Description: Develops, implements, and evaluates regional clinical pharmacy programs for patients, providers, and pharmacists. Maintains a clinical pharmacy practice to impact patients at high risk for drug-related problems in area of expertise. Educates providers, pharmacists and other health care professionals. Makes members/patients and their needs a primary focus of one's actions; develops and sustains productive member/patient relationships. Maintains knowledge of and assures departmental compliance with Kaiser Permanente-s Principles of Responsibility and policies and procedures, and applicable regulatory requirements and accreditation standards.
- Develops and maintains a clinical pharmacy practice that includes: Drug therapy consultations for members and healthcare providers; Participation in drug use initiatives; Provides continuing education and staff development in-services for pharmacists, physicians, and other health care providers; Provides drug information to health care providers and members; Critically reviews medical literature to provide updates on drug therapy.
- Participates in local, regional and interregional committees as appropriate.
- Precepts pharmacy students and residents.
- Develops and participates in research activities.
- At least one (1) of the following: PGY2 residency or fellowship (Board Certification required within three (3) years of employment) OR PGY1 residency and a minimum three (3) years of clinical experience (in related field) and board certification OR no residency and a minimum five (5) years of clinical experience (in related field) and board certification.
- Doctor of pharmacy degree.
Licenses, Certifications, Registrations
- Colorado Pharmacy License or eligible for licensure in Colorado.
- Board certification required within three (3) years of employment if previous experience includes PGY2 residency or fellowship.
- Board certification required immediately if previous experience does not include PGY2 residency or fellowship.
Job Number: 628412