Must be able to perform the professional, clinical and or technical competencies of the assigned unit or department.
Participates in establishing the system-wide vision and strategy for pharmacy automation and information technology. Plans for current and future information requirements and evaluates and provides recommendations on a broad range of hardware and software products for applicability, compatibility, safety, efficiency, and long-range integration with other systems.
Act as primary liaison between Department of Pharmacy and other health care professionals with respect to pharmacy information technology and automation issues.
Serves as the liaison and provides input to Pharmacy Administrative team from the computer system standpoint regarding any proposed operational, clinical, or policy changes.
Maintains current industry knowledge and trends, attending educational events, acquiring certification, and participating in committee work as appropriate.
At least 5 years' experience in clinical pharmacy or 2 years hospital pharmacy experience AND 1 year experience in a position similar to an Informatics Pharmacist.
Proficient in MS Access
Completion of an accredited pharmacy residency
Membership in national pharmacy organizations
The ideal candidate has a Doctor of Pharmacy degree and has completed a pharmacy practice residency or has related practice experience.
Job ID: 10117835