Must be available to work shifts between the hours of 7am-7pm Monday-Friday.
Under general direction of the Pharmacist in Charge, Data Processing Manager and/or Data Processing Supervisor, acts as the patient's advocate to ensure that the prescribed drug therapy and pharmacy care plan are followed as prescribed and also meet the medical, social and personal needs of the patient. Must be proficient in data entry, including prescription set up and prescriber verification. PRIMARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Must convey professional communication with physician offices at all times both orally and written.
Responsible for proper communication and documentation of clarification requests and follow up, including documenting progress made within Pathpoint Rx.
Answers and resolves internal inquiries within committed timeframes.
Responsible for making outbound calls to physician offices to request prescription refills and/or to request updates on pending prescription clarification requests.
Receives written prescription clarifications or refill requests and must validate that the information is complete and accurate.
Complies with all appropriates policies, procedures, safety rules and regulations.
Understands the physical, psychological and social challenges of specific disease states and assists the patient and Pharmacy Care Coordinators with drug therapy and pharmacy care issues. Qualifications: EXPERIENCE AND EDUCATIONAL REQUIREMENTS:
Requires broad training in fields such as business administration, accountancy, sales, marketing, computer sciences or similar vocations generally obtained through completion of a four year bachelor's degree program or equivalent combination of experience and education. Normally requires three (3) years of experience in a healthcare related call center environment, physician's office or social service environment. Must have an unrestricted, current state license as a Pharmacy Technician in resident state as required by state law. MINIMUM SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITY REQUIREMENTS:
- Strong oral and communication skills necessary.
- Computer literacy with MS Office application such as Outlook, Word, Excel, Access
- Excellent written and oral communication skills.
- Strong time management, organization skills, initiative, professional demeanor and positive attitude.
- Attention to detail, quick study, self-motivated, proactive and the ability to work independently with a high degree of initiative.
- Pharmacy Technician License is required (CPHT)
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