Company: Marimn Health
Posted on: September 21, 2022
Come work for Marimn Health - voted one of the Best Places to
Work in the Inland Northwest in 2018, 2019, 2020 and 2021 and
Modern Healthcare's Family Friendliest Employer in 2020! Fantastic
benefits, flexible schedules, paid holidays and ability to choose
vacation times! Please note that this position is in Plummer, ID.
Carpool opportunities are available. QUALIFICATIONS: High school
diploma or GED required. Prefer formal pharmacy technician training
or minimum one year experience. Must have computer use knowledge.
Must be currently certified in the State of Idaho as Pharmacy
Technician by the Idaho State Board of Pharmacy. ADA ESSENTIAL
FUNCTIONS: Hearing: within normal limits with or without use of
corrective hearing devices. Vision: adequate to read 12-point type
with or without use of corrective lenses. Must be able to verbally
interact with staff, clients and public. Manual dexterity of
hands/fingers for writing and data entry. Able to lift up to 40
lbs. Standing 85% of the day. Walking 85% of the day. Pushing up to
50 lbs. Pulling up to 50 lbs. RESPONSIBILITIES: Demonstrated
knowledge base in his/her field and keeps current through
continuing education programs. Converts physician medication orders
into typed prescription labels. Utilizes clinic computer equipment
to generate labels, collect data, and produce patient care
information. Trained according to the standards of the employer to
perform routine functions that do not require the use of
professional judgment in connection with the preparing,
compounding, distribution and/or dispensing of medications.
Demonstrates clear communication in regard to patient care and
personal communication. Aids in processing and mailing medications
to reduce in-person contact with high risk patients. Delivery of
medications when needed to reduce direct contact with high risk
patients. Staff members alternate pickup locations to reduce
unnecessary entry into clinic. Provides health promotion and
disease prevention activities relating to drug use and preventative
drug therapy to the community when needed. Communicates directly
with the Pharmacy Manager about problems that affect the delivery
of patient care. Maintains positive and professional
patient/pharmacy relations with Marimn Health patients. Treats
patients and staff with courtesy and respect. Participates in
accreditation committees, attends staff and Center meetings, and
in-service training. Properly documents errors in logs, and accepts
responsibility. Number of errors are appropriate for workload.
Requisitions and maintains adequate supplies for the department.
Maintains records, does drug inventory, stock shelves, maintains
clean work environment. Contributes to constructive problem solving
in the pharmacy. Communicates directly with the Pharmacy Manager
about problems that affect the pharmacy operations. Helps to create
an environment that facilitates the Manager's ability perform
his/her job. Helps to identify problems and works to solve these
problems. Promotes a cooperative team effort within the Pharmacy.
Consults with the Revenue staff in third party processing of
pharmacy billing as well as participating in the development of an
integrated billing software package. Enter in new drug products and
costs into the database. Contributes equally and positively to the
workload in the pharmacy. Accomplishes necessary paperwork as
assigned. Follow policy and procedure rules, including dress code.
Makes productive use of administrative and down time. Develops
programs and ideas to improve efficiency of the department. Uses
programs for official use only. Does not use inappropriate internet
sites or email. Manages personal and professional priorities for
the good of the Center. Demonstrates compassion and understanding
of patient's problems. Works to effectively resolve problems.
Treats patients with courtesy and respect. Consistently works as a
team player in completing pharmacy workload and facilitating
patient care. Is punctual in arriving at scheduled times. Does not
abuse paid time off policies. Orders needed supplies from various
vendors. Utilizes electronic ordering systems. Handles refill
requests and ordering of charts. Utilizes system for ordering of
charts. Maintains adequate medication stock. Provides clerical
support when needed. Attends job related training and staff
meetings when assigned. Performs other duties as assigned.
Keywords: Marimn Health, Spokane , PHARMACY TECHNICIAN, Professions , Spokane, Washington
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