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QuarterLine Pharmacist in United States

Pharmacist

Job Details

Level

Experienced

Job Location

Fort Bliss, Texas - Fort Bliss, TX

Remote Type

N/A

Position Type

Full Time

Education Level

Medical Degree

Salary Range

Undisclosed

Travel Percentage

None

Job Shift

Day

Job Category

Health Care

Description

QuarterLine is currently seeking full-time Pharmacists to join our team at Fort Bliss, Texas. As an employee of QuarterLine, you will have the opportunity to treat active-duty personnel, military retirees, eligible veterans, and their enrolled family members at William Beaumont Army Medical Center.

 

About:  

Since 1921, William Beaumont Army Medical Center (WBAMC) has provided care for military personnel and their eligible family members. They specialize in complete medical care, host a medical education program, and serve as a trauma center for the surrounding community. Continuous CoC Accredited since 1958 WBAMC accessions approximately 200 newly diagnosed cancer cases each year and provides a full range of diagnostic and treatment services, referral for a portion of diagnosis and treatment may occur. WBAMC currently participates in cancer-related clinical research and trails by enrolling patients in cancer-related trails or referring patients to the MD Anderson Cancer Center. WBAMC provides care to active-duty military, dependents, retirees and veterans’ affairs beneficiaries in a full range of services in cooperation with the El Paso Veterans hospital. This facility trains medical, general surgery and orthopedic residents along with transitional interns.

  

To learn more, please visit: https://william-beaumont.tricare.mil/

  

Essential Functions and Job Responsibilities:  

  • The main mission is to conduct health screenings on all pre-/post-deployment personnel (service members, contractor personnel, and/or civilian personnel) to include Separation Health Physical Examinations (SHPE) on post-deployment military personnel. General soldier readiness health screenings along with primary care evaluations, diagnostics and treatment for all service members are also included in the scope of the mission. CP shall perform all procedures and duties that are normal to the scope of that provider’s particular specialty and for which privileges are granted by the MTF in those specialties where privileges are required. These are essentially the same duties as those required of any Medical Corps Officer or government Civil Service healthcare provider of similar experience and in similar duty assignments. Key to each process is the roster of personnel to be screened. These rosters will be provided by the Medical Command (MEDCOM) Liaison and will be used by the contractor to ensure that all personnel going thru the screening are registered in appropriate information systems (CHCS, Medical Protection System (MEDPROS), etc). Proper pre-planning and data entry will help to facilitate a timely throughput which can number in the hundreds.

     

  • Tele-Health Services – Personal Healthcare Providers may be required to perform duties via Tele-Health as dictated by the Soldier Readiness Processing (SRP) mission. Tele-Health is described as the use of electronic information and telecommunications technologies to support long-distance pre-mobilization, mobilization, deployments, and post-deployments. Tele-health may include, record screenings, interviews, referrals, clinical health care, patient and professional health-related education, public health and health administration. Technologies utilized for Tele-Health services include videoconferencing, the internet, store-and-forward imaging, streaming media, and terrestrial and wireless communications.

     

  • Mobilization. The process begins with a series of administrative and medical briefings and an overview of the mobilization and medical stations. Contractor’s staff shall review a computer-generated pre-deployment health assessment form with each individual going through the process. Individuals are asked by CP to accurately complete the form. CP also complete a review of the individual’s MEDPROS record to determine what deficiencies the individual might have and any such deficiencies are annotated on the form. The individual then proceeds to each station. MEDPROS is again checked at each station. The stations are Laboratory, Immunizations, Dental, Vision Screening, and Audiology. When all stations are complete, the service member is seen by a provider who reviews all the data and discusses any health concerns with the service member. If a health issue is identified that requires further evaluation, the service member is seen in Case Management where a file is opened and appointments are made with the appropriate clinic.

     

  • Demobilization. The process begins with a series of briefings which include administrative, medical and entitlement briefs. Currently, a post deployment health assessment form is completed by the service member prior to leaving theater. The completed form is reviewed with the individual by the CP who notes any changes. MEDPROS is checked and the CP annotates any changes onto the form. The individual then proceeds thru the following stations: Laboratory, Immunizations, Vision screening and Audiology. When all stations are complete, the individual is seen by a provider who reviews the form and discusses any health concerns that the individual may have. If health issues are identified, a consult is placed and the individual is seen by a Case Manager who opens a file and schedules an appointment with the appropriate clinic.

     

  • Conus Replacement Center (CRC). The Conus Replacement Center (CRC) validate non-unit related personnel for deployment, resolve non-deployable conditions, provide sustainment of NRP flow to the theater, and receive and reintegrate Non-Unit Related (NRP) on redeployment. The initial CRC mission was to ensure Army NRP were fully prepared for deployment. The CRC mission has expanded in recent years to include individuals from all Services. This includes all Department of Defense (DOD) civilian personnel, contract personnel, and employees of the Nation Red Cross, and the Army/Air Force Exchange Services (AAFES). The CRC are activities providing theater specific deployment processing.

     

  • Separation History and Physical Exams. The office of the Surgeon General (OTSG), the United States Army Medical Command (USAMEDCOM), and the United States Army Medical community informs members of the Armed Forces on the requirement for a Separation History and Physical Examination (SHPE). The SHPE includes a soldier medical history review documented on a DD Form 2807-1 and physical examination documented on a DD 2808. Effective o1 Jan 2015, all Active Duty (AD) and Reserve Component (RC) soldiers separating from active duty must complete a separation history and physical exam with the results of that exam entered in their service treatment record (STR) before the date of separation.

     

  • Other Medical Duties: Other services to be conducted by Contracted provider may include, but are not limited to, Post-deployment Health Reassessments, Periodic Health Assessments, Welcome Center Soldier Assessments, Active Component Readiness Assessments and routine Medical Evaluation, Diagnostics and Treatments. Individual Deployment Site (IDS) serves as the gateway to check readiness and conduct deployment requirements for the AO and do not perform a garrison support unit (GSU) or reception station’s responsibility to mobilize Reserve component (RC) soldiers.

     

    Specific Tasks:

  • Perform contracted services for which granted privileges and which are essentially the same duties as those required of any government (civilian or military) clinical pharmacist of similar experience in a similar duty assignment.

  • Develop and participate in ambulatory care pharmacy practice sites and dispensing in Outpatient Pharmacy by developing collaborative partnerships with the medical staff and reviewing and monitoring outpatient medication regimens.

  • Perform dispensing functions in accordance with established policies/directives.

  • Assess patient’s response to drug therapy and planning drug therapy based on physician established diagnoses.

  • Order and assess laboratory tests necessary to evaluate drug therapy effects and therapeutic outcomes.

  • Analyze patterns and trends to determine appropriate, effective, and economical drug therapy management and when improvement in these areas can be identified, recommends alternatives.

  • Modify dosages, or methods, or significantly alters regimen without prior approval of physician, but subject to post-action reviews.

  • Provide clinical pharmacy services to selected clinics, including drug therapy management, patient education, therapeutic drug monitoring, staff education, and solicited drug therapy consults.

  • Document clinical pharmacy services and therapeutic consults which include economic impact on a continuous basis and prepares related reports.

  • Participate in quality assurance activities (e.g., drug utilization evaluations, measures of clinical pharmacist’s impact on drug therapy, etc.).

  • Travel to and from SRC pharmacy and MTF pharmacy to assure medication delivery to service members is available.

  • Use of telecommunications and information technologies to provide health assessment, diagnosis, treatment, consultation, education, and health-related information across distances.

  • Shall provide pharmaceutical services for deployment and redeployment from theaters of operation and in support of general military health readiness, along with support to the local MTF as needed.

     

    Minimum Qualifications: 

  • Education: Possess a six-year Doctor of Pharmacy (Phar.D. D) degree from a College of Pharmacy which is accredited by the American Council on Pharmaceutical Education (ACPE).

  • Licensure: Possess a current, unrestricted license to practice pharmacy in any one of the United States of America, the District of Columbia, the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, Guam, or the U.S. Virgin Islands.

  • Certifications: Possess a current Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) Registration certificate and a National Provider Identifier (NPI). Have and maintain current Basic Life Support (BLS) certification. The American Red Cross or American Heart Association Basic Life Support for Healthcare Providers is the only program accepted. BLS recertification shall be maintained in a current status at all times while the CP is performing services under this contract.

  • Experience: Possess a minimum of two years of post-graduate experience as a clinical Pharmacist within the last three years.

  • Citizenship:  U.S. citizenship. 

  • Credentialing: Ability to pass background check and drug screen. Current physical and immunizations.  

     

    Preferred Qualifications:    

  • Previous experience working with the military population.  

      

    Work Location, Hours, and Physical Requirements: 

  • Physical Requirements: You must be on the premises to perform the job. The environment is fast-paced and multifaceted, with conditions and duties that can change quickly throughout a shift.

  • Duty Hours: Duty hours shall be set forth by the applicable Department Chief or his/her designated government representative. The contractor will provide services for work weeks up to 40 work-hours and may consist of an average of eight (8), ten (10), twelve (12)-hour -work days scheduled Sunday through Saturday between the hours of 6:00 a.m. and 10:00 p.m. A mandatory 30 minute to 1-hour unpaid lunch will be given during the shift as determined by the clinic. Current operational hours are from approximately 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. but may be changed or be staggered dependent on the mission. The above time frames are subject to change by mutual agreement of the government and the contractor.

  • Shifts:The MTF reserves the right to reduce, increase, change and/or stagger shifts hours dependent on mission. Examples of shifts depending on unpaid lunch: eight (8) hour work shift is (7:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. or 7:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.); ten (10) hour work shift is (7:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. or 7:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.); twelve (12) hour work shift is (7:00 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. or 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.).

  • Overtime/Extended Shift:Overtime consists of any hours worked in excess of 40 hours in one seven (7) day period. Contractor personnel may be required to work beyond the end of their shift if there are still personnel to be processed at that time. Overtime request will depend on the mission’s need at the time of surge. Approval to work beyond ones shift must be obtained in writing from the designated Government Representative and so annotated on the sign-in sheet or the extension may not be compensated. Signing in early does not constitute an extended shift. Extended time will be calculated as follows: 10 to 20 minutes = ¼ hour; 21 to 40 minutes = ½ hour; 41 to 59 minutes = ¾ hour; and 60 minutes = 1 hour. Overtime/extended hours are those hours exceeding 40 hours in a one week period. Overtime/extended time will be used for direct patient care only.

     

    QuarterLine Consulting Services, LLC is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action/Disability/Vets Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, age, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, national origin, disability, or protected Veteran status. As an Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer, QuarterLine is committed to providing equal employment opportunity to all job seekers. If you are unable to use our online tools to search and/or apply for jobs due to a disability, please email recruiting@quarterline.com to request accommodation.   

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