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Medication Clinician Services RN (posted 11/12/15)
Under the guidance of the Pharmacy Clinical Coordinator this position performs duties in support of the Elliot Anticoagulation Management Program. This person also collaborates with physicians to provide cost effective, quality services to the patients requiring anticoagulation therapy.
All candidates must be graduates of an accredited school of nursing. Nurses hired after May 2015 must have a Bachelor’s degree in nursing or a higher nursing degree to be considered. Alternatively, candidates may choose to commit to achieving the degree in a specified time. Ardiology and/or patient medication education is strongly preferred. New Hampshire Registered Nurse or Compact State Registered Nurse License is required. Selected candidates must obtain their BCLS qualification during their orientation period and maintain it during their employment. Candidates must be certified in Anticoagulation Therapy Management or be willing to obtain it within 180 days of hire. New hires without certification are required to take the closest available Anitcoagulation Therapy Management course to their date of hire. The perfect applicant will have the ability to communicate effectively and establish a cooperative, collaborative working environment as well as an advanced working knowledge of anticoagulation therapy including indications, food, medication and herbal interactions, lifestyle and side effects. Epic System experience is ideal.
Elliot Health System is an equal opportunity employer embracing the strength that diversity brings to the workplace. We provide a welcoming and supportive environment for employees of all ethnic backgrounds, cultures, ages, lifestyles and physical abilities.
Froedtert & the Medical College of Wisconsin (F&MCW) in Milwaukee, WI is recruiting for a pharmacist to be an Anticoagulation Program Coordinator for the health system. (posted 11/19/15)
Brief summary of the position
The Anticoagulation Program Coordinator is responsible for development, coordination, monitoring and ongoing success of the anticoagulation management program for F&MCW. This coordinator will work with the Hematology department, Anticoagulation Clinic, Blood Center of Wisconsin, Heart and Vascular service line, and related groups and committees to optimize the use of anticoagulation across F&MCW. The pharmacist will lead an Anticoagulation Management Care Team, composed of prescribers, nurses, and other key stakeholders across the organization. This team will also serve as a subcommittee of the Health System P&T committee.
The pharmacist will perform a combination of clinical and operational pharmacy services necessary for the provision of pharmaceutical care in the area of anticoagulation. To accomplish this objective, the pharmacist shall interact with other members of the health care team to proactively address medication therapy issues. In conjunction with Froedtert's mission focusing on innovative community-academic partnerships, excellence in care and service, and progressive medical research and education; the pharmacist assures that patient care is optimized through compliance with the department's quality improvement strategies and the Joint Commission standards. The individual in this position will report directly to the Director, Center for Medication Utilization & Finance and will have no direct reports. Other duties as assigned.
Please contact Jordan Dow if you’re interested in this position.
Jordan Dow, MS, PharmD, FACHE
Director, Center for Medication Utilization & Finance
Phone: 414-805-4061 Fax: 414-805-9283
Froedtert & The Medical College of Wisconsin
9200 W. Wisconsin Ave.
Milwaukee, WI 53226