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SUPPLY CHAIN AND CLINICAL INFORMATICS
Position: Pharmacist Specialist – Supply Chain and Clinical Informatics
Overview of roles and responsibilities:
Drug Shortage Management
Drug Utilization Management & Financial Stewardship
Medication Management Systems Maintenance & Implementation
Project and Change Management
Description: The Pharmacy Supply Chain and Clinical Informatics Specialist will oversee the UC Davis Health drug shortage management plan including monitoring and forecasting medication shortages, operationalizing action plans to mitigate shortage impact, and provide supply chain and clinical expertise for product substitutions. In collaboration with clinical leaders, this person will lead and drive new and alternative product selection based on best financial practices and clinical evidence. In addition to drug-shortage oversight, they will maintain organization-wide inventory management systems and ensure system design and integration with other medication management systems to enhance safety & efficiency within the med-use process. The Pharmacy Supply Chain and Clinical Informatics Specialist will serve as the primary liaison to the IT technical teams with regards to all med-use management workflows & will be recognized as the department content expert in navigating and implementing med-use systems & technology.
As part of a top-rated hospital in California which provides world class care in 150 specialties, the UC Davis Medical Center Department of Pharmacy has board certified preceptors in every specialized practice setting. We are proud to provide our residents a diverse learning experience in both the acute and ambulatory care settings, at various training sites throughout Sacramento, California. The city of Sacramento is home to a beautifully diverse community, and it is our goal to recruit a residency class that is reflective of the population we serve. The UC Davis Department of Pharmacy both prioritizes and embraces the values of diversity, equity, and inclusion in our residency programs. Students and residents who identify as underrepresented minorities (URM) or those with diverse individual perspectives and experiences are strongly encouraged to apply.
Our department offers 15 unique residency training programs, and we encourage you to explore our program pages to learn more about how each program is uniquely designed.