The primary duties of the Clinical Pharmacy Technician include laboratory value monitoring, medical chart/action profile poly-pharmacy reviews, drug utilization evaluation monitoring, pharmacoeconomic reviews, telephone support, supplemental patient education communication, and prescription order entry (with pharmacist verification). Under the daily direction of the Anticoagulation Clinic Manager, the Technician will be responsible for all aspects of Anticoagulation Clinic support. Duties include but are not limited to: Anticoagulation Clinic Support: Triage all clinical messages with escalation to Clinical Pharmacy Specialist (CPS) as needed Place consult if message is about upcoming procedure/medication (if procedure in next 5 days, alert pharmacist of consult) Clarify current anticoagulation care plan when requested (based on most recent CPS anticoagulation progress note) Labs: Coordinate outside lab orders/lab results Assist local lab ordering Complete all private lab standing orders/renewals Refills: Process refills upon patient request Prescription order entry (with CPS verification) Scheduling: Assist scheduling all lab, telephone, and clinic visits Send patients scheduling letter and schedule patients at the request of Pharmacist Assist inpatient CPS with scheduling for continuity of car Home Health Orders: Fax all home health orders (including med changes and lab orders) Lost to Follow up: Reschedule or inform Pharmacist of no-shows and send follow-up letters Review hospital and lost to follow-up as clinically indicated (minimum of weekly) to re-establish care Scan discharge summary into CPRS when discharged from private hospitals Workload: Pull all resulted labs to assist CPS Other duties as assigned by supervisor Work Schedule: Monday-Friday 8:00am -4:30pm (Rotational schedule/times may be required including holidays and/or weekends) Compressed/Flexible: Not Available Telework: Not Available Virtual: This is not a virtual position. Position Title/Functional Statement #:Pharmacy Technician - Anticoagulation/PD000000 Financial Disclosure Report: Not required
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