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  • 29 Mar 2021 4:25 PM | Anonymous

    Job Title: Clinical Pharmacist, Infectious Diseases

    Location: Winston-Salem, North Carolina

    Overview:

    Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center (WFBMC), is currently searching for motivated candidates for an Infectious Diseases Clinical Pharmacist.  This position is an integral part of a large pharmacy team and progressive group of pharmacy leaders who provide comprehensive pharmacy services throughout the medical center. The Department of Pharmacy’s goal is to enhance its pharmacy operations, advance clinical pharmacy programs, and expand interdisciplinary patient centered care services and pharmacy residency programs.  

    Since 1982, the Infectious Diseases Clinic at Wake Forest has provided HIV medical care for a burgeoning patient population with multiple co-morbidities and significant psychosocial complexity. As one of the largest HIV providers in the state, comprehensive HIV care is provided in the clinic, including primary medical care, full laboratory services, psychology, nutrition, and supportive services. A number of infectious diseases requiring antimicrobial therapies are managed by clinical pharmacist practitioners working in the clinic, including HIV, hepatitis B and C, mycobacterial infections, and infections requiring long-term intravenous and oral antibiotics.

    Responsibilities:

    The Infectious Diseases Clinical Pharmacist will: 

    • Proficiently provide direct patient-centered care in all aspects of the medication-use system while providing comprehensive and individualized pharmaceutical care. 

    Provide care on a rotating basis among three service areas: Infectious Disease Clinic/Outpatient Antimicrobial Therapy, Inpatient Infectious Disease Consults, and Antimicrobial Stewardship. The pharmacist will be an integral member of a team of clinicians who operationalize prior authorization of restricted antimicrobials for the health system.

    • Collaborate with infectious diseases physicians, pharmacy clinical directors/managers, infection prevention, clinical microbiology staff and other professionals. 

    • Develop interventional strategies to maximize appropriate anti-infective utilization and improvement in patient outcomes, including but not limited to guidelines, clinical pathways, restriction criteria, policy development, new laboratory methods and formulary management

    • Establish a means to report and monitor ongoing anti-infective utilization and identified metrics showing effectiveness of the health-system stewardship program

    • Identify opportunities for improvement regarding anti-infective use, including but not limited to performing medication use evaluations, conducting clinical outcomes research, and leading quality improvement projects. 

    • Provide ongoing education to pharmacists, physicians, and other clinicians throughout WFBH by developing educational materials and competencies 

    • Serve as a preceptor for the PGY1 Pharmacy, the PGY2 Infectious Disease, and other residency programs

    • Provide experiential mentorship for Doctor of Pharmacy Students 

    • Participate in hospital committees, interdisciplinary collaboration, integrated operational support, and departmental leadership

    • External presentations, publications, and professional speaking is strongly encouraged and supported    

    Infectious Diseases pharmacists at WFBH facilitate pharmacy services to patient with infectious diseases and collaboratively support direct patient-centered care.

    Position requirements include:

    1.              Education: Doctor of Pharmacy degree from an ACPE accredited College of Pharmacy

    2.              Clinical training and experience: PGY1 Pharmacy residency and PGY2 Infectious Disease residency or fellowship are preferred. At least 2 years of clinical experience in infectious disease pharmacy practice, including HIV care, may be considered in lieu of formal training, and exceptional aptitude or knowledge may be considered in lieu of experience.

    3.              Licensure/certifications: Licensed or eligibility for licensure to practice pharmacy in the state of North Carolina is required. Board of Pharmacy Specialties (BPS) certification is preferred (BCPS or BCIDP). Eligibility for Clinical Pharmacist Practitioner (CPP) approval is preferred.

    Benefits include a competitive salary, excellent health insurance, retirement package, and support for professional travel and professional development.

    EEO Statement:

    Wake Forest Baptist Health is an Equal Opportunity Employer. By embracing diverse skills, perspectives and ideas, we choose to lead. Applications from protected veterans and individuals with disabilities are strongly encouraged.

    Apply Here

    Please contact Meredith Hollinger, PharmD, BCPS, Pharmacy Director II, Acute Care Clinical Services via email at mkhollin@wakehealth.edu with any questions. Confidential inquiries and nominations may be directed to Lauren Way, Talent Acquisitions, at lway@wakehealth.edu.

  • 26 Mar 2021 12:46 PM | Anonymous

    Job Title: Clinical Pharmacy Specialist: Infectious Diseases

    Location: Carilion Clinic, Roanoke, VA

    For more information and to apply, please click the link below.

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  • 23 Mar 2021 2:17 PM | Anonymous

    Clinical Pharmacist Specialist (Infectious Diseases/Antimicrobial Stewardship)

    Location: University Hospital, Newark, New Jersey

    For contact information & to view the details/job description, please click below. 

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  • 05 Mar 2021 12:16 PM | Anonymous

    US-OR-Portland

    Job ID: 21-15966
    Type: Regular Full-Time
    Emanuel Medical Ctr campus

    Overview

    With your expert knowledge of clinical pharmacy, healthcare standards of practice and desire to implement engaging professional development materials, you will help us to create the safest and most welcoming environment for those we treat. Together, we will follow the Legacy mission of making life better for others.

    The Legacy Infectious Disease (ID) Clinical Coordinator is responsible for the facilitation of Legacy’s Antimicrobial Stewardship (ASP) program in partnership with the Antimicrobial Subcommittee of the Pharmacy and Therapeutics (P&T) Committee. This position will work collaboratively with Legacy Infectious Disease physician (pediatric and adult) teams, Microbiology, Infection Control, and Pharmacy Services departments from each Legacy facility. The ID Clinical Coordinator is responsible for ensuring patient-centered, safe, efficacious and cost effective antimicrobial therapy for Legacy patients.


    Responsibilities

    The Clinical Coordinator is responsible for the site-specific coordination of clinical and quality improvement activities. The Clinical Coordinator will participate as a member of a clinical team, composed of Clinical Coordinators from each Legacy hospital, and the Manager for Clinical/Quality Improvement. The team will design, implement and evaluate all activities related to the drug formulary, drug therapy monitoring, and professional development on a Legacy-wide basis.

    Clinical:

    ·       Oversee all formulary reviews as well as drug utilization evaluations for antimicrobials and vaccines

    ·       Help develop and evaluate clinical protocols, algorithms, and/or pathways and order sets, best practice alerts, and decision support to guide infectious diseases management and antimicrobial prescribing practices

    ·       Oversee targeted reviews of infectious disease state management

    ·       Ensure compliance at the system and site level with the Legacy Health antimicrobial formulary

    ·       Work with Microbiology to assess and select antimicrobial testing panels, review Legacy Health’s antibiogram and develop and implement reports, protocols or tools to support stewardship work

    ·       Work with Employee Health and pharmacy leadership to determine flu vaccine supply needs on an annual basis

    ·       Partner with ID physician teams and infection control practitioners to identify and help resolve infectious disease related outbreaks/concerns and assist in reviewing healthcare onset C. difficile cases

    ·       Monitor and facilitate use of advanced microbiology assays including MALDI-TOF and rtPCR to improve clinical outcomes

    ·       Develop and implement a plan for real time prospective audit with intervention for select patient cohorts

    Quality Improvement:

    ·       Formalize new or improve existing site and system level components necessary for supporting successful stewardship practices, including working with IS to develop and improve needed antimicrobial stewardship reports and data capture and with pharmacy sites to implement and maintain prospective audit and intervention practices

    ·       Develop and implement standard work around identified opportunities at the site and system level

    ·       Develop, test and report on quality indicators and metrics for assessing the effectiveness of the Legacy antimicrobial stewardship program

    ·       Coordinate preparation of reporting required by any state or national programs that monitor antimicrobial stewardship outcomes. Metrics may include antimicrobial total spend, antimicrobial cost per case, antimicrobial days of therapy, and changes in antimicrobial resistance patterns.

    ·       Serve as an active member of Pharmacy Clinical Group, LH System Infection Control Committee, LH P&T; and co-chair the LH Antimicrobial Subcommittee of P&T

    Professional Development:

    ·       Assist in the preparation and implementation of pharmacy staff competencies related to antimicrobial stewardship. This may include but is not limited to educational in-services at each medical center’s pharmacy as well as development of online learning modules as needed.

    ·       Provide education for Legacy providers, nurses, students, infection control practitioners and other health care professionals about infectious diseases related medication management issues and updates.

    ·       Precept students and pharmacy residents in ID rotations.

    ·       Contribute to the total body of knowledge in pharmacy practice through publications in professional journals and/or presentations at local or national professional meetings.

    Communications:

    ·       Prepare and disseminate routine ASP newsletter

    ·       Report where opportunities to improve prescribing and use are found and what success any solutions have on those practices

    ·       Report status of quality indicators and metrics on a quarterly basis to the Legacy Antimicrobial Subcommittee of P&T and the Legacy Health Infection Control Committee as well as other Legacy committees as requested


    Qualifications

    Education:

    As required by licensure.PGY1 training and PGY2 specialty training in Infectious Disease are required.

    Experience:

    A minimum of two years of experience in hospital practice required. A minimum of one year post-residency clinical experience in the management of an institutional antimicrobial stewardship program is required. Three years of experience is preferred. Keyboard skills and ability to navigate electronic systems applicable to job functions.

    LEGACY’S VALUES IN ACTION:

    Follows guidelines set forth in Legacy’s Values in Action.

    Equal Opportunity Employer/Vet/Disabled

    Apply Here

    PI131272120


  • 04 Mar 2021 2:22 PM | Anonymous

    The Division of Pharmacy at MD Anderson Cancer Center strives to be the industry leader in providing premier patient-centered care, based on excellence and innovation in patient care, services, research and education. We strive to ensure safe, effective and cost-conscious medication use and to work with our health care colleagues to promote optimal drug therapy outcomes through the development of integrated, quality programs.


    Clinical Pharmacy Practice 
    • Develops and/or maintains an active clinical pharmacy practice on the assigned service(s), actively participates in inpatient rounds and/or outpatient clinic coverage, including on-call and weekend coverage as assigned.
    • Collaborates with the multidisciplinary healthcare team to optimize the pharmacotherapeutic aspects of patient care. 
    • Manages the medication therapy of individual patients (in collaboration with the healthcare team); develops, recommends, implements, monitors, and redesigns drug therapy regimens to optimize therapy; performs these tasks within the position/professional scope of practice and institutional and department policy and procedures.
    • Manages daily patient medication problems and emergency situations as they arise and documents activities in the electronic health record appropriately (interventions, notes, handoffs, etc).
    • Provides timely follow-up on the clinical effects of the medication regimen with adjustments as necessary to achieve optimal outcomes and documents actions.
    • Provides drug and clinical information to other healthcare professionals.
    • Develops and communicates specific pharmacotherapeutic plans for individual patients. 
    • Provides accurate and timely medication reconciliation and updates of medication list.
    • Identifies and intervenes appropriately to resolve potential medication problems of all assigned patients. 
    • Evaluates and provides recommendations on pharmacokinetic or nutrition consults as applicable.
    • Participates in discharge planning for assigned inpatients. 
    • Proactively assesses patient's financial status and addresses barriers.
    • Appropriately participates in and guides medical staff to comply with institutional standards, initiatives, and guidelines (ABN's, prior authorization requirements, reimbursement optimization, formulary management, REMS programs, drug shortage programs

    Education and Training 
    • Provides effective medication and practice-related education or counseling to patients and caregivers.
    • Provides accurate and timely medication, treatment guidelines, formulary, and other pertinent information to members of the healthcare team.
    • Demonstrates a desire and an aptitude for teaching that includes mastery of the four preceptor roles when teaching clinical problem solving (instructing, modeling, coaching, and facilitating) to trainees.
    • Demonstrates the ability to provide comprehensive and constructive criteria-based feedback and evaluation of resident/student performance including an assessment, identification of opportunities for improvements and an actionable plan.
    • Serves as an effective preceptor for resident, student, and other trainee clinical learning experiences.
    • Effectively precepts other trainee-required experiences including oncology forum, research projects, grand rounds, MUEs, etc.
    • Collaborates with student and residency leadership to coordinate individual learning experiences.
    • Attends and actively participates in trainee learning activities including grand rounds, student presentations, pharmacy pearls, journal club, grand rounds workshops, etc.
    • Provides didactic lectures, in-services, shared student instruction or attends case conference presentations to trainees.
    • Models professional behavior to orient, mentor, and train new clinical staff on patient care services, policy and procedures, and normal operating procedures (in collaboration with the Clinical Manager).

    Clinical Support 
    • Appropriately uses technology to facilitate safe and efficient delivery and communication of patient care (electronic health record, mobile devices, laptops, VPN, etc.).
    • Participates in medication-related processes to assess, evaluate, maintain and improve the delivery of patient care.
    • Actively participates in institutional initiatives to develop, improve, validate and implement research and standard of patient care tools (ordersets, treatment plans, algorithms, patient education materials, etc.) to optimize patient care and safety.
    • Adheres to regulatory/compliance policies and procedures that govern the profession and scope of practice. 
    • Completes pharmacy protocol reviews to facilitate the IRB submission processes.
    • Critically analyzes their own practice, experience, medical literature, and other information resources for the purposes of self-improvement.
    • Obtains/maintains required and preferred licenses, certifications, training, and continuing education prior to the deadlines including but not limited to preceptor certificate, pharmacist license, BLS, ACLS, service specific competencies, DTM, sterile compounding certification and process validation (as assigned), etc.
    • Consistently documents and reviews clinical activity/interventions appropriately.
    • Uses professional judgment and language to report safety events utilizing the institutional and federal government systems (UHC Safety Intelligence System, Medwatch, etc.).
    • Consistently models service excellence.
    • Attends and actively participates in committees/meetings (e.g., Division of Pharmacy, Disease Site and Institutional).
    • Demonstrates effective oral and written communication skills.
    • Aligns all patient care activities and project work with departmental and institutional policies, business model/needs, goals, and vision.
    • Other duties as assigned.

    Education Required:
    Pharm.D degree. 

    Experience Required:
    Pharmacy Practice Residency (PGY 1) and Residency in the area of specialization (PGY 2). 
    Experience as a clinical pharmacist in the area of specialization may substitute for the required residency on a one to one basis. 

    Certification / Licensure (all of the following) Required:
    • Texas State Board of Pharmacy Pharmacist license within 90 days of job entry.
    • American Heart Association (AHA) Basic Life Support (BLS) certification within 30 days of job entry

    Apply Here

  • 24 Feb 2021 3:22 PM | Anonymous

    Assistant/Associate Professor Faculty Position

    Department of Clinical Pharmacy & Outcomes Sciences

    Medical University of South Carolina College of Pharmacy

    The Department of Clinical Pharmacy and Outcome Sciences at the Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) College of Pharmacy is seeking an ambitious individual for a full-time, 12-month, non-tenure track (optional tenure track) faculty position at the rank of Assistant or Associate Professor with a focus in infectious disease and antimicrobial stewardship.

    The successful applicant will be actively involved in didactic and experiential teaching in the Doctor of Pharmacy program and serve as the Clinical Pharmacy Specialist, Pediatric Antibiotic Stewardship at the MUSC Shawn Jenkins Children’s Hospital (MUSC SJCH). 

    Faculty expectations will include coordination of infectious disease-related courses (e.g., Microbiology), providing didactic lectures, facilitation of laboratories or small group discussions, providing experiential rotations in infectious disease and antibiotic stewardship, and other duties, as assigned.  The faculty member will serve on department, college, or university committees as requested by the Chair or the Dean. The faculty member will attend all departmental and college meetings. Scholarship is expected.

    Qualifications for the position include a Doctor of Pharmacy degree from an ACPE-accredited College/School of Pharmacy, an active South Carolina pharmacist license, completion of a residency in infectious disease (a PGY1 Pharmacy Residency and two years of relevant clinical pharmacy experience may substitute for the infectious disease residency), excellent oral and written communication skills, and a strong interest in teaching and advancing pharmacy practice.  Previous experience in teaching pharmacy students is preferred.  The faculty member must maintain current certification in Basic Life Support and must be BLS certified within 3 months of hire date.  Additionally, Board of Pharmacy Specialties certification in infectious disease is preferred and expected within 2 years of hire date.

    Expected assignment of percent effort:

    Teaching               40%

    Scholarship            5%

    Service                    5%

    Clinical Practice     50%


    Clinical Pharmacy Specialist Job Description

    Position Description

    The Clinical Pharmacy Specialist, Pediatric Antimicrobial Stewardship provides coordinated and comprehensive clinical pharmacy services to patients cared for by the MUSC Shawn Jenkins Children’s Hospital (MUSC SJCH). The specialist optimizes patient outcomes while providing leadership in clinical practice, education, and scholarly activities. Services include but are not limited to:  drug therapy management in collaboration with the medical and pharmacy team, patient counseling, addressing the needs of nursing personnel regarding drug disposition and usage, health care professional and trainee education, and ensuring timely and medically appropriate dispensing of medications to patients, when appropriate. The Pediatric Antimicrobial Stewardship specialist is part of a multidisciplinary antimicrobial stewardship team with a goal of achieving appropriate antimicrobial selection to optimize clinical outcomes, improve patient safety, and impede the development of drug-resistant microorganisms for adult and pediatric patients.

    Job Responsibility

    Clinical Pharmacy Services

    • Participates as an integral member of the assigned patient care team. Assists with therapeutic decisions such as drug product selection, drug dosing, and therapeutic drug monitoring
    • Develops patient care plans in concert with the medical and pharmacy team
    • Recommends therapy or alternative approaches based on interpretation of relevant medical literature and clinical experience
    • Makes recommendations in a clear, succinct, and appropriate manner
    • Considers age, weight, and organ function when evaluating patients and patient's therapies
    • Interviews patients/caregivers and conducts physical assessments in a tactful and appropriate manner to determine medical history, previous medication use, medical condition, and response to therapy
    • Interprets laboratory and other patient-specific data to develop treatment plans and monitor response to therapy
    • Applies pharmacokinetic principles to achieve efficacious, safe, and economical therapeutic regimens
    • Responds to therapeutic queries posed by physicians and other health care providers
    • Identifies and manages drug-related problems such as complications resulting from drug therapy (e.g., ineffective therapy, allergic reactions, drug interactions, adverse drug reactions)
    • Performs basic cardiac life support and participates in drug therapy management during medical emergencies, if applicable
    • Ensures a continuum of care by cooperating with other health professional and outside health organizations
    • Counsels patients and/or caregivers as to proper drug administration, potential adverse reactions, and medication storage
    • Provides on-call service on a rotational basis, as applicable
    • Cooperates with the program assistant and other financial support personnel to acquire medications for indigent patients, as applicable
    • Provides clinical pharmacy services to the pediatric infectious disease consult service, including daily rounds, if feasible
    • Serves as a pharmacy liaison to the microbiology lab and infection control group
    • Serves as the MUSC SJCH contact for anti-infective formulary decisions, including restrictions and shortages management and communicates with other SJCH pharmacy team members about these issues
    • Attends meetings related to antimicrobial stewardship projects and clinical services on a local, state, and national level.
    Distributive Pharmacy Services
    • Coordinates the timely, accurate delivery, and administration of medication to patients in conjunction with pharmacy and nursing team members, as applicable
    • Identifies and resolves daily operational and/or clinical problems which arise in his/her area of practice working with staff from other departments, as necessary
    • Facilitates referrals for prior authorizations and patient assistance in a timely manner, when needed
    • Verifies medication orders after evaluating all necessary information (e.g., therapeutic need, formulary status, accurate dosing information), if applicable
    Drug Information / Scholarly Activities
    • Retrieves, analyzes, evaluates, and interprets the scientific literature as a means of providing audience specific drug information
    • Participates in scholarly activity and keeps department informed of developments in area of expertise
    • Prepares and presents formulary reviews of drugs or drug therapy classes to the Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee in the area of expertise
    • Works with drug information staff to solicit ideas for anti-infective related medication use evaluations

    Staff Development, Education and Training Activities

    • Provides in-service education to physicians, nurses, and other health care professionals (minimum of one in-service per month)
    • Serves as a preceptor for baccalaureate and PharmD students and residents
    • Attends hospital, medical, and pharmacy department conferences
    • Actively participates as a presenter in departmental staff development programs
    • Orients and trains all new personnel in assigned areas, as applicable
    • Serves as the primary educational resource for anti-infective related topics related to Anti-infective Subcommittee initiatives

    System of Care / Documentation of Pharmaceutical Care / Project Manager

    • Serves as a liaison between the clinical service team and/or ICCE physician and nurse leadership and the Department of Pharmacy
    • Develops pharmacy systems and operations for optimizing clinical pharmacy care to patients on the respective service team or ICCE
    • Coordinates review of medication history for accuracy, comparing inpatient medications to home medications, and reconciling discrepancies with appropriate prescribers, as applicable
    • Participates on medical rounds while providing support and structure for all pharmacists rounding on associated service teams
    • Coordinates completion of discharge counseling on appropriate patients (e.g., high-risk for readmission, high-risk medication regimen), as applicable
    • In conjunction with other team members, develops, implements and complies with drug-use programs policies such as critical pathways, treatment algorithms, targeted-drug programs, treatment guidelines, and protocols
    • Works with other health care providers and relevant policy-making committees to establish policy or implement improvements that improve drug therapy outcomes (efficacy, safety, cost effectiveness) and overall quality of patient care
    • Establishes processes to evaluate the cost effectiveness and quality of service-related outcomes
    • Adheres to all drug use policy and formulary decisions of the Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee
    • Evaluates and documents the impact of clinical pharmacy services upon patient care outcomes (e.g., clinical outcomes, quality of life outcomes, and cost outcomes)
    • Participates in departmental programs such as clinical documentation, process improvement, monitored drug program, medication occurrence reporting (PSI), and adverse drug reaction reporting
    • Documents interventions, including therapeutic recommendations and patient education, in the electronic health record
    • Identifies, develops, and implements the necessary infrastructure, procedures, and relationships for a successful Antimicrobial Stewardship Team
    • Serves on the Anti-infective Subcommittee of the Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee
    • Collects data related to anti-infective prescribing and utilization and report to pharmacy, physicians, hospital leadership, and state and national authorities, as applicable.
    • Serves as a resource for other pharmacy clinical specialists for collaborative efforts to improve anti-infective use
    • Develops and achieves annual quality and financial goals for anti-infective utilization
    • Measures quality and financial success by establishing appropriate indicators, such as resistance patterns and anti-infective cost per patient day
    • Ensures compliance with anti-infective-related clinical pathways and guidelines (e.g., hospital-acquired pneumonia, CMS guidelines for Surgical Infection Prevention)

    Apply Here 

  • 23 Feb 2021 2:13 PM | Anonymous

    Introduction:

    For 129 years, Norton Healthcare’s faith heritage has guided its mission to provide quality health care to all those it serves. Today, Norton Healthcare is a leader in serving adult and pediatric patients throughout Greater Louisville, Southern Indiana, the commonwealth of Kentucky and beyond. The hospital and health care system is the Louisville areas third largest private employer, providing care at more than 210 locations throughout Greater Louisville and Southern Indiana. The Louisville-based not-for-profit system includes five Louisville hospitals with 1,837 licensed beds; seven outpatient centers; 13 Norton Immediate Care Centers; nearly 12,500 employees; more than 730 employed medical providers; and approximately 2,000 total physicians on its medical staff. The organization has consistently been recognized as one of the best places to work in Metro Louisville, the state of Kentucky and nationally. In 2014, Norton Healthcare was named by Healthiest Employers as the seventh healthiest place to work in the country. More information about Norton Healthcare is available at NortonHealthcare.com .

    Norton Healthcare is recruiting an infectious diseases pharmacist to join the antimicrobial stewardship team consisting of four other adult infectious diseases pharmacists. Norton Healthcare uses EPIC as an integrated inpatient and outpatient medical record providing streamlined transitions within the community. The large clinical microbiology laboratory is supported with numerous rapid diagnostic technologies, trained technical staff, and a PhD microbiologist. Norton Healthcare is a training site for surrounding pharmacy schools and has several pharmacy residency training programs. The system has an established, multidisciplinary antimicrobial stewardship program whose mission is to optimize clinical outcomes while minimizing adverse consequences of antimicrobial use, including toxicity, the selection of pathogenic organisms, and the emergence of resistance, and to reduce health care costs without adversely impacting quality of care. 

    Job description:

    The Clinical Pharmacist Specialist- Infectious Diseases role is to provide evidence-based collaborative patient-centered care to Norton Healthcare patients. The primary responsibility of the clinical pharmacist specialist is to optimize antimicrobial medication therapy utilizing traditional and novel mechanisms within the electronic health record to deliver antibiotic recommendations. This integrated approach to prospective audit and feedback allows the specialist to practice in a way that maximizes their knowledge and enhances the delivery of efficacious and safe antimicrobial therapy. Other activities include:
     

    ·       Work collaboratively with physicians and other members of the healthcare team to develop programs/guidelines that improve antimicrobial stewardship practice and patient outcomes.

    ·       Provide efficient cost-effective antimicrobial stewardship and patient-centered care.

    ·       Provide verbal and written consultations concerning antimicrobial medication therapy on a daily basis.

    ·       Participates in implementation and maintenance of guidelines and order sets.

    ·       Participate in the educational experience pharmacy students, PGY1 residents, and the ID PGY2 resident

    ·       Provide education to physicians, nurses and other members of the health care team.

    ·       Provide presentations, publications and other informative activities related to specialty practice.

    ·       Detect, monitor and report adverse drug events.

    ·       Represent the antimicrobial stewardship program on applicable committees and teams.

    ·       Provides input and guidance for management of medication formulary.

    ·       Provide on call coverage for infectious diseases questions on a rotational basis. 

     
    This position requires a high level of interaction with physicians, nurses, patients, other health care providers, as well as pharmacy management in problem solving and project interaction.  The employee is responsible for: supporting and facilitating the QI process through on-going development and monitoring of performance improvement indicators; growth and facilitation of Pharmacy work teams to meet quality, clinical standards of care; assisting the Director to provide effective and efficient use of all resources and for ensuring budget and value proposition targets are met. Work involves non-standardized tasks requiring specialized professional judgment.  


    Qualifications:

    Required

    ·       Graduate of an accredited school of pharmacy. 

    ·       Completion of PGY-2 residency in Infectious Diseases or equivalent applicable experience.

    ·       Current pharmacist license in Kentucky or eligible for licensure.

    Preferred

    ·       Board Certified Pharmacotherapy Specialist (BCPS) or Board certified in area of specialty, if applicable. 

    ·       Knowledge of Microsoft Office

    Benefits:

    Norton Healthcare offers a competitive benefit package including:

    ·       Medical, Dental and Vision Insurance

    ·       Paid Vacation, Sick Days and Holidays

    ·       Short and Long Term Disability

    ·       403b Plan

    ·       Flexible Spending Accounts (FSA)

    ·       College Savings Plan 

    ·       Downtown Fitness Center

    ·       Free Parking 

    ·       Comprehensive Wellness Program 

    Additional Information:

    For additional information about the position, contact Ashley Wilde, PharmD, BCPS-AQ ID at Ashley.Wilde@nortonhealthcare.org

    Apply Here

  • 02 Feb 2021 12:15 PM | Anonymous

    Position Title: Infectious Disease Specialist - Pharmacy 

    Location: Territory: East Coast geography – can live in any major metropolitan city east of Dallas within 30 mins of airport, Atlanta, NYC, Chicago, etc 

    Description

    The Infectious Disease Specialist works with GenMark’s sales organization to increase the adoption rate and optimize usage of the company’s products in hospital laboratories.  With a strong understanding of clinical microbiology, infectious diseases and antimicrobial stewardship, the Infectious Disease Specialist will collaborate to deliver presentations to different customer audiences including: laboratorians, physicians, infection preventionists, pharmacists, clinical nursing staff and other healthcare professionals.  The role also entails supporting customers through their implementation process by acting as a consultant on topics related to laboratory adoption, regulatory requirements, result interpretation and clinical management.   

     

    POSITION REQUIREMENTS

    ·       Regular travel with the company’s sales organization to help qualify opportunities and achieve commercial sales goals. 

    ·       Develop a deep understanding of company products and present technical information to different audiences that have various degrees of scientific and clinical experience.

    ·       Project Management mentality – passion for aligning different workstreams, stakeholders and priorities to a singular goal and timeline.

    ·       Work with internal teams to transfer different types of information and content to help create and update training materials.

    ·       Assist Scientific Affairs with projects such as publication and study initiatives, data analysis and KOL management.

    ·       Stay current on trends within the industry while maintaining relevant credentials.

    ·       Develop strong internal relationships with Marketing and R&D and provide consistent customer feedback/VOC to help drive new product development and improvements.

    ·       Attend and participate in required sales and industry meetings.

    ·       Complete training and administrative responsibilities in a timely manner.

     

    Education and Experience 

    ·        Bachelor Degree with advanced degree (Doctorate in Pharmacy) is required. Minimum 5-years experience practicing in ID clinical pharmacy is a plus.

     

    CERTIFICATIONS, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS

    ·       BCPS-AQ ID or BCIDP preferred

    Skills – Technical/General

    ·       Deep knowledge base of clinical microbiology workflows, antimicrobial stewardship and experience implementing new / rapid diagnostics.

    ·       Knowledge of GenMark’s Infectious Disease diagnostic products is a plus.

    ·       Excellent interpersonal skills, with ability to interact effectively and work efficiently with people at all levels in an organization.

    ·       Comfortable presenting technical and scientific information to audiences with varying degrees of expertise. 

    ·       Knowledge of Microsoft Excel, Powerpoint, Word and Outlook required. Salesforce knowledge a plus.

    ·       Demonstrated ability to work on multiple tasks is required.

    ·       Customer service focus and a professional attitude.

    ·       Ability to travel up to 50%

    ·       A valid driver's license.

    ·       Must reside in the geography or be willing to relocate to it.

     

    Apply Here


  • 28 Jan 2021 9:13 AM | Anonymous

    CLINICAL PHARMACY SPECIALIST, INFECTIOUS DISEASE:

    Title: Clinical Pharmacy Specialist, Infectious Disease

    Location: Kansas City area Prominent 600 Bed Regional Referral Hospital

    Description:

    Kansas City area Prominent 600 Bed Regional Referral Hospital. We are presently seeking a Clinical Pharmacy Specialist in Infectious Disease. As Clinical Pharmacy Specialist, you will report to the Director of Pharmacy and Clinical Pharmacy Manager.

    The Clinical Pharmacy Infectious Diseases Specialist assumes responsibility for the medication management of patients receiving antimicrobial agents. The Clinical Infectious Diseases Pharmacist assumes compliance with best practices and use of cost effective therapies, including the antimicrobial stewardship program. The Clinical Infectious Diseases Pharmacist becomes involved integrally in the education of pharmacy residents, medical residents, and medical students.

    Responsibilities

    ·         Didactic and experiential education, post-graduate education

    ·         Provide care in an active clinical practice and stewardship program at the practice site

    ·         Collaborative clinical research or other scholarly activity

    ·         Service to the department, college and community

    Requirements: Successful candidates must possess the Doctor of Pharmacy degree and have completed PGY2 Infectious Diseases residency and/or fellowship training or possess equivalent experience. Candidates must be eligible for licensure in the State of Kansas.

    Preferred qualifications: Board certification or experience in infectious diseases clinical pharmacy and antimicrobial stewardship is desirable.

    Inquiries/Applicants: Application review and interviews will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. Interviews are expected to be conducted via virtual meetings.

    Apply Here

    For more information contact:

    Bob Costa, CPC

    Cerna, Inc.

    401-885-1002

    Email: bob.costa@sierrastaffing.com

  • 27 Jan 2021 9:14 AM | Anonymous

    Clinical Specialist, Pharmacy Services - ORMC Inpatient Pharmacy - Days

    Location:  Orlando Health Orlando Regional Medical Center (ORMC)

    Department: ORMC Pharmacy Services

    Clinical Pharmacy Specialist – Infectious Disease

    Orlando Regional Medical Center, an 808-bed tertiary care teaching facility, seeks a highly qualified clinical pharmacist to participate in direct patient care activities in Infectious Disease and Antimicrobial Stewardship.

    Facility and Department Overview

    Orlando Regional Medical Center is the flagship hospital of Orlando Health, one of Florida’s most comprehensive not-for-profit Health Systems.

    • Central Florida’s only Level I Trauma Center with over 4,000 trauma patients per year
    • 252 Medical Residents and Fellows (including 4 Infectious Diseases medical fellows), 4 PGY-1Pharmacy Residents, 2 PGY-2 Critical Care Pharmacy Residents, 1 PGY-2 Emergency Medicine Pharmacy Resident, 1 PGY-2 Oncology Pharmacy Resident
    • 115 Team Member Pharmacy Department providing service 24 X 7
    • A team of 10 PGY-2 or equivalent trained Clinical Pharmacy Specialists focusing on Infectious Diseases, Medical Critical Care, Surgical Critical Care, Neurocritical Care, Surgery/Trauma, Nutrition Support, Emergency Medicine, Hematology/Oncology, and Internal Medicine.
    • Majority of Clinical Staff Pharmacists are PGY-1 Residency Trained
    • Decentralized and Satellite services specializing in Critical Care, Burn/Trauma, Intermediate Critical Care, Cardiology, Orthopedics, Surgery, Medicine, Oncology and the Operating Room.
    • CPOE / EPIC, Alaris Smart IV Pumps, SwissLog BoxPicker, Omnicell
    • Drug Information Center, Pharmacy Intranet Resources, Antimicrobial Stewardship Team
    • Extensive New Hire Orientation and Ongoing Staff Education Programs
    • Excellent Benefits plus Competitive Salary

    Position Overview

    This Infectious Disease position offers an excellent opportunity to directly impact patient care and medication safety.

    Partner with two existing infectious diseases-trained pharmacists to direct an existing antimicrobial stewardship program. 

    Actively participate on patient care rounds with the medical teaching ID consult service; provide therapeutic consultation as requested.

    • Provide support for the training of an infectious diseases physician fellowship program.  
    • Offer continuous quality improvement through creation and revision of order sets, protocols, guidelines and policies.
    • Collaboration on various multidisciplinary and corporate committees, including but not limited to, the Antimicrobial Utilization Stewardship Subcommittee and Infection Prevention and Control Committee. 
    • Serve as a mentor and drug information specialist for a growing decentralized clinical pharmacy staff.
    • Participate in multi-discipline clinical translational research projects.
    • Opportunities to precept PGY-1 pharmacy residents, PGY-2 Critical Care, Emergency Medicine, and Oncology pharmacy residents, as well as pharmacy students and medical students. 
    • Create institutional antibiograms, track antibiotic use density, and assist the laboratory on the clinical impact of new infectious diseases diagnostic techniques. 
    • Participate in daily antimicrobial stewardship activities including prior approval of restricted antimicrobials, retrospective review and feedback for select high risk antimicrobials and monitoring patients for antimicrobial streamlining.
    • Participate in pandemic response planning and coordination through developed task force.

    Position Requirements:

    Education/Training

    • Pharmacy degree (Bachelor of Science, Pharm.D. or clinically oriented Master of Science) and successful completion of post graduate residency/fellowship training (or commensurate experience).

    Licensure/Certification

    • Must be licensed as a pharmacist by the Florida Board of Pharmacy or obtain license within 4 months of hire.

    Experience

    • One (1) year of hospital clinical practice experience or completion of an ASHP-accredited residency

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