02 Dec 2024
Wisconsin, Hayward, 54843 Hayward USA


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JOB REQUIREMENTS: Conducts authorized outpatient pharmacy clinics for

examination, diagnosis and treatment of specialized clinic patients.

Obtains the relevant health history; follows and adjusts the developed

treatment plan; and monitors the patient's outcome to the prescribed

treatment plan. Attends multi-disciplinary rounds to provide

pharmacy-related input for patients' therapeutic plans. Follow up on

recommendations made and adjusts as necessary. Responds to Codes Blue,

Plans, reviews and maintains emergency drugs for emergency situations.

Document all clinical activities, update problem lists, and update

medication allergy information in the medical records. Participates in

pandemic and/or disaster drills that LCO-CHC has elected to take part in

and including responding to actual disaster events. Reviews outpatient

medical records for safety, appropriateness and effectiveness of drug

therapy with regard patient-specific factors (i.e. age, organ function,

disease state). Consults with medical staff when concerns arise.

Collaborates with nursing to evaluate medication use in all age groups.

Provide pharmaceutical services to focus on therapeutic drug monitoring.

Analyze medication regimens to ensure the most effective, least toxic,

and most economical treatment plan to enforce and enhance the role of

Pharmacy as an active member of the health care team based on current

clinical knowledge. Provides medication therapy management services for

specialized pharmacy-based clinics. Utilizes the relative health history

and performs limited physical assessment related to the specialized

pharmacy clinics. Distinguishes between normal and abnormal findings to

recognize early stages of serious physical, emotional and mental

problems. Medications may be monitored, titrated and/or altered per

specialized pharmacy clinic guidelines; therefore, prescriptions may be

initiated, canceled, renewed and/or written to change doses. May order

and interpret laboratory tests as appropriate for specialized pharmacy

clinics and monitoring Inpatient pharmacotherapy. Participate, assess,

prioritize, plan and implement interventions for specialized medication

therapy management pharmacy clinics in accordance with facility,

departmental policies and with the standards of professional pharmacy

practice. Participates in providing education to the service population

regarding the IHS and the LCO-CHC mission and service availability to

the various communities and on an annual basis assist in implementing a

program to educate the community about the mission and services

available. Develop, implement and establish new specialized

pharmacy-based clinics as needed and assigned to provide clinical

services for the service population. Develops and implements clinical

services quality assurance activities as assigned by using predetermined

established AAAHC standards. Works with established Quality Assurance

improvement committee groups to establish, implement and coordinate

service unit wide quality assurance programs. Responsible, in

conjunction with the Director of Pharmacy Services, for managing costs

affecting the specialized pharmacy-based clinics. Incorporate the

Medical Home Model approach for patient care. Reporting of Adverse

Incidents. Perform other duties as assigned by the Pharmacy Director.


Bachelor of Pharmacy degree from a school recognized by the American

Council of Pharmaceutical Education Certification Must have a current

valid and unrestricted WI license to practice pharmacy Board of Pharmacy

Specialties certification is preferred Must have a current valid Basic

Life Support (BLS) Certification Possess basic computer skills;

Experience in the Electronic Health Record systems required Possess

strong oral presentation skills; Must be loyal and ethical individual;

Be able to pass a background check Be able to pass pre-e ployment and

random drug testing Valid WI driver's license Vehicle Insurance Ability

to maintain confidentiality and observe all requirements of the Federal

Privacy Act and HIPAA regulations. APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS:

Fax a Rsum: 715-634-6107 Apply In Person: Lac Courte Oreilles Community

Health Center 13380 W Trepania Road Hayward, WI. 54843 Mail a Rsum: Lac

Courte Oreilles Community Health Center Attn: Human Resource Director

13380 W Trepania Road Hayward, WI. 54843 E-Mail a Rsum: Call For Appointment: 715-638-5100 E-Mail a Work

Application: Other: There are five possible ways to

apply for this position: 1 - Apply in person at the address above. 2 -

Mail a resume to the address above. 3 - Fax a resume to 715-634-6107 4 -

Email a resume to Or, 5 - Call for an appointment to

715-638-5134. This job is with a Native American tribal business or is

located on tribally owned lands. Laws governing employment may differ

from the State of Wisconsin's. You may wish to discuss this with the

employer before accepting the position.

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