COE Pharmacis

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COE Pharmacis

Some responsibilities include:

Essential Duties:

• Provide patient care activities to ensure safe and effective drug therapy

• Be of service to patients, physicians, nurses and other pharmacists

• Maintain and improve job knowledge, skills and competence

• Practice and adhere to “Code of Conduct” philosophy and “Mission and Value Statement”

• Perform duties in accordance with specific standards of care as evidenced by completion of competency
skills checklist

• Articulate daily activities that support continuous quality improvement of patient care

• Prepare written or oral report at change of shift to communicate incomplete assignments and potential

patient safety concerns to monitor in order to ensure continuity of medication therapy

• Demonstrate knowledge and mastery of required job functions, internal communications and operating

• Accurately enter orders in the computer in a timely manner

• Support and assist in meeting departmental goals for order entry and clinical programs

• Ensure facility procedures are followed when non-formulary drugs, target drugs, restricted drugs and
investigational drugs are ordered

• Initiate change in assignments based on workload and resources available

• Demonstrate proficiency in computer order entry and related computer functions

• Screen for drug interactions, allergies, order duplications, appropriate diagnosis, renal and liver function
prior to order entry

• Assure facility queues are addressed in a timely manner

• Investigate and report adverse drug events and medication incidents

• Facilitate dissemination of drug information in a timely manner to achieve high quality, cost effective,

positive therapeutic outcomes when consulted

• Review and interpret all physician orders received, using the patient profile

• Monitor for incompatibilities, concentration and rate on intravenous drugs

• Participate in the maintenance of continuous quality improvement program

• Assist in the development and review of COE protocols

• Document clinical interventions and follow-up when indicated

• Assess orders for age-specific appropriateness from neonatal through geriatric

• Follow CSC pharmacy policies and procedures


• Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college of pharmacy
• Pharm.D. preferred

• One (1) year hospital experience preferred
• Meditech preferred

• Appropriate State Pharmacy License(s)

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