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Pharmacy Auditor

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Job ID: 6675
Location: Chapel Hill, NC
Facility/Division: Shared Services
Status: Full Time
Shift: Day Job

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Job Description

Description

Become part of an inclusive organization with over 30,000 diverse employees, whose mission is to improve the health and well-being of the unique communities we serve.

SUMMARY:

The Pharmacy Auditor will work closely with the Pharmacy leadership team and multidisciplinary leadership team involved in the prevention and reaction to drug diversion. The Pharmacy Auditor is responsible for gathering, interpreting, sharing, and broadly influencing clinical and operational data important to compliance and surveillance of controlled substances across UNC Health. This position will also interface with Pharmacy Analytics and Information Services Division (ISD) team for data warehousing needs related to controlled substances reports.

DESCRIPTION OF JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:

1. Work independently in Microsoft Excel to accurately review, merge and interpret data from multiple data sources (EPIC, SAP Business Objects, Knowledge Portal, WorkForce Management).

2. Monitor and assist in resolution of controlled substances discrepancies working with Pharmacy, Nursing and Anesthesia leadership and staff for timely reconciliation.

3. Review and investigate medication removal, administration and safety reports, and Hospital Police reports, etc. analyzing data findings for patterns indicative of drug diversion or identification of gaps in workflow that can lead to drug diversion.

4. Recognize and communicate areas of concern to supervisor regarding controlled substances management discovered during routine report review or surveillance. 5. Build an accurate, objective and comprehensive audit by reviewing, tracking and trending data from multiple information sources.

6. Build data visuals to accurately depict findings from audits and share with Departmental leadership.

7. Manage multiple audits and accurately and consistently track outcomes in multiple records.

8. Accurately articulate case findings to Departmental leadership and multi-disciplinary leadership, providing follow-up data in a timely manner when requested.

9. Lead surveillance investigations.

10. Work with Pharmacy Auditor team member to develop recurring controlled substances reports, dashboards, key performance indicators and metrics used for drug diversion surveillance.


PREFERRED SKILLS AND ATTRIBUTES

• Ability to work in a team environment

• Strong knowledge of Excel

• Strong desire to proactively learn how to use new, potentially complex, software to support the team

• Strong, detail-oriented, and consistent communication (written and verbal), organizational, prioritization, and project management skills

• Provide high level of accuracy consistently

• Ability to demonstrate independent proficiency in auditing, data analysis and reporting, and data warehousing


Other Information

Other information:


Education Requirements:


● Bachelor's degree in Health Care Administration or other related field


Licensure/Certification Requirements:


● No licensure or certification required.


Professional Experience Requirements:


● Requires one (1) year of experience in health care compliance/auditing, or related duties involved in medication discrepancy monitoring, surveillance and investigation.


Knowledge/Skills/and Abilities Requirements:


● Ability to work in a team environment


•Strong knowledge of Excel


•Strong desire to proactively learn how to use new, potentially complex, software to support the team


•Strong, detail-oriented, and consistent communication (written and verbal), organizational, prioritization, and project management skills


•Provide high level of accuracy consistently


•Ability to demonstrate independent proficiency in auditing, data analysis and reporting, and data warehousing

Job Details

Legal Employer: NCHEALTH

Entity: Shared Services

Organization Unit: HCS Pharmacy Administration

Work Type: Full Time

Standard Hours Per Week: 40.00

Work Schedule: Day Job

Location of Job: US:NC:Chapel Hill

Exempt From Overtime: Exempt: Not Applicable



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