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Clinical Pharmacists work in health care facilities and interact with medical professionals and patients. Typical sample resumes for Clinical Pharmacists list duties such as maintaining drug inventories, making sure that patients take the treatment, offering consultancy on drug effects, monitoring treatment progress, and updating records. A successful example resume for Clinical Pharmacist should showcase pharmacy expertise, customer service skills, organization, attention to details, teamwork, and good communication abilities. Candidates should hold a state license and have finished the doctoral pharmacy program.

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Clinical Pharmacist

  • Reviewed chemotherapy medication orders and prescriptions for accuracy, safety, and clinical appropriateness and processed these orders.
  • Performed dose adjustments for intravenous antibiotics.
  • Provided drug therapy support during Code Blue and rapid response situations.
Candidate Info
5
years in
workforce
9
months
at this job
BS
Biology
32

Clinical Pharmacist Specialist

Provide outpatient anticoagulation (warfarin/target specific agents) management services to over 2000 patients under the care of VAMC primary care providers. Decrease healthcare expenditures/costs by reducing anticoagulant-associated admissions through anticoagulant monitoring/ dosage adjustment. Review patient medical charts for potential drug-drug/ drug-disease interactions. Conduct patient interviews both at scheduled in-person appointments and via phone to ensure safe medication use and indication.

  • Aided in transition of clinic operation from point-of-care to call center (telephonic management)
  • Oversee/ manage work-flow of anticoagulation nurses and technicians
  • Precept/ mentor student pharmacist candidates and PGY-1 residents
  • Establish relationships with and provide consultation to primary care practitioners and healthcare teams
  • Improved patient care through the facilitation of removal of inaccurate testing equipment
Candidate Info
5
years in
workforce
7
months
at this job
PharmD
Pharmacy
33

Clinical Pharmacist

Employee of pharmacy benefit manager for prescription medication benefit programs

  • Lead pharmacist for specialty biopharmaceuticals management program
  • Review of medically necessary and prior authorization requests
  • Contributed to the development of preferred product protocols
  • Served as liaison to provider community serving enrolled patients
  • Responded to internet-based "ask the pharmacist" questions submitted by drug plan enrollees
  • Oversight of pharmacy students, technicians, and consumer service representatives
Candidate Info
12
years in
workforce
4
years
at this job
BS
Bachelor of Science
34

Clinical Pharmacist/case Management

Helping to improve patient outcomes by providing education to patients and providers

  • Embedded in multiple primary care practice sites
  • Telephonic outreach to members in Case or Disease Management programs
  • Developed Cost Savings Opportunity Report
  • Saved over $200,000 in 2014 by providing PCP's with lower cost, equally efficacious medication alternatives
Candidate Info
28
years in
workforce
2
years
at this job
AS
Medical Assistant
35

Clinical Pharmacist

Provided drug information to patients and dispensed specialty medications. Performed therapies including rheumatoid arthritis, psoriasis, hepatitis C, osteoarthritis, anemia, multiple sclerosis, growth disorders, hormone disorders and Crohn's disease. Counseled patients on topics such as drug administration, management of adverse effects, infection control while using immunosuppresant agents, mechanism of action, explanation of regimens as well as discussion of disease states.

  • Processed electronic and written prescriptions from prescribers.
  • Clarified prescriptions with prescribers and support staff.
  • Reported adverse drug reactions and medication-error reporting through internal reporting methods.
Candidate Info
15
years in
workforce
5
years
at this job
Pharm D
Trauma/burn/emergency Surgery
Psychiatry
36

Clinical Pharmacist

  • Review CPOE orders and monitor daily reports recommending necessary changes in therapy to prescribers based on patient-specific data, published literature, and Steward/QMC practices.
  • Attend daily multi-disciplinary team rounds establishing a professional relationship with practitioners, fostering a collegial atmosphere across the professions and establishing Pharmacy as an integral part of the team.
  • Provide education to nursing staff and medication and disease state counseling to patients at discharge, which lead to a 32% increase in QMC's HCAHPS scores.
  • Attend rapid responses and codes in order to provide drug information to medical staff and prepare medications for administration.
  • Identified insulin dosing errors and conducted a retrospective review of patient data to evaluate error trends, resulting in the implementation of a Steward system-wide change in dosing protocol.
  • Developed a Patient Education Orthopedic Pre-Op teaching model and worked collaboratively with Orthopedics and Nursing departments to provide bi-weekly patient education.
  • Created a curriculum and enhanced the program for Advanced and Intermediate Pharmacy Practice Education students from MCPHSU.
  • Integral to providing staff education for the implementation of the Steward Vancomycin Dosing per Pharmacy Protocol.
Candidate Info
13
years in
workforce
3
years
at this job
BA
French
37

Clinical Pharmacist

Advising physicians on the inherent dangers of drugs, dosages and their eventual side effects, interactions with food and other medications.

  • Coordinating pharmacy technician duties with delivering and labeling of medications
  • Preparation of chemotherapeutic and IV products using USP 797 methods and procedures
  • Monitoring patient labs for renally excreted drugs, hepatically excreted drugs, biotech medications and recommending appropriate changes
  • Encouraging physicians to follow appropriate antibiotic stewardship recommendations and cost effective therapies
  • Counseling patients on discharge medications using teach back method
Candidate Info
9
years in
workforce
3
years
at this job
38

Clinical Pharmacist

Perform prior authorization review for Medicare Part D prescription drug plans and various commercial plans nationwide.

  • Review drug claims that have been rejected at pharmacy at point of sale.
  • Interact with provider and patient to acquire more information about patient's medical conditions, allergies, past and present history of drug therapies, living condition.
  • Evaluate patient's medical conditions, history of drug therapies and apply the specific plan formulary and utilization management guidelines to determine if patient meets the criteria for the requested drug to be covered by the plan.
  • Give consultation to help desk agents and prior authorization technicians regarding formulary alternatives, guidelines and high drug cost overrides.
  • Provide subject matter expert support to pharmacists on both Medicare part D and commercial prior authorization.
  • Trained 38 pharmacists for Medicare Part D prior authorization review.
Candidate Info
7
years in
workforce
3
years
at this job
BS
Biology
Pharmacy
Biological Sciences
39

Clinical Pharmacist

Interpret, evaluate, verify and dispense prescriptions in a fast paced large volume closed-door pharmacy serving long term care facilities.

  • Resolve customer issues, disputes and complaints by providing quality customer service including emergency/on-call support.
  • Assist in processing Medi-Cal, Medi-Care and private insurance claims. Submission of TAR's where appropriate.
  • Clinically review prescribed medications for new patients.
  • Use and maintain PYXIS for controlled substances.
  • Routinely responsible for timely deliveries.
Candidate Info
12
years in
workforce
1
year
at this job
BS
Biology
40

Clinical Pharmacist - Critical Care

  • Responsible for the pharmaceutical care of the patients in a 26 bed Intensive Care Unit as well as a 36 bed step-down unit.
  • Reliable source of drug information for the Cardiologists, infectious disease physicians, resident physicians, and nurses.
  • Wrote protocols for treating many disease states, such as congestive heart failure, community acquired pneumonia, and deep vein thrombosis. Coordinated oncology protocols with Fox Chase Cancer center.
  • Wrote a conscious sedation protocol using medication and patient monitoring with the Ramsey scale which is now used at all of the Virtua divisions as well as other hospitals in the South Jersey and Philadelphia region.
  • Wrote standardized protocols for pressors such as dopamine, neosynephrine, and phenylephrine to ensure safer and more effective practice in our units.
  • Instituted an antibiotic criterion for our ICU patients to make sure patients are receiving the most effective and cost efficient medication.
Candidate Info
38
years in
workforce
20
years
at this job
BA
Biology
BS
Pharmacy
Pharmacy

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