The Clinical Specialist I performs fundamental clinical pharmacy duties enabling the delivery of optimal pharmacotherapy to patients and facilitates safe, efficacious, and pharmacoeconomically rational use of medications in the population(s) served.
he Clinical Services Specialist will be both an educator and a quality outcomes specialist covering specific regions; assisting in preceptor training programs and training teammates, management, and patients.
The Clinical Specialist II performs advanced clinical pharmacist duties enabling the delivery of optimal pharmacotherapy to patients and facilitate safe, efficacious, and pharmacoeconomically rational use of medications in the population(s) served.
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