PharMEDium Services, LLC, an AmerisourceBergen Company, is a growing outsource compounding organization servicing hospitals nationwide
The Director of Medical Affairs is responsible for providing clinical and technical expertise to the business and will develop and maintain networks of key opinion leaders in the various facets of the business. They will have clinical knowledge for the entire PharMEDium product (services/admixtures) portfolio and will develop educational presentations and publications to support the growth of the body of literature as it pertains to PharMEDium's product portfolio, medication safety and the 503b compounding arena. PRIMARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Qualifications: EXPERIENCE AND EDUCATIONAL REQUIREMENTS:
- Develop professional relationships and communicate with national /regional thought leaders in the areas of clinical science, pharmacy outcomes and quality management support sales and marketing teams for consultative and Advisory Board functions.
- Participate in the development and review educational programs for regional and national symposia to promote and maintain knowledge of the regulatory, clinical and business aspects of 503b compounding space.
- Function as a liaison to support health care professionals, professional organizations, and medication safety advocacy groups that share the mission and vision of PharMEDium.
- Review requests for unrestricted educational grants to ensure appropriate use of resources.
- Provide scientific input and expertise in the design and construction of promotional materials and events. Present relevant scientific information at marketing functions when necessary.
- Develop framework for and implement outcomes studies that will demonstrate the impact of the PharMEDium portfolio.
- Review specific adverse event reports and aggregate adverse event statistics where patients experienced a lack of effect or possible significant adverse outcome.
- Develop a business plan and timeline for the creation and oversight of a team of Medical Liaisons to serve as field based clinical and business specialists.
- Attend scientific and professional meetings and support development of post-meeting deliverables.
- Graduate of an Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE)-accredited College of Pharmacy with pharmacy licensure in good standing.
- Completion of ASHP-accredited PGY-1 Residency Program, required.
- Board Certification in a clinical specialty recognized by the Board of Pharmaceutical Specialties.
- Minimum of 7 years clinical experience in health-system pharmacy.
- Well-developed interpersonal and verbal and written communication skills
- Experience in medical writing and presentation of scientific/technical information.
- Solid teamwork and collaboration / negotiation skills.