Location: Portland, Oregon - (South Waterfront & Gabriel Park)
Job Type: Union Represented (AFSCME)
Functions/Duties of Position
This is a salaried position reporting to the Family Medicine Clinic Practice Manager. This position is responsible for the provision of specialized clinical and/or MTM services to patients in an ambulatory setting . This position is responsible for the direct clinical supervision of patients, and ensuring compliance with all legal, regulatory and institutional directives. This pharmacist will interact directly with patients, prescribers and care coordinators to develop an interdisciplinary approach to patient care. Additionally, the pharmacist will be responsible for the development and implementation of additional Specialty Pharmacy opportunities and will be expected to contribute to the financial viability of the program, department and institution.
This position will spend half time at South Waterfront and half time at Gabriel Park family Medicine Clinics.
The pharmacist will experience competing demands on his/her time from clinic staff and/or patients and will need to effectively multi-task and prioritize demands. The pharmacist must deal with intense situations on a daily basis. The expectation will be to provide patients, providers, and support staff with excellent customer service. Additionally, within the healthcare setting there can be a significant lack of control over the work pace, with frequent interruptions (work is often dictated by external factors) that may lead to mental fatigue or stress.
Pharm.D. or BS in Pharmacy with equivalent experience
Licensure in the State of Oregon
Advanced Pharmacy Practice Residency.
Community pharmacy practice experience and inpatient pharmacy practice experience
Pharmaceutical care principles
Disease related modification of drug therapy
Project management skills and experience in contemporary medication use systems
Strong interpersonal communication skills
Systematic problem solving skills
Ability to work independantly with minimal supervision
Patient interviewing and teaching skills
Excellent knowledge of third party payors and insurance billing guidelines of specialty medications
Computer skills including use of MS-Word, Excel and Access databases
Successfully completes initial and continued competencies as required for maintenance of standard of practice, legal regulatory compliance and OHSU policies
The pharmacist will experience competing demands from nurses, physicians, pharmacy staff and other healthcare professionals, as they attempt to influence clinical decision-making, clinical policies and practices and work flow
The pharmacist must deal with intense situations on a daily basis
In addition, within the healthcare setting there can be significant lack of control over the work pace, with frequent interruptions (work is often dictated by external factors) that may lead to mental fatigue or stress
Must be able to perform the essential functions of the position with or without accommodation
This candidate will need to function for long periods of time on a computer.
There will be intermittent standing, walking, stooping, crouching and talking and listening.
BCPS- OR- 5 years of equivalent experience
Experience in clinical and/or business program development
Direct patient care or medication therapy management experience
State of Oregon Preceptor License
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