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  • 15 Sep 2021 1:00 PM | Anonymous

    Clinical Pharmacist Specialist-Infectious Disease, UofL Health-Jewish Hospital, Days, Full Time


    The Clinical Pharmacy Specialist provides specialized pharmaceutical services to improve drug usage and therapeutic outcomes for patients. The Clinical Pharmacy Specialist actively participates in multidisciplinary patient care rounds, medication order evaluation and verification, drug distribution, technician supervision, and clinical services including medication histories, pharmacokinetic dosing, drug information requests, and patient counseling to ensure the best medication therapy outcomes. The Clinical Pharmacy Specialist will participate in development of new programs, services, practices, and facilitate scholarly and professional development activities in their area of expertise. Major job responsibilities include: medication order evaluation (to include but not limited to appropriateness and effectiveness) and verification, drug distribution support, technician supervision, clinical intervention, formulary management, and resource for nursing and physician medication related inquiries. The Clinical Pharmacy Specialist will participate in the design, implementation, and monitoring associated with the provision of safe, effective and economical pharmacotherapy for all patients. They will serve as a subject matter expert collaborating with pharmacy leadership in the development and implementation of clinical pharmacy services and ensure compliance with policies and procedures at UofL Hospital.

    For more information or to apply, click below. 

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  • 07 Sep 2021 11:01 AM | Anonymous

    Job Title: Director of Clinical Informatics

    Company: Infectious Disease Connect

    Location: Remote

    FLSA Status: Exempt

    Company Description

    ID Connect is a leader in telemedicine and infectious diseases care, antimicrobial stewardship, and infection prevention and control. At the heart of this success has been technological innovation and the combination of technology, precision medicine, and data science paired with world-class ID physicians to effectively manage infectious diseases across the US.

    At ID Connect, we strive to make people healthy, improve outcomes, and keep our communities free of infectious diseases.

    Position Description

    The Director of Clinical Informatics ensures customers achieve their goals through utilization of ID Connect technology and services and will be responsible for implementation support, account management, and customer account optimization.  In addition, this role will become an expert in ID Connect’s technology solutions and directly support the development, testing, implementation, and maintenance of the applications ID Connect offer to its customers.  Acting as a liaison among departments, this person will provide clinical insights to the development and data science teams for areas of improvement or new functionality.  The primary responsibility include interfacing with customers and ensuring maximum effectiveness of systems, by understanding the different options and practical application of solutions, resolving software issues and creating a streamlined workflow for end users. This position will report to the Chief Operating Officer and collaborate closely with the Chief Medical Officer and Vice President of Clinical Sales.

    The ideal candidate will have experience in a healthcare setting implementing and driving adoption of technology solutions to improve clinical outcomes.

    Primary Responsibilities

    • Responsible for supporting clients throughout the implementation process and ensuring adoption post go live.
    • Provide subject matter expertise in the software platforms, configuration capabilities, and clinical workflow.
    • Lead end-user training sessions remotely or onsite for clients and assist with the development of educational resources.
    • Collaborate in a cross-functional capacity with internal teams and assist in user-acceptance testing for configuration and feature enhancements.
    • Provide feedback from clients for product development and work with clients on issue resolution.
    • Engage with the customer to develop a solid understanding of their needs and consult customer on possible workflow processes to support on-going product utilization and engagement.
    • Responsible for client satisfaction and account surveillance with a focus on identifying up or down trends in utilization and customer engagement.
    • Meet with customers on a scheduled basis to review metrics, evaluate utilization, gather feedback, and identify opportunities where technology and services can provide additional value.
    • Identify opportunities for customer growth and inside sales and coordinate customer communications with commercial team.

    Knowledge and Skill Requirements

    • BS in Pharmacy with a degree or certificate in health information management or health informatics or 5 years’ experience as a clinical informaticist.
    • Experience implementing or leading Antimicrobial Stewardship programs.
    • Excellent technical abilities, strong verbal and written communication skills, strong project management abilities, and excellent analytical skills.
    • Effective organization and time management skills including multi-tasking and the ability to simultaneously manage multiple projects.
    • Comfortable working in a fast-paced entrepreneurial environment and able to deal with change and ambiguity.
    • Self-motivated problem solver, who researches, coordinates, and organizes all involved to resolve issues decisively.
    • Demonstrated ability to work independently to provide outstanding customer service and consultation.
    • A Passion for working with people and improving patient outcomes.


    • Competitive salary
    • Medical, dental, and vision insurance
    • Life insurance options
    • 401k benefits
    • Generous PTO, including paid Holidays
    • Remote work environment with an emphasis on work-life balance
    • Opportunities for professional development and career growth

    Contact with any questions

    Rima Abdel Massih, MD;

  • 07 Sep 2021 10:43 AM | Anonymous
    • Job Location: Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC) in Boston, MA

      Position Summary: This pharmacist will assist the Associate Director for Antimicrobial Stewardship and the Medical Director of Antimicrobial Management with the task of improving antimicrobial utilization.  Through collaborative work efforts, the person in this position will also help to implement processes to improve the clinical and microbiological effectiveness of antimicrobials.  This will include use of computer systems including computerized provider order entry, microbiology and online medical records.   This candidate will assist in the tracking and trending of antimicrobial resistance particularly as it relates to utilization.  He/she will participate in the education of prescribers and other healthcare providers including pharmacists and nurses toward improvements in the process of maximizing antibiotic efficacy and cost- effectiveness.  They will work toward identification of adverse drug reactions and plans to avoid future events as well as improvements in patient care through potentially decreased length of stay.  They will participate in antimicrobial Formulary optimization to help realize further cost benefits and improve congruence with evidence based practice.

      Primary Duties and Responsibilities:

    • Practices pharmacy with a focus on antimicrobial management in accordance with the laws, rules and regulation of the Massachusetts Board of Registration in Pharmacy, Department of Public Health, the Food and Drug Administration, and the Drug Enforcement Administration and in accordance with established policies and procedures.  Maintains certification and credentials in accordance with the Board of Registration and submits proof to department of certification annually.
    • Assumes responsibility for daily activities of the Stewardship program including pre-prescriptive approval reviews, post prescriptive review and feedback, Vigilanz alerts relative to drug duplication, bug-drug mismatches, therapeutic drug monitoring and intravenous to oral conversions.

    Reviews patient specific data and identifies opportunities for intervention such as
    • De-escalation based on microbiologic data
    • Dosing optimization based on microbiologic data/patient specific PK
    •  Medication adjustments to avoid clinically significant Interactions 
    Assists the Antimicrobial Management Directors in the preparation of monthly/quarterly summaries of interventions to include:
    • Quantification and qualification of interventions by: acceptance rate, cost avoidance, service and unit specific trends.
    Participates in the planning and implementation of clinical staff development for pharmacists toward antimicrobial management. Serves as a mentor to the pharmacy staff in terms of pharmacy practice and patient care. 
    Participates actively on the Antibiotic Subcommittee to P&T Committee through the following activities.
    •  Submits items for the monthly agenda.
    •  Assists in the preparation of anti-infective drug Formulary reviews.  This will include literature searches and retrieval for a summative and evaluative review of basic science and clinical literature.  A written summary in a format that is standardized and complete will need to be compiled. Within this summary, a recommendation for the addition or substitution of drugs on Formulary will be written a rationale according to hospital utilization and published evidence.
    • Assists in the performance of drug utilization reviews by any of the following categories: 
      • Drug based: drugs with high use, drugs associated with high costs, drugs with narrow safety margins.
      • Pathogen based: pathogens with high frequency, pathogens associated with high costs.
      • Resistance trending: identify potential relationships between utilization and local resistance.
    • Assists in Guideline development relevant to antimicrobials and/or infectious diseases through work with multidisciplinary groups to devise and implement drug specific guidelines and disease state specific guidelines, particularly around core measure initiatives.
      • This will involve literature searches and retrieval for a summative and evaluative review of basic science and clinical literature.
      • From this, a gradation of evidence based practice will be compiled
      •  A written draft will be prepared.

    Participates in Guideline Quality Assurance and dashboard metrics through identification and tracking of key core measures as well as preparation of monthly/quarterly/annual report summaries.


    Works collaboratively and systematically to review the current standard antimicrobial susceptibility reports based on site of infection and pathogen. Assists in the evaluation of the impact of panel changes on antimicrobial ordering.

    Contributes to physician education programs aimed to build awareness about institution-specific best practice relative to antimicrobial utilization.

    Works with the Associate Director to test and continually evaluate clinical decision support changes in cPOE relative to antimicrobial utilization.

    Assists the Medical and associate Director to ensure the components of Clinical Pharmacy Services relative to antimicrobials meet the requirements necessary for TJC accreditation.  

    Assists in the implementation of departmental short and long term goals, and participates in accomplishing agreed-upon goals.  Assists in the coordination, implementation, administration and quality assessment of clinical pharmacy programs.

    Qualifications/Skills & Knowledge Requirements:

    Required Qualifications:

    1.    Bachelor's degree in Pharmacy required. Doctoral degree in Pharmacy (PharmD) preferred.

    2.    License Massachusetts Pharmacist required.

    3.    1-3 years related work experience required.

    4.    1 year Pharmacy residency or 3 years of Clinical Pharmacy experience in hospital setting.

    5.    Experience with computer systems required, including web based applications and some Microsoft Office applications which may include Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint or Access.

    Preferred Qualifications:

    1.    Pharmacy Residency PGY2 specialty experience or equivalent experience or 5 years of clinical pharmacy experience in a hospital setting.

    2.    Board certification in Infectious Diseases.

    3.    Project management and program development experience a plus. Pharmacy residency preceptor experience preferred. Coaching and mentoring of pharmacy staff experience preferred. Demonstrates advanced pharmacy knowledge related to area of practice.

    For questions please contact Christopher McCoy, PharmD, BCPS, BCIDP at

  • 27 Aug 2021 11:14 AM | Anonymous

    Job title: Clinical Specialist Pharmacist – Infectious Diseases

    Location: Mayo Clinic Hospital Arizona

    Job Description:

    Provides an expert level of consultation, guidance, and direction for appropriate infectious disease affiliated medication use. In conjunction with a team of infectious disease physicians, provides complete care to the patient through inpatient patient care and rounding service as applicable, consultative services Infectious Disease (e.g. Coccidioidomycosis) clinic, and multidisciplinary patient care planning meetings. Optimizes the outcomes of patients with infectious diseases by providing evidence-based, patient centered drug therapies, and monitors for drug-related problems and medication cost containment. Supports CMS mandates related to drug interactions or complications and for systems to promote antimicrobial stewardship and surveillance. Provides pharmacokinetic consultations as required. Detects, monitors, documents, and reports adverse drug reactions and medications errors. Monitors drug therapy to evaluate appropriateness of use, dose, dosage form, regimen, route, therapeutic duplication, and drug interactions. Communicates ongoing patient information and efficacy and safety of treatment regimen(s) to all care providers. Provides in-service education to the ID team and clinic staff, performs patient and caregiver education, and counsels patients regarding medication therapy and compliance. Leads and participates in interdisciplinary hospital committees, protocol development, and education of pharmacists, nursing and physicians. Coordinates current patient issues and therapy recommendations with pharmacy staff. Supports research activities of the respective specialty team as requested. Participates actively in all respective area of specialty team meetings, which include discharge management, scientific research and educational teaching conferences. Keeps abreast of changing protocols and clinical pharmacy standards as they pertain to applicable area of specialty (infectious disease).

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    Contact with any questions:

    Matthew Wanek, PharmD
    Assistant Director of Pharmacy

    Lynn Chan, PharmD, BCIDP

    Clinical Specialist Pharmacist – Infectious Diseases

  • 23 Aug 2021 10:57 AM | Anonymous

    Clinical Pharmacy Specialist in Infectious Diseases and Antimicrobial Stewardship

    Location: Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center 


    The Department of Pharmacy, consistent with the mission of Johns Hopkins Medicine, prioritizes teaching, research and patient care. At Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center, the department is responsible for providing acute care pharmacy services for a diverse population of medical and surgical patients, with additional services provided in ambulatory clinics. Within the department, there are 17 acute care and ambulatory Clinical Pharmacy Specialists as well as 3 PGY1 Pharmacy Residents. Working collaboratively with Johns Hopkins physicians, nurses and other health care professionals, Clinical Pharmacy Specialists are responsible for the provision of clinical pharmacy services across a broad range of patient care areas including Anticoagulation, Ambulatory Care, Cardiology, Critical Care, Emergency Medicine, Infectious Diseases/Antimicrobial Stewardship, Internal Medicine, Oncology, Pain and Palliative Care, and Neonatal Intensive Care/Maternal and Child Health.

    Reporting to the Pharmacy Manager of Decentralized and Clinical Pharmacy Services, the Clinical Pharmacy Specialist in Infectious Diseases and Antimicrobial Stewardship will support Infectious Diseases Consult Services and the Antimicrobial Stewardship Program by working collaboratively with multidisciplinary teams to provide specialized pharmaceutical care, review and report on medication safety concerns, develop and apply medication use policies, order panels, and order sets, facilitate staff member competency, and participate in research activities at a hospital and health system level. This Clinical Pharmacy Specialist will also serve as a pharmacy representative to the Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center, and the Infectious Diseases Specialty Panel at the Johns Hopkins Health Systems’ Formulary Management and Medication Use Policy Committee.

    The Clinical Pharmacy Specialist in Infectious Diseases and Antimicrobial Stewardship will serve as an expert resource for drug information and education for patients, students, residents, pharmacists, as well as other health care practitioners. The Clinical Pharmacy Specialist will serve as a preceptor for pharmacy students and residents in our ASHP-accredited PGY-1 Pharmacy Practice Residency Program as well as to PGY-2 Pharmacy Residents from the Johns Hopkins Hospital. Faculty appointments are available through affiliation with the University of Maryland School of Pharmacy. Additionally, this Clinical Pharmacy Specialist will generate and support pharmacy research and scholarly contributions while seeking to assume a leadership role in the profession of pharmacy.

    Required qualifications for this position include the completion of the Doctor of Pharmacy degree and a PGY-1 pharmacy practice residency. A specialized PGY-2 pharmacy residency in Infectious Diseases or relevant specialty training, or equivalent years of experience in practice is also preferred. BCIDP certification is preferred. Interested individuals for this position should submit a letter of interest and curriculum vitae to:

    Jessica Crow, PharmD, BCCCP, BCPS-AQ Cardiology, CNSC, FCCM

    Pharmacy Manager of Decentralized and Clinical Pharmacy Services

    Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center

    4940 Eastern Avenue- Building AA Room AA119

    Baltimore, MD 21224

    Office: 410-550-9851


    About Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center:

    There is no better story in American medicine in the last quarter century than the amazing transformation of Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center from Baltimore City Hospitals into a vibrant academic medical center. Building on our rich history, which dates back to 1773, we continue our commitment to better the health of our community through innovation, compassionate care, education and research. Since Johns Hopkins acquired Baltimore City Hospitals in 1984, more than $600 million has been invested to transform and modernize the campus. This development has been coupled with an investment in the faculty, staff and culture that puts the patient, family and community first. We are committed to collaboration that bridges clinical care with teaching and research programs across disciplines and have developed unique models of care in Johns Hopkins Centers of Excellence, including the Burn Center, Women’s Center for Pelvic Health, Asthma & Allergy Center and Memory and Alzheimer’s Treatment Center, to name a few. U.S. News & World Report top-ranked Geriatric Medicine and Rheumatology programs are based on the campus.

  • 19 Aug 2021 9:42 AM | Anonymous

    Location:  St. Joseph Mercy Oakland Hospital (Trinity Health System) in Pontiac, MI

    Job Description:

    ·       Serves as the primary Pharmacy Department liaison for issues related to Infectious Diseases including committee involvement; collaborates with other Pharmacy Department staff on these issues when necessary.

    ·       Partners with the Chair(s) of the Antimicrobial Stewardship program to develop annual priorities and metrics with accountability to those metrics shared by the dyad.

    ·       Coordinates the Antimicrobial Stewardship Program (ASP).

    ·       Collaborates regularly with Antimicrobial Stewardship Program leads for other Trinity Health sites within the region, state, and system"

    ·       Provides pharmaceutical care to patients with Infectious Diseases and in other assigned areas; assumes responsibility for facilitating the entire medication use process (prescribing, dispensing, administering, and monitoring) for patients with Infectious Diseases; participates in multidisciplinary rounds.

    ·       Provides mentorship to other pharmacists in the areas of Clinical Pharmacy and Infectious Diseases.

    ·       Monitors anti-infective use in target patient populations.

    ·       Prepares and presents formulary reviews for anti-infective agents.

    ·       Identifies, implements, and monitors quality and financial indicators in the management of Infectious Diseases.

    ·       Maintains files of contemporary literature on medication use related to Infectious Diseases and serves as a clinical resource to the pharmacy professional staff.

    ·       Serves as clinical pharmacy liaison with Infectious Diseases physicians; periodically provides clinical pharmacy support on Infectious Diseases rounds.

    ·       Collaborates with the medical and nursing staffs to identify patients who require intensive pharmacy intervention (e.g., medication histories, drug therapy recommendations, patient education); facilitates the communication of pharmaceutical care plans to other pharmacists.

    ·       Collaborates in the development, implementation, and ongoing assessment of treatment guidelines related to the management of Infectious Diseases.

    ·       Develops and implements medication use evaluation programs for anti-infective agents; presents results and recommendations to appropriate committees.

    ·       Participates in scholarly and professional activities related to areas of Infectious Diseases, including involvement in local, state, and national pharmacy associations or committees; participates in related clinical and pharmacoeconomic research projects; presents at local, state, and national meetings; authors articles in appropriate journals.

    ·       Maintains faculty appointment with colleges of pharmacy having teaching affiliations with the SJMO Department of Pharmacy; participates as a clerkship preceptor of pharmacy students from those academic programs and of SJMO pharmacy residents.

    ·       Participates in the identification, development and implementation of continuous quality improvement programs related to Infectious Diseases.

    ·       Collaborates with those involved in investigational drugs/research protocols related to anti-infectives.

    ·       Participates in the coordination and development of research programs, especially those related to Infectious Diseases.

    ·       Serves as the primary drug information resource for Infectious Diseases questions and areas of practice.

    ·       Investigates adverse drug events/medication incidents reported in areas of practice and provides follow-up.

    ·       Publishes guidelines and maintains references on the Antimicrobial Stewardship Intranet site.

    The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work performed by people assigned to this classification. They are not intended to be a complete list of all duties performed.


    Education:Requires Clinical Doctorate degree in Pharmacy (i.e., Pharm.D)

    Experience: Minimum of two years related experience.  Clinically oriented hospital pharmacy residency preferred.

    Licensure: Current State of Michigan Pharmacist license or eligibility for licensure.

    Certification: Board certification in Infectious Diseases Pharmacy required within 12 months of position acceptance.

    Contact with any questions:

    Tana Hannawa, PharmD

    Manager, Clinical Pharmacy

    Apply Here

  • 19 Aug 2021 9:33 AM | Anonymous


    This job will expand our already existing team. With the addition of a second pharmacist to the team, dedicated time will be split between Clinical ID and Antimicrobial Stewardship. Clinical ID time will be spent supporting and rounding with Infectious Diseases consult team(s). UAMS has 3 ID consult teams: general consults, transplant ID, and orthopedic infectious diseases. Additionally, there is an Internal medicine/ID lead team that is attended by ID. While providing ID support, there will be experiential teaching opportunities with the UAMS College of Pharmacy and precepting for the UAMS PGY-1 Pharmacy Residency. There will also be dedicated time with the Antimicrobial Stewardship Program (ASP). The UAMS ASP has been in place for 10 years, and utilizes different strategies and tools to optimize antimicrobial use.

    UAMS is a 500 bed academic medical center/level 1 trauma center located in Little Rock, AR and is the only academic medical center in the state of Arkansas. UAMS has a bone marrow transplant program and solid organ transplant program, providing a diverse patient population. There are 4 PGY-1 pharmacy residents, and a critical care PGY-2 pharmacy resident, with a hope to start a PGY-2 Infectious Diseases pharmacy residency.

    Contact information:

    Please feel free to reach out to Katie Lusardi ( with any questions!

    Hiring manager: Sherry Myatt (

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  • 17 Aug 2021 11:19 AM | Anonymous

    Job ID: 173125532

    Location: University of Pittsburgh Physicians, Department of Medicine, Division of Infectious Diseases. Supported by Infectious Disease Connect, Inc, a UPMC Enterprises company.

    Job Description: Join our team to continue to build and expand tele-stewardship and tele-infectious diseases services through Infectious Disease Connect, Inc (IDC). We are seeking applicants to join our ASP team of 3 adult ASP pharmacists and 4 ASP physicians to work collaboratively to advocate the appropriate use of antimicrobial agents locally, regionally, and nationally. Pharmacists create guidelines, antimicrobial use pathways, optimize stewardship software services, train and educate local pharmacists, and perform daily prospective audit with feedback for several hospitals. Seeking to develop an outpatient parenteral antimicrobial therapy telemedicine service. Can work remotely. No pharmacy staffing or weekend/overnight coverage is required.

    Preferred Qualifications: PGY2 training in Infectious Diseases or equivalent experience preferred; Board Certification (BCIDP) or experience as clinical pharmacy practice in Infectious Diseases with Antimicrobial Stewardship Program responsibilities

    Required Qualifications: Doctor of Pharmacy Degree (PharmD)

    Apply Here

  • 17 Aug 2021 11:18 AM | Anonymous

    Job ID: 112634488

    Location: University of Pittsburgh Physicians, Department of Medicine, Division of Infectious Diseases. 

    Job Description: UPMC's Community Hospital Antimicrobial Stewardship Efforts (CHASE) Program is seeking a second ID pharmacist to join our central team that coordinates system-level stewardship efforts at all UPMC hospitals and assists UPMC community hospitals with daily stewardship activities via tele-stewardship.  Tele-stewardship support is primarily provided through the ILUM Insight clinical decision support software platform. No pharmacy staffing or weekend/overnight coverage is required. Occasional site visits to UPMC hospitals may be required. PGY2 training in Infectious Diseases or equivalent experience preferred.

    Preferred Qualifications: PGY2 training in Infectious Diseases or equivalent experience preferred.

    Required Qualifications: B.S. degree in Pharmacy or Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm D.) 

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  • 17 Aug 2021 8:55 AM | Anonymous

    Job Location: Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC) in Boston, MA

    Job Summary: The Clinical Pharmacy Specialist at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC) serves as a leader in clinical pharmacy practice in a specific clinical area, or various clinical areas, as determined by hospital needs. Specialists provide comprehensive clinical and distributive medication management services and will utilize their advanced clinical skills in the provision of evidenced-based, safe, and cost-effective drug therapy to achieve optimal medication therapy outcomes. They serve as a drug information and educational resource for the pharmacy staff, patients, residents/students, medical staff, nursing staff, and other healthcare professionals. The Clinical Pharmacy Specialist will participate in the development of clinical guidelines/protocols, new programs/services, and facilitate professional development activities in their area of expertise.

    Essential Responsibilities:

    1. Practices pharmacy in accordance with laws, rules and regulation of the Massachusetts Board of Registration in Pharmacy, Department of Public Health, U.S. Food and Drug Administration, and Drug Enforcement Administration and in accordance with established departmental policies and procedures. Maintains credentials in accordance with the Massachusetts Board of Registration in Pharmacy.
    2. Functions as a therapeutic expert and performs pharmacy consultations per policy guidelines. Works collaboratively with providers to provide guidance on appropriate use of medications, clinical pharmacology, pharmacokinetics, disease state management, and nutrition. Recommends evidence-based medication therapy regimens and monitoring plans.
    3. Works collaboratively with the clinical pharmacy coordinators to develop and implement evidence-based medication guidelines/standard operating procedures/policies. Attends and actively participates in hospital committees pertinent to specific practice area.
    4. Enters/verifies medication orders in the computer processing system accurately and efficiently. Ensures appropriateness of all medication doses in reference to patient's diagnosis, weight/body surface area, age, allergies, and drug interactions. Clarifies incomplete and unclear orders. Suggests appropriate, cost-effective therapeutic alternatives to medical staff as needed per formulary guidelines.
    5. Precepts PGY1 and PGY2 pharmacy residents, pharmacy students, and contributes to staff development in area of specialty practice. Works collaboratively with the clinical pharmacy coordinator to develop the pharmacy skills of pharmacy staff members by teaching and exemplifying those skills to the team members.
    6. Provides educational information/seminars to physicians and other Licensed Independent Practitioners (staff), nursing staff, and other allied health care professionals as needed or assigned. Facilitates collection and analysis of medication-use data per predefined criteria and formulates appropriate recommendations for implementation.
    7. Provides patient consultations, assessments, and educations as needed to meet patient care needs. Documents patient care activities appropriately in a manner specified by the pharmacy department. Oversees and directs pharmacy support personnel including the daily activities of technicians.
    8. Serves in a professional capacity on unit-based decentralized teams. Acts as a liaison to the nursing units, in assigned practice area, in order to communicate pertinent information and to facilitate communication. Accurately re-establishes priorities based on workload and patient needs and ensures that medication doses are delivered within established departmental guidelines.

    Required Qualifications:

    1. Bachelor's degree in Pharmacy required. Doctoral degree in Pharmacy (PharmD) preferred.
    2. License Massachusetts Pharmacist required.
    3. 1-3 years related work experience required.
    4. 1 year Pharmacy residency or 3 years of Clinical Pharmacy experience in hospital setting.
    5. Experience with computer systems required, including web based applications and some Microsoft Office applications which may include Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint or Access.

    Preferred Qualifications:

    1. Pharmacy Residency PGY2 specialty experience or equivalent experience or 5 years of clinical pharmacy experience in a hospital setting.
    2. Board certification in a Pharmacotherapy specialty.
    3. Project management and program development experience a plus. Pharmacy residency preceptor experience preferred. Coaching and mentoring of pharmacy staff experience preferred. Demonstrates advanced pharmacy knowledge related to area of practice.

    For questions please contact Christopher McCoy, PharmD, BCPS, BCIDP at

    Apply Here

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