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Staff Pharmacist FT
CVS Health Retail
location-iconChestnut Hill MA

Summary:Health is everything. At CVS Health, colleagues are committed to increasing access, lowering costs and improving quality of care. Millions of times a day, we help people on their path to better health—from advising on prescriptions to helping manage chronic and specialty conditions.As a Staff Pharmacist, you have a critical role at the forefront of delivering our purpose, modeling our values, and demonstrating genuine, authentic care for our patients. In addition to supporting the Pharmacy Manager in leading and directing your Pharmacy Technician Support Staff, you are accountable for supporting the management, oversight and operation of all aspects within your pharmacy. This includes:Patient SafetyPharmacy Professional PracticeRegulatory RequirementsQuality AssuranceCustomer ServicePersonnel ManagementInventory ManagementFinancial ProfitabilityLoss PreventionWorkflow ManagementA key component of the Staff Pharmacist role is keeping your customers and patients healthy through adoption and management of patient care programs. Additionally, you will:Lead with Heart – display empathy and compassion for your patients, customers, caregivers and colleagues on your teamMotivate, inspire and develop your Pharmacy Support Staff by balancing assignments that maximize colleagues’ strengths, address development opportunities and decrease knowledge gapsIdentify critical business opportunities and contribute to the development of meaningful solutions to drive growth and improve performance in your pharmacySuccessfully implement those solutions by leading your team to achieve specified goalsAdapt to change and adjust plans to thrive in a dynamic community healthcare settingSeek new ways to grow, collaborate with others and deliver better outcomesAlign others around purpose to gain support and commitmentActively contribute to a ‘team’ culture that promotes caring, energy, enthusiasm and prideApply acquired knowledge to help drive healthy outcomes and differentiate CVS from competitorsThe above represents a summary of the functions of a Staff Pharmacist. Additional functions and physical requirements are available on the full job description.Pay RangeThe typical pay range for this role is:Minimum: 48.15Maximum: 74.45Please keep in mind that this range represents the pay range for all positions in the job grade within which this position falls. The actual salary offer will take into account a wide range of factors, including location.Required QualificationsMinimum Required QualificationsActive Pharmacy License in the state in which you are employedNot on the DEA Excluded Parties ListImmunization Certification through an accredited organization (e.g., APhA)No pending felony charges or convictions for criminal offenses involving controlled substancesPreferred Qualifications.EducationBachelor of Science in Pharmacy or Pharm. D. degreeBusiness OverviewBring your heart to CVS HealthEvery one of us at CVS Health shares a single, clear purpose: Bringing our heart to every moment of your health. This purpose guides our commitment to deliver enhanced human-centric health care for a rapidly changing world. Anchored in our brand — with heart at its center — our purpose sends a personal message that how we deliver our services is just as important as what we deliver.Our Heart At Work Behaviors™ support this purpose. We want everyone who works at CVS Health to feel empowered by the role they play in transforming our culture and accelerating our ability to innovate and deliver solutions to make health care more personal, convenient and affordable.We strive to promote and sustain a culture of diversity, inclusion and belonging every day.CVS Health is an affirmative action employer, and is an equal opportunity employer, as are the physician-owned businesses for which CVS Health provides management services. We do not discriminate in recruiting, hiring, promotion, or any other personnel action based on race, ethnicity, color, national origin, sex/gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, religion, age, disability, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by applicable federal, state, or local law.

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Staff Pharmacist PT
CVS Health Retail
location-iconWeymouth MA

Summary: Health is everything. At CVS Health, colleagues are committed to increasing access, lowering costs and improving quality of care. Millions of times a day, we help people on their path to better health—from advising on prescriptions to helping manage chronic and specialty conditions. As a Staff Pharmacist, you have a critical role at the forefront of delivering our purpose, modeling our values, and demonstrating genuine, authentic care for our patients. In addition to supporting the Pharmacy Manager in leading and directing your Pharmacy Technician Support Staff, you are accountable for supporting the management, oversight and operation of all aspects within your pharmacy. This includes: • Patient Safety • Pharmacy Professional Practice • Regulatory Requirements • Quality Assurance • Customer Service • Personnel Management • Inventory Management • Financial Profitability • Loss Prevention • Workflow Management A key component of the Staff Pharmacist role is keeping your customers and patients healthy through adoption and management of patient care programs. Additionally, you will: • Lead with Heart – display empathy and compassion for your patients, customers, caregivers and colleagues on your team • Motivate, inspire and develop your Pharmacy Support Staff by balancing assignments that maximize colleagues’ strengths, address development opportunities and decrease knowledge gaps • Identify critical business opportunities and contribute to the development of meaningful solutions to drive growth and improve performance in your pharmacy • Successfully implement those solutions by leading your team to achieve specified goals • Adapt to change and adjust plans to thrive in a dynamic community healthcare setting • Seek new ways to grow, collaborate with others and deliver better outcomes • Align others around purpose to gain support and commitment • Actively contribute to a ‘team’ culture that promotes caring, energy, enthusiasm and pride • Apply acquired knowledge to help drive healthy outcomes and differentiate CVS from competitors *The above represents a summary of the functions of a Staff Pharmacist. Additional functions and physical requirements are available on the full job description.Pay RangeThe typical pay range for this role is:Minimum: 48.15Maximum: 74.45Please keep in mind that this range represents the pay range for all positions in the job grade within which this position falls. The actual salary offer will take into account a wide range of factors, including location.Required QualificationsMinimum Required Qualifications: • Active Pharmacy License in the state in which you are employed • Not on the DEA Excluded Parties List • Immunization Certification through an accredited organization (i.e. APhA)* • Free of pending felony charges or convictions for criminal offenses involving controlled substancesPreferred Qualifications.EducationBachelor of Science in Pharmacy or Pharm. D. degreeBusiness OverviewBring your heart to CVS HealthEvery one of us at CVS Health shares a single, clear purpose: Bringing our heart to every moment of your health. This purpose guides our commitment to deliver enhanced human-centric health care for a rapidly changing world. Anchored in our brand — with heart at its center — our purpose sends a personal message that how we deliver our services is just as important as what we deliver.Our Heart At Work Behaviors™ support this purpose. We want everyone who works at CVS Health to feel empowered by the role they play in transforming our culture and accelerating our ability to innovate and deliver solutions to make health care more personal, convenient and affordable.We strive to promote and sustain a culture of diversity, inclusion and belonging every day.CVS Health is an affirmative action employer, and is an equal opportunity employer, as are the physician-owned businesses for which CVS Health provides management services. We do not discriminate in recruiting, hiring, promotion, or any other personnel action based on race, ethnicity, color, national origin, sex/gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, religion, age, disability, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by applicable federal, state, or local law.

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Staff Pharmacist FT
CVS Health Retail
location-iconNewton MA

Summary:Health is everything. At CVS Health, colleagues are committed to increasing access, lowering costs and improving quality of care. Millions of times a day, we help people on their path to better health—from advising on prescriptions to helping manage chronic and specialty conditions.As a Staff Pharmacist, you have a critical role at the forefront of delivering our purpose, modeling our values, and demonstrating genuine, authentic care for our patients. In addition to supporting the Pharmacy Manager in leading and directing your Pharmacy Technician Support Staff, you are accountable for supporting the management, oversight and operation of all aspects within your pharmacy. This includes:Patient SafetyPharmacy Professional PracticeRegulatory RequirementsQuality AssuranceCustomer ServicePersonnel ManagementInventory ManagementFinancial ProfitabilityLoss PreventionWorkflow ManagementA key component of the Staff Pharmacist role is keeping your customers and patients healthy through adoption and management of patient care programs. Additionally, you will:Lead with Heart – display empathy and compassion for your patients, customers, caregivers and colleagues on your teamMotivate, inspire and develop your Pharmacy Support Staff by balancing assignments that maximize colleagues’ strengths, address development opportunities and decrease knowledge gapsIdentify critical business opportunities and contribute to the development of meaningful solutions to drive growth and improve performance in your pharmacySuccessfully implement those solutions by leading your team to achieve specified goalsAdapt to change and adjust plans to thrive in a dynamic community healthcare settingSeek new ways to grow, collaborate with others and deliver better outcomesAlign others around purpose to gain support and commitmentActively contribute to a ‘team’ culture that promotes caring, energy, enthusiasm and prideApply acquired knowledge to help drive healthy outcomes and differentiate CVS from competitorsThe above represents a summary of the functions of a Staff Pharmacist. Additional functions and physical requirements are available on the full job description.Pay RangeThe typical pay range for this role is:Minimum: 48.15Maximum: 74.45Please keep in mind that this range represents the pay range for all positions in the job grade within which this position falls. The actual salary offer will take into account a wide range of factors, including location.Required QualificationsMinimum Required QualificationsActive Pharmacy License in the state in which you are employedNot on the DEA Excluded Parties ListImmunization Certification through an accredited organization (e.g., APhA)No pending felony charges or convictions for criminal offenses involving controlled substancesPreferred Qualifications.EducationBachelor of Science in Pharmacy or Pharm. D. degreeBusiness OverviewBring your heart to CVS HealthEvery one of us at CVS Health shares a single, clear purpose: Bringing our heart to every moment of your health. This purpose guides our commitment to deliver enhanced human-centric health care for a rapidly changing world. Anchored in our brand — with heart at its center — our purpose sends a personal message that how we deliver our services is just as important as what we deliver.Our Heart At Work Behaviors™ support this purpose. We want everyone who works at CVS Health to feel empowered by the role they play in transforming our culture and accelerating our ability to innovate and deliver solutions to make health care more personal, convenient and affordable.We strive to promote and sustain a culture of diversity, inclusion and belonging every day.CVS Health is an affirmative action employer, and is an equal opportunity employer, as are the physician-owned businesses for which CVS Health provides management services. We do not discriminate in recruiting, hiring, promotion, or any other personnel action based on race, ethnicity, color, national origin, sex/gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, religion, age, disability, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by applicable federal, state, or local law.

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Staff Pharmacist PT
CVS Health Retail
location-iconBrockton MA

Summary: Health is everything. At CVS Health, colleagues are committed to increasing access, lowering costs and improving quality of care. Millions of times a day, we help people on their path to better health—from advising on prescriptions to helping manage chronic and specialty conditions. As a Staff Pharmacist, you have a critical role at the forefront of delivering our purpose, modeling our values, and demonstrating genuine, authentic care for our patients. In addition to supporting the Pharmacy Manager in leading and directing your Pharmacy Technician Support Staff, you are accountable for supporting the management, oversight and operation of all aspects within your pharmacy. This includes: • Patient Safety • Pharmacy Professional Practice • Regulatory Requirements • Quality Assurance • Customer Service • Personnel Management • Inventory Management • Financial Profitability • Loss Prevention • Workflow Management A key component of the Staff Pharmacist role is keeping your customers and patients healthy through adoption and management of patient care programs. Additionally, you will: • Lead with Heart – display empathy and compassion for your patients, customers, caregivers and colleagues on your team • Motivate, inspire and develop your Pharmacy Support Staff by balancing assignments that maximize colleagues’ strengths, address development opportunities and decrease knowledge gaps • Identify critical business opportunities and contribute to the development of meaningful solutions to drive growth and improve performance in your pharmacy • Successfully implement those solutions by leading your team to achieve specified goals • Adapt to change and adjust plans to thrive in a dynamic community healthcare setting • Seek new ways to grow, collaborate with others and deliver better outcomes • Align others around purpose to gain support and commitment • Actively contribute to a ‘team’ culture that promotes caring, energy, enthusiasm and pride • Apply acquired knowledge to help drive healthy outcomes and differentiate CVS from competitors *The above represents a summary of the functions of a Staff Pharmacist. Additional functions and physical requirements are available on the full job description.Pay RangeThe typical pay range for this role is:Minimum: 48.15Maximum: 74.45Please keep in mind that this range represents the pay range for all positions in the job grade within which this position falls. The actual salary offer will take into account a wide range of factors, including location.Required QualificationsMinimum Required Qualifications: • Active Pharmacy License in the state in which you are employed • Not on the DEA Excluded Parties List • Immunization Certification through an accredited organization (i.e. APhA)* • Free of pending felony charges or convictions for criminal offenses involving controlled substancesPreferred Qualifications.EducationBachelor of Science in Pharmacy or Pharm. D. degreeBusiness OverviewBring your heart to CVS HealthEvery one of us at CVS Health shares a single, clear purpose: Bringing our heart to every moment of your health. This purpose guides our commitment to deliver enhanced human-centric health care for a rapidly changing world. Anchored in our brand — with heart at its center — our purpose sends a personal message that how we deliver our services is just as important as what we deliver.Our Heart At Work Behaviors™ support this purpose. We want everyone who works at CVS Health to feel empowered by the role they play in transforming our culture and accelerating our ability to innovate and deliver solutions to make health care more personal, convenient and affordable.We strive to promote and sustain a culture of diversity, inclusion and belonging every day.CVS Health is an affirmative action employer, and is an equal opportunity employer, as are the physician-owned businesses for which CVS Health provides management services. We do not discriminate in recruiting, hiring, promotion, or any other personnel action based on race, ethnicity, color, national origin, sex/gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, religion, age, disability, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by applicable federal, state, or local law.

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Staff Pharmacist PT
CVS Health Retail
location-iconHanover MA

Summary: Health is everything. At CVS Health, colleagues are committed to increasing access, lowering costs and improving quality of care. Millions of times a day, we help people on their path to better health—from advising on prescriptions to helping manage chronic and specialty conditions. As a Staff Pharmacist, you have a critical role at the forefront of delivering our purpose, modeling our values, and demonstrating genuine, authentic care for our patients. In addition to supporting the Pharmacy Manager in leading and directing your Pharmacy Technician Support Staff, you are accountable for supporting the management, oversight and operation of all aspects within your pharmacy. This includes: • Patient Safety • Pharmacy Professional Practice • Regulatory Requirements • Quality Assurance • Customer Service • Personnel Management • Inventory Management • Financial Profitability • Loss Prevention • Workflow Management A key component of the Staff Pharmacist role is keeping your customers and patients healthy through adoption and management of patient care programs. Additionally, you will: • Lead with Heart – display empathy and compassion for your patients, customers, caregivers and colleagues on your team • Motivate, inspire and develop your Pharmacy Support Staff by balancing assignments that maximize colleagues’ strengths, address development opportunities and decrease knowledge gaps • Identify critical business opportunities and contribute to the development of meaningful solutions to drive growth and improve performance in your pharmacy • Successfully implement those solutions by leading your team to achieve specified goals • Adapt to change and adjust plans to thrive in a dynamic community healthcare setting • Seek new ways to grow, collaborate with others and deliver better outcomes • Align others around purpose to gain support and commitment • Actively contribute to a ‘team’ culture that promotes caring, energy, enthusiasm and pride • Apply acquired knowledge to help drive healthy outcomes and differentiate CVS from competitors *The above represents a summary of the functions of a Staff Pharmacist. Additional functions and physical requirements are available on the full job description.Pay RangeThe typical pay range for this role is:Minimum: 48.15Maximum: 74.45Please keep in mind that this range represents the pay range for all positions in the job grade within which this position falls. The actual salary offer will take into account a wide range of factors, including location.Required QualificationsMinimum Required Qualifications: • Active Pharmacy License in the state in which you are employed • Not on the DEA Excluded Parties List • Immunization Certification through an accredited organization (i.e. APhA)* • Free of pending felony charges or convictions for criminal offenses involving controlled substancesPreferred Qualifications.EducationBachelor of Science in Pharmacy or Pharm. D. degreeBusiness OverviewBring your heart to CVS HealthEvery one of us at CVS Health shares a single, clear purpose: Bringing our heart to every moment of your health. This purpose guides our commitment to deliver enhanced human-centric health care for a rapidly changing world. Anchored in our brand — with heart at its center — our purpose sends a personal message that how we deliver our services is just as important as what we deliver.Our Heart At Work Behaviors™ support this purpose. We want everyone who works at CVS Health to feel empowered by the role they play in transforming our culture and accelerating our ability to innovate and deliver solutions to make health care more personal, convenient and affordable.We strive to promote and sustain a culture of diversity, inclusion and belonging every day.CVS Health is an affirmative action employer, and is an equal opportunity employer, as are the physician-owned businesses for which CVS Health provides management services. We do not discriminate in recruiting, hiring, promotion, or any other personnel action based on race, ethnicity, color, national origin, sex/gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, religion, age, disability, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by applicable federal, state, or local law.

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Staff Pharmacist Floater PT
CVS Health Retail
location-iconHanover MA

Summary: Health is everything. At CVS Health, colleagues are committed to increasing access, lowering costs and improving quality of care. Millions of times a day, we help people on their path to better health—from advising on prescriptions to helping manage chronic and specialty conditions. As a Staff Pharmacist, you have a critical role at the forefront of delivering our purpose, modeling our values, and demonstrating genuine, authentic care for our patients. In addition to supporting the Pharmacy Manager in leading and directing your Pharmacy Technician Support Staff, you are accountable for supporting the management, oversight and operation of all aspects within your pharmacy. This includes:Patient SafetyPharmacy Professional PracticeRegulatory RequirementsQuality AssuranceCustomer ServicePersonnel ManagementInventory ManagementFinancial ProfitabilityLoss PreventionWorkflow ManagementA key component of the Staff Pharmacist role is keeping your customers and patients healthy through adoption and management of patient care programs. Additionally, you will:Lead with Heart – display empathy and compassion for your patients, customers, caregivers and colleagues on your teamMotivate, inspire and develop your Pharmacy Support Staff by balancing assignments that maximize colleagues’ strengths, address development opportunities and decrease knowledge gapsIdentify critical business opportunities and contribute to the development of meaningful solutions to drive growth and improve performance in your pharmacySuccessfully implement those solutions by leading your team to achieve specified goalsAdapt to change and adjust plans to thrive in a dynamic community healthcare settingSeek new ways to grow, collaborate with others and deliver better outcomesAlign others around purpose to gain support and commitmentActively contribute to a ‘team’ culture that promotes caring, energy, enthusiasm and prideApply acquired knowledge to help drive healthy outcomes and differentiate CVS from competitorsThe above represents a summary of the functions of a Staff Pharmacist. Additional functions and physical requirements are available on the full job description.Pay RangeThe typical pay range for this role is:Minimum: 48.15Maximum: 74.45Please keep in mind that this range represents the pay range for all positions in the job grade within which this position falls. The actual salary offer will take into account a wide range of factors, including location.Required QualificationsMinimum Required Qualifications:Active Pharmacy License in the state in which you are employedNot on the DEA Excluded Parties ListImmunization Certification through an accredited organization (i.e. APhA)*Free of pending felony charges or convictions for criminal offenses involving controlled substancesPreferred Qualifications.EducationBachelor of Science in Pharmacy or Pharm. D. degreeBusiness OverviewBring your heart to CVS HealthEvery one of us at CVS Health shares a single, clear purpose: Bringing our heart to every moment of your health. This purpose guides our commitment to deliver enhanced human-centric health care for a rapidly changing world. Anchored in our brand — with heart at its center — our purpose sends a personal message that how we deliver our services is just as important as what we deliver.Our Heart At Work Behaviors™ support this purpose. We want everyone who works at CVS Health to feel empowered by the role they play in transforming our culture and accelerating our ability to innovate and deliver solutions to make health care more personal, convenient and affordable.We strive to promote and sustain a culture of diversity, inclusion and belonging every day.CVS Health is an affirmative action employer, and is an equal opportunity employer, as are the physician-owned businesses for which CVS Health provides management services. We do not discriminate in recruiting, hiring, promotion, or any other personnel action based on race, ethnicity, color, national origin, sex/gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, religion, age, disability, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by applicable federal, state, or local law.

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Inpatient Staff Pharmacist - Nights - 36 hours per week
Cambridge Health Alliance
location-iconEverett MA

Location: CHA Everett Hospital Work Days: Fri-Sat-Sun 7p-7:30am Category: Pharmacy Department: InPt Pharmacy Operations at EH Job Type: Part time Work Shift: Night Hours/Week: 36.00 Union: Yes Union Name: MNA Health Care Professionals EHDEPARTMENT DESCRIPTION:Are you looking for a career change within the expanding Inpatient Pharmacy Department at CHA Everett Hospital? Are you looking for an opportunity to provide top-quality pharmaceutical care while maintaining a balanced quality of life? CHA Everett Hospital is looking for motivated pharmacists looking to join and grow with our inpatient pharmacy team. The night shift Pharmacist is scheduled Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 7pm-7:30am.At Cambridge Health Alliance (CHA), the inpatient pharmacy has the best of both worlds - an innovative academic environment in a community hospital setting. The inpatient pharmacy at Cambridge Health Alliance (CHA) is a dynamic department with cutting edge clinical services and state of the art automation and technology. We utilize EPIC for our Electronic Health Record (EHR), Pyxis technology for dispensing and have bedside bar-coding implemented in all inpatient areas. All of the services we provide are performed with a focus on optimizing clinical outcomes and patient safety, increasing patient satisfaction and improving the financial sustainability of the organization.The Staff Pharmacists at CHA have much more than a traditional distributive role. Our pharmacists operate with collaborative practice agreements in place to carry out approved drug therapy protocols. The Staff Pharmacists spend time outside the pharmacy participating in multidisciplinary rounds (MDR) and providing education to patients prior to discharge. The inpatient pharmacy team of pharmacists, technicians and interns work under the direction of the inpatient pharmacy manager to ensure safe medication dispensing, compounding and distribution.Job Purpose: Under the general supervision of the Manager, Inpatient Pharmacy, and within established organizational and departmental policies and procedures, the Staff Pharmacist is responsible for providing pharmaceutical care in an institutional practice setting. Primary, essential job functions involve ensuring rational drug therapy through a focus on drug compounding / distribution. Must be willing / able to support the clinical pharmacy activities as required. A commitment to patient safety, customer satisfaction, efficient / effective use of resources, teamwork, innovation, and performance improvement is requiredQualifications/Requirements:1.Graduate of an accredited college/university with a B.S. in Pharmacy or a Pharm.D. degree is required.2.Completion of an ASHP-accredited pharmacy residency and/or Board Certification is desirable but not requiredLicensure: Must have a current license in good standing from the Massachusetts Board of Registration in Pharmacy or be eligible for licensure in MA. If a new graduate, employment is contingent on receiving a license from the Massachusetts Board of Registration in Pharmacy. Work Experience: Minimum of one years of experience as a hospital pharmacist is preferred but not required. New pharmacists are welcome and encouraged to apply. In keeping with federal, state and local laws, Cambridge Health Alliance (CHA) policy forbids employees and associates to discriminate against anyone based on race, religion, color, gender, age, marital status, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, veteran status, disability or any other characteristic protected by law. We are committed to establishing and maintaining a workplace free of discrimination. We are fully committed to equal employment opportunity. We will not tolerate unlawful discrimination in the recruitment, hiring, termination, promotion, salary treatment or any other condition of employment or career development. Furthermore, we will not tolerate the use of discriminatory slurs, or other remarks, jokes or conduct, that in the judgment of CHA, encourage or permit an offensive or hostile work environment.

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Inpatient Staff Pharmacist - Nights - 36 hours per week
Cambridge Health Alliance
location-iconEverett MA

Location: CHA Everett HospitalWork Days: Fri-Sat-Sun 7p-7:30amCategory: PharmacyDepartment: InPt Pharmacy Operations at EHJob Type: Part timeWork Shift: NightHours/Week: 36.00Union: YesUnion Name: MNA Health Care Professionals EHDEPARTMENT DESCRIPTION:Are you looking for a career change within the expanding Inpatient Pharmacy Department at CHA Everett Hospital? Are you looking for an opportunity to provide top-quality pharmaceutical care while maintaining a balanced quality of life? CHA Everett Hospital is looking for motivated pharmacists looking to join and grow with our inpatient pharmacy team. The night shift Pharmacist is scheduled Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 7pm-7:30am.At Cambridge Health Alliance (CHA), the inpatient pharmacy has the best of both worlds - an innovative academic environment in a community hospital setting. The inpatient pharmacy at Cambridge Health Alliance (CHA) is a dynamic department with cutting edge clinical services and state of the art automation and technology. We utilize EPIC for our Electronic Health Record (EHR), Pyxis technology for dispensing and have bedside bar-coding implemented in all inpatient areas. All of the services we provide are performed with a focus on optimizing clinical outcomes and patient safety, increasing patient satisfaction and improving the financial sustainability of the organization.The Staff Pharmacists at CHA have much more than a traditional distributive role. Our pharmacists operate with collaborative practice agreements in place to carry out approved drug therapy protocols. The Staff Pharmacists spend time outside the pharmacy participating in multidisciplinary rounds (MDR) and providing education to patients prior to discharge. The inpatient pharmacy team of pharmacists, technicians and interns work under the direction of the inpatient pharmacy manager to ensure safe medication dispensing, compounding and distribution.Job Purpose: Under the general supervision of the Manager, Inpatient Pharmacy, and within established organizational and departmental policies and procedures, the Staff Pharmacist is responsible for providing pharmaceutical care in an institutional practice setting. Primary, essential job functions involve ensuring rational drug therapy through a focus on drug compounding / distribution. Must be willing / able to support the clinical pharmacy activities as required. A commitment to patient safety, customer satisfaction, efficient / effective use of resources, teamwork, innovation, and performance improvement is requiredQualifications/Requirements:1.Graduate of an accredited college/university with a B.S. in Pharmacy or a Pharm.D. degree is required.2.Completion of an ASHP-accredited pharmacy residency and/or Board Certification is desirable but not requiredLicensure: Must have a current license in good standing from the Massachusetts Board of Registration in Pharmacy or be eligible for licensure in MA. If a new graduate, employment is contingent on receiving a license from the Massachusetts Board of Registration in Pharmacy.Work Experience: Minimum of one years of experience as a hospital pharmacist is preferred but not required. New pharmacists are welcome and encouraged to apply.In keeping with federal, state and local laws, Cambridge Health Alliance (CHA) policy forbids employees and associates to discriminate against anyone based on race, religion, color, gender, age, marital status, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, veteran status, disability or any other characteristic protected by law. We are committed to establishing and maintaining a workplace free of discrimination. We are fully committed to equal employment opportunity. We will not tolerate unlawful discrimination in the recruitment, hiring, termination, promotion, salary treatment or any other condition of employment or career development. Furthermore, we will not tolerate the use of discriminatory slurs, or other remarks, jokes or conduct, that in the judgment of CHA, encourage or permit an offensive or hostile work environment.

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Clinical Pharmacist - Cardiology Inpatient Care - Pharmacy
Tufts Medical Center
location-iconBoston MA

Company DescriptionIt takes a lot of very smart, hard-working and talented people to provide the level of care that we give to our patients. Tufts Medical Center is an internationally respected academic medical center and we pride ourselves not only on the sophistication of the care we deliver, but the compassionate way in which we provide it. And that starts with our employees!Job DescriptionGeneral Description and GoalsThis clinical pharmacist collaborates with pharmacists, physicians, nurses, and other providers to ensure safe, effective and economical drug therapy, particularly in patients who are admitted to an inpatient Cardiology service. The pharmacist will maintain a broad-based practice that integrates operational oversight, at-the-bedside clinical services, and teaching. This clinical pharmacist will mostly work the day shift (approximately 7:00 AM – 3:30 PM), will work one week of evenings every 5-6 weeks (approximately 2:30 PM – 11:00 PM) and a weekend rotation (no more than every 3rd weekend).Responsibilities IncludeReview and approve all medication orders and provide timely responses to drug therapy questions for patients admitted to the adult Cardiology service and other internal medicine servicesCreate and implement therapeutic drug monitoring plans and provide follow-up for medication related issues remaining from previous shiftsConduct medication histories and reconcile patients’ admission medication ordersReconcile discharge medication therapy plans and provide patient education for specific patientsRespond to medical emergencies (e.g., adult Code Blue, Stroke Code, Sepsis Alert, etc.)Educate and serve as a preceptor to pharmacy students, PGY1 residents, and PGY2 residents Educate pharmacists, nurses, and staff and resident physicians about medications and treatment protocolsClinical pharmacists (CP) at Tufts Medical Center work closely with other health practitioners to meet the various needs of our patients. They improve the health of patients by providing pharmaceutical care to individual patients and by serving as a resource to physicians, nurses, and other health professionals. Clinical pharmacists provide leadership by facilitating the development, implementation, and maintenance of hospital and departmental systems that promote desirable patient outcomes. They educate students, interns, residents, nurses and patients and they participate in drug therapy research. Pharmacists review and approve medication orders, monitor drug therapies, and provide drug information. Pharmacists supervise and direct support personnel. In the absence of the pharmacy manager, a clinical pharmacy specialist may be required to assume the essential responsibilities and perform the duties of the pharmacy manager.PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND FUNCTIONS:Education, Training and DevelopmentProvide continuing education for the Tufts Medical Center professional staffs (e.g., pharmacists, physicians, nurses).Serve as preceptor for co-operative education students and pharmacy interns.Serve as a co-preceptor for Doctor of Pharmacy students.Educate other health care providers by publishing drug information articles in the pharmacy newsletter.Policy and Procedure Development and MaintenanceIdentify the need for, and create new policies and procedures.Formulary Review and MaintenanceParticipate in periodic reviews of therapeutic classes of drugs and present findings to the Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee and others.Prepare and present to the appropriate committees evidence-based reviews of drugs requested for formulary addition.Initiate and facilitate completion of drug use evaluations.Guideline Development and ImplementationParticipate in the development and implementation of treatment guidelines, protocols and clinical pathways.Monitor compliance with treatment guidelines, protocols and clinical pathways and present findings to the appropriate committees.Ensure Optimal Drug TherapyParticipate in the development of departmental drug-specific and population-specific initiatives.Detect and report medication errors and adverse drug reactions in a timely manner.Provide clinical consultation to physicians, nurses and pharmacists.Provide accurate, adequate and timely drug information to Tufts Medical Center professional staff.Conduct medication history interviews, reconcile patients’ medication therapies and provide drug information to patients and their families.Document in the medical record patient evaluations and recommendations, medication reconciliation and medication histories.Document pharmacist interventions according to established policies.Drug Cost ManagementIdentify changes in drug usage (volume and patterns) based on published literature and Tufts Medical Center practices.Department of Pharmacy Operational SupportCollaborate with other pharmacists to provide service to every patient covered by a pharmacist team. This includes weekend, holiday, evening, night and on-call coverage as described in departmental policies and procedures.Department of Pharmacy Quality ProgramsParticipate by gathering and reporting data from one or more than one of the following Department of Pharmacy Quality Programs that relate to:PeopleClinical excellenceOperational excellenceFinancial performance and growthSafety and qualityResearchQualificationsClinical pharmacists must be able to work independently with minimal direct supervision. They must be able to handle frequent interruptions and adapt to changes in workload and work schedule. They must be able to set priorities, make critical decisions, and respond quickly to emergency requests. Clinical pharmacists must be able to provide a high level of service to patients in a specialty practice.To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to execute each duty satisfactorily and be able to use various computer systems proficiently. The candidate must be able to communicate effectively in English (orally and in writing).CREDENTIALS:The successful candidate must be a graduate of an accredited college or university with a BS in pharmacy or a PharmD degree. The ideal candidate has a Doctor of Pharmacy degree, has completed a PGY1 Pharmacy Residency and a PGY2 residency in cardiology pharmacy. Candidates without formal postgraduate training should have at least three years of practice experience in the acute care / cardiology setting.LICENSURE:Licensed to practice pharmacy in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts or eligibility.WORK SCHEDULE:Full-time employment is 40 hours per week. Includes evenings, nights, weekends, and holidays as necessary.This clinical pharmacist will mostly work the day shift (approximately 7:00 AM – 3:30 PM), will work one week of evenings every 5-6 weeks (approximately 2:30 PM – 11:00 PM) and a weekend rotation (no more than every 3rd weekend).WORKING CONDITIONS:Repetitive use of hand and fingers.May required lifting and carrying light loads, including boxes, equipment, and stooping or kneelingMust be able to physically operate equipment used for the job.Additional InformationAll your information will be kept confidential according to EEO guidelines.AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES STATEMENT:Must be able to perform all essential functions of this position with reasonable accommodation if disabled.The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed. They are not intended to be construed, as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills required of personnel so classified. Tufts Medical Center reserves the right to modify position duties at any time, to reflect process improvements and business necessity.COVID-19 POLICY:Please note that effective October 1, 2021, as a condition of employment at Tufts Medical Center, all employees and new hires must have received their complete dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, unless they have been granted an exemption.

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Clinical Pharmacist - Critical Care - Pharmacy
Tufts Medical Center
location-iconBoston MA

Company DescriptionIt takes a lot of very smart, hard-working and talented people to provide the level of care that we give to our patients. Tufts Medical Center is an internationally respected academic medical center and we pride ourselves not only on the sophistication of the care we deliver, but the compassionate way in which we provide it. And that starts with our employees!Job DescriptionGeneral Description and GoalsThis clinical pharmacist collaborates with pharmacists, physicians, nurses, and other providers to ensure safe, effective and economical drug therapy, particularly in patients who are admitted to an adult intensive care unit. The pharmacist will maintain a broad-based practice that integrates operational oversight, at-the-bedside clinical services, and teaching. This clinical pharmacy specialist will work mostly day shifts (e.g., 7:00 AM – 3:30 PM), including a weekend rotation that may include evenings.The pharmacist will: Review and approve all medication orders and provide timely responses to drug therapy questions for patients admitted to adult ICUs and if applicable, assigned step-down unitsCreate and implement therapeutic drug monitoring plans and provide follow-up for medication related issuesConduct medication histories, reconcile patients’ admission medication orders and document in the EMRReconcile discharge medication therapy plans and provide patient education for specific patients (e.g., patients to be transferred to long-term care facilities, patients discharged following an ischemic or hemorrhagic stroke, etc.) Obtain a handoff from and consult with other Tufts Medicine pharmacists while accepting responsibility for the care of critically ill patients transferred within the Tufts Medicine systemRespond to medical emergencies (e.g., adult Code Blue, Stroke Code, etc.)Educate and serve as a preceptor to pharmacy students, PGY1 residents, and PGY2 residentsEducate pharmacists, nurses, advanced practice providers, resident physicians and attendings about medications and treatment protocols used to care for critically ill patientsClinical pharmacists (CP) at Tufts Medical Center work closely with other health practitioners to meet the various needs of our patients. They improve the health of patients by providing pharmaceutical care to individual patients and by serving as a resource to physicians, nurses, and other health professionals. Clinical pharmacists provide leadership by facilitating the development, implementation, and maintenance of hospital and departmental systems that promote desirable patient outcomes. They educate students, interns, residents, nurses and patients and they participate in drug therapy research. Pharmacists review and approve medication orders, monitor drug therapies, and provide drug information. Pharmacists supervise and direct support personnel. In the absence of the pharmacy manager, a clinical pharmacy specialist may be required to assume the essential responsibilities and perform the duties of the pharmacy manager.PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND FUNCTIONS:Education, Training and DevelopmentProvide continuing education for the Tufts Medical Center professional staffs (e.g., pharmacists, physicians, nurses).Serve as preceptor for co-operative education students and pharmacy interns.Serve as a co-preceptor for Doctor of Pharmacy students.Educate other health care providers by publishing drug information articles in the pharmacy newsletter.Policy and Procedure Development and MaintenanceIdentify the need for, and create new policies and procedures.Formulary Review and MaintenanceParticipate in periodic reviews of therapeutic classes of drugs and present findings to the Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee and others.Prepare and present to the appropriate committees evidence-based reviews of drugs requested for formulary addition.Initiate and facilitate completion of drug use evaluations.Guideline Development and ImplementationParticipate in the development and implementation of treatment guidelines, protocols and clinical pathways.Monitor compliance with treatment guidelines, protocols and clinical pathways and present findings to the appropriate committees.Ensure Optimal Drug TherapyParticipate in the development of departmental drug-specific and population-specific initiatives.Detect and report medication errors and adverse drug reactions in a timely manner.Provide clinical consultation to physicians, nurses and pharmacists.Provide accurate, adequate and timely drug information to Tufts Medical Center professional staff.Conduct medication history interviews, reconcile patients’ medication therapies and provide drug information to patients and their families.Document in the medical record patient evaluations and recommendations, medication reconciliation and medication histories.Document pharmacist interventions according to established policies.Drug Cost ManagementIdentify changes in drug usage (volume and patterns) based on published literature and Tufts Medical Center practices.Department of Pharmacy Operational SupportCollaborate with other pharmacists to provide service to every patient covered by a pharmacist team. This includes weekend, holiday, evening, night and on-call coverage as described in departmental policies and procedures.Department of Pharmacy Quality ProgramsParticipate by gathering and reporting data from one or more than one of the following Department of Pharmacy Quality Programs that relate to:PeopleClinical excellenceOperational excellenceFinancial performance and growthSafety and qualityResearchQualificationsClinical pharmacists must be able to work independently with minimal direct supervision. They must be able to handle frequent interruptions and adapt to changes in workload and work schedule. They must be able to set priorities, make critical decisions, and respond quickly to emergency requests. Clinical pharmacists must be able to provide a high level of service to patients in a specialty practice.To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to execute each duty satisfactorily and be able to use various computer systems proficiently. The candidate must be able to communicate effectively in English (orally and in writing).CREDENTIALS:Must be a graduate of an accredited college or university with a BS in Pharmacy or a PharmD degree. The ideal candidate has a Doctor of Pharmacy degree and has completed a PGY2 residency in critical care or emergency medicine or has equivalent experience in critical care practice. Board certification is not required but is encouraged.LICENSURE:Licensed to practice pharmacy in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts or eligibility.WORK SCHEDULE:Part-time employment is 24 hours per week. Includes evenings, nights, weekends, and holidays as necessary.WORKING CONDITIONS:Repetitive use of hand and fingers.May required lifting and carrying light loads, including boxes, equipment, and stooping or kneelingMust be able to physically operate equipment used for the job.Additional InformationAll your information will be kept confidential according to EEO guidelines.AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES STATEMENT:Must be able to perform all essential functions of this position with reasonable accommodation if disabled.The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed. They are not intended to be construed, as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills required of personnel so classified. Tufts Medical Center reserves the right to modify position duties at any time, to reflect process improvements and business necessity.COVID-19 POLICY:Please note that effective October 1, 2021, as a condition of employment at Tufts Medical Center, all employees and new hires must have received their complete dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, unless they have been granted an exemption.

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Clinical Pharmacist - Fulfillment/Adherence Management Program - Retail Pharmacy - Pharmacy
Tufts Medical Center
location-iconBoston MA

Company DescriptionIt takes a lot of very smart, hard-working and talented people to provide the level of care that we give to our patients. Tufts Medical Center is an internationally respected academic medical center and we pride ourselves not only on the sophistication of the care we deliver, but the compassionate way in which we provide it. And that starts with our employees!Job DescriptionClinical pharmacists (CP) at Tufts Medical Center work closely with other health practitioners to meet the various needs of our patients. They improve the health of patients by providing pharmaceutical care to individual patients and by serving as a resource to physicians, nurses, and other health professionals. Clinical pharmacists provide leadership by facilitating the development, implementation, and maintenance of hospital and departmental systems that promote desirable patient outcomes. They educate students, interns, residents, nurses and patients and they participate in drug therapy research. Pharmacists review and approve medication orders, monitor drug therapies, and provide drug information. Pharmacists supervise and direct support personnel. In the absence of the pharmacy manager, a clinical pharmacy specialist may be required to assume the essential responsibilities and perform the duties of the pharmacy manager.PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND FUNCTIONS:Education, Training and DevelopmentProvide continuing education for the Tufts Medical Center professional staffs (e.g., pharmacists, physicians, nurses).Serve as preceptor for co-operative education students and pharmacy interns.Serve as a co-preceptor for Doctor of Pharmacy students.Educate other health care providers by publishing drug information articles in the pharmacy newsletter.Policy and Procedure Development and MaintenanceIdentify the need for, and create new policies and procedures.Formulary Review and MaintenanceParticipate in periodic reviews of therapeutic classes of drugs and present findings to the Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee and others.Prepare and present to the appropriate committees evidence-based reviews of drugs requested for formulary addition.Initiate and facilitate completion of drug use evaluations.Guideline Development and ImplementationParticipate in the development and implementation of treatment guidelines, protocols and clinical pathways.Monitor compliance with treatment guidelines, protocols and clinical pathways and present findings to the appropriate committees.Ensure Optimal Drug TherapyParticipate in the development of departmental drug-specific and population-specific initiatives.Detect and report medication errors and adverse drug reactions in a timely manner.Provide clinical consultation to physicians, nurses and pharmacists.Provide accurate, adequate and timely drug information to Tufts Medical Center professional staff.Conduct medication history interviews, reconcile patients medication therapies and provide drug information to patients and their families.Document in the medical record patient evaluations and recommendations, medication reconciliation and medication histories.Document pharmacist interventions according to established policies.Drug Cost ManagementIdentify changes in drug usage (volume and patterns) based on published literature and Tufts Medical Center practices.Department of Pharmacy Operational SupportCollaborate with other pharmacists to provide service to every patient covered by a pharmacist team. This includes weekend, holiday, evening, night and on-call coverage as described in departmental policies and procedures.Department of Pharmacy Quality ProgramsParticipate by gathering and reporting data from one or more than one of the following Department of Pharmacy Quality Programs that relate to:PeopleClinical excellenceOperational excellenceFinancial performance and growthSafety and qualityResearchQualificationsClinical pharmacists must be able to work independently with minimal direct supervision. They must be able to handle frequent interruptions and adapt to changes in workload and work schedule. They must be able to set priorities, make critical decisions, and respond quickly to emergency requests. Clinical pharmacists must be able to provide a high level of service to patients in a specialty practice.To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to execute each duty satisfactorily and be able to use various computer systems proficiently. The candidate must be able to communicate effectively in English (orally and in writing).CREDENTIALS: Must be a graduate of an accredited college or university with a BS in Pharmacy or a PharmD degree. The ideal candidate has a Doctor of Pharmacy degree and has two years of related practice experience. Board certification is not required but is encouraged.LICENSURE: Licensed to practice pharmacy in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts or eligibility.WORK SCHEDULE: Full-time employment is 40 hours per week. Includes evenings, nights, weekends, and holidays as necessary.WORKING CONDITIONS:Repetitive use of hand and fingers.May required lifting and carrying light loads, including boxes, equipment, and stooping or kneelingMust be able to physically operate equipment used for the job.Additional InformationAll your information will be kept confidential according to EEO guidelines. AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES STATEMENT:Must be able to perform all essential functions of this position with reasonable accommodation if disabled.The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed. They are not intended to be construed, as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills required of personnel so classified. Tufts Medical Center reserves the right to modify position duties at any time, to reflect process improvements and business necessity. COVID-19 POLICY:Please note that effective October 1, 2021, as a condition of employment at Tufts Medical Center, all employees and new hires must have received their complete dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, unless they have been granted an exemption.

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Pharmacist-in-Charge Community Health Center
Boston Medical Center
location-iconBoston MA

POSITION SUMMARY:Under the supervision of and in collaboration with the Manager Community Health Center (CHC) Operations, and in compliance with state, federal, and departmental policies & procedures/guidelines; is responsible for the day-to-day operational management of the assigned Community Health Center pharmacy location. The CHC Pharmacist-in-Charge is responsible for all aspects of the CHC pharmacy including; oversight of staff, ensuring set procedures to dispense prescription medications in a safe and accurate manner is followed by all, meeting defined targeted goals set forth, ensuring compliance with the laws/regulations, and maintaining quality improvement initiatives that are consistent with Boston Medical Center's standards. The CHC PIC will ensure a work environment where team members are valued, heard, and respected.Position: Pharmacist-in-Charge Community Health CenterDepartment: Codman Square PharmacySchedule: Full TimeESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES / DUTIES:Works to establish and implement best practice processes and procedures relating to the safe and accurate dispensing of prescriptions.Ensures compliance with said processes and procedures by all working within the pharmacy department.Has knowledge of and ensures compliance with all state and federal rules/regulation relating to the practice of pharmacy.In all activities comply with accreditation, legal, regulatory, and safety requirements.Supervise CHC pharmacy staff including pharmacists and pharmacy technicians as assigned.Create staffing schedules and ensure that appropriate staffing ratios are maintained at all times.Collaborates with Manager of CHC's on interviewing, conducting orientation, training, disciplining, preparing annual performance reviews.Performs all duties/responsibilities as a pharmacist within staffing schedule; e.g. prescription transcription, order entry, quality checks on prescriptions for correct dosage, drug interactions, provides consultation to patients as requested, etc.Responsible for the accurate record documentation and maintaining compliance with state/federal guidelines relating to the handling and final disposition of narcotics and other restricted drugs.Contact physicians and pharmacy benefit providers as necessary to process prescriptions.Identify cost savings, improvement opportunities, and implement improvements.Provide a professional and patient confidential environment.Provides drug education and counseling to patients.Conforms to CHC standards of performance so that the best possible customer service and patient care will be provided.Attends and participates in departmental staff development conferences or other activities related to staff development.Maintains own professional and specialized competency through continued education. Meets Boston Medical Center standards in the following areas:Provides a professional and confidential environment at all timesConforms to Boston Medical Center standards of performance and conduct, including those pertaining to patient rights, so that the best possible customer service and patient care may be provided.Utilizes Boston Medical Center's Values as the basis for decision-making and to facilitate the division's CHC mission.Follows established CHC infection control and safety proceduresDevelops competencies as related to position.Performs other tasks as needed.Must adhere to all of BMC's RESPECT behavioral standards.(The above statements in this job description are intended to depict the general nature and level of work assigned to the employee(s) in this job. The above is not intended to represent an exhaustive list of accountable duties and responsibilities required).JOB REQUIREMENTSEDUCATION:Work requires a Bachelor's Degree in Pharmacy from an accredited college of pharmacy.Advanced degree (e.g. PharmD, M.S. or MBA) required unless relevant experience exceeds 15 years.CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS REQUIRED:Work requires licensure to practice pharmacy in the State of Massachusetts.EXPERIENCE:Requires one to three years related pharmacy supervisory/management experience.KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS:Work requires a comprehensive understanding of the procedures, systems, and equipment used by pharmacists and technicians in the retail pharmacy environment as well as a high level of proficiency in performing pharmacist's duties and responsibilities.Work requires analytical ability, organizational and personal management skills and focus to ensure the concerted approach to CHC retail pharmacy operations.Must also be able to evaluate current pharmacy services and procedures to improve them through an evaluative process.Effectively communicate and display leadership within and outside of the department.Practice experience working with as well as revising and/or implementing information systems.Excellent interpersonal and telephone communication skills.Professional in conduct and appearance Proficient with standard software used in healthcare office setting (i.e. MS Word, Excel, web browser, etc.)Req id: 25258

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Clinical Pharmacist
Cardinal Health
location-iconJamaica Plain MA

Your safety is our top priority. We regularly consult with medical professionals on best practices in COVID-19 prevention to protect our employees. We train our employees on these best practices and regularly clean our sites in accordance with CDC guidelines. Please note: All individuals entering our facilities are required to complete a self-health check, wear a mask and follow all posted guidelines.With over 45 years of experience in helping hundreds of hospital and outpatient pharmacies, we provide access to best practice strategies and tactics to control costs, improve workflow and enhance safety. Cardinal Health Innovative Delivery Solutions is one of the largest employers of acute-care pharmacist in the United States. Cardinal Health is the employer of choice for pharmacists because we offer a variety of career opportunities in pharmacy leadership, clinical specialties, remote order entry, business management, medication therapy management and more.Clinical pharmacist in a 250 plus bed teaching hospital in Boston, MA servicing a variety of patient populations. This pharmacist will work closely with medical staff to ensure safe, effective, and appropriate drug therapy. Along with supporting daily operational responsibilities that include, but are not limited to order verification, inventory management, and medication dispensing.AccountabilitiesReviews, processes and monitors patient medication orders to evaluate the appropriateness of use, dosage form, route of administration, regiment compliance, therapeutic duplication, drug interactions, adverse reactions and age appropriateness.Participate in multi-disciplinary rounds for a variety of patient populations.Checks technician prepared or prepares for dispensing all medications for patient specific use.Assists with drug procurement and inventory maintenance.Assists with precepting experiential education students from Schools of Pharmacy.Reviews non-formulary requests and prepares formulary reviews as needed for Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee.Participates in performance improvement activities using evidence bases practice. Implements clinical initiatives (therapeutic interchange, renal dosing, ADR reporting) with regard to efficacy, safety, and cost effectiveness.Participates in Drug Utilization Evaluation program, Quality Improvement projects and prepares summary reports.Provide subject matter expertise to medical residents and medical staff.Performs other related duties as assigned or requested by the Director of Pharmacy.Demonstrates respect and regard for the dignity of all patients, families, visitors, and fellow employees to ensure a professional, responsible, and courteous environment.QualificationsGraduate of accredited School of Pharmacy; Bachelor of Science or Doctor of Pharmacy degree required.Must be a “good standing” licensed Pharmacist in the state of Massachusetts.Hospital pharmacy experience strongly preferred.Completion of an ASHP-accredited PGY1 Pharmacy Residency strongly preferred.Flexibility to work various shifts.Ability to hear, write, and speak clearly in order to communicate with customers and health care professionals.Strong customer service skills.Computer savvy to learn and perform successful operation of multiple pharmacy information systems.A Covid-19 vaccination or a legitimate accommodation is required in order to be employed in this position. Covid-19 vaccination includes:2 doses of the Moderna or Pfizer vaccine1 dose of the Johnson & Johnson vaccinePlease Note: vaccines may be required for the position subject to federal, state and/or customer requirements.Cardinal Health is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, ancestry, age, physical or mental disability, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity/expression, pregnancy, veteran status, marital status, creed, status with regard to public assistance, genetic status or any other status protected by federal, state or local law.

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Clinical Pharmacy Specialist - Cancer Center
Tufts Medical Center
location-iconBoston MA

Company DescriptionIt takes a lot of very smart, hard-working and talented people to provide the level of care that we give to our patients. Tufts Medical Center is an internationally respected academic medical center and we pride ourselves not only on the sophistication of the care we deliver, but the compassionate way in which we provide it. And that starts with our employees.Job DescriptionThis clinical pharmacist is a member of the Department of Pharmacy with a primary focus of providing comprehensive pharmacy services for the patients of the Cancer Center at Tufts Medical Center. This pharmacist will serve as a subject matter expert within the Department of Pharmacy and liaison with Hematology/Oncology/TCT (hematopoietic transplant and cellular therapy) multidisciplinary team members to ensure optimal patient care. The individual in this role will provide leadership for implementing and maintaining relevant medication policies, guidelines, protocols and standard operating procedures within the interprofessional team model. This specialist will be responsible for maintaining a broad-based practice in hematology, oncology and TCT medicine while educating all Tufts Medical Center pharmacists, pharmacy residents, and pharmacy students about the care of patients affected by these conditions.Responsibilities include:Provide pharmacotherapy presence in hematology, oncology & TCT inpatient services and the outpatient infusion center.Contribute to the growth of pharmacy services with the Cancer Center interprofessional modelServe as pharmacy representative on the Cancer Care P&T Committee and complete the associated responsibilitiesServe in coordinator role for the Department of Pharmacy for the cancer care portion of the electronic medical recordPrecept pharmacy PGY1 and PGY2 pharmacy residents, and pharmacy students as appropriateServe as liaison between the Investigational Drug Service, the Investigational Review Board and the Cancer CenterMeet annual FACT accreditation for TCT pharmacistClinical pharmacy specialists (CPS) at Tufts Medical Center work closely with other health practitioners to meet the various needs of our patients. They improve the health of patients by providing pharmaceutical care to individual patients and by serving as a resource to physicians, nurses, and other health professionals. Clinical pharmacy specialists provide leadership by facilitating the development, implementation, and maintenance of hospital and departmental systems that promote desirable patient outcomes. They educate students, interns, residents, nurses and patients and they participate in drug therapy research. Pharmacists review and approve medication orders, monitor drug therapies, and provide drug information. Pharmacists supervise and direct support personnel. In the absence of the pharmacy manager, a clinical pharmacy specialist may be required to assume the essential responsibilities and perform the duties of the pharmacy manager.PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND FUNCTIONS:LeadershipActively participate in a Tufts Medical Center multidisciplinary committee.Present at state and national professional meetings.Publish in a refereed journal.Maintain an adjunct faculty appointment at a school of pharmacy.Education, Training and DevelopmentParticipate in the professional development of clinical pharmacy specialists and clinical pharmacists.Provide continuing education for the Tufts Medical Center professional staffs (e.g., pharmacists, physicians, nurses).Serve as preceptor for PGY1 pharmacy residents, co-operative education students and pharmacy interns.Serve as a preceptor for Doctor of Pharmacy students.Policy and Procedure Development and MaintenanceCoordinate review of policies and procedures related to clinical practiceIdentify the need for, and create new policies and procedures.Formulary Review and MaintenanceParticipate in periodic reviews of therapeutic classes of drugs and present findings to the Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee and others.Prepare and present to the appropriate committees evidence-based reviews of drugs requested for formulary addition.Initiate and facilitate completion of drug use evaluations.Guideline Development and ImplementationParticipate in the development and implementation of treatment guidelines, protocols and clinical pathways.Monitor compliance with treatment guidelines, protocols and clinical pathways and present findings to the appropriate committees.Ensure Optimal Drug TherapyParticipate in multidisciplinary patient care rounds as pharmacy staffing permits.Participate in the development of departmental drug-specific and population-specific initiatives.Detect and report medication errors and adverse drug reactions in a timely manner.Provide clinical consultation to physicians, nurses and pharmacists.Provide accurate, adequate and timely drug information to Tufts Medical Center professional staff.Conduct medication history interviews, reconcile patients’ medication therapies and provide drug information to patients and their families.Document in the medical record patient evaluations and recommendations, medication reconciliation and medication histories.Document pharmacist interventions according to established policies.Drug Cost ManagementIdentify changes in drug usage (volume and patterns) based on published literature and Tufts Medical Center practices.Department of Pharmacy Operational SupportCollaborate with other pharmacists to provide service to every patient covered by a pharmacist team. This includes weekend, holiday, evening, night and on-call coverage as described in departmental policies and procedures.Department of Pharmacy Quality ProgramsDesign and coordinate at least one Department of Pharmacy Quality Program.Participate by gathering and reporting data from one or more than one of the following Department of Pharmacy Quality Programs that relate to:PeopleClinical excellenceOperational excellenceFinancial performance and growthSafety and qualityResearchQualificationsJOB REQUIREMENTS:Clinical pharmacy specialists must be able to work independently with minimal direct supervision. They must be able to handle frequent interruptions and adapt to changes in workload and work schedule. They must be able to set priorities, make critical decisions, and respond quickly to emergency requests. Clinical pharmacy specialists must be able to provide a high level of service to patients in a specialty practice.To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to execute each duty satisfactorily and be able to use various computer systems proficiently. The candidate must be able to communicate effectively in English (orally and in writing).CREDENTIALS:Must be a graduate of an accredited college or university with a BS in Pharmacy or a PharmD degree. The ideal candidate has a Doctor of Pharmacy degree, has completed a general pharmacy practice residency and has two years of related practice experience. Board certification is not required but is encouraged. Candidates with a PharmD or a BS in Pharmacy without formal postgraduate training should have at least three years related practice experience.LICENSURE:Licensed to practice pharmacy in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts or eligibility.WORK SCHEDULE:Full-time employment is 40 hours per week. Includes evenings, nights, weekends, and holidays as necessary.WORKING CONDITIONS:Repetitive use of hands and fingers (e.g. use of computer keyboardMay require lifting and carrying light loads, including boxes, equipment and stooping or kneeling.Sitting, walking or standing for long periods of time is often necessary.Must be able to physically operate equipment used for the job.THE PROCEEDING DATA ARE INTENDED TO CONVEY INFORMATION ESSENTIAL TO MAKING FAIR PAY DECISIONS ABOUT THE JOB, AND ARE NOT EXHAUSTIVE LISTS OF THE SKILLS, EFFORTS, DUTIES, RESPONSIBLITIES OR WORKING CONDITIONS ASSOCIATED WITH IT.Additional InformationAll your information will be kept confidential according to EEO guidelines.AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES STATEMENT:Must be able to perform all essential functions of this position with reasonable accommodation if disabled.The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed. They are not intended to be construed, as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills required of personnel so classified. Tufts Medical Center reserves the right to modify position duties at any time, to reflect process improvements and business necessity.COVID-19 POLICY:Please note that effective October 1, 2021, as a condition of employment at Tufts Medical Center, all employees and new hires must have received their complete dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, unless they have been granted an exemption.

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Clinical Pharmacy Specialist - Dermatology
Tufts Medical Center
location-iconBoston MA

Company DescriptionIt takes a lot of very smart, hard-working and talented people to provide the level of care that we give to our patients. Tufts Medical Center is an internationally respected academic medical center and we pride ourselves not only on the sophistication of the care we deliver, but the compassionate way in which we provide it. And that starts with our employees.Job DescriptionClinical pharmacy specialists (CPS) at Tufts Medical Center work closely with other health practitioners to meet the various needs of our patients. They improve the health of patients by providing pharmaceutical care to individual patients and by serving as a resource to physicians, nurses, and other health professionals. Clinical pharmacy specialists provide leadership by facilitating the development, implementation, and maintenance of hospital and departmental systems that promote desirable patient outcomes. They educate students, interns, residents, nurses and patients and they participate in drug therapy research. Pharmacists review and approve medication orders, monitor drug therapies, and provide drug information. Pharmacists supervise and direct support personnel. In the absence of the pharmacy manager, a clinical pharmacy specialist may be required to assume the essential responsibilities and perform the duties of the pharmacy manager.PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND FUNCTIONS:LeadershipActively participate in a Tufts Medical Center multidisciplinary committee.Present at state and national professional meetings.Publish in a refereed journal.Maintain an adjunct faculty appointment at a school of pharmacy.Education, Training and DevelopmentParticipate in the professional development of clinical pharmacy specialists and clinical pharmacists.Provide continuing education for the Tufts Medical Center professional staffs (e.g., pharmacists, physicians, nurses).Serve as preceptor for PGY1 pharmacy residents, co-operative education students and pharmacy interns.Serve as a preceptor for Doctor of Pharmacy students.Policy and Procedure Development and MaintenanceCoordinate review of policies and procedures related to clinical practiceIdentify the need for, and create new policies and procedures.Formulary Review and MaintenanceParticipate in periodic reviews of therapeutic classes of drugs and present findings to the Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee and others.Prepare and present to the appropriate committees evidence-based reviews of drugs requested for formulary addition.Initiate and facilitate completion of drug use evaluations.Guideline Development and ImplementationParticipate in the development and implementation of treatment guidelines, protocols and clinical pathways.Monitor compliance with treatment guidelines, protocols and clinical pathways and present findings to the appropriate committees.Ensure Optimal Drug TherapyParticipate in multidisciplinary patient care rounds as pharmacy staffing permits.Participate in the development of departmental drug-specific and population-specific initiatives.Detect and report medication errors and adverse drug reactions in a timely manner.Provide clinical consultation to physicians, nurses and pharmacists.Provide accurate, adequate and timely drug information to Tufts Medical Center professional staff.Conduct medication history interviews, reconcile patients medication therapies and provide drug information to patients and their families.Document in the medical record patient evaluations and recommendations, medication reconciliation and medication histories.Document pharmacist interventions according to established policies.Drug Cost ManagementIdentify changes in drug usage (volume and patterns) based on published literature and Tufts Medical Center practices.Department of Pharmacy Operational SupportCollaborate with other pharmacists to provide service to every patient covered by a pharmacist team. This includes weekend, holiday, evening, night and on-call coverage as described in departmental policies and procedures.Department of Pharmacy Quality ProgramsDesign and coordinate at least one Department of Pharmacy Quality Program.Participate by gathering and reporting data from one or more than one of the following Department of Pharmacy Quality Programs that relate to:PeopleClinical excellenceOperational excellenceFinancial performance and growthSafety and qualityResearchQualificationsJOB REQUIREMENTS:Clinical pharmacy specialists must be able to work independently with minimal direct supervision. They must be able to handle frequent interruptions and adapt to changes in workload and work schedule. They must be able to set priorities, make critical decisions, and respond quickly to emergency requests. Clinical pharmacy specialists must be able to provide a high level of service to patients in a specialty practice.To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to execute each duty satisfactorily and be able to use various computer systems proficiently. The candidate must be able to communicate effectively in English (orally and in writing).CREDENTIALS:Must be a graduate of an accredited college or university with a BS in Pharmacy or a PharmD degree. The ideal candidate has a Doctor of Pharmacy degree, has completed a general pharmacy practice residency and has two years of related practice experience. Board certification is not required but is encouraged. Candidates with a PharmD or a BS in Pharmacy without formal postgraduate training should have at least three years related practice experience.LICENSURE:Licensed to practice pharmacy in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts or eligibility.WORK SCHEDULE:Full-time employment is 40 hours per week. Includes evenings, nights, weekends, and holidays as necessary.WORKING CONDITIONS:Repetitive use of hands and fingers (e.g. use of computer keyboardMay require lifting and carrying light loads, including boxes, equipment and stooping or kneeling.Sitting, walking or standing for long periods of time is often necessary.Must be able to physically operate equipment used for the job. THE PROCEEDING DATA ARE INTENDED TO CONVEY INFORMATION ESSENTIAL TO MAKING FAIR PAY DECISIONS ABOUT THE JOB, AND ARE NOT EXHAUSTIVE LISTS OF THE SKILLS, EFFORTS, DUTIES, RESPONSIBLITIES OR WORKING CONDITIONS ASSOCIATED WITH IT.Additional InformationAll your information will be kept confidential according to EEO guidelines. AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES STATEMENT:Must be able to perform all essential functions of this position with reasonable accommodation if disabled.The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed. They are not intended to be construed, as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills required of personnel so classified. Tufts Medical Center reserves the right to modify position duties at any time, to reflect process improvements and business necessity. COVID-19 POLICY:Please note that effective October 1, 2021, as a condition of employment at Tufts Medical Center, all employees and new hires must have received their complete dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, unless they have been granted an exemption.

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Pharmacy Intern Inpatient
Boston Medical Center
location-iconBoston MA

POSITION SUMMARY:This position is part of a progressive program for pharmacy interns that scales with each year of their curriculum. The first two years will be spent supporting the Department of Pharmacy's operations. The third year will be spent obtaining admission medication histories alongside our pharmacists and existing medication reconciliation technicians. The final year, the intern will serve as a "pharmacist extender" providing clinical and cognitive support services to the pharmacists.ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES / DUTIES:All professional yearsProvides exemplary customer service to Boston Medical Center staff and patientsDelivers exceptional care to patients with empathy and respectMaintains the confidentiality of all designated hospital and patient information at all timesConforms to Boston Medical Center's standards of conduct so that the best possible customer service and patient care experience is provided:Conducts interpersonal relationships with patients, visitors, physicians and fellow employees in a courteous and customer friendly mannerTakes corrective action to improve performance on problem areasFollows established hospital infection control and safety proceduresUtilizes hospital's behavioral standards as the basis for decision making and to support the hospital's mission and goalsPerforms other related tasks as needed/as assignedResponsible for the creation and maintenance of a healthy work environment. A healthy work environment is one where people feel supported, held accountable, where standards are applied and expectations are clear. A healthy work environment is one where leadership supports and leads, models behavioral standards and sets the example for how to do all things right. Critical responsibilities related to this:Being engaged in the department, including managing up, owning team decisions, and communicating and supporting departmental and or organizational initiatives.Hold self and others to the highest ethical standards, and act with honor above all.Professional Year 1Performs all activities to support medication preparation and distribution in and from central pharmacyReceives medication deliveries into inventoryPerforms cycle counts and stock rotationsRepackages medications into unit-of-use packagingOperates pharmacy automation devices: medication carousels, automated dispensing cabinets, repackaging devicesDelivers and returns medications from/to central pharmacyLoads, refills, outdates, destocks and unloads automated dispensing cabinetsResponds to nursing messages for medication replenishmentProfessional Year 2Performs all functions of a Professional Year 1 internCompounds non-sterile and sterile, non-hazardous and hazardous medicationsPerforms all activities to support medication preparation and distribution in patient care areas (e.g. operating rooms, neonatal & pediatric units)Manages controlled substance inventoriesReceives orders into inventoryDispenses medications to automated dispensing machinesPerforms cycle counts of controlled substance inventoryReviews reports of inventory movements and reconciles any discrepanciesProfessional Year 3Performs all functions of a Professional Year 2 internObtains medication histories on all assigned patients during scheduled shiftsPerforms patient and/or caregiver interviews to obtain dose and frequency of current medications including prescriptions, over-the-counter medications, and herbal supplementsCalls outpatient pharmacies or other healthcare facilities to confirm medication regimens or investigate discrepancies when necessaryCommunicates medication-related issues to all appropriate health care professionalsWrites formal notes in the electronic medical record where appropriate, documenting the findings of the medication historyProvide support to the operations of the central pharmacy as needed (e.g. ownership for patient own medication process, etc.)Professional Year 4Performs all functions of a Professional Year 3 internServes as a "pharmacist extender" and works collaboratively with pharmacists to provide exceptional patient careProvides medication teaching to patientsPrepares assigned pharmacy-to-dose consults for review by a pharmacist (e.g. vancomycin, aminoglycoside, renal dose adjustments, IV to PO, erythropoietin stimulating agents)Reviews all assigned patients for optimization of their pharmacotherapyProvides pharmacotherapy recommendations to the medical team where appropriateObtains medication histories on all assigned patients during scheduled shiftsPerforms patient and/or caregiver interviews to obtain dose and frequency of current medications including prescriptions, over-the-counter medications, and herbal supplementsCalls outpatient pharmacies or other healthcare facilities to confirm medication regimens or investigate discrepancies when necessaryCommunicates medication-related issues to all appropriate health care professionalsWrites formal notes in the electronic medical record where appropriate, documenting the findings of the medication historyProvide support to the operations of the central pharmacy as needed (e.g. checks kits, checks other products, etc.)Completes any other task(s) assigned by the pharmacist to support their workMust adhere to all of BMC's RESPECT behavioral standards.(The above statements in this job description are intended to depict the general nature and level of work assigned to the employee(s) in this job. The above is not intended to represent an exhaustive list of accountable duties and responsibilities required).EDUCATION:Requires a high school diploma and must be enrolled at an accredited school of pharmacyCERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS REQUIRED:Pharmacy intern license or eligible for a pharmacy intern license in the Commonwealth of MassachusettsEXPERIENCE:Previous pharmacy work experience is preferred, but not required.KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS:Excellent English communication skills (spoken and written). Must be able to read, interpret and convey complicated verbal and written instruction with precision, accuracy and dependability. Additional language skills are helpful.Ability to work independently to accomplish assigned daily tasks to expectation, consistently, and on-timeExceptional attention to detail and accuracyEffective and strong interpersonal skills to interact appropriately with nursing staff, patients, families/visitors, physicians, colleagues, and other hospital staffAbility to multi-task, prioritize essential tasks and meet deadlinesBasic computer proficiency including ability to enter, and interpret computerized data/information. Familiarity with Epic is desirable.Must maintain the required level of competency to perform the essential duties and responsibilitiesReq id: 25232

Full Time
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Clinical Pharmacist- Inpatient
Boston Medical Center
location-iconBoston MA

POSITION SUMMARY:Under the direction of the Central Team Leader and Manager for Clinical services, ensures optimum patient outcomes related to medication use by preventing or resolving drug-related problems and coordinating the acquisition, distribution and control of all drug therapy to patients under the care of the pharmacist.Position: Clinical PharmacistDepartment: Inpatient PharmacySchedule: Part Time, Rotate Day/Evening/NightESSENTIAL DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:Ensures all drugs and medications are handled in the manner established by the Pharmacy and Therapeutics (P & T) Committee.Monitors drug therapy by direct patient contact, chart review, reviews applicable laboratory data to identify drug-related problems or to prevent drug-related toxicity.Specific aspects of drug therapy evaluated include: clinical indication for drug prescribed, appropriate dose and route of administration for indication and organ function, absence of therapeutic duplication, screening allergy history and current medications, use of formulary drugs or less costly drugs when possible.Evaluates pharmacokinetics (drug effects) and assesses drug or nutrient interactions.Collaborates with Clinical Specialists, Physicians and other medical staff on drug therapies and regimens.Reviews and approves medication orders, and participates in daily rounds with the medical team.Enters physicians' orders into the inpatient pharmacy system.Provides timey and accurate drug information to patient, nursing and medical staffAdjusts dosages for proper renal function, and accordingly to the age and weight of the patient, etc.Conducts interventions on IV to PO conversion, and therapeutic interchange, as needed.Assures accurate and timely acquisition, distribution and control of all medications, including investigational drugs.Maintains all protocols and policies related to restricted drugs and narcotics.Ensures assessment and interventions of patients is systematic, complete, timely and documented according to standards (timely, legible)Supervises the activities of supportive personnel including student interns and technicians.Responsible for checking all medication and sterile products prior to dispensing and Pyxis refill deliveries.Assists in the orientation and training of pharmacy residents, students and technicians, as well as newly hired pharmacists.Conducts at least two in-service education programs to nurses or physicians at Boston medical Center.Develops goals for each fiscal year in conjunction with the manager(s).Works on accomplishing goals throughout the year.Participates in the Adverse Drug Reaction (ADR) Reporting Program, Drug Use Evaluation (DUE) Program, etc.Participates in departmental and hospital-wide quality assurance activities.Takes corrective action to improve performance on problem areas.Ensures compliance with standards and regulations from federal, state and local governments, as well as other regulatory bodies such as The Joint Commission.Resolves patient complaints emanating from areas of responsibility.Ensures that all significant patient complaints are reported promptly to the Patient Advocate or Director of Quality Improvement.Maintains own professional and specialized competencies, including the following:Assumes responsibility for participating in experiences necessary to ensure appropriate skill development and training.Maintains and displays appropriate knowledge of developments in the field through continuing education, reviewing pertinent literature and/or by attending professional meetings.Attends and participates in hospital and other management training and development workshops.Follows all department policy and procedure, to include:Ensures that all staff attend mandatory BMC training sessions, receive annual TB testing, etc.Maintains all designated hospital information confidential at all times.Conforms to hospital standards of performance and conduct, including those pertaining to patient rights, so that the best possible customer service and patient care may be provided.Utilizes hospital's Values as the basis for decision making and to facilitate the hospital mission.Follows established hospital infection control and safety procedures.JOB REQUIREMENTS:Education:PharmD degree (or Bachelor's plus 2 years hospital pharmacy experience).Certificates, Licenses, Registration Required:Work requires licensure to practice pharmacy in the state of Massachusetts, or eligibility to become fully licensed within 45 days from date of hire.Experience:Prior hospital pharmacy experience preferred but not required.Knowledge and Skills:Work requires a comprehensive understanding of the procedures, systems, and equipment used by pharmacists and technicians in the pharmacy as well as a high level of proficiency in performing pharmacist's duties and responsibilities.Work requires a high level of analytical ability, organizational and personal management skill and focus to ensure the concerted approach to operations.Practice experience working with as well as revising and/or implementing information systems.Excellent interpersonal and telephone communication skills.Professional in conduct and demeanor.Proficient with standard software used in a pharmacy office setting (i.e. MS Word, Excel, pharmacy systems, web browsers, etc.)Req id: 23928

Full Time
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Pharmacist – Immunization Support - Full Time
CVS Health Retail
location-iconBoston MA

Summary: Health is everything. At CVS Health, colleagues are committed to increasing access, lowering costs and improving quality of care. Millions of times a day, we help people on their path to better health—from advising on prescriptions to helping manage chronic and specialty conditions. As a Staff Pharmacist, you have a critical role at the forefront of delivering our purpose, modeling our values, and demonstrating genuine, authentic care for our patients. In addition to supporting the Pharmacy Manager in leading and directing your Pharmacy Technician Support Staff, you are accountable for supporting the management, oversight and operation of all aspects within your pharmacy. This includes: • Patient Safety • Pharmacy Professional Practice • Regulatory Requirements • Quality Assurance • Customer Service • Personnel Management • Inventory Management • Financial Profitability • Loss Prevention • Workflow Management A key component of the Staff Pharmacist role is keeping your customers and patients healthy through adoption and management of patient care programs. Additionally, you will: • Lead with Heart – display empathy and compassion for your patients, customers, caregivers and colleagues on your team • Motivate, inspire and develop your Pharmacy Support Staff by balancing assignments that maximize colleagues’ strengths, address development opportunities and decrease knowledge gaps • Identify critical business opportunities and contribute to the development of meaningful solutions to drive growth and improve performance in your pharmacy • Successfully implement those solutions by leading your team to achieve specified goals • Adapt to change and adjust plans to thrive in a dynamic community healthcare setting • Seek new ways to grow, collaborate with others and deliver better outcomes • Align others around purpose to gain support and commitment • Actively contribute to a ‘team’ culture that promotes caring, energy, enthusiasm and pride • Apply acquired knowledge to help drive healthy outcomes and differentiate CVS from competitors *The above represents a summary of the functions of a Staff Pharmacist. Additional functions and physical requirements are available on the full job description.Pay RangeThe typical pay range for this role is:Minimum: 48.15Maximum: 74.45Please keep in mind that this range represents the pay range for all positions in the job grade within which this position falls. The actual salary offer will take into account a wide range of factors, including location.Required QualificationsMinimum Required Qualifications: • Active Pharmacy License in the state in which you are employed • Not on the DEA Excluded Parties List • Immunization Certification through an accredited organization (i.e. APhA)* • Free of pending felony charges or convictions for criminal offenses involving controlled substancesPreferred Qualifications.EducationBachelor of Science in Pharmacy or Pharm. D. degreeBusiness OverviewBring your heart to CVS HealthEvery one of us at CVS Health shares a single, clear purpose: Bringing our heart to every moment of your health. This purpose guides our commitment to deliver enhanced human-centric health care for a rapidly changing world. Anchored in our brand — with heart at its center — our purpose sends a personal message that how we deliver our services is just as important as what we deliver.Our Heart At Work Behaviors™ support this purpose. We want everyone who works at CVS Health to feel empowered by the role they play in transforming our culture and accelerating our ability to innovate and deliver solutions to make health care more personal, convenient and affordable.We strive to promote and sustain a culture of diversity, inclusion and belonging every day.CVS Health is an affirmative action employer, and is an equal opportunity employer, as are the physician-owned businesses for which CVS Health provides management services. We do not discriminate in recruiting, hiring, promotion, or any other personnel action based on race, ethnicity, color, national origin, sex/gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, religion, age, disability, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by applicable federal, state, or local law.

Full Time
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Pharmacist – Immunization Support - Full Time
CVS Health Retail
location-iconBelmont MA

Summary: Health is everything. At CVS Health, colleagues are committed to increasing access, lowering costs and improving quality of care. Millions of times a day, we help people on their path to better health—from advising on prescriptions to helping manage chronic and specialty conditions. As a Staff Pharmacist, you have a critical role at the forefront of delivering our purpose, modeling our values, and demonstrating genuine, authentic care for our patients. In addition to supporting the Pharmacy Manager in leading and directing your Pharmacy Technician Support Staff, you are accountable for supporting the management, oversight and operation of all aspects within your pharmacy. This includes: • Patient Safety • Pharmacy Professional Practice • Regulatory Requirements • Quality Assurance • Customer Service • Personnel Management • Inventory Management • Financial Profitability • Loss Prevention • Workflow Management A key component of the Staff Pharmacist role is keeping your customers and patients healthy through adoption and management of patient care programs. Additionally, you will: • Lead with Heart – display empathy and compassion for your patients, customers, caregivers and colleagues on your team • Motivate, inspire and develop your Pharmacy Support Staff by balancing assignments that maximize colleagues’ strengths, address development opportunities and decrease knowledge gaps • Identify critical business opportunities and contribute to the development of meaningful solutions to drive growth and improve performance in your pharmacy • Successfully implement those solutions by leading your team to achieve specified goals • Adapt to change and adjust plans to thrive in a dynamic community healthcare setting • Seek new ways to grow, collaborate with others and deliver better outcomes • Align others around purpose to gain support and commitment • Actively contribute to a ‘team’ culture that promotes caring, energy, enthusiasm and pride • Apply acquired knowledge to help drive healthy outcomes and differentiate CVS from competitors *The above represents a summary of the functions of a Staff Pharmacist. Additional functions and physical requirements are available on the full job description.Pay RangeThe typical pay range for this role is:Minimum: 48.15Maximum: 74.45Please keep in mind that this range represents the pay range for all positions in the job grade within which this position falls. The actual salary offer will take into account a wide range of factors, including location.Required QualificationsMinimum Required Qualifications: • Active Pharmacy License in the state in which you are employed • Not on the DEA Excluded Parties List • Immunization Certification through an accredited organization (i.e. APhA)* • Free of pending felony charges or convictions for criminal offenses involving controlled substancesPreferred Qualifications.EducationBachelor of Science in Pharmacy or Pharm. D. degreeBusiness OverviewBring your heart to CVS HealthEvery one of us at CVS Health shares a single, clear purpose: Bringing our heart to every moment of your health. This purpose guides our commitment to deliver enhanced human-centric health care for a rapidly changing world. Anchored in our brand — with heart at its center — our purpose sends a personal message that how we deliver our services is just as important as what we deliver.Our Heart At Work Behaviors™ support this purpose. We want everyone who works at CVS Health to feel empowered by the role they play in transforming our culture and accelerating our ability to innovate and deliver solutions to make health care more personal, convenient and affordable.We strive to promote and sustain a culture of diversity, inclusion and belonging every day.CVS Health is an affirmative action employer, and is an equal opportunity employer, as are the physician-owned businesses for which CVS Health provides management services. We do not discriminate in recruiting, hiring, promotion, or any other personnel action based on race, ethnicity, color, national origin, sex/gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, religion, age, disability, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by applicable federal, state, or local law.

Full Time
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Clinical Pharmacist I - Per Diem
Boston Medical Center
location-iconBoston MA

POSITION SUMMARY:Under the direction of the Central Team Leader and Manager for Clinical services, ensures optimum patient outcomes related to medication use by preventing or resolving drug-related problems and coordinating the acquisition, distribution and control of all drug therapy to patients under the care of the pharmacist.Position: Clinical Pharmacist IDepartment: Inpatient PharmacySchedule: Per Diem, Rotate Day, Evening, NightESSENTIAL DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:1) Ensures all drugs and medications are handled in the manner established by the Pharmacy and Therapeutics (P & T) Committee.2) Monitors drug therapy by direct patient contact, chart review, reviews applicable laboratory data to identify drug-related problems or to prevent drug-related toxicity. Specific aspects of drug therapy evaluated include: clinical indication for drug prescribed, appropriate dose and route of administration for indication and organ function, absence of therapeutic duplication, screening allergy history and current medications, use of formulary drugs or less costly drugs when possible. Evaluates pharmacokinetics (drug effects) and assesses drug or nutrient interactions.3) Collaborates with Clinical Specialists, Physicians and other medical staff on drug therapies and regimens. Reviews and approves medication orders, and participates in daily rounds with the medical team. Enters physicians' orders into the inpatient pharmacy system.4) Provides timey and accurate drug information to patient, nursing and medical staff. Adjusts dosages for proper renal function, and accordingly to the age and weight of the patient, etc. Conducts interventions on IV to PO conversion, and therapeutic interchange, as needed.5) Assures accurate and timely acquisition, distribution and control of all medications, including investigational drugs.6) Maintains all protocols and policies related to restricted drugs and narcotics.7) Ensures assessment and interventions of patients is systematic, complete, timely and documented according to standards (timely, legible).8) Supervises the activities of supportive personnel including student interns and technicians. Responsible for checking all medication and sterile products prior to dispensing and Pyxis refill deliveries. Assists in the orientation and training of pharmacy residents, students and technicians, as well as newly hired pharmacists.9) Conducts at least two in-service education programs to nurses or physicians at Boston medical Center.10) Develops goals for each fiscal year in conjunction with the manager(s). Works on accomplishing goals throughout the year.11) Participates in the Adverse Drug Reaction (ADR) Reporting Program, Drug Use Evaluation (DUE) Program, etc.12) Participates in departmental and hospital-wide quality assurance activities. Takes corrective action to improve performance on problem areas.13) Ensures compliance with standards and regulations from federal, state and local governments, as well as other regulatory bodies such as The Joint Commission. Resolves patient complaints emanating from areas of responsibility. Ensures that all significant patient complaints are reported promptly to the Patient Advocate or Director of Quality Improvement.14) Maintains own professional and specialized competencies, including the following:Assumes responsibility for participating in experiences necessary to ensure appropriate skill development and training.Maintains and displays appropriate knowledge of developments in the field through continuing education, reviewing pertinent literature and/or by attending professional meetings.Attends and participates in hospital and other management training and development workshops.15) Follows all department policy and procedure, to include:Ensures that all staff attend mandatory BMC training sessions, receive annual TB testing, etc.Maintains all designated hospital information confidential at all times.Conforms to hospital standards of performance and conduct, including those pertaining to patient rights, so that the best possible customer service and patient care may be provided.Utilizes hospital's Values as the basis for decision making and to facilitate the hospital mission.Follows established hospital infection control and safety procedures.16) Performs other related tasks as needed.JOB REQUIREMENTS:Education:PharmD degree (or Bachelor's plus 2 years hospital pharmacy experience)Certificates, Licenses, Registration Required:Licensure to practice pharmacy (or eligibility within 45 days of hire) in the state of Massachusetts.Experience:Prior hospital pharmacy experience preferred but not required.Knowledge and Skills:Work requires a comprehensive understanding of the procedures, systems, and equipment used by pharmacists and technicians in the pharmacy as well as a high level of proficiency in performing pharmacist's duties and responsibilities.Work requires a high level of analytical ability, organizational and personal management skill and focus to ensure the concerted approach to operations.Practice experience working with as well as revising and/or implementing information systems. Excellent interpersonal and telephone communication skills.Professional in conduct and demeanor.Proficient with standard software used in a pharmacy office setting (i.e. MS Word, Excel, pharmacy systems, web browsers, etc.)Req id: 24979

Full Time
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Staff Pharmacist FT
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Full Time
location-iconChestnut Hill MA
Job Description
Summary:
Health is everything. At CVS Health, colleagues are committed to increasing access, lowering costs and improving quality of care. Millions of times a day, we help people on their path to better health—from advising on prescriptions to helping manage chronic and specialty conditions.
As a Staff Pharmacist, you have a critical role at the forefront of delivering our purpose, modeling our values, and demonstrating genuine, authentic care for our patients. In addition to supporting the Pharmacy Manager in leading and directing your Pharmacy Technician Support Staff, you are accountable for supporting the management, oversight and operation of all aspects within your pharmacy. This includes:
  • Patient Safety
  • Pharmacy Professional Practice
  • Regulatory Requirements
  • Quality Assurance
  • Customer Service
  • Personnel Management
  • Inventory Management
  • Financial Profitability
  • Loss Prevention
  • Workflow Management

A key component of the Staff Pharmacist role is keeping your customers and patients healthy through adoption and management of patient care programs. Additionally, you will:
  • Lead with Heart – display empathy and compassion for your patients, customers, caregivers and colleagues on your team
  • Motivate, inspire and develop your Pharmacy Support Staff by balancing assignments that maximize colleagues’ strengths, address development opportunities and decrease knowledge gaps
  • Identify critical business opportunities and contribute to the development of meaningful solutions to drive growth and improve performance in your pharmacy
  • Successfully implement those solutions by leading your team to achieve specified goals
  • Adapt to change and adjust plans to thrive in a dynamic community healthcare setting
  • Seek new ways to grow, collaborate with others and deliver better outcomes
  • Align others around purpose to gain support and commitment
  • Actively contribute to a ‘team’ culture that promotes caring, energy, enthusiasm and pride
  • Apply acquired knowledge to help drive healthy outcomes and differentiate CVS from competitors

  • The above represents a summary of the functions of a Staff Pharmacist. Additional functions and physical requirements are available on the full job description.

Pay Range
The typical pay range for this role is:
Minimum: 48.15
Maximum: 74.45

Please keep in mind that this range represents the pay range for all positions in the job grade within which this position falls. The actual salary offer will take into account a wide range of factors, including location.

Required Qualifications
Minimum Required Qualifications
  • Active Pharmacy License in the state in which you are employed
  • Not on the DEA Excluded Parties List
  • Immunization Certification through an accredited organization (e.g., APhA)
  • No pending felony charges or convictions for criminal offenses involving controlled substances

Preferred Qualifications
.

Education
Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy or Pharm. D. degree

Business Overview
Bring your heart to CVS Health
Every one of us at CVS Health shares a single, clear purpose: Bringing our heart to every moment of your health. This purpose guides our commitment to deliver enhanced human-centric health care for a rapidly changing world. Anchored in our brand — with heart at its center — our purpose sends a personal message that how we deliver our services is just as important as what we deliver.

Our Heart At Work Behaviors™ support this purpose. We want everyone who works at CVS Health to feel empowered by the role they play in transforming our culture and accelerating our ability to innovate and deliver solutions to make health care more personal, convenient and affordable.
We strive to promote and sustain a culture of diversity, inclusion and belonging every day.
CVS Health is an affirmative action employer, and is an equal opportunity employer, as are the physician-owned businesses for which CVS Health provides management services. We do not discriminate in recruiting, hiring, promotion, or any other personnel action based on race, ethnicity, color, national origin, sex/gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, religion, age, disability, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by applicable federal, state, or local law.
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Staff Pharmacist FT
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Full Time
location-iconChestnut Hill MA
Job Description
Summary:
Health is everything. At CVS Health, colleagues are committed to increasing access, lowering costs and improving quality of care. Millions of times a day, we help people on their path to better health—from advising on prescriptions to helping manage chronic and specialty conditions.
As a Staff Pharmacist, you have a critical role at the forefront of delivering our purpose, modeling our values, and demonstrating genuine, authentic care for our patients. In addition to supporting the Pharmacy Manager in leading and directing your Pharmacy Technician Support Staff, you are accountable for supporting the management, oversight and operation of all aspects within your pharmacy. This includes:
  • Patient Safety
  • Pharmacy Professional Practice
  • Regulatory Requirements
  • Quality Assurance
  • Customer Service
  • Personnel Management
  • Inventory Management
  • Financial Profitability
  • Loss Prevention
  • Workflow Management

A key component of the Staff Pharmacist role is keeping your customers and patients healthy through adoption and management of patient care programs. Additionally, you will:
  • Lead with Heart – display empathy and compassion for your patients, customers, caregivers and colleagues on your team
  • Motivate, inspire and develop your Pharmacy Support Staff by balancing assignments that maximize colleagues’ strengths, address development opportunities and decrease knowledge gaps
  • Identify critical business opportunities and contribute to the development of meaningful solutions to drive growth and improve performance in your pharmacy
  • Successfully implement those solutions by leading your team to achieve specified goals
  • Adapt to change and adjust plans to thrive in a dynamic community healthcare setting
  • Seek new ways to grow, collaborate with others and deliver better outcomes
  • Align others around purpose to gain support and commitment
  • Actively contribute to a ‘team’ culture that promotes caring, energy, enthusiasm and pride
  • Apply acquired knowledge to help drive healthy outcomes and differentiate CVS from competitors

  • The above represents a summary of the functions of a Staff Pharmacist. Additional functions and physical requirements are available on the full job description.

Pay Range
The typical pay range for this role is:
Minimum: 48.15
Maximum: 74.45

Please keep in mind that this range represents the pay range for all positions in the job grade within which this position falls. The actual salary offer will take into account a wide range of factors, including location.

Required Qualifications
Minimum Required Qualifications
  • Active Pharmacy License in the state in which you are employed
  • Not on the DEA Excluded Parties List
  • Immunization Certification through an accredited organization (e.g., APhA)
  • No pending felony charges or convictions for criminal offenses involving controlled substances

Preferred Qualifications
.

Education
Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy or Pharm. D. degree

Business Overview
Bring your heart to CVS Health
Every one of us at CVS Health shares a single, clear purpose: Bringing our heart to every moment of your health. This purpose guides our commitment to deliver enhanced human-centric health care for a rapidly changing world. Anchored in our brand — with heart at its center — our purpose sends a personal message that how we deliver our services is just as important as what we deliver.

Our Heart At Work Behaviors™ support this purpose. We want everyone who works at CVS Health to feel empowered by the role they play in transforming our culture and accelerating our ability to innovate and deliver solutions to make health care more personal, convenient and affordable.
We strive to promote and sustain a culture of diversity, inclusion and belonging every day.
CVS Health is an affirmative action employer, and is an equal opportunity employer, as are the physician-owned businesses for which CVS Health provides management services. We do not discriminate in recruiting, hiring, promotion, or any other personnel action based on race, ethnicity, color, national origin, sex/gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, religion, age, disability, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by applicable federal, state, or local law.