Cancer Care Centers of Brevard is part of The US Oncology Network, which has more than 1,400 affiliated physicians with expertise in medical oncology, hematology, radiation oncology, gynecologic oncology, urology, oncology surgery and other specialties at more than 400 sites of care in 26 states, treating over 1.1 million patients annually.
For over 25 years, our mission has been to provide a compassionate setting for patients and their families while offering State-of-the Art cancer treatment. We believe in the dignity of all patients living with cancer and respect their physical, emotional and spiritual needs. At Cancer Care Centers of Brevard, we have the experience, clinical expertise and State-of-the-Art technology to treat most major adult cancers.
We have an immediate opening for a Mgr., Pharmacy Services to join our team.
SCOPE: Oversees pharmacy operations to ensure pharmacy requirements are met. Oversees department job functions and ensures department operates within budget. Establishes and implements departmental policies and procedures. Initiates and follows quality assurance and safety policies and procedures. Consults with physicians and other clinicians to provide expertise on all pharmacy related issues. Analyzes and reports pharmacological and disease management information. Provides hematology/oncology clinical analysis expertise to physicians and clinical staff. Conducts pharmacoeconomic and outcomes research. Supports and adheres to the US Oncology Compliance Program, to include the Code of Ethics and Business Standards.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
-Researches and performs critical and statistical analysis of medical and scientific evidence as the basis for disease management guidelines and pharmacoeconomic comparisons of cancer therapies and regimens. -In coordination with the Corporate Office, develops pharmacoeconomic models for cancer treatment alternatives for case rating, capitation forecasts, and cost of goods sold reductions.? -Develops and directs the implementation of Drug Management. -Process Improvement Program for assigned network. Coordinates Disease Management partnership implementation and follow-up. -Oversees pharmacy services in accordance with governmental, legal requirements, and other regulatory standards. -Develops departmental goals and objectives in consultation with administration. Establishes and implements departmental policies and procedures. -Prepares budget and financial reports. Monitors the allocation of resources. Monitors and informs staff of new drug regulations. -Establishes charging and billing procedures. Assumes responsibility for dispensing all medications. Establishes drug control procedures. -Develops drug purchasing systems. Resolves internal coordination problems and analyzes various operating reports. -Takes corrective action as necessary. Manages the selection and training/orientation of departmental personnel. -Initiates and promotes staff development. Assures proper training of all admixture technicians and pharmacists. -Assumes overall responsibility for pharmacy inventory, assuring proper inventory levels, pricing, drug outages, recalls, etc. -Evaluates performance and recommends merit increases, promotions, and disciplinary actions. Review departmental performance and ensures compliance with accreditation, quality assurance, legal and other regulatory requirements. -Acts as education resource and consults with medical staff. Participates in pharmacy teaching and in-service programs. -Collects data, prepares reports, answers correspondence, and compiles statistics for administrative and regulatory purposes. -Maintains confidentially of all information related to patients and medical staff. Performs all functions required of Pharmacist and Technicians as required. -Manages the activities of pharmacy staff including Registered Pharmacists and Pharmacy Technicians.
Bachelors degree from an accredited school of pharmacy and current state licensure. Minimum five years experience as a registered pharmacist, with at least two years prior supervisory and management experience. Five years experience in a pharmacy with I.V. skills. Oncology background preferred. Prior experience in pharmacy management. Must possess current Pharmacist licensure in state of practice.
The US Oncology Network is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability or protected veteran status.
Internal Number: MCKEA00878102
About New York Oncology Hematology
New York Oncology Hematology (NYOH) is the leading provider of community-based cancer care and blood disorder services. With seven convenient locations in Albany, Amsterdam, Clifton Park in Saratoga County, Hudson, Rexford and Troy, our team of 32 physicians and 350 cancer care specialists see more than 100,000 cancer visits a year.
NYOH has always been at the forefront of cancer care. More than 30 years ago, we began as the region’s first oncology practice in a community setting (outside a hospital). A few years later, we offered the first radiation treatment outside a hospital setting.
Today, we continue our commitment of providing world class care, close to home. We offer the region’s largest clinical research and drug trial operation, only stem cell transplant program and only neuro-oncology care. We recently brought the first Varian Truebeam Radiotherapy System to our new practice: Clifton Park in Saratoga County.
Our medical staff includes 32 board certified physicians who specialize in the care of patients with cancer (medical oncology and radiation oncology) and blood-related disorders (hematology). With a patient care team of more than 350 oncology certified nurse...s, pharmacists, laboratory technologists, radiation therapists and support personnel, we are able to provide the personal level of care our patients need during treatment.