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As a Pharmacy Operations Supervisor at our Cedars-Sinai Medical Network, you will provide leadership for clinical pharmacy programs at Cedars-Sinai Medical Network. In collaboration with the Director of Pharmacy Operations, the supervisor will lead and monitor all drug therapy management programs, including staffing, personnel performance, productivity, patient satisfaction, and quality of care. The position will ensure the clinical pharmacy staff are providing safe, effective and appropriate medication therapies. In addition, the supervisor is responsible for overseeing the resident and student programs.
What's this role all about?
Provide supervision, guidance and professional growth and development of the clinical pharmacists, residents, and students through timely and constructive feedback; issue corrective action when necessary;
Responsible for timely completion of Performance Reviews and ensuring clinical competency is maintained;
Ensure pharmacists receive ongoing training that will improve and strengthen delivery of drug therapy management programs;
Assure compliance with Cedars-Sinai Medical Care Foundationpharmacy programs policies and procedures;
Assess daily clinical schedules of all providers to ensure efficiency and access are met, oversight for colleague time away, overtime work, ensuring that policies and procedures are followed;
Support clinical and financial performance through coordination of clinical pharmacist involvement in programs aimed at improving cost-effective medication use and improved quality of care;
Oversee and participate in daily engagement activities such as huddles, observations/Gemba, training, and stability checks ensuring standard work is being followed
Dyad partnership with Operations Supervisor and Tier 1 physicians for escalating issues/concerns;
Participate as a preceptor in the ambulatory learning experiences for the PGY1 Pharmacy Practice Residency in an ambulatory care setting and student programs;
Participate in multidisciplinary committees/meetings as needed;
Evaluate data that measures the efficiency and efficacy of clinical pharmacy programs and lead process improvement initiatives accordingly;
In collaboration with the Director of Pharmacy Operations, establish goals for the department and develop tactics to meet those goals.
Participate in various quality efforts, such as Pay For Performance and patient satisfaction;
Pharmacy IT; serves as subject matter expert related to using CS-Link for drug therapy management programs.
Support drug therapy management programs focused on optimizing patients' therapeutic outcomes and patient satisfaction;
Providing ambulatory pharmaceutical care services using approved drug therapy management protocols in collaboration with physicians. Includes medication therapy management and providing patient education;
Perform other duties as assigned.
Doctor of Pharmacy Degree (Pharm.D.)
Current California Pharmacist license required
Completion of postgraduate residency or fellowship training (preferably in ambulatory/primary care)
American Heart Association (AHA) approved Basic Life Support (BLS) certification must be obtained within the probationary period
What else are we looking for?
Three years of experience in the delivery of primary care pharmacy services, leadership experience preferred
Highly prefer a candidate with ambulatory care background
Working Title: Pharmacy Operations Supervisor - Medical Network
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