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JOB TITLE: Medical Assistant
Assist in the delivery of primary health care and patient care management. Requires exposure to bodily fluids.
QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE: Knowledge of examination, diagnotic, and treatment room procedures. Experience with medical equipment and instruments used to administer patient care. GED or High School Equivalent and graduation from an accredited program for Medical Assistants.
CERTIFICATION/Licensing REQUIREMENTS: Certification from any accredited program, Medical Assistant schooling or two years work experience.
Competitive salary/benefits. To apply, please complete required application form and attach resume.
GENERAL STATEMENT OF DUTIES: The Telephone Triage nurse will help provide safe, effective and appropriate guidance related to health problems via telephone by using approved guidelines and protocols through assessment, patient education and crisis intervention.
One year of Oncology Nursing experience in an ambulatory setting preferred.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITES:
Responds to incoming patient telephone calls.
Instruct and educate patient according to protocols, guidelines or provider instruction.
Create a healing relationship through listening, helping to maximize patient’s control and providing comfort through the voice rather than touch
Detect and document significant changes in the patient’s condition, anticipate problems and answer questions
Communicate and share gathered patient information to help resolve patient’s urgent needs and formulate treatment strategies with the healthcare team
Ensure the patient is directed to the right level of care, receive appropriate instruction and when necessary be scheduled to see the appropriate provider
EDUCATION/TRAINING REQUIREMENTS: Graduate from an accredited nursing school.
CERTIFCATE/LICENSE REQUIREMENTS: Possession of a Utah State Registered Nursing License. BLS certification.
STATUS: Full Time
GENERAL STATEMENT OF DUTIES: Under supervision of the attending physician and the Director of Pharmaceutical Services, works to compound chemotherapy agents while maintaining proper policy and procedure.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITES:
QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE:
Knowledge, Skills & Abilities: Ability to work as a team member. Professional demeanor and courteous attitude. Attention to detail. Knowledge of basic pharmacy practices and procedures. Knowledge of medications and medical supplies. Strong mathematical computation skills. Knowledge of record-keeping techniques. Accurate typing skills (minimum 35 words per minute). Basic understanding of computer technology. Requires working with toxic substances, and medicinal preparations. Frequent standing or walking for extended periods of time. Strong organizational, prioritization, communications & mathematics skills – Required. Pharmacy Computer System experience – Preferred. Minimum 2 years experience with IV admixture in a pharmacy setting. Ability to understand the importance of and respect the confidentiality of all patient information. Basic computer literacy and technology with proficiency in general word-processing and data entry.
EDUCATION/TRAINING REQUIREMENTS: High School Graduate or GED Business/College Courses, Medical Terminology Courses Preferred.
CERTIFICATE/LICENSE REQUIREMENTS: Nationally Certified Pharmacy Technician – C.PH.T. Preferred.
JOB TITLE: Office Manager
LOCATION: Bountiful and Layton Clinics
STATUS: Full-Time, Non-Exempt
General Statement of Duties: Greet, instruct, direct, schedule and gather insurance information for patients and/or visitors. Serves as a liaison between patient and medical support staffr providing front office supervision. Supervise all non-medical clnical staff in the physician offic. Work is performed in reception area. Involves frequent contact with patients. Work may be stressful at times. Interaction with others is constant and interruptive. Contact involves interaction with sick people.
Essential Duties & Responsibilities:
General Statement of Duties: Assures appropriate mixing and dispensing of chemotherapy agents. Acts as a consultant to physicians and staff on issues regarding medication administration, drug information and pharmaceutical care. Oversees drug purchasing, inventory and formulary, drug contracting, pharmaceutical industry, and group purchasing organization relationships. Assists in the development of clinical pathways, guidelines, and chemotherapy regimen utilization taking into consideration efficacy, potential toxicity, and pharmacoeconomic impact. Assists the practice with healthcare reform, quality care initiatives and affiliations with the intention of promoting positive patient outcomes.
DIRECT REPORTS: Admixture Technicians, Prescription Care Coordinators, other pharmaceutical department support staff.
Typical Physical Demands: Frequent standing or walking for extended periods of time. Requires the ability to read and communicate effectively. Manual dexterity required in manipulation of vials, needles and syringes. Flexibility in schedule, and ability to travel to all offices and administration for meetings as required.
Typical Working Conditions: Requires working with toxic substances, and medicinal preparations. Conditions are common to a clinic environment.
Duties and Responsibilities (Not all inclusive):
Responsible for the purchasing of all pharmaceuticals for the practice (both infused and oral). Ensures compliance with purchasing contracts. Looks for opportunities for best pricing and ensures that we are maximizing all rebate opportunities.
· Prepares a quarterly drug pricing analysis, analyzing the comparative costs and savings opportunities of various drug suppliers for both oral and infused medications.
· Manages the pharmaceutical inventory in all locations. Ensures that drug inventories are managed to eliminate excess inventory while meeting treatment needs. Monitors ongoing inventory, drug turn over and drug shrinkage.
· Prepares a drug shrinkage report identifying the reasons for shrinkage and takes corrective action as needed.
· Identifies new drugs, reviews the package inserts on new drugs and educates physicians and staff as needed.
· Works with the physicians and the clinical services director developing new regimens and pathways as requested.
· Ensures that all drugs are prepared and dispensed in accordance with all policies, procedures, rules and regulations.
· Provides medication education for patients and family members as requested by the physicians.
· Establishes drug control policies and procedures and ensures that they are followed.
· Ensures that all monthly pharmacy reports are prepared in a timely fashion. Provides a strategic narrative of actions that need to be taken based on these reports and ensures these actions are taken.
· Works with the pharmaceutical reps and the administrative assistant to arrange educational opportunities as requested and as approved by the physician group.
· Manages all pharmaceutical services in accordance with all governmental and regulatory standards.
· Ensures that the pharmacy and all physicians have the appropriate licensing required to provide infused and oral oncolytics.
· Assists the clinical research department as requested regarding investigational agents and protocols.
· Oversees the work and work standards of all admixture technicians and pharmacy technicians.
· Manages the pharmaceutical division in a cost effective way.
· Works with the CEO in developing the annual business plan for the pharmacy division.
Performance Requirements: Goals set annually in cooperation with the Chief Executive Officer.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
Knowledge of management and pharmaceutical operations, medical safety practices and standard requirements to evaluate existing standards and implement new procedures.
Skill in applying and modifying principles, methods and techniques of pharmaceutical profession, anticipating and reacting calmly to emergency situations, preparing records, written reports and responding to correspondence, developing and maintaining department quality assurance, exercising a high degree of initiative, judgment, discretion and decision making, and establishing and maintaining effective working relationships with patients, medical staff and public.
Ability to establish quality control standards, plan, prioritize, organize and direct work of others, and communicate clearly. Ability to read, evaluate and communicate clinical, statistical, and pharmacoeconomic information, articles, studies, and protocols.
Education: Bachelor of Science (BS) in Pharmacy from an accredited school of Pharmacy with Master’s Degree, or PharmD required.
Experience: Two years of professional pharmacy experience including IV admixture, outpatient pharmacy, electronic medical record keeping, and working with an interdisciplinary team. Management/Operations experience preferred.
Certificate/License: Possession of a current Utah State Pharmacist License. Board Certification in Oncology Practice (BCOP) preferred.