Hospital Director of Pharmacy

As a Cardinal Health Director of Pharmacy you will oversee all pharmacy operations including planning, organizing, controlling, and supervising activities, according to hospital policies, standards of practice of the profession, and state and federal laws. You will recommend innovations in the practice and function of the pharmacy to hospital administration and carry out mutually agreed upon programs. Accountabilities: Develops and enforces policies and procedures that promote cost-effective, appropriate, and safe medication use. Develops and maintains a medical staff-approved formulary. Supervises medication storage and preparation areas throughout the facility. Provides for the educational needs of health care professionals, patients, and their families. Ensures maintenance of an adequate medication supply. Ensures the integrity of the medication supply. Establishes specifications for the procurement of medications, chemicals, and biologicals. Ensures strict control and accountability for medications dispensed to patients or distributed to floor stock. Assures adequate control and documentation of controlled substances. Ensures applicable continuing education records and licensure are maintained in department files. Supervises all pharmacy personnel and recruits, interviews, promotes, disciplines, and terminates pharmacy staff. Develops job descriptions and performance standards.  Evaluates and counsels staff on their performance. Prepares work schedules and monitors workload statistics.  Maintains an appropriate staffing level. Provides for the educational needs of the pharmacy staff. Prepares a pharmacy budget annually.  Reviews monthly financialstatistics and plans expenditures within budget guidelines. Monitors and justifies all expenses exceeding budgeted targets. Ensures preparation and submission of patient charges and financialreports to administration in accordance with policy. Administers reports, documents, payroll records, statistical surveys, and other required data. Ensures compliance with health system policies and procedures that apply to pharmacy services.  Ensures compliance with all applicable federal, state, and local laws, rules, and regulations. Qualifications Bachelors degree in pharmacy required PharmD preferred 3-5 years related pharmacy experience Ability to develop, implement and lead all aspects of pharmacy operation What is expected of you and others at this level Manages department operations and supervises professional employees, frontline supervisors and/or business support staff Participates in the development of policies and procedures to achieve specific goals Ensures employees operate within guidelines Decisions have a short term impact on work processes, outcomes, and customers Interacts with subordinates, peer customers and suppliers at various management levels may interact with senior management Interactions normally involves resolution of issues related to operations and/or projects Gains consensus from various parties involved 20039894
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
Less than 5 years

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