The Therapy Management Pharmacist is responsible for providing clinical support and consultative services in a complex retail pharmacy operation at the Specialty Services and Mail Order pharmacy. This position partners with key stakeholders to drive medication safety, customer service, process improvement, clinical and formulary programs and initiatives and regulatory compliance. The Pharmacy Specialist will act as a primary resource in the development and education of students, staff and interdisciplinary members of the care team.
Provide clinical, formulary and pharmacotherapy expertise and act as a resource to students, staff and interdisciplinary members of the care team.
Act as resource for pharmaceutical care to patients This includes partnering with interdisciplinary care team members to ensure appropriateness of medication order and therapy, drug selection, formulary correctness and compliance any other formulary or departmental initiatives.
Provide clinical pharmacy services to all patients in assigned area including completing review for all patients daily, monitoring, adjusting patient therapies and documenting changes according to department policies.
Execute the function of staff pharmacist.
Other duties as assigned.
One year pharmacist experience in complex pharmacy operation or completion of an ASHP-accredited PGY1 residency program
Licensed or eligible for licensure as a pharmacist in Minnesota
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