Pharmacist - Ambulatory Care
Company: MyMichigan Health
Posted on: August 4, 2022
Summary At MidMichigan Health, our purpose is Creating Healthy
Communities - Together. We invite you to apply and join our team!
- Provides clinical consultation and clarification to
practitioners. Collaborates with physicians, nurses, or otheroffice
healthcare professionals regarding drug information and appropriate
drug therapy. Collaborates routinely with practitioners regarding
medication therapy changes per current standards. Suggests
appropriate, costeffective therapeutic alternatives to medical
staff as needed. Assists physicians/office staff with any
medication questions, insurance issues, hospital followup visits,
medication reconciliation, refills, referrals, Annual Medicare
Wellness visits, etc. Provides accurate, adequate, and timely drug
information to professional staff.
- Provides drug information to patients and their families.
Provides education to patient regarding medications and disease
state. Clarifies any medication questions with any of the patient's
physicians/specialists when needed.
- Reads, extracts, and interprets information in patient charts
appropriately. Utilizes standard work while in patient visits and
during telephone calls. Documents all clinical activities and
interventions accurately and completely. REQUIRED CERTIFICATIONS
AND LICENSURE CSL PHARM- Controlled Substance PHARM- Pharmacist
REQUIRED EDUCATION Education: Bachelors Degree Preferred Education:
Completion of 6 year pharmacy degree EXPERIENCE, TRAINING AND
Pharmacists practicing at MidMichigan
Health under a Collaborative Drug Therapy Management Agreement
(CDTM) must satisfy all of the qualifications below:
Completion of a Pharm. D. degree and
current licensure in the State of Michigan required (active
professional and controlled substance licenses). Completion of a
Pharmacy Practice Residency accredited by the American Society of
Health System Pharmacists (ASHP) and/or Certification from the
Board of Pharmacy Specialties in a relevant specialty area (e.g.,
Ambulatory Care, Pharmacotherapy, Oncology). Completion of any
MidMichigan Health onsite training Training and competency
assessment of the pharmacist occurs at a minimum yearly or more
frequently, as determined by the Ambulatory Pharmacy Supervisor.
Quality assurance and review of services is completed at least
yearly by pharmacist and physicians. Any concerns shall be
immediately escalated to the Ambulatory Pharmacy Supervisor and
Pharmacy Director. Review the Collaborative Practice Agreement at
least annually by the physicians, in conjunction with the
pharmacist, and document the review. Basic knowledge of personal
computer. Analytical skills needed to interpret clinical data and
research drug information. Written and interpersonal skills needed
to communicate successfully with individuals and groups and
interact with people at all levels to communicate ideas and
concepts in a clear and understandable manner.
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