The Vice President, Chief Pharmacy Officer (VP CPO) position is located in Indianapolis, IN.
The VP, Chief Pharmacy Officer provides strategic vision, planning, and effective leadership to Community Health Network’s Pharmacy services, ensuring safe, compliant, and cost effective Acute, Ambulatory, and Specialty Pharmacy programs. This leader:
Provides evidence-based clinical decision support for changes that impact system wide medication management and an integrated approach to pharmacy practice.
Is knowledgeable of current and proposed regulations impacting 340B program participation, joint commission and URAC accreditation, and acts on opportunities or risks.
Brings strong clinical and business perspectives to ensure optimal financial performance.
Minimum of ten (10) years progressive pharmacy leadership experience in a multi-hospital and multi-specialty ambulatory health system. Experience managing 340B contract pharmacy, specialty, and mixed use programs. Specialty Pharmacy experience preferred.
PharmD from an accredited college of pharmacy required. Post-graduate degree in business administration, health administration or public health preferred.
Valid Indiana Pharmacist License must be obtained within 6 months of placement.
Communication: Provides timely, concise, and audience-appropriate information verbally and/or in writing.
Strategic thinker and problem solver with an eye for continued process improvement.
Excellent negotiating skills and strong decision-making abilities.
Initiative: Proactively focuses efforts and energy on successfully attaining goals and objectives.
Work Habits and Productivity: Able to maximize time to produce timely, quality results.
Teamwork and Relationship with Others: Collaborates with a variety of individuals by establishing and maintaining constructive relationships.
Customer Focus: Demonstrates commitment to meeting the expectations of internal and external customers.
Performance Management: Translates organizational direction into specific team and individual contributor job expectations, manages performance through effective monitoring, coaching and feedback.
Resource Management: Influences results through appropriate staffing, budgetary management, removing performance barriers and maximizing available resources.
Team Management: Establishes and maintains a collaborative environment capitalizing on employee talents, experience, interests and diversity to reach high performance.
Internal Number: 1902316
About Community Health Network
Community Health Network embraces a servant leadership philosophy by putting the needs of patients, employees, and the community above their own. We strongly believe to provide exceptional healthcare services we need exceptional leaders. A Community leader humbly puts the needs of others first and provides focus and direction to those they have the privilege of leading. They demonstrate compassion in all interactions and are deeply invested in the growth and development of others