$200K — $250K *
The Organization is seeking a highly motivated, self-starter who is looking for a challenging career with a fast-growing organization in the specialty pharmacy management services space. Applicant must have experience working in a clinical setting, and ideally hold a Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD),BS in Pharmacy, or other former clinical credential (e.g., RN, MD). In addition, this individual must have sound business acumen capable of identifying opportunities, developing action plans and delivering results. Applicant should have a positive outlook and a clear focus on high quality. A natural forward-planner who critically assesses own performance. Mature, credible, well-presented, professional and comfortable in dealing with others both in-person and on the phone. Critical to this position is a person who is able to work well under deadlines and time pressures. Applicant must be reliable, tolerant, and determined; an empathic communicator, able to see things from the other person's point of view. Most importantly, person must be able to work as a member of a close-knit team. Applicant should be aware that regional geographic responsibilities may increase with company growth and that travel of 25-50% may be required
Provides integrated support across stakeholders (providers, clinical staff, hospital administration, pharmacy, vendors) and throughout the outpatient specialty pharmacy program continuum of care. Responsible to ensure that the Specialty pharmacy is delivering "legendary care," to all of their patients. Also responsible for proactively identifying growth opportunities for the specialty pharmacy program and building cost benefit analysis to determine initial viability.
Provides day to day oversight of all pharmacy patient liaisons that will be integrated within clinics covering multiple specialties including but not limited to MS, Oncology, Pediatrics, Pulmonology, Rheumatology, Transplant, and Infectious Diseases. The liaisons are responsible for patient benefits investigation, prior authorization, and monitoring patient medication adherence to ensure that patients can seamlessly access their outpatient prescriptions. The Regional Director will manage all aspects of Shield's day to day operations with hospital partners on behalf of Shield's VP of Strategic Development. This individual will be responsible for coordinating with pharmacies, administrative, and clinical leadership to develop, implement, and monitor performance on growth initiatives while maintaining excellent patient and clinician satisfaction scores.
Required Licensure/Certification: Applicant ideally should hold a Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) or BS in Pharmacy and be a licensed Pharmacist, or a comparable clinical credential (e.g., RN, MD)
Years of Experience: 7+
Skills: Analyze data, exercise good judgment, possess strong verbal communication skills, have deep knowledge of pharmacology developments and FDA health regulations, understanding of board of pharmacy rules and regulations, able to manage processes, exhibit strong technical and clinical skills, excellent leader and manager of people, constant focus on legal compliance, highly productive, quality focused, maniacal attention to detail, highly computer proficient. Experience in process development, process mapping, process improvement, and pharmacy operations. Capable of operating with limited direct oversight. Ability to build collaborative and meaningful relationships across multiple and diverse stakeholders.
Traits: Organized, high-integrity, attention to detail, dependable, quality focus, empathetic, good listener/communicator,
Other: Energetic, highly motivated, team player with strong personal and communication skills; discretion and confidentiality essential as position deals with highly sensitive and private data
Specialties: Knowledge of specialty medications prescribed for transplant, hepatitis C, pulmonology, pediatric endocrinology, infectious disease (including HIV), MS, RA, and/or oncology preferred
Valid through: 10/14/2020
$200K — $250K
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