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The Pharmacy Operations Manager within the Weinberg Pharmacy Division provides oversight of oncology pharmacy operations at The Johns Hopkins Hospital as part of the Sidney Kimmel Comprehensive Cancer Center, along with 50 surgery beds. Oversight includes clinical pharmacy generalists on evening and night shift, along with pharmacy technicians.
Major initiatives within the Weinberg Pharmacy Division include continued planning and optimization of current and future Weinberg pharmacy space to meet USP 797/800 requirements, implementation of new workflow technology, expansion of ambulatory oncology services, and continued collaboration with other sites to optimize oncology pharmacy practice across the health system. The position will also provide support for advanced level technician roles.
This role will also:
Play a key role as a representative within and between the Cancer Center and Department of Pharmacy to assure positive relations and resulting efficiencies and collaboration.
Provide necessary support for ongoing orientation, education, training and development to assure necessary recruitment and retention of well-trained and motivated pharmacy staff.
Work closely with an interdisciplinary team to evaluate, develop and implement strong guidelines and protocols to ensure quality, safety, customer service, precise tracking mechanisms and cost containment in the acute and ambulatory care setting.
Provide mechanisms and systems for tracking and accountability related to distribution, safety, charge capture and billing practices based on existing and new regulatory guidelines.
Provide operational support for navigating various drug shortages that occur with chemotherapy and supportive care agents.
Evaluate appropriate staffing levels based on patient volumes and clinical and operational needs and recommend the most effective model for existing and/or additional staff needs.
Support Investigational Drug Services operations for acute care patients.
Assure that pharmacists are integral members of the interdisciplinary clinical team.
Assist in the training of staff across various settings.
Assure the proper functioning and optimal use of integrated information systems to provide timely, accurate response to issues relating to safety, quality and cost allocation.
Anand Khandoobhai, PharmD, MS
Division Director, Weinberg Pharmacy
The Johns Hopkins Hospital – Department of Pharmacy
600 North Wolfe Street – Carnegie 180
Baltimore, MD 21287
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