Leads pharmacy operations and clinical services as assigned. Coordinates pharmacy personnel and practice for medication management systems, safety, regulatory and quality to ensure that optimal patient care is provided to patients and customers. Manages, coordinates and develops pharmacy staff, financial resources through program development; staff recruitment; hiring, supervision and evaluation of staff; development and monitoring of departmental budgets; performance improvement and competency activities.
There is one clinical manager position open at United Hospital in St. Paul, MN. The other clinical manager position open is at Mercy Hospital in Coon Rapids, MN.
Oversees clinical and operational performance.
Identifies and implements systems to support safe and appropriate medication use consistent with professional standards.
Ensures medications are assessed and monitored.
Develops and implements department policies and procedures.
Develops and implements new programs to support patient clinical outcomes.
Ensures medications are being dispensed accurately and appropriately.
Directs drug utilization and optimization initiatives.
Provides oversight or contributes to the maintenance of adequate pharmacy inventory and works to identify alternatives as needed.
Contributes to development and implementation of quality and performance improvement plans.
May coordinate departmental purchasing of routinely used supplies as well as capital expenditures.
May provide oversight of controlled substance monitoring and risk reduction strategies.
May provide or coordinate programs to provide medication education and drug information to patients, pharmacy staff, and other hospital staff.
May provide oversight/direction for use and maintenance of department technology.
Represents pharmacy on multidisciplinary committees at local level.
Contributes clinical and/or operational leadership towards system pharmacy work.
May oversee clinical and operational performance at multiple pharmacy locations.
May develop and implement strategies in support of Allina’s 340B program in partnership with system and site pharmacy leadership.
Management of staff.
Performance management of employee, including performance reviews.
Hires and onboards new employees.
Trains, orients and maintains competencies for employees.
Maintains or delegates scheduling and time off approval.
Maintains optimal staffing.
Responsible for engagement of employees and contributing to annual department-wide engagement plan.
May be responsible for implementing and negotiating labor contract requirements and works with labor representatives to maintain positive relationships.
May serve as primary preceptor for Pharmacy Resident and Pharmacy Students.
May oversee management of staff at multiple pharmacy locations.
Assists in developing and monitoring departmental budgets.
Reviews financial reports and completes analyses as needed.
Initiates cost reduction measures where appropriate.
May oversee financial management at multiple pharmacy locations.
Manages pharmacy staff productivity.
May oversee Allina’s 340B program.
Other duties as assigned.
Bachelor's degree Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy required or
Doctoral/Ph.D. level advanced degree Doctor of Pharmacy required
Residency and/or Fellowship preferred
Master's degree in business or health care related area preferred
2+ years of pharmacist experience required
2+ years of health system pharmacy leadership experience for hospital required
Completion of a HSPAL Residency preferred
Licensed Pharmacist - MN Board of Pharmacy required upon hire
Pharmacotherapy Certification or other specialty area upon hire preferred
Allina Health is a nonprofit health system that cares for individuals, families and communities throughout Minnesota and western Wisconsin. Our compassionate and expert team provides care for people at every stage of life. In 2021, more than 16.7 million people received health care services at Allina Health. Allina Health is composed of 12 hospital campuses, 65 primary care clinics, and 14 urgent care centers.