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Top 50 Clinical Pharmacist Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Clinical Pharmacist. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Clinical Pharmacist resumes they appeared on. For example, 14.3% of Clinical Pharmacist resumes contained Drug Therapy as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Clinical Pharmacist actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

These Are The Most Important Skills For A Clinical Pharmacist

1. Drug Therapy
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Here's how Drug Therapy is used in Clinical Pharmacist jobs:
  • Evaluated the appropriateness of drug therapy and dispensed medications and provided drug information to each patient.
  • Review and ensuring economical and effective drug therapy as well as recommending changes to maximize therapy.
  • Managed patient discharge and education services and assisted with drug therapy monitoring.
  • Conduct rounds with multidisciplinary team, providing appropriate drug therapy recommendations.
  • Provided patient and provider education related to drug therapy.
  • Evaluate patient drug therapy for safety and effectiveness.
  • Answer nurses and physicians questions regarding drug therapy and giving suggestions to change the drug base of patient labs or disease.
  • Identify and act upon cost avoidance in drug therapy by promoting cost effective regimens, drugs and by reducing waste.
  • Experience includes collaborating with physicians, nurses and other health professionals on appropriate drug therapy for hospice patients.
  • Collaborated with physicians, nurses and patients to initiate and monitor home IV drug therapy regimens.
  • Monitor designated patient compliance & response to drug therapy to improve individual patient outcomes.
  • Collaborated with physicians and nurses to optimize appropriate drug therapy and patient outcomes.
  • Provide drug information to medical and nursing staff regarding patient's drug therapy.
  • Provided recommendations for drug therapy at treatment team conferences with psychiatry team.
  • Interacted with clinical pharmacists, physicians, and nurses regarding drug therapy.
  • Coordinate drug therapy with hospital staff DUR and comprehensive patient chart review.
  • Contacted physicians to discuss appropriate drug therapy and make recommendations, and utilized Micromedex program to obtain drug information.
  • Provided clinical monitoring of complex cardiac patients in the home environment with infusion drug therapy and investigational drug therapies.
  • Assisted medical residents and attending physicians on nephrology ward in rational drug therapy
  • Initiated, adjusted, and recommended changes in drug therapy obtained through medication administration records and patient profiles.

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2. Patient Care
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Here's how Patient Care is used in Clinical Pharmacist jobs:
  • Document provider/pharmacy follow-up and patient care data by maintaining/updating information and keeping accurate log notes.
  • Documented communications regarding patient care in the electronic medical record.
  • Performed daily patient care rounds on Medical/Surgical unit.
  • Weekend and holiday on-call patient care responsibilities.
  • Developed and implemented clinical services in the Women's Health, Primary Care, and Rehabilitation patient care areas.
  • Dedicated to team approach and support of internal and external customers to optimize patient care outcomes.
  • Coordinated total patient care needs with the Physician/Nurse and was responsible for serving on-call 24/7.
  • Provided assistance and guidance for both inpatient hospice care and during transition to outpatient care.
  • Documented patient care activities in electronic medical record (AHLTA).
  • Program resulted in more efficient staff utilization and improved patient care.
  • Collaborate across teams to share information to coordinate optimal patient care.
  • Collaborated with staff and physicians to provide customized patient care.
  • Attend patient care rounds with trauma physicians and nurse practitioners.
  • Worked closely with multi-disciplinary ICU Team during daily patient care rounds to assess appropriate disease/drug therapy.
  • Collaborated with Medical Directors to drive cost effective formulary utilization and optimal patient care.
  • Defined clinical processes, algorithms, and step therapies to optimize cost containment, evidence-based disease management and patient care.
  • Worked closely with Pharmacy Care Advocates (PCAs) in providing excellent patient care.
  • Communicate general drug information to prescribers and nurses to optimize patient care.
  • Team discussion on healthcare topics, treatment, patient care and medications.
  • Interact with healthcare professionals in the provision and coordination of patient care.

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3. IV
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Here's how IV is used in Clinical Pharmacist jobs:
  • Delivered pharmacy management expertise for 340B pharmacy serving small community of indigent patients.
  • Consulted with patients and/or caregivers to resolve and prevent medication related problems.
  • Prevented medication misadventures by educating nurses and other caregivers on therapy management.
  • Monitored medication regimens to confirm adherence to prescriptive protocols.
  • Conducted Comprehensive Medication Reviews for patients nationwide via telephone.
  • Create and modify individualized TPN formulas.
  • Collaborate with clinical teams, involved in time sensitive decision making impacting work processes, outcomes each worth thousands of dollars.
  • Assist in meeting clients expectations regarding efficiency, service levels, privacy maintenance, and quality of decision-making.
  • Provide accurate individual dosage calculations based on patient's weight, organs function & lab values.
  • Assisted in inventory control and other cost effective measures to manage budget and control shrink.
  • Impact: Provided safe and effective care to patients in both settings.
  • Dispensed compounded chemotherapy products, antibiotics, biologic agents, and other IV preparations for pre- and post-infusion medications.
  • Provided/interpreted related drug information directly with healthcare providers regarding medication coverage and recommended therapeutic alternative therapy.
  • Provided a culturally understanding and progressive environment for all patients.
  • Maintained sterile compounding and clinical competency in compliance to SOPs and to meet pharmacy standards for patient safety and effective therapy.
  • Improved workflow process for prescription delivery to affiliated clinics and group homes for on-time arrival.
  • Respond to code blue and trauma alerts as an active member of the healthcare team.
  • Perform various duties related to the fulfillment of program deliverables.
  • Reported trends to Chief Medical Officer and worked with prescribers to improve cost effectiveness.
  • Call Center) * Evaluates and authorizes approval of prior authorization request from prescribers; received by fax or phone.

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4. TPN
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Here's how TPN is used in Clinical Pharmacist jobs:
  • Handled prescriptions for inpatient pharmacy including TPN and chemotherapy preparations.
  • Collaborate with oncologists on chemotherapy monitoring and manage TPN.
  • Input prescription orders for IV add mixtures for antibiotics, chemotherapy, TPN, and internal formulations for home-bound patients.
  • Worked with the Nutrition team to initiate, optimize TPN therapy and helped with transition into oral nutrition.
  • Worked and rotated through main unit dose operations, IV room, various clinical satellites and TPN services.
  • Monitor drug regimens to assure optimal outcomes for TPN's/PPN's, antibiotics, and anti-coagulation.
  • Followed protocols for daily monitoring and adjustment of TPN to ensure proper electrolyte levels.
  • Work as an IV room pharmacist after finish ordering adult and neonatal TPN.
  • Prepared, monitored, and dispensed IV admixtures, chemo/TPN.
  • Developed TPN drug electrolyte protocols for abnormal lab results.
  • Ordered TPN for patients based on consults.
  • Compound TPN's and I.V.
  • Manage, monitor, and advise clinicians on all drug therapy and TPN, complete pharmacokinetics.
  • Provided staffing coverage in preparing IVs, chemotherapy, TPNs and drug information services.
  • Utilized Multitask system and Automix in the IV room for compounding of TPN's.
  • Verified and entered TPN orders in Care Connect and CAPS systems.
  • Review and monitor parenteral nutrition orders (TPN/PPN).
  • Mix TPN bags using Abcus system.
  • Worked with the Parenteral Enteral Nutrition (PEN) Team, managing TPN therapy for hospital in-patients.
  • Dispensed po/iv/tpn/chemo drugs to Long term acute care patients at Akron General and Akron City Hospitals.

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5. Renal Function
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Here's how Renal Function is used in Clinical Pharmacist jobs:
  • Recommend medication changes based on labs, culture results, medication interactions, renal function, and liver function.
  • Monitor daily lab results and make appropriate dose adjustments based on renal function and monitor for adverse effects.
  • Make all dosage adjustments based on renal function, convert IV to oral medications when appropriate.
  • Adjust doses for all medication as appropriate based on renal function.
  • Make dose adjustment based on renal function.
  • Monitored drug therapy of patients, using anticoagulant monitoring and adjustment, pharmacokinetic management of antibiotics, renal function dosing.
  • Performed adjustments of medication in patients with reduced renal function and dosed medications utilizing Cockcroft-Gault equation for determining creatinine clearance.
  • Monitor and/or recommend to modify antibiotic regimens base on culture and sensitivity reports and renal functions.
  • Performed enoxaparin dosage adjustments based on patients renal function.
  • Calculated proper dosing based on renal function, lab results and P&T Protocol.
  • Review the clinical appropriateness of: Medications with regards to dosing per renal function.
  • Delivered infusion therapy, chemotherapy and clinical services including renal function monitoring, infection control, and anticoagulation and pharmacokinetic dosing.

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6. Pharmacokinetic
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Here's how Pharmacokinetic is used in Clinical Pharmacist jobs:
  • Collaborated with physicians, nurses and other health care members discussing treatment plans and monitored therapeutic outcomes by using pharmacokinetic principals.
  • Perform pharmacokinetics dosing and monitoring for all patients on medications where therapeutic levels are reported.
  • Provided pharmacokinetic dosing of intravenous antibiotics and total parental nutrition for over 100 geriatric patients.
  • Performed pharmacokinetic dosing, monitored and documented drug therapy, and resolved problems.
  • Provide initial pharmacokinetic evaluation for narrow therapeutic index medications.
  • Applied pharmacokinetic dosing protocols for patients for special treatment.
  • Monitor drug therapy as well as provide pharmacokinetic consultation.
  • Managed pharmacokinetic service and drug information service.
  • Evaluate and monitor pharmacokinetics of medications.
  • Assist with clinical services such as drug consults, nutrition support, pharmacokinetics, renal dosing.
  • Identify and manage pharmacy-related issues such as pharmacokinetic dosing , renal dosing, alternate route recommendations, antibiotic dosing/duration and sedation/analgesia.
  • Oversee monitoring programs for drug interactions, pharmacokinetics, anticoagulation, and renal dosing therapeutic interchange.
  • Monitored and managed pharmacokinetic, renal, and anticoagulation dosing per hospital protocols.
  • Provided pharmacokinetic consultation and drug information services to physicians and other healthcare providers.
  • Provide appropriate anticoagulation management, antibiotic pharmacokinetic consults, renal insufficiency dosing.
  • Performed pharmacokinetic dosing, anticoagulant monitoring, and patient counseling for warfarin.
  • Perform pharmacokinetic calculations and adjustments for antibiotic dosing as per renal guidelines.
  • Worked part-time performing pharmacokinetic dosing and monitoring of antibiotics and anticoagulation
  • Performed pharmacokinetic antibiotic and warfarin dosing.
  • Review charts of both enteral and parenteral patients Assist physicians with pharmacokinetic dosing

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7. Retail Pharmacy
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Here's how Retail Pharmacy is used in Clinical Pharmacist jobs:
  • Help out mail order pharmacy during busy season with medication for chronic conditions that are typically dispensed from retail pharmacy.
  • Obtained missing information for Medicare Part D claim approval or denial at the Point of Sale (Retail Pharmacy).
  • Helped set up the transition of the pharmacy from an independently owned pharmacy to a hospital owned retail pharmacy.
  • Retail pharmacy practice for multiple districts located in the Chicago metro & northwest suburban area(s).
  • Developed/opened St. Joseph Retail Pharmacy to serve team members and dependents.
  • Provided pharmaceutical care to patients in a retail pharmacy setting.
  • Rotate daily within employee retail pharmacy.
  • Trained in IV-Lab and Chemotherapy Retail Pharmacy Services Experience: Organization Title Work Experience

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8. Order Entry
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Here's how Order Entry is used in Clinical Pharmacist jobs:
  • Received and verified drug orders from physicians using computerized physician order entry system, including cancer chemotherapy orders.
  • Participated in evaluation process for selecting and implementing electronic medical record and oncology physician order entry system.
  • Perform central distribution processes including order entry, accurate dispensing of medications and providing recommendations to physicians.
  • Performed order entry and oversaw drug distribution and preparation to assure safety and timeliness.
  • Supported day-to-day pharmacy operations including order entry, patient education, and technician supervision.
  • Order entry, Rx verification, insurance verification and adjudication.
  • Performed order entry of prescriptions into the required pharmacy database.
  • Provided order entry/clinical support for the adult medicine patients.
  • Managed order entry and prescription verification.
  • Facilitate clinic s staffs with creating and verifying order entry using Epic s Willow application.
  • Perform clinical recommendations and remote order entry services for several client hospitals in NY.
  • Order entry, review, disease management, and drug utilization reviews.
  • Helped solve order entry and charting problems in the electronic medical record.
  • Provided drug information, screening, order entry and dispensing.
  • Involved in implementation of bedside barcoding and computerized physician order entry.
  • Order entry, prescription verification and checking, clinical monitoring, IV Compounding, supervising workflow in the pharmacy.
  • Participate in medication distribution, order entry, batch checking, for I.V additive preparations.
  • Performed pharmacokinetic dosing and order entry for over 15 hospitals located throughout the United States.
  • Computerized order entry complete with MS word and excel proficiencies.
  • Maintained content of Intellidose automated chemotherapy physician order entry system for large community based hematology-oncology practice.

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9. Potential Drug Interactions
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Here's how Potential Drug Interactions is used in Clinical Pharmacist jobs:
  • Received prescriptions and evaluated appropriateness of orders for dosage, drug choices, potential drug interactions, and stability.
  • Screened orders for appropriate dosage, potential drug interactions and allergies, alerting both physicians and patients.
  • Consult with customers and/or physicians regarding the use of medications and potential drug interactions.
  • Reviewed labs, allergies, and potential drug interactions to ensure patient safety.
  • Reviewed Epic orders for accuracy, dosing regimen and potential drug interactions.

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10. Medication Orders
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Here's how Medication Orders is used in Clinical Pharmacist jobs:
  • Take charge of interpreting medication orders and laboratory values, monitoring therapies conducted, and overseeing technical personnel operations.
  • Interpret medication orders and laboratory values, monitor therapy, dispensed and supervised all activities of technical personnel.
  • Review medication orders and evaluates their appropriateness and completeness with respect to patient data.
  • Review and approve medication orders in pharmacy computer system.
  • Verify electronic medication orders for hospitalized patients.
  • Evaluated and entered medication orders.
  • Facilitated the procurement of STAT medication orders by providing assistance with order entry, verification, and dispensing from pharmacy.
  • Processed, prepared, mixed and dispensed medication orders according to written prescriptions issued by physicians.
  • Enter data and medication orders into patients' profile while monitoring drug interactions and errors.
  • Verified medication orders and provided staff support in Main pharmacy when needed.
  • Review and verify medication orders, dispensed medications, and IV preparations.
  • Check medication orders for accuracy and QA prepared therapies.
  • Verified medication orders, clarifying as needed.
  • Reviewed and assessed medication orders for therapeutic duplications and appropriateness based on patient specific parameters.
  • Clarified medication orders with physicians and nursing via a telephone consultation and offered appropriate alternatives.
  • Consulted with hospice nurses telephonically to enter medication orders and make recommendations regarding drug therapy.
  • Input medication orders into Meditech for non-ambulatory patients.
  • Review physician medication orders for appropriateness of drugs, dosages, potential interactions, routes of administration.
  • Assess, interpret, clarify and transcribe medication orders accurately and in a timely manner.
  • Handled medical device and prescription/OTC medication orders to complete patient care.

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11. Vancomycin
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Here's how Vancomycin is used in Clinical Pharmacist jobs:
  • Monitored lab values for specific elements, such as Vancomycin, adjusting dosing per protocols.
  • Rotate as a decentralized pharmacist; perform anticoagulation monitoring, antimicrobial stewardship management and Vancomycin protocol per pharmacy.
  • Monitored patients who received Vancomycin and Aminoglycosides, monitored their lab results, and recommended dosage adjustment.
  • Dosed and monitored all vancomycin and aminoglycoside therapy for adults, pediatrics and neonates.
  • Performed daily laboratory monitoring for patients on aminoglycosides, vancomycin and TPN therapy.
  • Dosed aminoglycoside antibiotics and vancomycin based on consults.
  • Provided aminoglycoside and vancomycin dosing services.
  • Assessed patients on Aminoglycosides and Vancomycin, checked lab results, and made recommendations to doctors on dosage adjustment.
  • Provided vancomycin and aminoglycoside pharmacokinetic consult services.
  • Initiate or adjust dosages, frequencies for patient-specific diagnoses and laboratory values under approved pharmacy protocols: Vancomycin, Aminoglycosides.
  • Facilitated numerous P & T committee pharmaceutical protocols including: i. Vancomycin and aminoglycoside, pharmacokinetic dosing ii.
  • Provide pharmacokinetic consults, antibiotic streamlining and dosage recommendations for aminogylcosides, vancomycin and other drugs as necessary.
  • Provide dosing and monitoring for patients requiring vancomycin and aminoglycoside antibiotic therapy and parenteral nutrition.
  • Provide pharmacokinetics consults including dosing and monitoring of vancomycin and aminoglycosides.
  • Complete weekly Vancomycin, Aminoglycoside and Milrinone assessments.
  • Monitor Vancomycin Gentamycin - Tobramycin antibiotic.
  • Assess, monitor, and adjust dosages based on renal dosing ie: Vancomycin, Gentamicin.
  • Monitored and managed all ICU pts on aminoglycosides and vancomycin.
  • Provided pharmacokinetic recommendations for patients on amino glycosides and vancomycin.
  • Managed the pharmacokinetic service for all hospital patients on vancomycin, aminoglycosides, digoxin and phenytoin.

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12. Physician Orders
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Here's how Physician Orders is used in Clinical Pharmacist jobs:
  • Review physician orders for appropriateness and provide distributive services from central area during weekend rotations.
  • Interpreted and evaluated physician orders, for appropriateness and proper timing of therapy.
  • Interpret and Review all physician orders in accordance with the State/Federal rules/regulations.
  • Prepared medications by reviewing and interpreting physician orders; detected therapeutic incompatibilities.
  • Reviewed physician orders and patient medication profiles for therapy optimization.
  • Verify all physician orders and prescription medications for accuracy.
  • Interpreted and evaluated all physician orders, provided technical and clinical information to patients, nurses and physicians as required.
  • Process, approves and makes standard recommendations in response to physician orders using facility systems.
  • Processed 100+ physician orders daily to ensure proper dosing, therapeutic indication, and administration.
  • Assist and ensure proper preparation of physician orders, crash carts and compounded medications.
  • Appropriate review and entry of physician orders.
  • Review of physician orders for patient medications.
  • Performed duties of pharmacist including but not limited to verifying physician orders, TPN calculations and Vancomycin management
  • Conferred with residents on proper prescribing of formulary drugs and physician orders into pharmacy system.
  • Verified physician orders through Meditech Pharmacy computer System.
  • Verified and entered physician orders into Care Connect (Epic ).
  • Communicate physician orders to home nursing agencies.
  • Used Acudose system to stock hospital wards' bulk and narcotic medication Prepared Chemotherapy as prescribed by physician orders.
  • home health care) Obtained physician orders for home infusion and oral therapies and evaluated the appropriateness of the therapies.
  • Verified and entered physician orders into Meditech and Omnilink systems.

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13. Oncology
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Here's how Oncology is used in Clinical Pharmacist jobs:
  • Coordinate the development of an interdepartmental medication-related protocols (e.g., Oncology medication standardization, Anti-Xa monitoring).
  • Created Oncology Medication Guidelines that provided standardized protocol for compounding chemotherapy throughout all three facility locations.
  • Dosed and prepared chemotherapy agents for a variety of indications within the oncology pharmacy satellite.
  • Participate in monthly hematology/oncology department meetings updating physicians and staff on new pharmacy protocols.
  • Delivered specialized consulting and follow-up for oncology patients on all forms of treatments.
  • Performed clinical and dispensing activities in both the General Medicine/Oncology and ICU/ER satellite pharmacies
  • Evaluated/monitored physicians' orders for transplant, oncology and skilled nursing patients.
  • Develop and maintain patient teaching sheets for select infused and oral oncology medicines outlined in Levine Cancer Institute's clinical pathways.
  • Provide patient education to all CHF, oncology, stroke, and lactating patients as well as patients discharged on anticoagulants.
  • Provided care for patients in the Neonatal and Pediatric Care Units, the Oncology Unit, and general floor pediatrics.
  • Advanced training at John Marsh Cancer Center; the evaluation and preparation of various oncology and infusion medications.
  • Practiced in main pharmacy, oncology clinic pharmacy, and medicine and surgical satellite pharmacies.
  • Analyze current and newly FDA approved Oncology products.
  • Served patients unit based on oncology, medical/surgical pediatrics, rehabilitation, and intensive care units.
  • Participate in committees including Chemotherapy/Biotherapy Sub-Committee, Tumor Board Committee and Hematology/Oncology Staff Meetings.
  • Project coordinator for oncology clinical trials and primary investigator for diabetic trials, thrombolysis trials
  • Provided a monthly nurse inservice and newsletter on the Oncology/Renal floor.
  • Analysed blood results of oncology patients for dose adjustments.
  • Precepted pharmacy students for the Oncology rotation.
  • Provided pharmacy services for various medical specialties including pediatric hematology/oncology, general pediatrics, and adult cardiac intensive care.

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14. Medication Reconciliation
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Here's how Medication Reconciliation is used in Clinical Pharmacist jobs:
  • Conducted discharge/admission/in-house transfer medication reconciliation, verified accuracy of filled medications, and counseled patients on discharge medications.
  • Performed clinical screenings, medication reconciliation, and monitored patient drug therapy in accordance with laboratory values.
  • Support PSPC teams to select and/or develop a system of medication therapy management and medication reconciliation.
  • Review and verify formal medication reconciliations conducted by technicians for admitted patients in the Emergency Department.
  • Perform medication reconciliation and review medication lists for drug interactions and disease state contraindications.
  • Prepare discharge medication reconciliation for physician signature to avoid error on transition to self-care.
  • Involved in Medication reconciliation, Medication extensive review and Discharge Counseling.
  • Performed medication reconciliation and discharge counseling for patients and their families
  • Provided medication reconciliation and chart reviews for all patients.
  • Initiated and implemented of pharmacy driven Medication Reconciliation process.
  • Optimize therapy through renal dosing adjustment and medication reconciliation.
  • Conducted medication reconciliation and counseling post hospital discharge.
  • Conduct medication reconciliation with patient upon admission.
  • Performed medication reconciliation of new ED admission.
  • Perform medication reconciliation of home medication with patient, patient s family, or patient s pharmacy if needed.
  • Provided input to management regarding the job description/workflow for Medication Reconciliation Technicians in the emergency department.
  • Review medication regimens for polypharmacy and medication reconciliation issues with a goal to optimize medication therapy.
  • Performed medication reconciliation with Medicare population -Recommended therapeutic changes to physicians and nurse practitioners as needed
  • Supervised Medication Reconciliation Technicians and reviewed med-recs they completed on shift.
  • Provided transitions of care counseling and medication reconciliation services for patients with high risk of readmissions.

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Here's how ICU is used in Clinical Pharmacist jobs:
  • Recognized for excellence in client relationship building and medical compliance despite perception of veterans being difficult patients.
  • Ensured that proper documentation is completed for all medications, with particular attention on controlled substances.
  • Participated in weekly ICU rounds covering three separate units (MICU, CICU, CTICU) with over 60 beds.
  • Conduct rounds in ICU with infection disease team to adjust to antibiotic dosages based on patients clinical situation.
  • Conducted rounds with physicians in the ICU, presenting medications and recommendations to ensure optimal outcomes.
  • Provide comprehensive pharmacy services for medical and nursing staff in the MICU, CTICU and CICU.
  • Developed protocols for IV Phosphorus administration and for managing sedation and agitation in the ICU.
  • Practiced clinical pharmacy in a children's environment including ICU and emergency room.
  • Manage difficult or emotional customer situations, respond promptly to customer needs.
  • Optimized orders for appropriate fluids & medications for ER & ICU patients.
  • Provided weekend TPN service for the MICU and 4E/4W adult medicine floors.
  • Participated in physician rounds for ICU patients and code blue situations.
  • Attend and participate in ICU and medical interdisciplinary team rounds daily.
  • Rounded with ICU team on critically ill patients.
  • Cross trained to staff the CICU/Pediatric satellite positions.
  • Implemented bar code scanning in the NICU.
  • Developed treatment plans for ICU patients.
  • Care areas: Cardiothoracic Surgery ICU, Medical/Surgical Sub-ICU, OB/GYN, Pulmonary Participated in several interdisciplinary care teams
  • Implemented "Sedation and Agitation Protocol" in the ICU/CCU and participated in staff training on the use of the protocols.
  • Provided Vancomycin and warfarin monitoring for the MICU and 4E/4W floors.

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Here's how Diabetes is used in Clinical Pharmacist jobs:
  • Managed diabetes outpatient therapy as a physician extender for patients referred for pharmacist management at Diabetes Center
  • Perform diabetes interviews along with physician collaboration agreement to manage therapy and optimal goals.
  • Assisted in the education of patients during a monthly Diabetes Education Program (2001-2008) and Osteoporosis Program (5/04-9/07).
  • Provided specialized services to help patients manage conditions such as diabetes, asthma, smoking cessation and high blood pressure.
  • Ensured the patients followed the maintenance protocol for: chronic asthma, COPD, emphysema, diabetes, high cholesterol.
  • Led a 6 month vendor sponsored diabetes education program, and taught a 3 hour group diabetes education course.
  • Lead for diabetes management program for patients in the medical group.
  • Teach medication portion of monthly tobacco cessation and diabetes group classes.
  • Assisted with management of diabetes drug therapy and education.
  • Attended the diabetes clinic for pregnant patients.
  • Participated in interprofessional clinical care improvement teams (diabetes, geriatric, and preventive/chronic care), and drug utilization management.
  • Established a pharmacist-run outpatient clinic, helping veterans in their management of hypertension, hyperlipidemia, and diabetes.
  • Managed chronic disease states of hypertension, dyslipidemia, and diabetes through established pharmacist-physician collaborative practice agreement.
  • Provided diabetes, dyslipidemia, and hypertension education classes through Outcomes Pharmaceuticals, Community CareRx, and private pay platforms.
  • Participate in disease-management programs including anticoagulation, asthma, diabetes, hypertension, HIV, chemotherapy, and other programs.
  • Analyze clinical practice needs and design pc-based treatment algorithms (G.I., Hepatitis C, and Diabetes).
  • Provided disease state management and self-care education for patients living with asthma, diabetes, and hyperlipidemia.
  • Performed medication management services for diabetes, hypertension, dyslipidemia, and anticoagulation.
  • Provide antibiotic use review, recommendations Pharmacotherapeutic recommendations for specific disease states (diabetes, CHF, renal, etc.)
  • Consulted at a warfarin clinic at Shands Hospital Certifications Consultant Pharmacist Pharmacist and Patient Centered Diabetes Care National Certification

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Here's how Pharmd is used in Clinical Pharmacist jobs:
  • Assisted pharmacy preceptor in educating PharmD candidates from Albany College of Pharmacy.
  • Started and lead Antimicrobial Stewardship Program in institution, serving as its PharmD champion.
  • Supervised PharmD candidates from the Skaggs School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences.
  • Precepted 6th year PharmD candidates Wrote medication guidance documents and patient leaflets specific to end-of-life symptom management
  • Precepted APPE and IPPE students from multiple PharmD programs AAHIVP candidate currently in application phase
  • Charleston, South Carolina 1 Hour Supervising pharmacist: Deanna Kidwell, PharmD Shadowed Clinical Pharmacist for 1 hour.

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Here's how Pharmaceutical Care is used in Clinical Pharmacist jobs:
  • Reported to Inpatient and Outpatient pharmacy managers and Deputy Chief of Clinical Pharmacy in provision of pharmaceutical care to veterans.
  • Work with the hospice residence interdisciplinary team to ensure effective and cost efficient pharmaceutical care of patients with limited prognosis.
  • Prepared and dispensed medications using appropriate techniques while following the institutions policies and procedures as related to pharmaceutical care standards.
  • Provide pharmaceutical care services to patients in an ambulatory care setting via telephonic and face-to-face interactions.
  • Ensured the execution and delivery of all pharmaceutical care activities in alignment with VA-approved protocols.
  • Established pharmaceutical care protocols in support of reimbursement changes and improved clinical outcomes.
  • Provided optimal pharmaceutical care to patients by tailoring medications to suit individual needs.
  • Deliver comprehensive, collaborative inpatient pharmaceutical care to heart and lung transplant patients.
  • Promoted through protocols clinically rational drug therapy and sound pharmaceutical care.
  • Displayed patient-oriented and comprehensive clinical pharmacy services and pharmaceutical care.
  • Provided pharmaceutical care to cardiology patients in a general hospital.
  • Evaluate and implement pharmacy interventions involving patient pharmaceutical care.
  • Provided pharmaceutical care on the internal medicine, surgery, neonatal and pediatric units as needed.
  • Provided pharmaceutical care on the neonatal intensive care unit, pediatric unit, and surgery unit.
  • Provided pharmaceutical care to patients on the acute psychiatric unit, NCCU &.NSU units.
  • Attend rounds helping to develop specific pharmaceutical care plans for each patient.
  • Provided pharmaceutical care from a central pharmacy to a 100-bed general hospital.
  • Supervised pharmacy students during their clinical rotations Provided pharmaceutical care through criteria based protocols.
  • Interacted with patients and caregivers for implimenting the evidence based pharmaceutical care plan.
  • Developed individualized pharmaceutical care plans for injectable therapies.

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20. Medical Staff
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Here's how Medical Staff is used in Clinical Pharmacist jobs:
  • Consult with medical staff to advise on drug applications and characteristics and to review and evaluate quality and effectiveness of pharmaceuticals.
  • Review prescriptions, obtain clarification as necessary and regularly consult with medical staff, nursing personnel and other health professionals.
  • Analyze and investigate medications related events in order to educate medical staff to prevent future incidents.
  • Provide clinical consultation and pharmacy services to physicians and medical staff for newly admitted patients.
  • Provide overnight clinical pharmacy services to the medical staff at a community-based teaching hospital setting.
  • Supervised all operational pharmacy processes and facilitated communication with the medical staff.
  • Suggest appropriate, cost-effective therapeutic alternatives to medical staff as needed.
  • Assist Interim Director and Pharmacy Director on continuing education programs for Medical staff, health care services, and Pharmacy students.
  • Provided clinical knowledge at sites, as well as education seminars for medical staff at jails.
  • Established and maintained positive liaison relations between the department and the medical staff.
  • Provided drug information to medical staff, hospital staff, and the public.
  • Provided in-services to medical staff and other health professionals.
  • Provide education to medical staff and staff.
  • Generate reports for medical staff meetings.
  • Communicate with prescribers and medical staff to obtain additional information to decision case
  • Offered educational services to medical staff about warfarin/LMWH use.
  • Prepare, compound, and dispense IV admixtures Respond to the code blue requests and provide drug information to medical staff.
  • Prepared IV admixtures * Interacted with medical staff, providing information to physicians and nurses to improve overall patient care.
  • Provided clinical education for Medical staff, Nursing staff, Pharmacy staff, and other healthcare professionals.
  • Function as a source of drug information to healthcare professionals, advising medical staff in the areas of pharmacotherapy and pharmacokinetics.

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Here's how Pyxis is used in Clinical Pharmacist jobs:
  • Maintain and operate automated dispensing machine PYXIS MedStation.
  • Aided in managing Pyxis machine inventory and ensuring timely delivery of medications from inpatient pharmacy to all hospital units.
  • Experience using Pyxis as medication dispensing device.
  • Supervised pharmacy technicians and students, prepared standard IV drips & TPN, and provided technical support for Pyxis malfunctions.
  • Input orders; verify IV's and prescription orders; verify Pyxis and patients' cassettes.
  • Work with Pyxis ES system v1.4.4 Care fusion to assist nurses and troubleshoot issues.
  • Checked technician prepared IV admixtures, batches, Pyxis pulls and compounded medications.
  • Performed Staff Pharmacist duties such as order entry using Pyxis Connect and SMS.
  • Fill Pyxis machines with medications in the hospital and clinics.
  • Serviced the Pyxis machines to optimize MICU inventory.
  • Perform monthly audits of Pyxis and anesthesia narcotics.
  • Helped improve pharmacy workflow by decreasing delivery time and increasing pyxis inventory.
  • Decentralized medication management utilizing PYXIS, Yuyama and Omnicell units
  • Utilized Meditech and Pyxis Connect systems
  • Implemented Pyxis Legacy, HCS Order Image, and integrated Medics database with Pyxis.
  • Verified and entered physician orders into CareConnect , EPIC and PyxisConnect systems.
  • Implemented the first Pyxis dispensing system.
  • Assist with implementation of Bar Coding System Pyxis Enter data into computer system to fill prescriptions and to obtain reimbursement/ payment .
  • Provided all product support for Cerner Millenium, Talyst/AutoPharm carousel, Medical Packaging Inc. and Pyxis unit-based cabinets.
  • Entered medication orders for Pyxis Medstation operations Transplant Rounded with kidney and liver medical teams.

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22. Pain Management
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Here's how Pain Management is used in Clinical Pharmacist jobs:
  • Consult on hospice patients - Make pain management recommendations - Customize pharmaceutical regimens based on terminal diagnosis
  • Performed medication therapy management with a focus on pain management for Workers' Compensation cases.
  • Performed daily rounding/medication adjustment while conducting higher-level guidance for physicians as a pain management expert.
  • Established pain management algorithms and guidance for pharmacists, physicians and hospital policy.
  • Developed patient-specific pain management regimens and documented interventions.
  • Assess, and advise on prescription narcotic pain management even using narcotic dosing conversion tables to obtain equivalent analgesic dosing changes.
  • Practice includes working closely with pain management doctors and workers compensation benefits, monitoring patients and keeping good records of narcotics.
  • Serve on several administrative committees such as Pharmacy and Therapeutics, Critical Care, Emergency Care, and Pain Management.
  • Maintained a current DEA license to prescribe pain medications for those patients who required pain management.
  • Provided pain management counseling, conversions and dose adjustments for specific population(s).
  • Assist pain management team in converting patients from Patient Controlled Analgesics to oral analgesics.
  • Serve as the pharmacy representative on the Pain Management Task Force Committee.
  • Pain management support for hospice patients and local pain centers.
  • Served on the hospital's Pain Management Committee.
  • Recommend therapeutic and effective pain management regimens, antiepileptic and bowel protocols as well as palliative sedation when appropriate.
  • Performed hospital rounding services with Medical Team, including Infectious Disease Consultation, Pain Management, Warfarin Therapy and Diabetic Teaching.
  • Team member in Implementation hospital wide pain management templet to streamline use of pain medications.
  • Assist with pain management providing conversions, dosage adjustments, and titrations.
  • Specialized in antibiotics, chemotherapy, pain management, TPN and hydrations.
  • pain medications, aseptic technique, cleanroom operations, computer system operation, and all facets of intrathecal pain management.

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23. Pharmacy Staff
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Here's how Pharmacy Staff is used in Clinical Pharmacist jobs:
  • Prepared and dispensed clinically-appropriate IV medications, conducted monthly inventory, and participated in monthly pharmacy staff meetings and journal clubs.
  • Developed open communication and teamwork among pharmacy staff in order to improve operations.
  • Coordinated the pharmacy staff schedule and assisted with personnel monitoring and performance evaluations.
  • Provided monthly educational programs for pharmacy staff.
  • Trusted to oversee pharmacy staff including supervising 6 technicians per shift while providing DUR program training to several other pharmacists.
  • Aided in the development of standard processes while communicating diligently with nursing and local pharmacy staff to address patient orders.
  • Interacted with Clinical Pharmacy Staff, various Research and Development personnel, Regulatory Affairs and study site personnel.
  • Trained pharmacy staff on use of new TPN software and coordinated daily TPN orders with compounding pharmacy.
  • Managed a pharmacy staff of a home infusion company including three pharmacy technicians and a Staff Pharmacist.
  • Conducted medication use evaluation (MUE) and presented results to nursing and pharmacy staff.
  • Assisted other pharmacy staff with drug inventory, purchasing, and receiving.
  • Assisted nurses and worked with inpatient pharmacy staff to recover missing doses.
  • Programmed pumps with standard concentrations and assessed RN and pharmacy staff competence.
  • Provided education to physician, nursing, and pharmacy staff.
  • Attended clinical pharmacy staff meetings and in-service programs as requested.
  • Prepared and presented in services to pharmacy staff.
  • Assisted in daily management of pharmacy staff.
  • Worked closely with pharmacy staff identifying opportunities for savings and process improvements.
  • Provided inservice education to hospital medical, nursing and pharmacy staffs.
  • Communicate policy and procedure changes, system enhancements and clinical updates to all pharmacy staff.

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24. Clinical Staff
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Here's how Clinical Staff is used in Clinical Pharmacist jobs:
  • Performed comprehensive analysis of physician/nurse documentation and interacted extensively with clinical staff to effectively identify patient's clinical status.
  • Traveled extensively to Pharmacy departments of Midwest branches; provided comprehensive assistance with clinical staffing and management.
  • Interact with other clinical staff while providing recommendations regarding medication therapy and documenting interventions.
  • Perform medication reconciliation and provide drug information to both patients and clinical staff.
  • Provided medication information and medication therapy guidelines to the clinical staff as required.
  • Utilized clinical tools in assisting non-clinical staff with questions related to medication therapies.
  • Supported and augmented clinical staff pharmacists in clinical decision making and order verification.
  • Established weekly journal club for cardiovascular decentralized clinical staff pharmacists.
  • Educated physicians and clinical staff on accepted practice guidelines.
  • Developed educational programs for clinical staff.
  • Program clinical staff educational programs.
  • Interact with all levels of clinical staff (including Doctors, Nurses, and Pharmacists) to accomplish patient treatment goals.
  • Worked closely with clinical staff in developing patient wellness programs such as smoking cessation and asthma classes.
  • Monitored the medication dispensing machines within the hospital to ensure supplies were readily available to clinical staff.
  • Rotate into a clinical staffing role twice weekly, or additionally as scheduling indicates for productivity.
  • Performed all drug distribution and patient counseling services of a clinical staff pharmacist.
  • Communicated with physicians, nurses, pharmacies and other clinical staff.
  • Drug information resource for all clinical staff of Hospital.
  • Coordinate meetings with system builders, information technology support,and OhioHealth support team, and clinical staff.
  • Attend meetings with clinical staff to discuss formularies, drug utilization plans, and prescribing trends.

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25. Disease States
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Here's how Disease States is used in Clinical Pharmacist jobs:
  • Developed medication treatment protocol and monitoring recommendations based upon interview results, medication profiles, concurrent disease states and laboratory values.
  • Maintain drug knowledge and understanding of disease states by utilizing appropriate drug information resources for prior authorization reviews.
  • Participate in monthly educational presentations on disease states and new/emerging therapies and or updated clinical guidelines.
  • Assisted primary care in management of defined patient populations or disease states with complex medication-related issues.
  • Assess medication history, and provide appropriate medication plans including considerations for drug allergies, laboratory work and disease states.
  • Counseled patients on new drug therapy, existing medications, and therapeutic lifestyle changes to help manage disease states.
  • Worked with medical team in determining best, evidence-based medical treatments for complex infections and disease states.
  • Provided clinical consultation for nurses regarding multiple disease states and symptoms associated with the dying process.
  • Educate patients regarding disease states, therapies, and required monitoring and follow-up care.
  • Researched on disease states, new medications and their place in therapy when needed.
  • Reviewed patient profile for new medications and/or changes in current disease states.
  • Researched drug information and disease states applying knowledge to prior authorization reviews.
  • Monitored patient lab values and disease states for possible drug changes.
  • Evaluate patient disease states and communicate findings to physicians.
  • Specialize in intravenous medications for all chronic disease states.
  • Counseled veterans about medications and disease states and dispensed medications according to current pharmacy law and facility policies.
  • Maintain thorough and up-to-date knowledge of disease states, clinical information, and product data in areas of anemia and nephrology.
  • Provide pharmacotherapy management of chronic disease states and anticoagulation therapy in collaboration with primary care providers.
  • Consulted prescribers on pharmacologic treatment based on patients diagnosed disease states.
  • Attended Interdisciplinary meetings Describe pathophysiology, drug treatment plans and monitoring parameters to certain disease states (i.e.

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26. Medicare
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Here's how Medicare is used in Clinical Pharmacist jobs:
  • Review and approve/deny Medicare Part D requests for prescription prior authorizations.
  • Followed up request with medicare determination/appeals letter.
  • Reviewed and processed Medicare medication authorizations.
  • Participate in development of our Medicare Part D program, with special concentration on clinical functions and regulatory compliance.
  • Well versed with Risk Evaluation and Mitigation Strategy (REMS) requirements and understand Medicare guidelines for reimbursement.
  • Provided Medicare-D and Medicare-B reporting to ESI's Clinical Pharmacy & Therapeutics (CP&T) Committee.
  • Issue decisions in the final appeal of a Medicare Part D claims.
  • Review clinical appeals to ensure compliance with Medicare and client specific requirements.
  • Use the appropriate Medicare approved guidelines for each drug and/or case-type.
  • Drive Medicare stars program for medication adherence and patient safety.
  • Consulted with HMO clients on structuring pharmacy Medicare benefits.
  • Organized and processed approvals for Medicare claims.
  • Acted as the Subject Matter Expert (SME) for Medicare Part D, Chapter 6 and 18.
  • Provide timely and accurate responses to regional and departmental inquiries/requests regarding Medicare Part D formulary issues.
  • Supported pharmacy Medicare Star Initiatives and clinical review of specialty injectable requests.
  • Manage opioid over-utilization program for Phoenix Health Plans Medicare Advantage Plan.
  • Care-Med is a mail-order pharmacy for Medicare patients in the state of Michigan who received nebulized medications.
  • Compared request with Humana's medicare approved drug list and diagnosis exception chart.
  • Perform QA on and maintain Health Net's Medicare Part D formularies in the Formulary and Benefit (FAB) system.
  • Maintained commercial and Medicare Part-D formularies Involved in building 5 Medicare Part-D formularies

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Here's how Medicaid is used in Clinical Pharmacist jobs:
  • Insure accuracy of all clinical information submitted for prior authorization review within guidelines of Center of Medicare & Medicaid Services.
  • Provide timely drug therapy for Medicaid health plan members by processing prior authorization and medical necessity requests for specialty medications.
  • Deliver qualitative assessments of internal controls and best practices serving as a Medicaid Auditor.
  • Reviewed Medicare and Medicaid guidelines with Members on approvals or denial of medications.
  • Completed medication therapy management with Medicare and Medicaid eligible patients.
  • Performed telephonic medication therapy management consultations for Texas Medicaid members.
  • Reviewed prior authorization requests specifically for the Orange County, California Medicaid (CalOptima) health plan.
  • Navigated regulations provided by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services to determine correct billing of.
  • Involved in patient profile drug utilization review for clients on New Jersey State Medicaid and PAAD.
  • Employed thorough knowledge of Oregon Medicaid policies and Prioritized List requirements for Medicaid patients.
  • Collaborated on authorizations for the state of FLA for Medicaid patient and providers.
  • Attend health fairs in support of commercial/Medicaid/Medicare sales and the Wellness Dept.
  • Performed prior authorizations for clients on Medicaid and Medicare programs.
  • Managed Arizona Medicaid (AHCCS) outpatient hyperlipidemia clinic
  • Develop, implement and evaluate Medicare/Medicaid formularies.
  • Prepare and present drug class review documents for the Utah Medicaid Pharmacy & Therapeutics and Drug Utilization Review committees.
  • Implemented a formulary submission, publication and tracking web tool for Medicaid, Medicare and Commercial business.
  • Managed a team of clinical pharmacists and technicians providing MTM services to Medicare and Medicaid patients.
  • Maintained PBM formulary for Managed Medicaid clients.
  • Performed clinical biopharmacy reviews in order to prove medical necessity for Medicaid population.

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28. Coumadin
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Here's how Coumadin is used in Clinical Pharmacist jobs:
  • Assisted weekly in the Coumadin and Lipid clinics managing and educating patients on anticoagulants and lipid medications.
  • Registered over 200 hours of clinical experience monitoring Coumadin patient care.
  • Counseled patients individually on use of Coumadin.
  • Adjusted weekly dosing of Coumadin on all patients to facilitate their INR goals.
  • Supervised the Cold Care Clinic, Coumadin Clinic, and Smoking Cessation programs.
  • Managed Coumadin and Lipid clinics within the IUMG network.
  • Manage patients' Coumadin therapies to achieve optimal outcomes.
  • Helped establish the Grant Medical Center Outpatient Coumadin Clinic.
  • Assist in the management of weekly Coumadin Clinic.
  • provide recommendations to physicians regarding anticoagulant therapy, and adjust Coumadin dosing as per physician consult based on laboratory values.
  • Initiated a Coumadin counseling program involving private consultation to inform patients of all aspects of Coumadin therapy.
  • Evaluate and monitor warfarin patients in ambulatory Coumadin clinic as a credentialed provider.
  • Monitor Coumadin dosing and all IV antibiotic pharmacokinetic dosing.
  • Served as a liaison to the medical staff in regards to Coumadin dosing, antibiotic dosing, and Nutritional Support therapy.
  • See and manage patients referred to the Anticoagulation (Coumadin) Clinic.
  • Participated in the Coumadin clinic, and monitored patients' INRs.
  • managed and staffed Coumadin Clinic from the ground up.
  • Work with providers and manage patients (Pharmacokinetic monitoring) on Coumadin, Vancomycin and Insulin drip etc.
  • Monitor and adjust medication therapy per protocol anticoagulation (Heparin, Coumadin, LMWH, etc.
  • Involved in patient dosage adjustment and pharmacokinetics dosing such as Vancomycin, Coumadin dosing per patients dynamics/labs.

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29. Proper USE
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  • Provided guidance and therapeutic advice to providers and patients on proper use, appropriateness, optimal medication management.
  • Provided drug information and educated caregivers and patients regarding medications and their proper use and monitoring.
  • Provided medication education to patients regarding proper use of anticoagulants and diabetic medications.
  • Counseled patients on proper use of prescription and non-prescription medication.
  • Counseled patients on the proper use and adverse effects of drugs.
  • Instruct patients on the proper use of prescribed medication.
  • Counseled patient on proper use of their anticoagulant.
  • Counseled patients in the proper use of medications.
  • Performed interdisciplinary trauma rounds to affirm hospital discharges in a timely manner, ensuring proper use of hospital beds.
  • Guide physicians and nurses in the proper use and dosing of methadone for uncontrolled chronic neuropathic pain.
  • Instructed patients in the proper use of prescribed drugs, devising individualized medication regimens.
  • Educated all anticoagulation patients on the proper use and effects of Coumadin, and filled outpatient prescriptions for discharging patients.

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30. Health Care
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Here's how Health Care is used in Clinical Pharmacist jobs:
  • Provide pharmacological information by answering questions and requests of health care professionals.
  • Obtain additional medical information essential to patient care plan by communicating with hospices, nurses and other health care providers.
  • Implemented coverage updates to the Health Care Reform products offered by ESI to remain complaint with FDA regulations.
  • Act as liaison between patient and patients' families and other health care team members regarding medication issues.
  • Owned and operated by one of the largest Catholic health care systems in the nation, SSM.
  • Communicate and interact with members and other health care providers regarding a member's drug therapy.
  • Provided concise and timely responses to requests for oncology information from health care providers and patients.
  • Provide drug information in an appropriate and professional manner to other health care professionals.
  • Provided drug information to physicians, patients, and other health care staff.
  • Provide drug information and therapeutic dosing advise to the RCRMC health care professionals.
  • Communicate with various health care professionals in an outpatient and inpatient setting.
  • Respond to requests for drug information from health care providers and patients.
  • Provided drug information to MHCD staff and other health care professionals.
  • Provide medication and clinical information to the other health care professionals.
  • Transition of Care programs partnering with home health care providers.
  • Respond to technical and professional inquiries from health care professionals.
  • Answer drug information questions for health care team.
  • Provide drug information to health care professionals.
  • Responded to pharmacotherapy related questions from health care professionals including nurses and physicians.
  • Hired to start-up a home infusion program for an existing hospital-based home health care agency (Condell Medical Center).

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31. Medication Therapy Management
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Here's how Medication Therapy Management is used in Clinical Pharmacist jobs:
  • Performed telephonic Medication Therapy Management.
  • Provide pharmacy clinical services to optimize therapeutic outcomes through Medication Therapy Management Program including Comprehensive Medication Review and Target Intervention.
  • Trained in medication therapy management of immunodeficiency disorders, bleeding disorders, and pulmonary arterial hypertension (PAH).
  • Provided Medication Therapy Management (MTM) to patients from diverse backgrounds who required individual medication and health interventions.
  • Performed critical care and oncology medication therapy management reviews for all patients assigned to both satellite pharmacies.
  • Complete Medication Therapy Management (MTM) assessments and patient counseling based-upon evidence based medicine.
  • Provide training to new and/or transitioning clinical pharmacists in medication therapy management.
  • Conducted Medication Therapy Management sessions over the phone with patients.
  • Advised Medical Consultants on medication therapy management.
  • Assisted in the day to day business functions of the pharmacy department as well as the Medication Therapy Management program.
  • Manage side effects as necessary o Conduct biannual MTM (medication therapy management) reviews with Medicare recipients.
  • Provide Medication Therapy Management (MTM) services to geriatric and other patients with chronic disease states.
  • Helped our pharmacy receive a Best-In-Class rating from Outcomes for our medication therapy management program.
  • Created policies, procedures and protocol for client services for medication therapy management -Developed pharmacist-run ambulatory care clinic within outpatient clinic.
  • Carried out medication therapy management after proper documentation and verification of all incoming patients' medications.
  • Perform Medication Therapy Management for Medicare patients Counsel patients on prescription medications
  • Trained and registered with Outcomes and Mirixa to offer Medication Therapy Management (MTM).
  • Performed Medication Therapy Management (MTM) for Kaiser Permanente Medicare Plus D members.
  • Provide Medication Therapy Management for Humana Clients over the phone.
  • Provide medication therapy management for patients; improve medication adherence, avoid drug- drug interactions and optimize therapeutic outcomes.

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32. Counsel
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Here's how Counsel is used in Clinical Pharmacist jobs:
  • General discharge medication counseling also provided upon request from nursing/physicians or if deemed appropriate during independent patient profile review.
  • Provided specialized care by meeting with patients for medication profile reviews and medication counseling.
  • Performed clinical and distributive staff pharmacist functions, including discharge counseling.
  • Provided patient counseling; administered immunizations; verified prescriptions.
  • Perform screening verification and counseling activities in outpatient pharmacy.
  • Provide direct patient counseling and support antibiotic stewardship.
  • Communicated and counseled patients regarding their medications.
  • Design of patient counseling programs, Medication Therapy Management, Narcotic Safety Initiative, etc.
  • Warm transfer calls to a Clinical Pharmacist for Stability, Usage, and Counseling questions.
  • Provide discharge counseling to inpatients daily resulting in 72.1% HCAPS score.
  • Counseled Project RED patients on medications at time of discharge.
  • Verified/filled prescriptions, counseled patients on medications, conducted DURs, and authorized refills and therapeutic substitutions.
  • Manage a 340B pharmacy in clinical setting Provide counseling for patients with questions on medication therapy and diabetic testing supplies.
  • Provide counseling to patients in regards to their drug therapy to achieve the best use of their medications.
  • Provided patients information on their medications including indication, side effects, and major counseling points.
  • Counseled CHF patients on medication therapy during cardio clinic.
  • Provided discharge medication counseling to patients newly started on Coumadin/Lovenox treatment.
  • Assisted with inbound calls for cvs/caremark in clinical counseling.
  • Prepare and dispense medications Involved in patient counseling and education Participate in continuing education activities and pharmacy inservices
  • Provide discharge counseling, Coumadin counseling, anticoagulation monitoring and IV to PO switches .

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33. CMS
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Here's how CMS is used in Clinical Pharmacist jobs:
  • Determine the final decision of the coverage determination process for the Medicare Part D beneficiaries following CMS rules and requirements.
  • Participated and collaborated with the clinical pharmacist team lead on CMS regulatory issues and other projects as needed.
  • Performed end to end coverage determination case reviews assuring CMS and plan compliance for CMS reporting.
  • Comply with CMS guidelines and time frames when reviewing cases (standard vs. expedited cases).
  • Assure clinical therapy review criteria are met within CMS and NCQA turn-around time restrictions.
  • Conform with and support department quality assurance, improvement, and CMS guidelines.
  • Process requests in compliance with CMS regulations and company policies and procedures.
  • Participate in the development and maintenance of new programs required by CMS.
  • Applied and maintained knowledge of CMS regulatory environment and applicable standards.
  • Implement initiatives related to new CMS requirements.
  • Utilized Medicare criteria guidelines, CMS approved compendia, and clinical judgment to analyze patient medication history.
  • Collaborate with physicians to address clinical issues and develop drug regimens in accordance with formulary reviews and CMS regulations.
  • Assessed coverage for prior authorization and formulary exception request per CMS Part D regulations to ensure drug safety.
  • Assist with evaluating therapy regimens to ensure safe and effective use of medications using CMS approved compendia.
  • Receive faxes and determinate if is applicable for a coverage determination process as stablished by CMS.
  • Communicated with Medical Directors in instances where requests and diagnoses were not CMS compendia supported.
  • Planed initiatives to improve quality measures for CMS, NCQA and HEDIS reporting.
  • Meet CMS regulatory requirements for Part D formulary submissions.
  • Decisioned Clinical pharmacy cases using CMS approved compendia, including DrugDex and LexiComp, as well as approved journals.
  • Take action and report to CMS the beneficiaries identified as over utilizers if determined.

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34. Internal Medicine
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Here's how Internal Medicine is used in Clinical Pharmacist jobs:
  • Facilitate refills of maintenance medications with providers using Internal Medicine Protocol.
  • Managed Internal Medicine clinical rotation for pharmacy students & residents.
  • Worked with the medical team and consulted at the wards for internal medicine, brain internal medicine and external medicine.
  • Experience in oncology, transplant, trauma, cardiology, emergency and, internal medicine (5 years exp)
  • Worked on the Internal Medicine and Pulmonary floor at the PFC (patient focused care) unit.
  • Served as Internal Medicine preceptor to 5 PGY-1 residents and one PGY-2 resident specializing in Internal Medicine.
  • Included Internal Medicine, Emergency Department, Infectious Disease, Hematology/Oncology, Intensive care unit.
  • Provide clinical services for nutrition support, critical care, infectious disease and internal medicine.
  • Determine therapeutic goals and order labs for patients seen in the internal medicine clinic.
  • Rounded with Internal Medicine, General surgery, and Adult Intensive Care Unit physicians.
  • Participate in clinical teaching rounds with house staff internal medicine team.
  • Perform refill extensions for the Internal Medicine Department.
  • Attended Internal Medicine morning report and hospital rounds.
  • Provided comprehensive clinical pharmacy services to patients admitted to the inpatientinternal medicine, infectious diseases, geriatric and renal services
  • Drug information expert for family medicine and internal medicine clinics and hospital staff.
  • Worked asClinical pharmacist in Pediatrics, Critical Care, Labor and Delivery, Internal medicine, CCU and ED.
  • Covered the areas of Internal Medicine, Nephrology, Pediatric, Outpatient and Gynecology.
  • Coordinated ASHP pharmacy residency and precepted Internal Medicine, Pharmacokinetic, and TPN rotations.

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35. New Patient Profiles
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Here's how New Patient Profiles is used in Clinical Pharmacist jobs:
  • Screened new patient profiles to evaluate the validity and safety of medication orders (new and refills).
  • Entered new patient profiles and prescriptions into medication input software system.

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36. Infectious Disease
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Here's how Infectious Disease is used in Clinical Pharmacist jobs:
  • Coordinate with Infectious Disease service the provision of antimicrobial streamlining and pharmacist review of appropriate culture and sensitivity reports.
  • Provide suggestions on therapeutic therapies for infectious disease, intravenous nutrition, anti-coagulation and cardiology.
  • Develop infectious disease and non-infectious disease related clinical initiatives based on descriptive and outcomes-based research.
  • Provided pharmaceutical care to infectious diseases inpatients and ambulatory AIDS clinic patients.
  • Participate in daily infectious disease stewardship huddle with infectious disease pharmacist.
  • Developed and implemented treatment guidelines for various infectious diseases.
  • Participated in daily teaching rounds in Surgical ICU's and lectured on pain control and infectious disease to medical residency staff.
  • Worked in the areas of Psychiatry, Neurology, Rehabilitation, Infectious Diseases and Pulmonary.
  • Network and served as co-chairman with Dr. Robert Baker on the Infectious Disease committee.
  • Participate in the Antimicrobial Stewardship Program 3 times weekly with Infectious Disease Specialist.
  • Experience in Critical Care, Infectious Disease, Cardiology and General Medicine.
  • Functioned as the Infectious Disease Clinical Pharmacist for the Community.
  • Invited lecturer on infectious diseases to third year pharmacy students.
  • Established antibiotic stewardship program and team, antibiotic stewardship de-escalation and therapy evaluation/ management with Infectious Disease (ID) physician.
  • Specialized in nutritional support, antibiotic therapy including pharmokinetic monitoring, and infectious diseases in the geriatric population.
  • Serve on the antibiotic subcommittee, reviewing infectious disease order sets and policies and assisting in updating the health system antibiogram.
  • Focus is on stopping infectious disease by dispensing IV antibiotics, IVIG, biologics and immunizations.
  • Completed medication reviews for P&T in the areas of Infectious Disease and Nephrology.
  • Assisted in providing infusion therapy in support of infectious diseases treatment.
  • Staff Development Coordinator Infectious Diseases and HIV Clinic Froedtert Memorial Lutheran Hospital

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  • Provide telephonic and facsimile-based outreach to providers and patients to enhance evidence-based prescribing and improve quality of care.
  • Authored over thirteen nationally distributed newsletters educating providers on the clinical pearls of the preferred drug list medications.
  • Coordinate shadowing experiences/ rounding with medical and mental health providers.
  • Deliver high quality evidence-based therapeutic recommendations to providers.
  • Provided medication therapy recommendations to appropriate providers.
  • Work closely with providers and nursing staff to maximize therapeutic outcomes and medication safety for patients.
  • Consulted with an interdisciplinary team of providers and nurses to manage high risk members.
  • Communicate with members and providers regarding the outcome of the coverage determination process.
  • Process Patient Documents and conducting HIPAA codes from patient to providers.
  • Consulted to providers in the case management role.
  • Recommended therapy changes to providers and other healthcare professionals, and provided a limited supply of chronic medications to traveling veterans.
  • Consulted with other healthcare providers to obtain prescription clarifications and corrections.
  • Recommend therapeutic substitutes to providers based on formulary availability.
  • Communicated with healthcare providers, insurance companies, and patients in person, by email, via fax and telephone.
  • Provided all patient education on warfarin, CHF, and pneumonia as well as any other requests by providers.
  • Address clinical related questions from healthcare providers, technicians, and help desk agents.
  • Contacted healthcare providers concerning medication issues with the goal of improving clinical outcomes.
  • Support network providers on appropriate drug therapy selection in accordance to the Formulary.
  • Trained and educated healthcare providers, medical residents and healthcare students, patients, and caregivers on proper treatment protocols.
  • Serve as an advocate for patients and offer feedbacks to healthcare providers.

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38. Coverage Determinations
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Here's how Coverage Determinations is used in Clinical Pharmacist jobs:
  • Performed coverage determinations for prescription drugs against established criteria and any prior authorization requests that may result in denial of coverage.
  • Provide clinical knowledge to Physicians over the phone pertaining to questions and interpretations of clinical guideline criteria and coverage determinations criteria.
  • Conducted clinical reviews coverage determinations for Medicare Part-D insured patients utilizing plan guidelines for prior authorizations and step therapy requests.
  • Review clinical request for prior authorizations, coverage determinations, and appeals utilizing client established criteria and Medicare guidelines.
  • Communicate with providers or their staff to obtain required information to make appropriate decision on coverage determinations.
  • Consult physicians with questions and interpretations of clinical guideline criteria and coverage determinations rendered.
  • Make coverage determinations within the defined turnaround times and meet regulatory requirements.
  • Reviewed electronic clinical coverage determinations and appeals and electronic medication requests.
  • Provide research and analysis of PA related coverage determinations.
  • Manage coverage determinations for medical benefit and appeals.
  • Work within regulatory guidelines to make coverage determinations.
  • Evaluate coverage determinations for Medicare Part D, State Medicaid, and commercial plans.
  • Provide guidance and clarification for Part B vs. Part D coverage determinations.
  • Escalate issues to Coverage Determinations and Appeals management team as needed.
  • Evaluated and made coverage determinations and appeals on non-formulary, prior-authorization, quantity limit, step therapy and Tier exception requests.
  • Review prior authorization requests and make medication coverage determinations based upon member benefits and client formulary.
  • Performed clinical reviews of Medicare Part D coverage determinations and tiering exceptions.
  • Provide Clinical, Therapy Decisions, and Coverage Determinations for Aetna Patients via PBM CVSCaremark.

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39. Formulary Management
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  • Conducted discharge education sessions with patients and families, served on the interdisciplinary planning committee, and participated in formulary management.
  • Establish collaborative working relationships with clinicians to positively influence formulary management, integrating central pharmacy initiatives with local practice needs.
  • Strengthened managed care program designed to educate and promote formulary management through physician contacts using preferred drug intervention programs.
  • Provide clinical drug utilization management, formulary management, and business support to key internal and external stakeholders.
  • Assist with formulary management and inventory control including drug regimen reviews for the Pharmacy & Therapeutic committee.
  • Assist in formulary management including calling physicians for appropriate therapeutic substitutions.
  • Contained costs via formulary management and automatic drug conversions.
  • Regulated utilization and formulary management of therapeutic drug classes.
  • Conduct Formulary Management and Drug Utilization Reviews.
  • Participate in drug formulary management.
  • Educated physicians on current drug trends, preferred drug therapies, including generic utilization, formulary management and patient compliance reports.
  • Participate in formulary management activities such as therapeutic substitutions and non-formulary reviews.
  • Served as liaison to Camino Medical physician group on formulary management.
  • Drug utilization review, -Formulary management, and other related services.
  • Helped various Aetna departments with regard to formulary management, new drug additions and changes in drug use.
  • Worked with formulary management to assure the claims system had the correct formulary restrictions in place.

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40. Clinical Supervision
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  • Provided clinical supervision for pharmacy staff.

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41. Cpoe
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  • Developed and reviewed Pediatric order sets for CPOE implementation.
  • Participated in all aspects of order entry process/CPOE, including review, entry, checking for accuracy, and problem solving.
  • Provided clinical and CPOE support to nursing and medical staff, including troubleshooting of major problems and order entry support.
  • Evaluate and verify all medication orders entered by CPOE (computer physician order entry) for appropriateness and completeness.
  • Assess Computerized Provider Order Entry (CPOE) and patient files to ensure accuracy and appropriateness of therapy.
  • Assist in the development and maintenance of orders and order sets in CPOE for neonatal and pediatric patients.
  • Verify all CPOE (computerized physician order entry) orders and assess for accuracy and appropriateness.
  • Evaluate and verify CPOE for appropriate indication, dose, drug-drug and drug-disease interaction.
  • Assisted in building RXM and OE dictionaries and order sets for CPOE implementation.
  • Assisted with the roll out CPOE to the Emergency Department and ICU.
  • Provided clinical and CPOE support to nursing and medical staff.
  • Provide CPOE training and education to the Medical team.
  • Verify CPOE orders for entire hospital.
  • Helped verify orders via CPOE.
  • Assist with implementation of CPOE.
  • Verify Physician orders via CPOE.
  • Coordinated the orientation, training and provided continuous support to physicians and other healthcare providers on CPOE.
  • Trained new pharmacists on Cerner CPOE and mentored students on rotations.
  • order entry/order verification via CPOE, drug dosing/monitoring drug information to MDs, residents, RN's and allied health professionals
  • certificate in Parenteral Nutrition Safety, Electrolyte/Hydration/Acid-Base Training * CPOE review and monitoring

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42. Therapeutic Drug
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  • Carry out a comprehensive review of patients medications, examining for drug interactions/dose checking/therapeutic drug monitoring/and other intervention criteria as required.
  • Dispensed and monitored the use of therapeutic drugs hospital-wide using superior planning and consultation skills.
  • Provide oversight and accountability for all therapeutic drug monitoring throughout the hospital.
  • Performed therapeutic drug monitoring for specific drugs.
  • Provide pharmaceutical care that includes therapeutic drug monitoring, management of TPN s, documentation of patient records.
  • Prepare Hematology & Oncology treatment plans and therapeutic drug up-dates to be implemented in the EMR ordering system.
  • Performed order entry, therapeutic drug monitoring, and drug profile review for all patients.
  • Design, implement, and monitor therapeutic drug plans.
  • Performed literature review journal club at the request of the medical staff on the clinical utility of risperidone therapeutic drug-level monitoring.
  • Provide therapeutic drug monitoring and consultations for all inpatient and outpatient transplant recipients with specific emphasis on immunosuppressive medication regimen.
  • Provided training on protocols and weekly in-service programs on Therapeutic Drug Monitoring to increase students' pharmacotherapy knowledge base.
  • Provide guidance on therapeutic drug monitoring including recommended laboratory tests pre and post dosing.

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43. Precept
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  • Acted as preceptor for Butler University and Purdue University College of Pharmacy students
  • Served as preceptor for eight UW School of Pharmacy students and four pharmacy practice residents per year.
  • Served as a General Medicine and Applied Therapeutic preceptor to third and fourth year pharmacy students and residents
  • Serve as a preceptor for the hospitals PGY-I pharmacy residents during their ambulatory care and geriatric rotation.
  • Developed department's clinical preceptor program for UB Pharmacy School Students.
  • Helped precept PY1 and PY4 pharmacy students.
  • Served as preceptor to pharmacy students.
  • Precepted Pharmacy Practice Residents and students during their Drug Information Service rotation.
  • Designated clinical preceptor for PGY1 pharmacy residents and student intern pharmacist.
  • Precepted Pharmacy Practice Residents during their Surgical Intensive Care Unit rotation.
  • Participated in precepting pharmacy interns and training staff.
  • Precepted pharmacy residents and students.
  • Precepted APPE Rotations students - Researched and presented poster presentations on improving star ratings for adherence measures - Floater Staff Pharmacist
  • Board approved preceptor, precepted pharmacy students in areas of hospital pharmacy.
  • Participated in precepting the Clinical experience of MCPHS Pharmacy students.
  • Help to precept Pharm D candidates in their clinical rotations.
  • Precepted and taught Pharmacy students from UCSD and UCSF.
  • Acted as lead preceptor for three APPE students
  • Acted a preceptor to third and fourth year Pharm.D.
  • Precepted and taught Scripps Mercy Pharmacy Practice residents.

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44. Jcaho
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  • Chart reviews and maintenance of documentation to uphold JCAHO accreditation
  • Contributed substantially to successful JCAHO accreditation within the department.
  • Designed and implemented documentation systems in compliance with JCAHO standards, including clinical care plans for drug therapy in disease management.
  • Collaborate with management team for Adverse Drug Reaction monitoring and reporting in compliance with JCAHO standards and ASHP guidelines.
  • Advised principal investigator and director on JCAHO and OSHA standards for pharmacy in clinic.
  • Developed a program to aid the clinic and staff to meet JCAHO Standards.
  • Worked with the Quality Management Department to prepare the hospital for JCAHO accreditation.
  • Reported critical lab values and conditions necessary per JCAHO and ACHC standards.
  • Comply with all state and federal laws and JCAHO and HIPPA regulations.
  • Implemented JCAHO standards of care within pediatrics including the standardization of medicines.
  • Participated in quality assurance activities in order to be JCAHO compliant.
  • Helped prepare for the JCAHO inspection, scheduled for August 2005.
  • Assist Director of Pharmacy in preparation of JCAHO survey.
  • Delivered department wide in-services to ensure JCAHO compliance.
  • Maintained clinical chart as required by JCAHO.
  • Prepared staff and organization for JCAHO.
  • Operated under JCAHO standards Created performance improvement standards.
  • Maintain inventory for investigational drugs, and maintain appropriate storage of study drugs per protocol, FDA and JCAHO requirements.
  • Assisted in site JCAHO/URAC accreditation meetings and pharmacy record compliance
  • Assisted in preparing for Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO) National Goals for anticoagulation.

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45. Sterile Products
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  • Monitored the preparation of sterile products; reviewed and approved intravenous admixtures and total parental nutrition.
  • Prepared and supervised the preparation of sterile products using aseptic technique and hospital standards.
  • Compounded and repackaged medications, including unit-doses, topical medications and sterile products.
  • Maintained patient records, processed equipment and supply orders, prepared sterile products, -Knowledge of unit dose and aseptic technique.
  • Check compounded sterile products, computer order-entry and manage the pharmacy clean room to suit 797 requirements.
  • Instructed pharmacy support personnel in the appropriate compounding, packaging and labeling of compounded sterile products.
  • Perform supervisory task of overseeing the technicians in the Sterile Products area on an ongoing basis.
  • Prepare and supervise the preparation of IV sterile products in accordance with USP 797 guidelines.
  • Manufacture, prepare, and label compounds, solutions, and other sterile products.
  • Assisted with the compounding of sterile products for use in the home-care patient.
  • Prepare and compound sterile and non-sterile products including I.V.
  • Compounded and verified IV admixtures and non-sterile products.
  • Prepared sterile products following USP 797.
  • Oversee compounding of sterile products.
  • Coordinated sterility testing both on-site and off-site for verification of concentrations and relative potencies of sterile products.
  • Prepare sterile products including large/small volume parenterals, chemotherapy and TPN utilizing aseptic technique and monitoring parameters.
  • Compound sterile products Conduct departmental/branch morning meetings.
  • Compound sterile products including IVs, TPNs, and investigational products.
  • Bed # 320) Centralized activities: Preparation, verification of sterile products in USP 797 IV room.
  • stroke team, procedural sedation) Compound pharmaceuticals, sterile products, chemotherapy, and parenteral nutrition.

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46. PBM
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  • Inputted detailed notes into PBM and PRISM software, which outlined review criteria met and missing that led to each outcome.
  • Direct PBM and in-house prior approval process for all pharmaceuticals including specialty drugs, supplements and experimental agents, among others.
  • Provided analysis and resolution for issues from Systems, Operations, PBM account support team and BCBSMA Service Areas.
  • Designed and developed reports using Golden and Business Objects for PBM clients, network pharmacies, and CMS.
  • Served as the primary clinical pharmacist for the Indiana PBM account ; assisted state with inquiries as needed.
  • Performed as the Clinical and Operational PBM Contact for the Anthem Midwest Health Plan and National Accounts.
  • Provided reporting of monitoring to the PBM to address and correct identified issues in compliance.
  • Served as primary clinical liaison to our PBM.
  • Provide clinical support for the PBM call center.
  • Trained pharmacists in classroom settings throughout the country on clinical adjudication system and the PBMphilosophy for members.
  • Direct oversight of PBM to maintain accurate benefit and drug coverage for USFHP and Medicare Advantage Program.
  • Assist in formulary adjustment based on patient needs and ongoing changes with PBMs.

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47. INR
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  • Communicate with physicians and laboratory about critical INR values and document new recommendations in critical states.
  • Offered part-time assistance in the monitoring of patient's INR's.
  • Monitor monthly INR values, evaluate and report adverse drug reactions.
  • Monitor INR of patients and adjust their anti- coagulants accordingly.
  • Monitored PT/INR values with dosage adjustments as necessary.
  • Manage INR's of 165 patients at the Elk River clinic at least monthly.
  • Ensured therapeutic and safe anticoagulation by following patient INR levels daily and providing recommendations as needed.
  • Interpret INR/PT and make appropriate adjustment to warfarin therapy following current National Guidelines.
  • Facilitated implementation of fingerstick INR lab device.
  • Excelled in all clinical areas, with a solid track record of maintaining patient drug levels and INRs within therapeutic range.
  • Initiated and championed anticoagulation INR point of care testing and patient self testing enhancing patient and staff satisfaction.
  • Monitored warfarin therapy through follow up of INR lab results and adjusted dose accordingly.
  • Adjusted warfarin doses based on INR results and other pertinent patient specific factors.
  • Interviewed, performed INR checks, and dosed patient Coumadin regimens.
  • Managed several patients' warfarin dosing daily that included assessing INR levels and reaching out to prescriber to recommend dosing changes.
  • Manage warfarin consults, warfarin patient teaching, and house-wide INR monitoring to fulfill Joint Commission National Patient Safety Goals.
  • Monitored daily INR and consult with physician on Coumadin management.
  • Monitor INRs, adjust warfarin doses, and assess TSOACs tolerance/adherence via face and phone follow-ups.

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48. Anticoagulation Therapy
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  • Write in-depth progress notes detailing assessment and plan of anticoagulation therapy.
  • Provide counseling and education for patients on anticoagulation therapy.
  • Certified through University of Southern Indiana in anticoagulation therapy.
  • Monitor patients on anticoagulation therapy for accuracy and appropriateness.
  • Monitor patients for potential complications of anticoagulation therapy.
  • Manage anticoagulation therapy in the outpatient clinic.
  • Provided direct patient counseling on diabetes, CHF, and anticoagulation therapy as well as medication use upon discharge.
  • Analyze both local and regional reports to enhance anticoagulation therapy for patients as well as educating current staff members.
  • Educated patients and caregivers with respect to anticoagulation therapy tailored to the specific needs of each patient.
  • Participate in pharmacist-run anticoagulation program including: ordering and assessing lab values and adjusting anticoagulation therapy per protocol.
  • Provide patient discharge counseling, anticoagulation therapy management; order entry and verification services; pharmacokinetic monitoring.
  • Credentialed Provider: Anticoagulation therapy management, to include adjusting medication therapy within PCP anticoagulation goal.
  • Monitored patients on anticoagulation therapy and maintained a daily log of their INR and aPPT levels.
  • Monitored anticoagulation therapy at the warfarin/enoxaparin clinic.
  • Manage anticoagulation therapy, Target-specific anticoagulation therapy, and assist with periprocedure consults in collaboration with the anticoagulation pharmacist.

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49. RPH
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  • Target Pharmacy, MD Retail Pharmacist c/o RPH on the GO Provided relief work when needed.
  • Assist RPh in building and processing Prior-Authorization of prescriptions for medical providers and pharmacies.
  • Provided clinical assistance to the RPh staff in addition to case processing.
  • Provided clinical pharmacy services to hospital patients Director: George Brown, RPh
  • Provided ancillary support to Physicians, Nurses and RPhs.
  • Jack Lemanowicz, RPh, Director of Pharmacy

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50. Medication Errors
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  • Created educational in-service training for nursing staff on new medications and error-prone medications with the goal of reducing medication errors.
  • Coordinate medication orders between hospital, outpatient and nursing facility records to maximize patient care and minimize medication errors.
  • Head of medication safety committee: developed training modules to improve employee competencies and ultimately reduce medication errors.
  • Key clinician in advocating quality assurance, chiefly by educating awareness of medication errors and HIPAA guidelines.
  • Prevented medication errors by thoroughly reviewing patient profiles and providing education to nurses and caregivers.
  • Report medication errors and adverse drug reactions in appropriate hospital wide quality databases.
  • Staff education on patient safety and recognition of potential medication errors.
  • Investigated medication errors and outline processes for error reduction.
  • Performed medication reviews in patients' charts to decrease medication errors and enhance compliance.
  • Assist in efforts to recognize and reduce adverse drug reactions and medication errors.
  • Document of adverse drug reactions and medication errors as part of daily activity.
  • Developed monthly reports on medication errors and adverse drug reactions.
  • Investigated, reported and documented ADR's and Medication errors.
  • Identified and reported adverse drug events and medication errors.
  • End result:88% reduction in pediatric medication errors.
  • Reported medication errors and adverse drug reactions.
  • Coordinate drug regimens for weekly or monthly multi-dose packaging to enhance medication compliance and minimize medication errors.
  • Provide knowledge of common medication errors seen in ER to helpreduce medication errors.
  • Detect, monitor, document and report adverse drug reactions and medication errors.

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20 Most Common Skills For A Clinical Pharmacist

Drug Therapy

19.5%

Patient Care

14.1%

IV

9.1%

TPN

5.4%

Renal Function

4.5%

Pharmacokinetic

4.5%

Retail Pharmacy

4.4%

Order Entry

3.8%

Potential Drug Interactions

3.8%

Medication Orders

3.7%

Vancomycin

3.4%

Physician Orders

3.3%

Oncology

3.1%

Medication Reconciliation

2.9%

ICU

2.7%

Diabetes

2.7%

Pharmd

2.4%

Pharmaceutical Care

2.3%

Nutrition Care Plans

2.2%

Medical Staff

2.1%
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Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Clinical Pharmacist

Rank Skill
1 Drug Therapy 14.3%
2 Patient Care 10.4%
3 IV 6.7%
4 TPN 4.0%
5 Renal Function 3.3%
6 Pharmacokinetic 3.3%
7 Retail Pharmacy 3.2%
8 Order Entry 2.8%
9 Potential Drug Interactions 2.8%
10 Medication Orders 2.7%
11 Vancomycin 2.5%
12 Physician Orders 2.4%
13 Oncology 2.3%
14 Medication Reconciliation 2.1%
15 ICU 2.0%
16 Diabetes 2.0%
17 Pharmd 1.8%
18 Pharmaceutical Care 1.7%
19 Nutrition Care Plans 1.6%
20 Medical Staff 1.6%
21 Pyxis 1.6%
22 Pain Management 1.4%
23 Pharmacy Staff 1.4%
24 Clinical Staff 1.2%
25 Disease States 1.2%
26 Medicare 1.1%
27 Medicaid 1.0%
28 Coumadin 1.0%
29 Proper USE 1.0%
30 Health Care 1.0%
31 Medication Therapy Management 1.0%
32 Counsel 1.0%
33 CMS 0.9%
34 Internal Medicine 0.9%
35 New Patient Profiles 0.8%
36 Infectious Disease 0.8%
37 Providers 0.8%
38 Coverage Determinations 0.8%
39 Formulary Management 0.8%
40 Clinical Supervision 0.8%
41 Cpoe 0.7%
42 Therapeutic Drug 0.7%
43 Precept 0.7%
44 Jcaho 0.6%
45 Sterile Products 0.6%
46 PBM 0.6%
47 INR 0.6%
48 Anticoagulation Therapy 0.5%
49 RPH 0.5%
50 Medication Errors 0.5%
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