Pharmacy Anticoagulation Clinic CoordinatorApply Now
Location: Springfield, Massachusetts
What you will do
Through the leadership of the Baystate Health Manager of Clinical Pharmacy Programs, this Baystate Health Pharmacy position is primarily responsible for the planning, development, and implementation of the Ambulatory Anticoagulation Program and Services for Baystate Health. This position will ensure the clinics at each community hospital and primary care practice related to anticoagulation services migrate to one care standard accross the system. Primary job responsibilities of the Anticoagulation Coordinator include leading pharmacists and other staff in the safe operations of the Baystate Health Anticoagulation Clinics, appropriate training and education of anticoagulation clinic staff and development of policies and procedures for program areas.
The Pharmacy Anticoagulation Clinic Coordinator will also practice in the clinic sites across the system and train pharmacy students and residents. The incumbent will also ensure the practice is in compliance with the required regulations set forth by the Board of Pharmacy, Joint Commision and other bodies. The coordinator will also lead quality assurance and improvement activities as needed.
The incumbent will also perform other pharmacist, leadership and administrative duties as assigned; this includes on-call, inpatient pharmacy staffing (when necessary), special projects and regulatory oversight (DPH, Board of Pharmacy, TJC). Conducts staff meetings, attends appropriate hospital committees and is able to react to (and embrace) change. Adheres to system and department compliance policies, and any and all applicable laws and regulations
What will you need
- Doctorate PharmD required
- Other Post-Grad training or equivalent experience
- 3 years anticoagulation practice (ambulatory experience preferred)
- MA Pharmacy (or eligible) required
- Certified Anticoagulation Care Provider required
- BPS Certification Preferred
Undergraduate and Graduate Education Requirements and Accreditation Standards
The incumbent will have excellent leadership, project managaement and interpersonal skills. The coordinator will also be able to collaborate effectively, remove barriers, be resilient and be self-directed. Other critical skills include, a working knowledge of computer systems (i.e. Microsoft applications, Clinical Information Systems, PharmAcademic), anticoagulation backround and residency trained.
Baystate Health is an Equal Opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, national origin, ancestry, age, genetic information, disability, or protected veteran status.
Trouble applying or uploading a resume? We invite you to email us at talent.acquisitionFD@baystatehealth.org or call us at 413-794-3666.