Oncology Pharmacy Clinical Specialist - Boston, MA

Boston, MA 10 days ago

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Category Pharmacy - Clinical Pharmacist
Job Type Direct Hire

Soliant is seeking an Oncology expert in Boston.  Join one of the most respected providers in Boston and enjoy great benefits and growing team.

EXPERIENCE:  Must meet one of the following:

  • PharmD + PGY2 training or Board Certification in Oncology Pharmacy or
  • With post-graduate training (PharmD or general residency),
  • Must have at least 3 years of pertinent work experience Hematology Oncology or
  • With Bachelor's Degree as highest level of education:
  • Must have at least five years of work experience in Hematology Oncology


Compliance with all Federal, State and Local laws, regulations and rules; compliance with all accreditation standards and knowledge of and adherence to all policies and procedures of the organization and department. Includes but is not limited to

  • Recording prescriptions, required recording activities, entering data into State or Commonwealth systems, dispenses medications, medical and surgical products as prescribed, provides counseling as required, obtain required continue education credits etc.)
  • Supervises pharmacy staff including customer service representatives and pharmacy technicians
  • Checking all medication prior to dispensing and deliveries.
  • Provides training, orientation, re-assigns staff as needed for optimal operations
  • It is the individual pharmacist's legal and professional responsibility to know and obey the laws and to maintain professional standards

Responsible for the creation and maintenance of a healthy work environment. A healthy work environment is one where people feel supported, held accountable, where standards are applied and expectations are clear. A healthy work environment is one where leadership supports and leads, models behavioral standards and sets the example for how to do all things right. Critical responsibilities related to this:

  • Being engaged in the department, including managing up, owning team decisions and communicating and supporting departmental and or organizational initiatives
  • Hold self and others to the highest ethical standards, and act with honor above all
  • Prepare or supervise the preparation of all medications dispensed from specialty pharmacy
  • Performs clinical checks on prescriptions for correct dosage, indication, drug interactions, end-organ function, etc.
  • Assist with order verification for MONC pharmacy based on volume and staffing needs
  • Drug education and counseling to patients as outlined in department policies and procedures
  • Ensure off-label specialty medications prescribing has appropriate literature to support its utilization
  • Documents all counseling sessions in patient chart and ensures sessions are billed for appropriately
  • Contact HMOs and third-party insurance companies with respect to reimbursement eligibility, prior authorization, denials. Also complete any forms/paperwork for this process.
  • Perform order entry of prescriptions into the pharmacy management systems (QS1and POS, etc.) and make sure claims are appropriately adjudicated.
  • Participate and process prescriptions following individual FDA mandated REMS (ex. REVASSIST, ESA APPRISE)
  • Help submit BCBS quarterly reports.
  • Help patients obtain co-pay assistance for high co-pays through pharmaceutical sponsored co-pay assistance programs for commercial payers or through chronic disease funds for government subsidized payers
  • Supervise pharmacy staff including customer service representatives, students, pharmacy technicians, and PGY1/PGY2 residents

For more details contact:

Thomas Tatham
[email protected]

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Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Veterans/Disabled

  • Competitive Salary
  • Weekly Paycheck
  • Matching 401(k) Plan
  • Extensive Medical Coverage
  • Licensing Assistance
  • Custom Housing
  • Travel Assistance
  • Professional Development Reimbursement