Stephenson Cancer Center - Clinical Pharmacist (Project Management):
University of Oklahoma

University of Oklahoma
Oklahoma City Oklahoma
Stephenson Cancer Center - Clinical Pharmacist (Project Management)OU Physicians is Oklahoma's largest physiciangroup andencompasses almost every adult and child specialty. This position is located in the Stephenson Cancer Center. POSITION INFORMATION: Develops, reviews, and evaluates clinical guidelines and Drug Utilization Reviews, provides consultations, develops programs, prepares articles, and conducts research. REPRESENTATIVE DUTIES: Clinical Guidelines. Develops, reviews, and evaluates clinical guidelines for medications used in State management protocols to include medication reviews and evaluation for Medicare/Medicaid patients and the guidelines used for the State of Oklahoma medication protocols. Drug Utilization Review. Develops, reviews, and evaluates retrospective Drug Utilization Review (DUR) criteria. Consultation. Provides clinical consults on complex retrospective DUR cases and/or medication authorization requests. Suggests therapeutic alternatives to providers when sub-optimal therapies have been identified. Program Development. Participates in the development and presentation of educational intervention programs. Article Preparation. Prepares or reviews articles pertaining to clinical therapies and guidelines for the DUR newsletter. Research. Conducts research and reviews of the literature on medication therapies when there is a high cost issue, quality of care, etc. Patient Counseling. Counsels patients on dosage, usage, storage, side effects and indications of medications prescribed. Medication Reconciliation. Reviews, maintains and updates medication profile to provide optimal pharmaceutical care and patient compliance. This may include assistance with prior authorization of medications. Chemotherapy Order Maintenance and Generation. Maintains and updates chemotherapy order templates to reflect current institutional and practice guidelines, including generation of chemotherapy and laboratory orders for individual patients. As Needed. Performs various duties as needed to successfully fulfill the function of the position. Education: PharmD Certifications/Licenses: Must be a licensed Pharmacist by the Oklahoma State Board of Pharmacy or obtain licensure within 90 days of hire. Must possess or be able to obtain an Oklahoma Preceptor's license by the Oklahoma State Board of Pharmacy within one year of hire. Equivalent/Substitution: Bachelor's Degree in Pharmacy Preferred: Completion of a PGY2 oncology accredited residency and BCOP (Board Certified Oncology Pharmacist).