We are adding an Operations Coordinator to the Pharmacy Administration Department. This position will be responsible for daily revenue audits, 340b audits, and work ques, among other things. Scroll down for a more detailed list of responsibilities.
The position works Monday-Friday 8am-4:30pm, and has a work from home hybrid situation: two days at home, and three days in the office.
Pay starts at $20.30/hour, and benefits begin immediately.
To be considered, candidates must have 3-5 yrs of Pharmacy Technician experience. 340B experience is highly desired, but not required. A degree in a related field is helpful, but not required.
Here is a detailed list of responsibilities:
Review of Daily Inpatient Pharmacy charges to ensure compliance (over 12,000 dispenses a day)
Responsible for Pharmacy work que and medication error basket. Contact clinical staff to correct documentation issues
Set uo new drugs/NDC in the Epic Pharmacy system. Knowledge of Pharmacy mark-ups and coding of drugs. Work closely with Pharmacy Buyers and Epic IT team
Review and investigate errors in the monthly Medi-span file prior to updating all drug prices in Epic
Investigate the undocumented Pharmacy dispenses
Assist 340B Analyst and provide back-up coverage
Audit daily dispensing files exported from Epic and Fastrack into the 340B Software.
Audit billing modifiers required by Ohio Medicaid and MCOs for all Retail Pharmacies and Home Care Pharmacy
Upload and audit all the direct vendor purchase orders into the 340B Software
Verification of providers and maintenance of the provider lists in the 340B Software
SUBFUNCTION DEFINITION: Responsible for certain administrative, procedural, financial, legal, operational, and quality improvement activities within Cincinnati Children's Hospital that are necessary to run the facilities and to support the core functions of the business relative to treatment and payment.
Scope: Size of department/site of care/operating unit (total square footage of assignment) and # of buildings/sites of care (TBD) # of pt. encounters; service lines (TBD) ' Degree of independent decision making responsibility; degree of budget and materials management responsibilities; on-call emergency response responsibilities (TBD) ' # direct report FTEs (TBD)
???Facilities/Operations Coordinate the daily operations of the dept./facility in collaboration with leadership. Coordinate and monitor business processes. Identify opportunities for improving cost and quality; Help develop and implement policies and procedures for improved utilization, quality and operations. Ensure operations are efficient and cost effective. Resolve issues with utilization of facilities and equipment. Follow policies and procedures to ensure that all policies are in conformance with guidelines. Promote compliance with all regulatory requirements. Support programmatic development, efficient work and patient flow, supply and instrument mgt, and a safe culture and environment. Assist with facilities related projects, monitor timelines for completion and communicate with staff and vendors. May manage routine purchase or repair maintenance of facility equipment. Coordinate space to meet the operational and strategic goals of the division and the needs of the individual program areas. Collaborate with IT and design to ensure proper placement of items in clinical areas. Assist with area commissioning and decommissioning process.
???Accreditation/ Regulatory/Compliance Update Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) as required when regulation and system changes dictate. Assist with revenue distribution models for executed agreements to ensure that financials are distributed in compliance with the CCHMC policy. Identify opportunities on an ongoing basis to improve compliance with agreement obligations, including milestones, reporting, and invoicing.
???Supply Ordering and Materials Perform tasks related to receiving, storing and distributing of products, materials, equipment and supplies. Maintain a working knowledge of supplies. Make recommendations for additions, deletions or changes in par levels based on knowledge of supplies needed and usage. Order stock and non-stock items associated with assigned areas. Check goods received against purchase orders, invoices, records and budget. Deliver materials to appropriate area and store. Monitor the day-to-day material/supply inventory in assigned areas. Manage inventory and ordering including but not limited to garnering quotes for furniture, medical equipment; or new construction items. Manage storage/deployment. Organize inventory and maintain accuracy, which may include purchases, rentals, loss prevention and removal of equipment. Schedule pick-up and delivery of equipment as needed. May work with vendors regarding functionality needs, coordinate implementation of new software and upgrades with IS, update processes and communicate changes to department and other stakeholders. May analyze, test and implement existing or new vendor software solutions that fulfill business needs or improve existing processes.
???Collaboration/Teamwork Work collaboratively/cooperatively with others to achieve goals. Proactively adjust one's style and/or efforts to complement those of others. Develop positive working relationships with peers/colleagues. Share knowledge and/or provide support for team members. Contribute to and promote a positive and professional work environment/atmosphere. May serve as a liaison within the division or organization.
???High school diploma or equivalent ???3-5 years of work experience in a related job discipline OR equivalent combination of education and experience
At Cincinnati Children’s, we come to work with one goal: to make children’s health better. We believe in a team approach, both in caring for patients and their families, and in advancing science and discovery. We strive to do better, and find energy and inspiration in our shared purpose. If you want to be the best you can be, you can do it at Cincinnati Children’s.