Job Title:
Clinical Apps Pharmacist
Job ID:
443207
Location:
Shared Services
Department:
Community Connect Ext Funded
Full/Part Time:
Full-Time
Regular/Temporary:
Regular
Shift:
Day
FTE %:
100
Salary Range Min:
$94,980.00
Salary Range Max:
$132,870.00

Position summary

Clinical Apps Pharmacist (Job Opening 443207) - Scope of Position The Department of Pharmacy provides comprehensive pharmaceutical services to patients of The Ohio State University Medical Center (OSUMC). Clinical and administrative information systems are a critical component of providing patient care and support of the departmental operations. The Clinical Applications Pharmacist will develop, test, train, maintain, and support clinical systems used in medication management and related automation systems with primary focus on accuracy of medication information. The Clinical Applications Pharmacist will provide medication and related system expertise to the development, analysis, and implementation of enterprise-wide clinical system projects, promoting cooperation and collaboration with other team members to achieve OSUMC goals. The Pharmacist will embrace the Intensive Caring values of the organization and uses them to guide his/her interactions with others. Position Summary The Clinical Applications Pharmacist will develop, maintain, and support clinical application systems that include medication management functionalities. The Clinical Applications Pharmacist needs to be knowledgeable in various aspects of information systems terminology, information system processing, and desktop solutions. In addition, the Clinical Applications Pharmacist needs to have intimate knowledge of OSUMC pharmacy operations, policies, and procedures, and stay current with developments and issues in the practice of pharmacy. This knowledge will need to be applied to the development, maintenance, and support of clinical applications. The Clinical Applications Pharmacist needs to be able to set priorities and work independently.

Education and experience

Degree in Pharmacy (BS, Pharm D). Eligible for pharmacist licensure in the State of Ohio; board certification in hematology/oncology preferred; advanced degree (Pharm.D./MS) and residency (e.g. PGY1 and PGY2 residency).; and/or equivalent experience preferred Previous experience or training in hematology/oncology required. Knowledge of microcomputer hardware and software, databases, and clinical applications preferred.