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Posted:
5/3/2018
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Pharmacy
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Pharmacy Clinical Informatics Analyst
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Job Description

Qualifications

 
Minimum Education
Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm.D.)
 
Specific Requirements And Preferences
Pharm. D
 
Minimum Work Experience
7 Year(s)
 
Specific Requirements And Preferences
7 years preferred Pharmacy and Cerner Millennium Solution Architect and Integrated Health Solutions
 
Required Licenses and Certifications
Licensure
Pharmacist
 
Required Skills/Knowledge
Decision Making and Judgment -Professional competence and common sense
Equipment -Basic knowledge of computer applications (i.e. MS Word, E-mail, etc.)
Communication- Ability to communicate on a professional level with physicians, nurses and other professional staff when discussing drugs and
drug related problems. Ability to teach and communicate program enhancements to users accordingly.
 
Leader Accountabilities (Manager)
Deliver
1. Set and clearly communicate team goals and priorities in alignment with departmental goals and budgets
2. Develop the budget and assign resources to meet the team goals
3. Provide the resources and guidance required for employees to perform effectively
4. Develop procedures to ensure high safety and quality, and course-correct as needed
5. Identify customers’ needs and ensure service excellence in meeting those needs
Engage
1. Be the link between the department and the team in defining the strategies to meet team goals
2. Provide prompt and clear feedback to staff and support their performance
3. Ensure team adherence to organizational regulations
4. Manage the working environment to promote productivity and motivation
5. Represent the team in clearing obstacles to high performance
6. Hire staff and develop their capabilities
7. Monitor and promote strong employee engagement
Grow
1. Encourage and share new ways of making the right work easier to do
2. Recognize and share incremental improvements in operations
3. Promote the success of organizational and department initiatives by clearly aligning programs to the mission
 
Functional Accountabilities
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
1. Maintain and performs all functions necessary to guarantee proper performance of the Pharmacy Computer System or oversee such
functions
2. Confer with data processing and project managers to obtain information on limitations and capabilities of existing system and capabilities
required for data processing projected workload.
3. Assist in training users on new or modified equipment. Monitors functioning of equipment to ensure system operates in conformance with
specifications
4. Assist the Chief of Pharmacy in carrying out the overall technology vision of the department
5. On call at all times to ensure proper functioning of Automated Pharmacy Systems as well as the Pharmacy Computer System. Available to
answer questions of staff and give proper direction to resolve any malfunction of the above
6. Serve as the primary contact between the Pharmacy and all end users of the computer system.
7. Supervise the Preparation of external reports including productivity statistics, billing, patient profiles and summaries, etc.
8. Supervise pharmacy Information Analyst(s) and supporting personnel
9. Supervise the maintenance and/or repairs of automated and computer hardware including robotics, printers and supplies
10. Supervise the updates, revisions and customizations of existing software for Cerner, Automated Dispensing Technology and others.
11. Responsible for staff computer training and ensures proper security
12. Recommend the addition and replacement of equipment as necessary.
13. Assist Purchasing Coordinator in updating pharmacy codes, billing codes, regulations and pricing of relevant inventory to ensure proper
procedures and prices are utilized and properly billed to patient accounts.
14. Council pharmacy staff both verbally and in writing when appropriate.
15. Remain fully versed in developments in the pharmacy profession
16. Has the ability to articulate effectively before various groups for instruction and education.
17. Responsible for ordering supplies and insuring that maintenance contracts for system are current.
18. Council pharmacy staff both verbally and in writing when appropriate.
19. Remain fully versed in developments in the pharmacy profession
20. Has the ability to articulate effectively before various groups for instruction and education.
21. Responsible for ordering supplies and insuring that maintenance contracts for system are current.
22. Assist the Director of Operations in the data collection and evaluation of the efficiency of the Pharmacy Automated Systems.
23. Perform routine maintenance of user/group accounts through Cerner classic / millennium.
24. Work with various vendors throughout the installation and testing process of new hardware.
25. Comply with all regulatory bodies and requirements including HIPAA, DC Law, JCAHO and Hospital Policy and Procedures.
26. Review pharmacy specific enhancements, fixes and module additions for Cerner upgrades and system changes.
27. Serve as an advocate to both the Information Systems and Cerner project leaders for the department through committee meetings
28. Customize and maintain Cerner screens
29. Assist in training staff on CPOE and other electronic programs.
30. Test pharmacy functionality for each step release and responding to Cerner about post step release experience from staff.
 












 

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