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Top 50 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, 26.6% 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.

These Are The Most Important Skills For A Pharmacist

1. Retail Pharmacy
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Here's how Retail Pharmacy is used in Pharmacist jobs:
  • Performed all duties required for the daily operation of a retail pharmacy including advising physicians on medication interactions.
  • Performed pharmacist duties in a retail pharmacy which included dispensing compounded prescriptions and legend prescription drugs.
  • Performed and managed daily operations of a retail pharmacy.
  • Owned and operated an independent retail pharmacy.
  • Chain, Retail Pharmacy Filled customer prescription orders
  • Dispensed medications in a high-volume retail pharmacy.
  • Oversee daily retail pharmacy operations.
  • Processed and dispensed prescription orders for retail pharmacy that did over two thousand scripts per week.
  • Provided excellent patient care and customer service in a high volume retail pharmacy supermarket setting.
  • Retail pharmacy orders, receiving and processing of prescriptions, supervision of technician staff.
  • Perform the duties of pharmacist every other weekend for an independent retail pharmacy.
  • Worked directly with owner and controlled all aspects of the retail pharmacy.
  • Performed remote order entry of prescriptions into retail pharmacy data bases.
  • Supervised and trained technicians and interns in a retail pharmacy setting.
  • Worked in retail pharmacy at CVS Pharmacy, dispensing drugs.
  • Performed duties required for daily operations of a retail pharmacy.
  • Prepare and dispense prescriptions in a busy retail pharmacy.
  • Retail pharmacy, problem solving, patient education.
  • Retail pharmacy dispensing and patient counseling on prescription and over-the-counter medications as a "floating" pharmacist between several pharmacy locations.
  • Direct customer service Retail pharmacy produre Handling cash/credit transactions

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2. Drug Therapy
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Here's how Drug Therapy is used in Pharmacist jobs:
  • Reviewed existing treatment regimens and identified, prevented and resolved drug therapy problems including inappropriate/ineffective/unsafe therapy and/or issues related to compliance.
  • Analyze real and potential drug-related medical problems and implement corrective action to ensure that patients receive optimal drug therapy.
  • Maintained drug utilization review for each prescription for appropriateness of drug therapy.
  • Dispensed prescriptions and provided counseling on drug/non-drug therapy.
  • PROCESS MANAGEMENT: Provided advice on drug therapy and usage; counseled patients on proper drug use or consumption.
  • Evaluate drug therapy that has been ordered and determines if it is appropriate for the patient.
  • Worked closely with the medical team to make clinical recommendations for drug therapy.
  • Communicate with physicians and suggest alternate or modified drug therapy programs if needed.
  • Interact with physicians, nurses, and clinical pharmacists regarding drug therapy.
  • Review drug therapy, calculate drug dosages based on Body Surface Area.
  • Answer questions from nurses and doctors with respect to drug therapy.
  • Consulted with rounding practitioners on drug therapy and improving patient outcomes.
  • Recommend and evaluate drug therapy as requested by medical staff.
  • Consulted with physicians on drug therapy, dosing and price.
  • Counseled patients and consulted staff on drug therapy and usage.
  • Advised and consulted patients on health matters and drug therapy.
  • Advised nursed staff and medical staff about drug therapy.
  • Substituted choice of patient's drug therapy and dosage on formulary availability and renal function with hospital approved authority
  • Assist physicians with consults in regards to drug therapy.
  • Assumed responsibility of patient Coumadin maintenance at Coumadin clinic, encompassing all aspects of drug therapy, i.e.

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3. Customer Service
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Here's how Customer Service is used in Pharmacist jobs:
  • Serve as an informational and educational resource to staff and customer service representatives.
  • Provide exceptional customer service that includes additional information and education about medications.
  • Count pills label bottles inventory.customer service insurance kept pharmacy clean
  • Promote infusion admissions by providing excellent customer service.
  • Oversee front-office operations and provide impeccable customer service.
  • Assumed the responsibility of customer service liaison.
  • Maintain high level of customer service by being proactive in communicating with the borrowers and loan originators.
  • Provide outstanding customer service and serve as a liaison between patients and providers.
  • Specialized in great customer service, establishing long term relationships with patients.
  • Provided friendly customer service at prescription drop-off and pick-up counters.
  • Retrained staff to be proactive in customer service programs.
  • Provide customer service and resolve issues that arise.
  • Selected accomplishment: Promoted from internship role due to superior overall performance and commitment to customer service excellence.
  • Provide excellent customer service by assisting customers with medical-related issues and providing healthcare counseling.
  • Maintain highest levels of customer satisfaction at all times, and resolve any customer service issues
  • Provided patient assistance and excellent customer service at drop off and pick up stations.
  • Filled prescriptions, drive thru, answered phones, register, customer service etc
  • Provided great customer service, mailed flyers, cleaned shelves daily,
  • Assist the pharmacist with daily functions Provide customer service to clients
  • Provide Great Customer Service Check out and process returns Process and fill prescriptions Assist pharmacist in daily tasks.

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4. Filling Prescriptions
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Here's how Filling Prescriptions is used in Pharmacist jobs:
  • Worked and gained experience in a clinical environment filling prescriptions and counseling patients.
  • Exceed delivery expectation by accurately taking, reviewing and filling prescriptions.
  • Worked independently filling prescriptions and compounding
  • Job duties include: Assisting customers with their health care needs by filling prescriptions, answering questions, and recommending products.
  • Job description includes filling prescriptions and dispensing, counseling patients and taking inventories and retrieving physician's orders by telephone.
  • Assisted the pharmacist with filling prescriptions by counting, pouring, weighing, measuring, and mixing medications as necessary.
  • Developed system to increase efficiency while filling prescriptions and decrease wait times from 45 minutes to less than 15 minutes.
  • Provide a courteous and friendly source of medication knowledge for patients filling prescriptions in a fast-paced retail setting
  • Assisted pharmacist and Lead Pharmacy Technician in filling prescriptions, collaborative teamwork between the pharmacy and physicians.
  • Assisted Pharmacist in filing, filling prescriptions, ordering products, taking calls, and maintenance.
  • Ensured and enforced compliance with State and Federal Board of Pharmacy regulations in filling prescriptions.
  • Complete any unfinished work from the day shift including filling prescriptions and putting up stock.
  • Assisted pharmacy technicians in filling prescriptions & guiding other duties to make professional team environment.
  • Supervised four pharmacy technicians in filling prescriptions, packing, and shipping orders.
  • Performed all tasks for the pharmacy, including filling prescriptions.
  • Assisted in filling prescriptions for patients in the facility.
  • Managed Pharmacy tema in all aspects of pharmacy including filling prescriptions, patient counseling, compounding, and third-party billing.
  • Manage workflow * Filling prescriptions * Patient consultations
  • Assisted pharmacy techs with filling prescriptions Packaged medication Restocked and organized pharmacy
  • Staff Pharmacist filling prescriptions and Quality Assurance Counseling and Medication Therapy Management Providing Immunizations Managing Inventory

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5. IV
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Here's how IV is used in Pharmacist jobs:
  • Manage and monitor client satisfaction and recommend appropriate strategies, tactics, and operational initiatives to continuously enhance client satisfaction.
  • Provided pharmaceutical care through reviewing and evaluating individual drug orders for appropriateness, safety, and cost.
  • 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.
  • Supervised medication order delivery preparation and centralization for delivery loading to various assisted living facilities.
  • Contributed to the accomplishment of initiatives to improve the cost-effectiveness of drug therapy.
  • Saved money for patients whenever possible by proactively suggesting appropriate alternatives to practitioners.
  • Advised/assisted physicians with appropriate, cost effective medication selection and dosing.
  • Worked closely with patients to effectively educate them about possible side effects and potential adverse events of their current drug therapy.
  • Recognized for exceeding expectations, and achieved national rank and recognition for sales initiative, 4th overall.
  • Worked in collaboration with Pharmacist-in-charge (PIC) to oversee and run the pharmacy in day-to-day activities.
  • Served as an effective team leader and participated as an active member of the teams.
  • Assisted outpatient clients with all aspects, with requesting for and receiving all medications.
  • Delivered medications to each floor of the hospital by set times.
  • Help pharmacists when busy preparing batches to be delivered.
  • Prepared high volumes of physician-ordered TPNs and IVs for patients in LTC facilities as well as Anderson Island Penitentiary.
  • Cultivated and maintained loyal patient following as well as with prescribers resulting in a steady stream of business.
  • Prepared and dispensed time sensitive radiopharmaceuticals to doctors, hospitals and clinics in the Central Ohio area.
  • Verified prescriptions to ensure the order provided was ef-fective and safe for the patient's diagnosed condition.
  • Participated on team edu-cation goals relating to medications and thereby fostering interdepartmental coordination on pharmaceu-tical care initiatives.

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6. Drug-Drug Interactions
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Here's how Drug-Drug Interactions is used in Pharmacist jobs:
  • Reviewed prescriptions for drug-drug interactions, correct dosing and contacted physicians for clarifications.
  • Evaluate and clinically review prescriptions for drug-drug interactions and duplicate therapies.
  • 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.
  • Checked for dose appropriateness and drug-drug interactions using Clinical Pharmacology.
  • 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.
  • Review labs and chart notes to monitor appropriateness of therapy, drug-drug interactions, and drug-disease state interactions.
  • Assessed patients and infusion orders for appropriateness of therapy, drug-drug interactions, and other potentially adverse outcomes.
  • Scheduled procedures with the GI lab, and educated patients regarding medication, nutrition and drug-drug interactions.
  • Focused on Oncology drugs to ensure no drug-drug interactions occurred.
  • Checked drug-drug interactions for all patients.
  • Monitored medication therapy for contraindications, drug-drug interactions, drug-food interactions, drug-laboratory test interactions, allergies, and therapeutic duplications.
  • Contacted doctor's office when appropriate concerning drug-drug interactions, medication adherence, therapeutic duplications and inappropriate dosage issues.
  • Consult patients with drug-drug interactions, age verifications, alternatives medications, prior authorizations, and analyze maintenance medication.
  • Decentralized clinical monitoring of abx, pain control, renal function, drug-drug interactions, drug-disease state interactions.
  • Review patients' profile for drug-drug interactions, drug-disease interactions, therapeutic duplications, and drug dosage.
  • Verified prescriptions and counseled patients Evaluated medication doses and monitored patients for drug-drug interactions Maintained proper storage and security conditions of drugs
  • Provided answers to pharmacodynamic, pharmacokinetic, and drug-drug interactions inquiries arising during patient counseling.

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7. Pharmacy Technician
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Here's how Pharmacy Technician is used in Pharmacist jobs:
  • Developed and led training program for pharmacy technicians to assist with certification exam.
  • Supervised 25 Pharmacy Technicians and organization/accuracy of unit dose trays and carts.
  • Checked oral medications filled by pharmacy technicians.
  • Checked IV medications prepared by pharmacy technicians.
  • Supervised both pharmacy technicians and interns.
  • Help pharmacy technicians with patient pick-up
  • Supervised activities of pharmacy technicians.
  • Recruited and placed pharmacist & pharmacy technicians in hospitals and other clinical facilities on a contract basis within 4 states.
  • Hired and managed work team, training pharmacy technicians and clerks to excel in quality patient care and customer service.
  • Checked oral medications filled by pharmacy technicians before they were sent up to the floor for patients.
  • Assisted pharmacists and pharmacy technicians with processing, filling, dispensing, and transfer of prescriptions.
  • Awarded Honor Graduate for highest grades in graduating class in the METC Pharmacy Technician Program.
  • Oversee teams of Pharmacy Technicians and/or Pharmacists depending on location.
  • Check the work of the pharmacy technicians.
  • Managed 2-3 Pharmacy Technicians per shift.
  • Managed a team of pharmacy technicians who prepared intravenous solutions and filled orders.
  • Assisted pharmacy technicians with the filling and delivery of oral and parenteral medications.
  • Filled daily average of 130+ prescriptions Supervised 2 pharmacy technicians
  • Trained pharmacy technicians to maximize performance, and ensure all federal, state, and company guidelines were followed.
  • Filled daily average of 200+ prescriptions with a high percent of customers on Medicaid Managed 2 pharmacy technicians

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8. Patient Care
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Here's how Patient Care is used in Pharmacist jobs:
  • Enter Prescription details in Pharmacy Database and Compounding Dispensing prescribed medications, and other pharmaceuticals as needed for adequate patient care.
  • Volunteered for special projects/assignments from management to improve patient care by facilitating and expediting lag orders.
  • Provide prescribed medications / pharmaceuticals and proper counseling to ensure outstanding patient care and service.
  • Direct patient care provided by giving medication education to patients and their families including indication, adverse effects, and directions.
  • Collaborate on rounds with patient care team in order to answer medication information questions and enhance patient care.
  • Transport medications and deliver floor stock throughout all patient care areas on a recurrent and periodic schedule.
  • Documented daily notes regarding patient care, medicines dispensed, and incident reporting as needed.
  • Direct patient care by providing consultations for hormone preparations, as well as nutritional therapies.
  • Provide and improve the costumer service, patient care service, prescription filling and review.
  • Perform prescription orders filling, pharmaceutical patient care, MTM service and clinical consultation.
  • Attended team meetings to collaborate patient care with team members from all disciplines.
  • Observed aspects of long-term patient care Reviewed patient charts Prepared IV medications
  • Trained new and current employees to provide superior patient care.
  • Provided physicians with drug information and managed patient care with various healthcare professionals.
  • Provide consultations and patient counseling to Medicare part D patients Maintained clinical accounts for providing excellent customer service and patient care.
  • Provide patient care by working closely with other providers and through utilization of QS1, EPIC, and Asteres programs.
  • Batched IV piggybacks, delivered medication to nursing stations and patient care areas, thawed and labeled premixed medications for dispensing
  • Delivered compassionate and high quality patient care as Pharmacist for Eckerd Drugs (1998-2000).
  • Worked closely with Pharmacy Care Representatives (PCRs) in providing excellent patient care.
  • Review and follow up to the patient pharmacotherapy according pharmacist patient care.

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9. OTC
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Here's how OTC is used in Pharmacist jobs:
  • Recommended OTC products and referred patients to emergency services as necessary.
  • Counseled patients on their medications and recommended OTC medications.
  • Counseled patients on medications and OTC items effectively.
  • Counseled patients on prescriptions, OTC, and health related items, processed third party claims and compounded medications when necessary.
  • Counseled Patients on administering new therapy, side effects, monitoring parameters, and assisted customers with OTC recommendations.
  • Fielded questions regarding OTC and prescription medications, dispensed prescriptions, procured supplies, and managed inventory.
  • Demonstrated leadership by volunteering to provide all counseling and OTC recommendations during all times.
  • Counseled patients on use of OTC medications in combination with prescription medications.
  • Provide patient consultation on OTC products and answer medication related questions.
  • Helped patients with prescription pickups and maintained inventory of OTC medications.
  • Provide information and make recommendations about OTC drugs.
  • Added varieties of products to the OTC sections.
  • Dispensed prescription and on-the-counter (OTC) drugs.
  • Counseled patients on prescription and OTC medications.
  • Guide customers with OTC purchases and prescriptions.
  • Maintained inventory of prescription and OTC items.
  • Assisted customers on OTC product selection.
  • Processed and dispensed prescriptions averaging 250 plus prescriptions Counseled patients on prescription and OTC medication.
  • Dispensed and counseled patients on using their medications Gave recommendations on OTC self treatment and refer to the doctor when needed.
  • Administered immunizations Recommended and counseled patients on OTC products Calculated pediatric medication dosing

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10. 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.
  • Assisted Ora Baker, PharmD and technicians with data entry and filling prescriptions.
  • Assist in training PharmD candidates the art of compounding.
  • Shadowed Diane Bell (PharmD, Pharmacy Manager).
  • Program Director: A. Shaun Rowe, PharmD, BCPS
  • Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation Baltimore, Maryland Preceptor: Captain James Bresette, PharmD Duration: 5 weeks
  • Discharge Counseling Interventions PGY-1 Residency Research Project Preceptor: Andrea Roberson, PharmD & Lance Tillett, PharmD, MS
  • Staff position: IV Room Residency Director: Amanda Prusch, PharmD, BCPS
  • Silver Rod -Pharmacy Preceptor: Michael Petratos, PharmD, BCPS, MBA.
  • Assisted with several second and third PharmD students drug information-related labs.
  • Program Director: Barbara Faircloth, PharmD, BCPS
  • March 2009 Internal Medicine Sarah Berriman, PharmD
  • Program Director: Nicole Gann, PharmD
  • Program Director: Alan H. Mutnick, PharmD, FASHP TEACHING EXPERIENCE
  • Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experiences Tabernacle Family Physicians Preceptor: Hemandri Patel, PharmD
  • ASHP-Accredited PGY1 Residency Residency Program Director: Lindsey Eitniear, PharmD, BCPS, AAHIVP
  • Program Director: Frank Paloucek, PharmD Participate in on call learning experience.
  • Program Director: Malarvizhi Narayanan, PharmD, BCPS
  • Precepted by: Director, Clinical Program Development, Rachel O'koren, PharmD.

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11. Counsel Patients
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Here's how Counsel Patients is used in Pharmacist jobs:
  • Consult with veterinarians and counsel patients concerning compounded prescriptions and alternate therapies
  • Provide drug information and counsel patients regarding medication interactions and usage.
  • Verify prescriptions, counsel patients on prescription and OTC items as well as verifying compounds which are made by certified technicians.
  • Consult with physicians and counsel patients with drug dosage, interactions and potential side effects of prescriptions and OTC medications.
  • Dispense and counsel patients on RX and OTC medication according to federal, state and CVS guidelines.
  • Interpret and dispense prescription orders and counsel patients on prescription and non- prescription needs
  • Verify 100+ prescriptions per shift (including C2 drugs) and counsel patients.
  • Fill prescriptions and counsel patients Transmit claims to Third Party plans.
  • Receive and process new prescriptions and refill authorizations and counsel patients.
  • Check for harmful interactions and counsel patients on proper use.
  • Fill prescriptions, maintain inventory, counsel patients.
  • Filled prescriptions and counsel patients.
  • Consult with physicians regarding potential drug interactions and patient compliance Counsel patients on proper utilization of prescription and OTC medications.
  • Fill prescriptions and counsel patients as needed Manage the day to day operation of the pharmacy
  • Market, administer, and counsel patients on flu, pneumococcal and shingles vaccinations.
  • Drug utilization reviews, dispense, and counsel patients Supervised pharmacy staff Inventory management of Rx and OTC drugs/supplies
  • Processed prescriptions and monitor drug interactions Consult with physicians and routinely counsel patients Ran day to day operations at pharmacy HOFFMAN-LaROCHE
  • Dispense prescriptions Communicate with healthcare providers and counsel patients Work with technicians and interns to develop their on-the-job skills Inventory control activities
  • Check prescriptions Verify proper medication for accurate packaging Take prescription messages Counsel patients over the phone Contact doctors regarding drug interactions
  • Verified prescriptions Administer Immunizations Performed MTMs Counsel patients about their medications Performed daily pharmacist task

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12. Medication Orders
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Here's how Medication Orders is used in Pharmacist jobs:
  • Evaluate physician medication orders for appropriateness of drug, dosage, potential interactions and renal functioning.
  • Verified and processed bubble pack medication orders, ensuring accuracy and quality.
  • Operated the automated pharmacy carousel system in order to fill medication orders.
  • Compounded specific and anticipated medication orders for pick up or delivery.
  • Interpreted and evaluated validity and safety of medication orders and prescriptions.
  • Provided pharmacists with excellent and reliable support in preparing medication orders.
  • Review medication orders and evaluate appropriateness and completeness of orders.
  • Receive and process compounding medication orders.
  • Communicated with physicians on medication orders, alternative therapies, and third party reimbursement issues.
  • Reviewed and processed medication orders to be dispensed under the supervision of a pharmacist.
  • Worked on medication orders and checked them for accuracy and for appropriate medical use.
  • Reviewed and verified medication orders completed by the support staff for accuracy.
  • Screened medication orders for accuracy, interactions and drug allergies.
  • Performed final check on all new oral medication orders.
  • Review and adjust medication orders per renal dosing protocol.
  • Entered and filled medication orders, checked for drug interactions and dosing appropriateness.
  • Calculate and compound specialized dosage medication orders via IV clean room.
  • Double check medication orders before they are filled and Dispensed.
  • Review and interpret medication orders for accuracy and therapy appropriateness based on pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic principles.
  • Worked in the Spitalul Clinic de Boli Infectioase i Pneumoftiziologie hospital pharmacy filling medication orders.

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13. Order Entry
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Here's how Order Entry is used in Pharmacist jobs:
  • Managed order entry and prescription verification for both inpatient and outpatient pharmacies.
  • Assisted with inpatient order entry and prescription verification.
  • Managed order entry and prescription verification.
  • General inpatient pharmacy duties Including order entry, clinical monitoring, and providing drug information to RN's and MD's.
  • Work with Computerized Physician Order Entry team on pharmacy training documentation and provided training support to pharmacy staff.
  • Complete daily pharmacy tasks such as order entry, dispensing, and compounding IV chemotherapy agents
  • Created an alternate name table for ease of drug selection during order entry process.
  • Followed hospital protocol for protection of password access and response to order entry system.
  • Experience with special packaging, order entry and preparation of emergency kits.
  • Performed prescription order entry as well as sterile compounding.
  • Maintained knowledge of computer based order entry program CHCS.
  • Performed order entry and verification of medication orders while monitoring factors including drug interactions, therapeutic duplications and renal dose adjustments.
  • Worked closely with pharmacy staff to ensure order entry, inventory and prescription verifications.
  • Managed order entry and prescription verification Provided clinical support to physicians and nurses.
  • Experience with TPN order entry/verification and Pyxis automated dispensing cabinet operation.
  • Perform order entry of new admissions into Cerner software, verify orders, monitoring drug therapy and perform discharge counseling
  • Order entry and dispensing medication while working with Nurses and physicians Clinical monitoring on iv Antibiotics and TPN
  • Perform order entry and physician order validation in the Cerner pharmacy system.
  • staff pharmacist- order entry, verify rx, patient counseling, OBRA reviews, inventory control
  • Order entry Communication with medical staff Pharmacokinetics and anticoagulation monitoring IV admixtures

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14. 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.
  • 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.
  • Assisted the pharmacy staff in organizing and itemizing medications.
  • Oversee the pharmacy staff and all paper work related to the pharmacy, override interactions and implement appropriate procedures for interactions.
  • Act as technical resource for Pharmacy staff and external clients in the extraction, processing and analysis of data.
  • Oversee the pharmacy staff and all paperwork related to the pharmacy under the supervision of a licensed pharmacist.
  • Applied leadership skills and best management practices in supervising the outpatient pharmacy staff while conducting inventory control.
  • Drafted and revised, as needed, the working schedules for the pharmacy staff.
  • Conduct in-service educational programs for professional and direct care staff and pharmacy staff.
  • Assisted other pharmacy staff with drug inventory, purchasing, and receiving.
  • Directed and organized the pharmacy staff in filling and dispensing medications.
  • Provided education for pharmacy staff members and nurses.
  • Created work schedules for pharmacy staff.
  • Trained and supervised pharmacy staff members.
  • Authorized duties performed by pharmacy staff.
  • Communicate policy and procedure changes, system enhancements and clinical updates to all pharmacy staff.
  • Educated nurses and Pharmacy staff on software updates for Pyxis.
  • Provided inservices to pharmacy staff and other healthcare professionals.
  • Increased star rating by 10% in one year Filled daily average of 200+ prescriptions Managed 2 pharmacy staff and an intern

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15. Health Care
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Here's how Health Care is used in Pharmacist jobs:
  • Assisted physicians with identification of appropriate drug regiments, and support educational efforts targeting health care professionals and patients.
  • Evaluate drug interactions/contraindications and dosing accuracy, communicate efficiently with health care providers, provide individual counseling.
  • Provided pharmacological information by answering questions and requests of health care professionals; and counseling patients on drug therapies.
  • Discussed medication dosages, drug interactions, disease state management and possible side effects with health care professionals.
  • Researched a variety of pharmaceutical problems and corresponded results to patients, or other health care provider.
  • Interact with various doctor offices/clinics, medical insurance companies, and health care professionals on daily basis.
  • Provided required monthly drug utilization reports for skilled nursing facility patients to the health care providers.
  • Collaborated with other health care professionals to plan, monitor and/or review drug regimens.
  • Inputted resultant information into the Electronic Health Care system in a SOAP note format.
  • Collaborate with physicians and other health care workers to provide medication to patients.
  • Advise and recommend drug therapy modification to nursing staffs and health care providers.
  • Communicate and interact with health care providers better serve our patient.
  • Retrieve and respond to health care provider and patient telephone calls.
  • Provide medication consultation to other health care providers and patients.
  • Provide drug consultation to patients and health care providers.
  • Oversee all pharmacy and administrative services for this fast-paced multi-disciplined medical center offering out-patient and ambulatory health care services.
  • Communicated with physicians, nurses, NPs, and support staff along with patients to ensure optimal health care and prescription administration
  • Administer immunizations and preform health care screenings including cholesterol checks and BMIs for the company's insurance holders.
  • Intervened and counseled patients, health care professionals and consumers at a 24-hour hotline regarding over dosages.
  • Attended various meeting that included other health care providers, about improving outcomes and drug utilization.

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16. Inventory Control
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Here's how Inventory Control is used in Pharmacist jobs:
  • Maintained Inventory Control, Administered immunizations, Counseled Patients, consulted with nurses and physicians concerning patient care
  • General prescription dispensation, patient consultation, and inventory control.
  • Maintained proper inventory control and compliant with all record keeping
  • Supervised inventory control of all pharmaceuticals in the pharmacy.
  • Inventory control, building clientele and increasing profitability.
  • Purchased pharmaceuticals while maintaining effective inventory control.
  • Performed pharmaceutical inventory control functions.
  • Maintained Inventory Control, Counseled Patients, consulted with nurses and physicians concerning patient care, IV Calculations, Emergency/Contingency kit orders
  • Executed monthly action plans to maximize inventory control, engage staff to provide excellent customer service, and increase prescription volume.
  • INVENTORY MANAGEMENT: Ensured proper storage of all pharmaceuticals and supplies and oversaw every aspect of inventory control.
  • Inventory control including ordering, pricing, and returning of expired or rarely used stock.
  • Maintain detailed inventory control, and ensure compliance with all established policies and procedures.
  • Work at inventory control and ordering.
  • Assist in cash and inventory control.
  • Inventory control of the store.
  • Inventory Control for Pharmacy Assisted customers with orders and product information as well as inventory.
  • Clarify drug therapy with prescriber, inventory control, supervise technicians, and counsel patients.
  • practice as well as hospital outpatient prescriptions from Jersey City Medical Center Participated in inventory control and daily drug purchasing
  • Fill night and refill prescriptions Prepare pharmacy for next morning operations Inventory control and days supply management
  • Inventory control management, billing processing, prescription filling ect... Drug procurement Supervising other pharmacy workers

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Here's how Patient Profiles is used in Pharmacist jobs:
  • Reviewed patient profiles for drug interactions and duplicate therapy.
  • Maintained records, such as pharmacy files, patient profiles, inventories, or registries of poisons.
  • Maintained records, such as pharmacy files, patient profiles, inventories, and controlled substance logs.
  • Acted as a dependable relief pharmacist who managed patient profiles based upon clinical protocols and assessments.
  • Counseled / updated patient profiles, therapeutic drug monitoring, collaborated with health teams.
  • Establish or maintain patient profiles, including lists of medications taken by individual patients.
  • Completed new and updated patient profiles, including lists of patient medications.
  • Entered new patient profiles and prescriptions into medication input software system.
  • Monitored patient profiles for drug interactions, allergies and drug compliance.
  • Enter new patient profiles and prescriptions into the QS software system.
  • Review patient profiles for drug related concerns or questions.
  • Perform daily DUE and MTM with patient profiles.
  • Maintained patient profiles, received, and verified electronically submitted prescriptions from healthcare providers.
  • Utilized patient profiles to identify clinically sig-nificant drug allergies and interactions.
  • Maintain records, such as pharmacy files, patient profiles, charge system files, inventories.
  • Maintain records, patient profiles, inventories, records for narcotics, controlled drugs and pseudoephedrine.
  • Screened patient profiles for drug interactions, allergies and order duplications.
  • Reviewed Order Entry, DURs, patient profiles.
  • Job Profile: Establish and maintain patient profiles Maintaining inventories of medications Maintaining prescription records Updating Supplies into Data base
  • Review Physician Chemotherapy orders Order entry IV compounding Review patient profiles Patient Counseling Home infusions

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  • Order changes to TPN and necessary labs based on data collected from MDATA, LastWord, and patient's paper chart.
  • Prepared and disbursed IV/infusion, TPN, and chemotherapeutic medications, compounding ointments and creams, and prepackaged bulk medications.
  • Verify filled prescriptions including specialty compounds, IV solutions, TPN, OTC and various medical supplies.
  • Supervised the preparation of TPN's, Chemotherapy, antibiotics, etc.
  • Maintained charts for antibiotic, TPN, hydration, and pain management
  • Prepared and disbursed IV/infusion, TPN, and chemotherapeutic agents.
  • Process Infusion therapy, TPN therapy for patients at home.
  • Serviced inpatients in all areas including IV admixtures and TPN.
  • Compound sterile IV products, including occasional TPN preparation.
  • Checked TPN orders for accuracy before they were prepared.
  • Monitor and manage TPN orders on daily basis.
  • Initiate TPN for patients and interpret Lab.
  • Review of charts, lab results for assigned patients receiving specialized, complex infusion therapy, TPN care and/or specialty pharmacotherapy.
  • Use sterile technique to prepare, label, store, and dispense all special IV admixtures and TPN doses.
  • Review and monitor parenteral nutrition orders (TPN/PPN).
  • Manage IVs, TPNs, PCA pumps for patients at SNF and Hospice hospitals.
  • Reviewed, entered, prepared, and checked iv, po, tpn, and chemo for hospital.
  • Provided clinical services for TPN, Coumadin, kinetics, Heparin and chemotherapy.
  • Filled orders for IVPBs and TPNs.
  • Prepare TPN, IVS, Parenteral Antineoplastic agents, Parenterlal and Parenterlal antibiotics.

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19. Medical Records
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  • Evaluated physician medication orders and medical records for appropriateness of drug dosage, potential interactions, route of administration and stability.
  • Resolved errors by resubmitting corrected or unacknowledged claims, medical records, appeals and other documentation required for timely payments.
  • Maintain confidential medical records, and perform routine audits for scheduled medication inventory.
  • Filled prescriptions, organized patient medical records, handled and resolved customer issues, helped clinicians in the patient care process.
  • Examine source documents such as prescriptions, orders and patient medical records to validate and document all audit findings.
  • Build Complete Medical Records, provide 1 hour of counseling, and follow-up with patient and doctors.
  • Helped in triage of inmates, ordered and dispensed medication for inmates, and maintained medical records.
  • Conducted medication histories for high risk patients and documented them in the electronic medical records.
  • Worked with paper charts and transitioned to electronic medical records with Care 360.
  • Handled confidential information, medical records, order entry, and customer service.
  • Assist in maintaining and updating patient electronic medical records (EMR).
  • Provide patient medical records as requested, while following HIPAA standards
  • Documented each counseling session in patients' medical records.
  • Update and establish patient profiles and Medical records.
  • Reviewed patients electronic medical records and evaluated the appropriateness of each medication.
  • Input information and updated patient electronic medical records Maintained client confidentiality
  • Experience using Pyxis dispensing machines and electronic medical records.
  • Prepared medical records for client appointments, filed reciepts for prescription drug and vaccine orders with the appropriate funding organization.
  • Used Enterprise Rx pharmacy software and IKnowMed Medical Records system and filled ~ 150 Rx/day retail and IV clinical.
  • Organized medical records; interviewed pharmacist; assist patients within the hospital PHARMACY PRACTICE EXPERIENCE (IPPE)

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20. Pharmacy Operations
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  • Skilled in all aspects of preparation of medication and pharmacy operations.
  • Managed and maintained Pharmacy operations while providing quality Pharmacy care.
  • Developed a strong compounding segment in pharmacy operations.
  • Observed inpatient pharmacy operations and medication preparations.
  • Supported all pharmacy operations by processing prescription orders, releasing new prescriptions and adding new patient information to the database.
  • Work under the direction of the Pharmacist to assist in pharmacy operations by supporting the patients.
  • Perform all aspects of pharmacy operations including order entry, verification, dispensing, etc.
  • Invited to give lectures on jail pharmacy operations for students at University of Washington.
  • Trained Pharmacy Operations medical and home infusion teams to process requests using the macro.
  • Involved as part of a team for pharmacy operations.
  • Manage pharmacy operations, hiring and supervising staff.
  • Managed pharmacy operations filling 250 prescriptions per day.
  • Manage Pharmacy operations on day to day basis.
  • Performed day to day pharmacy operations.
  • Oversee staff and pharmacy operations.
  • Manage pharmacy operations, hiring or supervising staff, performing administrative duties, or buying or selling non-pharmaceutical merchandise.
  • Managed pharmacy operations, hiring and supervising staff, performing administrative duties.
  • Dispense prescriptions, control inventories, answer questions, and facilitate overall pharmacy operations.
  • Direct workflow of Pharmacy Operations.
  • Communicate formulary set up issues to the V.P of Pharmacy Operations.

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21. Inventory Management
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  • Coordinate day-to-day pharmacy operations, prescription renewal, orders intake, inventory management and routine pharmacy duties.
  • Use of unique computer programs designed for compounding, inventory management and business report generation.
  • Improved drug-inventory management system to reduce waste and eliminate back orders.
  • Increased profit margins by improving drug-inventory management and negotiating wholesaler contracts.
  • Implemented company policies for controlled medication ordering and inventory management.
  • Improved inventory management by scheduling replenishment routines and checklists.
  • Improved drug inventory management and effective cost reduction.
  • Inventory management included medication orders and stocking medications.
  • Order and receive narcotics with inventory management.
  • Carry out inventory management manually.
  • Maintain stock by ensuring all inventory management policies & procedures are followed.
  • Inventory management of drugs, medication storage areas and department related supplies.
  • Completed accurate cycle counts, inventory management and will-calls for customers.
  • computerized pharmacy management, and latest inventory management techniques.
  • Helped with inventory management to include outdates.
  • Process insurance claims and drug inventory management .
  • Staff hiring and scheduling, inventory management, administrative duties for the pharmacy operation.
  • Retail management with high volume dispensing and inventory management - Insurance claim adjudication & formulary management
  • Assumed intricate compounding responsibilities Adhered to strict quality assurance standards Assumed responsibility for inventory management
  • Processed prescriptions via computer software (PDX) Counseled patients on new and home medications Inventory management Pharmacy technician scheduling/supervising

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22. Data Entry
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  • Maintain error free medication disbursement through accurate data entry and detailed oversight of other pharmacists.
  • Verified prescription information correctly entered by data entry personnel before forwarding to dispensing department.
  • 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.
  • Practice appropriate drug utilization review and follow up, coding (data entry) and checking orders.
  • Provided quality service and standards for data entry in processing health and drug benefits.
  • Verify data entry of all prescriptions entered into the pharmacy system by pharmacy technicians.
  • Performed data entry, typing of prescriptions, and skillful usage of QS1 software.
  • Simplified quality control forms to reduce data entry errors and paper wastes.
  • Processed data entry and verified new prescriptions.
  • Worked on data entry of medicines.
  • Perform data entry of customer prescriptions.
  • Worked in the fastest pharmacy in Norman did over 1000 rxs per day data entry, filled prescriptions and inventory control
  • Trained pharmacists and technicians on proper workflow, computer data entry, daily tasks, and HIPPA protocol.
  • Register medical orders Data entry and invoicing in systems AS400 and Medics.
  • Completed drug utilization reviews Clarified therapeutic discrepancies with physicians Ensured accurate data entry and product dispensing
  • Process Medication Production Worker Data Entry/Customer Service
  • Benefit of health coordination Data entry using MS Office (Excel, Powerpoint, Word, Outlook)
  • Inspect drug inventory for expiration dates Package and load medicines into robot Restock medications Paperwork and computer data entry
  • Determined insurance eligibility Utilized computer software system Reached daily account goals Data entry

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23. Pharmacy Services
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  • Developed and instituted a decentralized pharmacy services model targeting pharmacist interventions on the nursing floor with patient education and discharge planning.
  • Implemented pharmacy services as the responsible pharmacist at Senior Horizons, a freestanding psychiatric hospital affiliated with Paradise Valley Hospital.
  • Developed and implemented pharmacy services through Kmart Pharmacy; developed nationally distributed company monthly newsletter, Kmart Pharmacists Care.
  • Completed one-year ASHP-accredited residency program in inpatient pharmacy practice with special emphasis on clinical pharmacy services.
  • Provide full out-patient pharmacy services, analyzing, dispensing and logging ethical and controlled medications.
  • Provided community pharmacy services from an independent pharmacy within a clinic in a rural community.
  • Displayed patient-oriented and comprehensive clinical pharmacy services and pharmaceutical care.
  • Provided patient-oriented and comprehensive pharmacy services and pharmaceutical care.
  • Received Special Commendation for contributions to pharmacy services.
  • Staff pharmacist contracted to work at Partners Pharmacy of Richmond, VA that provides pharmacy services to long term care facilities.
  • Provided pharmacy services for 270 bed hospital in areas of oncology, ICU, medical/surgical, pediatrics, cardiovascular.
  • Enhanced the quality and variety of pharmacy services by involving stakeholders in various stages of development.
  • Provided pharmacy services to inmates such as fulfilling prescription orders and refill requests.
  • Provided pharmacy services to a rural community in Utah.
  • Ensured pharmacy services were provided in timely manner.
  • Assisted pharmacy manager and store manager with implementation of health fairs and promotion of pharmacy services to community healthcare providers.
  • Provide a prompt, friendly and safe interaction for patients and healthcare professionals needing pharmacy services and dispensed medication.
  • Assisted pharmacy services staff members with answering phones, triaging calls, filing and other administrative support activities.
  • Assisted in the provision of pharmacy services, including dispensation of investigational drugs, toxicology screening tests.
  • Provide pharmacy services for client community pharmacies Services included prescription verification, patient counseling And other retail related pharmacist responsibilities

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24. RX
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  • Floated to high volume pharmacies (600-800 Rx per day) as one of the selected pharmacists across Bergen Country region.
  • Played an integral part in guiding Chem Rx to becoming one of the largest pharmacies in the country.
  • Used RX2000 computer system which involves separate data entry, scanning, filling and quality assurance operations.
  • Review Rx for correct indication, dosing, clinical appropriateness and per BEERS criteria.
  • Work as staff pharmacist in a retail pharmacy filling, 2300 Rx/week
  • Negotiated cost of the product and availability with various RX manufactures.
  • Train pharmacy technicians to become proficient with the Rx computer systems.
  • Prepare and dispense Rx and monitor control of compliance measures.
  • Partner with multiple RX suppliers on strategic business plans.
  • Handle return of outdated Rx and OTC items.
  • Counseled consumers on Rx and OTC products.
  • Worked PRN for Dallas clients from 1999-2002, after sale of Rx Associates.
  • Job duties: medication verification, consultations, drug recommendations, filling Rxs, calling doctors' offices, customer service
  • Lower medication costs to hospice agencies by providing formulary consultation to nurses and doctors at time of Rx ordering.
  • Worked mainly at Woody's Drug Store in West Mifflin and Flex-Rx Mail Order Pharmacy in Quality Assurance.
  • Utilized industry-standard NexgenRx software when processing drug claims for beneficiaries of health benefit plans.
  • Maintained pharmacy inventory including drugs and supplies using Rx Aim and OV ordering.
  • involved in specialty pharmacy and all compounding for 150-200 RX's daily.
  • Contract pharmacist for Alixa Rx which supplies medications to long term care facilities in California, using Framework and Citrix.
  • Counseled patients on use of Rx and Otc meds.

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25. Pyxis
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  • Supervised/checked preparations of intravenous medications, entered and checked physicians orders for clinics, inpatients, pyxis.
  • Managed medication therapy of admitted patients Oversight of Pyxis system maintenance Review of emergency department orders
  • Checked medication carts and maintained pyxis narcotic and stock medications.
  • Provide continuous training to nursing staff in areas such as improving medication administration, policy and procedures, Pyxis and clinical updates
  • Complete monthly unit inspections in the clinic area, as well as quarterly pyxis inventory out-date checks.
  • Maintained inventory levels in Pyxis systems throughout the hospital including the ER and OR.
  • Maintained and ordered all Pyxis products for South Miami Hospital.
  • Fill Pyxis carts on various inpatient wards according to protocol.
  • Restock controlled substances into the Hospital Pyxis machines.
  • Performed patient chart reviews, warfarin monitoring, TPN calculations, checked Pyxis medication refills to include scheduled substances.
  • Guided through 7 successful JCAHO surveys, installed and trained staff ( including physicians) Pyxis Anesthesia.
  • Maintain and troubleshoot pharmacy technology applications: Dose Edge, Pyxis ES, and Talyst Carousel.
  • Granted Automated Dispensing System (ASDS-Pyxis) /Meditech access and privileges.
  • Manage daily pharmacy processes through PYXIS, Talyst and Autopack systems.
  • Compound and check IVs *Check Pyxis stations on daily basis.
  • Labor & Delivery, ER, Bariatric QS1, PYXIS, ACCUDOSE
  • Manage order verification, medication dispensing, and emergency box replenishments along with Pyxis replenishments.
  • Expanded clinical skills by preparing TPNs, IVs, and piggybacks, kinetically dosing antibiotics, and utilizing Pyxis Medstation machine.
  • Participated in supply management and Talyst Labeled and stored medications as well as delivered medication to patients Replenished Pyxis supply stations
  • Fill Pyxis Machines Do OB boxes and crash carts Deliver Meds @ certain times

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26. Medication Therapy Management
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  • Provide medication therapy management and over-the-counter recommendations.
  • Conducted medication therapy management reviews to patients' drug regimens and recommended solutions based on evidence- based medicine to their physicians.
  • Conduct drug utilization review, Medication Therapy Management counseling sessions, and Comprehensive Medication Review.
  • Perform medication therapy management for patients, and medication therapy suggestions to Physicians.
  • Ensured consistent implementation of quality assurance and medication therapy management programs.
  • Conduct formal and informal Medication Therapy Management and suggest therapy changes.
  • Conduct medication therapy management to improve patient compliance.
  • Perform medication therapy management with reimbursement through OutcomesMTM.
  • Participate in Medication Therapy Management Program.
  • Recommended appropriate clinical programs such as immunization, MTM (Medication Therapy Management) and DCS (Diabetes Care Specialist).
  • Complete medication therapy management (MTM) services with MirixaPro and Outcomes software.
  • Practiced the best patient care through patient counseling and medication therapy management.
  • Recommended appropriate clinical programs such as MTM (Medication Therapy Management).
  • Provided Medication Therapy Management (MTM) through Outcomes.
  • Conducted Medication Therapy Management Services (MTMS).
  • Provided assistance to improve design of medication therapy management program Contributed to project aimed to increase pediatric immunizations
  • Provided medication therapy management to patients using Outcomes and Mirixa.
  • dispense medication, counseling, medication therapy management, immunization.
  • Drafted a SOAP note following a Medication Therapy Management session !
  • Charged with directing and overseeing Medication Therapy Management Services via Outcomes and Mirixa.

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  • Developed extensive network of patients, physicians, pharmaceutical professionals and insurance companies that aided in revenue growth and visibility.
  • Communicate with physicians, patients, and insurance companies regarding approvals and suitability of prescriptions.
  • Communicated regularly with physicians, nurses, insurance companies and managed care organizations.
  • Communicated effectively with insurance companies handling all third party rejects.
  • Communicate with insurance companies efficiently assisting customer's needs.
  • Handled point of sale interactions with a focus on growing positive relationships with customers, medical professionals and insurance companies.
  • Direct work flow, educate patients, solve problems, interface with insurance companies and physicians.
  • Focus is on quality not quantity when contacting patients, physicians, and insurance companies.
  • Answered and placed outbound calls to patients, insurance companies, and doctors' offices.
  • Assist company auditors locate hard copy prescriptions and proof of delivery for insurance companies.
  • Resolve issues with insurance companies such as prior authorizations and other rejection claims.
  • Interacted with physicians, insurance companies, and patients ensuring safe prescription usage.
  • Communicated daily with patients, physicians, nurses and insurance companies.
  • Interacted with physicians' offices, insurance companies on regular basis.
  • Processed third party claims to receive funds from insurance companies.
  • Interacted and partnered with physician offices and insurance companies.
  • Contacted insurance companies to secure prior authorization on non-formulary drugs.
  • Assisted in streamlining communications with all patients, insurance companies, pharmacists, nurses, labs and other healthcare-related parties.
  • Fill medications and call insurance companies within a set time to better the customer's time spent in the pharmacy.
  • Identified cost effective alternatives and worked with insurance companies, providers, and patients to save healthcare dollars.

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28. Pharmaceutical Care
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  • Utilized cutting edge technologies and equipment in the provision of pharmaceutical care and delivery of custom compounded prescriptions.
  • Provision of excellent, reliable pharmaceutical care to general surgery, neurosurgery and urological surgery inpatients.
  • Consult with other specialty practitioners to provide optimal patient pharmaceutical care.
  • Provided all aspects of pharmaceutical care to emergency department patients
  • Provide pharmaceutical care to optimize therapies.
  • Provided excellent daily pharmaceutical care 2.
  • Provided clinical ward visits to one medical/oncology ward and an elderly care ward and provided pharmaceutical care of the patients.
  • Provide pharmaceutical care to patients and perform with the health team drug interventions to promote and facilitate healthy lifestyles.
  • Assisted with implementation of policies and procedures necessary for monitoring pharmaceutical care and to assure compliance with JCAHO.
  • Anticipate and deliver pharmaceutical care, coordinating between Services to meet the patient/customer needs and Network goals.
  • Provide customer focused pharmaceutical care and oversee the dispensing, processing and recording of prescriptions.
  • Participate in pharmaceutical care as a member of the patient care team.
  • Provide pharmaceutical care by counseling on appropriate drug use.
  • Provided pharmaceutical care in accordance with the pharmacy oath.
  • Implemented the corporate promotional activities Provided pharmaceutical care to customers by counseling on prescription and OTC medications.
  • Provided proficient pharmaceutical care to inpatients and ambulatory care patients.
  • Provide the most cost-effective pharmaceutical care by consulting insurance carriers, and also by providing MTMs for patients.
  • Provided pharmaceutical care to long term care residents of Skilled Nursing Facilities serviced by Omnicare of Tennessee.
  • Provided pharmaceutical care to post-operative patients especially in the areas of orthopedics, colon rectal, bariatric, and urology.
  • Review Clinical Charts to monitor Gentamicin, Vancomycin and Warfarin Therapy to ensure optimal pharmaceutical care is provided to inmates.

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29. High Volume
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  • Performed visual verification to insure accuracy and federal/state regulation compliance within a high volume mail order pharmacy.
  • Recognized for ability to manage a high volume of patient accounts, and train/manage a large staff of technicians and interns.
  • Assist in modifying work flow to improve pharmacy performance and customer satisfaction in a high volume pharmacy.
  • Learn to respond effectively to multiple costumer requests in a high volume, high service environment.
  • Processed prescriptions at high volume pharmacy (average of 700 scripts per day).
  • Processed up to 500 prescriptions on high volume days with 100% accuracy.
  • Screened, verified, and filled a high volume of prescriptions daily.
  • Recognized for ability to manage a high volume of patient accounts.
  • Utilized multitasking skills to manage the high volume of calls received.
  • Filled all prescriptions in a high volume pharmacy.
  • Administered to a high volume of calls.
  • Experience working in high volume stores.
  • Perform quality control checks on the automated high volume filler for prescriptions running on Windows XP workstation clients and Citrix servers.
  • Staff pharmacist filling RX's and compounds for high volume pharmacy-600/ day Consultation and normal pharmacist duties including all third party billing
  • Worked very closely with technicians and robots in dealing with a high volume of prescriptions averaging between 800-1000 a day.
  • Dispense prescriptions, supervise pharmacy technicians and staff and interact with Health care professionals in a high volume pharmacy setting.
  • Entered high volume of electronic orders Managed the controlled cage with 100% DEA regulation.
  • Monitor prescription filling and review drug utilizations in a high volume store.
  • Worked at high volume store 8046 in Howell, MI Opened new 24 hour store 5610 in Grand Rapids, MI
  • Processed and verified prescriptions in a high volume environment (800-1100 prescriptions a day); .

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30. Blood Pressure
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  • 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.
  • Monitored, investigated, and reported adverse drug events related to insulin, blood pressure, and heart rate medication.
  • 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.
  • Perform blood pressure, cholesterol and diabetes screening with appropriate counseling and referral to appropriate care provider.
  • Conducted health screenings for Medicare patients including glucose checks, cholesterol screening and blood pressure monitoring.
  • Counseled patients on blood pressure, cholesterol, and diabetes screening programs according to government regulations.
  • Educated patients on correct use of medical devices such as blood pressure monitors and glucose meters.
  • Conduct health testing including Cholesterol, A1C, BMI, blood pressure and glucose.
  • Help with public events such as Diabetic screening and blood pressure check.
  • Assisted patients in monitoring blood pressure and interpreting blood glucose readings.
  • Conduct blood glucose, cholesterol and blood pressure health test screenings.
  • Provide cholesterol, diabetes, and blood pressure testing.
  • Conducted blood pressure screenings and counseled patients on hypertension.
  • Conducted diabetic foot exams and blood pressure measurements.
  • Promote and provide blood pressure screening.
  • Perform routine healthcare screenings (Blood pressure/Cholesterol/Blood glucose/Body Composition).

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31. Physician Orders
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  • Order entry, DUR, prepares medications by reviewing and interpreting physician orders; detecting therapeutic incompatibilities.
  • Read and interpreted physician orders and ensured accurate dispensing.
  • Reviewed physician orders for accuracy and patient specific appropriateness.
  • Verified and filled physician orders and patient medication cassettes.
  • Prepare medications by reviewing and interpreting physician orders.
  • Generate diagnostic iodine-131 capsules for physician orders.
  • Dispensed patient prescriptions according to physician orders.
  • Coordinated data entry of physician orders.
  • Reviewed and interpreted physician orders.
  • Review, process and check physician orders for multiple drug to drug interactions and make recommendation when needed.
  • Enter physician orders and maintain accurate patient records, dosing information and directions of use.
  • Process, approve and make standard recommendations in response to physician orders using facility systems.
  • Receive, process, and evaluate Physician Orders for customers/ patients.
  • Recommended therapy changes, matching physician orders.
  • Filled and dispensed physician orders.
  • Interpret and process physician orders.
  • Provided clinical and drug distribution pharmaceutical services in acute care community hospital setting Evaluated physician orders for dose and accuracy.
  • Reviewed physician orders to assure accuracy and appropriateness and documented physician interventions as required.
  • Provide computer data for Physician Orders and Medication Administration Records for the different assisted living=s and group homes.
  • Assembled and packaged drugs following physician orders Answered questions and assisted customers Stocked and assisted in maintenance of pharmaceuticals and supplies

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32. Computer System
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  • Perform minor maintenance and trouble shooting of all computer systems and associated peripheral equipment.
  • Analyzed data from various computer systems to improve supply management system functionality.
  • Enter medication orders/prescriptions into the pharmacy computer system.
  • Possessed a working knowledge of pharmacy computer systems such as Composite Health Care System (CHCS) and PharmAssist.
  • Exposed to rural practice * Filled and labeled prescriptions * Observed computer system integration * Performed inventory (restocked)
  • Gained extensive knowledge in several pharmacy computer systems during assignments at Target, Costco, and Wal-Mart.
  • Screen clinic prescriptions and or action profiles prior to entry into RPMS or EHS computer systems.
  • Adapted quickly to a variety of computer systems across a range of pharmacy practice settings.
  • Submit Medicare Part D claims via computer system, and review and post received payments.
  • Traveled in the district and surrounding districts to train new stores on the new computer system
  • Assisted in maintenance and trouble shooting for main pharmacy computer system, IBM AS400.
  • Use of unique computer systems designed for the billing and processing of commercial medications.
  • Filled prescriptions and completed orders using the PDX and other computer systems.
  • Provide training for employees on use of the mail order computer system.
  • Function at an expert level with computer system for data entry.
  • Controlled and re-ordered product stocks using the pharmacy computer system.
  • Entered orders into the computer system and dispensed medications per order Answered drug information questions
  • Prioritized and organized workflow so pharmacy automation and computer system operated effectively and efficiently.
  • Maintain working knowledge of the computer system (i.e.
  • Entered prescriptions into computer system Counseled patients Checked Prescriptions

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  • Shadowed pharmacist attending patient with Morphine overdose in emergency.
  • Work the RPH and TDCR queues which require attention to detail and problem solving skills.
  • Compounded all oral liquids, topical creams and oral morphine compounds.
  • 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.
  • Lead Rph for Drug Utilization Review, CII team, and Clinical Department.
  • Served as a part-time RPh in a small independent drugstore chain
  • Worked as both a staff Rph and pharmacy dept.
  • Mentor: Dr. Thomas Towers, RPh.
  • Satellite RPh Verification of medication computer entry.
  • Interview patients on medication and provide warfarin counseling Senior Home Preceptor: Lynn McGuire, RPh.
  • Revised BJC Home Care marketing tactics to increase recruitment of RNs and RPhs
  • Investigate adverse drug reactions of morphine, midazolam, warfarin.
  • Resume of Robert Vincent RPh, 'd
  • Verified accuracy and sterility in prepared sterile pharmaceuticals including baclofen for injection, morphine for injection, and Trimix for injection.
  • Answered drug queries Segreti Pharmacy, Oak Park, IL Community Pharmacy- Preceptor, Kenneth Bertini, RPh.
  • Reference: Mahesh Patel, RPh, CEO Contact: 675-325-9044
  • DOT, radiopharmaceutical QC, P.E.T, kit preparation, dose drawing Preceptor : Chris Southwick, RPh.
  • have rph verified order and present to patient.work with insurance billing,process prior auth's and TARS .
  • Home-Based Primary Care visits, Geriatric Clinic Rosina Stamati, RPh, MPA, CGP, BCPS

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34. Medication Reconciliation
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  • Supervised medication reconciliation technicians by reviewing their completed list of prior to admission medications and addressing any discrepancies with physicians.
  • Implemented medication reconciliation program for hospital resulting in a significant decrease in medication errors on admission.
  • Order entry or verification, medication reconciliation, and clarification of ambiguous orders as needed.
  • Documented patient consultations, refills, and medication reconciliations with electronic medical record systems.
  • Provide immunization services, patient counseling services, and conduction of medication reconciliation.
  • Conducted medication reconciliations upon hospital admission to determine most accurate list of medications.
  • Ease transition from inpatient to long-term care by providing accurate medication reconciliation.
  • Helped complete medication reconciliation for selected patients in the hospital.
  • Conduct medication reconciliation for patients that come into the facility.
  • Enter and verify hospital admission sets and medication reconciliations.
  • Conduct medication reconciliation to reduce errors prior to dispensing.
  • Review home medication reconciliation information with patient.
  • Completed medication reconciliation as necessary.
  • Performed medication reconciliation upon discharge.
  • Provide temporary staffing coverage in various roles: retail, managed care, medication reconciliation, long term care
  • Drug information assistance to nurses and clinicians as well as patient bedside teaching and medication reconciliation.
  • Participated in medication reconciliation, warfarin counseling, patient discussions, and sterile compounding.
  • Conducted medication reconciliation- STAAR [State action on avoidable hospital readmissions] initiative.
  • Conceptualized and conducted an investigational review- board-approved study comparing medication reconciliation conducted by a pharmacist versus other healthcare providers and personnel.
  • Collaborated with care transitions team to perform medication reconciliation for Bayhealth Medical Center patients upon discharge.

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35. Non-Prescription Medications
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  • 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.
  • Identify and reduce the amount of patients incorrectly taking prescription and non-prescription medications.
  • Counseled patients on prescription and non-prescription medications and answered patients' question.
  • Counseled patients on prescription and non-prescription medications, including medical supplies.
  • Acquired and maintained inventory of prescription and non-prescription medications.
  • Advised customers regarding use of prescription and non-prescription medications.
  • Processed prescriptions, counseled patients on 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
  • 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 public on prescription and non-prescription medications, as well as all other Pharmacist-related duties.
  • Counseled patients on the appropriate use of prescription and non-prescription medications.
  • Compound and dispense prescription and non-prescription medications to Public Health patients.
  • Modernized computer skill prescription reading capabilities Provided standardized counseling for more than 100 patients daily regarding prescriptions and non-prescription medications.
  • Processed prescriptions rapidly in a community pharmacy averaging 900 prescriptions daily Counseled public on prescription and non-prescription medications
  • managed control substances inventory counseled public on prescription and non-prescription medications
  • Provide general healthcare advice, preventative healthcare services, and prescription and non-prescription medications to the public.

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36. Federal Regulations
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  • Analyzed pharmacy claims data alongside pharmacy dispensing records to verify compliance with State and Federal Regulations.
  • Controlled inventory including C2 medications with strict adherence to state/federal regulations.
  • Maintained Pharmacy perpetual inventory in accordance to state and federal regulations.
  • Conducted periodic inventory audits to comply with company and federal regulations.
  • Recommended safe therapy changes while following state and federal regulations.
  • Remain knowledgeable of and adhere to all state and federal regulations governing receiving, safeguarding, and issuing of controlled drugs.
  • Manage inventory to ensure proper stocking and disposal of medications to reduce waste while staying compliant with health and federal regulations.
  • Administer State programs and ensure that the department of pharmacy operates within the restraints of all State and Federal regulations.
  • Ensured the accuracy and appropriateness of all prescriptions filled according to State Board of Pharmacy and Federal Regulations.
  • Keep up with state and federal regulations and drug information updates including recalls.
  • Ensured compliance with federal regulations for receiving, safeguarding and issuing controlled drugs.
  • Reviewed and filled prescriptions in accordance with the State and Federal regulations.
  • Maintain a system for pharmacy compliance with all local and federal regulations.
  • Ensured legal compliance with state and federal regulations and laws.
  • Maintain Pharmacy compliance with all state and federal regulations.
  • Followed Loss Prevention procedures, State and Federal regulations.
  • Initiated investigation and issued Federal regulations designating Cylert, and other drugs, as controlled substances.
  • Dispense medications according to Professional standards, States and federal regulations.
  • Provided per diem staffing of facilities that require immediate coverage while complying with company, state and federal regulations for dispensation.
  • Immunize certified Ensure accurate prescription dispensing Patient education Medication management Compliance with state and federal regulations

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37. 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.
  • 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.
  • Educate patients, caregivers, medical staff and other professional regarding appropriate medication use.
  • Conducted medication use evaluations and therapeutic research in pediatric populations.
  • Educated patients on their medication use, warnings, storage and possible side effects of all dispensed medications.
  • Coordinate Medication Use Evaluation for narrow therapeutic index and/or high- ?cost medications.
  • Monitored patients for allergies and adverse events related to medication use.
  • Review patient drug profile for appropriate medication use.
  • Counseled patients on medication use.
  • Received, entered and dispensed prescriptions; contacted prescribers regarding drug interactions and dosing; counseled on appropriate medication use.
  • Provide patient education and follow-up to insure appropriate medication use and therapy compliance.
  • Counseled patients on proper medication use; administered vaccines, reviewed and dispensed medications
  • Involved in medication use evaluations & investigational medicinal research in pediatric populations.
  • Provide drug information and consultations over the phone to nurses and prescribers about proper medication use, storage, and disposal.
  • Identify and resolve health care issues concerning poly pharmacy and improper medication use by contacting prescribers and patients.
  • Counseled patients on proper medication use to ensure safety and patient compliance.
  • Communicated with healthcare professionals regarding appropriate medication use * Communicated with all customers and staff in a professional and pleasant manner
  • Collected information from patients regarding past and current medication use to prevent drug interactions.
  • Collaborated closely with doctors and other healthcare professionals to plan and review medication use and improve patient outcomes.

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38. Pharmacy Department
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  • Represented clinical pharmacy department in team meetings including senior medical directors, case managers, and practice coordinators.
  • Foster collaborative interaction with staff in pharmacy departments at assigned medical centers and hospitals in South East Florida.
  • Demonstrated ability to set priorities, work independently and cooperatively with others within and outside the pharmacy department.
  • Managed the Pharmacy Department of a Federally Qualified Community Health Center.
  • Purchased pharmaceutical drugs for the pharmacy department and outpatient chemotherapy clinic.
  • Managed Pharmacy Department and supervised staff of Pharmacy Technicians.
  • Maintain appropriate security of the Pharmacy department.
  • Make recommendations concerning management of pharmacy department.
  • Ordered inventory, and to build the pharmacy department up to the up-to-date FDA standards of the United States of America.
  • Managed the entire store, including the pharmacy department, and was knowledgeable in all aspects of prescription drugs.
  • Trained and supervised 6-12 Pharmacy Technicians, prepared schedules, and served as customer service manager for pharmacy department.
  • Maintained the Pharmacy department by refilling Pharmacy supplies, cleaning and straightening the area, emptying trash.
  • Supervised the daily operations of the medical office pharmacy department consisting of 7 Pharmacists and 19 Technicians.
  • Deliver medicine from pharmacy department to nursing stations for patients.
  • Managed day to day pharmacy department, scheduling, staffing.
  • Oversee all day to day operations of pharmacy department.
  • Maintain a clean and efficient Pharmacy department.
  • Close all delinquent pharmacy departments inquire reports in a timely manner.
  • Transport medication from pharmacy department through out hospital & clinic.
  • Presented drug class review on cephalosporins with focus on ceftaroline to ID physician and the pharmacy department.

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39. 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.
  • Coordinate and maintain pharmacy inventory to ensure appropriate levels of medication stock.
  • Managed pharmacy inventory and coordinated supply of requisitions made to various units.
  • Managed pharmacy inventory through proper medication ordering, returns and inter-store transfers.
  • Maintain pharmacy inventory by checking pharmaceutical stock to determine inventory level.
  • Managed pharmacy inventory, stock of prescription and over-the-counter medications
  • Assisted management in store operations and ordered/controlled pharmacy inventory.
  • Maintain and manage pharmacy inventory and product ordering
  • Maintained pharmacy inventory and documentation.
  • Review and maintain pharmacy inventory.
  • Manage pharmacy inventory and budget.
  • Manage a pharmacy inventory of $100,000, ordering all supplies and medications and upholding maintenance of all drug contracts.
  • Maintained records for controlled substance and removed outdated and damaged drugs from the pharmacy inventory.
  • Manage pharmacy inventory and order new stock as needed.
  • Organized, outdated, and restocked pharmacy inventory.
  • Optimized prescription preparation by assisting pharmacy technicians Managed and replenished pharmacy inventory
  • Managed pharmacy inventory and trained new pharmacists on pharmacy operations, policies, and procedures.
  • Manage the pharmacy inventory ADVANCED PHARMACY PRACTICE EXPERIENCE
  • Filled prescriptions Verified technicians' orders Handled refill requests Ordered drugs Handled insurance issues Oversaw pharmacy inventory Operated cash register

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40. Phone Calls
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Here's how Phone Calls is used in Pharmacist jobs:
  • Fill prescriptions, answer telephone calls for new telephone orders and medication related issues, and perform patient consultations.
  • Responded phone calls from doctors and nurses to take prescription orders as well as verify prescriptions.
  • Answered and made phone calls consistent with assigned duties in accordance with physicians or insurers.
  • Answered telephone calls, performed doctor follow-ups and clarifications from LTCF and ALF orders.
  • Greeted patients at the pharmacy front desk and answering all incoming phone calls
  • Worked with faxing and screening phone calls from medical and pharmaceutical facilities.
  • Handled diverse arena of phone calls with prompt and accurate answers/action needed.
  • Answer phone calls from patients, doctors, and other pharmacists.
  • Answered phone calls from patients and providers regarding pharmaceutical care.
  • Screened phone calls and answered physician's inquiries.
  • Followed up with patients via telephone calls.
  • Take and make phone calls.
  • Answered patients concerns and questions regarding OTC medications Made phone calls to doctors regarding refills, prior approvals and drug interactions.
  • Busy retail pharmacy, heavy telephone calls and frequent use of Spanish language with patients.
  • Manage phone calls and Vocera calls from support staff, nurses, and physicians.
  • Fast Start - Received inbound phone calls from both participants and prescribers.
  • Answered customer telephone calls promptly and in an appropriate manner.
  • Communicate with customers regarding purchases Organize patient files Answer telephone calls regarding prescriptions
  • Filled prescriptions Answered phone calls Worked as cashier to checkout medications and other medical supplies
  • Type prescriptions - Answer phone calls - Call insurance company and fix any discrepancies.

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41. CVS
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  • Used my people skills and personality to make and maintain helpful work relationships to benefit the success of the CVS chain.
  • Worked with a partner to organize and schedule pharmacist days off and vacations for 123 CVS stores.
  • Assist in the design of several new CVS pharmacy locations in the New York/New Jersey area.
  • Oversee the formalized training and certification process for CVS pharmacy technicians program for the district.
  • Helped CVS out with the transition of Arbor Drugs in Detroit, Michigan.
  • Provided technical support for members and pharmacies for CVS website.
  • REASON FOR LEAVING: Stand-alone SAV-ON pharmacies sold to CVS/pharmacy
  • Staff Pharmacist at busiest CVS in the area.
  • Trained pharmacists and technicians for CVS.
  • Name: - CVS Mail Order Project (HIX) - Wrote TSD and supported project during the SDLC process.
  • Create schedules for CVS stores.
  • Entered new patient profiles and prescriptions into CVS's RXconnect software system to safely and accurately dispense medication.
  • Trained new pharmacy students while assisting several CT CVS stores.
  • Experience April 2011-present, CVS Pharmacy retail staff pharmacist.
  • Instructed employees on CVS policies and procedures.
  • Traveled along gulf coast from Pensacola to Destin to help CVS staff stores when they needed help for pharmacist coverage.
  • Assisted in the integration of Revco retail pharmacy chains to CVS/pharmacy in the NY tri-state area.
  • worked for 3 years until sold to cvs
  • Received faxed prescription request for CVS Caremark and Silverscript Part D plan members from Medhok Database.
  • worked as a staff pharmacist at cvs pharmacy in woburn mass.

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42. Dispense Medications
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Here's how Dispense Medications is used in Pharmacist jobs:
  • Prepare and dispense medications per physician orders for residents of an assisted living facility.
  • Dispense medications; provide counseling; finish transaction with optimum pharmacy customer services.
  • Verify orders for accuracy and appropriateness and dispense medications.
  • Performed technical processes required to dispense medications to patients.
  • Compound and dispense medications using appropriate standards and procedures.
  • Dispense medications and evaluate patient compliance.
  • Order, receive, maintain inventory and dispense medications for the Idaho Army National guard in both wartime and in peacetime.
  • Verify new and refill prescription orders, prepare and dispense medications in compliance with regulatory standards, and ensure proper dosage.
  • Dispense medications in accordance with federal, state and local laws.
  • Compound and dispense medications as prescribed by doctors and dentists.
  • Prepare, enter, and dispense medications.
  • Enter and process prescriptions and dispense medications.
  • Prepare and dispense medications and IVs.
  • Dispense medications, counsel patients.
  • Dispense medications for the patients.
  • Manage pharmacy work flow and dispense medications Provide patient consultation on prescription and OTC medications
  • Prepare and dispense medications to incarcerated population pursuant to physican orders.
  • Job Description: Verify and dispense medications according to written prescription with 100% accuracy and efficiency.
  • Review prescriptions issued by physicians, or other authorized prescribers; process prescriptions and dispense medications.
  • Dispense medications, supervise pharmacy technicians, consult with prescribers, give intramuscular injections of long acting antipsychotics.

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43. Bcps
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  • Mar 11 Adult Medicine Preceptor: Emily Warren, PharmD, BCPS
  • Program Director: Kerri Degenkolb, PharmD, BCPS
  • Program Director: Richard Arndt, PharmD, BCPS
  • Drug Information Preceptor(s): Rachelle Simon, Pharm.D., BCPS
  • Program Director: Patricia Tumbush, R.Ph., BCPS
  • Program Director: Mike Melroy, Pharm.D., 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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44. Disease States
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Here's how Disease States is used in Pharmacist jobs:
  • Perform clinical activities such as patient specific management of various disease states and medication utilization reviews.
  • Counseled and monitored patients with complex disease states on proper administration of high dollar specialty medications.
  • Recommend appropriate over-the-counter medications to patients for various 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.
  • Provided specific education to customers concerning disease states and medications, advice and treatment of common ailments.
  • Dispensed prescriptions in a timely, efficient manner and counseled patients on their medications and disease states.
  • Participated in daily topic discussions revolving around the endocrine system and disease states related to it.
  • Educate nursing, pharmacy, and medical staff with regards to chemotherapeutic agents and disease states.
  • Provided pharmacy services for the homeless population in the walk-in clinic and helped manage chronic disease states
  • Provided patient care for up to 300 people daily of all ages and disease states.
  • Counseled patients on disease states, medication usage and expectations upon discharge.
  • Noted drugs or classes of drugs contraindicated in specific disease states.
  • Educated patients on their disease states and their therapy goals.
  • Verify prescription orders for patients within variable disease states.
  • Presented weekly on disease states requiring TPN
  • Worked one on one with patients to manage anticoagulation, diabetes, hepatitis C, and other complex disease states.
  • Provide training in age specific dosing, routes of administration, complex disease states and multi-disciplinary teamwork.
  • Consulted with interdisciplinary care team on regimens, drug interactions and comorbid disease states.
  • Demonstrate knowledge of disease states by passing examinations in the upper 10 percentile.

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45. Medicaid
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Here's how Medicaid is used in Pharmacist jobs:
  • Perform review of pharmacy and override process in compliance with pharmaceutical related company and state Medicaid guidelines.
  • Researched and resolved pharmacy related issues/discrepancies between Louisiana Medicaid recipients and pharmacists.
  • Educated Louisiana's Medicaid physicians and pharmacies regarding proper billing procedures.
  • Provided pharmacists/Medicaid recipients with information regarding their enrollment plan and benefits.
  • Developed compliance guidelines for Medicaid and HMSA prescription processing.
  • Conducted a Medicare/Medicaid Seminar at Greensboro Assisted Living Facility.
  • Developed expert knowledge of Medicare and Medicaid billing policies.
  • Manage inquiries regarding patient pharmacy benefits and claim questions regarding the use of secondary insurance typically Medicare and Medicaid part D.
  • Covered overnight/early morning shift, managing Pharmacy Technician and working with diverse customer base including Medicaid and ER patients.
  • Provided patient counseling and care as a Certified Florida State Medicaid Medication Therapy Management (MTM) provider.
  • Fielded and resolved help desk Pharmacy calls in order to assist Medicaid recipients, doctors and pharmacists.
  • Act as a pharmacy resource for Medicaid providers as well as other divisions within DMA.
  • Submit claims to applicable payers, including Medicare, Medi-Cal/Medicaid, private insurance and patients.
  • Handled various Insurance Companies, Medicare, and Medicaid coverage.
  • Perform state-wide desk and on-site audits of Medicaid pharmacy claims.
  • Fill prescriptions for Medicare and Medicaid patients.
  • Performed insurance verifications such as medicaid, medicare, workers comp, and private insurances.
  • Maintained current Title XIX for Medicaid and supply and equipment orders for private insurance.
  • Coordinated insurance billing for Third Party Companies including commercial PBMs, Medicare and Medicaid.
  • Sign them up fo Medicaid Accomplishments I learn alot about differnt meds and companies.. had a promotion.

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46. 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.
  • Produced marketing materials for compounding, SCL, metabolic, and durable medical equipment services offered.
  • Learned about different hospital pharmacy medical equipment and had hands on lessons on how they work.
  • 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.
  • Advised customers on selection of medication brands, medical equipment, and health care supplies.
  • Offered counseling for patients seeking advice on over the counter medications and durable medical equipment.
  • 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.
  • Assisted patients in the purchase of non-prescription medications and medical equipment.
  • Advise patients on medication, medical equipment, and supplies.
  • Improved patient controlled outcomes with instruction on better use of medications and medical equipment in underserved areas.
  • Retail sales duties include customer relations, sale of medical equipments, cashiering and phones.
  • Advised customers on the selection of medication brands, medical equipment, or healthcare supplies.
  • Advise patients on medication brands, or other medical equipment or healthcare supplies.
  • Advised customers on OTC products, medical equipment and healthcare supplies.
  • Advised patients about durable medical equipment and home healthcare supplies.
  • Compound medications under sterile conditions Advise customers on the selection of medication brands, medical equipment, and healthcare supplies.
  • Full Time) Independent Pharmacy specializing in durable medical equipment, hospice and nursing home services.

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47. Proper USE
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  • 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
  • Dispensed medication per physician orders, and counseled patients on proper use of OTC and herbal products, including OTC medicines.
  • Performed medication reviews on new prescriptions and counseled patients on proper use of medication under the supervision of a pharmacist.
  • Evaluated and dispensed prescriptions for patients while counseling on the proper use of their medications and related devices.
  • Preserved and managed the 340B Prime Vendor Program and federal contract to ensure accuracy and proper use.
  • Counseled patients on the proper use of medications, and to ensure that all questions are answered.
  • Consulted with patients regarding the proper use of medication to ensure safety and avoid overdose.
  • Counseled 200+ patients per day on the proper use and storage of medications.
  • Train nurses and physicians on proper use of EPIC as needed.
  • Educate patients on proper use of new medications at discharge.
  • Educated patients in the proper use of various meters.
  • Educated patients on the proper use of their medications.
  • Counseled patients on proper use and storage.
  • Consult with patients by conveying pertinent drug information on proper use, side effects, and potential interactions.
  • Educate diabetic about importance of glucose monitoring and proper use of glucometers and other testing devices.
  • Communicate with patients on a daily basis to assure proper use and compliancy of medications.
  • Counseled patients on the proper use of manufactured and non sterile prescriptions.
  • Serviced inpatients in the Anticoagulation Clinic including educating patients on proper use of warfarin and enoxaparin.

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48. ICU
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  • Coordinate and maintain communication with physicians in order to articulate medication issues and updates in timely and efficient manner.
  • Restructured general ledgers to better track particular expenses.
  • Performed various academic activities in curricular and extracurricular.
  • Completed therapeutic assessments and wrote daily patient care progress notes during the intensive care unit (ICU) and medicine rotations.
  • Drug Emporium had serious financial difficulties and just before they were closed I took a job at Rite Aid.
  • Worked closely with providers to increase access to drugs that may be otherwise difficult for patients to receive.
  • Offer and implement solutions for bridging the gaps in medication adherence for patients on difficult regimens.
  • Provided staffing services to the IV room, centralized unit dose area and ICU satellite.
  • Provided recommendations on medication dosing for the ICU, Medical unit, and ambulatory clinics.
  • Interpreted between patient families and ICU doctors in discussions regarding the patient health condition.
  • Assessed and monitored the suitable treatment and therapy for patients with particular health conditions.
  • Design and teach the curriculum, coach students, perform student evaluation of progress.
  • Identify and articulate problems to management, steering committees and/or project sponsors.
  • Created a detailed training agenda, streamlined process, and curriculum.
  • Prepare all kind of drips for ICU/ER.
  • Gained clinical experience in the following areas of practice: ICU, CCU, OR, ED, pharmacokinetics.
  • Ensured quality of compounded IV medications by checking for appropriate color, volume, and particulates.
  • Calculated the necessary quantities of drugs needed to accurately make various IV NICU medications.
  • Worked in ICU/NICU Lebohneur children hospital for about 2 years.
  • Acted as pharmacist trainer in the ICU lab at Ibn Al nafees Hospital.

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49. Hiv
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  • 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
  • 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.
  • Calculated and double-checked doses of total parental nutrition formulas for adults with infectious diseases including transplant, HIV/AIDS.
  • Prepared and compounded liquid HIV preparations for pediatric HIV patients as per Physicians orders at Jacobi Medical Center.
  • Consulted with medical staff and monitored HIV patients with respect to compliance at Jacobi Medical Center.
  • Managed drug regimen education/adherence of patients treated for HIV, hepatitis and solid organ transplant !
  • Mastered HIV clinical subject matter, and demonstrated proficiency through the University of Buffalo.
  • Provided consultation on therapy management of patient with HIV and other disease states
  • Assessed HIV medication adherence and reviewed lab results in an outpatient clinic.
  • Project lead in coordination of staff training for archival database.
  • Managed Texas HIV Medication program (ADAP) application process for clinic and pharmacy that significantly reduced costs to hospital.
  • Counseled patients taking HIV meds on side effects and recommend medication changes under a collaborative agreement with physicians.
  • Assigned stores included Walgreens HIV Specialty, 340B and compounding pharmacies; volumes ranged from 300-500 daily prescriptions.
  • Pill-boxed meds for HIV & elderly patients.
  • Covered shifts when needed Performed the duties of a pharmacist in a closed door pharmacy environment Concentrated on HIV therapy
  • Specialized in counseling patients on Clozaril medication therapies, HIV/AIDS drug management, psychiatric medications and diabetes control.
  • Manage a independent pharmacy specializing in HIV drugs Build and manage relationships with customers in the community
  • RESEARCH Participated in research for investigational HIV medication (delavirdine) in Phase III trials.

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50. Walgreens
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  • Educated others on the use and maintenance of all medication administration and medication related equipment used by Walgreens.
  • Collected and organized all patient-specific information needed to determine the suitability of patients for home care, accordance with Walgreens policies.
  • Intern Walgreens Superior, WI Months of Experience: 8 Rx filling, dispensing, and verification duties.
  • Learned the general responsibilities of a pharmacist practicing in the Walgreens Clinical Pharmacy Care Center.
  • Assisted customers with obtaining prescriptions Provide Walgreens/AARP with information coverage, deductibles, and co-payments.
  • Attended law school while managing 24-hour pharmacies at two of Walgreens top locations.
  • Assisted in the collaboration of the Walgreens Diabetes Clinic and the YMCA.
  • Placed orders for our customers from the inventory on the Walgreens website.
  • Assisted pharmaceutical vendors such as Walgreens, CVS, Rite-Aid etc.
  • Retired from Walgreens stores ; Vallejo, Ca.
  • Provided real time support to Walgreens retail pharmacies.
  • Staff Pharmacist at the following Stores at Walgreens 4696, 4839, and 3441.
  • Networked with local physician offices to offer ARV (Anti Retroviral) prescription refills through Walgreens' center of Excellence store.
  • Helped to transition customers from Zoss Drug to Walgreens and to retain and increase customer loyalty.
  • Retail: Walgreens Order entry, prescription fulfillment and processing, customer service.
  • Started working as a full time community pharmacist at Walgreens.
  • Mastered Walgreens Pharmacy Standard Operating Procedures (SOPS).
  • Processed and completed all requests using Walgreens POWER system.
  • Partnered with Aids Service Association of Pinellas (A.S.A.P) to provide free testing at Walgreens Center of Excellence Stores.
  • Provide relief pharmacist coverage for all shifts to Walgreens Pharmacies throughout the Des Moines district Additional duties and responsibilities as described above

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20 Most Common Skills For A Pharmacist

Retail Pharmacy

34.0%

Drug Therapy

16.2%

Customer Service

5.3%

Filling Prescriptions

4.8%

IV

4.5%

Drug-Drug Interactions

4.2%

Pharmacy Technician

3.8%

Patient Care

3.2%

OTC

2.8%

Pharmd

2.8%

Counsel Patients

2.7%

Medication Orders

2.3%

Order Entry

2.0%

Pharmacy Staff

1.8%

Health Care

1.7%

Inventory Control

1.7%

Patient Profiles

1.7%

TPN

1.5%

Medical Records

1.5%

Pharmacy Operations

1.5%
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Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Pharmacist

Rank Skill
1 Retail Pharmacy 26.6%
2 Drug Therapy 12.7%
3 Customer Service 4.2%
4 Filling Prescriptions 3.7%
5 IV 3.5%
6 Drug-Drug Interactions 3.3%
7 Pharmacy Technician 3.0%
8 Patient Care 2.5%
9 OTC 2.2%
10 Pharmd 2.2%
11 Counsel Patients 2.1%
12 Medication Orders 1.8%
13 Order Entry 1.6%
14 Pharmacy Staff 1.4%
15 Health Care 1.4%
16 Inventory Control 1.3%
17 Patient Profiles 1.3%
18 TPN 1.2%
19 Medical Records 1.2%
20 Pharmacy Operations 1.1%
21 Inventory Management 1.1%
22 Data Entry 1.1%
23 Pharmacy Services 1.1%
24 RX 1.0%
25 Pyxis 1.0%
26 Medication Therapy Management 0.9%
27 Insurance Companies 0.9%
28 Pharmaceutical Care 0.9%
29 High Volume 0.8%
30 Blood Pressure 0.8%
31 Physician Orders 0.8%
32 Computer System 0.8%
33 RPH 0.8%
34 Medication Reconciliation 0.7%
35 Non-Prescription Medications 0.7%
36 Federal Regulations 0.7%
37 Medication USE 0.7%
38 Pharmacy Department 0.7%
39 Pharmacy Inventory 0.6%
40 Phone Calls 0.6%
41 CVS 0.6%
42 Dispense Medications 0.5%
43 Bcps 0.5%
44 Disease States 0.5%
45 Medicaid 0.5%
46 Medical Equipment 0.5%
47 Proper USE 0.5%
48 ICU 0.5%
49 Hiv 0.5%
50 Walgreens 0.5%
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