Top Pharmacist Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Pharmacist. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Pharmacist resumes they appeared on. For example, 32.6% of Pharmacist resumes contained Retail Pharmacy as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Pharmacist actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

The six most common skills found on Pharmacist resumes in 2020. Read below to see the full list.

1. Retail Pharmacy

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Here's how Retail Pharmacy is used in Pharmacist jobs:
  • Retail pharmacy with an emphasis on an interdisciplinary approach combining traditional Western medicine with Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM).
  • Performed all duties required for the daily operation of a retail pharmacy including advising physicians on medication interactions.
  • Managed and directed a retail pharmacy to dispense different kind of medications with excellent customer's relationships.
  • Worked as a pharmacy student at Kroger pharmacy managing day to day operations related to retail pharmacy
  • Performed pharmacist duties in a retail pharmacy which included dispensing compounded prescriptions and legend prescription drugs.
  • Supported the growth and development of retail pharmacy operations of a newly purchased community pharmacy.
  • Developed professional and organizational skills to maintain all aspects involved in running a retail pharmacy.
  • Retail pharmacy experience including patient counseling, inventory management, and supervision of store employees
  • Performed all functions consistent to daily operations of retail pharmacy including handling inventory responsibilities.
  • Provide online Medication Therapy Management (MTM) for assigned individual retail pharmacy patients.
  • Developed the strategic plan and implemented the operation of an independent retail pharmacy.
  • Performed between board-and-care and retail pharmacy locations, in a high-volume delivery pharmacy.
  • Developed and implemented a marketing and management plan for a growing retail pharmacy.
  • Dispensed patient prescriptions according to physician orders in a retail pharmacy setting.
  • Performed daily retail pharmacy duties involving prescription inputting, filling and verification.
  • Interpreted prescriptions, compounding and dispensing medications in a retail pharmacy setting.
  • Managed the daily operations of a high quality community retail pharmacy.
  • Worked closely with Certified Pharmacists to assist with retail pharmacy authorizations.
  • Managed daily operations of busy retail pharmacy producing 2600 prescriptions weekly.
  • Retail Pharmacy position verifying prescriptions and counseling and advising patients.

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2. Drug Therapy

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Here's how Drug Therapy is used in Pharmacist jobs:
  • Provide Oncology Pharmacy Services including dispensing, compounding, clinical intervention, drug therapy monitoring, patient counseling and clinical research.
  • Optimized ARV therapy regimens for newly diagnosed AIDS patients by providing clinical drug therapy recommendations to infectious disease physicians;.
  • Participate in internal and critical care medicine rounds with a multidisciplinary team and provide drug therapy interventions when needed.
  • Recognized drug therapy errors, communicating with doctors on therapy adjustments and making recommendations on therapy plans for patients.
  • Drug use review - Drug therapy monitoring on all patients and in-depth therapeutic monitoring of patients receiving antimicrobial agents.
  • Assisted nurses regarding questions related to drug administration, recognition of brand name/generic products and proper drug therapy.
  • Monitored drug therapy to identify and prevent drug related problems such as inappropriate dosing and duration of therapy.
  • Performed for patients specific acts of drug therapy management delegated by a written protocol from an authorizing practitioner.
  • Performed all aspects of community pharmacy including effective communication with patients and their physicians to optimize drug therapy.
  • Monitored drug therapy regimens for contraindications, drug-drug interactions, drug-food interactions, allergies and appropriateness of dose.
  • Provide personalized, practical drug therapy counseling to pharmacy patients seeking further information about their treatment plans.
  • Obtained information requested by other pharmacists and data-entry department regarding prescriptions, drug interactions and drug therapy.
  • Provided recommendation and suggested changes in drug therapy to physicians to obtain optimum therapeutic results.
  • Utilized clinical skills to provide patient education and counseling regarding safe and effective drug therapy.
  • Conducted research into drug therapy related questions to provide best-practice, evidence-based drug therapy recommendations.
  • Provided benefit information for Medicare D, prior authorizations and additional information regarding drug therapy.
  • Provided drug information consultation using evidence-based medical literature and consults for patient- specific drug therapy.
  • Evaluated medical and medication histories for drug related problems and adjusting drug therapy accordingly.
  • Counseled patients on drug therapy, preventative medicine, and over-the-counter and natural supplements.
  • Provided drug therapy consultation to educate patients about medication therapy and desired treatment outcomes.

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3. Customer Service

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Here's how Customer Service is used in Pharmacist jobs:
  • Manage and coordinate daily operations, including sales, customer service, administrative/accounting functions for a retail drug store pharmacy department.
  • Collaborated on preventative care initiatives with Wellness Ambassador including marketing, event planning, customer service and seamless patient care.
  • Recruited to develop an existing IDS program needing regulatory and customer service enhancements to comply with AAHRPP accreditation.
  • Filled prescriptions, extensive compounding being a compounding location, immunizations, counseling, customer service, problem resolution
  • Dispensed medications with emphasis on excellence in customer service and counseling on legend and non- legend medications.
  • Analyze insurance payments and processes to guarantee proper adjudication while providing excellent customer service and patient counseling.
  • Provided assistant to pharmacists and pharmacy technicians in dispensing medications, stocking medications, and customer service
  • Provided customer service on any problems that arose and special ordered pharmaceuticals not normally stocked.
  • Provide exceptional customer service with regards to medication, medical device and disease management counseling.
  • Verified prescriptions and provided customer service in high-volume setting while navigating multiple patient management systems.
  • Assisted in customer service related problems concerning company drug coverage and guidelines for questionable medications.
  • Implemented excellent customer service and developed trusting relationships with clients as their personal Pharmacist.
  • Provide excellent customer service by assisting customers with both medication and non-medical related issues.
  • Promote pharmacy image and service through excellent customer service and development of customer relationships.
  • Provided superior customer service, interaction with physicians and management of pharmacy personnel.
  • Provide outstanding customer service by assisted customers in a professional and timely fashion.
  • Elevated pharmacy to corporate quality standards of organization, cleanliness and customer service.
  • Monitored and reported customer service and pharmacy-related issues to store and pharmacy management.
  • Serve as an informational and educational resource to staff and customer service representatives.
  • Perform prescription verification duties to deliver superior patient care and customer service.

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4. Filling Prescriptions

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Here's how Filling Prescriptions is used in Pharmacist jobs:
  • Experience in monitoring computerized patient profiles, filling prescriptions and counseling patients in accordance with state and federal pharmacy regulations.
  • Provide comprehensive pharmaceutical care in a time-efficient manner through filling prescriptions, providing clinical services, and counseling patients.
  • Partnered with medical professionals and support staff in ensuring optimal delivery of treatments by efficiently processing and filling prescriptions.
  • Interfaced with customers to provide pharmaceutical services, including patient consultation, compounding and filling prescriptions.
  • Managed the hospital pharmacy administration as well as filling prescriptions and compounding medication.
  • Worked and gained experience in a clinical environment filling prescriptions and counseling patients.
  • Managed filling prescriptions accurately and efficiently at highest volume location in area
  • Exceed delivery expectation by accurately taking, reviewing and filling prescriptions.
  • Supervised pharmacy technicians and helped them with filling prescriptions whenever possible.
  • Follow the approved efficiency and accuracy procedures when filling prescriptions.
  • Worked in call center refilling prescriptions for Kroger pharmacy
  • Manage ancillary staff in fulfilling prescriptions.
  • Worked independently filling prescriptions and compounding
  • Staff pharmacist - responsible for the daily activities of the pharmacy, including filling prescriptions, counseling patients and supervising technicians.
  • Assisted the pharmacist in processing and filling prescriptions, resolving third party problems, answering telephone calls, and performing inventory.
  • Job duties include: Assisting customers with their health care needs by filling prescriptions, answering questions, and recommending products.
  • Assist customers with their health care needs by filling prescriptions and providing excellent customer service and assisting with supervising Pharmacy associates.
  • Stock depleting shelves with new shipments and products, checking prices, filling prescriptions, and helping in the pharmacy when needed
  • Managed technicians and assigned tasks to prioritize filling prescriptions based upon the needs for various delivery times of the pharmacy.
  • Job description includes filling prescriptions and dispensing, counseling patients and taking inventories and retrieving physician's orders by telephone.

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5. IV

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Here's how IV is used in Pharmacist jobs:
  • Interpreted laboratory data of patients related to medication safety and effectiveness and communicated relevant issues to physicians and other team members.
  • Reviewed existing treatment regimens and identified, prevented and resolved drug therapy problems including inappropriate/ineffective/unsafe therapy and/or issues related to compliance.
  • Monitor pharmacy consult, discern alerts and formulate recommendation to physician to ensure patient safety, and positive clinical outcome.
  • Develop comprehensive training documentations to facilitate the support of pharmacy systems and programs that fulfill member's benefits and eligibility.
  • Manage and monitor client satisfaction and recommend appropriate strategies, tactics, and operational initiatives to continuously enhance client satisfaction.
  • Analyze real and potential drug-related medical problems and implement corrective action to ensure that patients receive optimal drug therapy.
  • Foster collaborative interaction with staff in pharmacy departments at assigned medical centers and hospitals in South East Florida.
  • Delivered medications to different medical floors throughout the hospital on an hourly basis to provide timely delivery to patients
  • Utilized cutting edge technologies and equipment in the provision of pharmaceutical care and delivery of custom compounded prescriptions.
  • Work collaboratively with all co-workers to ensure that best-practices are shared while maintaining productivity and quality standards.
  • Provided pharmaceutical care through reviewing and evaluating individual drug orders for appropriateness, safety, and cost.
  • Apply observations and recommendations to operational issues, increased productivity, quality, and customer-service standards.
  • Ensured accuracy of prepared and dispensed medications and delivery of medications in professional and timely manner.
  • Created and implemented out patience assistance program to ensure seamless, continuous delivery of prescribe medications.
  • Provide evidence-based recommendations about therapeutic alternatives and monitoring plans to physicians solve drug-related problems, etc.
  • Served as executive pharmacist - Accurately dispensed medications following prescriptions issued by authorized medical practitioners.
  • Supervised medication order delivery preparation and centralization for delivery loading to various assisted living facilities.
  • Managed dispensation of prescriptions ensuring accuracy, appropriateness, and safety for the individual patient.
  • Utilized effective problem solving skills to professionally address the needs of varying customer temperaments.
  • Saved money for patients whenever possible by proactively suggesting appropriate alternatives to practitioners.

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6. Drug-Drug Interactions

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Here's how Drug-Drug Interactions is used in Pharmacist jobs:
  • Verify orders and analyze patient medication profiles for duplicate medications, allergies, and drug-drug interactions.
  • Conduct patient profile monitoring of therapeutic, duplication, drug-disease interactions and drug-drug interactions.
  • Reviewed orders for drug-drug interactions, therapeutic duplication, and medication timing and selection.
  • Reviewed prescriptions for drug-drug interactions, correct dosing and contacted physicians for clarifications.
  • Identified major drug-drug interactions, improper dosing of medications including overdosing/under-dosing.
  • Monitored patients' drug-drug interactions, drug-food interactions and drug-disease interactions.
  • Evaluate and clinically review prescriptions for drug-drug interactions and duplicate therapies.
  • Review patient charts, evaluate pertinent laboratory data and drug-drug interactions.
  • Counseled patients and resolved drug-drug interactions and documented in patient record.
  • Checked for dose appropriateness and drug-drug interactions using Clinical Pharmacology.
  • Used patient medication profiles to identify relevant drug-drug interactions.
  • Reviewed drug-drug interactions and managed patient medication profile
  • Monitored drug-drug interactions with patient prescriptions.
  • Follow these patients throughout therapy, monitor for compliance, efficacy, adverse reactions, drug-drug interactions, drug-disease state interactions.
  • Provided information and advice regarding drug-drug interactions, side effects, dose, and proper medication storage to patients.
  • Skilled in identifying drug-drug interactions, calculating drug dosages, sterile preparations, patient counseling, and compounding medications.
  • Assessed patients and infusion orders for appropriateness of therapy, drug-drug interactions, and other potentially adverse outcomes.
  • Review labs and chart notes to monitor appropriateness of therapy, drug-drug interactions, and drug-disease state interactions.
  • Scheduled procedures with the GI lab, and educated patients regarding medication, nutrition and drug-drug interactions.
  • Counseled on dosage, side effects, drug-drug interactions, drug-food interactions, or any disease contraindications.

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7. Patient Care

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Here's how Patient Care is used in Pharmacist jobs:
  • Conducted drug reviews and provided pharmacological counseling to nurses and physicians regarding drug interaction, dosage adjustment and patient care management.
  • Assist in quality patient care by providing additional information about medication side effects and administration under guidance of Pharmacist in Charge.
  • Participated in multidisciplinary committees to improve patient care, develop clinical programs, standardize pediatric medication practices and decrease medication errors.
  • Educated and trained pharmacy technicians to be competent pharmacy professionals, assume patient care responsibilities and pursue daily business activities.
  • Direct involvement in critically ill bedside patient care including provider consultation, preparation of emergency medications, and patient monitoring.
  • Involved in everyday operations such as verifying medications before delivery, consulting with patient care providers concerning medications negotiating contracts.
  • Streamlined PAT Clinic process to ensure consistency and accuracy through hands-on individualized approach, integral to providing quality patient care.
  • Attend multidisciplinary meetings to develop therapeutic plans and implement strategies to promote the most effective and economical patient care.
  • Collaborated with ordering physicians by providing drug information, developing patient care plan, and making therapeutic recommendations.
  • Improved patient care by providing documented and monitored clinical consultation services for patients admitted to rural Texas hospitals.
  • Delivered efficient and accurate prescription service and supervised technicians following all mandated regulations to provide superior patient care.
  • Participated in medication inventory, filled crash trays, prepared unit doses, distributed medications to patient care areas
  • Participated in daily pharmacy team meetings on medication-related action items and the development of patient care interventions.
  • Dispensed prescriptions, monitored medication therapy and managed patient care to promote adherence and improve health outcomes.
  • Improved patient care and pharmacy growth through implementation of patient-based service analysis and quality-related event reporting.
  • Provided patient care through drug dispensing and counseling patients about medications, health-promotion and disease-prevention activities.
  • Volunteered for special projects/assignments from management to improve patient care by facilitating and expediting lag orders.
  • Dispense and perform drug utilization review of prescribed medications and other pharmaceuticals for patient care.
  • Provide prescribed medications / pharmaceuticals and proper counseling to ensure outstanding patient care and service.
  • Point communicator for Physician / Customer inquiries emphasizing appropriate therapy and patient care.

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8. OTC

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Here's how OTC is used in Pharmacist jobs:
  • Provided professional opinion and assistance in selecting OTC medication based on indication to assure correct use and appropriateness of medication.
  • Established long-term patient relationships through proactive patient education as well as addressing questions and concerns regarding prescription and OTC medications
  • Counseled patients on prescription and OTC medications Administered immunizations including flu shots Transferred orders and received new orders
  • Counseled patients on OTC and prescription medications, provided patient education, and administered immunizations.
  • Counseled patients on prescription and OTC medications according to national standard procedures and protocols.
  • Maintained proper inventory levels rotated stock and immediately complied with prescription and OTC recalls.
  • Provide OTC drug recommendation, prescription drug recommendation and conduct utilization reviews.
  • Educate patients regarding instructions and potential interactions for prescription and OTC medications.
  • Checked prescriptions for potential side effects and advised on OTC interactions/selection.
  • Recommended OTC products and referred patients to emergency services as necessary.
  • Compounded patient-specific medications, and counseled patients on OTC/prescription medications.
  • Provided recommendations for patients concerning over-the-counter (OTC) medications.
  • Counseled patients on their medications and recommended OTC medications.
  • Monitored for duplicate therapy/interactions with OTC and prescription medications.
  • Provided personalized patient counseling on prescription and OTC questions.
  • Counseled patients regarding medications and recommended OTC products.
  • Counseled patients on medications and OTC items effectively.
  • Conducted professional prescription and OTC medicines counseling.
  • Recommended appropriate OTC medications and devices.
  • Provide medicinal consultation to customers upon filling a prescription and on OTC (over the counter) medicines as required 10.

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9. Pharmd

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Here's how Pharmd is used in Pharmacist jobs:
  • Act as an HIV pharmacy preceptor to Western University of Health Sciences College of Pharmacy PharmD candidates
  • Assisted in the supervision of PharmD candidates from McWhorter School of Pharmacy on rotation.
  • Shadowed Diane Bell (PharmD, Pharmacy Manager).
  • Ray Skiver, PharmD, Staff Pharmacist
  • Program Director: A. Shaun Rowe, PharmD, BCPS
  • Direct Practice - Consulting; Preceptor: Steven Polymeros, PharmD Spent time at long-term care facilities with complex patients.
  • Licensed pharmacist in Pennsylvania with a PharmD degree and 10+ years of experience providing pharmacy services in a retail setting.
  • Discharge Counseling Interventions PGY-1 Residency Research Project Preceptor: Andrea Roberson, PharmD & Lance Tillett, PharmD, MS
  • Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation Baltimore, Maryland Preceptor: Captain James Bresette, PharmD Duration: 5 weeks
  • Initiated an externship program with Wilkes University PharmD program, coordinating student rotations at 4-5 BOP institutions.
  • Silver Rod -Pharmacy Preceptor: Michael Petratos, PharmD, BCPS, MBA.
  • Staff position: IV Room Residency Director: Amanda Prusch, PharmD, BCPS
  • Assisted with several second and third PharmD students drug information-related labs.
  • Program Director: Barbara Faircloth, PharmD, BCPS
  • Program Director: Kerri Degenkolb, PharmD, BCPS
  • Program Director: Michele Loudy, PharmD, BCBS
  • Program Director: Jessica Swearingen, PharmD
  • Program Director: Nicole Gann, PharmD
  • Program Director: Alan H. Mutnick, PharmD, FASHP TEACHING EXPERIENCE
  • Program Director: Richard Arndt, PharmD, BCPS

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10. Counsel Patients

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Here's how Counsel Patients is used in Pharmacist jobs:
  • Verify and process medications * Counsel patients and communicate with health professionals * Review and manage inventory * Efficiently solve patient/insurance problems
  • Process, fill, and verify prescriptions efficiently and accurately * Counsel patients regarding prescription and over-the-counter medication
  • Provide excellent customer service and counsel patients concerning prescription and over the counter medications.
  • Perform drug utilization review, counsel patients on prescriptions and over-the-counter medications.
  • Consult with veterinarians and counsel patients concerning compounded prescriptions and alternate therapies
  • Provide drug information and counsel patients regarding medication interactions and usage.
  • Enter and verify prescriptions Counsel patients and recommend over-the-counter medications Provide immunizations
  • Verify prescriptions, counsel patients on prescription and OTC items as well as verifying compounds which are made by certified technicians.
  • Dispense prescriptions and counsel patients on appropriate use of medications, adverse drug reactions, drug interactions, and over-the-counter medications.
  • Fill, dispense, and counsel patients on the proper utilization of prescription and OTC medications in a community pharmacy setting.
  • Fill new and refill prescriptions and counsel patients on OTC and their prescription medications in various pharmacy settings.
  • Process new and refills prescriptions; Counsel patients; Administer vaccines; Consult with other health care professionals.
  • Interacted with patients via telephone to process refill requests and answer patient questions as well as counsel patients.
  • Fill prescriptions, do follow-up calls with doctors on refill requests, counsel patients, do flu immunizations.
  • Verify prescriptions, counsel patients, and supervise pharmacy technicians in a store filling 2400 prescriptions weekly.
  • Worked closely with the pharmacist to monitor and counsel patients with Type 2 Diabetes and hypertension.
  • Recommend over the counter products for patients, counsel patients on dosage, and monitor drug utilization
  • Dispense medication and counsel patients on side effects, drug interactions, and proper storage.
  • Verify 100+ prescriptions per shift (including C2 drugs) and counsel patients.
  • Be able to counsel patients or caregivers appropriately to insure the best compliance.

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11. Medication Orders

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Here's how Medication Orders is used in Pharmacist jobs:
  • Evaluated physician medication orders and medical records for appropriateness of drug dosage, potential interactions, route of administration and stability.
  • Obtained, interpreted and evaluated all physician medication orders for therapeutic appropriateness, cost effectiveness, accuracy, safety and completeness.
  • Prepared medication orders by filling syringes and dispensing from the MedCarousel Stocked new medication deliveries and disposed of expired medications
  • Designed and operated drug monitoring and utilization programs and oversaw production of sterile compounding; processed electronic medication orders.
  • Prevented drug-related issues by interpreting and evaluating medication orders and provided information and consultation to medical staff and patients.
  • Reviewed medication orders, contacted health centers with questions about medication therapy, verified prescription drugs before dispensing.
  • Facilitate new referrals through admissions, assess appropriateness of medication orders and patient acceptance for home infusion therapy.
  • Reconciled new patient admission medication orders with previous orders to ensure accuracy in transition of care between facilities.
  • Reviewed and approved medication orders, monitored drug therapies, provided drug information and medication utilization evaluation.
  • Clarify and solve problems concerning medication orders with prescribing physicians and suggest alternative medication therapies when appropriate !
  • Evaluate physician medication orders for appropriateness of drug, dosage, potential interactions and renal functioning.
  • Reviewed and verified appropriateness of medication orders received from physicians based on criteria and contraindications.
  • Prepared intravenous medications * Verified medication orders written by physicians * Processed medication orders for in-patients
  • Entered all medication orders from remote pharmacist station located on patient unit- predominantly oncology/hematology patients.
  • Major responsibilities were to process and evaluate chemotherapy and all other medication orders for inpatients.
  • Completed an internal audit of medication orders which was presented at a nursing/pharmacy meeting.
  • Received medication orders and reviewed the order for completeness, interactions, and incompatibilities/inconsistencies.
  • Modified, clarified, and verified medication orders with doctors using effective communication.
  • Operated the automated pharmacy carousel system in order to fill medication orders.
  • Reviewed medication orders for completeness and appropriateness and enter into Pharmacy System.

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12. Order Entry

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Here's how Order Entry is used in Pharmacist jobs:
  • Managed order entry and verification Dispensed prescriptions, counseled and monitored patients, assisted physicians in patient care.
  • Perform all aspects of medication dispensing including order entry, preparation and verification of prescriptions rapidly and accurately.
  • Process prescriptions rapidly and accurately in an active community pharmacy while managing order entry and verification.
  • Drug distribution responsibilities included order entry, medication preparation and final medication check for inpatients.
  • Review of pharmacy technician order entry and final verification of products, various retail pharmacist duties
  • Engaged in prescription filling from order entry to order verification and dispensing of medications.
  • Perform daily pharmacy operations including order entry, prescription verification, and drug distribution.
  • Provided clinical pharmacy and remote order entry services to hospitals requiring overnight pharmacy services.
  • Dispensed medications upon receiving doctor's order through a computerized physician order entry system.
  • Managed order entry and prescription verification Provided clinical support to physicians and nurses.
  • Counseled patients on prescription and non-prescription medications * Managed order entry and prescription verification
  • Managed order entry and prescription verification for both inpatient and outpatient pharmacies.
  • Developed order entry telephone scripts ensuring standardized high quality interactions with customers.
  • Process prescriptions for Inpatient Pharmacy by order entry and prescription verification.
  • Implement computerized physician order entry and build of medication order sets.
  • Receive verbal prescriptions/perform order entry for verbal and non-verbal prescription processing.
  • Supervised and checked work of technicians Consulted with physicians Order entry
  • Managed order entry, prescription verification and patient profile reviews.
  • Provided remote order entry/order review pharmacist coverage for various hospitals.
  • Performed accurately and efficiently order entry and prescription verification.

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13. Pharmacy Staff

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Here's how Pharmacy Staff is used in Pharmacist jobs:
  • Developed and delivered Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE) accredited continuing education presentations to pharmacy staff.
  • Established pharmacy practice standard and trained pharmacy staff to provide pharmaceutical care to pediatric and neonatal patients.
  • Coordinated care between pharmacy staff and other branch departments to ensure correct implementation of physician orders.
  • Resolved financial and operational issues in collaboration with other pharmacy staff, admissions and reimbursement.
  • Developed efficient procurement and distribution procedures in partnership with other pharmacy and non-pharmacy staff.
  • Participated in pharmacy staff meetings, orientation programs, and in-service educational programs.
  • Coordinated the pharmacy staff schedule and assisted with personnel monitoring and performance evaluations.
  • Managed pharmacy staff and inventory in compliance with corporate and local regulations.
  • Provided a performance review and evaluation of pharmacy staff on a regular basis
  • Trained all pharmacy staff on location on proper Medication Therapy Management procedures.
  • Delegated projects to pharmacy staff to encourage personal appraisal and personal achievement.
  • Delivered presentations to pharmacy staff and pharmacy residents on various pharmacy topics.
  • Trained pharmacy residents and pharmacy staff to handle specific study preparations.
  • Communicated effectively orally and in writing with pharmacy staff and customers.
  • Inspired pharmacy staff through motivational techniques encouraging personalized customer attention.
  • Coordinated pharmacy staff schedule and performed evaluations for pharmacy staff.
  • Assisted the pharmacy staff in organizing and itemizing medications.
  • Assisted independent retail pharmacy owner in pharmacy staffing shortages.
  • Conducted educational in-services for pharmacy staff and medical residents.
  • Interviewed potential employees and participated in scheduling pharmacy staff.

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14. Inventory Control

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Here's how Inventory Control is used in Pharmacist jobs:
  • Performed inventory control and dispensed intravenous medications on daily basis and premixed medications when necessary as an intravenous medication pharmacist.
  • Performed all duties as required of a staff Pharmacist Contributed to profitable inventory control Assisted in resolving third party insurance issues
  • Manage inventory to maximize pharmacy profitability, reduce wasted, unused, expired medications, cost effective inventory control.
  • Provided patient counseling, inventory control, adjudication of third party claims and supervision of pharmacy technicians.
  • Maintained Inventory Control, Administered immunizations, Counseled Patients, consulted with nurses and physicians concerning patient care
  • Oversee over all pharmacy operation including purchase, inventory control, employee training, state/federal/DEA regulatory compliance.
  • Retail pharmacist responsible for prescription processing, compounding, third-party billing, patient consultations and inventory control
  • Maintained established procedures concerning quality assurance, inventory control, and security of controlled substances.
  • Streamlined and organized departmental operations through improved inventory control, decreasing costs and increasing revenues.
  • Assisted in quality assurance, inventory control, daily purchasing and pharmacy renovations.
  • Maintained established procedures on quality assurance, inventory control and controlled substances.
  • Oversee and direct inventory control and management; drug provision and accountability.
  • Managed inventory control as well as promoted sales and business development.
  • Trained and experienced in narcotic dispensing, verification and inventory control.
  • Excelled at establishing customer relationships, drug counseling and inventory control.
  • Perform typical medication dispensing, inventory control and waiting bin maintenance.
  • Monitored and managed inventory control with efficiency and attention to detail.
  • Supervised the inventory control and collection of patient clinical data.
  • Maintained proper inventory control and informed supervisor pharmacist of shortages.
  • Inventory control documenting and tracking accurately incoming and outgoing supplies.

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15. New Patient Profiles

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Here's how New Patient Profiles is used in Pharmacist jobs:
  • Enter new patient profiles and prescriptions into the QS software system.
  • Enter new patient profiles and prescriptions into pharmacy system.
  • PaEntered new patient profiles and prescriptions into medication input softwaresystem.
  • Entered new patient profiles and prescriptions, managed pharmacy inventory through re-ordering, returns and inter-store transfers.
  • Entered new patient profiles and prescriptions into medication database.
  • Created new patient profiles, performed insurance transactions, and counseled customers on OTC and herbal medications.

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16. TPN

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Here's how TPN is used in Pharmacist jobs:
  • Assisted pharmacists with order verification and TPN preparation Made dosing recommendations based on chart reviews
  • Prepared and supervised admixture and compounding of intravenous medications including chemotherapy and TPN
  • Supervised pharmacy technicians with the preparation of sterile intravenous solutions and TPN.
  • Compounded TPN, Oncology medications, Extemporaneous Antibiotic Ophthalmic medications.
  • Compounded and verified Intravenous medications, Chemotherapy and TPN preparation.
  • Managed TPN by consulting with Physicians on electrolyte adjustments
  • Assisted in preparing TPN recommendations for pediatric patients
  • Perform the tasks of preparing and supervising the preparation ointments, liquid medicines, IV admixtures, TPN, and chemotherapy.
  • Order changes to TPN and necessary labs based on data collected from MDATA, LastWord, and patient's paper chart.
  • Initiate and monitor TPN and antibiotic therapy, consult with medical and nursing staff, participate in Care Improvement Teams.
  • Prepared and disbursed IV/infusion, TPN, and chemotherapeutic medications, compounding ointments and creams, and prepackaged bulk medications.
  • Concentrated on clinical treatments such as antibiotics, cancer medications, TPN, pain management, IVIG and clotting factors.
  • Verified medication stability and solubility characteristics for allied health staff, maintained TPN and compounding files for MST staff.
  • Dispense oral medication, IV admixture, unit dose; supervise Pharmacy Technicians, on call, TPN etc.
  • Home IV: mixed TPN, pain control, antibiotics, and chemotherapy agents, utilizing alternative pump delivery systems
  • Prepare and verify IV and TPN orders and verify accuracy of medication preparation and dispensing by pharmacy personnel.
  • Communicated with nurses and physicians to adjust antibiotic, TPN, renal, hepatic and PCA dosages.
  • Trained how to manage task like Orders clarification, pharmacy consults, along with TPN's etc.
  • Checked IV products including TPN's, other sterile compounds, anesthesia trays, and code carts.
  • Provide and supervise technicians for the preparation of IV admixture, TPN/PPN orders (as needed)

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17. Inventory Management

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Here's how Inventory Management is used in Pharmacist jobs:
  • Improved drug-inventory management system thereby increasing profitability.
  • Carried out inventory management by purchasing pharmaceuticals as well as arranged for the return of outdated and recalled medications and products.
  • Handle inventory management, develop and implement innovative approaches such as sales tie-ins achieving patient needs while remaining within pharmacy budgets.
  • Provided patient education for diabetes, cholesterol management, blood pressure control and asthma; inventory management and supervisor responsibilities.
  • Provided inventory management, maintained proper inventory levels, and followed defined ordering practices for warehouse and vendors.
  • Maintain effective and economical inventory management of all drugs, medical items and chemicals handled by pharmacy.
  • Performed physician and patient counseling, processing prescriptions, inventory management, and supervision of supportive personnel.
  • Coordinate day-to-day pharmacy operations, prescription renewal, orders intake, inventory management and routine pharmacy duties.
  • Focus on data entry, prescription order processing, problem resolution, prescription dispensing and inventory management.
  • Clear, concise correspondence regarding financial/ sales report preparation and analysis focused on inventory management.
  • Use of unique computer programs designed for compounding, inventory management and business report generation.
  • Coordinated and oversaw audits while responding to drug shortages and handling inventory management responsibilities.
  • Maintained an optimal C-II inventory level through inventory management system and CSOS ordering process.
  • Collaborated with colleagues to transition from a manual to automated inventory management system.
  • Maintain cash registers and inventory management & ensures confidentiality of information and documentation.
  • Ensured inventory management according to prescription volume for optimal customer service and profitability.
  • Filled prescriptions, supervised technicians, supported inventory management and led patient education
  • Check and fill prescriptions, patient counseling, provide immunizations, inventory management
  • Increased profit margins by improving drug-inventory management and negotiating wholesaler contracts.
  • Performed inventory management to monitor regular/controlled drugs according to FDA standards.

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18. Drug Inventory

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Here's how Drug Inventory is used in Pharmacist jobs:
  • Maintained drug inventory levels, including ordering necessary medications and supplies, verifying deliveries against purchase orders.
  • Raised profitability by ordering needed drug inventory via direct contact with sales representative versus online.
  • Maintained drug inventory levels by ordering necessary medications, verifying invoices, and completing returns.
  • Established exceptional customer profile by promptly dispensing medication and by managing accurate drug inventory levels.
  • Coordinate quality assurance activities with monitors to perform drug inventory, drug review and reconciliation.
  • Completed drug inventory by returning unused, packaged medications and properly disposing of expired medications.
  • Improved drug inventory management system to improve profitability by reducing waste and overstock.
  • Maintain reduced operating cost via optimization of drug inventory management and ordering protocols.
  • Maintained drug inventory at levels consistent with customer/patient needs and budget restrictions.
  • Maintain drug inventory and ordering medications and other merchandise from wholesalers.
  • Managed drug inventory levels, ordering medications and supplies for replenishment.
  • Monitor drug inventory and assists in reordering and maintaining adequate inventory.
  • Control drug inventory while maintaining safety stock to eliminate spoilage.
  • Maintained drug inventory levels by ordering necessary medications and supplies.
  • Managed drug inventory to meet and/or exceed inventory valuation goals.
  • Managed drug inventory, accountability, and destruction procedures.
  • Assume full responsibility in managing and organizing drug inventory.
  • Manage control drug inventory and maintain robotic dispensing equipment.
  • Improved drug inventory management and effective cost reduction.
  • Managed drug inventory and compound and dispense medications.

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19. Data Entry

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Here's how Data Entry is used in Pharmacist jobs:
  • Interpret prescriptions for clinical validity, perform data entry and assess DUR rejections to safely and accurately dispense prescriptions.
  • Perform accurate and efficient quality assurance throughout data entry, filling and completing final verification of prescriptions.
  • Performed, maintained and supervised accurate and confidential computer data entry related to patient's medical record.
  • Supervised work distribution for data entry, filled and checked prescriptions, dispensed emergency medications.
  • Analyze and edit data entry of prescription information entered by technicians for accuracy and completeness.
  • Verified prescription information correctly entered by data entry personnel before forwarding to dispensing department.
  • Perform quality control and data entry for prescriptions in specialty pharmacy environment.
  • Performed medication order intake, verification, appropriateness and data entry.
  • Verified the accuracy of data entry and medication dispensing.
  • Completed appropriate paperwork/documents/system data entry for medication claims.
  • Verify accuracy of prescription data entry and filling.
  • Handled data entry activities associated with prescription information.
  • Performed data entry translating prescriptions within speed limits.
  • Verify data entry of prescriptions for accuracy.
  • Supervised other pharmacists and technician/data entry personnel.
  • Supervised and trained 7 employees which included all phases of prescription processing, data entry, and third party insurance processing.
  • Review and interpret prescription information as entered by the data entry pharmacy technicians to ensure all prescriptions are accurate and complete.
  • Implemented a training manual for all existing and new auditors on data entry software along with conducting individual training sessions.
  • Performed pharmacist verification after data entry (PV1) and during packaging (PV2) to ensure accuracy of orders.
  • Tasked with comprehensively handling all day-to-day pharmacy tasks including data entry, filling, verification, and patient counseling.

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20. RX

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Here's how RX is used in Pharmacist jobs:
  • Process and verify prescription orders for accuracy entered through ProTouch and RxConnect system by clinical personnel.
  • Train newly-hired front-end processing pharmacists to use RxExpress, the Legacy Catamaran front-end prescription-processing software.
  • Supervised and checked Pharmacy Technician blister-packaging of Rx orders destined for Long-Term Care facilities.
  • Assisted in technician responsibilities such as using the medicine carousel and also AcuDose-Rx refilling.
  • Perform weekly/quarterly desktop audits by requesting Rx documentation from pharmacy providers.
  • Facilitated integration of Value-Rx, Diversified Pharmaceutical Systems and Express-Scriptsbenefits plans.
  • Processed prescriptions and dispensed medications using MicroMerchant Prime Rx system.
  • Monitor Rx Technician and customer service representatives.
  • Support and facilitate communications (oral and written) to ensure pharmacists and managers understand goals and expectations regarding NightRx program.
  • Floated to high volume pharmacies (600-800 Rx per day) as one of the selected pharmacists across Bergen Country region.
  • Review and fill approximately 130 prescriptions daily; enter orders into database, using the latest McKesson Rx Enterprise Technology software.
  • Perform Patient Counseling on Rx and OTC medications, along with prescription processing, resolving insurance issues, and inventory management.
  • Filled dropped off prescriptions and prescriptions waiting in the Rx Connect computer Queue to be refilled due to medication adherence program.
  • Process orders from five remote hospitals for Community Health Systems using HealthCare Management Systems (HMS) software and PipelineRX.
  • Established FlavoRx program to bring in new customers and strictly oversaw prescription and OTC returns to prevent financial waste.
  • Collect data to quantify savings and other outcomes for various programs like drug redirection, RationalMed, Screen RX.
  • Entered outpatient RX, filled and dispensed RX to Army and civilian community (computer: CHCS).
  • Represented RxProhealth in all State Board Compliance Seminars, so is very knowledgeable in Federal/State Laws and Regulations.
  • Registered Pharmacist (Licensed in New Jersey and Pennsylvania) Dispensing of prescriptions, patient counseling and RX compounding
  • Filled average of 200 Rx's per day -Provided Rx services for nursing homes and non skilled retirement facilities

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21. Pyxis

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Here's how Pyxis is used in Pharmacist jobs:
  • Manage to train Nurses on Care Fusion Bar code medication administration PYXIS point of care (PPOC).
  • Entered orders, checked drugs before delivered to floors or satellites and or refilled PYXIS machines.
  • Manage inventory of Schedule II-V drugs and process all transactions in the PYXIS CII Safe.
  • Ensured accurate and quality delivery of medications and supplies to PYXIS system in use.
  • Install additional PYXIS station to existing system.
  • Assisted with maintenance and stocking of PYXIS.
  • Supervised/checked preparations of intravenous medications, entered and checked physicians orders for clinics, inpatients, pyxis.
  • Maintained 18 Pyxis stations, allowed maximum availability to instant to life-saving medications throughout the hospital.
  • Provided medication review, Pyxis optimization, culture follow-up, and mediation reconciliation on selected patients.
  • Managed medication therapy of admitted patients Oversight of Pyxis system maintenance Review of emergency department orders
  • Maintain hardware including Pyxis automated medication dispensing cabinets, PhACTS automated packaging and medication labeling.
  • Utilized pyxis automated dispensing system to maintain appropriate records and security of all controlled substances.
  • Dispensed and distributed medication stock and controlled substances using Pyxis distribution system.
  • Experience with TPN order entry/verification and Pyxis automated dispensing cabinet operation.
  • Trouble issues related to clinical system and Pyxis automated dispensing cabinets.
  • Decreased order turnaround time by decentralizing pharmacy operations via Pyxis technology.
  • Designed and implemented program to improve efficiency of Pyxis medication processing
  • Checked medication carts and maintained pyxis narcotic and stock medications.
  • Provided studies for administration for initial implementation of Pyxis.
  • Experience using Pyxis dispensing machines and electronic medical records.

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22. Medication Therapy Management

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Here's how Medication Therapy Management is used in Pharmacist jobs:
  • Provide medication therapy management and over-the-counter recommendations.
  • Implemented medication therapy management and administered immunizations.
  • Conducted medication therapy management, filled prescriptions, compounded medications, counseled patients regarding drug therapy and answered drug information questions.
  • Conducted medication therapy management reviews to patients' drug regimens and recommended solutions based on evidence- based medicine to their physicians.
  • Provide Medication Therapy Management (MTM) utilizing MirixaPro to minimize drug interactions and improve patient compliance and optimum patient care.
  • Safeguarded clients by counseling on effects, interactions, storage and administration techniques to ensure safety in medication therapy management.
  • Build profitable business and script growth through recommended clinical programs including appropriate immunization and medication therapy management(MTM).
  • Staff pharmacists responsible for the dispensing of medications, delivery of immunizations and maintenance of the medication therapy management profiles.
  • Administered immunizations, made new-to-therapy calls, and provided Medication Therapy Management (MTM) services by conducting comprehensive medication reviews
  • Accomplished weekly target ranges on medication flavorings, new-to-therapy consultations, administered health exams and conducted medication therapy management.
  • Perform comprehensive medication profile reviews, medication therapy management, patient counseling, and immunization services upon request.
  • Verify medications for long term care facilities, worked directly with patient care coordinators to execute medication therapy management
  • Drive profitable pharmacy sales by providing clinical services such as immunizations, health screenings and medication therapy management.
  • Performed clinical services including obtaining customers' blood pressures, administration of vaccinations, and medication therapy management.
  • Plan annual Medication Therapy Management clinical symposium and discuss current and upcoming issues in Medication Therapy Management.
  • Coordinated with physicians to optimize patient care and medication therapy management, leading to optimized patient care.
  • Tasked to identify patients eligible for Medication Therapy Management intervention and conduct reviews utilizing current clinical guidelines.
  • Provided medication therapy management to low income uninsured patients Verified and processed new prescriptions and refill requests
  • Provide excellent customer service including counseling patients, coordinating with physicians and providing medication therapy management.
  • Conducted clinical research regarding the financial impact of implementing medication therapy management into an independent pharmacy.

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23. Insurance Companies

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Here's how Insurance Companies is used in Pharmacist jobs:
  • Developed extensive network of patients, physicians, pharmaceutical professionals and insurance companies that aided in revenue growth and visibility.
  • Job description/Summary of duties Conduct worker compensation pharmacy Benefit Investigations for a variety of insurance companies.
  • Communicated directly with patients and third party insurance companies for prior-authorization requests and obtaining patient information.
  • Communicate with physicians, patients, and insurance companies regarding approvals and suitability of prescriptions.
  • Call insurance companies to insure correct processing information to bill insurance companies for patients medication.
  • Increased profit and improved productivity of pharmacy business by networking with local insurance companies.
  • Identify potentially harmful and inappropriate drug interactions and resolve these with physicians/ insurance companies.
  • Interacted with numerous third party insurance companies and communicated frequently with physicians and nurses.
  • Communicate with insurance companies regarding prior authorizations, overrides, and other rejections.
  • Negotiated with insurance companies and representatives in attempting to receive adequate reimbursement.
  • Interacted with insurance companies to obtain Prior Authorizations for patient medications.
  • Initiated prior authorizations for medications and called insurance companies for overrides.
  • Communicated effectively with insurance companies handling all third party rejects.
  • Contacted multiple insurance companies to resolve insurance adjudication issues.
  • Communicate with insurance companies efficiently assisting customer's needs.
  • Contacted insurance companies for benefit investigation and coverage eligibility.
  • Called insurance companies to update patient information.
  • Contacted insurance companies to facilitate prescription completion.
  • Processed claims electronically submitted to insurance companies.
  • Verify patient eligibility by contacting insurance companies

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24. Pharmaceutical Care

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Here's how Pharmaceutical Care is used in Pharmacist jobs:
  • Work collaboratively to provide comprehensive pharmaceutical care and drug information to nurses, physicians and patients to ensure optimal therapeutic outcomes.
  • Prepared pharmacy for a scheduled third party audit and delivered pharmaceutical care to patients in an efficient and professional manner
  • Staff pharmacist responsible for managing, coordinating and administering all aspects of quality pharmaceutical care to in and out-patients.
  • Provide exceptional pharmaceutical care to an increasing and varied clientele through monitoring medication profiles and counseling as needed.
  • Organize daily operational duties and assist in the supervision of technicians and interns involved in providing pharmaceutical care.
  • Participated in pharmacy lectures and presentations to increase knowledge of new medicine and improvement in pharmaceutical care.
  • Developed, implemented, and delivered high quality pharmaceutical services and maintains high standards of pharmaceutical care.
  • Provided comprehensive pharmaceutical care and medication management to inpatient, outpatient, and ambulatory care patients.
  • Sound understanding of the principles underlying pharmaceutical care, with an ability to recognize therapeutic incompatibilities.
  • Provision of excellent, reliable pharmaceutical care to general surgery, neurosurgery and urological surgery inpatients.
  • Updated knowledge of current pharmacy benefit management and also retail delivery of pharmaceutical care.
  • Developed and implemented a process and training program for long-term community interactive pharmaceutical care.
  • Engaged providers and patients in order to deliver pharmaceutical care to workers compensation patients.
  • Identified the role of a pharmacist in pharmaceutical care to the institutional/hospitalized patient.
  • Develop skills to provide clinical pharmaceutical care to a variety of acute populations.
  • Deliver Pharmaceutical Care according to professional and departmental standards and legal mandates.
  • Provided pharmaceutical care and service to all patients including inpatient and outpatient/.
  • Direct pharmaceutical care services provided to patients in an outpatient environment.
  • Consult with other specialty practitioners to provide optimal patient pharmaceutical care.
  • Supervised pharmacists and technicians in provision of pharmaceutical care to beneficiaries.

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25. High Volume

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Here's how High Volume is used in Pharmacist jobs:
  • Performed visual verification to insure accuracy and federal/state regulation compliance within a high volume mail order pharmacy.
  • Registered Pharmacist in a high volume professionally oriented prescription department.
  • Recognized for organized management of high volume of patient accounts.
  • Process prescriptions in a high volume independent community pharmacy.
  • Work efficiently and accurately at a high volume facility.
  • Managed high volume of prescriptions without compromising quality.
  • Licensed pharmacist in Florida providing excellent customer care service accompanied by maintaining smooth work flow in a high volume retail setting.
  • Recognized for ability to manage a high volume of patient accounts, and train/manage a large staff of technicians and interns.
  • Dispensed unit dose prescriptions for long term care and substance abuse program inpatients in frequently complex and high volumes operations.
  • Dispensed medications in low and high volume pharmacies in a safe and effective manner ensuring customer safety and satisfaction.
  • Participated in all aspects of dispensing in a high volume pharmacy, ranking highest in checking efficiency and accuracy.
  • Oversee dispensing of medicines within high volume location, including data entry, labeling, and verifying patient prescriptions.
  • Recognized for ability to manage a high volume of prescriptions in an appropriate time frame and follows all regulations.
  • Filled prescriptions in a high volume, fast-paced setting while maintaining attention to detail and quality in work.
  • Market place pharmacist responsible for increasing productivity in high volume stores, building customer loyalty and community outreach.
  • Float between 6 different pharmacies from very low to very high volume Enjoy a very diverse and outstanding staff
  • Managed 18 employees, inventory, scheduling and managed a high volume area of 2000 prescriptions a day.
  • Answer high volume of inbound calls for a Specialty pharmacy and make out bound calls when necessary.
  • Performed duties of Staff Pharmacist with exceptional detail while gaining experience to manage a high volume pharmacy.
  • Served as both pharmacist and pharmacy manager * High volume pharmacy (over 4,000 prescriptions per week)

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26. Health Care

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Here's how Health Care is used in Pharmacist jobs:
  • Filled prescriptions, counseled patients and communicated with health care professionals and insurance companies regarding patient care and proper medication.
  • Assisted physicians with identification of appropriate drug regiments, and support educational efforts targeting health care professionals and patients.
  • Serve patients by preparing medications; giving pharmacological information to multidisciplinary health care team; monitoring patient drug therapies.
  • Provided expert guidance and consultation to patients regarding medication information in collaboration with physicians and other health care professionals.
  • Provided clinical consultations and information regarding services, pharmaceuticals and patients to physicians and other health care professionals.
  • Corresponded with other health care professionals to provide complete medication management, including dosing recommendations and therapeutic substitutions.
  • Notified physician/health care practitioners and patients on appropriate formula substitution according to third-party decision of payment and effectiveness.
  • Evaluate drug interactions/contraindications and dosing accuracy, communicate efficiently with health care providers, provide individual counseling.
  • Developed and maintained working relationships with other health care professionals that resulted in more patient referrals.
  • Prioritize daily responsibilities and effectively complete prescriptions while attending to customers inquisitions about their health care.
  • Developed and implemented therapeutic plans for patients in cooperation with physicians and other health care professionals.
  • Provided pharmacological information upon request of health care professionals with thorough research of evidence-based medicine.
  • Offer exceptional immunizations, diabetes awareness, and other preventative health care services as necessary.
  • Discover opportunities to serve the community with professional health care while driving profitable sales/pharmacy services.
  • Communicate with physicians and other health care professionals regarding pharmaceutical and health related questions.
  • Dispensed medications accurately and provided counseling to patients and other health care providers.
  • Developed and maintained excellent working relationships with physicians and other health care professionals.
  • Performed comprehensive literature reviews to provide drug information to health care professionals.
  • Collaborate with other health care professionals to monitor and review medications.
  • Provide in-services/education to pharmacy and other health care providers when appropriate.

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27. Blood Pressure

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Here's how Blood Pressure is used in Pharmacist jobs:
  • Participated in community health fairs and conducted patient medication reviews and complimentary blood pressure screenings.
  • Provided blood pressure screenings to interested community members.
  • Administered manual blood pressure monitoring for patients.
  • Provide specialized Counseling to help patients manage conditions such as diabetes, asthma, smoking cessation, and high blood pressure.
  • Investigated and reported customer complaints concerning the use of the medical devices including blood pressure monitors, electronic thermometers, etc.
  • Provide blood pressure checks for patients and counsel on importance of nutrition, exercise, and meaning of blood pressure reading.
  • Conducted blood pressure, cholesterol, osteoporosis, thyroid, body mass index and blood glucose screenings within the community.
  • Provided CLINICAL HEALTH SCREENING services, including blood pressure measurement, weight/BMI, lipid screening, and blood glucose test.
  • Provide services to patients including Medicines Use Reviews, blood pressure monitoring and advice on the management of minor ailments.
  • Monitored, investigated, and reported adverse drug events related to insulin, blood pressure, and heart rate medication.
  • Designed and implemented clinical services, such as blood pressure monitoring, and diabetes management throughout the Detroit district.
  • Offered health promotion and prevention activities, including training in the use devices of blood pressure and diabetes monitors.
  • Immunized patients, measured blood pressure, and tested body composition, blood glucose, A1C, and cholesterol.
  • Offered health promotion or prevention activities, such as training people to use blood pressure devices and diabetes monitors.
  • Monitored patients cholesterol levels, blood sugar, and blood pressure and educated them according to test results.
  • Provide health testing to patients for blood glucose, lipid panel, body composition, and blood pressure.
  • Assist patients with health testing, by teaching patients how to monitor their blood pressure and/or blood sugar.
  • Provide specialized services to help patients manage conditions such as diabetes, asthma or high blood pressure.
  • Monitored patients' blood pressure levels, blood glucose levels and cholesterol levels at recommended time intervals.
  • Provided services such as blood pressure checks, blood glucose, A1C and lipid panels among others.

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28. Physician Orders

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Here's how Physician Orders is used in Pharmacist jobs:
  • Review and monitor physician orders for appropriateness considering specific patient conditions and health status and providing necessary interventions.
  • Order entry, DUR, prepares medications by reviewing and interpreting physician orders; detecting therapeutic incompatibilities.
  • Prepared compounded medications according to physician orders, professional standards and standard formulas including pill form medications.
  • Prepare medications by assessing and interpreting physician orders as well as identifying therapeutic inconsistencies.
  • Interpreted/processed physician orders, provided drug information, prepared and supervised preparation of I.V.
  • Review inpatient physician orders for clinical appropriateness in an effort to optimize outcomes.
  • Dispensed prescribed medications, controlled substances and pharmaceuticals according to physician orders.
  • Processed prescription and dispensed medications by reviewing and interpreting physician orders.
  • Interpreted physician orders and intervenes when appropriate for clarification or correction.
  • Ensured the accuracy and appropriateness and safety of physician orders.
  • Checked physician orders for accuracy and prepared medications for administration.
  • Verified and filled physician orders and patient medication cassettes.
  • Compounded calculated medications for patients based on physician orders.
  • Processed prescriptions and dispensed medication based on physician orders.
  • Processed physician orders and provided clinical monitoring of patients.
  • Review and verify physician orders for potential drug-related problems.
  • Read and interpreted physician orders and ensured accurate dispensing.
  • Reviewed physician orders for accuracy and patient specific appropriateness.
  • Prepare medications by reviewing and interpreting physician orders.
  • Entered physician orders into the hospital information systems.

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29. Computer System

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Here's how Computer System is used in Pharmacist jobs:
  • Developed comprehensive training manual for new pharmacists to understand store- specific operating procedures and computer system.
  • Perform minor maintenance and trouble shooting of all computer systems and associated peripheral equipment.
  • Coordinated and provided professional education research to optimize drug usage and pharmacy computer system.
  • Performed inventory counts and reconciled computer systems, as well as testing/calibrating instruments.
  • Leveraged pharmacy computer system inventory features to improve in-stock situation from avg.
  • Analyzed data from various computer systems to improve supply management system functionality.
  • Demonstrate professionalism, skill and proficiency in using different computer systems.
  • Entered new and updated existing medication formulas into the computer system.
  • Demonstrated proficiency with a variety of computer systems and dispensing guidelines.
  • Credited patient accounts for returned medication in the pharmacy computer system.
  • Verify entry of prescription into computer system via document imaging.
  • Review physician orders and enter into pharmacy computer system.
  • Performed schedule inventory counts and reconciled computer systems.
  • Implemented technology upgrades and maintenance of computer systems.
  • Enter medication orders/prescriptions into the pharmacy computer system.
  • Assisted with implementation of outpatient pharmacy computer system.
  • Processed medication returns into the computer system.
  • Utilize computer system for processing prescription orders.
  • Dispensed medications * Input orders into computer system
  • Enter correct information into computer system.

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30. RPH

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Here's how RPH is used in Pharmacist jobs:
  • Shadowed pharmacist attending patient with Morphine overdose in emergency.
  • Compounded all oral liquids, topical creams and oral morphine compounds.
  • Provide immunization services for all off-site pharmacy sponsored clinics as well as providing all currently approved RPh administered vaccinations in store.
  • Shared results with otherpharmacists and applied this information to counseling situations with patients.
  • License # PRPI007860 Post-Graduate Year One Pharmacy Residency Experiences 06/2014 Oncology Lancaster General Health Preceptor: Kim Young, RPh
  • Assisted the prescriber or their representative, and prepared anything for transfer to a RPH if needed.
  • Collaborate with fellow Rph on store action plans monthly to improve service and enhance sales.
  • Lead Rph for Drug Utilization Review, CII team, and Clinical Department.
  • Served as a part-time RPh in a small independent drugstore chain
  • Prepare scripts for RPh to take verbal authorizations from doctors
  • Worked as both a staff Rph and pharmacy dept.
  • Store #6280 Supervisor: Robert Taylor, RPh
  • Direct Supervisor : William M. Hanna Rph Duties below
  • Direct Supervisor: James Rider Rph Duties below
  • Travel assignment for RPh on the Go
  • Mentor: Dr. Thomas Towers, RPh.
  • Processed prescriptions, performed Prospective Drug Utilization Review and counseledpatients in grocery store community pharmacy as an RPh.
  • Satellite RPh Verification of medication computer entry.
  • Staff rph for long term care, on call Rph in addition to all dispensing duties, and IV preparation
  • Worked in a long term care pharmacy setting Involved in all aspects of RPh review, dispensing and IV compounding

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31. Medication Reconciliation

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Here's how Medication Reconciliation is used in Pharmacist jobs:
  • Performed comprehensive patient profile reviews, medication reconciliation, and drug utilization reviews in addition to computerized physician order entry verification.
  • Interpret, clarify and rectify physician medication orders, including the medication reconciliation process and select medications for outpatient dispensing.
  • Supervised medication reconciliation technicians by reviewing their completed list of prior to admission medications and addressing any discrepancies with physicians.
  • Participated in various committees including Medication Safety Team and Safest in America/Medication Reconciliation Committee, creating Joint Commission-required policies/procedures.
  • Worked closely with hospital nursing staff to facilitate accurate medication reconciliation upon discharge of transplant patients to outpatient care.
  • Dosed antibiotics for patients, clarified indication and doses for medications with medical residents, and performed medication reconciliation.
  • Provided medication reconciliation, chart reviews, medication regimen changes & recommendations, medication order reviews/approvals and patient follow-ups.
  • Provided medication reconciliation at both pharmacy admission and discharge along with providing medication counseling and patient education services.
  • Performed clinical screenings, medication reconciliation, and monitored patient drug therapy in accordance with laboratory values.
  • Implemented medication reconciliation program for hospital resulting in a significant decrease in medication errors on admission.
  • Conducted post-hospitalization medication reconciliations for patients to be seen in clinic after hospital discharge for follow-up.
  • Order entry or verification, medication reconciliation, and clarification of ambiguous orders as needed.
  • Performed medication reconciliation upon admission to hospital and offered appropriately medication counseling upon discharge.
  • Documented patient consultations, refills, and medication reconciliations with electronic medical record systems.
  • Perform discharge medication reconciliation and communicate therapy changes to the patient's local pharmacy.
  • Promoted medication safety through chart audits, medication reconciliation, patient medication counseling.
  • Performed admission medication reconciliations and discharge counseling to patients in the observation unit.
  • Provide immunization services, patient counseling services, and conduction of medication reconciliation.
  • Perform detailed medication reconciliation to adhere to state requirements and improve patient care.
  • Conducted medication reconciliations upon hospital admission to determine most accurate list of medications.

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32. Non-Prescription Medications

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Here's how Non-Prescription Medications is used in Pharmacist jobs:
  • Maintained accurate documentation of patients' medical histories, prescription and non-prescription medications and potential drug interactions.
  • Perform all necessary functions, including providing information on all prescription and non-prescription medications and products.
  • Performed all pharmacist responsibilities including dispensing, counseling, and making recommendations for non-prescription medications.
  • Provided patients with adequate information on queries regarding both prescription and non-prescription medications.
  • Identify and reduce the amount of patients incorrectly taking prescription and non-prescription medications.
  • Provided counseling on prescriptions and non-prescription medications as well as surgical products.
  • Counseled patients on prescription and non-prescription medications and answered patients' question.
  • Counseled patients on prescription and non-prescription medications, including medical supplies.
  • Assist patients in selecting appropriate non-prescription medications and dietary/herbal supplements.
  • Processed prescriptions, counseled patients on prescription and non-prescription medications
  • Advised customers regarding use of prescription and non-prescription medications.
  • Acquired and maintained inventory of prescription and non-prescription medications.
  • Counseled patients on prescribed and non-prescription medications.
  • Advised customers on prescription and non-prescription medications.
  • Counseled public on prescription and non-prescription medications
  • Counseled patients on safe use of prescription and non-prescription medications, which resulted in improved patient compliance and understanding.
  • Provide consultation on prescription and non-prescription medications for proper handling, dosage, safety, and drug interactions.
  • Provide consultation on prescription and non-prescription medications for storage, dosage, side effects, and drug interactions.
  • Counseled patients on prescription and non-prescription medications, especially in self- care and OTC products information.
  • Counseled public on prescription and non-prescription medications, as well as all other Pharmacist-related duties.

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33. State Regulations

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Here's how State Regulations is used in Pharmacist jobs:
  • Ensured compliance with all federal and state regulations regarding the manufacture of pharmaceutical products and provided opinions regarding drug litigation.
  • Administer influenza vaccinations in accordance with state regulations to eligible patients.
  • Charged with accepting and releasing medications in accordance with state regulations.
  • Reported to Pharmacist-in-Charge and offered input on compliance with state regulations.
  • Administer vaccinations according to Collaborative Drug Therapy Management and State regulations.
  • Maintained pharmacy records and controlled inventory according to state regulations.
  • Encourage and support pharmacy director, colleagues, and support staff for pharmacy operation in accordance to Federal and State regulations.
  • Ensured safe procurement, distribution, storage, utilization and disposal of drugs and biological according to federal and state regulations.
  • Audited pharmacy and documents, in complying with all Federal and State regulations and insurance company standards.
  • Maintain and update knowledge of state regulations, and ensure that all laws and regulations are followed.
  • Assure that pharmacy department procedures and practices are in compliance with federal and state regulations and guidelines.
  • Ensured compliance with all federal and state regulations, as well as company policies and procedures.
  • Provision of Drug of addiction treatment program, in accordance to federal and state regulations.
  • Maintain proper compliance with all federal/state regulations including but not limited to DEA, HIPAA.
  • Fill, compound and dispense prescriptions in accordance with federal/state regulations and company guidelines.
  • Directed pharmacy actions to ensure compliance with federal and state regulations.
  • Inspected nursing homes throughout Arkansas Enforced federal and state regulations
  • Drug recall coordinator and outdated products in a timely manner, and according to hospital procedures and State regulations.
  • Complied with all federal laws, company policies and procedures and state regulations regarding technician licensure and training.

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34. Medication USE

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Here's how Medication USE is used in Pharmacist jobs:
  • Conducted pharmacy-related administrative activities, including medication use evaluations, in-service presentations, P&T presentations, and newsletter articles.
  • Identify and appropriately manage patients with physical and sensory deficits to help improve medication use and any issues regarding compliance.
  • Consult physicians about recommendations in patient therapy as it applies to medication use and recommend therapeutic equivalent medications to doctors.
  • Develop and implement strategies to contain costs and maximize profitability by projecting medication use and minimizing on-hand inventory.
  • Performed medication use evaluation, adverse reactions monitoring; offered alternate drug therapy and resolved medication related issues.
  • Promote safe medication use by verifying appropriateness and accuracy of dispensed medications and thorough patient counseling.
  • Provide extensive patient counseling and education on proper medication use and blood pressure/blood glucose meters.
  • Prepared medication use evaluations with other staff pharmacists and provided a presentation of its significance.
  • Educate patients, caregivers, medical staff and other professional regarding appropriate medication use.
  • Discussed patient disease stage and medication use with respective doctors and provide recommendations.
  • Interviewed patients to obtain information regarding medication use, medication allergies and sensitivities.
  • Ensured proactive involvement on pediatrics rounds and rendered recommendations on proper medication use.
  • Attend multidisciplinary care team rounds and make recommendations for appropriate medication use.
  • Coordinate medication use by reviewing patient profiles to closely monitor medication therapy.
  • Provided drug and policy information to patients including counseling on medication use
  • Prepared and delivered sound recommendations to physician on appropriate medication use.
  • Improved patient care by providing streamlined interventions of medication use.
  • Provide patient education for safe medication use and disease management.
  • Conducted medication use evaluations and therapeutic research in pediatric populations.
  • Provided extensive counseling to patients on proper medication use.

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35. Pharmacy Inventory

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Here's how Pharmacy Inventory is used in Pharmacist jobs:
  • Manage pharmacy inventory, maintain records of order fulfillment and delivery, and controlled substance perpetual inventory log.
  • Coordinated with pharmaceutical suppliers; maintained pharmacy inventory, tracked drugs and supplies, and purchased pharmaceuticals.
  • Dispensed medications to fill prescriptions * Provided information to customers about their medications * Maintained pharmacy inventory
  • Managed pharmacy inventory through proper medication ordering, returns and inter-store transfers.
  • Managed pharmacy inventory and coordinated supply of requisitions made to various units.
  • Coordinate and maintain pharmacy inventory to ensure appropriate levels of medication stock.
  • Maintained pharmacy inventory and placed order of medications while resolving any discrepancies.
  • Improved pharmacy inventory to reduce waste and dramatically minimize back orders.
  • Maintain pharmacy inventory by checking pharmaceutical stock to determine inventory level.
  • Manage pharmacy inventory at acceptable levels to fulfill customer needs.
  • Managed pharmacy inventory, including controlled substances and pharmacy supplies.
  • Assisted management in store operations and ordered/controlled pharmacy inventory.
  • Managed pharmacy inventory, stock of prescription and over-the-counter medications
  • Re-organized pharmacy inventory to include new group home medications.
  • Managed pharmacy inventory by proper medication ordering and returns.
  • Maintain adequate C2 inventory and manage overall pharmacy inventory.
  • Dispensed prescriptions to clinic patients * Maintained pharmacy inventory
  • Help maintain pharmacy inventory, including controlled substances.
  • Removed outdated and damaged drugs from pharmacy inventory.
  • Maintain and manage pharmacy inventory and product ordering

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36. Phone Calls

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Here's how Phone Calls is used in Pharmacist jobs:
  • Screened telephone calls, directing calls and provided factual information concerning the health profession licensing requirements.
  • Managed phone calls to different departments and specialty physicians within hospital.
  • Answered phone calls from patients regarding medication-related issues.
  • Gained trust of patient population as drug expert for which I am still receiving phone calls with questions and concerns.
  • Fill prescriptions, answer telephone calls for new telephone orders and medication related issues, and perform patient consultations.
  • Receive lots of phone calls from doctors and nurses have questions about certain drugs or questions about patient therapy.
  • Led high profile tasks, such as conducting phone calls to long-term care facilities and verifying drug orders.
  • Generate and maintain daily reports of patient pharmaceutical use and answered a high volume of phone calls.
  • Staff pharmacist in multiple disciplines* Oversee technicians and triage phone calls* Drug information and problem solving* Customer service
  • Verify insurance information, answer phone calls from medical offices, other pharmacies and other medical facilities.
  • Responded phone calls from doctors and nurses to take prescription orders as well as verify prescriptions.
  • Respond to emails, phone calls and electronically submitted questions and disputes on a timely basis.
  • Walk in center: Wait on customers, answer and direct phone calls to proper area.
  • Answered and made phone calls consistent with assigned duties in accordance with physicians or insurers.
  • Answer all patient phone calls within two rings while providing a warming and inviting greeting.
  • Answered telephone calls, performed doctor follow-ups and clarifications from LTCF and ALF orders.
  • Service incoming phone calls from providers by providing perfect service when answering their questions.
  • Handled incoming phone calls from injured, vendors and providers workers regarding prescription benefits.
  • Manage phone calls including customer service, physician calls, and patient counseling.
  • Maintain an electronic service log on all telephone calls with complete follow-up history.

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37. Medical Staff

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Here's how Medical Staff is used in Pharmacist jobs:
  • Provided chronic disease state education and monitoring, inventory ordering and control, medical staff and pharmacy technician education and development.
  • Collaborated with members of nursing, respiratory, and medical staff on projects to improve patient-centered care and increased regulatory compliance.
  • Prepared quarterly Pharmacy newsletter with up-to-date medication safety alerts, FDA updates, and medical staff training/updates for hospital-wide distribution.
  • Provided education and medication suggestions to nursing and medical staff to achieve faster recovery and greater responses from inpatients.
  • Managed and supervised medical staff engaged in mixing, packaging, and labeling medications to ensure timely completion.
  • Perform Drug Utilization Reviews such as Therapeutic Duplication and Drug Interactions and offer alternatives to medical staff.
  • Evaluate and manage psychiatric patients discharged from hospitalizations and work with various medical staff to maintain stability.
  • Provided drug information to the medical staff and utilized information received to ensure positive patient outcomes.
  • Interact with other medical staff with questions and information regarding drug information or utilization.
  • Provided drug information to medical staff and made meaningful recommendations on drug therapy.
  • Maintained a professional relationship and open communication with medical staff in adjacent clinic.
  • Function included recommendations of therapy changes to medical staff and facility staff.
  • Provided drug information/education to patients, their family members and medical staff.
  • Provide medication information and education to medical staff and patients.
  • Identify cost-effective therapeutic alternatives to medical staff when appropriate.
  • Provide medication information to nursing and medical staff.
  • Assist medical staff with pharmacological therapy-related questions.
  • Provided optimal drug information to medical staff.
  • Communicated regularly with medical staff throughout region.
  • Answered patient-specific medication questions for medical staff.

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38. CVS

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Here's how CVS is used in Pharmacist jobs:
  • Participated in recruitment, retention and evaluation of pharmacy employees.CVS
  • Answer questions from patients calling in to their local CVS/pharmacy store; providing clinical information, interaction checks and general counseling.
  • Retained entire staff intact for six months during transition to CVS acquisition of store, ensuring a solid basis for store success
  • Run registers balance cash draws and most importantly provide premier customer service while following the CVS promise to promote better health.
  • Used my people skills and personality to make and maintain helpful work relationships to benefit the success of the CVS chain.
  • Registered Pharmacist in State of North Carolina with over 16 years excellent track record with CVS Pharmacy and Harris Teeter.
  • Increase CVS patients' satisfaction to above assigned targets and improve the level of professionalism and courtesy by patient feedback.
  • Improved the online pharmacy shopping experience by testing websites like CVS, Canada-Drug and developed UPMC online pharmacy website.
  • Aided in opening a number of new CVS pharmacy locations, including pharmacy setup and hiring new staff members.
  • Maintained primary job by working The Medicine Shoppe 6 days/week, and CVS on Sundays for 4 years.
  • Trained new staff members, including two Pharmacy Managers, on processes and CVS pharmacy IT application.
  • Worked with a partner to organize and schedule pharmacist days off and vacations for 123 CVS stores.
  • Featured in a nationwide TV commercial about diabetic screening & management sponsored by several drug manufactures for CVS
  • Assist in the design of several new CVS pharmacy locations in the New York/New Jersey area.
  • Maintain a clean, organized, and professional pharmacy department in accordance to CVS standards.
  • Oversee the formalized training and certification process for CVS pharmacy technicians program for the district.
  • Market CVS Specialty Pharmacy to key targeted physicians, medical clinics and community hospitals.
  • Certified through CVS Pharmacy Technician Training Program and per local state pharmacy guidelines.
  • Developed patient specific plans for the use of OTC products for CVS customers.
  • Helped CVS out with the transition of Arbor Drugs in Detroit, Michigan.

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39. Providers

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Here's how Providers is used in Pharmacist jobs:
  • Suggested appropriate, cost-effective therapeutic alternatives to doctors/providers
  • Functioned as member of interdisciplinary care team and communicated closely with providers, delivering therapeutic recommendations using evidence-based recommendations.
  • Utilize multiple internal systems to perform daily duties and document interactions with providers while discussing member information confidentially.
  • Recommend appropriate diabetes medications and other treatment options to primary care providers after each patient visit.
  • Designed DoD e-prescribing module, allowed civilian providers to electronically send prescription to a DoD pharmacy.
  • Provided educational and technical information to providers and patients to increase business to the clinic Pharmacy.
  • Organized interdisciplinary meetings with providers, pharmacy personnel, and nursing to discuss policies and procedures.
  • Provide medication information and medication therapy guidelines to providers and clinical staff as required.
  • Communicate determinations to member's service and providers utilizing application and right fax technology.
  • Established positive relationships with patients, medical professionals, pharmaceutical representatives and insurance providers.
  • Provided patient education, worked with insurance providers regarding billing, treatments and reimbursement.
  • Received new prescriptions from medical providers and reviewed for appropriate therapy and dosage.
  • Consulted with providers, provided collaborative therapy, and recommended alternatives when appropriate.
  • Maximized cost effectiveness of member medication therapy in collaboration with providers and technicians.
  • Educate physicians and associate providers regarding cost effective therapy and drug utilization goals.
  • Communicated with physicians and benefit providers to process prescriptions quickly and accurately.
  • Submit tier exception requests and appeal coverage determinations with patient insurance providers.
  • Identified and updated benefit coverage provisions for network providers and coverage overrides.
  • Worked cooperatively with medical providers to improve outcomes and drug information.
  • Consult with clinic providers regarding chronic disease management and patient education.

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40. Bcps

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Here's how Bcps is used in Pharmacist jobs:
  • Drug Information Preceptor(s): Rachelle Simon, Pharm.D., BCPS
  • Program Director: Mike Melroy, Pharm.D., BCPS
  • Program Director: Patricia Tumbush, R.Ph., BCPS
  • Program Director: Kristin Eginger, Pharm.D., BCPS, BCCCP
  • Drug Information Center Preceptor: Joan Stachnik, MEd, Pharm.D., BCPS
  • General Medicine Chicago, Il Northwestern Memorial Hospital Preceptor: Arti Phatak, Pharm.D., BCPS
  • Full time: 40 hours/week.Supervisor: Meeta Patel, Pharm.D., CDE, BCPS, Director, Pharmacy education and training
  • Full time: 40 hours/week.Supervisor: Meeta Patel, Pharm.D., CDE, BCPS, Associate Chief of Pharmacy
  • Program Director: Travis Linneman, Pharm.D., BCPSProgram Coordinator: Matthew Pitlick, Pharm.D., BCPSHours Worked Per Week: 50

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41. Dispense Medications

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Here's how Dispense Medications is used in Pharmacist jobs:
  • Verify and dispense medications including compounds, maintain accurate records, provide counseling including drug and disease information.
  • Prepare and dispense medications per physician orders for residents of an assisted living facility.
  • Verify accuracy of prescriptions and dispense medications to low-income, uninsured North Carolina residents.
  • Verify accuracy/appropriateness of medication therapies, prepare, and dispense medications to hospital patients.
  • Verify physician orders and prepare and dispense medications in compliance with regulatory standards.
  • Dispense medications; provide counseling; finish transaction with optimum pharmacy customer services.
  • Dispense medications and counsel patients on proper dosages of prescriptions and over-the-counter medicines.
  • Compound and dispense medications accurately for delivery to patient care areas.
  • Dispense medications following prescriptions issued by an authorized medical practitioner.
  • Dispense medications by compounding, packaging, and labeling pharmaceuticals.
  • Verify orders for accuracy and appropriateness and dispense medications.
  • Compound and dispense medications using appropriate standards and procedures.
  • Verify prescriptions, dispense medications, medication consultations.
  • Prepare and dispense medications according to physician orders.
  • Verify income eligibility and dispense medications accordingly.
  • Dispense medications and perform drug utilization review.
  • Dispense medications and evaluate patient compliance.
  • Dispense medications according to written prescription.
  • Dispense Medications, Attended to Customers
  • Compound and dispense medications accurately.

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42. Disease States

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Here's how Disease States is used in Pharmacist jobs:
  • Counseled and monitored patients with complex disease states on proper administration of high dollar specialty medications.
  • Perform clinical activities such as patient specific management of various disease states and medication utilization reviews.
  • Developed clinical criteria of specialty disease states for the implementation of a complex case management program.
  • Provided several small lectures to accompanying residents on medications for several disease states.
  • Recommend appropriate over-the-counter medications to patients for various disease states.
  • Demonstrated knowledge of disease states via examinations.
  • Establish correct medication dosages and frequencies based on patients' renal, liver function, disease states, and interacting medications.
  • Introduced to pediatric specific disease states and the hospital specific treatment protocols for states like Kawasaki syndrome and Cystic Fibrosis.
  • Recommended patient specific Over-the-Counter products based on presented symptoms, medications being taken, patient allergies and disease states.
  • Dose, dosage form, route of administration and frequency were appropriate for patient and patient's disease states.
  • Market to specialty physicians in the Tampa Bay Area including ID, Transplant, Oncology and RA disease states.
  • Obtain physician orders from patients' charts and assess patient's therapy and appropriateness to specific disease states.
  • Consult with physicians and nursing staff with regard to patient medications, drug interactions, and disease states.
  • Worked in conjunction with nursing department to develop nursing prescribing guidelines for various acute, non-emergence disease states.
  • Provide patients with health monitoring and advice, including advice and treatment of common ailments and disease states.
  • Dispensed prescriptions in a timely, efficient manner and counseled patients on their medications and disease states.
  • Provided specific education to customers concerning disease states and medications, advice and treatment of common ailments.
  • Involved in inpatient research while providing disease states and medication reviews in assistance with internal medical rounds.
  • Provided Medication Management Therapy for chronic disease states including: diabetes, smoking cessation and asthma.
  • Focused on 6 disease states that required large amount of pharmacist clinical counseling and insurance counseling.

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43. Medicaid

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Here's how Medicaid is used in Pharmacist jobs:
  • Improved patient outcomes by evaluating quarterly drug utilization reviews of Medicaid patient prescription profiles for appropriateness of recommendations of rule-based findings.
  • Processed and managed all medical insurance transactions including Medicaid and Medicare Part D prescription drug claims and prior-authorizations.
  • Analyzed pharmacy benefits metrics and success measures, allowing optimal financial management of IN Medicaid pharmacy benefits.
  • Perform review of pharmacy and override process in compliance with pharmaceutical related company and state Medicaid guidelines.
  • Explain the prescribing parameters of Medicaid including preferred medications and quantity limits to ensure compliance.
  • Determine eligibility of patients on third party plans and Medicaid and concurrently processed them.
  • Managed an extremely busy pharmacy serving very well, mostly Medicaid and Medicare recipients.
  • Maintained patient confidentiality under HIPPA rules and regulations for DC Medicaid recipients and providers.
  • Conducted data queries for monitoring of performance metrics, including Medicare/Medicaid improvement initiatives.
  • Maintained accurate member records in accordance with various Medicare and state Medicaid regulations.
  • Project manager for implementation of NCQA application to Pennsylvania Medicaid Encounters program.
  • Researched and resolved pharmacy related issues/discrepancies between Louisiana Medicaid recipients and pharmacists.
  • Followed procedural guidelines for Medicare, Medicaid & third party billing requirements.
  • Educated Louisiana's Medicaid physicians and pharmacies regarding proper billing procedures.
  • Provided pharmacists/Medicaid recipients with information regarding their enrollment plan and benefits.
  • Developed and implemented prior authorization criteria for Fee-for-Service Medicaid clients.
  • Created patient health care portfolios for Medicaid eligibility and restriction.
  • Gather pharmacy benefits from commercial insurances companies for Medicaid agencies.
  • Contract position for Affiliated Computer Services doing Medicaid prior authorizations.
  • Developed application of NCQA standards for Pennsylvania Medicaid Encounters.

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44. Medical Equipment

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Here's how Medical Equipment is used in Pharmacist jobs:
  • Process orders for prescription medication and durable medical equipment.
  • Maintain documentation for regulatory compliance of all medical equipment.
  • Transport of patient medication and medical equipment.
  • Managed inventory of medical equipment.
  • Learned about different hospital pharmacy medical equipment and had hands on lessons on how they work.
  • Produced marketing materials for compounding, SCL, metabolic, and durable medical equipment services offered.
  • Advise customers on the selection of OTC medications, medical equipment, or health care supplies.
  • Scheduled member s delivery of Durable Medical Equipment orders and Infusion Therapy orders, etc.
  • Worked with other HHS divisions on geriatric services, including durable medical equipment and compounding.
  • Offered counseling for patients seeking advice on over the counter medications and durable medical equipment.
  • Advised customers on the selection and usage of durable medical equipment and diabetic testing supplies.
  • Advised customers on selection of medication brands, medical equipment, and health care supplies.
  • Delivered medication and medical equipment to 27 nurses' stations within St. Raphael's Hospital.
  • Worked to help increase profile of durable medical equipment and first aid supplies departments.
  • Authorize Medical Equipment & Supplies according Physician request and assigned to a Service Provider.
  • Advise patients on the selection of durable medical equipment and health care supplies.
  • Consult with physicians and patients; assist with medical equipment purchases.
  • Billed third party insurance companies for medications and Durable Medical Equipment.
  • Supplied and ordered durable medical equipment and home health care supplies.
  • Assisted patients in the purchase of non-prescription medications and medical equipment.

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45. Proper USE

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Here's how Proper USE is used in Pharmacist jobs:
  • Educated patients and their families regarding drug information/counseling proper use, storage/disposal and possible side effects of drug therapy.
  • Counseled patients on proper use of their medications showing empathy and compassion to establish a positive patient-provider relationship.
  • Managed medication therapy outcomes by educating patients and medical providers about adverse effects and proper use of medications.
  • Counseled patients on the instructions of prescriptions and over-the-counter medications and advocated proper use of medications.
  • Provided patient follow-up calls, education and prescription delivery to ensure proper use of medications.
  • Verified mail-order prescriptions for accuracy of medication and directions for proper use by veterans
  • Administered prescriptions to patients Advised customers on proper use of non-prescribed medications.
  • Counseled and advised patients regarding proper use of medications.
  • Counseled patients on proper use of over-the-counter medications.
  • Dispensed medication per physician orders, and counseled patients on proper use of OTC and herbal products, including OTC medicines.
  • Consulted with patients regarding the proper use and storage of prescription medications and made recommendations on over the counter medications.
  • Performed medication reviews on new prescriptions and counseled patients on proper use of medication under the supervision of a pharmacist.
  • Instruct patients in the proper use of prescribed drugs and conduct patient care rounds with physicians to evaluate patient progress.
  • Expanded patient consultations to include a more comprehensive focus on the proper use of medications to optimize their benefits.
  • Counseled patients on proper use of medications aw well as potential side effects or interactions with other medications.
  • Evaluated and dispensed prescriptions for patients while counseling on the proper use of their medications and related devices.
  • Counseled patients on proper use, indications and potential side effects of medications and conducted drug utilization reviews.
  • Interfaced with customers in receiving orders, answering technical questions and consulting on proper use of imaging products.
  • Instruct patients on proper use of prescription and over-the-counter medications, as well as other general issues.
  • Counseled patients on the proper use of medications, and to ensure that all questions are answered.

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46. ICU

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Here's how ICU is used in Pharmacist jobs:
  • Prepared and dispensed aseptic medications which included but not limited to antibiotics, chemotherapy, pediatric/NICU preparations and TPN preparation.
  • Coordinate and maintain communication with physicians in order to articulate medication issues and updates in timely and efficient manner.
  • Participate in various clinical and patient care activities daily with a particular focus on Infectious Diseases
  • Articulated own viewpoint ethically when dealing with co-workers and exhibited an appropriate level of assertiveness.
  • Ensured proper documentation is completed for all medications, with particular attention to controlled substances.
  • Manage inventory to accommodate supply and demand of that particular market.
  • Developed, analyzed and assessed software implementation curriculum and goals.
  • Performed various academic activities in curricular and extracurricular.
  • Restructured general ledgers to better track particular expenses.
  • Authored International Curriculum for bilingual Pharmacy Technical Course.
  • Volunteer - Howard University Hospital Multicultural Dept.
  • Worked in a variety of pharmacies throughout Connecticut, including high volume stores, some dispensing over 700 prescriptions daily.
  • Shadowed pharmacists in Heart Failure Clinic, ICU, ER, infusion center, and on the general medical floors.
  • Lead liaison pharmacist coordinating services for ICU / MICU, OB/ GYN, and Nursery / NICU nursing areas.
  • Drug Emporium had serious financial difficulties and just before they were closed I took a job at Rite Aid.
  • Provided pharmacy services for 270 bed hospital in areas of oncology, ICU, medical/surgical, pediatrics, cardiovascular.
  • Time management by working in some of the most difficult volume creating pharmacies in three different Walgreen's regions.
  • Designed, prepared, and delivered high impact curriculum and lectures on all aspects of the pharmacy industry.
  • Worked directly with the GI team of the hospital, and in the ICU/CCU satellite of the hospital.
  • Worked with the clinical pharmacist to oversee IV to PO conversions, heparin dosing for ICU patients.

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47. HIV

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Here's how HIV is used in Pharmacist jobs:
  • Gained proficiency in HIV medication regimens, treatment options, antibiotic prophylaxis, side effect management, and clinically useful monitoring.
  • Research Project: Implementation of a Hepatitis C collaborative drug therapy management service in an HIV ambulatory care clinic
  • Dispensed specialty medications including HIV, chemotherapy agents, and transplant medications.
  • Handled sensitive prescriptions from HIV medication to anti-psychotics.
  • Monitor patient on HIV therapy and provided appropriate Recommendation on drug interactions, Life style change and side effects monitoring.
  • Served as the lead on business development efforts and as the pharmacy's Certified Treatment Educator for HIV adherence strategies.
  • Collaborate with providers and educate patients in multiple pharmacies within specialty physicians' practices (HIV and hepatitis C).
  • Included in my learning experience was dispensing medication, writing assignments and shadowing a Pharmacist at the in-hospital HIV clinic
  • Reviewed HIV regimens to ensure medication adherence, decreased pill burden and viral suppression for all pharmacy patients.
  • Ensured that medication regimen followed guidelines for disease state, especially regarding hepatitis, cancer, and HIV.
  • Prepared and compounded liquid HIV preparations for pediatric HIV patients as per Physicians orders at Jacobi Medical Center.
  • Calculated and double-checked doses of total parental nutrition formulas for adults with infectious diseases including transplant, HIV/AIDS.
  • Focused on Oncology, IVIG, HIV, Hepatitis, Multiple Sclerosis and Immune Disease Medication Therapy Management.
  • Evaluated clinical laboratory values of HIV patients to identify the success or failure of ARV therapy;.
  • Performed rounding with medical team on Lymphoma consults, and care plan meetings in HIV/AIDS Malignancies Branch Clinic.CLERKSHIPS
  • Consulted with medical staff and monitored HIV patients with respect to compliance at Jacobi Medical Center.
  • Project: Prepared policy and procedures for HIV Treatment and Post-exposure Prophylaxis for Health Care Professionals.
  • Gained experience with specialty pharmacy and handling the medication needs of patients with HIV/AIDS and hepatitis.
  • Performed Supervising Pharmacist Duties; the pharmacies dispensed large quantities of HIV and related medications.
  • Managed drug regimen education/adherence of patients treated for HIV, hepatitis and solid organ transplant !

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48. Walgreens

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Here's how Walgreens is used in Pharmacist jobs:
  • Educated others on the use and maintenance of all medication administration and medication related equipment used by Walgreens.
  • Process prescriptions rapidly in a Walgreens pharmacy averaging 320 prescriptions daily.
  • Performed all pharmacist duties at various Walgreens stores in metropolitan Chicago
  • Collected and organized all patient-specific information needed to determine the suitability of patients for home care, accordance with Walgreens policies.
  • Mastered the use of Walgreens software, while performing Pharmacist duties, and managing various teams in affluent and diverse areas.
  • Worked as an intern, floater, staff, and manager in Oklahoma and Colorado during my career with Walgreens.
  • Managed the transition of Barnes Pharmacy (a retail/LTC independent Pharmacy) in Sterling, Colorado to Walgreens retail.
  • Provided senior management logical solutions and helped trouble shoot Medication error issues, in Walgreens Pharmacy, Marlborough, MA
  • Organized and facilitated ACPE accredited live CE sessions for New Mexico s Walgreens district pharmacists and technicians.
  • Override DUR rejects and prior authorizations, also customer service for Walgreens Health Initiative Members.
  • Assisted customers with obtaining prescriptions Provide Walgreens/AARP with information coverage, deductibles, and co-payments.
  • Learned the general responsibilities of a pharmacist practicing in the Walgreens Clinical Pharmacy Care Center.
  • Implemented of point of care testing training for New Mexico s Walgreens district pharmacists.
  • Provided pharmacist staff support at multiple Walgreens stores within same and surrounding districts.
  • Assisted in the collaboration of the Walgreens Diabetes Clinic and the YMCA.
  • Placed orders for our customers from the inventory on the Walgreens website.
  • Project OverviewIt is meant to assist the users who visit Walgreens store.
  • Promote Walgreens and health initiatives as pharmacy of choice to employees.
  • Enforced every Walgreens Manager's task with positive results from employees.
  • Changed to days for 4 months before leaving for Walgreens

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49. Disease Management

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Here's how Disease Management is used in Pharmacist jobs:
  • Examine clinical programs information to identify members for specific case management and/or disease management activities or interventions by utilizing established screening criteria
  • Provided patient-oriented comprehensive counseling and advice to patients and customers on medications, disease management, over-the-counter recommendations, and general.
  • Organized and presented educational seminars to the pharmacy on new drug products, safety and disease management
  • Specialized in drug utilization reviews, diabetes disease management, controlled substance processing and patient counseling
  • Counseled patients on effective medication therapy and appropriate disease management.
  • Provided wellness coaching that pertains to self-care chronic disease management in order to help reduce or eliminate high-risk behaviors.
  • Assisted in the development of clinical pharmacy programs and provided support for the pharmacy disease management programs.
  • Consulted with doctors about medication dosage, drug interactions, disease management and potential side effects.
  • Consult with physicians and patients with regard to medication dosage, drug interactions and disease management.
  • Performed disease management and DUR for AIDS patients/Diabetic patients and patients with Glaucoma and Hypertension.
  • Counseled patients on disease management, potential side effects, and contraindications with other medications.
  • Interact with physicians, patients and insurance providers to optimize patient disease management.
  • Consulted with physicians and patients about dosage, interactions, and disease management.
  • Prepare, and develop co-morbid disease management tools (modules).
  • Provide patients with information on health concerns and disease management.
  • Provide Clinical Coronary Artery Disease Management counseling, educating patients about cholesterol medication and conducting cholesterol screening utilizing the Cholestec machine.
  • Consult with physicians and patients regarding medication and disease management Accurately dispense and compound prescriptions, maintain accurate patient records.
  • Served as Team Coordinator, responsible for prescription authorization, retail formulary interchanges and disease management counseling.
  • Lecture to public groups on Asthma andDiabetes disease management.
  • Key Responsibilities: Counselling patients on prescription and over the counter medications as well as disease management.

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50. Internal Medicine

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Here's how Internal Medicine is used in Pharmacist jobs:
  • Completed ASHP-Accredited PGY1 Pharmacy Practice Residency and ASHP-Accredited PGY2 Internal Medicine Pharmacy Residency
  • Performed comprehensive medication reviews with patients in an Internal Medicine clinic.
  • Worked well in providing topic discussions on various internal medicine rotations.
  • Progressed of prescription drugs about internal medicine and urology
  • Promote clinical effectiveness and cost data calling on 180 targeted, high prescribing family practice, cardiology and internal medicine physicians.
  • Provided clinical pharmacy services in areas of internal medicine, pediatrics, intensive care units and other areas of the hospital.
  • Served as the primary Internal Medicine preceptor for two APPE students and provided experiential education, including teaching and student assessment.
  • Completed core rotations of Internal Medicine, Critical Care, Pediatric/Neonatal Intensive Care Unit and Pharmacy Administration.
  • Core Rotations: internal medicine, advanced internal medicine, critical care, cardiology, and management.
  • Engaged on internal medicine rounds as well as gave recommendations for the appropriate use of medications.
  • Performed patient rounds with Internal Medicine medical team.
  • Managed outpatient drug therapy in anticoagulation, diabetes, and internal medicine clinics during ambulatory care rotation.
  • Educated internal medicine residents regarding current and new pharmacologic agents.
  • Review prescriptions issued by internal medicine and infectious disease prescribers to assure accuracy and clinical appropriateness.

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20 Most Common Skill for a Pharmacist

Retail Pharmacy40.5%
Drug Therapy14.3%
Customer Service5.1%
Filling Prescriptions4.6%
IV4.4%
Drug-Drug Interactions4%
Patient Care3.1%
OTC2.8%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Pharmacist

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
Retail Pharmacy
Retail Pharmacy
32.6%
32.6%
2
2
Drug Therapy
Drug Therapy
11.5%
11.5%
3
3
Customer Service
Customer Service
4.2%
4.2%
4
4
Filling Prescriptions
Filling Prescriptions
3.7%
3.7%
5
5
IV
IV
3.5%
3.5%
6
6
Drug-Drug Interactions
Drug-Drug Interactions
3.3%
3.3%
7
7
Patient Care
Patient Care
2.5%
2.5%
8
8
OTC
OTC
2.2%
2.2%
9
9
Pharmd
Pharmd
2.2%
2.2%
10
10
Counsel Patients
Counsel Patients
2.1%
2.1%
11
11
Medication Orders
Medication Orders
1.8%
1.8%
12
12
Order Entry
Order Entry
1.6%
1.6%
13
13
Pharmacy Staff
Pharmacy Staff
1.4%
1.4%
14
14
Inventory Control
Inventory Control
1.3%
1.3%
15
15
New Patient Profiles
New Patient Profiles
1.3%
1.3%
16
16
TPN
TPN
1.2%
1.2%
17
17
Inventory Management
Inventory Management
1.1%
1.1%
18
18
Drug Inventory
Drug Inventory
1.1%
1.1%
19
19
Data Entry
Data Entry
1.1%
1.1%
20
20
RX
RX
1%
1%
21
21
Pyxis
Pyxis
0.9%
0.9%
22
22
Medication Therapy Management
Medication Therapy Management
0.9%
0.9%
23
23
Insurance Companies
Insurance Companies
0.9%
0.9%
24
24
Pharmaceutical Care
Pharmaceutical Care
0.9%
0.9%
25
25
High Volume
High Volume
0.8%
0.8%
26
26
Health Care
Health Care
0.8%
0.8%
27
27
Blood Pressure
Blood Pressure
0.8%
0.8%
28
28
Physician Orders
Physician Orders
0.8%
0.8%
29
29
Computer System
Computer System
0.8%
0.8%
30
30
RPH
RPH
0.8%
0.8%
31
31
Medication Reconciliation
Medication Reconciliation
0.7%
0.7%
32
32
Non-Prescription Medications
Non-Prescription Medications
0.7%
0.7%
33
33
State Regulations
State Regulations
0.7%
0.7%
34
34
Medication USE
Medication USE
0.7%
0.7%
35
35
Pharmacy Inventory
Pharmacy Inventory
0.6%
0.6%
36
36
Phone Calls
Phone Calls
0.6%
0.6%
37
37
Medical Staff
Medical Staff
0.6%
0.6%
38
38
CVS
CVS
0.6%
0.6%
39
39
Providers
Providers
0.6%
0.6%
40
40
Bcps
Bcps
0.5%
0.5%
41
41
Dispense Medications
Dispense Medications
0.5%
0.5%
42
42
Disease States
Disease States
0.5%
0.5%
43
43
Medicaid
Medicaid
0.5%
0.5%
44
44
Medical Equipment
Medical Equipment
0.5%
0.5%
45
45
Proper USE
Proper USE
0.5%
0.5%
46
46
ICU
ICU
0.5%
0.5%
47
47
HIV
HIV
0.5%
0.5%
48
48
Walgreens
Walgreens
0.4%
0.4%
49
49
Disease Management
Disease Management
0.4%
0.4%
50
50
Internal Medicine
Internal Medicine
0.4%
0.4%

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