Top Pharmacist Technician Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Pharmacist Technician. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Pharmacist Technician resumes they appeared on. For example, 19.5% of Pharmacist Technician resumes contained Assist Pharmacist as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Pharmacist Technician actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

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

1. Assist Pharmacist

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Here's how Assist Pharmacist is used in Pharmacist Technician jobs:
  • Position responsibilities included: Processed and counted medications to assist Pharmacist in filling prescriptions.
  • Assist pharmacist regarding patient co-payments and overriding co-payments when necessary for insurance purposes.
  • Assist pharmacist in packing and labeling radioactive isotopes for hospital and clinic delivery.
  • Coordinate shift replacements for proper manpower coverage and schedules to assist Pharmacist.
  • Assist pharmacists in the satellite pharmacy with inpatient medication preparation and dispensing.
  • Assist pharmacists with medications dispensing, reconciling and filling of medications.
  • Assist pharmacist in accurately typing, billing and filling prescription medications.
  • Assist pharmacist in coordination and scheduling preparation of sterile mixtures.
  • Assist pharmacist with interpretation and proper processing of physician orders.
  • Assist pharmacists with processing of prescriptions verifying all pertinent information.
  • Assist Pharmacist with preparing medications and related assistance to patients.
  • Assist pharmacist by contacting physicians to resolve questions about prescriptions
  • Assist pharmacists with dispensing medication and processing prescriptions.
  • Assist pharmacist in filling prescriptions quickly and accurately.
  • Assist pharmacists in preparing medication during code situations.
  • Assist pharmacist in dispensing medications accurately and safely.
  • Assist pharmacist with preparation of medications for dispensing.
  • Fill prescriptions and assist pharmacist in distributing medication.
  • Assist Pharmacist in preparing and distributing medications.
  • Assist pharmacist in processing patient medications.

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2. Customer Service

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Here's how Customer Service is used in Pharmacist Technician jobs:
  • Provided dedicated support to in-store pharmacists, performing administrative functions, dispensing medication, and providing exceptional customer service.
  • Provided exemplary customer service through extensive communication from physicians and pharmacists to provide patients the medication they needed.
  • Processed prescription orders, verified inventory, ordered medications from warehouse, counted prescription orders, customer service
  • Operated cash register prepared and processed medication prescription, restocked shelves, and demonstrated excellent customer service.
  • Performed data entry, preparing and packaging of medications, placing/reviewing orders and provided excellent customer service.
  • Greet customers promptly and answer all inquiries courteously utilizing proper procedures to ensure quality customer service.
  • Filled prescriptions, verified and billed insurance companies, operated register, and provided quality customer service
  • Provide excellent customer service via outbound calls to members providing information about cost savings opportunities.
  • Prepare prescription medications, provide customer service and perform administrative duties within a pharmacy setting.
  • Provided exceptional customer service by answering demanding medical concerns and by escalating requests to pharmacist.
  • Hand counted control medications, measured liquids and reconstituted antibiotics Skills Used Customer service
  • Demonstrated excellent proficiency in taking patient pharmacy orders while providing superb customer service.
  • Filled prescriptions, processed insurance, demonstrated excellent customer service, entered data
  • Demonstrated initiative and motivation towards resolving/ preventing customer service problems or complaints.
  • Provided University of Arizona students customer service while fulfilling their pharmaceutical needs.
  • Gained well-rounded knowledge of pharmaceuticals, and understanding of exceptional customer service
  • Filled Prescriptions and handled cash register while providing excellent customer service.
  • Performed customer service, entered data, typed prescriptions and organized records
  • Provided extensive customer service that maximized customer satisfaction and retained customers.
  • Provided assistance to the Pharmacist including customer service and prescription processing

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3. Filling Prescriptions

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Here's how Filling Prescriptions is used in Pharmacist Technician jobs:
  • Supported retail pharmacist in filling prescriptions by preparing pharmaceuticals for dispensing to patients after review and calculations and determining required dosage.
  • Registered customer demographic information into system, worked beside head Pharmacist assisting with filling prescriptions as well as taking payment/billing insurance
  • Assist Registered Pharmacist in filling prescriptions, dispensing, preparing and distributing all medications and pharmaceutical products to patients.
  • Maintained government and company compliance standards by precisely following established guidelines while filling prescriptions and handling medical insurance billing.
  • Detail oriented individual that pays special attention to highly sensitive products to ensure complete accuracy when filling prescriptions.
  • Major Responsibilities: Process prescriptions for a high volume pharmacy including filling prescriptions and extensive computer interface.
  • Ensured accurate service by filling prescriptions, detecting drug interaction problems, notifying doctors and compounding medications.
  • Assisted Living Facility Coordinator Customer Service Typing & filling prescriptions packing medications Account receivable.
  • Exemplified accuracy and attention to detail while filling prescriptions and computer data entry.
  • Conducted pharmacy operations for home-care patients, including processing and filling prescriptions.
  • Provided excellent customer service to customers by filling prescriptions promptly and accurately
  • Inventory specialist, answered phones, assisted pharmacist in filling prescriptions
  • Served customers by filling prescriptions and contacting doctors for further information
  • Provided care to patients by filling prescriptions and communicating with physicians
  • Provided customer service while filling prescriptions and handling payment transactions.
  • Assisted pharmacists in filling prescriptions accurately in a timely matter.
  • Assisted other technicians in filling prescriptions for residential students.
  • Help licensed pharmacist in providing medication and filling prescriptions.
  • Complete required paperwork related to filling prescriptions.
  • Complete documentation related to filling prescriptions.

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4. Insurance Companies

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Here's how Insurance Companies is used in Pharmacist Technician jobs:
  • Preformed initial billing to the insurance companies, obtained any additional insurance information needed by billing department for accuracy.
  • Communicated with insurance companies to troubleshoot claims and communicate with medical staffs to verify prescriptions and refills.
  • Answer customer's questions regarding medications; communicate regularly with physicians and pharmacists and insurance companies.
  • Communicated with insurance companies for verification and navigated through the company's computer network system.
  • Communicate with insurance companies regarding any coverage issues or to request emergency medications, etc.
  • Communicate with insurance companies regarding costs of patients' medications and preferred medication alternatives.
  • Collaborated with insurance companies and physicians in order to accurately and efficiently fill prescriptions.
  • Communicated and reconciled with doctors, insurance companies, and patients ensuring complete accuracy.
  • Obtain prior authorization information from various doctor offices and approvals from insurance companies.
  • Contacted medical staff and insurance companies in order to efficiently complete prescribed orders.
  • Close communication with insurance companies to seek overrides and coverage for patient medications.
  • Communicated with various physician offices and insurance companies to resolve customer-oriented problems.
  • Utilized effective communication skills when contacting physician offices and insurance companies.
  • Called insurance companies for prior authorization criteria and benefit processing information.
  • Interfaced between insurance companies and customers to ensure satisfaction and coverage.
  • Contacted medical insurance companies to assist with prior authorization request.
  • Communicate with insurance companies and patients regarding any coverage issues.
  • Assisted pharmacist by verifying eligibility for medications through insurance companies.
  • Resolve customer insurance claims by directly communicating with insurance companies.
  • Updated customer profiles and contacted insurance companies to confirm benefits.

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5. Pharmacy Technician

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Here's how Pharmacy Technician is used in Pharmacist Technician jobs:
  • Employed as a Pharmacy Technician in the warehouse/assembly line fill team for Postal Prescription Services/Fred Meyer Pharmacy Central Fill/Kroger Corporation.
  • Trained newly acquired pharmacy technicians, military and civilian, to ensure appropriate acclimation and understanding of daily pharmacy operations.
  • Worked as a Pharmacy Technician assisting the Pharmacist with providing customer service and daily pharmacy duties as an in-window Technician
  • Preformed daily pharmacy technician duties for the hospital outpatient pharmacy including bank deposits and medication delivery to patient homes.
  • Provide services as a Pharmacy Technician, filling prescription orders and verifying customer information for accuracy and completeness.
  • Provided input and consultation, regarding company policies and procedures for newly hired Pharmacy Technicians.
  • Partnered with the Pharmacist and other pharmacy technicians to ensure quality customer service and satisfaction.
  • Performed general pharmacy technician procedures in a retail pharmacy environment on a daily basis.
  • Perform technical and practical task as a Certified Register Pharmacy Technician with Academic Honors.
  • Worked with Pharmacist and Pharmacy technicians on project ensuring a successful implementation of system.
  • Worked as pharmacy technician learning about various medications as well expanding on customer relations.
  • Performed all pharmacy technician functions for patients receiving chemotherapy agents in an outpatient/inpatient setting.
  • Worked alongside licensed pharmacists and pharmacy technicians to provide excellent service within high-volume settings.
  • Lead pharmacy technicians in the preparation and documentation of prescriptions set for delivery.
  • Trained and managed four pharmacy technicians and achieved significant improvements in their productivity.
  • Received high quality training from registered pharmacists, and certified pharmacy technicians.
  • Assist guests Pharmacy Technician with security and confidentiality whilst adhering to all pharmacy
  • Registered pharmacy technician who filled and counted customers prescriptions behind the counter.
  • Provide instruction and evaluate other pharmacy technicians concerning preparation of products.
  • Performed Pharmacy Technician procedures within a Medical Hospital Pharmacy facility environment.

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6. Data Entry

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Here's how Data Entry is used in Pharmacist Technician jobs:
  • Possess data entry skills and can easily navigate between computer screens, interpret and input information correctly utilizing proper prescriptions.
  • Mixed intravenous medications * Packaged medication for delivery to hospital wide units * Computer data entry, filing, answered phones
  • Assisted pharmacist in expediting prescriptions, responsible for extensive computer data entry and performed continuous development of customer relations.
  • Compound Intravenous Fluids and Admixtures Performed Pharmaceutical Calculations Performed Data Entry and Computerized Billing
  • Fill patient prescriptions Data entry Interact effectively with co-workers and patients Perform monetary transactions
  • Follow company's prescription data entry guidelines and procedures to interpret medical abbreviations.
  • Performed data entry of prescriptions into company prescription database and process refill requests.
  • Performed data entry of written and electronic prescriptions into computer software.
  • Performed data entry, patient/provider review and resolution of third-party exceptions.
  • Carry out data entry and utilize computerized data management software.
  • Gathered patient information while performing data entry accurately and efficiently.
  • Input data entry of customer's information before dispensing medication.
  • Entered patient data entry and stocked/re-stocked main and satellite pharmacy.
  • Performed data entry, maintained accurate records and packaged medication.
  • Performed data entry, filled prescriptions and maintained inventory.
  • Determined insurance drug coverage via electronic prescription data entry.
  • Perform data entry of prescriptions Prepared patients' medications
  • Performed data entry and maintained customer records.
  • Demonstrated accuracy in data entry of prescriptions.
  • Completed data entry and claims adjudication.

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7. IV

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Here's how IV is used in Pharmacist Technician jobs:
  • Served as liaison between patients and pharmacists resolving customer complaints and defusing sensitive customer issues successfully with professionalism and tact.
  • Collaborated with coworkers to increase pharmacy efficiency for over 180 patients in relevance to medications ordered and received.
  • Assisted pharmacist to develop effective preparation and process methods to ensure proper distribution of medication to patients.
  • Saved patients money and increased pharmacy profit margins with therapeutically equivalent and more cost-effective generic drugs.
  • Maintained individual combat readiness and performed tasks required in combat and disaster preparedness or recovery operations.
  • Entered medication overrides; researched and resolved prescription rejections to ensure patients received medications.
  • Answered phones and displayed patient-oriented and comprehensive clinical pharmacy services and pharmaceutical care.
  • Assisted technician in delivering narcotics to hospital wards and interacted with hospital personnel.
  • Used extensive medication interaction knowledge to confirm prescribed orders to ensure patient safety.
  • Communicated effectively with customers, physicians and insurance companies to complete accurate transaction.
  • Managed special orders; received and stocked inventory, maintaining appropriate documentations.
  • Investigate excessive narcotics prescriptions, and report doctors to authorities when necessary.
  • Prepared and labeled compounded sterile products for delivery and administration to patients.
  • Corresponded with patients regarding delays on their medications and cost savings alternatives.
  • Received written prescription or refilled requests and verified information had been complete.
  • Delivered medications and narcotics to various departments on a daily basis.
  • Receive written prescription/refill requests and verify information is complete and accurate.
  • Perform administrative functions including answering phones and handling confidential patient information.
  • Calculate correct dosage volumes, converting between metric and apothecary equivalents.
  • Control correspondences received electronically from retail pharmacies via web postings.

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8. Patient Care

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Here's how Patient Care is used in Pharmacist Technician jobs:
  • Background also includes experience as a retail pharmacy cashier - provided exemplary patient care and ensured a positive customer experience.
  • Distribute medication to the patient care areas via automated medication distribution or non-automated systems and responsible for maintaining these systems.
  • Delivered, stocked and inventoried products for automated dispensing devices and patient care areas; repackages pharmaceutical products.
  • Work under direct supervision of a staff pharmacist/pharmacy supervisor to deliver quality patient care and excellent customer service.
  • Developed excellent clinical skills and also gained valuable experience with patient care, customer service and operations management.
  • Performed preventive maintenance on all medication dispensing equipment to ensure availability of medication for nurses for patient care.
  • Experience includes current position as a retail pharmacy cashier-provide exemplary patient care and ensure a positive customer experience.
  • Deliver quality patient care and excellent customer service including negotiating with insurance company for lowest mediation price.
  • Keep detailed records of pharmaceuticals including: Controlled Medication distribution to Patient Care Units and Treatment areas.
  • Delivered quality patient care and excellent customer service through excellent interpersonal, written and oral communication skills.
  • Perform successful operation tasks of the pharmacy by adequately providing patient care and exceptional customer service.
  • Delivered pharmaceuticals to patients and performed inspections of assigned patient care areas using printed guidelines.
  • Perform pharmacy-related functions according to department's policies and procedures to ensure optimal patient care.
  • Delivered and picked up medications from patient care areas; credited any returned medications.
  • Delivered superior patient care and customer service under the supervision of a licensed pharmacist.
  • Consulted pharmaceutical representatives for available samples to enable providers to utilize for patient care.
  • Delivered medication and supplies to patient care and ancillary areas accurately per established schedule.
  • Performed monthly inspections of assigned patient care areas ensuring compliance with hospital standards.
  • Deliver outstanding patient care by handling prescription insurance discrepancies and ensuring patient satisfaction.
  • Communicated updates and program expectations to foster optimal quality of patient care.

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9. Phone Calls

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Here's how Phone Calls is used in Pharmacist Technician jobs:
  • Answered telephone calls, communicated with doctor's offices to request patient's medication refills and performed other clerical duties Presentations/Poster
  • Balanced working environment by prioritizing doctor phone calls, dispensing patient prescription and ensuring excellent customer service.
  • Assisted customers by answering phone calls regarding account information, prescription availability, and pharmacy hours.
  • Answer multiple telephone calls simultaneously.
  • Answer incoming telephone calls, records caller messages and routes to the appropriate employee, greets visitors and notifies appropriate employee.
  • Answer phone calls from patients and doctors, while recording information into a computer concerning the aspects of that individual.
  • Greet customers, answer telephone calls, check in order, file away old prescriptions, fax authorization fill request.
  • Answered inbound phone calls, responded to questions, inquiries, and requests providing guidance, direction, and solutions.
  • Call, answer, and respond to phone calls and emails to and from physician offices for customer's refills.
  • Answer phone calls from nurses and doctors Fill prescription orders Compound IV or oral medications Refill medications on patient floors
  • Filled medical prescriptions, answered phone calls, data entry, and assist customers in other health care purchases.
  • Performed therapeutic follow up phone calls to record a patient's condition in their medical record regarding their therapy.
  • Answer all incoming telephone calls, provide general information and direct calls for drug information to a clinical pharmacist.
  • Answer telephone calls from MD's and nurses, as well as outside calls, Fill patient cassettes.
  • Filled prescriptions, processed insurance information and prescriptions, helped customers, answered phone calls, and cashiered.
  • Answer phone calls, print labels, and scan documents; assist the pharmacist in filling prescription orders.
  • Assisted the pharmacist with phone calls from doctors and customers, helped fill prescriptions and managed the register.
  • Answer customer and doctor phone calls, communication with patents, pharmacists, and other heath care professionals.
  • Performed administrative duties including directing phone calls, stocking shelves, operating cash registers, and maintain inventory.
  • Handle phone calls, prescription label printing, pulling medications, crash/code cart restocking for adults and pediatrics.

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10. New Patient Profiles

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Here's how New Patient Profiles is used in Pharmacist Technician jobs:
  • Entered new patient profiles, prescriptions, and insurance billing information into medication input software system while maintaining strict patient confidentiality.
  • Enter new patient profiles and prescriptions into software system ensuring accuracy and completeness of information on prescriptions and refill request.
  • Licensed pharmacy technician whose duties included entering new patient profiles and prescriptions into medication input software system.
  • Compiled data to create new patient profiles involving biographical information & medical history.
  • Entered new patient profiles and prescriptions for Fertility medications.
  • Gathered patient history information and updated/created new patient profiles.
  • Maintain current/new patient profiles and medication prescription in database.
  • Take inbound calls from patients, create new patient profiles, refill prescriptions, process prescriptions through insurance to send out medications
  • Help fill out prescriptions, type in new patient profiles, and call insurance about why medicine is not cover.
  • Enter new patient profiles and prescriptions, Communicate directly with doctors' offices via telephone, fax and email.
  • Entered new patient profiles and prescriptions into medication input software system and set up patients for our PACMED program.
  • Entered new patient profiles and prescriptions into medication input software system in a busy 24 hour pharmacy.
  • Resolve third party rejects to a certain extent Enter new patient profiles and prescriptions into software system.
  • Entered new patient profiles and prescription data into software system for safe and accurate claims processing.
  • Maintained record information, updating patient profiles as well as adding new patient profiles.
  • Start up new patient profiles including medical conditions, concerns, and prescriptions.
  • Used the pharmacy's custom program to check and add new patient profiles.
  • Gather patient information and enter new patient profiles into computer software system.
  • Entered new patient profiles and prescriptions into medication input using Virtual Script.
  • Compiled data, initiated new patient profiles and updated existing files.

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11. Pharmacy Inventory

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Here's how Pharmacy Inventory is used in Pharmacist Technician jobs:
  • Place orders/reorder prescription/over-the-counter medications for pharmacy inventory.
  • Assisted pharmacist with daily responsibilities including maintaining pharmacy inventory, helping customers with questions and recording and filling physician's orders.
  • Maintained pharmacy inventory; anticipated needed medications and supplies; placed and expedited orders; verified receipt; removed outdated drugs.
  • Maintained pharmacy inventory, ensured medications availability by delivering medications to patients and departments, organized medications for pharmacist to dispense
  • Filled doctors' orders for inpatient medications and delivered to units, maintained unit floor stock medications, maintained pharmacy inventory
  • Performed various inventory control duties including ordering medications from drug wholesaler, reconciling drug orders and stocking pharmacy inventory shelves.
  • Managed pharmacy inventory through accurate medication ordering, returns-including pulling drug recalls, rotating pharmacy stock and inter-department transfers.
  • Receipt and dispensing of prescriptions, pharmacy inventory, authorizations of prescriptions, patient orientation and customer service.
  • Retrieved and filled prescription orders for patients Maintained and restocked pharmacy inventory Performed clerical duties and maintained patient profiles
  • Manage and maintain pharmacy inventory and assessing anticipated need for additional medications and or supplies to provide services.
  • Monitor and maintain pharmacy inventory in online system, including maintenance of the ScriptPro automated prescription filler.
  • Sustained pharmacy inventory, placed and expedited orders, verified receipts and removed any outdated drugs.
  • Perform pharmacy inventory and digitally transmit medication and supply orders via McKesson Health Solutions ordering system.
  • Cataloged written prescriptions *Filled prescriptions *Performed database searches regarding patient case history *Ordered medications for pharmacy inventory
  • Maintained pharmacy inventory and ordered medications from wholesaler that were not available in the company warehouse.
  • Monitored and replenished pharmacy inventory, including prescription medications, OTC products, and medical devices.
  • Maintained pharmacy inventory, anticipated needed medications, placed orders, and verified receipt of orders.
  • Monitor and maintain pharmacy inventory and perform administrative tasks, order medications and pharmacy supplies.
  • Maintained pharmacy inventory in designated areas; reviewed pharmacy inventory for medications to be returned.
  • Monitored and maintained pharmacy inventory, and was responsible for office administration and cashier functions.

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12. Pyxis

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Here's how Pyxis is used in Pharmacist Technician jobs:
  • Assembled, stocked, operated and maintained automated medication dispensing equipment (PYXIS)
  • Inventory governance of all pharmaceutical and controlled substances for all hospital PYXIS stations.
  • Assisted in refill and replacement of outdated drugs in PYXIS machines.
  • Stock PYXIS machines with medications needed.
  • Filled medication orders and prepared intravenous solutions in hospital pharmacy for patients, filed medication administration records and refilled Pyxis machines.
  • Prepared intravenous solutions using aseptic technique, performed refills and inventory to an automated Pyxis, processed outpatient prescriptions.
  • Monitored and managed the Pyxis machines within the hospital to ensure supplies/medications were readily available to clinical staff.
  • Performed quality control on Pyxis medications to ensure patients were correctly charged for medications administered.
  • Delivered and filled daily floor Pyxis machines for dispensing necessary medications to admitted patients.
  • Packaged, filled and delivered medications including Pyxis assisted hospital with needs met from pharmacy
  • Filled and maintained Pyxis Medication Dispensing Machines for very large urban medical center.
  • Filled pyxis machine daily, and maintained inventory within the established department guidelines.
  • Restocked satellite pharmacies and Pyxis machines to insure inventory to specific hospital units.
  • Skilled in restocking medication Pyxis supply stations for nursing and critical-care units.
  • Lead implementation and maintained of Pyxis Automated Medication and Drug Dispensing System.
  • Restocked Pyxis machines throughout the hospital and removed expired medications as needed.
  • Worked closely with pharmacists including drug delivery, Pyxis automation and IV preparation
  • Distributed IV medication through hospital and refilled pyxis with unit dose medication.
  • Assisted in data entry patient medication information on Pyxis Connect System.
  • Determined discrepancies and inaccurate medication count and recovered failed Pyxis drawers.

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13. Computer System

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Here's how Computer System is used in Pharmacist Technician jobs:
  • Entered prescriptions into computer system, completed report, and provided customer service including ensuring the patient understands dosage instructions.
  • Entered prescription data into computer system, accurately filled prescriptions, and updated patient profiles to insure prescription accuracy.
  • Worked as a pharmacy technician utilizing a computer system to acquire medication prescription for filling orders.
  • Assisted customers in processing and preparing prescriptions by entering prescriptions on computer system and ordering drugs.
  • Computed charges for medication and equipment dispensed to customers and entered data in computer system.
  • Entered timely accurate data of new and refill patient orders utilizing a pharmacy-based computer system.
  • Completed paperwork related to filling prescriptions and input customer and prescription data into the computer system
  • Exercise solid data entry and computing skills while inputting important information into computer systems.
  • Entered handwritten physician's orders into hospital computer systems under the supervision of pharmacists.
  • Process daily prescription orders via pharmacy computer system under supervision of a Registered Pharmacist.
  • Managed pharmacy computer system operations clinic wide in a facility serving 16K+ beneficiaries.
  • Trained and supervised associates to pharmacy computer system for prescription tracking and labeling.
  • Reviewed physicians orders and writing out abbreviated information and inputting into computer system.
  • Type prescriptions and customers information into the computer system, including insurance information.
  • Dispensed medication to patients, entered physician order data into hospital computer system.
  • Verify information and enter prescriptions into computer system for nursing home residents.
  • Document prescriptions and maintain customer records by utilizing the pharmacy computer system.
  • Prepare prescription operating Pioneer and Enterprise Computer System and dispensing correct medications.
  • Worked as a pharmacy tech entering prescription information in computer system.
  • Verified and entered patient and insurance information into the computer system.

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14. Medication Orders

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Here's how Medication Orders is used in Pharmacist Technician jobs:
  • Expected to follow established procedures to prepare and distribute medication orders, prescriptions and/or non-sterile products under pharmacist s general supervision.
  • Processed and prepared medication orders by assisting the pharmacist; ensured the appropriateness of medication doses by correctly entering patient information.
  • Reviewed medication orders and prescriptions and organizing medications for dispensing; preparing labels; calculating quantities; and preparing intravenous solutions.
  • Assist with the preparation of medication orders by compounding or admixing medications under supervision of a registered pharmacist.
  • Assisted the pharmacist with maintaining the ongoing medication inventory and placed medication orders when instructed accurately.
  • Input medication orders directly received from Physician and calculate chemotherapy dosing and checked by a pharmacist.
  • Provided assistance to pharmacists in preparing medication orders for delivery to patient floors and hospital departments.
  • Evaluate medication orders for appropriateness of drug, dosage, potential interactions and proper administration.
  • Retrieved medication orders Performed data entry for each customer Prepared medications Answered phones Completed register transactions
  • Assisted licensed Pharmacists provide prescription medication orders and other health-related items and products to patients.
  • Processed medication orders, mixed compounds, and assisted pharmacist in preparing and dispensing medications.
  • Assisted in the dosing of medications and reviewed medication orders for completeness and accuracy.
  • Collected, interpreted, and transcribed medication orders and prescriptions into patient medication profiles.
  • Work effectively with patients and coworkers to follow procedures and complete necessary medication orders.
  • Prepare medication orders sent in by physicians Bill/Credit patient profiles with appropriate medications.
  • Process insurance claims and follow-up requests from physicians and patients regarding medication orders.
  • Received, input, filled and delivered medication orders to designated hospital units.
  • Typed and prepared medication orders; Processed insurance claims and called for authorizations.
  • Interpreted and evaluated the validity and safety of medication orders and prescriptions.
  • Filled and documented medication orders in accordance with departmental policies and procedures.

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15. Drug Inventory

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Here's how Drug Inventory is used in Pharmacist Technician jobs:
  • Maintain pharmacy inventory by checking pharmaceutical stock to determine inventory level; ordering of drug inventory from various suppliers.
  • Ordered, received, stocked and maintained drug inventory, ensuring optimum product availability to generate repeat business.
  • Process and rotate inventory including returns to maintain par drug inventory levels by ordering necessary medications and supplies.
  • Managed drug inventory levels, ordering medications and supplies for replenishment, verifying deliveries and resolved any discrepancies.
  • Manage Scheduled CII and narcotic drug inventory; oversee audit control to maintain maximum accountability and regulatory compliance.
  • Processed and filled prescriptions - Provided documentation for workman's compensation claims - Maintained and managed drug inventory
  • Maintained drug inventory levels by ordering necessary medications and supplies and verifying deliveries against purchase orders.
  • Maintained drug inventory levels by keeping a mandatory minimum amount of popular medications and supplies.
  • Reduced customer wait time by maintaining drug inventory accurately allowing prescriptions to be filled immediately.
  • Assisted Pharmacists in preparing and distributing medications, maintaining drug inventory, and maintaining patient records
  • Job responsibilities included working on insurance claims, maintaining drug inventory and customer data.
  • Dispense and arrange customer prescriptions, Communicate with insurance companies, Maintain Drug inventory
  • Managed a very high customer volume and assisted in organization of drug inventory.
  • Completed medication orders expediently, prepared IV admixtures and managed the drug inventory.
  • Conduct annual drug inventory, & provide monthly management/reporting of consignment inventories.
  • Maintained drug inventory levels via ordering and verifying purchase orders against deliveries.
  • Assisted with maintenance of prescription drug inventory and other medically related items.
  • Trained pharmacy staff on proper drug inventory management and purchasing procedures.
  • Assist in monitoring drug inventory within pharmacy mail order computer system.
  • Assemble prescriptions into vials for Pharmacist Verification and maintain drug inventory.

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16. Dispense Medications

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Here's how Dispense Medications is used in Pharmacist Technician jobs:
  • Performed technical processes required to dispense medications to patients -Completed new and updated patient profiles, including lists of patient medications.
  • Create pharmaceutical compounds and dispense medications using pharmaceutical dosage calculations for infants/children and adults, injections, and intravenous therapy.
  • Worked closely with Pharmacists and fellow technicians to input prescriptions into the software and safely and accurately dispense medications.
  • Prepare compounds using aseptic technique and dispense medications, chemotherapy, and intravenous medications based on physicians orders.
  • Compound and dispense medications following prescriptions issued by physicians, dentists, or other authorized medical practitioners.
  • Enter new patient profile and prescriptions into medication input software to safely and accurately dispense medications.
  • Performed technical processes required to dispense medications to patients in a high paced environment.
  • Interpret physician orders for home delivery, dispense medications under a licensed Pharmacist.
  • Dispense medications according to inpatient physician's order and outpatient physician's prescriptions.
  • Processed medication orders and dispense medications under the direct supervision of a pharmacist.
  • Work closely with pharmacists to accurately and efficiently fill and dispense medications.
  • Performed technical processes required to dispense medications prior to packaging and shipment.
  • Support hardware utilized to dispense medications to pharmacy and hospital staff.
  • Dispense medications on receiving prescriptions in a timely and accurate manner.
  • Dispense Medications- Order Medications- Consult Patients- Dealing with Public and Authorities
  • Assist pharmacists under direct supervision to prepare and dispense medications.
  • Demonstrate ability to compound and dispense medications and pharmaceutical supplies.
  • Communicate with patients and dispense medications and pharmaceutical supplies.
  • Dispense medications in proper container based on facility expectations.
  • Performed drug distribution required to dispense medications to patients.

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17. Storage Areas

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Here's how Storage Areas is used in Pharmacist Technician jobs:
  • Maintained working inventory within established department guidelines by reviewing stock levels and recording for order, removing stock from storage areas.
  • Performed and verified pharmaceutical calculations and conducted monthly inspections of all drug storage areas.
  • Delivered medication throughout hospital to patient carts and storage areas.
  • Maintained equipment storage areas to ensure inventory is correct.
  • Assist in conducting medication storage areas inspections/liaison visits.
  • Conduct routine inspections of medication storage areas.
  • Performed regular inspections of medication storage areas.
  • Placed stock in proper storage areas, rotated stock on shelves as required, removed and/or replaced outdated medications.
  • Conducted inspections to medication and supplies storage areas to assure that there was adequate pharmaceutical supplies on hand.
  • Assisted with stocking drugs and mixtures in proper storage areas and cleaning work area using aseptic practices.
  • Conducted routine inspections of supplies in storage areas for proper sanitation, expiration dates and storage methods.
  • Deliver and retrieve medical records from clinics, inpatient areas, storage areas, and physician offices.
  • Fill, label, and store all prescriptions carefully and accurately in their designated storage areas.
  • Complete and document inspection of all assigned medication storage areas at least monthly.
  • Ensured quality of medicines by maintaining order and cleanliness of storage areas.
  • Removed stock from storage areas and replenished active use areas.
  • Restock storage areas, replenishing items on shelves.
  • Placed supplies and medications on storage areas.
  • File old rx's into storage areas.
  • Use automated dispensing equipment for prescriptions Compound and prepare non-sterile product using aseptic techniques Use proper storage areas for all pharmaceuticals.

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18. Inventory Control

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Here's how Inventory Control is used in Pharmacist Technician jobs:
  • Maintained consistent inventory control, including any necessary returns, keeping in mind deadlines on out-dated and unnecessary overstocked products.
  • Assisted the pharmacist in filling and compounding prescriptions * Provided customer service assistance * Performed data entry and inventory control
  • Acted as Inventory Control Specialist, which entailed managing pharmacy inventory and processing orders for replacement stock.
  • Inventory control for pharmacy * Prepared schedules for pharmacy technicians and organized inventory paperwork * Compounded special medications
  • Maintained appropriate inventory control by rotating stock and checking for product integrity and appropriate expiration dates.
  • Assisted Pharmacist/Manager with inventory control, helped with administrative duties regarding billing and insurance
  • Implemented server security standard protocols while overseeing inventory control and ordering low-stock medications.
  • Maintained current expiration dates for all medication via a thorough inventory control system.
  • Provided Spanish to English customer care translation maintaining medication and inventory control system.
  • Assist in inventory control by reviewing and documenting/verbalizing stock needs to pharmacy personnel.
  • Prepare medication for distribution to the floors Inventory Control Maintain daily management reports
  • Monitored inventory control system to ensure stock rotation and current expiration dates.
  • Understand pharmacy inventory control procedures, including special requirements for controlled substances.
  • Process and fill patient prescriptions Bill insurance companies Customer service Inventory control
  • Completed inventory control within established department guidelines and reviewed stock level.
  • Received telephone calls, inventory control, compounding and proper documentations.
  • Maintain computerized inventory control and ordered new supplies when needed.
  • Ordered medication from wholesaler, inventory control and tote take-ins.
  • Managed pharmacy warehouse ordering and created reporting for inventory control.
  • Maintained computerized inventory controls and conduct monthly medication room audits.

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19. Inventory Management

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Here's how Inventory Management is used in Pharmacist Technician jobs:
  • Perform administrative and clerical duties including maintaining patient records, overseeing inventory management and managing insurance and worker s compensation claims.
  • Inventory management- verification of balance on hand; balance to be ordered, consolidation and removal of expired prescriptions within regulation.
  • Recognized by management after successfully gaining new responsibilities such as inventory management of controlled substances & training of new employees.
  • Utilized cutting-edge equipment in daily pharmacy practice, including OmniCell Inventory Management Carousels and OmniCell Automated Medication Dispensing Cabinets.
  • Assist pharmacist with daily operations such as prescription data entry, filling and dispensing, inventory management and insurance entry
  • Assisted lead pharmacist to sustain pharmacy operations, including customer service, facilities management, and inventory management.
  • Perform inventory management, including review and analysis of material requirements and preparation of financial information and budgets.
  • Assisted with inventory management and procurement of medicines and monitored inventory while relaying information to the Pharmacy staff.
  • Assisted with medication inventory management, including inputting orders, rotating stock, and facilitating returns and audits.
  • Performed inventory management and assisted pharmacists in processing of prescription orders in both retail and clinical environments.
  • Handled incoming refill requests, doctor-call-in prescription requests, inventory management, medication dispensing and record keeping.
  • Inventory management/cost control; assist procurement with needs/demands for prudent patient medication in a timely daily manner.
  • Assist with inventory management processes including: order review, returns, restocking and physical inventory preparation.
  • Assisted pharmacist in prescription processing Performed tasks such as inventory management, stocking shelves and customer service
  • Operated according to policies and procedures for inventory management in specialized areas of drug classification.
  • Assisted with inventory management including order review, restocking shelves with medication and inventory returns.
  • Provided inventory management through ordering of supplies and medications from drug companies or wholesalers.
  • Provide technician oversight involving inventory management, order processing to assure maximum costumer services.
  • Assisted in inventory management including reviewing orders, restocking shelves and physical inventory preparation.
  • Assisted with inventory management processes including restocking shelves and physical inventory preparation through McKesson.

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20. Security Conditions

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Here's how Security Conditions is used in Pharmacist Technician jobs:
  • Receive written prescription or refill request and verify that information is complete and accurate Maintain proper storage and security conditions for drugs
  • Maintained proper storage, security conditions for all prescribed drugs Conducted routine inspections of medication storage locations.
  • Maintained proper storage and security conditions for drugs to maintain safety of pharmacy and pharmaceutical storage requirements.
  • Maintain proper storage and security conditions for medications, filing away patient information and paperwork.
  • Maintain proper storage and security conditions for medications ensuring the quality of over 1000 medications.
  • Placed medications into prescription containers and maintained proper storage and security conditions for drugs.
  • Maintain adequate storage and proper security conditions and environment for drugs and medical equipment.
  • Maintained proper storage and security conditions for drugs, resolved problems and managed inventory.
  • Maintained proper storage and security conditions for drugs according to federal and state regulations.
  • Prepared prescriptions under Pharmacist Supervision* Maintain proper storage and security conditions for drugs.
  • Filled narcotic prescriptions, upheld proper storage and security conditions of narcotic medications.
  • Maintain proper storage and security conditions for medication with 100% accountability.
  • Managed drug and supply inventories, including medication safety and security conditions.
  • Maintained proper storage and security conditions for prescription medications.
  • Maintain proper storage and security conditions for pharmaceutical supplies.
  • Maintained proper inventory and security conditions for drugs.
  • Maintained proper storage insecurity conditions for all drugs.
  • Maintained proper storage and security conditions for narcotics.
  • Maintain proper security conditions for medications.
  • Maintained proper storage/security conditions for drugs.

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21. RX

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Here's how RX is used in Pharmacist Technician jobs:
  • Organize RxMap blister packs: medications are boxed into customized packaging that is systematized by time-of-day and/or day-of-the-week.
  • Received and accurately processed written prescriptions from customers using RxEVO computer system.
  • Process information through RxConnect software to enter patient and prescription information.
  • Review inventory and utilize MatchRx website to sell unwanted medications.
  • Enter demographics, insurance and prescription information utilizing RxConnect software.
  • Inventory control/management, fulfilling Rx requirements, Insurance billing.
  • Utilized Computer-Rx software to manage customer data.
  • Record customer information into Rx computer system.
  • Send all the RX and over the counter medicines use in the ward with approval of Registered Pharmacist on duty.
  • Enter the orders in computer software (BioRx) for the pharmacist to draw up the doses daily and weekly.
  • Comply with HIPAA policy, Fraud, Waste and Abuse Policy and Privacy Policy set forth by Aspire Rx.
  • Process and fill incoming prescriptions using RX 2000 software Greet and wait on customers at check-out Maintain inventory using cardinal
  • Help customer Over the counter, Cashier, Count Medicine, Enter RX into the system, Mix medicine.
  • Print RX labels and pull appropriate medication from stock, dispense medication into labeled containers for Pharmacist approval.
  • Work with the pharmacy computer systems, dispensing of medication, and maintenance of Automated RX Dispensing System.
  • Entered data about patients' personal and medical information into RX 30 and Moreno client information systems.
  • Adjudicated hundreds of RX's each day as well as producing them and preparing them for verification.
  • Process and fill prescription orders through RX computer program, and scheduling customer appoints for prescription consultations.
  • Created new patient and modified current patient information in the pharmacy database software (Pioneer Rx).
  • Maintain accurate and current information as required in DaVita Rx spreadsheets for tracking and quality assurance purposes.

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22. Pharmaceutical Stock

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Here's how Pharmaceutical Stock is used in Pharmacist Technician jobs:
  • Maintain pharmacy inventory by checking pharmaceutical stock while anticipating needed medications and supplies; procure medicinal orders; remove outdated drugs.
  • Ensured availability of medicines and provided prescription to patients and units Checked pharmaceutical stock and ensured availability of adequate stock.
  • Act as a Coordinator for Pharmaceutical Stock Ordering, pharmacy drug requisition statistics and others related to pharmaceutical supply transaction.
  • Organize pharmaceutical stock to determine inventory level; placing and expediting orders; verifying receipts and removing outdated drugs.
  • Checked pharmaceutical stock and ensured availability of adequate stock; maintained pharmacy inventory in a safe and clean area.
  • Maintained pharmacy inventory by inspecting pharmaceutical stock to control inventory; anticipated needed prescriptions while placing appropriate orders.
  • Ensured appropriate dispensing of prescriptions and help regulated proper inventory by ensuring availability on pharmaceutical stock.
  • Maintained pharmacy inventory by verifying and anticipated pharmaceutical stock to determine inventory levels to re order.
  • Inventory control, maintain pharmaceutical stock levels, stick medications, verify incoming medication shipments.
  • Maintain pharmacy inventory by checking pharmaceutical stock and anticipating needed medication and supplies.
  • Inventoried pharmaceutical stock and prepared of prescriptions for final processing by pharmacist.
  • Processed incoming delivery of pharmaceutical stock (including controlled substances).
  • Maintained pharmacy inventory by checking pharmaceutical stock level; anticipate needs.
  • Maintained pharmacy inventory by checking pharmaceutical stock and removing outdated drugs.
  • Maintained and determined pharmacy inventory daily by checking pharmaceutical stock.
  • Performed pharmaceutical stock keeping, delivery, and technical assistance.
  • Checked pharmaceutical stock and ensured availability of adequate stock.
  • Maintained pharmacy inventory and pharmaceutical stock for inventory.
  • Conducted pharmacy inventory and checked pharmaceutical stock.
  • Maintained inventory by checking pharmaceutical stocks.

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23. Prescription Refills

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Here's how Prescription Refills is used in Pharmacist Technician jobs:
  • Input and maintained confidential patient files through security processes and software applications* Assisted in providing efficient and accurate patient prescription refills.
  • Prepared prescriptions by documenting personal information, tracked inventory of medication and communicated with doctors regarding daily prescription refills.
  • Communicated with physicians regarding order clarifications, prior authorization requests, and to request prescription refills or therapeutic substitutions.
  • Refilled and authorized prescription refills for network of hospice patients - Coordinated emergency local filling and courier services
  • Provided clerical work to include inventory, prescription refills, operating a register and administrative functions.
  • Verified and received prescription refills, interacted with customers, affixing prescription labels.
  • Receive and verify written prescription or request prescription refills from patients or representatives.
  • Received written and electronic prescriptions and/or requests for prescription refills from patients.
  • Maintained prescription refills in medication carts and remove expired medications as needed.
  • Requested prescription refills from physicians and accepted authorization for these refills.
  • Contacted physicians and insurance companies for prescription refills or prior authorizations.
  • Obtained prescription refills by communicating electronically or verbally with physician offices.
  • Verified faxed prescription orders and entered data for prescription refills.
  • Called physician offices for prescription refills and clarification of orders.
  • Contacted physicians to verify prescription refills and address third-party issues.
  • Documented and communicated with physicians and nurses for prescription refills.
  • Contacted doctors regarding patient prescription refills and additional care.
  • Followed by assisting patients with any necessary prescription refills.
  • Finalized written prescriptions or requests for prescription refills.
  • Operate pharmacy computer system to process prescription refills.

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24. Drug Therapy

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Here's how Drug Therapy is used in Pharmacist Technician jobs:
  • Obtain additional information from providers, including confidential medical history and prior drug therapy in order to properly evaluate the request.
  • Consulted providers on medication interactions, allergies, and appropriate drug therapy to ensure desired therapeutic outcomes.
  • Updated patient's medication profiles of prescribed drug therapy, allergy and health maintenance information from physicians
  • Assisted pharmacists in compounding medications and provided counseling to patients with drug therapy questions.
  • Performed Intravenous Drug Admixtures to provide drug therapy for inpatient population.
  • Provide telephone support to patients receiving life sustaining specialty drug therapy.
  • Assist pharmacists in ensuring patient prescribed drug therapy is followed correctly.
  • Compounded prescription of patient specific drug therapy.
  • Assist patients with drug therapy and pharmacy care issues while accepting full responsibility for interface with patient's pharmacy care plan.
  • Keep abreast of new development in drug therapy by attending classes, seminars and reading the latest book and magazines.
  • Monitored drug therapy regimens for contraindications, drug-food interactions, allergies, and appropriateness of drug and dose.
  • Act as a patient advocate by ensuring that the patient's prescribed drug therapy is followed as prescribed.
  • Communicate with physicians, nurses, pharmacists and other health care personnel to promote and ensure drug therapy
  • Attended daily rounds with PICU staff and made recommendations concerning drug therapy for Pediatric Intensive Care Unit.
  • Evaluated patient drug therapy, and monitoring for therapeutic outcomes, drug interactions and adverse reactions.
  • Prepare IVs, re-stocking intravenous fluids and medications; interact with clinical pharmacist regarding drug therapy.
  • Communicate with patients regarding compliance and blood draw protocol based off of drug therapy.
  • Maintained current notes and paperwork related to the patients drug therapy and care plan.
  • Perform prior authorizations on doctor's behalf to expedite patient's new drug therapy.
  • Provided courteous assistance to customers with their drug therapy and pharmacy care issues.

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25. Hipaa

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Here's how Hipaa is used in Pharmacist Technician jobs:
  • Utilized PC to enter and retrieve patient prescription data, ensured patient confidentiality following all applicable government guidelines including HIPAA.
  • Trained immensely on patient confidentiality, HIPAA protocol and regulations, customer service regarding patient medication and administration.
  • Recognized for Collaboration, Accountability, and Caring Provide passionate customer service while maintaining HIPAA standards and privacy.
  • Handled and logged controlled substances in accordance with state and federal law Followed HIPAA guidelines to ensure patient confidentiality
  • Worked alongside pharmacist, assisting in preparation and dispensing of prescribed medications, adhering to HIPAA regulations.
  • Buffalo, M N Demonstrated knowledge of HIPAA Privacy and Security Regulations by appropriately handling patient information.
  • Maintain patient/customer confidentiality in accordance with Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) regulations.
  • Maintain confidentiality of patient medical information in accordance with HIPAA and other applicable laws.
  • Enabled patient confidentiality according to HIPAA and company standards for customer medical history records.
  • Entered medication orders/refills and maintained patient information profiles with compliance to HIPAA regulations.
  • Adhered to HIPAA regulations for protected health information transactions, security and confidentiality.
  • Exercise discretion and confidentiality with all patient information according to HIPAA regulations.
  • Protect patients and employees by preserving confidentiality/privacy by adhering to HIPAA.
  • Followed safe HIPAA protocols and procedures maintaining confidential patient related information.
  • Maintain confidentiality and privacy of patients according to HIPAA regulations.
  • Provided excellent customer service while adhering to HIPAA compliance regulations.
  • Maintain patient confidentiality according to HIPAA regulations and applicable law.
  • Maintain customer and patient confidentiality under HIPAA Laws and Regulations.
  • Follow HIPAA and company standards to maintain customer/ patient confidentiality.
  • Protected patient confidentiality and adhered to HIPAA Privacy Act guidelines.

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26. Medication Information

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Here's how Medication Information is used in Pharmacist Technician jobs:
  • Utilize computerized medication information databases.
  • Assist customers by answering questions, locating items or referring to pharmacist for medication information in a professional and confidential manner.
  • Ensured that medication information and direction are entered into patient s profile and updated health insurance information in the computer database.
  • Call center customer service Assisted patients in refilling or updating prescriptions Provided medication information Patient consultations Update account information Handled escalated calls
  • Assist the pharmacist in filling/dispensing of prescription medication by preparing drug orders according to information provided while verifying patient medication information.
  • Entered medication information into Intercom Plus, filled prescriptions, and dispensed medication to patients per Pharmacists verification.
  • Provided customer service with professional and directed customers to the pharmacist for medication information and counseling.
  • Assisted customers with questions, locating items and referring patients to pharmacist for medication information.
  • Assisted nursing with medication information, and receive proper patient identification to dispense necessary medications.
  • Entered data into computer database system regarding patient, insurance, and medication information.
  • Validated and entered patient information, including insurance and medication information into computer database.
  • Assisted pharmacists in ensuring patients received correct written medication information on all new prescriptions.
  • Worked with insurance carriers on obtaining authorization, co-pays, and non-covered medication information.
  • Input Patient Medication information by verifying any medication needed and or insurance information.
  • Provide customers with medication information and address their questions, ensuring outstanding service.
  • Update customer and medication information in Intercom Plus database according to strict protocols.
  • Billed insurance companies and received faxes and entered medication information into data base.
  • Assist customers by answering questions and referring to pharmacist for medication information.
  • Entered patient and medication information on in-store data management program.
  • Retrieve and process patient and medication information quickly and efficiently.

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27. Insurance Issues

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Here's how Insurance Issues is used in Pharmacist Technician jobs:
  • Filled prescriptions; researched insurance issues, contacted insurance companies and providers; provided point-of-sale customer service at fast-paced retail pharmacy.
  • Communicated to patients about third party rejections and collaborated with fellow pharmacy technicians and pharmacists to resolve insurance issues.
  • Streamlined the resolution of medical insurance issues by proactively contacting patients' physicians and insurance companies.
  • Process prescriptions, collaborate with medical professionals, and clarify prescription insurance issues with customers.
  • Verified patient insurance and communicated with insurance companies to resolve any insurance issues.
  • Communicated with patients, insurance companies and medical professionals to resolve insurance issues
  • Resolved problems with detailed assistance for customers on technical insurance issues.
  • Provided exemplary customer service and assistance to resolve insurance issues.
  • Resolved insurance issues via telephone and computer if necessary.
  • Resolve insurance issues via telephone and digital communication.
  • Resolved insurance issues pertinent to prescription processing.
  • Resolved third party insurance issues whenever necessary.
  • Resolved insurance issues and obtained prior authorizations.
  • Resolved insurance issues to ensure customer satisfaction.
  • Resolved insurance issues when necessary.
  • Perform trouble-shooting for client with insurance issues to resolve problems regarding claim rejections, override, and prior authorization if needed.
  • Trained 3 Pharmacy Technicians on pharmaceutical knowledge, computer software, Script Pro 200, handling of insurance issues and HIPPA.
  • Fill prescriptions; Cashiering; Answer phones; Make courtesy calls; Take and enter in new prescriptions; Resolve insurance issues
  • Resolve dosage conflicts, harmful drug interaction, insurance issues and other matters to ensure patient safety and build customer loyalty.
  • Answered phones, sent & received faxes, troubleshooting insurance issues by contacting insurance companies, medicare, and state agencies.

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28. Hippa

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Here's how Hippa is used in Pharmacist Technician jobs:
  • Observed HIPPA codes and maintained patient confidential information privacy by properly securing and/or disposing of such materials.
  • Maintained confidentiality while following HIPPA guidelines, exhibiting a high level of accuracy and excellent customer service.
  • Greeted and assisted customers with concerns while maintaining customer/patient confidentiality according to HIPPA and company standards.
  • Complied with all state and federal guidelines, including HIPPA and newly implemented ephedrine-based medication logbook.
  • Maintained pharmacy records in compliance with HIPPA regulations and assisted with insurance and regulatory audits.
  • Demonstrated ethical conduct and maintain confidentiality of patient information per HIPPA laws.
  • Revised filing system while following HIPPA regulations to ensure patient confidentiality.
  • Prepared prescriptions for patient delivery and pick-ups while exercising HIPPA regulations.
  • Reviewed and satisfied prescription orders with accuracy under HIPPA guidelines.
  • Followed HIPPA laws and appropriately handled sensitive customer information.
  • Maintained customer/patient confidentiality according to HIPPA and company standards.
  • Managed patient information files according to HIPPA regulations.
  • Maintained patient confidentiality and followed the HIPPA regulations.
  • Provided customer service while maintaining HIPPA Privacy Regulations.
  • Trained regularly on HIPPA requirements and regulations.
  • Completed HIPPA/Patient confidentiality policies and procedures training.
  • Maintained highest level of confidential HIPPA Compliance
  • Followed HIPPA regulation concerning customer information.
  • Follow applicable government regulations including HIPPA.
  • Safeguarded customer sensitive HIPPA information.

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29. Simple Questions

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Here's how Simple Questions is used in Pharmacist Technician jobs:
  • Assisted customers in the store and on the phone by answering simple questions and referring them to the pharmacist when necessary.
  • Assist client by answering simple questions as explained by doctor and or the instructions provided with medication.
  • Assisted nurses and long term care facility agents in answering simple questions, locating prescriptions or drugs.
  • Filled bottles with prescribed medications and typed and affixed labels, assisted customers by answering simple questions.
  • Helped patients with over the counter items, and answered simple questions prior to pharmacist referral.
  • Assisted customers by answering simple questions, locating items and referred to pharmacist when needed.
  • Assisted customers by answering simple questions and referring them to the pharmacist for clinical information.
  • Help by replying to simple questions or referring to a pharmacist for medicine/medical information.
  • Greeted and assisted customers by answering simple questions at drop off and pick up.
  • Answer telephones; respond to simple questions; refer complex questions to pharmacists.
  • Assist customers by answering simple questions, referring customers to pharmacist.
  • Assist customers by answering simple questions, Preparing medication.
  • Assist customers by answering simple questions and locating items.
  • Establish and maintain patient profiles Assisted customers by answering simple questions, locating items, or referring them to the pharmacist.
  • Assist customers by answering simple questions, locatingitems, or referring them to the pharmacist for consultation about their medications.
  • Assist customers by answering simple questions, locating items,or referring them to the pharmacists.
  • Receive and refill written prescription requests Assist customers by answering simple questions
  • Assist customers by answering simple questions 4.

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30. Aseptic Technique

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Here's how Aseptic Technique is used in Pharmacist Technician jobs:
  • Maintained ability to follow, written instructions for compounding with aseptic technique for hazardous materials such as oncology agents.
  • Responded to customer inquiries as necessary and filled drug kits under direct supervision applying accuracy and aseptic technique.
  • Followed strict aseptic technique in preparing chemotherapy and IV admixtures, syringes and other aseptically prepared products.
  • Prepared intravenous admixtures using aseptic technique as prescribed in policies and procedures to prepare the admixtures.
  • Prepare IV admixtures utilizing appropriate aseptic techniques within a sterile and safe environment following departmental policies.
  • Compounded both in-patient and out-patient intravenous chemotherapy solutions in a laminar flow room using aseptic technique.
  • Use aseptic technique within a Biological Safety Cabinet to compound chemotherapy and non-chemotherapy IV infusions.
  • Performed medication dispensing functions including preparation of sterile compounding intravenous medications using aseptic techniques.
  • Used proper sterile aseptic technique to prepare intravenous chemotherapy and non - chemotherapy admixtures.
  • Calculate, mix and compound medications under strict regulatory guidelines to ensure aseptic technique.
  • Prepare IV and chemo medications utilizing aseptic technique in a laminar/vertical flow hood.
  • Practiced safe and effective aseptic technique and proper procedures when preparing chemotherapy agents.
  • Make intravenous drugs and chemotherapy to be administered to patients using aseptic technique.
  • Prepare sterile intravenous medications using aseptic technique within a laminar flow hood.
  • Utilized aseptic technique while compounding medication to ensure product sterility and patience safety
  • Ensured the safety of medications by using aseptic techniques for intravenous compounding.
  • Prepared intravenous admixtures using aseptic techniques in USP 797 certified compounding facility.
  • Performed IV admixtures using aseptic technique to insure a sanitary environment.
  • Prepared ancillary medication IV piggybacks for chemotherapy by using aseptic technique.
  • Maintained aseptic technique qualification through initial and ongoing media fill qualification.

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31. High Volume

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Here's how High Volume is used in Pharmacist Technician jobs:
  • Focused on customer service, prescription order processing, problem resolution and inventory management in this high volume retail pharmacy.
  • Greet Patients and Process prescriptions Display excellent customer service Obtain information for insurance for adjudication of prescriptions Answer high volume calls
  • Process high volume of order requests while regularly completing paperwork and entering prescription and insurance billing information into patient profiles.
  • Communicate, recommend, and implement policies for processing improvements and operating procedures in a high volume environment.
  • Generated business through a high volume of outbound/inbound calls Maintained and exceeded a high performance in customer satisfaction
  • Supported staff pharmacist in a high volume retail pharmacy setting, filling prescriptions efficiently and accurately.
  • Sustained high level of customer satisfaction and inputting high volumes of prescription medications for patients.
  • Worked in high volume retail environment providing quality customer service and utilized cash register.
  • Filled high volume prescription orders under the direct supervision of Licensed Pharmacy Manager.
  • Monitored immediate inventory and maintaining pleasant atmosphere in a high volume establishment.
  • Filled high volume of prescriptions daily using automated production system.
  • Function efficiently and productively in a high volume pharmacy department.
  • Manage high volume prescription fulfillment while providing outstanding customer service.
  • Prepare a high volume of prescriptions safely under Pharmacist supervision.
  • Dispensed medication in a high volume Outpatient Department.
  • Provided exemplary patient services in high volume retail pharmacy
  • Operated automated fulfillment machines in High Volume Fill areas, scanned canisters to monitor supply levels and refilled medication as needed.
  • Assisted with the high volume of customers shopping into the store; increasing customer satisfaction by lowering the average wait time.
  • Worked in all phases of a fast-paced, high volume, retail setting from initial customer service consultation to order fulfillment.
  • Learned to work in a fast-paced pharmacy that processed up to 500 prescriptions on high volume days with 100% accuracy.

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32. Patient Medications

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Here's how Patient Medications is used in Pharmacist Technician jobs:
  • Provided excellent service to all hospital departments - preparing IV admixtures, delivering patient medications, practicing inventory control, restocking.
  • Assist pharmacist with prescription management and communicating with physicians offices and or hospitals to clarify patient medications and instructions.
  • Supervised dispensing, ordering and inventory of inpatient medications, including IV fluid and IV chemotherapy preparation.
  • Communicated with various hospital personnel to help ensure patient medications were prepared and delivered timely and correctly
  • Assisted the Pharmacist with prescription management and communicating with physicians' offices about patient medications.
  • Organize and maintain patient profiles while preparing patient medications and delivering to other hospital personnel.
  • Filled automated dispensing machines and delivered patient medications accurately and on a timely manner.
  • Dispense and deliver patient medications and provide the pharmacist with additional assistance as necessary.
  • Completed new and updated patient profiles, including inputting Physicians orders for patient medications.
  • Developed and participated in delivery program of patient medications to home and businesses.
  • Dispensed and delivered patient medications to patients in homes and assisted facilities.
  • Filled outpatient prescriptions and inpatient medications under the supervision of licensed pharmacists.
  • Resolved and clarified issues with patient medications and collaborated with local pharmacies.
  • Established and maintained patient medications in an organized and efficient manner.
  • Ensured high quality customer service while dispensing and mixing patient medications.
  • Dispensed and delivered patient medications to patients throughout the hospital.
  • Dispensed and delivered patient medications to patients within the community.
  • Dispensed and delivered patient medications to patients via local delivery.
  • Dispensed and delivered patient medications to consumers entering the store.
  • Delivered patient medications throughout hospital and assisted with IV solutions.

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33. File Prescriptions

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Here's how File Prescriptions is used in Pharmacist Technician jobs:
  • Fill prescriptions organize and file prescriptions organize medication order medication keep pharmacy clean maintain inventory and delivery medication to designated patients.
  • Perform data entry and fill prescriptions-Provide excellent customer service to in-store customers and over the phone-Accurately file prescriptions and other pharmacy documents
  • File prescriptions completed through verification process by pharmacist in the appropriate waiting bins or refrigerator.
  • Dispense medication Process insurance claims Customer service Stock medication File prescriptions
  • File prescriptions utilizing knowledge of medicines and pharmacy procedures.
  • File prescriptions and paperwork according to Colorado standards.
  • Retrieve and file prescriptions appropriately and accordingly.
  • File prescriptions according to company procedures.
  • Receive and file prescriptions appropriately.
  • File prescriptions, count drug, process insurance and customer prescription, cycle counts, stock, assist customers, fax etc
  • Cashier; answer phones, and add customers, search profiles, file prescriptions, verify customer with there government issued I.D./Licenses
  • Retrieve and file prescriptions appropriately according to State and Federal Law * Maintain a clean, organized and professional pharmacy department.
  • Fill prescriptions, receive and handle phone calls from/to doctors and patients, send e-file prescriptions and refill request to doctors.
  • Assist with inventory, file prescriptions, and make phone calls to doctor's offices and insurance companies to assist customers.
  • Price and file prescriptions that have been filled by the pharmacist * Verification of accuracy of prescriptions that need to be filled
  • Drug Distribution: File prescriptions, ward stock orders, dispensary orders and requisitions from other departments of the University.
  • Retrieve and file prescriptions appropriately according to State and Federal Law -Comply with CVS policy and procedures at all time.
  • Assist customers Data Entry Fill prescriptions Ring up customers File prescriptions Answer calls Countdown drawers at the end of the night
  • Clean the pharmacy, file prescriptions, check in orders, organize work space, run the register and deposits.
  • Decode and input prescriptions, file insurance, fill prescriptions, answer phone, file prescriptions, cashier, customer service

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34. Affix Labels

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Here's how Affix Labels is used in Pharmacist Technician jobs:
  • Store Pharmaceutical products in appropriate containers and affix labels to containers.
  • Filled bottles with prescribed medications under the supervision of a licensed Pharmacist and type and affix labels to the bottles.
  • Fill bottles with prescribed medications, type and affix labels, and double check right medication to the right bottle.
  • Followed procedures to fill medication bottles, ensuring quality checks on quantity, product, customer, affix labels.
  • Fill Accurate: Careful, precise, free from bottles with prescribed medications and type and affix labels.
  • Count out and fill bottles with correct number of the prescribed medication, and type and affix labels.
  • Fill bottles with prescribed medications and type and affix labels, give bottles to pharmacist to verify.
  • Fill bottles and prepare IV's with prescribed medications and type and affix labels for prepared drugs.
  • Filled bottles with prescribe medications and type affix labels and process orders for patients and facilities.
  • Establish or maintain patient profiles, including lists of medications, and type of affix labels.
  • Type and affix labels, clean and help maintain equipment and work areas and sterilize glassware.
  • Post charges to customers insurance Fill bottles with prescribed medications and type and affix labels
  • Establish or maintain patient profiles with prescribed medications, and type affix labels.
  • Receive and process prescriptions, fill bottles with prescribed medications and affix labels.
  • Fill bottles with prescribed medications and some training in typing and affix labels.
  • Fill all obtained prescriptions, affix labels, prepare items for pharmacist verification.
  • Filled bottles with prescribed medication, prepare compounds, and affix labels.
  • Translate, type, fill, and affix labels to prescription bottles.
  • Fill vials and drams with prescribed medications and type and affix labels.
  • Fill bubble packs with prescribed medications and type and affix labels.

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35. Individual Patients

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Here's how Individual Patients is used in Pharmacist Technician jobs:
  • Established and maintained organization of medication inventory, as well as patient profiles, including medication rosters for 500+ individual patients.
  • Establish and maintain patient profiles, including lists of medications taken by individual patients while developing personal relationships.
  • Developed organization skills by making patient profiles and recording the type of medications taken by individual patients.
  • Maintained accurate and comprehensive patient profiles, including lists of medications taken by individual patients.
  • Verified prescription information with physicians' offices and updated insurance information for individual patients.
  • Supply and monitor robotic machines that dispense medicines taken by individual patients.
  • Establish or maintain patients profiles.including lists of medications by individual patients.
  • Filled prescriptions and changing out medications for individual patients.
  • Worked with individual patients regarding any insurance issues or questions
  • Delivered medication to individual patients and assisted living facilities.
  • Pulled medications for weekly supply of individual patients.
  • Interacted with nurses regarding individual patients.
  • Compound special medications for individual patients.
  • Prepared prescriptions for individual patients.
  • Establish or maintain patient profiles, including lists of medications taken by individual patients, and succeed in computer documentation daily.
  • Established and maintained patient profiles, including lists of medications taken by individual patients, as well as allergies to medication.
  • Establish and maintain patient profiles, including lists of medications taken by individual patients using RX Connect and RX 2000 systems.
  • Established and maintained patient profiles, including lists of medications taken by individual patients; filed prescriptions that had been filled.
  • Establish and maintain patient profiles, including lists of medications taken by individual patients and medical insurance claims and history.
  • Prepared sterile and non-sterile compounds in large batches for clinics and doctors' offices as well as individual patients.

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36. CVS

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Here's how CVS is used in Pharmacist Technician jobs:
  • Completed practicum at CVS Pharmacy and subsequently offered enrollment in formal training program followed by full-time employment.
  • Worked effectively with others in the fast-paced environment of a high-volume CVS/Pharmacy.
  • Adhered to CVS Pharmacy procedures and ensured implementation of quality assurance standards.
  • Maintained patient's profiles through CVS Pharmacy database while ensuring patient confidentiality.
  • Program and National Certified Pharmacy Tech.in collaboration with CVS Pharmacy.
  • Re-joined the CVS/Pharmacy Company as a full-time Certified Pharmacy Technician.
  • Managed pharmacy inventory and orders in sixteen CVS/Pharmacies.
  • Filed documentation as required by CVS regulations.
  • Completed CVS certified pharmacy technician training.
  • Worked as a Pharmacy Technician for CVS Health where I specialized in entering prescriptions and being a physician point of contact.
  • Filled prescriptions, answered phones, customer service and care, data entry, and many other duties similar to CVS.
  • Handle insurance billing issues, maintain patient records, and adhering to CVS confidentiality guidelines in order to maintain patient privacy.
  • Complied with all federal and state laws, rules and regulations as well as CVS policy and procedures at all times.
  • Promoted CVS loyalty drivers to retain currents patient and obtain new patients to improve average daily prescription count and increase revenue.
  • Provide fast and friendly customer service to all CVS Pharmacy consumers through the intake, production and distribution of prescribed medications.
  • Completed CVS online training modules for new colleague compliance, confidentiality policy statement, and handling PHI and other confidential information.
  • Provided customer service for CVS patrons and pharmacy patients including performing direct client sales as well as prescription entry and verification.
  • Demonstrated and instructed new hires on the values of maintaining a good customer/patient relationship with all persons in CVS stores.
  • Access, input and retrieve information using the standard CVS pharmacy management software which coordinates patient records and billing insurance.
  • Inventory specialist CVS Pharmacy- Management * Maintaining a friendly work environment * Managing a staff of 8 people per shift.

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37. Medication Input Software

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Here's how Medication Input Software is used in Pharmacist Technician jobs:
  • Worked closely with pharmacists and use medication input software to safely and accurately enter new patient profile and prescriptions.
  • Assisted pharmacists and used medication input software to safely and accurately dispense medication while adhering to regulations
  • Utilized medication input software to safely and accurately dispense medication for preventative measures.
  • Updated all demographic and prescription information into medication input software system.
  • Used medication input software to safely and accurately dispense medication.
  • Worked closely with pharmacists and used medication input software.
  • Entered prescriptions into medication input software system.
  • Entered information into medication input software.
  • Completed medication input software updates with general safety procedures and HIPAA policies as it relates to the pharmacy.
  • Entered new prescriptions into the computer using medication input software.
  • Process prescriptions into the system by using medication input software.
  • Assisted Pharmacy Manager in inventory maintenance Worked closely with pharmacists and used medication input software to safely and accurately dispense medication.
  • Entered information into medication input software, maintaining precision to ensure patient safety.

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38. Pharmaceutical Preparations

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Here's how Pharmaceutical Preparations is used in Pharmacist Technician jobs:
  • Assisted Pharmacist* Operated Medicine-On-Time process* Mixed pharmaceutical preparations* Filled retail prescriptions and blister packs* Ran cash register and interacted with customers
  • Verified accuracy and completeness of information on prescription and refill requests; mixed various pharmaceutical preparations according to written prescriptions.
  • Mixed pharmaceutical preparations, according to written prescriptions, while also continuously taking notes for expiration dates.
  • Displayed great attention to detail by compounding pharmaceutical preparations according to written prescriptions and pharmaceutical supplies.
  • Processed medication orders and prescriptions; mixed pharmaceutical preparations, assisted in preparing and dispensing medication.
  • Prepare and dispense prescribed medicines and pharmaceutical preparations in accordance with federal and state regulations.
  • Mix pharmaceutical preparations according to Pharmaceutical guidelines, and doctor's instructions with proper labels.
  • Assisted pharmacists in preparation, dispensing, counting and delivery of pharmaceutical preparations.
  • Mixed pharmaceutical preparations, filled bottles with prescribed medications, and prepared labels.
  • Mix pharmaceutical preparations using sterile technique according to written prescriptions and JCAHO standards.
  • Performed IV preparations, and mixed various pharmaceutical preparations per written prescriptions.
  • Mixed pharmaceutical preparations, counted, poured, and measured medications properly.
  • Mix pharmaceutical preparations such as liquid compounding, according to written prescriptions.
  • Compound pharmaceutical preparations under the direct supervision of a registered pharmacist.
  • Mixed various intravenous and other pharmaceutical preparations according to written prescriptions.
  • Mixed pharmaceutical preparations according to written prescriptions, also refilled insulin syringes
  • Performed in the mixing of pharmaceutical preparations according to written prescriptions.
  • Mix pharmaceutical preparations according to written prescription and drug label information.
  • Mixed pharmaceutical preparations under the direction and supervision of the pharmacist.
  • Counted and prepared medications and mixed pharmaceutical preparations; dispensed prescriptions.

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39. OTC

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Here's how OTC is used in Pharmacist Technician jobs:
  • Reviewed and filled prescriptions, and provided customers with information regarding OTC medications.
  • Participated in yearly inventory of pharmacy's prescription and OTC medications.
  • Dispensed and delivered OTC medications to patients in satellite pharmacy locations.
  • Provided and clarified information about OTC medications and Nutritional Supplements
  • Provided top-notch customer service and demonstrated leadership skills.
  • Inventory OTC pharmaceuticals and order appropriate replacements.
  • Coordinated purchasing OTC and prescription medications.
  • Advised and counseled customers on over-the-counter (OTC) drugs and prescription drug self-administration, including potential interactions and side effects.
  • Maintained patient profiles, prepared insurance claim forms, and took inventory of prescription and over- the-counter (OTC) medications.
  • Counseled customers on prescription drugs, medical equipment, over-the-counter (OTC) drugs, and prescription drug plan coverage.
  • Helped the customers for pick up and drop off prescriptions as well as assisting with appropriate use of OTC drugs.
  • Assisted customers over the phone and in person with dropping off and picking up medications as well as OTC merchandise.
  • Help in the counseling of customers in person and over the phone regarding proper drug usage and recommend OTC products.
  • Assisted the pharmacists with checking in and pricing drug and OTC orders, third party transactions and relevant paperwork.
  • Perform general clerical duties, such as answering phones, operation cash register, helping patients find OTC products.
  • Received and stored incoming supplies, verified quantities on invoices, price stock and mark OTC items for sale.
  • Filled prescriptions written at the clinic pharmacy, entered prescription information, received and stocked inventory, organized OTC supplies
  • Assist customers with purchases of prescriptions, OTC remedies and products special-ordered that are not usually kept in stock.
  • Ring up customers and patients' picking up their prescription or those buying our over-the-counter products (OTC).
  • Conducted patient billing on prescription drugs, including OTC, Triplicate (controlled substance) drugs, Customer Services.

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40. Inventory Level

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Here's how Inventory Level is used in Pharmacist Technician jobs:
  • Optimized inventory levels, organized/prepared documentation and skillfully accommodated billion-dollar account.
  • Monitored inventory levels, placed orders, and processed returns based on computer-generated reports --Encouraged customer feedback to improve satisfaction.
  • Operate packaging machines, maintain pharmacy quality inventory, and determine inventory levels by forecasting supplies, demand or medication needed.
  • Maintain pharmacy inventory by checking pharmaceutical stock to determine inventory levels, removing outdated drugs and offering needed drugs and supplies.
  • Maintained and filed Physician's orders and prescriptions, pharmacy inventory records by checking pharmaceutical stock to determine inventory level.
  • Maintain pharmacy inventory by checking pharmaceutical stock to determine inventory level, verify invoices vs medications and removing outdated drugs.
  • Maintained pharmacy inventory by checking pharmaceutical stock to determine inventory level; verified receipt; removed outdated drugs from shelves.
  • Monitor pharmaceutical inventory in pharmacy and drug storage areas throughout the hospital to ensure proper storage conditions and inventory levels.
  • Maintained pharmacy inventory by checking pharmaceutical stock to determine inventory level; placing and expediting orders; verifying receipt.
  • Assist in maintenance of appropriate inventory levels by following established procedures for drug procurement, storage and distribution.
  • Maintain pharmacy inventory by checking pharmaceutical stock to determine inventory level, anticipating needed medications and placing orders.
  • Maintained pharmacy inventory by checking stock to determine inventory levels and anticipated new medications needed for patient care.
  • Keep appropriate, accurate and up to date records and documentation including maintaining proper inventory levels of medications.
  • Performed administrative duties such as answering phones, monitoring and maintaining inventory levels, and operating cash registers.
  • Maintain inventory by checking pharmaceutical stock to determine inventory level; removing outdated drugs; calculate medication quantity
  • Maintained pharmacy inventory by checking medical stock to determine inventory level and expecting needed medications and supplies.
  • Monitored stock inventory levels and medication expiration dates of pharmacy areas and replenished medications as needed.
  • Maintained pharmaceutical inventory levels, anticipated the necessity of medication and supplies; removed expired drugs.
  • Reviewed production orders, schedules, delivery dates and inventory levels to determine product availability.
  • Maintained appropriate medication, equipment and supplies inventory levels to minimize delays in customer service.

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41. TPN

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Here's how TPN is used in Pharmacist Technician jobs:
  • Help with medication preparations; pharmaceutical products and intravenous admixtures such as TPN compounding.
  • Prepare IV admixtures/TPN-total parental nutrition compounding using sterile technique and department guidelines.
  • Compounded patient-specific IV admixtures including chemotherapy, antibiotics, and TPN.
  • Worked side by side with Pharmacist and received certification in aseptic techniques needed to prepare TPN, IV and chemotherapy drugs.
  • Order entry, preparation of, and delivery of sterile IV preparations including Chemo preps, TPN's, Antibiotic IV
  • Calculate drug dosages needed to make such IV infusions as cardiac drips, chemotherapy infusions, TPN, and antibiotics.
  • Compounded and dispensed prescribed medications, drugs and other pharmaceuticals, including TPN, chemotherapy, TPA & narcotics.
  • Compounded sterile IV admixtures including TPN, chemotherapy, antibiotics, non-sterile to sterile preparations, and pain management.
  • Trained in IV room for IV's, Chemotherapy, and TPN's; restocked and inventory control.
  • Compounded all prescriptions, which included TPN Solutions and Chemotherapy Agents under the direct supervision of a pharmacist.
  • Assisted pharmacists by compounding drugs, mixing IVs, preparing TPN, dialysis solutions, and chemotherapy drugs.
  • Trained in the IV room to perform all sterile compounding; IV admixtures, TPN and hazardous drugs.
  • Compounded all IV medication for the hospital including important drips, TPN, PCA's and Chemotherapy medication.
  • Received training in the IV room, admixing of TPN, narcotics, chemo, etc.
  • Perform TPN, repackaging, restocking of medications, unit dose preparation, and IV preparation.
  • Compound IV's, TPN's, operate the PacMed machine and prepare Chemotherapy IV's.
  • Utilized aseptic techniques and special equipment in preparing TPN's (Total Peripheral Nutrition Bags).
  • Calculated doses and compounded TPN, chemotherapy, neonatal, antibiotic and various other IV therapies.
  • Assessed patients and wrote out TPN orders as needed, evaluated patients on a daily basis.
  • Prepared IV admixture (TPN's, IV piggybacks) under supervision of licensed pharmacist.

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42. Bulk Medicines

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Here's how Bulk Medicines is used in Pharmacist Technician jobs:
  • Answer phone calls, responding to questions or requested-pack bulk medicines and fill bottles with prescribed medication.
  • Prepackaged bulk medicines, filled bottles with prescribed medications* Answered telephones, responding to questions or requests.
  • Prepacked bulk medicines, filled bottles with prescribed medications, and maintained proper drug storage.
  • Prepackaged bulk medicines, filled bottles with prescribed medications, typed and affixed proper labels.
  • Prepacked bulk medicines, filled bottles with prescribed medications and affixed correct labels.
  • Prepared dose cards and repackaged bulk medicines for patients in long-term care facilities.
  • Repacked bulk medicines, filled bottles with prescribed medications, and labeled correctly.
  • Prepared bulk medicines, filled bottles and affixed labels to all specifications.
  • Packed bulk medicines, filled bottles with prescribed medications, typed/affixed labels.
  • Prepared bulk medicines, filled prescribed medications, typed and affix labels.
  • Prepare bulk medicines, filled bottles with prescribed medications taken by individuals.
  • Prepackaged bulk medicines, filled bottles with prescriptions, typed labels.
  • Prepacked bulk medicines, labeled medication bottles.
  • Guided pre-packing of bulk medicines and filled bottles with prescribed medications in accurately labeled bottles.
  • Assisted with Prepack bulk medicines, fill bottles with prescribed medications, and type affix labels along with restock IV boxes.
  • Answer telephones, responding to questions and requests Repack bulk medicines, fill prescribed medications as well as type and affix labels
  • Implemented all trouble shooting measures, calibrated cells, updated medication inventory and ordered bulk medicines.)
  • Typed, filled, and affixed labels of prescribed medications, to include pre-packed bulk medicines.
  • Pre-packed bulk medicines, filled bottles with prescribed medications, and typed/affixed labels to them accordingly.
  • Pre-packed bulk medicines, scanned bottles with corrected information, and typed and affixed labels.

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43. Pharmacy Staff

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Here's how Pharmacy Staff is used in Pharmacist Technician jobs:
  • Worked closely with pharmacy staff, facility administrators and physicians to troubleshoot insurance prior authorizations, reject errors, pricing errors.
  • Trained pharmacy staff, maintained Material Safety Data Sheets, and organized and restructured Authorized Hazardous Material Purchase List.
  • Partner with medical specialties and clinical pharmacy staff to formulate utilization management strategies leveraging pharmacy benefit design clinical programs.
  • Work collaboratively with pharmacists and other pharmacy staff to provide outstanding customer service in a busy retail pharmacy.
  • Worked collaboratively with the pharmacy staff to implement operational processes to improve the company's performance.
  • Performed data entry, prescription filling and inventory management assistance under supervision of Pharmacy staff.
  • Worked independently as well as collectively with pharmacy staff to ensure customer safety and satisfaction.
  • Provided technical support and assistance to pharmacy staff under supervision of a clinical pharmacist.
  • Communicated with customers, pharmaceutical companies, and pharmacy staff while utilizing pharmaceutical terminology.
  • Communicated effectively both orally and in writing with pharmacist and other pharmacy staff.
  • Provided administrative and technical assistance for pharmacist and professional pharmacy staff.
  • Worked alongside pharmacy staff to ensure prescriptions are processed timely.
  • Developed and implemented policies and procedures for specialty pharmacy staff.
  • Assisted pharmacy staff with processing and delivery of prescribed medications
  • Collaborated with pharmacy staff to provide excellent customer service.
  • Communicate effectively with all members of pharmacy staff.
  • Trained pharmacy staff to utilize pharmacy computer system.
  • Managed pharmacy staffing and discipline matters.
  • Provide temporary pharmacy staffing assistance.
  • Assist patients and answer any questions they may have or refer them to the nurse or pharmacy staff to help them.

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44. Intravenous Solutions

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Here's how Intravenous Solutions is used in Pharmacist Technician jobs:
  • Organized medications for pharmacist to dispense; prepared labels; calculated quantities; assembled intravenous solutions and other pharmaceutical therapies.
  • Read medication orders and prescriptions; preparing labels; calculating quantities; assembling intravenous solutions and other pharmaceutical therapies.
  • Assembled intravenous solutions and other pharmaceutical therapies for placed ordered and expedited orders to meet customer needs and demands.
  • Prepared intravenous solutions and medications for patients, prepared oral medications, and performed narcotics counts with pharmacists.
  • Organized medications to dispense as per medication orders and prepared labels, counted quantities, assembled intravenous solutions.
  • Organized medications by medication order and prescriptions, prepares labels, calculates quantities, and compounded intravenous solutions.
  • Add measured drugs or nutrients to intravenous solutions under sterile conditions to prepare intravenous packs under pharmacist supervision.
  • Prepared labels, calculating quantities and assembling intravenous solutions and related pharmaceutical therapy and provided costumer service.
  • Added drugs and nutrients to intravenous solutions under sterile conditions to prepare intravenous packs with pharmacist supervision.
  • Add measured drugs to intravenous solutions under pharmacist supervision Deliver medications and pharmaceutical supplies to nursing stations.
  • Prepared intravenous solutions and compounded medications as requested, on behalf of the attending pharmacist.
  • Prepared intravenous solutions including piggybacks, large volumes, and total parental nutrition solutions.
  • Calculated medication doses to prepare intravenous solutions under sterile conditions using Dose Edge.
  • Prepared different kinds of intravenous solutions by following protocol and using aseptic techniques.
  • Assisted pharmacists in perform compounding of intravenous solutions according to aseptic techniques.
  • Prepared intravenous solutions including chemotherapeutic agents using proper sterile and aseptic technique.
  • Assembled intravenous solutions using aseptic technique under a Laminar airflow hood.
  • Prepare intravenous solutions, Chemotherapy and TPN compounds using aseptic technique.
  • Prepared intravenous solutions, including chemotherapy, in the hospital pharmacy.
  • Prepared labels, calculated quantities, and assembled intravenous solutions.

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45. Billing Questions

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Here's how Billing Questions is used in Pharmacist Technician jobs:
  • Filled prescriptions, assisted customers with questions and concerns about medication, entered insurance and spoke with representatives with billing questions/coverage.
  • Assisted hospices' clients with special projects, billing questions, billing disputes, and any other tasks that required attention.
  • Assist customers by providing service about refill requests, questions on recently filled medications, or insurance billing questions.
  • Handled customer inquiries, complaints, billing questions and payment options through patients' insurances.
  • Act as point of contact for eligibility and third party billing questions and processes.
  • Resolved billing questions and disputes, initiated customer calls, and performed data- entry.
  • Assist with billing questions and communicate with nurses to better provide for patients.
  • Provided excellent customer service to clients with medications inquiries and billing questions.
  • Handled insurance billing questions, claims, authorizations and pricing estimates.
  • Answer billing questions and explain billing statements as needed.
  • Assisted customers by contacting insurance companies on billing questions.
  • Answered billing questions from coworkers and anyone who inquired.
  • Handle patient inquiries, complaints, billing questions.
  • Assisted customers with insurance billing questions.
  • Input prescription and insurance information Answered billing questions, contact with insurance companies, etc.

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46. Customer Questions

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Here's how Customer Questions is used in Pharmacist Technician jobs:
  • Filled prescriptions; operate cash register; provide customer service by answering customer questions and assisting customers to locate over-the-counter medications.
  • Handle administrative duties efficiently, e.g., answering phones, accessing customer information for pharmacist-to-customer questions/consultations, and processing new customers.
  • Serve as a Customer Service Representative, answering customer questions regarding medication identification, and information on over the counter drugs.
  • Communicated regularly with physicians, nurses, insurance companies, and managed care organization, while receptively answering any customer questions.
  • Handle numerous administrative functions, including answering phones, providing succinct answers to customer questions/requests and providing outstanding customer service.
  • Dispensed medications * Addressed customer questions and relayed them accurately to the pharmacist * Processed numerous incoming calls politely and efficiently
  • Leveraged outstanding interpersonal skills to deliver exceptional customer service; processed prescriptions and responded to customer questions.
  • Assisted pharmacist in filing prescriptions, resolving insurance claims and answering customer questions while maintaining patient confidentiality.
  • Practiced strong customer service and communication skills to ensure satisfaction and resolve customer questions and concerns.
  • Provide courteous in-person and phone-based customer service when fulfilling prescription requests and customer questions / concerns.
  • Answered customer questions regarding medications, which demonstrated thorough product knowledge and excellent customer service.
  • Filled customers prescriptions, answered customer questions about medication and over the counter medication.
  • Answered any customer questions pertaining to medication and ensured they were receiving proper prescription.
  • Resolved customer questions and concerns through effective communication with pharmacy technicians and pharmacists.
  • Answered customer questions regarding prescriptions, consults with customers regarding medication.
  • Assisted pharmacists in filling prescriptions and answering customer questions.
  • Resolved insurance issues and referred customer questions to pharmacists.
  • Utilized computerized files to respond to customer questions.
  • Listen to customer questions/concerns and resolve with understanding.
  • Process point-of-sale transactions and answer customer questions.

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47. Insurance Rejections

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Here's how Insurance Rejections is used in Pharmacist Technician jobs:
  • Promoted to position as an Exception Handler processing 3rd party rejections effectively resolving insurance rejections and other billing issues.
  • Transcribed prescriptions in the system and verified various insurance plans handling insurance rejections and communicating outcomes to patients.
  • Entered new prescription orders through insurance adjudication and effectively resolved insurance rejections or any other billing issues.
  • Provided customer service to patients by filling their medications, billing their insurances/ solving any insurance rejections.
  • Coordinate patient care by maintaining accurate health records and effectively resolves insurance rejections and other billing issues.
  • Order entry and prescription filling * Troubleshooting insurance rejections and reconciling * Customer service
  • Coordinate patient information ; resolve third party insurance rejections and verify insurance coverage.
  • Resolve insurance rejections by calculating days of supply and contacting insurance companies.
  • Processed insurance rejections, prior authorization, and workers compensation requests.
  • Resolve insurance rejections including invalid coverage and refill too soon.
  • Resolved multifaceted medical insurance rejections as a Resolution Specialist.
  • Resolved insurance rejections while preparing medications for patients.
  • Resolve insurance rejections and other billing issues effectively.
  • Manage insurance rejections and prior authorizations.
  • Discussed insurance rejections with patients.
  • Answer phones, call insurances, fix insurance rejections, type and fill prescriptions, clean work area, cash out customers
  • Resolve all insurance rejections as they come up and call and get whatever information is necessary to process claims.
  • Enter prescription data, fill prescriptions, answer phone calls, resolve insurance rejections, cash register, drug inventory
  • Resolve Third Party insurance rejections and perform all register transactions to include cash, check charge transactions and refunds.
  • Filled and dispensed an average of 800 prescriptions a day, effectively resolved insurance rejections and other billing issues.

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48. Providers

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Here's how Providers is used in Pharmacist Technician jobs:
  • Communicate daily with various health insurance providers and health care professionals regarding prescription details, approved substitutes, and payment information.
  • Provided patients and medical providers with excellent customer service which includes processing drug prescriptions, billing inquiries and patient correspondence.
  • Completed technical aspects of prescription preparation, completed data entry into computer database and submitted electronic claims to insurance providers.
  • Communicated with patients, physician office personnel, and insurance providers regarding patient coverage and potential adverse reactions to medications.
  • Established criteria and guidelines, received and processed prior authorization requests made by providers and members for medications.
  • Reviewed and resolved prior authorizations by interacting with insurance providers and other medical professionals regarding billing and documentation.
  • Assisted health care providers and patients by providing exceptional customer service in person and via telephonic communication.
  • Investigated suspicious prescriptions Managed prescriptions in a timely, consistent, and accurate manner Conferred with insurance providers
  • Provide quality customer service to health care providers and patients and ensure availability and delivery of medications.
  • Communicate with customers, insurance providers and other medical professionals in a pleasant and professional manner.
  • Ensured quality care through informing military and civilian providers on medication regimens, capabilities and interactions.
  • Contacted insurance providers to verify correct insurance information and get authorization for proper billing codes.
  • Assisted providers in administrating medications necessary to maintain 100% compliance with Navy requirements.
  • Prepare insurance claims, verify coverage with providers and contact patient regarding their insurance
  • Interacted daily with insurance providers and physicians to ensure patient entitlements are received.
  • Communicated with insurance providers via phone or email regarding prescription authorizations and coverage.
  • Process insurance claims and interact with third party providers concerning billing/reimbursement issues.
  • Assist pharmacists in obtaining necessary information to contact providers for new prescriptions.
  • Correspond efficiently and accurately with third- party insurance providers to obtain payment.
  • Interacted with providers and other medical professionals regarding patient medication history.

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49. Prescription Drop-Off

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Here's how Prescription Drop-Off is used in Pharmacist Technician jobs:
  • Dispensed and delivered patient medications to patients throughout the hospital -Provided friendly customer service at prescription drop-off and pick-up counters.
  • Responsibilities-Provided great customer service at prescription drop-off and pick-up counters-Verified patient data and billing information-Strictly maintained customer and patient confidentiality
  • Supported pharmacological services by stocking, assembling and distributing medications; assisted patients during prescription drop-off and medication pick-up.
  • Provided friendly customer service at prescription drop-off and pick-up counters, while strictly maintaining customer and patient confidentiality.
  • Provided friendly customer service at prescription drop-off and pick-up counters and resolved 3rd party rejections accordingly.
  • Checked patients' personal information and entered into computer database at prescription drop-off.
  • Process prescription drop-off orders under direct supervision of pharmacist.
  • Provided friendly customer service at prescription drop-off/pick-up counters.
  • Accepted patient information during prescription drop-offs.
  • Provide friendly customer service at prescription drop-off and pick-up counters, also verifying and updating patient information and insurance.
  • Managed prescription drop-off and pick-up; verified insurance plans, and ran sales for front-end of pharmacy.
  • Maintain constant communication with the customers and enhance their shopping experience at prescription drop-off and pick-up counters.
  • Provided friendly customer service at prescription drop-off and pick-up counters, while maintaining inventory and purchase orders.
  • Provided friendly customer service at prescription drop-off, pick- up counters, as well as drive-up window.
  • Answered the phone, handled prescription drop-offs and pick-ups, cashiered, worked the drive-through, filed medication
  • Provided friendly customer service at prescription drop-off and pick-up counters and selected twice as employee of month.
  • Provide friendly customer service at prescription drop-off and pick-up counters, as well as over the phone.
  • Operated prescription drop-off and production stations within the pharmacy under direct supervision of the pharmacist.
  • Entered new prescriptions from patients at prescription drop-off and added new patients when necessary.
  • Assisted customers with prescription drop-off, pick-up, and other pharmacy-related concerns.

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50. Medicaid

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Here's how Medicaid is used in Pharmacist Technician jobs:
  • Worked with customers under Medicare and Medicaid seeking additional information regarding their prescriptions; specifically any allergies in assigned patient profiles.
  • Maintain current knowledge of Medicare, Medicaid and managed care regulations regarding coverage guidelines and reimbursement in order to qualify patients.
  • Assisted potential Medicare recipients to file for Medicare and/or Medicaid through internet * Made cash/credit card transactions for customers
  • Verified patient pharmaceutical coverage with insurance companies such as Medicaid, Medicare, and most insurance information.
  • Analyzed and processed approximately eighty to one hundred medical prior authorization requests for Medicaid insurance per day.
  • Secured potential pharmacies for warehouse distribution customers, acquired medicaid provider enrollment contracts from various states.
  • Ensured proper billing of prescriptions through both private and public insurance agencies including Medicare/Medicaid.
  • Have an intimate knowledge of issues and billing related to medicare/medicaid and medical insurance.
  • Verified Medicare Insurance coverage, Mississippi Medicaid and Arkansas Medicaid via appropriate websites.
  • Investigated suspicious queries by asking companies to provide documentation on suspected Medicaid fraud.
  • Filed necessary documents on behalf of the patient for verification of Medicaid eligibility.
  • Analyzed and processed Medicaid pharmacy prior authorization requests utilizing NC Tracks web portal.
  • Processed claims for private insurance and governmental supplemental programs like Medicare and Medicaid.
  • Called and verify insurance coverage to various insurance carriers(Medicare/Medicaid/private).
  • Gained knowledge and understanding of Medicare and Medicaid prescription drug coverage guidelines.
  • Process Medicare and Medicaid coverage determination requests timely according to department standards.
  • Serviced multiple Medicaid and Medicare plans and assisted with Prior authorizations.
  • Processed Prior Authorizations for North Carolina and Texas State Medicaid Recipients.
  • Insured compliance with aspects of specialty insurance including Medicare and Medicaid.
  • Worked with several insurance companies to ensure payment for Medicare/Medicaid items.

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20 Most Common Skill for a Pharmacist Technician

Assist Pharmacist24.2%
Customer Service12.5%
Filling Prescriptions12.4%
Insurance Companies10.1%
Pharmacy Technician5.4%
Data Entry4.9%
IV3.8%
Patient Care3.8%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Pharmacist Technician

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
Assist Pharmacist
Assist Pharmacist
19.5%
19.5%
2
2
Customer Service
Customer Service
10.1%
10.1%
3
3
Filling Prescriptions
Filling Prescriptions
10%
10%
4
4
Insurance Companies
Insurance Companies
8.1%
8.1%
5
5
Pharmacy Technician
Pharmacy Technician
4.3%
4.3%
6
6
Data Entry
Data Entry
4%
4%
7
7
IV
IV
3.1%
3.1%
8
8
Patient Care
Patient Care
3.1%
3.1%
9
9
Phone Calls
Phone Calls
2.8%
2.8%
10
10
New Patient Profiles
New Patient Profiles
2.4%
2.4%
11
11
Pharmacy Inventory
Pharmacy Inventory
1.7%
1.7%
12
12
Pyxis
Pyxis
1.6%
1.6%
13
13
Computer System
Computer System
1.5%
1.5%
14
14
Medication Orders
Medication Orders
1.5%
1.5%
15
15
Drug Inventory
Drug Inventory
1.5%
1.5%
16
16
Dispense Medications
Dispense Medications
1.2%
1.2%
17
17
Storage Areas
Storage Areas
1.1%
1.1%
18
18
Inventory Control
Inventory Control
1.1%
1.1%
19
19
Inventory Management
Inventory Management
1%
1%
20
20
Security Conditions
Security Conditions
1%
1%
21
21
RX
RX
0.9%
0.9%
22
22
Pharmaceutical Stock
Pharmaceutical Stock
0.9%
0.9%
23
23
Prescription Refills
Prescription Refills
0.9%
0.9%
24
24
Drug Therapy
Drug Therapy
0.9%
0.9%
25
25
Hipaa
Hipaa
0.9%
0.9%
26
26
Medication Information
Medication Information
0.8%
0.8%
27
27
Insurance Issues
Insurance Issues
0.8%
0.8%
28
28
Hippa
Hippa
0.8%
0.8%
29
29
Simple Questions
Simple Questions
0.8%
0.8%
30
30
Aseptic Technique
Aseptic Technique
0.8%
0.8%
31
31
High Volume
High Volume
0.7%
0.7%
32
32
Patient Medications
Patient Medications
0.7%
0.7%
33
33
File Prescriptions
File Prescriptions
0.7%
0.7%
34
34
Affix Labels
Affix Labels
0.6%
0.6%
35
35
Individual Patients
Individual Patients
0.6%
0.6%
36
36
CVS
CVS
0.6%
0.6%
37
37
Medication Input Software
Medication Input Software
0.6%
0.6%
38
38
Pharmaceutical Preparations
Pharmaceutical Preparations
0.6%
0.6%
39
39
OTC
OTC
0.5%
0.5%
40
40
Inventory Level
Inventory Level
0.5%
0.5%
41
41
TPN
TPN
0.5%
0.5%
42
42
Bulk Medicines
Bulk Medicines
0.5%
0.5%
43
43
Pharmacy Staff
Pharmacy Staff
0.5%
0.5%
44
44
Intravenous Solutions
Intravenous Solutions
0.5%
0.5%
45
45
Billing Questions
Billing Questions
0.5%
0.5%
46
46
Customer Questions
Customer Questions
0.5%
0.5%
47
47
Insurance Rejections
Insurance Rejections
0.4%
0.4%
48
48
Providers
Providers
0.4%
0.4%
49
49
Prescription Drop-Off
Prescription Drop-Off
0.4%
0.4%
50
50
Medicaid
Medicaid
0.4%
0.4%

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