of pharmacy and other government meetings.
Build professional relationships on behalf of Chewy healthcare facilities.
Assist in the creation, development and implementation of pharmacy operations compliance training.
Responsible for regular compliance audits and inspections of healthcare facilities, including the creation and management of corrective action plans.
Involved with the development and review of SOPs/P&Ps (including related training) with a focus on site-level differences.
Collaborate with Pharmacy site leadership and Associate Director of Healthcare Compliance to identify and initiate improvements to ensure compliance with existing and evolving accreditation standards and federal and state rules and regulations.
Maintain subject matter knowledge and expertise and enhance knowledge of the above standards, rules, and regulations that relate to pharmacy.
Develop and maintain working knowledge of additions and changes to standards, rules, and regulations that relate to pharmacy services, their interpretation, current trends and issues.
Complete gap analyses for compliance.
What you'll need:
Pharmacy degree from an accredited college of pharmacy.
5 - 7 years' experience
Maintain current unrestricted pharmacist licensure within the state.
Extensive knowledge and work experience with computerized pharmacy information and dispensing systems, operations, and pharmacy services.
Experience performing root-cause analysis reports and corrective action plans.
Travel Requirement: Some travel to alternate sites and industry meetings may be required.
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