The Director of Pharmacy directs pharmacy operations to ensure alignment with the mission, values and objectives of the department and organization.
Directs the development and implementation of practices, policies and procedures in all functional areas of the department.
Accountable for staffing and capacity planning for the department.
Oversees the development and monitoring of, and compliance with, departmental budget(s).
Utilizes broad knowledge of applicable statutory, regulatory and administrative requirements to direct departmental operations and ensure accountability for the department's compliance with the same.
Participates with site based leadership on long- and short-range strategic business plans, goals and objectives including development of specialty strategy integrating both site and network plans.
Identifies and recommends site-based marketing plans based on observed trends in new and existing services, innovation, technology and reimbursement.
Collaborates with peers to ensure standardized equipment, supplies and practice for all sites, as applicable.
Collaborates with both departmental and information services (IS) teams to provide needed support for associates in both IS infrastructure and applications.
Identifies and analyzes the design of jobs, work processes and flows for the department and implements appropriate changes in order to improve work effectiveness, productivity, and efficiency.
Develops and maintains effective, collaborative relationships with all site leadership, specialties, departments including other specialty managers and associates and specialty related vendors.
Effectively shares information and resources with colleagues in order to achieve/maintain practice and technology standardization as applicable.
Participates in the development and administration of both long-term and annual capital plans which include facilities, systems and equipment.
Implements and monitors compliance with revenue integrity processes.
Insures timely and accurate processing of invoices.
Implements specialty quality initiatives in the areas of patient safety, the Joint Commission, specialty accreditation, and performance improvement in alignment with network specialty plan and promotes specialty knowledge sharing.
Utilizes operational data to monitor and report specialty performance.
Performs other duties as assigned.
Licensed Pharmacist credentialed from the Texas State Board of Pharmacy .
Doctor of Science
Bachelor of Science degree in Pharmacy or a Doctorate of Pharmacy (Pharm D) degree is required.
Master's degree in Business or Health Administration is preferred.
Two (2) years of progressive supervisory and leadership experience in Pharmacy is required.
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