Positions in this function perform various duties related to the fulfillment of prescription orders. Dispense any or all of the following: unit doses, specialty pharmaceuticals, injectables, IV, enterals and related supplies following state and federal regulations and company policies and procedures. May compound medications using appropriate components, supplies and sterile/ventilated environment. Process, pack and ship outgoing pharmacy orders, ensuring drug, related supplies and patient collateral (education materials) are included. May also perform drug/supply ordering and inventory/warehouse duties, including proper storage of drugs and supplies and appropriate refrigeration of perishable product, monitor and adjust/calibrate pharmacy equipment, fill dispensing units. - Clerks, Techs and Pharmacists in regional and local pharmacies may also perform the following as permitted by state regulation: Prep and scan documents, verify member/patient data, submit prescription orders in computer system. Contact members/patients to validate data, resolve rejected claims, request payment information, establish priority of order or delivery details, consult on medication issues, and set up treatment in on-site facilities. Interpret provider prescription and create order, access, input and retrieve prescription and medical/lab information from computer system, verifies whether order/drug is reimbursable/covered.- Pharmacists monitor and verify all prescription orders upon creation and dispensing. Calibrate dosing pumps.- Pharmacists in this function may also act as the Pharmacist-in-Charge (PIC) which has additional duties to ensure Pharmacy is in compliance with federal and state regulations, professional standards and internal procedures. Note: (If duties are exclusively Rx order creation use Front Pharmacy job function for Clerks, Techs and Supervisors.)
- Prepare and compound infusion medications
- Use aseptic techniques
- Staging medications for compounding
- Process refills
- Call patients to assess and order refills
- Ordering medications and supplies from vendors
- Inventory of pharmacy (drugs and supplies)
- Coordinate with doctor offices regarding patient refills when necessary
- Texas State Pharmacy Tech License
- National Pharmacy Tech Certification
- 2+ years of IV compounding experience
Proficiency with computer and Windows PC applications including ability to navigate and learn new and complex computer system application
Ability to work a rotating shift M-F. Shifts will be 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. and 9 a.m. - 6 p.m. With the ability to be in an on-call rotation on the weekends.
- Home infusion experience
- CPR+ experience
- Experience ordering through local vendors
OptumRx is an empowering place for people with the flexibility to help create change. Innovation is part of the job description. And passion for improving the lives of our customers is a motivating factor in everything we do.
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