The primary function of the Pharmacist-in-Charge (PIC), is the responsibility for the legal operation of the pharmacy, including meeting all inspection and other requirements of state and federal regulations governing the practice of pharmacy. The PIC may advise the operations team on administrative or operational concerns.
•Manage all records of transactions within the pharmacy in order to maintain accurate control over all pharmaceutical materials and ensures adherence with applicable state and federal laws and rules •Responsible for maintaining, reporting, and submitting all records for the dispensing of controlled substances to each state when required. •Supervise the system established to assure maintenance of effective controls against the theft or diversion of prescription drugs and records for such. •Coordinate with the corporate legal team to ensure the pharmacy’s licensure with various state pharmacy boards is maintained and monitor licensure requirements •Ensure policies and procedures regarding the maintenance of records in the data processing system such that system is in compliance with board of pharmacy requirements. •Responsible for pharmacy accredidations, including but not limited to, VIPPS and URAC accredidation. •Provide regulatory direction and education to staff •Ensure an education and training program is established and followed for pharmacy technicians and pharmacists •Interface with clients and members on an as needed basis to ensure key safety, quality, and compliance issues are addressed •Develop relationships with pharmacy colleges. Develop and oversee the Pharmacist Intern Program with the colleges of pharmacy •Partner with the operations management and Quality Department to regularly review production processes in an effort to ensure continuous quality improvement. This includes participation/leading of Peer Review committees. •Regularly attend the pharmacy board meeting and act as a liaison between/among parties •Participate in monthly software update meetings to understand any potential impacts to regulatory issues • Responsible for reviewing and approving updates to Pharmacy Standard Operating Procedures to ensure compliance with pharmacy regulations •Responsible for inbound/outbound pharmacy prescription transfers with incoming/outgoing clients •Lead/participate in special projects as assigned •Other duties as assigned
•PharmD or Bachelor of Science Pharmacy degree •Current pharmacist license in good standing with the Florida Board of Pharmacy •Must have current pharmacist licensure or obtain pharmacist licensure in the required states and any future required states. Currently the following states are required: •Arizona •Arkansas •Idaho (Registration in lieu of Licensure) •Kentucky •Louisiana •Maryland •Nebraska •Oregon •Tennessee •5 plus years experience working as a pharmacist •1-3 years leadership experience
•1-3 years experience working as a Pharmacist-in Charge •Prior experience in mail service or retail pharmacy setting •Proficient computer and mathematical skills •Excellent oral and written communication skills •Effective leadership skills •Excellent problem solving skills •Ability to work in a fast paced environment and manage multiple tasks simultaneously
Prime Therapeutics' fast-paced and dynamic work environment is ideal for proactively addressing the constant changes in today's health care industry. Our employees are involved, empowered, and rewarded for their achievements. We value new ideas and work collaboratively to provide the highest quality of care and service to our members.
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