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Pharmacy Coordinator Job

Job Number: RIH16092

Job Title: Pharmacy 340B Coordinator

Department: Pharmacy - 1013091

Facility: Rhode Island Hospital

Location: Providence, RI

Bachelor of Science or Bachelor of Arts degree in business or health related field preferred. A Master's degree in Business Administration, Hospital Administration or Pharmacy, or Doctorate of Pharmacy degree highly preferred.
Current pharmacist licensure in the State of Rhode Island, if applicable.
Excellent interpersonal, verbal communication and presentation skills.
Ability to provide targeted communication, both verbal and written, to internal and external constituents.
Proven analytical and process redesign skills, including but not limited to problem solving, quantitative reasoning, workflow process, etc.
3-5 years of 340B Drug Pricing Program experience in healthcare and/or with a healthcare provider is preferred or equivalent experience.
Advanced knowledge of MS Office applications, including Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Access and Outlook.

Reports to the Director, Pharmacy Services. Responsible for the overall management and coordination of the 340B program for all qualified entities within the organization. The management and coordination of the 340B program includes assuring qualifications are met and maintained, the program is fully implemented in all areas of qualified use, related records are complete and accurate, and that it meets all primary objectives as defined by hospital leadership. Assuring all use of 340B throughout the institution is fully compliant with all federal regulations and related interpretations for the program. Assuring the institution is achieving maximum utilization of 340B pricing through full participation in all qualified areas with all applicable products , including inpatient contracts, to insure greatest cost savings returns throughout the institution. Assuring that all policies, procedures, and related approaches to 340B include the most efficient use of personnel, resources, and other costs of managing, monitoring, and fully participating in the program.