As one of the largest pharmacy benefits managers in the United States, UnitedHealth Group provides a professional culture where you're empowered and encouraged to exceed the expectations of our members, with better schedules than retail and more reach than any hospital. Join us and start doing your life's best work.(sm) Reporting to Branch GM and with moderate direction, this Supervisor will coordinate, direct and supervise pharmacy services (including preparation and dispensing of drugs, supplies and equipment, preparation of sterile products and clinical pharmacy services) for customers and patients in accordance with established policies, procedures, laws and regulations that govern the practice of pharmacy. The Pharmacy Supervisor has responsibility for the planning, directing, or coordinating of the pharmacy department. This position also provides minor or initial counseling to staff that is required on an immediate basis. The role also serves as the back-up administrator of record for the home health care license, if the Clinical Director of Operations is not available. Primary Responsibilities:Supervises, schedules, and evaluates all clinical and supportive pharmacy personnel as it relates to the clinical services provided, sterile compounding, inventory control and purchasingDirects, coordinates and supervises all pharmacy activities including drug preparation, sterile product preparation, dispensing and clinical pharmacy servicesEnsures that all pharmacy operations, practices and procedures meet all licensing and standards requirements established by local, state and federal agencies as well as accrediting bodies (e.g. TJC, ACHC, URAC)Maintains clinical skills and knowledge of pharmacotherapy and intravenous therapy by reviewing the literature, attending in-services seminars and conferencesOversees the procurement of drugs, supplies and equipment used in preparing and administering drugsOversees the clinical services offered by the branch as their related to both infusion and/or specialty services providedEnsures compliance with all controlled substances related rules, regulations, company policies and maintains proper communication and coordination with other departments and staffDevelops policies and procedures, and assures compliance with theseLeads branch Quality Management/Performance Improvement Program by reviewing data for quality/performance improvement measures and analyzes data reports, identifying opportunities for improvementResponsible for all aspects of Pharmacy licensure, as required by the multiple states in which the branch is licensedOversight including compliance to and education for all accreditation programs including The Joint Commission (TJC), ACHC, URAC, etc.Monitors for compliance with all HIPAA regulations, adherence to all State and Federal regulations and laws, accrediting bodies (TJC, URAC, etc.), adherence to all infusion pharmacy accepted standards of practice, responsible for handling complaints and/or grievance programsProvide oversight of the safety; appropriateness, and effectiveness of the pharmaceutical care provide to patients (consumers) as it relates to specialty products dispensed
Required Qualifications:BS in Pharmacy or Pharm DActive, unrestricted Pharmacy license in North CarolinaMust possess both verbal and written communication skills, interpersonal relationship skills and problem solving skillsMinimum of 3 years of experience in a management or leadership roleMinimum of 3 years of experience with home health or home infusion servicesStrong, demonstrated working knowledge of the regulations and processes related to sterile compounding and 797 guidelinesMust be able coordinate, oversee and ensure on-call coverage (evenings and weekends); may also have to provide some backup coverage if neededAbility to problem solve effectively with a variety of parties: patients, families, healthcare staff and physiciansPreferred Qualifications:Experience in a pharmacy operations management roleExposure to CPR+ software experienceActive, unrestricted Pharmacy license in Virginia & North CarolinaCareers with AxelaCare. Discover a health services career that encourages your professional growth while delivering steadfast commitment to exceptional patient care. That's what you discover at AxelaCare. We were founded by a close group of medical professionals in Lenexa, KS to provide patient-focused, state of the art home infusion services for acute, hemophilia and Intravenous Immune Globulin (IVIg) therapies. Today we collaborate with leading doctors to develop breakthrough technologies for patient outcomes assessment; and we recently joined Optum, part of the UnitedHealth Group family of companies. It all reinforces our commitment to empowering people in the pursuit and delivery of exceptional patient care, and creating personalized career paths to discovering your life's best work.(sm) Diversity creates a healthier atmosphere: UnitedHealth Group is an Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, protected veteran status, disability status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, marital status, genetic information, or any other characteristic protected by law.UnitedHealth Group is a drug-free workplace. Candidates are required to pass a drug test before beginning employment.
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