Skilled Care Pharmacy Available Job Openings Listing of all available openings at Skilled Care Pharmacy en-US Sat, 3 Dec 2022 16:18:10 CST Pharmacy Intern - Mason, Ohio The Pharmacy Intern position is for a pharmacy student in college working towards being a Pharmacist and is registered with the Ohio Board of Pharmacy as a Pharmacy Intern. PHARMACY INTERN EXPECTATIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES EVERY OTHER WEEKEND - SATURDAY AND SUNDAY - DEPENDING ON THE NUMBER OF INTERNS WE HAVE - IT WILL BE EITHER 8 HOUR SHIFTS - 7:00 AM - 3:45 PM OR 1:00 PM - 9:45 PM (INCLUDES 45 MINUTE LUNCH) - ALTERNATE DAY AND EVENING SHIFTS EVERY OTHER WEEKEND THAT YOU ARE SCHEDULED OR 11AM-7:45PM EVERY OTHER SATURDAY AND SUNDAY AT LEAST ONE EVENING A WEEK - UNTIL 9:45 PM CURRENT INTERNS USUALLY WORK A 4 OR 5 HOUR SHIFT (EX. 4:00 PM - 9:45 PM) - YOU CAN WORK A LONGER SHIFT IF YOU WANT CAN BE ANY DAY OF THE WEEK BUT WE MUST HAVE AT LEAST ONE INTERN EACH NIGHT SO INTERNS WILL NEED TO WORK TOGETHER TO GET THE SCHEDULE COVERED 1 OUT OF 4 FRIDAY NIGHTS IN ADDITION TO ONE EVENING EACH WEEK- (4:00PM - 9:45 PM) ______________________________________________________________________________ SKILLED CARE'S INTERNS RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE: TAKING REFILL ORDERS AND NEW ORDERS CALLING ON ORDER CLARIFICATIONS (ALLERGIES, INTERACTIONS, DUPLICATE THERAPY, ETC...) ANSWERING THE PAGER FOR AFTER HOURS CALLS MONITORING PYXIS/CUBEX REPORTS FOR DISCREPENCIES IV ADMIXING YOU WILL BE SPENDING VERY LITTLE TIME FILLING PRESCRIPTIONS WE ARE A LONG-TERM CARE PHARMACY (SERVICE NURSING HOMES) SO YOU WILL HAVE VERY LITTLE PATIENT CONTACT - YOU WILL PRIMARILY BE WORKING WITH NURSING STAFF. Tue, 10 Feb 2015 11:36:17 CST Mason, OH 46 Staff Pharmacist - Cincinnati/Mason, Ohio Position Description ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following. Other duties may be assigned I. CLINICAL PHARMACIST DUTIES (70%) Adheres to organization policies and procedures Reviews, receives/verifies all new patient orders and documents the same on the respective order form Assists the physician and other healthcare professionals involved in planning and implementing patient care in the home to ensure safe and effective drug therapy Conducts initial and ongoing assessment of specific patient, drug and disease information to identify real and potential drug-related problems or needs Assists the physician and nursing staff in setting therapeutic objectives for drug therapy and establishing parameters for monitoring the safety and efficacy of drug therapy Monitors the outcomes from drug therapy by collecting, evaluating, and interpreting the results of laboratory data, clinical data and other pertinent patient information Communicates the results of therapeutic drug monitoring activities to the physician, nursing and other appropriate persons Provides consultation and answers inquiries from patients, families, physicians, and other healthcare professionals regarding drugs and their use Maintains thorough and appropriate documentation in the patient/client record of all clinical activities and communication with patients, physicians and other healthcare professionals Maintains clinical skills and knowledge of pharmacotherapy by reviewing the literature and attending in-services, seminars and conferences Identify and implement appropriate formulary substitutions Matches appropriate drug therapy with diagnosis to ensure efficacy II. OPERATIONAL DUTIES (25%) Processes and checks all medications, supplies and equipment prior to dispensing from the pharmacy Maintains pharmacy records in accordance with applicable laws and regulations Participates in weekend, holiday and on-call rotation Participates in orientation/training programs for new personnel and current staff Attends designated department meetings as scheduled III. REGULATORY DUTIES (5%) Dispenses all pharmaceutical and related supplies and equipment in accordance with federal, state and local laws and standards of practice which govern the profession of pharmacy Tue, 10 Feb 2015 11:36:17 CST Mason, OH 68 Pharmacy Order Entry - Mason, OH (Day Shift) QUALIFICATIONS To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/ or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Educational/Work Experience Associate degree in health related field or 2-5 years direct work experience in health related field Understanding of Medicare/Medicaid/Insurance Pay types, medical terminology, and brand/generic medications required Intermediate knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel, or like applications Other Qualifications Ability to exhibit strong oral and written customer service skills Ability to effectively interact with all levels of department representatives both internally and externally Ability to interpret and understand prescription directions Ability to multitask and adhere to timelines Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following. Other duties may be assigned. Prescription processing (55%) Data Entry of new and refill orders which includes: Interprets prescription directions and communicates clarification to the facility as needed. Identifies orders that can not be processed due to coverage issues, missing information, or inability to read/understand Inputs medication orders with correct medication and frequency. Ensures formulary substitutions are made appropriately based on facility contracts Completes appropriate paperwork/forms, as well as communicates order exceptions and any other discrepancies to facilities and team leaders Transmits all third party and Medicaid online claims at time of order entry to ensure payment. Maintains an understanding of the special requirements for each payer including Medicare/Managed Care/Medicaid Formulary and Non-Formulary/Third Party Insurance as well as communicates discrepancies to facilities regarding: Formularies Rejections Contract requirements Exclusions and Non-covered medications Adheres to special Facility processing requirements (i.e. House Stock, Non-covered Medication Policies) Updates patient room number if received on a telephone order Changes profile doctor when notified on a telephone order Admissions (15%) Process new/ readmission information for residents: Obtains complete resident face sheet from facility and enters all data. Prevents duplication of account by conducting Universal Search for patient in Pharmacy System Enter per diem date if required. Obtains and inputs correct admissions history and appropriate transfers/ discharges information Shared responsibility with the billing department in resolving Mason returned mail Researches and responds to email tree on any problem admissions Checks under 'payment plans' (Frameworks 'E1') to see if patient has Part D insurance Obtains, verifies and enters appropriate pay source information by next business day Enters Hospice formulary, if provided upon admission, as well as listing diagnosis Adds physicians to Pharmacy Information System Responsible for adding patient face sheet information for a facility start-up Responsible for placing expired patients on 'bed hold' when notified by facility on telephone order Third Party Submission/Rejections (15%) Process all insurance claims at time of order entry Processes all Mason online billing rejections daily; resolves all rejections within 48 hours. When applicable, completes and distributes prior authorizations according to facility contract Acquires and maintains appropriate logs of prior authorizations for follow up Investigates and resolves insurance inquires Communicates to pharmacists any suggested covered alternative recommended by 3rd party payor. Resolves cycle fill rejections Customer Relations (10%) Acknowledges and responds to all daily emails and phone calls received prior to one hour of the end of employee's shift on same business day. Other Duties (5%) Acts as back up for Triage Department as needed Attends training as provided for self-improvement and quality of work Accepts other duties as assigned Mon, 31 Jul 2017 15:11:49 CST Mason, OH 156 Registered Pharmacy Tech-Evening Shift (Mason, OH) Summary: The Pharmacy Technician is responsible for the day-to-day tasks necessary to ensure accurate and timely delivery of medications to the end-user in long-term care, hospice, and home care settings. Qualifications: Success is based on the performance of the essential duties and responsibilities. Candidates shall also possess the following educational and/or work experience. Education/Work Experience: High school graduate or equivalent preferred. Prior pharmacy experience desirable. Candidates whom are already employed by Skilled Care Pharmacy will be considered for this position based on performance of their current assignment. Other Qualifications: State of Ohio Pharmacy Technician Registration Good manual dexterity with the ability to measure minute quantities of liquids using syringes. Good organizational and time-management skills Ability to fill orders within an established time frame Ability to work with others Ability to examine, reexamine and verify accuracy of medications against printed prescription label Ability to interpret and understand medication directions to ensure filling accuracy Ability to distinguish medication types (i.e. liquids, creams, ointments, otics, controlled substances, etc.) Knowledge of basic drug terminology, pharmaceutical calculations, drug use and aseptic technique Basic knowledge of computers including word processing and data entry Dependable in attendance Ability to communicate clearly and concisely, both verbally and in writing ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following. Other duties may be assigned. I. FILLING PRESCRIPTIONS (50%) Dispense medications while observing proper handling precautions Dispense medications in proper container based on facility expectations Verify that all medications reflected on the delivery receipt accompany the order to the delivery department Fill prescription's within established time frame Prepare compounding medications with use of pharmacy scales, compound pads, jars, etc. Complete compounding records by filling out lot numbers and expiration dates Verify that proper handling precautions are noted on delivery receipt Generate labels and/or delivery receipts Count and sort prescriptions for those facilities participating in the anniversary program Prepare appropriate logs for tracking monthly accuracy Prioritize and manage time appropriately II. TEAM DUTIES/CROSS TRAINING (15%) Assist any other pharmacy team in completing end of day Monitor day-to-day activity in whole of pharmacy to ensure a proper departure time Participate in education on other areas (i.e. IV's, automed, credits/returns, etc.) Go to facility to deliver and set up medication carts for anniversary program Periodic 'out' days with consultant to understand business of long term care pharmacy Other duties as assigned III. INVENTORY (10%) Daily review of medication and supply stock with responsibility to reorder through the purchasing department Periodic review of medication bins to assure that correct medication is in correct bin Monthly review of all medications for expiration dating. Fast moving items should be reviewed on a daily basis Examination of medications and supplies returned for credit to assure expiration dating and lack of tampering IV. STATION SET-UP (10%) Stock filling stations with the necessary supplies (boxes, vials, forms, baggies, reorder slips, etc.) Stock all fast moving items as per minimum/maximum requirements V. CLEANING (5%) Clean and maintain area on a daily basis. This includes using alcohol on surface areas Take out trash and/or cardboard Sweep area on a weekly basis VI. EUCLID PACKING MACHINE (5%) Ensure equipment is cleaned and maintained according to proper policy and procedures Package bulk medications into unit dose for dispensing Keeping track and pulling those items needing to be packed (on a priority type basis) Ability to distinguish units of measure (ex. IU, mg, meq, etc.) Ability to distinguish lot numbers and expiration dates on medications VII. COMMITTEES (5%) Participate in departmental quality assurance activities as requested Attend designated departmental meetings as scheduled Active involvement with at least one committee in order to improve company performance or assist company in giving back to the community Thu, 16 Jan 2020 15:26:27 CST Mason, OH 177 Marketing/Business Development Coordinator-Mason, Ohio We are a leading provider of pharmacy services to long-term care facilities seeking an experienced Marketing/Sales Representative to join our team in Cincinnati, OH. This Professional will research and continuously identify new prospects to grow our company portfolio. Specific responsibilities include: · Researching competitors to stay updated on the competition and marketplace · Be versed on mission, value proposition and key messages of our company and clearly articulate these to prospective customers · Promote the company through social media platforms · Develop and distribute appropriate marketing tools direct to prospective customers · Creatively engage with current and prospective customers · Be in the field to help build relationships with prospects and assist with closing new business opportunities. · Coordinate trade shows (average of 4 per year) · Work with company leadership team to help close new business opportunities · Measuring and achieving success compared to the company's strategic plan and sales goals. · Covering a service area which includes Ohio, Kentucky, and Indiana The ideal candidate for this role is a self-motivated, results-oriented professional with a bachelor's degree and at least 5 years of sales experience, preferably in the Long-term Care and/or pharmaceutical industry. Some travel will be required. Additionally, you must have exceptional customer relations and problem solving skills, strong oral and written customer service skills and excellent interpersonal skills with the ability to work with all levels of internal and external staff. Fri, 25 Mar 2022 13:39:53 CST Mason, OH 185 Pharmacy Technician Trainee - Mason, Ohio-2 Pharmacy Technician Trainee Program This position will train in the pharmacy to learn technician duties. While registered as a Tech in Training with the Ohio Board of Pharmcy, you will complete hands on training here at Skilled Care as well as complete an educational requirement that we will refer you to. Tech in Training registration with the Ohio Board of Pharmacy is good for one year. Once completed you will need to be willing to take and pass the national pharmacy technician certification test to become registered with the Ohio Board of Pharmacy as a Certified Pharmacy Technician. Depending on the needs of the company the hours for this position could vary: Evening Shift- 4 pm-12:45 am. Rotates 1 in 3 weekends and 1 holiday per year. This position receives an additional $1.50/hour as a shift differential in addition to the very competitive hourly rate. Wed, 20 Jul 2022 15:46:31 CST Mason, OH 188 Pharmacy Production Assistant - Mason, OH Job Title: Pharmacy Production Assistant Department: Pharmacy Reports To: Sr. Pharmacy Manager QUALIFICATIONS: To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Education / Work Experience High School diploma or equivalent National Pharmacy Technician Certification preferred but not required Intermediate knowledge of Microsoft Office products, mainly Excel Other Qualifications Must possess good organizational and time-management skills Ability to complete assignments and projects Ability to exhibit strong oral and written communication skills Ability to flex schedule when needed ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following. Other duties may be assigned. I.Inventory (100%) Keep shelves stocked and free of excess inventory (includes replenishing oral solids with pre-pack overstock) Assist in identifying medications in need of re-packaging Assist in maintaining pre-pack par levels on fast moving medications Help to identify low inventory levels and communicate with purchasing Help to identify outdated and slow-moving medications Scans pharmacy receipts Processes pharmacy credit and returns including breakdown of returned blister cards Straightening and cleaning shelves where inventory is maintained Assist in re-shelving of stock bottles Serve as back up to Purchasing Buyer PHYSICAL DEMANDS: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to use hands to finger, handle, or feel. The employee is regularly required to talk, hear, and smell. The employee is regularly required to stand, sit, and reach, with hands and arms. The employee is regularly required to walk, stoop, and crouch. The employee is infrequently required to kneel or crawl. The employee must regularly lift and/or move objects up to 30 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, especially in measurement of fluids and quality assurance tasks, distant vision, and the ability to adjust focus. WORK ENVIRONMENT: The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Fri, 19 Aug 2022 14:31:35 CST Mason, OH 189