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Top 50 Clinical Staff Pharmacist Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Clinical Staff Pharmacist. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Clinical Staff Pharmacist resumes they appeared on. For example, 12.3% of Clinical Staff Pharmacist resumes contained New Pharmacists as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Clinical Staff Pharmacist actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

These are the most important skills for a Clinical Staff Pharmacist:

1. New Pharmacists

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Here's how New Pharmacists is used in Clinical Staff Pharmacist jobs:
  • Help train new pharmacists on computer order entry and also monitor performance by auditing orders.
  • Trained and mentored new pharmacists at the request of the director of pharmacy.
  • Trained all new pharmacists hired to work the evening shift.
  • Utilize communication skills and product knowledge to train new pharmacists.
  • Assist with training of new pharmacists and student pharmacists.
  • Train new pharmacists to use RPMS and EHR system.
  • Assist in the training of new pharmacists and technicians.
  • Trained new pharmacists on workflow processes and created training materials/summary tip sheets for pharmacy order entry and departmental performance improvement activities.
  • Train new pharmacists and assist in precepting pharmacy students.

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2. Medication Therapy

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Here's how Medication Therapy is used in Clinical Staff Pharmacist jobs:
  • Established and provided management of a pharmaceutical practice with specializations in Medication Therapy Management, Diabetes, and Cardiovascular Disease education.
  • Recommended changes in medication therapy based on appropriateness and medication management initiatives and documented interventions.
  • Monitored medication therapy and served as drug information resource to medical staff and patients.
  • Provide medication information and medication therapy guidelines to the clinical staff as required.
  • Provide recommendations on medication therapy selection, monitoring and management.
  • Provided Medication Therapy Management for Medicare and other eligible patients.
  • Provided Medication Therapy Management to high risk patients.
  • Perform Medication Therapy Management for select patients.
  • Provide medication therapy management (MTM) to patients and identify barriers to medication adherence and persistence.
  • Served as respected resource on patient medication therapy for medical staff, residents, and interns.
  • Perform a complete review of patient's medication therapy to determine if appropriateness.
  • Assist in promoting safe, efficacious, and cost-effective medication therapy.
  • Monitored medication therapy for pediatrics, geriatrics, and critical care.
  • Educated fellow workers and patients of medication therapy and disease states.
  • Answer nurses questions about medication therapy.
  • Rounded daily and provided information and recommendations to physicians and nurses regarding patients medication therapy and monitoring.
  • Dosed antibiotics and monitored pharmacokinetics to ensure optimal medication therapy selection.
  • Follow guidelines for immunization, MTM (Medication Therapy Management), Antibiotics Stewart ship program.
  • Recognize untreated health problems that could be improved or resolved with appropriate medication therapy.

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3. Drug Therapy

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Here's how Drug Therapy is used in Clinical Staff Pharmacist jobs:
  • Analyze every drug order for potential drug-related medical problems and implementing corrective action to ensure that patients receive optimal drug therapy.
  • Recommend intravenous to oral antibiotic drug therapy conversion and initiate renal dosing as per institutional protocol.
  • Specialized care, identifying appropriate drug therapy to ensure appropriateness of continuation of therapy.
  • Monitored all drug therapy for interactions, adverse reactions and therapeutic efficacy.
  • Evaluated and monitored patient drug therapy in collaboration with clinicians.
  • Monitor narrow therapeutic index drug therapy.
  • Assist physicians and other staff to tailor drug therapy on an individual patient basis by providing appropriate drug information.
  • Review drug therapy regimens for allergies, drug-drug interactions, drug-food interactions, and potential adverse reactions.
  • Participated in weekly rounds and monitored drug therapy of 15-20 patients per day.
  • Performed daily patient rounds with physicians to recommend appropriate drug therapy.
  • Assessed blood culture and lab results for appropriate drug therapy.
  • Manage drug therapy of patients and adjusting as needed.
  • Drug therapy monitoring in the critical care units.
  • Perform drug therapy streamlining when appropriate..
  • Collaborate with nurse practitioners and physicians to monitor drug therapy; make dosing adjustments and drug changes based on laboratory results.
  • Review medication orders to assure accuracy, to ascertain the needed ingredients, and to evaluate their suitability for drug therapy.
  • Ensured appropriate drug selection and drug therapy for hospital's inpatients and outpatients to help cost containments.
  • Followed hospital formulary by minimizing non-formulary medications, utilizing therapeutic protocols and promoting rational drug therapy selection.
  • Provided drug information and assisted physician in providing appropriate drug therapy for pediatric, adult, and geriatric patients.
  • full time Utilize experience and expertise to effectively evaluate and monitor drug therapy while anticipating potential and existing drug therapy problems.

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4. Patient Care

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Here's how Patient Care is used in Clinical Staff Pharmacist jobs:
  • Participated in patient care rounds to provide drug information regarding therapeutics and medical problems or questions.
  • Performed chart reviews, and participated in interdisciplinary patient care teams.
  • Optimized employee-patient care by offering domestic assistance to fellow employees.
  • Completed special statistical patient care projects related to patient treatment efficacy and outcomes for the Director of Pharmacy as assigned.
  • Partner with doctors and staff to ensure the provision of safe and cost-effective drug therapy for assigned patient care teams.
  • Work with acute care medical team to ensure safe and effective transition of patients from PACU to inpatient care.
  • Interacted and advised medical professionals regarding changes in therapy with the goal of enhancing patient care and/or decreasing costs.
  • Participate in activities to plan, measure, assess, and improve the quality of patient care.
  • Provide education for all patient care staff including physicians, nurses, nutritionists, and social-workers.
  • Facilitated direct patient care through counseling on prescriptions and screening for drug allergies and interactions.
  • Communicated regularly with physicians, nurses, and patients family to provide excellent patient care.
  • Participate on patient care rounds assuring the safe and cost-effective use of medications.
  • Orchestrated upkeep of intravenous chemo infusion pumps, including patient care logs.
  • Evaluated patient care needs, prioritized treatment, and maintained patient flow.
  • Dispensed controlled substances to patient care areas and maintained the records.
  • Participate in patient care rounds.
  • Attend patient care rounds (nursing rounds).
  • Participate in interdisciplinary patient care rounds to ensure optimal pharmacotherapy for patients.
  • Worked to improve intra-departmental patient care efficiency.
  • Process and dispense medications in a timely manner to provide excellence in patient care.

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5. Pharmacokinetic

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Here's how Pharmacokinetic is used in Clinical Staff Pharmacist jobs:
  • Provided vast amount of medication education to include compatibility of I.V.s, dosing, pharmacokinetic dosing adjustments, and drug interactions.
  • Experience gained includes monitoring and assessing the appropriateness of antibiotic therapy using pharmacokinetic and renal dosing.
  • Performed clinical duties including pharmacokinetics, therapeutic drug monitoring and therapeutic recommendations to staff physicians.
  • Provide pharmacokinetic calculations, medication dosing, anticoagulant dosing and other clinical services.
  • Assess patient profile using pharmacokinetic knowledge base to monitor patient medication.
  • Involved in drug information, pharmacokinetics, nutrition support, chemotherapy.
  • Ensured proper therapeutic and pharmacokinetic dosing was provided.
  • Perform pharmacokinetic and renal dosing of antibiotics.
  • Performed pharmacokinetic and renal dosing when required.
  • Monitored lab values, performed pharmacokinetic dosing, performed clinical interventions which lead to stronger patient care while minimizing costs.
  • Provided clinical services including pharmacokinetic and monitored anticoagulation dosing.
  • Conducted pharmacokinetic monitoring of antimicrobials.
  • Worked in central pharmacy, providing drug distributed services Completed clinical activities, such as pharmacokinetic dosing and renal adjustments as needed
  • Provide pharmacokinetic calculations, drug information and other clinical services.
  • Provide pharmacokinetic dosing including monitoring drug levels of Aminoglycosides, Vancomycin, etc.
  • Provided patient-specific pharmacokinetic assessments based on laboratory results and clinical responses.
  • Calculated and monitored pharmacokinetics of aminoglycosides and Vancomycin for patients.
  • Adjust pharmacokinetic dosing for adults of vancomycin/aminoglycosides per protocol.
  • Assist with pharmacokinetic/anticoagulation consult service from hospitalists.
  • Assist with pharmacokinetic dosing for vancomycin and aminoglycosides per consult; Monitor and adjust Coumadin/TPN dosing per protocol.

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6. Retail Pharmacy

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Here's how Retail Pharmacy is used in Clinical Staff Pharmacist jobs:
  • Retail Pharmacy Manager City Drug, Essex, VT.
  • Managed 7 employees in a retail pharmacy setting

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7. Order Entry

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Here's how Order Entry is used in Clinical Staff Pharmacist jobs:
  • Participated in the initiation of point of care medication administration, and computerized physician order entry.
  • Perform order entry and oversee drug distribution and preparation to assure safety and timeliness.
  • Performed order entry and distributive pharmacist functions at a multiply-licensed psychiatric hospital.
  • Performed therapeutic substitutions and dose adjustments per hospital protocol at order entry.
  • Performed physician order entry and reviewed orders for accuracy.
  • Performed order entry and processed clinical interventions.
  • Maintain day to day operations, order entry, checking, verifying, and dispensing of all medications.
  • Provide order entry and clinical services to critically ill patients in a challenging fast paced environment.
  • Supervised pharmacy interns, medication order entry when needed, clinical interventions, code attendance etc,
  • Assist night shift pharmacist in drug and IV order entry & review for appropriateness of use.
  • Ensured IV and TPN preparation, cart check reviews, and computerized physician order entry accuracy.
  • Supervised technician staff, managed order entry, verification, and accurate dispensing Prepared i.v.
  • Performed central distributive duties of order entry, and verifying filling of orders by technicians.
  • Order Verification, Order Entry, Patient Counseling, Immunization initiation, MD Consulting.
  • Order entry, evaluation, and intervention with physicians, residents and medical students.
  • Provide order entry and assessment for drug interactions, allergies, and adverse effects.
  • Centralized pharmacy clinical review/order entry for 14 HCA hospitals for KY and TN.
  • Provided one-on-one patient mediation counseling Performed accurate medication order entry
  • Perform standard staff/clinical duties such as QA, order entry patient counseling and insurance billing.
  • Provide order entry activities & gain experience on HMM, Sunrise Clinical systems.

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8. Renal Function

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Here's how Renal Function is used in Clinical Staff Pharmacist jobs:
  • Monitored renal dosing of all medications for deficient renal function patients and documented clinical care interventions.
  • Monitor patient renal function and adjust medication dosing accordingly to prevent toxicity or sub- therapeutic dosing.
  • Monitored renal function and liver function to adjust antibiotic dosage to achieve optimal outcome.
  • Adjust medications based on renal function/hepatic function/indication/labs to prevent serious adverse drug events.
  • Monitor renal dosing medications for deficient renal function patients.
  • Adjust medication according to renal function, convert intravenous medications to the oral route, and monitor/document adverse drug reactions.
  • Monitor patient renal function and adjust medication dosing accordingly to preventtoxicity or sub-therapeutic dosing.
  • diminished renal function, age/population dependent dose modifications, abnormal/critical lab values, identification and documentation of adverse drug reactions).

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9. Vancomycin

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Here's how Vancomycin is used in Clinical Staff Pharmacist jobs:
  • Updated Vancomycin policy which the hospital approved and implemented * BLS, PALS and ACLS certified.
  • Dose and manage all Vancomycin and Aminoglycoside antibiotics throughout the entire hospital including overseeing, evaluating, and ordering antibiotic labs.
  • Dosed and monitored medications with a narrow therapeutic index including Vancomycin and aminoglycoside.
  • Monitored aminglycoside, vancomycin and hyperal1imentation therapy and modified therapy as appropriate.
  • Monitored Vancomycin levels and wrote orders to increase or decrease dosing recommendations.
  • Dose Vancomycin, Aminoglycosides and antibiotics per order of physicians.
  • Monitored patients on vancomycin and other renally adjusted medications.
  • Monitored and adjusted Vancomycin levels and other aminoglycides.
  • Perform kinetics on aminoglycoside and vancomycin levels.
  • Adjust vancomycin/aminoglycosides dosing per protocol.
  • Provide clinical services in the following areas: Renal dose monitoring, vancomycin/aminoglycoside dosing, and IV to PO conversion.
  • Ordered vancomycin trough, INRs, CBC, CMP and other labs when warranted.
  • Apply clinical vancomycin/aminoglycoside dosing subject matter expertise, while also providing assistance with regards to discharge counseling and conducting hyperalimentation calculations.
  • Completed pharmacokinetic consults for vancomycin and aminoglycosides including daily monitoring of therapy, relevant lab values, and drug levels.
  • Practice pharmacokinetic principles in the dosing and management of all vancomycin and aminoglycoside patients.
  • Dose Vancomycin and Aminoglycosides as part of Pharmacokinetic Dosing Service.
  • Provided clinical services, including pharmacokinetic consultations for vancomycin and aminoglycosides, chemotherapy dosing and management, and TPNs.
  • Utilize institutionally based guidelines to appropriately dose anticoagulation treatment, vancomycin, amino glycosides.
  • Dose vancomycin, aminoglycosides, warfain, and other antibiotics based on indications, clinical labwork, and desired therapeutic outcomes.
  • Dose and monitor antibiotics including aminoglycosides, carbapenems, cephalosporins, fluoroquinolones, and Vancomycin.

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10. Physician Medication Orders

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Here's how Physician Medication Orders is used in Clinical Staff Pharmacist jobs:
  • Processed physician medication orders and protocols.
  • Evaluated physician medication orders for appropriateness of drug, dosage, indication, route of administration, and potential drug interactions.

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11. Pyxis

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Here's how Pyxis is used in Clinical Staff Pharmacist jobs:
  • Understand the PYXIS delivery system and assist nursing in troubleshooting problems with the delivery system.
  • Verified daily proficiency reports generated by the PYXIS dispensing system.
  • Appointed to maintain ER Pyxis on as-need basis encompassing loading/refilling medications, conducting inventory checks, and identifying expired drugs.
  • Develop and program innovative and flexible automated adverse drug reporting algorithms through Pyxis.
  • Acted as pharmacy liaison for updated Pyxis implementation.
  • Operated Pyxis medication dispensing units.
  • Implemented Pyxis operations and expansion.
  • Supervised technicians in all aspect of pharmacy practice including IV admixtures, Pyxis usage and maintenance, and prescription dispensing.
  • Managed all supply issues, Pyxis issues, dispensing, compounding, refilling, and ordering.
  • Acquired the Pyxis C-II Safe for appropriate accountability and dispensing of controlled substances.
  • Process prescription orders via EPIC/off site location - Siemens/Pyxis Connect.
  • Order entry, verification, and dispensing of medication, direct supervision of technicians, Pyxis maintenance along with nurse/staff education.
  • Worked with pharmacy technicians in resolving Pyxis units discrepancies and other technical support for Pyxis system.
  • Recognized as Meditech and Pyxis Super User and readily served on-call for overnight shifts.
  • Handled data entry, creating electronic health records, using Keane/HMS/Pyxis Connect.
  • Worked with Pyxis automated drug dispenser to maintain floorstock.
  • Worked with the Omnisell and Pyxis
  • Order entry through Medi-Tech/Pyxis Connect Cart and IV Batch Checks Supervision of Technicians
  • Work with Meditech, Pyxis Connect and Accudose pharmacy management system.

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12. Drug-Drug Interactions

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Here's how Drug-Drug Interactions is used in Clinical Staff Pharmacist jobs:
  • Determined appropriateness of medications and monitored drug-drug interactions, drug-disease interactions, and allergies.
  • Reviewed patient s profile for drug-drug interactions and pharmacological duplicate medications.
  • Review patient charts, evaluate pertinent laboratory data and drug-drug interactions.
  • Contacted MDs for discrepancies, drug-drug interactions, missing scripts.

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13. Warfarin

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Here's how Warfarin is used in Clinical Staff Pharmacist jobs:
  • Reviewed warfarin dose history for trends based on INR for appropriateness of the current order.
  • Initiated, followed and adjusted warfarin per physician consult.
  • Developed a Power Point presentation for patient education on warfarin therapy.Community Pharmacy Services.
  • Monitored patients on warfarin and dofetilide therapy and counseled new patients at discharge.
  • Ordered daily INR's and adjusted the dose of warfarin to obtain therapeutic levels often using Lovenox as a bridge.
  • Accept consults from physicians to initiate, dose, order labs, and monitor patients on parenteral antibiotics and warfarin.
  • Dose all aminoglycosides, manage all TPN patients, monitor and dose warfarin patients.
  • Worked closely with home health scheduling bloodwork and dosing warfarin as appropriate.
  • Provide warfarin counseling to all warfarin patients prior to discharge.
  • Dosed warfarin, aminoglycosides; and provided renal dosing.
  • Participate in infection control rounds and provide dosing and monitoring of vancomycin, aminoglycosides, and warfarin.
  • Performed renal dose assessment, managed heparin, warfarin, enoxaparin and other anticoagulated patients.
  • Provided anticoagulation monitoring of but not limited to warfarin, heparin, and enoxaparin.
  • Completed pharmacokinetic, TPN, and anticoagulation dosing with heparin and warfarin.
  • Manage anticoagulation, including enoxaparin and warfarin for DVT prophylaxis s/p hip and knee surgery upon requests.
  • Completed consultations for vancomycin dosing, aminoglycoside dosing, warfarin monitoring, VTE, etc.
  • Completed warfarin, kinetic, polypharmacy, adherence, and drug information consults Blount 1
  • Participate in aminoglycoside, vancomycin, and warfarin dosing per protocol, as well as renally adjust medications per protocol.
  • Performed monitoring on patients with anticoagulation including Heparin, Warfarin, Lovenox, Apixaban and Xarelto initiation and further dosing.
  • Provide targeted drug monitoring for warfarin, digoxin, metformin, and hyperkalemia inducing agents such as ACE inhibitors and ARBs.

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Here's how ICU is used in Clinical Staff Pharmacist jobs:
  • Worked in the ICU units frequently as a clinical pharmacist and was responsible for renal Dosing/monitoring drugs for those patients.
  • Worked on a different unit each week of the month including ICU, telemetry, oncology and inpatient pharmacy.
  • Provided expert pharmaceutical services in maternity, NICU, pediatrics, medical/surgical, and long-term acute care.
  • Worked in various areas including ICU, OR, IV room and compounded chemotherapy.
  • Code Blue Response team, daily rounds in ICU and Cardiovascular ICU.
  • Attended daily clinical ICU rounds for a Level II trauma center.
  • Performed daily shift drip rounds for a Level I trauma ICU.
  • Check dosages of Chemotherapy, PICU, and NICU orders.
  • Involved in ICU and family practice multidisciplinary rounds.
  • Participated in interdisciplinary team ICU and PICU Rounds.
  • Participate in monthly NICU Quality Improvement Meetings.
  • Monitor medication appropriateness in the NICU.
  • Last 6 years primarily in ICU.
  • Prepared IV's, and TPN's for Adult and NICU/Pediatric patients.
  • Prepared and checked a large number ofN admixtures, Chemotherapy drugs, TPN, PEDS, & NICU preparations.
  • Initiated the providing of NICU pharmaceutical services during weekdays including attending rounds with the Neonatologist and the Nurse Practitioner.
  • Attended case management team reviews on cardiology, med-surg, and ICU units.
  • Verify physician order entry and medications Provide clinical services for Level IV NICU Compound/verify sterile preparations

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15. Aminoglycosides

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Here's how Aminoglycosides is used in Clinical Staff Pharmacist jobs:
  • Perform pharmacokinetic dosing on aminoglycosides and other antibiotics.
  • Provided and taught APK-computerized vancomycin/aminoglycosides pharmacokinetic monitoring and dosing to pharmacists.

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17. Oncology

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Here's how Oncology is used in Clinical Staff Pharmacist jobs:
  • Performed clinical review of physician orders for inpatients, outpatients, ambulatory surgical patients and oncology patients.
  • Managed many aspects of daily operations of pharmacy department with emerging focus on oncology.
  • Devise and supervise effective chemotherapy regimen implementation for oncology and hematology patients.
  • Verified & mixed chemotherapy for both out-patient and inpatient oncology patient.
  • Prepared and administered chemotherapy agents in the weekly oncology clinic.
  • Functioned as oncology pharmacist and infusion specialist.
  • Compounded medications for the Oncology Outpatient Clinic.
  • Rotated between two satellite pharmacies, general medicine, surgical floors and oncology in one satellite and the operating room pharmacy.
  • Worked independently in decentralized settings within nursing stations, including surgery, oncology, and in the intensive care unit.
  • Perform drug regimen reviews for our long term care unit and for patients at the oncology center.
  • Created process and flow for streamlining oncology clinic order process and review.
  • Set up the decentralized chemotherapy clean room on the oncology floor.
  • Prepared intravenous chemotherapeutic agents in a sterile environment for in-stay oncology patients Counseled patients and answered questions pertaining to their medications.
  • Examined and reviewed pharmacy processes pertaining to general pharmacy hospital practice Serviced as Oncology Specialist for pharmacy operations.
  • Worked at the off-site oncology center, mixed chemotherapy and pre-medications and ordered 340b medications.
  • Attended Department of Oncology multi-disciplinary meetings.
  • Trained and rotated through specialty satellites including OR/PACU, Oncology, Critical Care and Neonatal Provided discharge counseling to patients
  • Worked in outpatient, inpatient and various decentralized clinics of the pharmacy including IV room and oncology.
  • Developed a safe procedure for dissolving cytotoxic Temozolomide capsules for patient administration and implementation in hematology and oncology clinics.
  • Implemented an out-patient oncology infusion clinic to provideoncology services to Desoto county.

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Here's how Medical Staff is used in Clinical Staff Pharmacist jobs:
  • Provide clinical consultation and pharmacy services to medical staff for newly admitted patients.
  • Direct communication and interaction is appreciated with the medical staff and residents.
  • Provide drug information and therapeutic recommendations to medical staff and residents.
  • Provided medication counseling to patients as requested by medical staff.
  • Provided medical staff with accurate drug information.
  • Provided appropriate drug information to medical staff.
  • Performed on-call duties and resolved any issues, dispensed necessary medication and answered any questions to medical staff as needed.
  • Share subject matter expertise regarding selection and compounding with physicians, nurses and other medical staff.
  • Collaborated with medical staff to achieve optimal measures to decrease length of patient stay.
  • Drug information and teaching to medical staff and patients when needed or required.
  • Answer drug information questions from physicians, nurses, and other medical staff.
  • Educated patients and medical staff on drug therapeutics and interactions.
  • Drug information and teaching to medical staff and patients.
  • Ensured accurate drug information for medical staff.
  • Conducted clinical rounds with medical staff.
  • Support the formulary development process by consulting with medical staff and promoting rational drug therapy selection.
  • Involved in training of nurses, tecnicians and other paramedical staff.
  • Communicate with medical staff to recommend an alternative drug regimen for all drugs that require pharmacokinetic or pharmacodynamic intervention.
  • Consulted by medical staff on drug information, dosages and medications like aminoglycosides and vancomycin.
  • Dosed and followed vancomycin and aminoglycoside patients and many others as requested by the medical staff.

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20. Medication Reconciliation

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Here's how Medication Reconciliation is used in Clinical Staff Pharmacist jobs:
  • Facilitated hospital discharge process by performing medication reconciliation with a deep focus on decreasing medication errors and increasing patient safety.
  • Display patient-oriented and comprehensive clinical pharmacy services such as complete medication reconciliation and patient education before discharge.
  • Provide patient transitional care including patient admission counseling, admission medication reconciliation and discharge medication reconciliation.
  • Interviewed patients/families or contacted patient's pharmacy/primary physician for medication reconciliation information.
  • Provide pharmacy lead medication reconciliation and discharge reconciliation for hospital patients.
  • Direct patient interaction via medication education and performing medication reconciliation.
  • Reviewed for accuracy medication reconciliation histories compiled by technicians.
  • Perform medication reconciliation for surgical admit patients.
  • Provide medication reconciliation upon patient admission.
  • Perform as medication reconciliation pharmacist.
  • Drug preparation (including IV, TPN, chemotherapy), monitoring drug interactions and usage, patient counseling, medication reconciliation
  • Assist providers in discharge medication reconciliation and choosing an appropriate drug regimen that is affordable for each patient.
  • Assure a continuity of care with medication reconciliation for patients world-wide and following discharge.
  • Performed pharmacokinetic dosing of antimicrobials, anticoagulation monitoring, admission medication reconciliation, and patient profile reviews.
  • Monitor drug therapy,medication reconciliation,renal dosing,IV to PO conversion,and drug information.

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Here's how Cpoe is used in Clinical Staff Pharmacist jobs:
  • Utilize CPOE to communicate and document clinical information.
  • Performed clinical staff pharmacist duties including order entry, CPOE verification and dispensing.
  • Review and process CPOE as well as verbal, telephone and written orders.
  • Participated in the hospital-wide EPIC launch and later the CPOE launch.
  • Verified physician orders with CPOE using the Meditech system for adult, geriatric, pediatric, neonatal, and psychiatric patients.
  • Analyzed and processed large amounts of CPOE orders in the HMM and Cerner computer systems.
  • Enter and verify medication orders sent to the pharmacy via Pyxis connect and/or CPOE.
  • Verify physician orders through Meditech CPOE, supervise technicians performing IV compounding.
  • Dedicated super user for the pharmacy for all Meditech and Pyxis upgrades and CPOE/bedside barcoding implementation.
  • process orders, kinetics dosing, parenteral nutrition service plus CPOE -remote physician order entry using Meditech Acudose MedComm systems.

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22. Coumadin

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Here's how Coumadin is used in Clinical Staff Pharmacist jobs:
  • Calculated doses for patients requiring coumadin therapy.
  • Sole administrator of Coumadin clinic.
  • Served as a Clinical Specialist at Peoples Clinic Pharmacy, managing a Coumadin, Lipid, and Asthma Clinic.
  • Served as a member of Quality Improvement Team, experience in rounding with physicians, and Coumadin Counseling.
  • Interacted with professional staff to establish correct dosing for Coumadin, insulin, and other prescription items.
  • Provided Coumadin counseling to patients during their hospital stay and/or upon discharge.
  • Educate patients on Coumadin diet.
  • Managed anticoagulation and thoroughly managed Coumadin dosing for the inpatients.
  • Provided consultation to patients about when on Coumadin therapy and wrote for PT levels and Coumadin dosing.
  • Provided dosing and PK monitoring for coumadin, vancomycin and aminoglycoside per pharmacy protocol.

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Here's how Meditech is used in Clinical Staff Pharmacist jobs:
  • Use MediTech Magic 5.64/RXM POM/PCM as a provider since 2006.
  • Utilize Meditech Software and OMNICELL technology
  • Involved with many teams including transcription error, code blue/crash cart, five million lives and electronic mar implementation for Meditech.
  • Hired as a staff pharmacist and had taken on the role as software builder for Meditech 6.0 conversion.
  • Add, activate, delete and maintain the pharmacy drug dictionary in Meditech.
  • Entered and verified written and electronic physicians' orders via Meditech.

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Here's how Pharmacy Staff is used in Clinical Staff Pharmacist jobs:
  • Implemented and managed a standardized process of testing pharmacy staff for compounding proficiency and sterile technique.
  • Job duties included both clinical and central pharmacy staffing responsibilities.
  • Provided drug information to nursing/pharmacy staff.
  • Reduced the number of duplicate medication classes by devising a therapeutic interchange list to aid pharmacy staff with order entry.
  • Contributed to the upgrading of the Automated Dispensing System for the pharmacy department and providing training for pharmacy staffs.
  • Assisted in decision support and implemented the Automated Dispensing System and provided training for pharmacy staff.
  • Developed a professional relationship with several disciplines which include physicians, nurses, and pharmacy staff.
  • Provided educational programs to pharmacy staff and students, nursing staff, and medical staff.
  • Coordinated and supervised other pharmacy staff (technicians, inventory, personnel, etc).
  • Involved in establishment and writing the Pharmacy Standards of Practice for the Pharmacy Staff.
  • Design, update, and maintain training curriculum with input from pharmacy staff.
  • Provide timely and accurate drug information to medical, nursing and pharmacy staffs.
  • Train pharmacy super users to guide rest of pharmacy staff in using new clinical systems and adapt to new workflows.
  • Leave appropriate sticky notes for staff members, and interventions of recommendedchanges as communication within pharmacy staff.

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Here's how Pharmd is used in Clinical Staff Pharmacist jobs:
  • Train, manage and instruct pharmacy technicians, interns, and PharmD candidates on clinical rotations.
  • Served as the preceptor for PharmD students in a clinical in-hospital pharmacy rotation.
  • Started a new clinical services rotation for PharmD.

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26. Heparin

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  • Monitored Heparin through PTT values and assisted nurses in calculating the proper loading dose and consequent adjustments.
  • Facilitate and supervise the administration and dosing of Coumadin, heparin and other anticoagulants on a daily basis.
  • Monitor and dose anticoagulants; warfarin, apixaban, rivaroxaban, and heparin.Round on NICU patients and assist with dosing.
  • Ensured hospital protocol was enforced ie: Heparin, Epoetin, MERs, ADRs, and antibiotic therapy duration.

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27. Pharmaceutical Care

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Here's how Pharmaceutical Care is used in Clinical Staff Pharmacist jobs:
  • Evaluated physicians' orders and made appropriate interventions to ensure patients received optimal pharmaceutical care required for their disease state.
  • Promoted evidence-based and cost-conscious pharmaceutical care through coverage decision making and the development of clinical protocols for medication utilization.
  • Deliver comprehensive pharmaceutical care through clinical services, integrated drug distribution, leadership and teaching.
  • Performed clinical intervention in order to ensure the highest quality pharmaceutical care.
  • Provided pharmaceutical care to patients via a clinical pharmacy practice model.
  • Provided pharmaceutical care services for patients.
  • Provided pharmaceutical care service as a staff pharmacist to a diverse patient population, which included children, and neonates.
  • Provide pharmaceutical care while staffing on Cardiovascular, Neurology, Solid Organ Transplant, and Labor and Delivery units.
  • Monitored clinical data, modified Pharmacotherapeutic plans, and documented pharmaceutical care activities.
  • Collaborated with physicians and other Healthcare professionals to provide a comprehensive pharmaceutical care.
  • Involved with all aspects of pharmaceutical care with emphasis on kinetics And tpn formulation and monitoring

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28. Health Care

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  • Provided pharmacological information by answering questions for health care professionals.
  • Provide pharmacological information to other hospital health care professionals.
  • Attend ICU rounding with physicians and a team of health care professionals to make therapeutic recommendations on medication therapies.
  • Performed various technical processes required to prepare medications for home infusion, hospital, home health care patients.
  • Teach and provide expertise to patients, students, practitioners, and health care team members.
  • Make recommendations for therapy changes to the physician and health care staff as appropriate.
  • Provided drug information to physicians, nurses, patients and other health care institutions.
  • Attend team meetings with physicians, nurses, and other health care providers.
  • Served as expert in matters related to National Epic Health Care computerized system.
  • Provided current drug information to physicians and other health care providers.
  • Provide drug information to health care professional as well as patients.
  • Provided expert assistance to health care providers through operation of pharmacokinetic program.
  • Collaborated with other health care professionals to plan, monitor, review and evaluate patient effectiveness.
  • Worked closely with other health care providers within a multi-specialty, managed care clinic environment.

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29. Cerner

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  • Lead pharmacist that initiated the transcribing and back logging process for the conversion over to Cerner for the entire hospital.
  • Lead pharmacist that assisted in the launch and integration of Cerner for the hospital system.
  • Provide technical support for Cerner System to ensure delivery of high quality safe patient care.
  • Verified computer order entries with Cerner.
  • Enter and verify medication orders via Cerner Computerized Physician Order Entry system.
  • Attended a Cerner PharmNet hands-on pharmacist training during pre-implementation.
  • Review and verification of medication orders utilizing Cerner [ ].
  • Increase in Cerner and pyxis connect operations.
  • Verified all physician orders (parenteral, enteral and topical medications) using the paperless Cerner System for correctness and accuracy.
  • Worked with EMR systems such as Cerner, Meditech, Pharmnet.

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30. Unit Dose

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Here's how Unit Dose is used in Clinical Staff Pharmacist jobs:
  • Dispensed medications including unit doses and intravenous admixtures.
  • Verified technicians filling of medications (30 day supply, blister card unit dose system).
  • Manage technician duties, verify orders, check unit dose fills, and check IV preparation.
  • Dispensed unit dose medications to the patients hospitalized at the facility.
  • Provide inpatient pharmacy care in unit dose satellites.
  • Utilize Pyxis system and unit dose drug distribution with fully computerized pharmacy.
  • Trained pharmacist and technicians on the utilization and the maintenance of the newlyimplemented processes of the daily unit dose/medication cart exchange.
  • team participation, unit dose drug distribution system, I.V.
  • Checked pre-pack unit doses, carts, IVs, and crash carts.
  • Supervised unit dose medication delivery system, Pyxis filling checking - Pre-packing etc.

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31. Pain Management

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Here's how Pain Management is used in Clinical Staff Pharmacist jobs:
  • Provided clinical recommendations for specialized patient groups including psychotropic, oncology, pain management and nutritional services.
  • Proffered consultant services with prescriptive authority for pain management in the hospitalized patient.
  • Managed oncology patients side effects, including, pain management, nausea and anemia.
  • Perform dosing, monitoring, and evaluation of all medications including pharmacokinetic evaluations, chemotherapy, and pain management.
  • Initiate and review Total Parenteral Nutrition formulas, and pain management therapy.
  • Provide inpatient pain management services - work as part of the pain management team.
  • Pain Management Consultant: Perform pre-and post-op medication evaluation for patients undergoing general surgery.

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32. TPN

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Here's how TPN is used in Clinical Staff Pharmacist jobs:
  • Compounded and verified the compounding of all intravenous preparations including epidurals, TPN s, dialysis fluid, etc.
  • Involved with the daily monitoring of all patients on TPN, IV antibiotics and critical care drugs.
  • Monitor patient's labs and advance TPN/PPN as tolerated reducing the risk of re-feeding syndrome.
  • Provided clinical services to Medical/ Surgical Unit - which included TPN consult, i.v.-p.o.
  • Prepare medication for delivery (IV admixture preparation and TPN).
  • Advised physicians to order and follow TPN's for patients.
  • Perform TPN calculations, dosing and monitoring per policy.
  • Developed clinical program to initiate TPN dosing.
  • Enter and verify TPNS using CAPS system.
  • Trained at TPN initiation and maintenance.
  • Supervised pharmacy technicians in the preparation and distribution of medication including IVs, TPNs, and refills for automatic dispensing system.
  • Oversee technician staff as they compound IV admixtures and TPNs and various products for the floor.
  • Perform daily verification of total parenteral nutrition (TPN) orders and final compounded product.
  • Provide anticoagulation dosing service, both inpatient and outpatient, as well as TPN dosing.
  • Collaborate with physicians to ensure patient appropriate total parenteral nutrition (TPN) formulations.
  • Maintain working knowledge of application for submitting daily TPNs online to outside compounding pharmacy.
  • Collaborate with dieticians to write and manage TPN therapy.
  • Calculate, dose and verify adult and neonatal TPNs.
  • Prepared admixtures using aseptic technique (e.g., IV solution, TPN, Chemotherapy) Research Experience:
  • Carry out assignments associated with resident rotations - Management of TPN consults to pharmacy (i.e.

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33. Therapeutic Duplications

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  • Reviewed patient profiles for Drug-drug or Drug- disease state interactions to avoid therapeutic duplications.
  • Review patient profiles for therapeutic duplications, interactions, overall effectiveness and safety.
  • Reviewed MD orders, checking for drug-drug/drug-disease interactions, therapeutic duplications, drug allergies, and adverse effects.
  • Reviewed physician's orders and patient's profile for appropriate medication, drug interactions, and therapeutic duplications.
  • Screen patient profiles for allergies, therapeutic duplications, therapeutic substitutions, and appropriate medication doses.

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34. Disease States

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  • Provided patient education on medications and disease states requested by physicians.
  • Assessed patient-specific disease states and evaluate drug therapy.
  • Entered orders for and oversaw the preparation of IV infusions for chronic disease states in pediatric, adult and geriatric populations.
  • Educated physicians and nurses on new medications and more cost-effective alternatives for same disease states.
  • Monitored patient lab values and disease states for appropriate drug and dose selection.
  • Expanded my knowledge about geriatrics populations, disease states, and medications.
  • Noted drugs or classes of drugs contraindicated in specific disease states.
  • Presented patient cases, disease states, and journal clubs.
  • Monitored pharmacokinetic parameters, lab results, vitals and physical findings in accordance with specialty medications and disease states.

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35. New Patient Profiles

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Here's how New Patient Profiles is used in Clinical Staff Pharmacist jobs:
  • Entered new patient profiles and prescriptions into medication in Had good communication with physician offices via telephone a interaction.

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36. Computer System

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Here's how Computer System is used in Clinical Staff Pharmacist jobs:
  • Major Responsibilities -Unit dose drug distribution -IV admixture -Drug Use Evaluation coordinator -Pharmacy computer system -Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee
  • Checked culture and sensitivity of antibiotics; monitor dosing as requested by physicians before documentation into computer system.
  • Review and verify medication orders entered into MEDITECH computer system and approve filled prescriptions prior to delivery.
  • Utilized three different computer systems simultaneously including EPIC, HMM and CPSI before the transition to an all EPIC system.
  • Use VISTA computer system to verify orders after intervention with the health care provider to resolve problems.
  • Inventory Management, Initiation of new staff, new Computer system, and new protocols.
  • Selected and trained as a computer super user during the hospital's computer system conversion.
  • Reviewed patient profiles via computer system and ensured doctors orders for drug dispensing.
  • Profiled doctor s orders via computer system, checked 24-hours medication supply cassettes.
  • Assist the Director of Pharmacy in implementing new regulation and computer system update.
  • Trained all incoming pharmacists on how to use and understand the computer system.
  • Established, coordinated and maintained patient s profile via computer system.
  • Worked with the Med-Dispense system & the HMS Pharmacy computer system.
  • Used HMM and STARPANEL computer systems
  • Experience with Cerner computer system and Omnicell unit-dose system.
  • Utilized Cerner computer system and Pyxis hospital-wide automated dispensing system to support pharmacy operations.

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37. Antimicrobial Stewardship

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  • Represented pharmacy at the Nursing council, Pharmacy and Therapeutics, Antimicrobial stewardship, Sepsis committee and Clinical Operations meetings.
  • Started an antimicrobial stewardship program with the help of the infectious disease physician.
  • Collaborated with prescribers to ensure appropriate antimicrobial use using principles of antimicrobial stewardship.
  • Perform pharmacokinetic consults and antimicrobial stewardship services including Vancomycin and Aminoglycosides.

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38. Inventory Management

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  • Inventory Management * Point of contact for CII controls substances.
  • Performed inventory management, including acquisition and maintenance of DEA scheduled substances.
  • Implemented new processes for workflow and inventory management.
  • Provided patient consultation Dispensed medications Solved drug related problems Facilitated inventory management Evaluated the competency of pharmacy technicians

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39. Providers

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Here's how Providers is used in Clinical Staff Pharmacist jobs:
  • Interact extensively with patients, physicians and insurance providers on issues of utilization and therapy management and adherence.
  • Coordinated and distributed clinical drug information to providers and staff regarding the appropriate use of pharmaceutical treatment regimens.
  • Review orders from providers against patient medication profiles.
  • Presented such recommendations to providers.
  • Follow state and federal pharmacy and controlled substances regulations as well as standards issued by providers and other regulatory agencies.
  • Communicate with providers for more information and whether case can be approved or denied based on clinical information received.
  • Managed outbound calls to the Medical Providers for prescriptions verification for Mail Order Pharmacy.
  • Worked with providers to evaluate diabetes patients and monitor dosing of insulin.
  • Provided on-call services to patients, caregivers, and providers.
  • Assist providers in converting multi-module insulin regimen to an affordable oral or insulin regimen upon patient discharge.
  • Advise healthcare providers regarding medication and selection and dosage.
  • Reemphasized importance of compliance as well as communication with Healthcare Providers if new medications are initiated or if they experience bleeding.
  • Research and provide evidence based and literature reviewed drug information to physicians, nurses, and other healthcare providers.
  • Provided drug information to healthcare providers on usage, dosage, and therapeutic substitutions.
  • Educate other healthcare providers in the course of collaboration and day to day interaction.
  • Support Nursing staff and other Healthcare providers in family focused patient care.
  • Interacted with healthcare providers at facilities to ensure high quality patient care.
  • Answered drug information (DI) questions from healthcare providers.
  • Drug information resource to healthcare providers at multiple sites.
  • Transplant discharge program Fertility medication counseling Interacted with HMOs and other insurance providers concerning billing/reimbursement issues Experience

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40. Internal Medicine

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  • Supported pharmacist based refill programs for Parkland Center for Internal Medicine as well as several decentralized stations at resident clinics.

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41. Jcaho

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  • Initiated JCAHO abbreviations adherence protocol.
  • Maintained sterile product manufacturing processes to comply with federal, state and local regulations and JCAHO standards.
  • Identify and track errors per JCAHO to improve process, ensure patient safety, and decrease rework.
  • Recognized as a top performer for JCAHO compliance with clinical management.
  • Involved in JCAHO survey and pharmacy remodel project.

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42. Anticoagulation Therapy

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  • Monitored anticoagulation therapy for inpatients and provided counseling upon discharge.
  • Initiated and monitored anticoagulation therapy of select patients.
  • Initiated and maintained anticoagulation therapy to in house patients.

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43. IV

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  • Conduct comprehensive consultations and thoroughly review orders for completeness and appropriateness, making recommendations as appropriate.
  • Communicate with insurance companies on coverage, generic alternatives/equivalents, prior authorizations, etc.
  • Recommended and implemented double-checking process of high-risk compounds to drive accuracy and patient safety.
  • Engaged in effectively providing cost conscious care while assuring positive patient outcomes.
  • Streamline antibiotics after results of cultures and sensitivities are available.
  • Provided compatibility information for IV administration of various drugs.
  • Filled new orders and medication profiles in CPR+ software system, preparing and dispensing of various IV admixtures.
  • Monitored the appropriateness, effectiveness, administration, toxicity, adverse effects, and cost of prescribed therapies.
  • Interacted with health care personnel to provide information on drug action or delivery of various medications.
  • Provide accurate individual dosage calculations based on patient's size & organs function & labs.
  • Support the mission and core values of the company through responsible and effective work performance.
  • Worked in central and pharmacy satellites that cover medical & surgical intensive care units
  • Mail Order Service- Coordination of care in conjugation with the delivery of medications.
  • Intervene in patient care by offering prescribing physicians alternative cost effective drug therapies.
  • Maintained records, inventory, transactions and delivery of controlled substances.
  • Involved with centralized IV admixture program, centralized unit-dose program and narcotic dispensation program.
  • Performed pharmacokinetics consults and participated in code response activities.
  • Team leader in processing prescription, supply, and DME orders for IV therapies in a home-health environment.
  • Verify IV compatibilities as well as providing drug information to physicians and nursing staffs.
  • Recommend IV to PO conversion for Zyvox, Levaquin, Flagyl, Diflucan, Protonix, etc.

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44. Medication Errors

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  • Contribute to pharmacy quality assurance and medication safety goal by reporting adverse drug reactions and medication errors.
  • Investigated pharmacy and nursing medication errors, establishing procedures to avert future incidents.
  • Maintained and supervised inventory of controlled substances; reported and logged medication errors.
  • Developed procedures to improve ordering process in order to reduce medication errors.
  • Reported adverse reactions and medication errors.
  • Collaborated with Nursing Leadership to develop new procedures on how to improve writing prescription orders, helping to reduce medication errors.
  • Input adverse drug reactions, interventions, and medication errors into Siemens pharmacy system.
  • Detected, monitored, documented and reported adverse drug reactions and medication errors.
  • Advised physicians and pharmacists on the management of medication errors.

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45. RPH

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Here's how RPH is used in Clinical Staff Pharmacist jobs:
  • Travel assignment for RPh on the Go
  • Lead RPh for Ohio Medicaid accounts -Lead RPh for Tennessee Medicaid accounts

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46. Lovenox

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Here's how Lovenox is used in Clinical Staff Pharmacist jobs:
  • Perform anticoagulation dosing service and provide patient counseling for Coumadin, Lovenox & Heparin.

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47. Sterile Products

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Here's how Sterile Products is used in Clinical Staff Pharmacist jobs:
  • Compound and repackage medications, including unit-doses, topical medications and sterile products.
  • Managed all aspects associated with compounding and quality assurance of Sterile and Non sterile products.
  • Manufactured, prepared, and labeled intravenous compounds and solutions, and other sterile products.
  • Trained technicians in the aseptic technique for preparing sterile products.
  • Processed and checked compounded sterile products, including parenteral nutrition, chemotherapy, and antibiotics.
  • Prepared chemotherapy infusions using aseptic technique in sterile products area.
  • Compounded and dispensed pharmaceuticals, such as, sterile products, chemotherapy, and parenteral nutrition products.

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48. Filling Prescriptions

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49. Acls

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  • Prepared, recommended, dispensed and administered ACLS medication.
  • Participate in code blues and rapid responses requiring ACLS/BLS certification.

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50. Hospital Staff

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  • Participated in Physician Relations Committee to improve communication between physicians and hospital staff.
  • Recommend and provide in-service drug information and its therapeutic properties to hospital staffs, patients and their family.
  • Provide drug information to patients, family and hospital staff.
  • Created and taught Mock Code Class to hospital staff.
  • Provide drug information to all hospital staff.
  • Conducted continuous quality assurance (QA) functions through communications to hospital staff and documentation patients electronic medical records.

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20 Most Common Skills For A Clinical Staff Pharmacist

New Pharmacists

15.3%

Medication Therapy

12.6%

Drug Therapy

11.2%

Patient Care

7.0%

Pharmacokinetic

6.5%

Retail Pharmacy

6.3%

Order Entry

5.7%

Renal Function

5.5%

Vancomycin

4.0%

Physician Medication Orders

3.9%

Pyxis

2.8%

Drug-Drug Interactions

2.8%

Warfarin

2.8%

ICU

2.3%

Aminoglycosides

2.2%

Clinical Supervision

2.0%

Oncology

1.9%

Medical Staff

1.8%

Nutrition Care Plans

1.8%

Medication Reconciliation

1.7%
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Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Clinical Staff Pharmacist

Rank Skill
1 New Pharmacists 12.3%
2 Medication Therapy 10.1%
3 Drug Therapy 9.0%
4 Patient Care 5.6%
5 Pharmacokinetic 5.2%
6 Retail Pharmacy 5.0%
7 Order Entry 4.5%
8 Renal Function 4.4%
9 Vancomycin 3.2%
10 Physician Medication Orders 3.1%
11 Pyxis 2.3%
12 Drug-Drug Interactions 2.3%
13 Warfarin 2.2%
14 ICU 1.9%
15 Aminoglycosides 1.7%
16 Clinical Supervision 1.6%
17 Oncology 1.5%
18 Medical Staff 1.4%
19 Nutrition Care Plans 1.4%
20 Medication Reconciliation 1.4%
21 Cpoe 1.2%
22 Coumadin 1.1%
23 Meditech 1.0%
24 Pharmacy Staff 1.0%
25 Pharmd 0.9%
26 Heparin 0.9%
27 Pharmaceutical Care 0.8%
28 Health Care 0.8%
29 Cerner 0.8%
30 Unit Dose 0.8%
31 Pain Management 0.8%
32 TPN 0.8%
33 Therapeutic Duplications 0.7%
34 Disease States 0.7%
35 New Patient Profiles 0.7%
36 Computer System 0.6%
37 Antimicrobial Stewardship 0.6%
38 Inventory Management 0.5%
39 Providers 0.5%
40 Internal Medicine 0.5%
41 Jcaho 0.5%
42 Anticoagulation Therapy 0.5%
43 IV 0.4%
44 Medication Errors 0.4%
45 RPH 0.4%
46 Lovenox 0.4%
47 Sterile Products 0.4%
48 Filling Prescriptions 0.4%
49 Acls 0.4%
50 Hospital Staff 0.4%
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