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Manager, Pharmacy Operations, Health Solutions in Houston, TX

Memorial Hermann

Houston, TX 77002
7w ago




Less than 5 years

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Job Summary

The Manager of Clinical Pharmacy Operations is responsible to assist the Director of Pharmacy Utilization Management in the development, implementation, management, evaluation, and promotion of pharmacy services designed to provide timely, cost-effective, and safe and effective use of medications for patients. The position is a member of the Pharmacy leadership team within the Health Plan and will report to the Director of Pharmacy Utilization Management.

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Minimum Qualifications

Education: Doctorate of Pharmacy degree preferred; Bachelor of Science with equivalent pharmacy experience orclinically oriented; Master of Science degree accepted

Licenses/Certifications: Current, unrestricted Pharmacist license in the State of Texas

Experience / Knowledge / Skills:

  • Three (3) years experience working in a managed care setting with formularies, drug utilization review, utilization management and clinica
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Valid through: 2020-2-18

About Memorial Hermann

Memorial Hermann Health System is the largest not-for-profit health system in southeast Texas and consists of 16 hospitals, 8 Cancer Centers, 3 Heart & Vascular Institutes, and 27 sports medicine and rehabilitation centers, in addition to other outpatient and rehabilitation centers. It was formed in the late 1990s when the Memorial and Hermann systems joined. Both the Memorial and Hermann health care systems started in the early 1900s. The administration is housed in the new Memorial Hermann Tower, along with the existing System Services Tower (formerly called the North Tower), of the Memorial Hermann Memorial City Medical Center. Memorial Hermann–Texas Medical Center (formerly known as Hermann Hospital before the 1997 merger with Memorial Health Care System) was opened in 1925. It was the first of two hospitals with a Level I trauma center rating to be located in Houston, Texas inside the Texas Medical Center. It is the flagship of a large system of hospitals and clinics located in and around the greater Houston area, in various neighborhoods as well as some suburbs. The different hospitals are distinguished by further designation indicating their location. (Texas Medical Center, Northwest, Southwest, Woodlands, etc.) The hospital system has been headed by some of the most affluent leaders in healthcare including Dan Wolterman as well as the current President & CEO Dr. Benjamin K. Chu. The Memorial Hospital System was started in 1907 by The Rev. Dennis Pevoto who purchased an 18-bed sanitarium in downtown Houston, calling it the Baptist Sanatorium. By the time he retired, it had become Memorial Hospital System, a 200-bed facility. Prominent local businessman George H. Hermann died in 1914, leaving a large portion of his $2.6m estate for building and maintaining a hospital for the poor and sick of Houston.[citation needed] The City of Houston annexed the site of Hermann Hospital in 1922, adding about 1,000 acres (400 ha) of land to the city limits. Hermann Hospital opened its doors in 1925, it also started a school of nursing that same year.
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