Yale New Haven Health System

COORDINATOR, PHARMACY FISCAL & ASSET MGMT

US-CT-New Haven
Job ID
61864
Department
SYSTEM PHARMACY
Category
PHARMACY
Position Type
Full Time Benefits Eligible
Scheduled Hours
40
Work Schedule
DAYS
Work Days
MON- FRI, AS NEEDED WEEKENDS DEPENDENT ON INITIATIVES/OBJECTIVES
Work Hours
8-4:30PM, VARIABLE EVENINGS DEPENDENT ON INITIATIVES/OBJECTIVES
Work Shift
PER JOB DESCRIPTION
Requisition ID
2017-15529

Overview

To be part of our organization, every employee should understand and share in the YNHHS Vision, support our Mission, and live our Values. These values—integrity, patient-centered, respect, accountability, and compassion—must guide what we do, as individuals and professionals, every day.

Under the direction of the Director, the Coordinator of Pharmaceutical Fiscal and Asset Management is responsibile for leading and deveoping strategies to maximize efficiency, ensure compliance, and cost effectiveness pharmaceutical expense and financial processing. Coordination of system pharmacy activities across all delivery networks.

EEO/AA/Disability/Veteran

Responsibilities

  • 1. Compliance and Auditing a.Coordinates internal/external audits and reviews results; creates action plans to address variances and to prevent future issue. Identifies regulatory compliance issues, implements solutions and monitors ongoing readiness b.Coordinate corporate compliance audit needs, response and implementation of action plans as neccessary c.Coordinate requirements need for state/federal requirement for procurement
  • 2. 340B Purchasing Program a.Coordinates with the pharmcy teams to ensure the proper inventory segregation , expense posting, and inventory procurement required to meet regulatory standards for 340B participation. b.Coordinate registration of new 340B sites and continued compliance of existing sites c. Coordinate and assure compliance and fiscal integrity of contracted 340B pharmacy c. Coordinate internal/external audit needs, response and implementatin of action plans for 340B compliance
  • 3. Pharmcacy Procurement a.Coordinates QA efforts in the Pharmacy Department to include, but not limited to, audits of issuance and receiving activities, cycle counts, and drug stock integrity audits. Compiles statistical data and computer reports relating to inventory control and usage. Reports any variance or changes in trends to the DOP. b.Coordinates expense and patient utiization for budget planning c.Coordinates implementation of new products and contracts
  • 4. Revenue Integrity a. Coordinates charge capture audit review with the physician order entry system b. Coordinates health system audit to ensure compliance with CMS standards and assits in implmentaion of action plans as neccessary
  • 5. Corrdinate implemenation of drug use or medication safety guidelines/protocols/ policies and ensure appropriate assimaliation into purchasing/billing workflow. Executes operational process changes and coordinates formulary changes as they relate to pharmacy distribution systems
  • 6. Lead weekly meetings with purchasing staff members and coordinate aciion plans to ensure resolution of any non-compliant area or process. Develop and deliver effective education plans to ensure staff comprehesion
  • 7. Provide feedback and manage performance purchasing staff members. Support ongoing staff development, assit staff cost saving initiatives and serve as primary resource to purchasing staff for question son policy, procedure and issue resolution
  • 8. Identify opportunities for cost reduction, containment, or revenue enchancement. Assit in the creation of profilt and loss assessment for acquistitions. Aid in the management of budget projections as related to procurement and lead meetings to sustain cost reductions.
  • 9. Participates in departmental, organizational and/or health system committees related to pharmacy services, medication procurment, finance and other hospital initatives as appropriate.
  • 10. System Pharmacy Budgetary Management a. Coordinates annual Flex budgeting labor relative vaue units for the healthsystem b. Assist in budget analysis and monthly expense assessment c. Create recommendations related to general ledger adjustment related to pharmaceutical vendor prepayment, inventory and journal entries

Qualifications

EDUCATION

 

Master's degree in Healthcare Administration, Public Health, Finance, Accounting or Business Administration or Pharm. D. degree. Completion of a financial, administrative fellowship or pharmacy practice residency from a accredited program is highly desired but not required.

 

EXPERIENCE

 

A minimum of three(3) to five (5) years of administrative leadership, project management, data analysis, financial forecasting, inventory management and/or related experience in healthcare settings. Demonstrated skills in coordinating committees and application of quality improvement techniques is required . Fluency in database management and data analytics is required.

 

LICENSURE

 

For pharmacist applicants Connecticut state pharmacy license required.

 

SPECIAL SKILLS

 

Experience in drug utilization review and data analysis is highly desirable. Excellent written and verbal presentation skills are required. Must posses process improvement and change management skills. Strong working knowledge of electronic spreadsheet applications (e.g. Microsoft Excel, Access, SQL), electronic data manipulation, strong math-analytical skills, excellent communication skills, and ability to train other employees.

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