MD Anderson Cancer Center Pharmacy Business Systems Analyst (Pharmacy Medical Management & Analytics) in Houston, Texas
The Division of Pharmacy at MD Anderson Cancer Center strives to be the industry leader in providing premier patient-centered care, based on excellence and innovation in patient care, services, research and education. We strive to ensure safe, effective and cost-conscious medication use and to work with our health care colleagues to promote optimal drug therapy outcomes through the development of integrated, quality programs.
*Ideal candidates will have reporting experience with controlled substances and undocumented waste*
Reporting/Analysis of Systems Data
Reviews routine daily, weekly and monthly Controlled Substance monitoring reports for compliance with Federal, State, and Institutional regulations and policies. Forwards information and requests additional follow-up from users and departmental leadership when necessary. Tracks and trends individual, unit, and departmental compliance as needed.
Responsible for updating and maintaining Pharmacy Information System Databases. Knowledgeable regarding the departmental work processes to ensure that systems contribute to optimization of patient care and ensure regulatory compliance. Responsible for documenting all required actions following change management control processes.
Leads new Controlled Substance Diversion Monitoring and related initiatives by providing subject matter expertise and leadership when needed. Works with areas to redefine workflow/process changes to improve compliance and outcomes with regulations and policies. Coordinates with Information Technology resources and clinical end-users to communicate and confirm system functionality and usage.
Two years experience in domain, project management, workflow analysis. or Epic software. May substitute required education degree with additional years of equivalent experience on a one to one basis or completed years of college on a one to one basis
Reporting experience with control substances and undocumented waste.
Experience in healthcare, preferably with pharmacy systems and work processes.
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