The Ambulatory Clinical Pharmacist provides comprehensive pharmaceutical care for patients in the ambulatory setting. This consists of ensuring drug therapy that results in safe, effective, and cost-conscious use of pharmaceuticals. In addition, the pharmacist ensures patients have appropriate access to prescribed medications and are provided with medication education as well as adherence tools when needed/appropriate. This pharmacist must demonstrate excellent interdisciplinary communication and exhibit strong educational and precepting abilities.
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Clinical coordinator for ambulatory clinical services (2)
These coordinators will report to a clinical manager and have ambulatory clinical pharmacist direct reports. Responsibilities will include leading bi-weekly check-ins with pharmacists, overseeing Workday check-ins, approving timecards and creating a plan for pharmacist coverage (when necessary, ex: FMLA), identifying and escalating workflow issues or opportunities to the clinical manager (includes both pharmacist workflows and PPA issues identified), as well as other project specific work assigned by the clinical manger. The role will also maintain a staffing component in a clinic setting. We’re going to be looking for candidates with 3-5+ years of clinical experience who is interested in leadership.
Provide comprehensive pharmaceutical care to ambulatory patients including but not limited to evaluation of drug interactions, contraindications, dosage, renal/hepatic dysfunction, duration of therapy, appropriateness of therapy and need for therapeutic drug monitoring.
Evaluate and address medication access and adherence needs for ambulatory patients.
Educate ambulatory patients and/or caregivers to improve patient understanding, adherence and outcomes.
Participates in medication reconciliation for clinic patients as appropriate
Continually reports medication incidents and adverse drug reactions in the health system's event reporting system and participates in medication incident review, peer review, or other activities to establish safe medication systems.
Shares pharmaceutical expertise by coordinating and providing educational presentations or in-services for pharmacy and non-pharmacy staff.
Supports pharmacy residency programs, clerkship students and interns by precepting organized rotations, providing timely and constructive feedback, participating in training and orientation, providing mentorship, and collaborating on presentations and projects.
Actively participates in organizational and departmental performance improvement efforts to strengthen existing systems, processes, policies and procedures by introducing new ideas that lead to improved pharmaceutical care in clinical areas and in the pharmacy department as a whole.
*Must be able to perform the professional, clinical and or technical competencies of the assigned unit or department.
*Note: These statements are intended to describe the essential functions of the job and are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities. Skills and duties may vary dependent upon your department or unit. Other duties may be assigned as required.
The University of Kansas Health System is the region's premier academic medical center, providing a full range of care. The health system is affiliated with the University of Kansas Schools of Medicine, Nursing and Health Professions, and their various leading-edge research projects. Many health care organizations talk about a multidisciplinary approach to patient care. Only at an academic medical center like The University of Kansas Health System will you find the necessary level of knowledge and scientific inquiry to support that level of care, where specialists in different medical fields work together to make the right decisions for each patient.
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In November 2017, the health system opened an additional 11 floor hospital tower north of the main campus adding 124 beds and 7 OR suites bringing the total lic...ensed bed number to over 850. The new Cambridge Tower A has allowed for expansion of services including specialized surgeries, oncology, neurosciences and otolaryngology. The strategic plan for the next 30 years includes 3 additional towers for future growth.