Job Summary: The Medication Reconciliation Pharmacy Supervisor provides the administrative coordination and process oversight of the Advanced Clinical Pharmacist – Medication Reconciliation and Medication History Technicians.
The supervisor is responsible for day-to-day operations for home medication list and medication reconciliation program including:
- Assuring the safe, effective, evidence-based, and cost-effective selection and utilization of medications for the patients in which their team serves.
- Uses advanced knowledge, skills, and professional judgment in collaboration with other healthcare professionals through the transitions of care process.
- Adherence to all regulatory and medication safety guidelines are at the forefront of all actions and decisions made within the care process.
- Works directly with the certified pharmacy technician to review home medication lists to provide a streamlined medication reconciliation transition into the hospital.
- Cost-effective utilization of medications will be reviewed and drafted as part of the inpatient admission medication list and discharge medication list by the pharmacist.
- As needed, the pharmacist will provide recommendations and/or literature to prescribers supporting the use of formulary agent, as well as, education to clinicians and patients regarding medication management.
- Active member of one of the following hospital committees: P&T Committee or Medication Safety.
- Creating a patient and customer focused care delivery model.
- Attracting and developing a team of highly capable, committed staff through recruiting and interviewing candidates that have a passion for patients and customer centered care.
- Maintaining benchmark accountability metrics that equate to the success of the program.
- Shall practice the profession of pharmacy with the utmost code of ethics demonstrating the organization’s mission and values.
Required Education: Graduate of an accredited residency program B.S. or PharmD Degree from an accredited College of Pharmacy
Preferred Education: Hospital Pharmacy Management or advanced degree (e.g., MBA, MHA, MS)
Required License: An active license to practice in North Carolina, or eligible to become licensed in North Carolina within 60 days of hire
Preferred License: Specialty board certification preferred
Required Experience: Minimum of 1 year as a Pharmacy Clinical/Operations Specialist, completion of an accredited pharmacy residency program or 3 years hospital experience
Preferred Experience: Completion of PGY2 accredited pharmacy residency in internal medicine or ambulatory care