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Job: Owner, Independent Retail Pharmacy in Small Pacific NW Community

Location: Rural WA community

With a history that dates back to the early 20th century, this pharmacy is best known for consistently providing the highest quality, full service personal care to patients and customers with simple to complex prescription needs. As the only pharmacy in town, the owner is allowed to focus on providing quality care and service to patients and customers, without the distraction of competing marketing and promotional agendas. Located within the county seat of one of Washington State’s most beautiful rural counties, the community offers a wide array of outdoor and sporting activities, in addition to an impressive selection of cultural and arts resources. With an excellent income, affordable cost of living and low stress small town lifestyle, this is a rare opportunity for a licensed pharmacist to escape the stress of corporate pharmacy life or an RPh entrepreneur seeking to grow.

Pharmacy and Location Information:

  • Professional and well trained staff… Established professional relationships with customers and the medical community.
  • Strategically Located…Convenient, main street central business district location provides easy access for patients.
  • Solid, Increasing Profitability… Excellent income in a small town with low costs
  • Excellent Lifestyle Opportunity…Abundant opportunity for hunting, fishing, boating, snow sports, hiking, biking, golf and much more

To learn more, please contact Terry Coe, Business Advisor at Exit Equity, LLC by email (terry@exitequity.com) or phone (206) 851-0993).

Posted 11/02/2017

 


Clinical Pharmacy Programs Coordinator at Kaiser Permanente Washington (Renton)

Job Number: 172804

Kaiser Permanente Washington, headquartered in Seattle, Washington, provides and coordinates complete health care services for more than 650,000 members through 26 medical centers. Founded in 1947, Kaiser Permanente Washington existed for nearly 70 years as Group Health Cooperative, a regional nonprofit which gained national recognition for medical quality, disease prevention, and evidence-based treatments. Kaiser Permanente welcomed Group Health, its medical centers and members, into the Kaiser Permanente family in 2017 creating Kaiser Permanente’s eighth region. Kaiser Permanente of Washington is a total health organization comprising Kaiser Foundation Health Plan of Washington, and the Washington Permanente Medical Group, P.C., formerly Group Health Physicians, an independent medical group that features more than 1,000 physicians.

DESCRIPTION

This position will oversee clinical services in several specialty services, including Cardiology, other disease states as necessary, statewide for Kaiser Permanente Washington. The position will be based at our administrative offices in Renton (10 miles south of downtown Seattle).

Although this position is primarily clinical, it epitomizes the integrated nature that sets Kaiser Permanente Washington apart. It will involve clinical, operational and health plan components as necessary to be a trusted partner of our patients, our purchasers and our community. The Coordinator will have a leadership role in all aspects of the Kaiser Permanente system statewide, including responsibility and accountability for:

  1. Partnership with the relevant specialties at leadership levels on all aspects pertaining to relevant drugs.
  2. Management of Clinical Safety and medication issues relevant to specialties.
  3. Provide leadership for accountable clinical programs through development of tactics/approach, standard work/work flows and tools for clinical programs and strategies that have high operational complexity that are driven by patient/provider clinical interventions through clinical staff
  4. Monitor and provide oversight of process metrics and quality outcomes for clinical programs
  5. Provide support in writing evidence based drug monographs for individual drugs and drug classes in support of the Pharmacy and Therapeutics (P&T) Committee and its subcommittees as necessary
  6. Oversight of Medication Therapy Management (MTM) services for relevant specialties in conjunction with Pharmacy Administration.
  7. Coordination of programs to manage defined patient populations or disease states with complex medication-related issues, development and maintenance of Collaborative Drug Therapy Agreements, and training of other pharmacists in teaching classes, educational sessions or group visits where deemed appropriate.
  8. Provision of drug information as specialty expert to clinicians statewide, including partnership with Drug Information Services and Pharmacy Solution Center.
  9. Oversight of comprehensive clinical education plan for pharmacists and providers for relevant specialties, including partnership with (or consultation to) medical leaders providing Continuing Medical Education and Clinical Guideline Review.
  10. Precepting of students and residents as appropriate

QUALIFICATIONS

Experience

Minimum: 4-5 years of clinical managed care experience (or equivalent) related to utilization management and/or clinical/operational program development. Experience in med management for specialty disease states/medications and high risk populations.

Preferred: 6 years of experience in one or more relevant specialties or completion of a specialty residency. Experience in interacting with an interdisciplinary team including physicians, nurses, social workers, care management, etc; developing and providing education on relevant topics, and using evidence based medicine. Experience in managing patient populations and clinical operations preferred.

Knowledge

Minimum: Advanced skills in literature evaluation, program development for quality/affordability clinical programs and utilization management. Advanced proficiency with the Microsoft standard suite including Word, Excel and PowerPoint and Visio. Excellent verbal (including presentations) and written communication skills; project management skills, working with teams, problem solving skills, attention to detail and ability to innovate and apply forward thinking. Strong ability to understand and work with pharmacy claims data (and medical claims data preferred) to demonstrate clinical value of programs. Able to multi-task, organize multiple projects, collaborate effectively, lead teams and work with key thought leaders to accomplish desired results.

Preferred: Leadership experience; Project management skills, Academic detailing skills; Knowledge of managed care health systems; Familiarity with business intelligence and analytics; Knowledge of clinical and quality metrics (Medicare 5-star, HEDIS, PQA) Understanding of evidence-based medicine; Excellent customer service skills; Excellent current knowledge of medication therapy; Ability to prioritize workload effectively. May be required to travel to other Kaiser Permanente locations as needed.

Education

Minimum: Doctorate Degree 1) PharmD or equivalent and 2) Completion of PGY1 and PGY2 residencies (or equivalent).
Preferred: Specialty residency

Certification

Minimum: At time of hire, must have 1) Current Washington State Pharmacist License and 2) Current Board Certification (or equivalent)

Job Category: Pharmacy
Primary Location: WA – Seattle-Renton-GH Campus – Southeast
Schedule: Full-time Days of shift: Monday-Friday Hours of shift: Variable 7a-6p
Shift: Day Job; Bargaining unit:  WWA Admin Exempt (non-union); FTE:  1
Travel: No
Job level: Individual Contributor
Job type: Standard
Employee status: Regular; J2W code:  ADM1N

Posted 11/02/2017

 


Clinical Pharmacist at St Joseph Hospital (Eureka, CA)

Full-time position; 80 hours biweekly. 10-hour Evening shift.

FUNCTION:

A Pharmacist has completed an accredited Pharmacy school in the United States and/or possesses an active California Pharmacist License. The Pharmacy director acting as Pharmacist in Charge (PIC) and each Pharmacist will assume responsibility of the patient care functions that are governed by the Board of Pharmacy, DEA, and all regulatory state and federal agencies. A Pharmacist employs intellectual, interpersonal and technical skills through the utilization of pharmacy processes to provide expedient and exceptional patient care. The pharmacist functions as a vital member of the healthcare team through independent, interdependent and dependent roles within the healthcare system.  Provides age-appropriate care for infant, child, adolescent, adult, and geriatric patients.

SKILLS REQUIRED:

  • Reads and interprets documents such as safety rules, regulatory documents, operating and maintenance instructions, and procedure manuals.
  • Demonstrates proficient communication skills
  • Demonstrates proficient pharmaceutical calculations
  • Demonstrates problem solving ability
  • Time management
  • Professional Demeanor and interactions with all colleagues and patients.
  • Interpretation and understanding of patient specific medication orders
  • Demonstrate a high level of skill with computers and pharmacy software
  • Ability to maintain concentration despite a busy environment with distractions.
  • Accuracy when performing duties as a Pharmacist

JOB QUALIFICATIONS:

Education:

Graduate from an accredited school of pharmacy in the United States

Experience:

Two years Hospital pharmacy experience preferred. Completion of a 1 or 2 year Accredited ASHP residency program or Pharmacy Board certification preferred

Licensure:

Licensed as a California Pharmacist. BLS, ACLS and PALS required on hire or within the introductory/training period or no later than 120 days.

Additional Information:

National Geographic Traveler calls Humboldt County one of the world’s top ten great places while the USDA declares this area to be “America’s Most Scenic Rural County.”

It’s also home for St. Joseph Hospital, located in Eureka and serving the community since 1920. We’re a full-service, state-of-the-art facility with 145 licensed beds including a 15-bed Acute Rehab Unit.

Redwood Memorial Hospital is located in the Eel River Valley in the southern part of Humboldt County.
Redwood Memorial Hospital fosters a healing and welcoming environment by taking a holistic, patient-centered approach to medicine.

To learn more about our facilities and all Humboldt County has to offer, please visit: www.stjosepheureka.org

St. Joseph Hospital provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability or genetics. In addition to federal law requirements, St. Joseph Hospital complies with applicable state and local laws governing nondiscrimination in employment in every location in which the company has facilities.

This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including recruiting, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation and training.

Positions specified as “on call/per diem” refers to employment consisting of shifts scheduled on as “as needed basis” to fill in for staff vacancies.

Posted 10/9/2017