UW Medicine is recruiting for three Health-System Pharmacy Administration and Leadership (HSPAL) Residents. This postgraduate residency training program, which provides twenty-six months of training is centered on the principles of leadership and administration at a large academic health-system. One resident will have an emphasis on Informatics and pursue a Master of Health Informatics & Health Information Management (HIHIM). The other two residents will pursue an Executive Master of Health Administration (MHA). Both degrees are offered through the University of Washington School of Public Health.
The resident will spend the first 12 months developing a firm clinical foundation by completing clinical rotations in a variety of settings. The resident will begin to gain exposure to pharmacy operations and Department of Pharmacy Services administration through completion of projects and involvement with pharmacy leaders. Upon completion, the resident may earn a PGY1 certificate. The resident's first rotation will be orientation and training in the drug distribution service components of the Department of Pharmacy Services. The December rotation is designated for the project and other rotations are selected by the resident from the available PGY1 rotations.
The remaining 14 months focuses on developing leadership and management competencies within health-system pharmacy administration. Rotations may be tailored to the resident's career interests and goals and include:
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Executive Pharmacy Leadership
Drug Purchasing & Supply Chain
Finance & Revenue Cycle
Executive Master of Health Administration (MHA)
Taught through the University of Washington School of Public Health and one of the top MHA programs in the country (US News and World Report), the resident will learn to create, transform, and manage significant elements of health care delivery. The program is comprised primarily of mid-career health services professionals, including clinical practitioners, experienced managers, and administrative staff and heavily focuses on leadership development. Students gain expertise in important conceptual and human skills such as analytic, strategic, and innovative thinking; change leadership communication; and collaborative (team-building) skills. The Executive MHA program is a 2 year program starting in September of the PGY1 year and ending in August of the PGY2 year. Classes meet Thursday – Saturday (8am - 5pm) once a month and there is a weekly teleconference. For more information please visit: https://www.executivemha.uw.edu
Master of Health Informatics & Health Information Management (HIHIM)
Taught through the University of Washington School of Public Health. The resident will be prepared to step into leadership and technology roles in the development and management of enterprise-level health information systems. The program offers a curriculum that combines leadership development with in-depth training in the rapidly changing field of health IT. https://www.health-informatics.uw.edu