Indiana University Health is offering a one-year PGY2 residency in pharmacy informatics. The resident will gain knowledge and experience in the development, maintenance, and management of effective pharmacy information systems and associated projects for a multi-site healthcare system. This includes clinical decision support, electronic prescribing, eMAR, automation, integration/interfaces, and smart pump functionality. The residency year consists of longitudinal rotations as well as short-term focused rotations around particular topics. Opportunities for teaching at Butler University and the on-site training of pharmacy students and residents are available. The resident has the option to complete one-month patient care or medication safety rotation outside of the informatics department. Completion of a major residency project is expected.
Indiana University Health is a multi-hospital system that includes both academic and community facilities. The Indiana University Health Information Services department supports all of the Indiana University Health facilities. The objectives of this residency are in accordance with those developed by ASHP for an informatics specialty residency.
The qualified applicant must possess either a Bachelor of Sciences in Pharmacy degree or a Doctor of Pharmacy degree from an accredited college of pharmacy and must be eligible for Indiana licensure. Completion of a prior PGY1 Residency, or 3 – 5 years of recent equivalent experience, is required.
About Indiana University Health
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