Using both operation and clinical management skills, the Pharmacy Manager for Ambulatory Specialty Clinics will coordinate the development, implementation and measurement of pharmacy services within the ambulatory clinic pharmacy team to improve medication use quality and safety, enhance patient care, improve patient experience, reduce readmission rates and contribute to the margin of the health system. The Pharmacy Manager for Ambulatory Specialty Clinics will oversee ambulatory clinic pharmacist roles in endocrine, geriatrics, rheumatology, pediatrics, and anticoagulation services.
Key Roles and Responsibilities:
a. Direct oversight for 4 pharmacist FTE in endocrinology, geriatrics, rheumatology, and pediatrics.
b. Develop and implement goal-oriented performance measures for existing clinic locations and develop expansion strategy in specialty clinics to support organizational population health goals.
c. Direct oversight of 26 FTE for clinic-based anticoagulation services across Northeast Ohio.
New business development in specialty clinics
Education of staff, residents, and pharmacy students
Preceptor (IPPE and APPE students, PGY1 Residents, HSPA Residents)
The Pharmacy Manager for Ambulatory Specialty Clinics will report to the Assistant Director of Pharmacy for Population Health and Transitions of Care.
Manages the daily operation of inpatient pharmacy services. Identifies, develops and implements innovative, systematic and timely solutions to improve quality.
Identifies customer needs and facilitates meeting those needs utilizing continuous process improvement techniques.
Identifies and proposes practical solutions to technical, professional, personnel or procedural problems affecting daily workflow.
Ensures that the department is adequately staffed with properly trained personnel.
Establishes work assignments and schedules.
Participates in the development of operational and clinical program activities.
Promotes and develops the clinical activities of pharmacy staff through counseling, training and teaching.
Trains and instructs employees as to their duties.
Coordinates orientation and training of new employees in job functions and responsibilities.
Monitors financials and other pertinent statistics.
Assists with evaluations of financial performance.
Maintains records of narcotics, poisons, and habit-forming drugs received in accordance with state and federal laws.
Other duties as assigned.
Complexity of Work:
Within the scope of the job, requires critical thinking skills, decisive judgment and the ability to work with minimal supervision.
Must be able to work in a stressful environment.
Physical demands include periods of standing and walking.
Dexterity sufficient to perform computer functions and communication via telephone.
May be required to lift and transport up to ten pounds.
Requires normal or corrected vision.
Personal Protective Equipment:
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