Employer: Management and Training Corporation Expires: 12/31/2020 License Practical NursesWhy Work For Us? At MTC, caring about others, giving back, and making a social impact are the foundation of all we do. Since 2005, MTC Medical has made a social impact by improving the healthcare that offenders receive. We providing quality medical, dental, and mental health services to more than 19,000 offenders at 14 facilities, while also promoting healthy lifestyles.Incarcerated individuals often experience a higher incidence of significant health problems than the community as a whole, caused by lifestyle issues, such as drug or alcohol abuse, or social pressures, such as limited access to health care, and financial issues. Beyond providing accurate diagnoses and effective treatment, our clinical team emphasizes lifestyle changes essential to successful rehabilitation through broad health education initiatives and individualized case management and rehabilitative programming to approximately 2,400 male offenders.MTC Medical staff enjoy competitive wages, affordable health, dental and prescription drug insurance, paid time off, 12 hour schedules, 401(k) with company match and a chance to make a difference every day. Must be available to work all shiftsDescription & QualificationsReports administratively to the assistant health care administrator and clinically to the chief medical officer. Responsible for CQI as well as providing nursing care and assistance for ill and/or injured persons. All decisions should be reviewed with the RN on duty with the exception of routine duties assigned to the nurse (LPN) in compliance with MTC Medical and Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction (ODRC) directives.Essential Functions:1. Under direction of the RN on duty and in accordance with approved standing orders, assess condition of and prescribe treatment for inmates reporting to sick call.2. Assist with provider line; prepare examining room and equipment.3. Operate pill call, dispense medication and document as required by applicable policies and procedures. To include push and or wheel pill cart on facility campus.4. Control medication, syringes and other medical supplies or equipment as required.5. Perform emergency procedures as needed and call physician for treatment orders.6. Keep equipment and work area clean; utilize appropriate sanitation methods.7. Practice basic cost containment and utilization management for patient care and facility operations.8. Maintain absolute security and confidentiality of all medical records; observe applicable HIPAA rules.9. Closely monitor all potential catastrophic illnesses.10. Comply with all applicable pharmacy laws, especially those covering controlled substances.11. Provide health counseling and health education on an individual or group basis, as required.12. Prepare and maintain narrative, statistical, summary and operational records, reports and logs.13. Review and process all reports and documents in a timely manner.14. Conduct chart review; review status of inmates with serious health problems for completion of all necessary intervention and treatment.15. Attend scheduled staff meetings; promote communications and proper flow of relevant information in the medical unit.16. Facilitate, where applicable, NCCHC/ACA/JCAHO accreditation of the medical program by providing the required level of efficiency and approved, appropriate medical services.17. Prepare and disseminate safety and accident reports as required by policies and procedures; take appropriate action in cases of serious and unusual incidents and emergencies.18. Perform rescue functions at accidents, emergencies and disasters to include administering basic emergency medical aid, physically removing people away from dangerous situations, and securing and evacuating people from confined areas.19. Properly chart medical care.20. Maintain accountability of inmates and property; adhere to safety practices.21. Promote the development of positive social skills through modeling appropriate behaviors and intervening when inappropriate behaviors are observed; provide regular feedback to staff regarding social skills procedures and intervention techniques.It is expected that the incumbent shall perform other duties as assigned within his/her capabilities as determined by management.Degree in nursing, current valid nursing license as a Licensed Practical Nurse for the state of Ohio. Three years experience is preferred. Must possess current CPR certification. Valid driver's license in the state of Ohio with an acceptable driving record required, unless waived by management. Must attain and maintain appropriate facility security clearance.Post Hire Qualifications and Training Requirements:Must successfully complete annual in-service training requirements.MTC Medical is an Equal Opportunity Employer.Starting Wage $19.50-$21.00
Employer: Willis Towers Watson Expires: 09/28/2020 The CompanyWillis Towers Watson is a leading global advisory, broking and solutions company that helps clients around the world turn risk into a path for growth. With roots dating to 1828, Willis Towers Watson has 40,000 employees serving more than 140 countries. We design and deliver solutions that manage risk, optimize benefits, cultivate talent, and expand the power of capital to protect and strengthen institutions and individuals. Our unique perspective allows us to see the critical intersections between talent, assets and ideas – the dynamic formula that drives business performance.Create a career that goes in the direction you choose. Get to know opportunity.The BusinessOur Health and Benefits business helps large and mid-size clients control soaring health and welfare plan costs, improve health outcomes and promote employee engagement through broad-based, state-of-the-art interventions. We provide solutions encompassing creative plan design, vendor evaluation and management, pricing and funding strategies, data analytics, valuation support, and legal compliance and governance strategies. We also provide specialty consulting services including clinical/health management program design, pharmacy solutions, disability/absence management strategies and claims audit services. Product based solutions such as our pharmacy purchasing coalition round out our broad-based suite of offerings.The RoleAs a Health and Benefits Intern, you will work beside some of the industry’s top consultants while you progress toward becoming a thought leader of the future.You will have immediate exposure to real client assignments which will draw on your imagination and creativity as well as your ability to analyze data, draw conclusions and present results. These experiences will help build your technical knowledge and overall industry expertise.You will partner with consultants to provide support on projects through:• Performing financial analyses, including developing pricing, creating employee contribution strategies, modelling plan design alternatives, and calculating reserves• Analyzing and comparing vendor products, services, and contracts• Designing, distributing, and evaluating responses to surveys and RFPsThe Requirements:• Progress towards a Bachelors or Master’s degree in mathematics, statistics, finance, public health, health management, actuarial science or any other major with significant quantitative course work with a minimum overall GPA of 3.0• For Actuarial students: Successful completion of one or more actuarial exams highly preferred• Work experience that demonstrates strong technical and/or client service skills (analyst type of internship preferred)• Passion for solving problems and sharing solutions to exceed the standards of the client• Ability to be a self-starter and work independently, but also cooperatively in a close team environment• Excellent oral and written communication skills• Excellent Microsoft Office skills, particularly in ExcelWillis Towers Watson is an equal opportunity employerWillis Towers Watson is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to, among other things, race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, status as a protected veteran, or disability. Equal Employment Opportunity: Know your rights.Unsolicited Contact: Any unsolicited resumes/candidate profiles submitted through our web site or to personal e-mail accounts of employees of Willis Towers Watson are considered property of Willis Towers Watson and are not subject to payment of agency fees. In order to be an authorized Recruitment Agency/Search Firm for Willis Towers Watson, any such agency must have an existing formal written agreement signed by an authorized Willis Towers Watson recruiter and an active working relationship with the organization. Resumes must be submitted according to our candidate submission process, which includes being actively engaged on the particular search. Likewise, for our authorized Recruitment Agencies/Search Firms, if the candidate submission process is not followed, no agency fees will be paid by Willis Towers Watson. Willis Towers Watson is an equal opportunity employer.
Employer: Cigna - Sales Expires: 10/23/2020 If you’re looking for a challenging, ever-changing career, you’ve come to the right place. Cigna Sales Academy instills professional development and growth in sales among new hire employees. Our training program will provide you with an in-depth understanding of what it takes to succeed in HealthCare and sales. Throughout this multi-week program, your classroom is integrated with training, structured field sales, mentoring, and coaching. Upon completion, you will have the necessary tools to combat the versatility of HealthCare, understand its complexities, and experience a fulfilling career.About CignaLet us tell you a little more about who we are. We’re a global health service company dedicated to helping people improve their health, well-being, and sense of security. But we don’t just care about your well-being, we care about your career health too. That’s why when you work with us, you can count on a different kind of career - you’ll make a difference, gain real-world experience, and contribute to changing the way people think about healthcare.ResponsibilitiesWhat you’ll doEstablish, develop, and maintain relationships. Within your assigned market, you’ll be expected to cultivate relationships with insurance brokers, as well as current and prospective clients. Act as a resource to them by offering solutions to concerns they may have.Go Local. Engage and partner with the communities you serve.Know your product. Promote Cigna's product suite and services by having an in-depth understanding of what we have to offer.Be a team player. Work closely with a variety of internal and external individuals to accomplish your goals, including your Sales Manager, Service Operations, Underwriting, Product, Marketing, Pricing, and Sales Effectiveness. Communicate new product and service opportunities, special developments, information, or feedback gathered through field activity to appropriate company staff.Maintain organization. Prepare a variety of status reports, including activity, closings, follow-up, and adherence to goals. Follow up on new client leads and referrals resulting from field activity.QualificationsWhat you need to do the jobSenior in a Baccalaureate Program, graduating no later than May 2021 or a Bachelor's or Master's degree with no more than 3 years of work experience post-graduation.Highly motivated, confident, energetic, and positive attitudeStrong communication and presentation skills, along with listening abilityWilling and able to relocate to another territory in the USEffective critical thinking, problem-solving and influencing skillsExceptional work ethic, willing and eager to succeed – a proven self-starterA high degree of honesty and integrityAbility to work successfully in teams and in leadership positionsGoal-oriented and career-mindedExceptional customer service standards and deliveryAbility to thrive in a fast-paced sales environmentAbility to prioritize projects and to handle multiple demands simultaneouslyMultilingual language skills are highly desiredProficient in Microsoft OfficeOther InfoLocation: Glendale, CAThis position is not eligible for visa sponsorship by the Company, and therefore is open only to individuals who are eligible for employment in the United States and who would not require visa sponsorship now or in the future.Qualified applicants will be considered for employment without regard to age, race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, veteran status. Need an accommodation? Email: SeeYourself@cigna.comAbout CignaCigna Corporation (NYSE: CI) is a global health service company dedicated to improving the health, well-being and peace of mind of those we serve. We offer an integrated suite of health services through Cigna, Express Scripts, and our affiliates including medical, dental, behavioral health, pharmacy, vision, supplemental benefits, and other related products. Together, with our 74,000 employees worldwide, we aspire to transform health services, making them more affordable and accessible to millions. Through our unmatched expertise, bold action, fresh ideas and an unwavering commitment to patient-centered care, we are a force of health services innovation.When you work with Cigna, you’ll enjoy meaningful career experiences that enrich people’s lives while working together to make the world a healthier place. What difference will you make? To see our culture in action, search #TeamCigna on Instagram.Qualified applicants will be considered without regard to race, color, age, disability, sex, childbirth (including pregnancy) or related medical conditions including but not limited to lactation, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, veteran or military status, religion, national origin, ancestry, marital or familial status, genetic information, status with regard to public assistance, citizenship status or any other characteristic protected by applicable equal employment opportunity laws.If you require reasonable accommodation in completing the online application process, please email: SeeYourself@cigna.com for support. Do not email SeeYourself@cigna.com for an update on your application or to provide your resume as you will not receive a response.
Employer: Phil, Inc. Expires: 10/08/2020 Phil is looking for an Ohio Licensed Pharmacist Intern. This is an office setting environment.The primary responsibilities of this role are:Data entry of electronic, faxed, and verbal patient prescriptions in our pharmacy softwareVerifies patient insurance coverage utilizing phone or online resourcesInitiate and submit prior authorizations to insurance plans in a timely manner via payer-specific portals and vendorsWorking knowledge of ICD-10 codes and prescription drug names. Ensures all pertinent medical documentation is accurate and present prior to authorization submission.Communicate with prescriber offices and insurance companies as well as coordinating with our partner pharmacies to ensure best in class care to patientsDocument activities appropriately in process notes using our operating systemAbility to successfully navigate between multiple systems throughout the course of the workday, this includes but is not limited to operational software and vendor portalsDemonstrate flexibility to perform duties wherever volume deems it necessaryThe most important goal here at Phil is to improve patients' medication adherence by offering a quick and effortless way for patients to get their medications on time.Requirements:Ohio Licensed Pharmacist InternIn good standing at an accredited college of pharmacyAbout You:Passionate about helping peopleAbility to work closely with our Customer Support team to ensure the success of patients that are recommended to us by their physician's officeProven team player, but can solve problems independently as wellExceptional written and verbal communication skillsReliable, and a self-starterWhy Join:Ground floor opportunity with one of the fastest-growing startups in health-techSolve a problem that matters: be part of a company that uniquely leverages technology to bring wellness to all of its stakeholders
Employer: Horizon Health Services Expires: 10/31/2020 Job Summary:The Med Adherence and Patient Engagement Specialist will be responsible for providing support to patients who are struggling with medication adherence and other chronic health conditions along with supporting clinical staff in managing high risk patients. This position participates as part of the population health team in identifying and monitoring metrics related to the coordination of care to engage and/or re-engage those patients who have become non-adherent with medications and need assistance with other social determinants of health life areas. Duties and Responsibilities:Responsible for monitoring and follow-up of key indicators identified in population health reports in collaboration with the business intelligence departmentParticipates in the development of standardizing work processes to impact key indicators which improve overall patient careProvides education and support to the Behavioral Health (BH) multidisciplinary team who refers patients with medication adherence concernsPerforms phone outreach to identify barriers and provide support for patients flagged for non-adherenceOffers support services to aid patients in improving medication adherence such as home delivery services, pharmacy coordination, medication packs, pill organizers, etc.Co-leads medication adherence groups as needed with Behavioral Health Clinician and/or PrescriberAttends case conferences to educate staff members on medication adherence program and patient medication group in a continued effort to expand outreachTravels between clinics to attend one on one sessions or provides virtual sessions between patient and counselor to discuss medication adherence interventions (as appropriate and determined by post-COVID guidelines)Attends offsite sessions in patient homes and in the community with Behavioral Health Provider to re-engage patient in treatment services (as appropriate and determined by post-COVID guidelines)Follow up with patients post hospitalization regarding med adherence or other health related issuesAssists patients to achieve their goals of engagement in treatmentProvides support to patients relative to importance of following up with medical provider as appropriateOther projects and programming in regard to medication adherence or other population health related areas, as needed or requestedQualifications:Prior experience working in Behavioral Health field preferredExcellent communication skillsExcellent computer skills, proficiency in Microsoft office skillsExperience working within Electronic Health Record (EHR) systemsFamiliarity with reporting and entry level data analyticsHighly organized and flexibleMust possess a clean NYS driver’s license and have reliable transportationEducation:Bachelor’s degree in Social Work or related field Location:3020 Bailey Ave, Buffalo, NY, 14215Position Hours:Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m.- 5:00 p.m.This position is grant funded. Why work at Horizon?Summer HoursAnniversary and Life Event BonusesBenefits and Wellness ProgramEmployee Appreciation EventsGrowth and Educational Training Opportunities401k Match and Profit Sharing ProgramsEmployee Referral Bonuses
Employer: National Institutes of Health Expires: 09/30/2020 Work in an elite paid internship for undergraduate and graduate students on America’s front lines of public health.Students in health-related undergraduate, masters and doctoral programs can train alongside active duty officers during their school breaks as part of the Junior Commissioned Officer Student Training and Extern Program. Participants are paid, and receive health benefits, housing and travel allowances. Programs last between 30 and 120 days. Participants become inactive Public Health Service officers upon completing the program and can activate upon graduation. There is no obligation to join the USPHS Commissioned Corps.Who's eligible:Undergrads with at least two years of study toward a baccalaureate degree in environmental health, engineering, nursing, pharmacy, physician assistant, dental hygiene, dietetics, medical laboratory technology, medical record administration, or occupational, physical, or respiratory therapy.Master's students who have completed at least one year of graduate study in nursing, a physician assistant program, environmental health, engineering, social work, public health, dietetics, healthcare administration, audiology, speech pathology, or occupational, physical, or respiratory therapy.Doctoral students who have completed at least one year of study in a doctoral program for medicine, dentistry, pharmacy, psychology, veterinary medicine, speech-language pathology, audiology, research science, or occupational, physical, or respiratory therapy.
Employer: Northern Light Health Expires: 11/27/2020 Northern Light Eastern Maine Medical Center is currentlyseeking a Pharmacy Clinical Manager who is responsible for the vision,leadership, and management of progressive Clinical Pharmacy Services forNorthern Light Eastern Maine Medical Center's inpatient and outpatientsettings. The Clinical Manager works with the Director of Pharmacy, Pharmacy OperationsManager, and 5 Clinical Specialists to develop, implement and manage clinicalservices that ensure safe, optimal and cost-effective clinical outcomes. TheClinical Manager also contributes to clinical initiatives for the NorthernLight Health System.Position responsibilities include:Provides direct pharmaceutical care services by promotingsafe and effective medication management processes-Implements and manages formulary decisions andprocesses-Directs implementation and activities for MedicationUse Evaluations-Coordinates clinical activities of the ClinicalPharmacist Specialists and Clinical Pharmacist GeneralistsDevelops, implements and assesses performance improvementand quality InitiativesOversees the departmental competency, education and staffdevelopment activitiesCommittees Participation-Pharmacy & Therapeutics Committee – workswith Chair to prepare agenda; ensures implementation of P&T decisions-Cancer Care Pharmacy/Nursing Collaborative-Medical Education Committee-Nurse Residency Advisory CommitteeWorks with the Director and Operations Manager to ensureregulatory and Joint Commission complianceActs as liaison to pharmacy schools-Coordinates IPPE and APPE student rotations-Coordinates and oversees activities of pharmacyschool faculty cliniciansPrecepts Pharmacy Residents and APPE studentsEducation and Experience:-State of Maine Pharmacist licensure-BS Pharmacy or PharmD required-PGY1 Health-System Pharmacy Practice Residencyplus 5 years hospital pharmacy experience – OR – PGY2 Clinical SpecialtyResidency plus 3 years hospital pharmacy experience required; (equivalentexperience will be considered)-Board of Pharmacy Specialties Certificationpreferred-Advanced degree (i.e. MBA, MHA) preferred
Employer: CareerMatrix.com - North Ottawa Community Health System Expires: 11/01/2020 North Ottawa Community Hospital is an 81-bed, acute care hospital located in Grand Haven, Michigan on the shores of Lake Michigan. We are a community health care system with a variety of inpatient, outpatient and support service. Affiliate organizations strengthen our seamless delivery of care, by transforming us into a health care delivery system. Casual (As Needed) Opening Available Possession of active, non-restricted national technician certification from the PTCB (Pharmacy Technician Certification Board).State of Michigan Pharmacy Technician Licensure.Minimum 2-years experience as a Certified Pharmacy Technician.Ability to manage multiple tasks and interruptions simultaneously.Excellent communication, teamwork, and customer service skills.
Employer: U.S. Army and Army Reserve Expires: 10/01/2020 OverviewThe pharmacy specialist is primarily responsible for preparing and dispensing prescribed drugs and medicines, while also maintaining pharmacy supplies and records.Job DutiesPrepare, control and issue pharmaceutical productsEvaluate orders to verify dosage, dosage regimen and quantity to be dispensedProvide instructions to patients regarding medication consumption and side effectsPerform quality control checks on medicationsTrainingJob training for a pharmacy specialist requires 10 weeks of Basic Combat Training and 23 weeks of Advanced Individual Training, including practice in pharmaceutical tasks.Some of the skills you’ll learn are:Pharmacy laws and regulationsDrug types and usesMixing and dispensing drugsHelpful SkillsInterest in mathematics, chemistry, biology, physiology and anatomyExperience with precise measurements and standardsAbility to follow strict procedures and directionsCompensationPaid trainingSalary PayHousing and meal allowance for full-time positions30 days of paid vacation each year, in addition to federal holidays401(K) type savings planFull-coverage medical and dental insurance for Soldiers and immediate family membersLow-cost life insurance (up to $400,000 coverage)Education Benefits (GI Bill) - tuition, housing, and book fees for 36 academic months of collegeTuition Assistance - up to $4500 per yearStudent Loan Repayment - up to $65,000 in college loan repaymentSigning bonus - up to $40,000 in cash bonusesIn order to meet the minimum qualifications, you must: · Be a US Citizen or Hold at least permanent residence (I-551/Greed Card)· Have no major medical issues· Have no major law violations (Felony level)If you are interested in finding out more about this position, please apply now and within 24-48 hours, you will receive an email from our recruiting team, directly.Adam Boktor Sr.United States Army Recruiter612-524-7002
Employer: Walgreens - Walgreens Field Expires: 08/12/2021 HERO SHIFT LEAD! (Helping Veterans with Educational & Retail Opportunities) The Walgreens HERO Program keeps our nation’s heroes in mind – with an opportunity for veterans to transition their leadership experience into the civilian world. Through this program, participants start on a path to store management, district management and beyond while pursuing a bachelor’s degree. Through this program, you’ll receive the support from senior leadership, as well as on-the-job mentorship, guiding you through our award-winning LEAP Program. LEAP fully prepares you to Lead, Engage, Advance, and Perform as a leader in our organization! Program Requirement:At least 6 months military experienceJob Objectives Opens and closes the store in the absence of store management, including all required systems start-ups, required cash handling, and ensuring the floor and stock room are ready for the business day. Responsible for opening back door of store for deliveries. Job Responsibilities Customer ExperienceEngages customers and patients by greeting them and offering assistance with products and services. Resolves customer issues and answers questions to ensure a positive customer experience.Models and shares customer service best practices with all team members to deliver a distinctive and delightful customer experience, including interpersonal habits (e.g., greeting, eye contact, courtesy, etc.) and Walgreens service traits (e.g., offering help proactively, identifying needs, servicing until satisfied, etc.).OperationsResponsible for holding store keys to open and close without management as necessary.Assists with and coaches other team members to work with warehouse and vendor ordering process as the orders are created, reviewed, and received, including opening the backdoor for vendor deliveries.Responsible and accountable for registering all related sales on assigned cash register, including records of scanning errors, price verification, price modifications, and voids.Assists manager or assistant store manager in reviewing order exceptions on order release day and assists in reverse logistics (e.g., 1506, returns, empty package).Assists manager or assistant store manager in evaluating and developing displays, including promotional, seasonal, super structures, and sale merchandise.Maintains accurate inventory counts; maintains the accuracy of on-hand quantities including, but not limited to, basic departments, stockroom, and overstock locations.Responsible for basic department pricing and making daily price changes; ensures proper signage is displayed at the store to support accurate pricing of products. Ensures any additional pricing tasks related to local regulations and/or regulatory compliance programs are completed accurately and within the required time frame.Assist with bookkeeping activities, including cash report, cash counts, ledgers, and bill payment as necessary or as requested.Assists with exterior and interior maintenance by ensuring clean, neat, orderly store condition and appearance, including requesting store or system repairs as required in manager absence, or as requested by manager.Assists with separation of food items (e.g., raw foods from pre-cooked) and product placement as specified by policies/proceduresAssist at Pharmacy out window as requested.Ensures compliance with state and local laws regarding regulated products (e.g., alcoholic beverages and tobacco products).CommunicationsServes as a liaison between management and non-management team members by communicating assigned tasks to team members when store management is not present.Reports disciplinary issues and customer complaints to management.Basic QualificationsAt least 6 months of military experience; supervisory is a plus. (EXTERNAL ONLY)Has or is pursuing a Bachelor’s Degree or Master’s DegreeMust be fluent in reading, writing, and speaking English. (Except in Puerto Rico)Willingness to work flexible schedule, including evening and weekend hours.
Employer: I am Boundless, Inc. Expires: 09/11/2020 Would you like to help make a difference, enjoy excellent benefits, and join a fast-growing company? We might have a job for you.We are looking for a dedicated Medical Assistant who shares our passion for helping others to join the I Am Boundless, Inc. team!Boundless is fast growing CQL- and CARF- accredited nonprofit organization with nearly 40 years of expertise. We are focused on supporting people with complex needs associated with intellectual and developmental disabilities and/or behavioral health challenges.Boundless BenefitsWorking for Boundless has many perks. We treat our team like family and offer advantages that allow you to focus, thrive, and grow.Enjoy excellent benefits such as medical, dental, vision, and life insurance, a flexible spending plan, legalshield, and generous time off. Looking to develop your skills? Boundless can offer you hard to find training, flexibility, and personal and professional opportunities.Employees also get five weeks of paid time off with the potential to earn additional days.What You Would Be DoingThe Medical Assistant will be located in at our Worthington campus, supporting our telepsychiatry in Dayton and Newark. Travel required.Primary Job ResponsibilitiesExcellent verbal and written communication skills. Will be required to take vitals and chart themWill need to be familiar with Electronic health record systemsWill be working with nurse practitioner to provide them supportWill involve answering phone calls for patients and calling pharmacies to check on medicationsWill need knowledge about doing prior authorization for patientsAdditional knowledge in helping with ISPs/Care Plans would be helpfulThis position may require once a month commute to Newark and Dayton which are satellite clinics where there will be telepsychiatryRun OARRS check for providersWork effectively as a team member to facilitate collaboration among all providers so that patient care is to the highest standards.Will need to be familiar with MicrosoftRequired Qualifications:Associates of Applied Science in Medical Assisting (AASMA)Certification as an Medical Assistant (MA)1-2 years of working directly with individuals as a Medical AssistantPreferred Education and ExperienceExperience working with people with complex behavioral health disorder and developmental delays, including autism spectrum disorders preferredInterested? Great! Apply for this job and we will review your application.All candidates who have received an offer of employment will be required to undergo a pre-employment background check, drug screen, and health screen as applicable for the role.We are an equal employment opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status or any other characteristic protected by law.
Employer: Hocking Valley Community Hospital Expires: 09/28/2020 Hocking Valley Community Hospital (HVCH) is currently seeking a Pharmacy Technician to join our friendly, patient-centered clinical team for the following shift:Part Time - DaysHVCH is a 25 bed critical access hospital (CAH) with over 325 employees who serve the residents and visitors of Logan, Ohio through various ancillary and 24-hour emergency care services. We are nestled in the heart of the beautiful Hocking Hills region in southeastern Ohio, less than an hour from Columbus. HVCH is affiliated with OSU Wexner Medical Center and part of the Ohio State Health Network. Our employees are just as important as our patients. HVCH offers competitive pay as well as outstanding benefits, including:Medical, Dental, and Vision Employee Wellness ProgramEmployee Assistance ProgramLife/AD&DLong-Term DisabilityVoluntary Life and Supplemental Insurance (Short-Term Disability, Cancer, Accident, etc.)Flexible Spending Accounts (Healthcare and Dependent Care)OPERS pension plan and Deferred Compensation for retirementCollege Advantage Ohio 529 Tuition Savings ProgramPaid Sick, Vacation, and HolidaysTuition/Education ReimbursementTuition Discounts with Hocking College, Ohio Christian University, and Grand Canyon University REQUIREMENTSHigh school diploma, GED, or the equivalent.Successful completion of a pharmacy technician education and certification program.Current pharmacy technician license in good standing issued by the Ohio Board of Pharmacy. JOB DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIESPharmacy technicians have an incredibly important role at HVCH. We need exceptional, hard-working pharmacy technicians to assist with dispensing medications and to provide the best possible patient care.In this position you will:Prepare, dispense, and deliver pharmaceuticals and other supplies.Set up, package, and label medication doses.Prepare intravenous admixtures, parenteral nutrition solutions, cancer chemotherapy medications, enter medication orders, maintain patient profiles, and assist the pharmacist in clinical duties, medication dispensing, and order filling.Refill automated dispensing cabinets.Develop and maintain pharmacy information system order entry and report generation skills. Review medication inventory, place orders, receive medications, and process paperwork.Deliver, pick up, and debit/credit pharmacy items from nursing areas.Maintain complete and accurate patient records.Perform clinical pharmacy support services and interventions.Provide service excellence to the customers of the organization by delivering timely, high quality care in a courteous and respectful manner. WHY HVCH?At Hocking Valley Community Hospital you are a part of something bigger. An award-winning hospital, HVCH is accredited by The Joint Commission and DNV-GL and recognized by the National Organization of State Offices Rural Health (NOSORH) for Quality and Patient Satisfaction. In existence since 1906, HVCH has been a public, non-profit community hospital since 1949. HVCH has also won numerous Best Places to Work honors and has very tenured staff with fantastic community support.We pride ourselves in hiring professionals who are highly qualified and passionate about exceeding our patients' expectations while effectively leading our organization into the future. With over 4 million visitors coming to Hocking Hills each year, we serve patients from all 88 Ohio counties and nearly all 50 states. By growing your career with us, you will find that our culture of caring starts with caring for our staff. We have a commitment to fostering professional growth, supporting our staff, providing quality healthcare, embracing a diverse workforce, and hiring highly skilled individuals. Come help us lead the way to a healthier community and join our amazing hospital family! For more information, or to apply now, you must go to the website below. Please DO NOT email your resume to us as we only accept applications through our website.https://www.applicantpro.com/openings/hvch/jobs/1470644-184890
Employer: Rochester Regional Health Expires: 09/30/2020 SUMMARY As a Clinical Pharmacist, your outstanding pharmaceutical knowledge paired with your ability to manage staff and liaise with medical providers leads to optimal patient care.STATUS: Full Time LOCATION: Unity Hospital DEPARTMENT: PharmacySCHEDULE: Day/Evening ATTRIBUTESPGY-1 residency preferredDemonstrated ability to achieve positive patient outcomesExcellent communication skills and strong attention to detailRESPONSIBILITIES Pharmaceutical Management. Provide specialized pharmaceutical services to improve drug usage and therapeutic outcomes; advise providers on issues concerning drug therapy, side effects and dose managementLeadership & Relationship Development. Mentor/supervise pharmacists in training; coordinate the activities of assigned pharmacy technicians; maintain liaison relationship with medical and nursing staffEvaluation. Conduct and evaluate medication histories, assess compliance and suggest modificationsEDUCATION:BS: Pharmacy, PharmDLICENSES / CERTIFICATIONS: LPharm - Licensed Pharmacist - New York State Education Department (NYSED)Any physical requirements reported by a prospective employee and/or employee’s physician or delegate will be considered for accommodations.Rochester Regional Health is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.Minority/Female/Disability/Veterans by a prospective employee and/or employee’s Physician or delegate will be considered for accommodations.
Employer: ResCare Ohio Expires: 12/01/2020 OverviewAre you driven to serve and help others in your community? Caregivers and Direct Support Professionals (DSP) are the heart of our company with their compassion, dependability, and care. If you want to make an impact by helping people live their best life, read more below and apply today!ResponsibilitiesJoin a team of passionate and caring people who make a difference in people’s lives. We are now hiring for Direct Support Professionals (DSPs) to provide direct care to those with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Our DSPs are the STARS of our organization who provide caregiving to the people we support. This may be in a group home, home-like setting. Essential Responsibilities/Job DutiesPerforming personal care tasks, including assistance with basic personal hygiene and grooming, feeding, and ambulation, medical monitoring, and health care related tasks. Fostering positive relationships between individuals served and their housematesEnsuring client safety and maintaining a safe environmentAssisting with toileting, including bedpans, urinals, and commode chairsReminding/assisting client with self-administration of medications (with proper training)Encouraging self-help activitiesReporting changes in client's condition or family situation to the officeDocumenting services providedPerforming home management functions such as light housekeeping, laundry, bed making, and cleaningPlanning meals, shopping for groceries, preparing and serving food/meals, feeding and clean-upAccompanying client to scheduled appointmentsTransporting clients or running errands for clientsProviding Medication Administration to the clients we serve, to include utilization of QuickMarConducting adaptive equipment auditsScaning medical appointment information to the Nursing Department and ensure all necessary medical supplies and equipment are receivedOther duties as assignedQualificationsHigh school degree/GED required (in most cases)18 years of age or olderValid driver's license (in most cases)Ability to work in a group home, home-like settingsAbility to communicate (verbally and written) with all levels of personnel, internal and external to the companyAbility to handle physical aspects of job, including bending, stooping, lifting, pushing, pulling, reaching, and walking for periods of timeMust maintain state regulatory certifications, as required by state/program requirements Medication Administration as required by state/program requirementsAbout our Line of BusinessResCare Residential Services has four decades of experience in the disability services field, providing support to individuals who need assistance with daily living due to an intellectual, developmental or cognitive disability. Our community living services are provided with several thousand programs and a comprehensive range of high-quality services, including: community living, adult host homes for individuals regardless of disability, behavioral/mental health support, in-home pharmacy solutions, telecare and remote support, supported employment and training programs, foster care and day programs. Our affiliates include Brightway Community Living and A Place To Call Home, among others. For more information, please visit www.rescare.com/residential-services.
FDA Analytical Methods for Testing Compounded Drugs Fellowship at Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education
Employer: Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education Expires: 03/31/2021 *Applications will be reviewed on a rolling-basis.A research opportunity is available in the Office of Pharmaceutical Quality/ Office of Testing and Research (OTR), Center for Drug Evaluation and Research (CDER), Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in St. Louis, Missouri.Millions of Americans use compounded drugs created by a pharmacist or physician at about 7,500 compounding pharmacies. Compounded drugs present risks for patients. FDA works with state regulatory authorities on the oversight of compounding activities, monitoring compounded drugs produced by outsourcing facilities registered under section 503B of the FD&C Act. FDA also conducts surveillance, for-cause, and follow-up inspections of compounders in response to complaints, such as reports of serious adverse events. A compounded drug is essentially a non-FDA approved new drug. FDA often does not have available methods to verify the safety, effectiveness and quality of a compounded drug and FDA’s regulating actions will be hindered by the lack of quality data for compounded drugs. The proposed research aims to develop rapid-screening analytical methods with advanced technologies for substances used in compounded drugs.The participant will gain understanding in development of rapid-screening and advanced testing protocols and methods, as well as the FDA's regulatory process, compliance strategies and enforcement actions in compounding. The rapid-screening and advanced testing protocols and methods will be developed, validated and evaluated through this project, and practical feasible tests will be transferred to FDA laboratories to advance FDA’s surveillance methodologies.This program, administered by ORAU through its contract with the U.S. Department of Energy to manage the Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education, was established through an interagency agreement between DOE and FDA. The initial appointment is for one year, but may be renewed upon recommendation of FDA contingent on the availability of funds. The participant will receive a monthly stipend commensurate with educational level and experience. Proof of health insurance is required for participation in this program. The appointment is full-time at FDA in the St. Louis, Missouri, area. Participants do not become employees of FDA, DOE or the program administrator, and there are no employment-related benefits.Completion of a successful background investigation by the Office of Personnel Management is required for an applicant to be on-boarded at FDA. OPM can complete a background investigation only for individuals, including non-US Citizens, who have resided in the US for a total of three of the past five years.FDA requires ORISE participants to read and sign their FDA Education and Training Agreement within 30 days of his/her start date, setting forth the conditions and expectations for his/her educational appointment at the agency. This agreement covers such topics as the following:Non-employee nature of the ORISE appointment;Prohibition on ORISE Fellows performing inherently governmental functions;Obligation of ORISE Fellows to convey all necessary rights to the FDA regarding intellectual property conceived or first reduced to practice during their fellowship;The fact that research materials and laboratory notebooks are the property of the FDA;ORISE fellow’s obligation to protect and not to further disclose or use non-public information.If you have questions, send an email to ORISE.FDA.CDER@orau.org.
Employer: Zenith American Solutions Expires: 09/30/2020 Pension/Retirement Benefits SupervisorFLSA: Exempt Union: NBUWho We AreZenith American Solutions is the largest Taft-Hartley third-party administrator in the United States. Our business model is focused on flexibility in administering many different plan designs, providing customized reporting, and coordinating with best-in-class partners who provide comprehensive PPO networks, stop loss insurance coverage, pharmacy benefit services, care management, wellness programs and access to value-added ancillary services. Position SummaryZenith American Solutions is seeking a qualified team player for its Pension/Retirement Benefits Supervisor position. This role is responsible for supervising the operational activities of assigned staff in retirement benefits and annuity processing in accordance with company guidelines, client needs, and legislative requirements. This position will lead a team of retirement benefit processors which administers benefits for multiple retirement plans and assists our regional offices with workload overflows relating to seasonal volume, recurring annual and ad-hoc special projects. This role performs the quality review process, ensures the accuracy of benefit calculations and monthly balancing of benefit payments, and produces required deliverables in accordance with established deadlines. "Has minimum necessary access to Protected Health Information (PHI) and Personally Identifiable Information (PII) by Job Description/Role." Key Duties and Responsibilities· Supervises a professional staff demonstrating leadership qualities consistent with management values and mission. Coaches and mentors direct reports and provide guidance.· Oversees processing of retirement benefit applications, benefit calculations, and benefits. Ensures that retirement benefits are administered in accordance with the Plan Documents and regulatory requirements.· Performs the quality review process of complex pension calculations and balancing of monthly benefit payments.· Assigns, distributes and monitors quality and quantity of work produced, including monitoring incoming and outgoing telephone calls, insuring employees are held accountable for consistently meeting quality and production requirements. · Assists with developing, implementing, and monitoring policies and procedures to insure operations are in compliance with client needs, new developments, regulations, and reporting requirements.· Resolves call escalations and handles inquiries from clients, unions, participants, and consultants.· Maintains effective communications and working relationships with management and staff as well as clients, unions, participants, attorneys, and consultants.· Insures compliance with ERISA and other regulatory and legal guidelines, and trouble shoots and resolves customer/client service issues.· Reviews and approves staff time off requests and payroll processing.· Trains staff on new departmental tasks, procedures and processes as needed.· Conducts unit meetings on a weekly/monthly basis to discuss updates and changes to procedure.· Provides periodic (daily, weekly, monthly) status and production reports · Performs other similar and related duties as required.· Uses strong analytical and Microsoft Excel skills. Working Conditions/Physical Effort· Normal degree of physical effort in typical office environment.· May be subject to interruptions.· May be required to lift a maximum of 25 lbs.· Must be able to have flexible work schedule when workflow requires.· Meet established attendance and punctuality guidelines. Minimum Qualifications· Bachelor's degree in accounting/finance/business or a related field.· Minimum of 5 years progressively responsible related experience in retirement plans, employee benefits, insurance, or payroll management to include supervision for 3 years. Prior multi-employer and Taft-Hartley trust fund experience preferred.· An equivalent combination of education, training and work experience may be used to meet the minimum qualifications.· Experience with quality control, process improvement, and data integrity. · Working knowledge of defined benefit plans, defined contribution plans, 401(k) plans and benefits administration systems.· Exceptional team player with the confidence and integrity to earn client and internal team confidence quickly.· Accomplished change leader, demonstrating a flexible approach and resilience to setbacks. Able to drive operational and cultural change.· Proven ability to recruit, lead and motivate a team in order to balance staffing strength with profitability and growth.· Excellent verbal and written communication skills, including interpersonal skills.· Strong decision-making and organizational skills, with the ability to optimize the use of all available resources and deliver on multiple priorities.· Exceptional analytical and problem resolution skills; ability to exercise independent, sound judgment.· Proficient PC skills including intermediate to advanced Microsoft Excel and Word skills. PowerPoint experience preferred.· Ability and willingness to travel as necessary.· Ability to manage other regional offices remotely utilizing go-to-meeting and phone communication.*Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee of this job. Duties, responsibilities and activities may change at any time with or without notice. Disability AccommodationConsistent with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and other applicable federal and state law, it is the policy of Zenith American Solutions to provide reasonable accommodation when requested by a qualified applicant or employee with a disability, unless such accommodation would cause an undue hardship. The policy regarding requests for reasonable accommodation applies to all aspects of employment, including the application process. If reasonable accommodation is needed, please contact the Recruiting Department at firstname.lastname@example.org, and we would be happy to assist you. ZAS's Mission, Vision & ValuesAs a member of the ZAS team, the Pension/Retirement Benefits Supervisor agrees to embrace and live out the mission, vision and core values of ZAS. The values we live and work by are:· We focus on relationships· We take risks thoughtfully· Ethical behavior· Performance and accountability· We strive to win, but not at all costs Zenith American SolutionsReal People. Real Solutions. National Reach. Local Expertise. Zenith American Solutions is the largest independent Third Party Administrator in the United States and currently operates over 44 offices nationwide. The original entity of Zenith American has been in business since 1944. We believe the best way to realize our better systems for better service philosophy is to hire the best employees. We look for talented individuals who share our dedication to high-quality work, exceptional service and mutual respect. If you're interested in working in an environment where people - employees and clients - really matter, consider bringing your talents to Zenith American! * Zenith American Solutions is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Zenith does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, sex, physical or mental disability, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, national origin, pregnancy, status as a parent, veteran status or any other basis covered by appropriate law. All employment decisions on the basis of qualifications, merit, and business need. Application Process Qualified candidates should apply online at https://zenith-american.com/careers/apply-today.
Employer: Comprehensive Pharmacy Services - Comprehensive Pharmacy Services Expires: 09/15/2020 DIRECTOR OF PHARMACY – Full TimeSaint Agnes Medical CenterFresno, CAHours: This position is scheduled to work at least 40 hours per week, typically daytime, Monday through Friday.As a full time, exempt Comprehensive Pharmacy Services (CPS) Director of Pharmacy at Saint Agnes Medical Center, you will oversee all pharmacy operations including planning, organizing, controlling, and supervising activities, according to hospital policies, standards of practice of the profession, and state and federal laws. You will recommend innovations in the practice and function of the pharmacy to hospital administration and carry out mutually agreed upon programs with assistance from a full support team. About the Facility: Saint Agnes Medical Center is a 436-bed, state-of-the-art, Joint Commission accredited medical center with an average daily census of 350 patients. Saint Agnes provides primary and specialty patient care to the region. Services include emergency, diagnostic, surgical and maternity care in addition to cardiac, cancer, neuro and orthopedic care services. You will oversee a staff of 75-80 pharmacy staff members including Pharmacists, Pharmacy Technicians and a Clinical Manager. Comprehensive Pharmacy Services (CPS) has partnered with the hospital to manage the day to day operations of this pharmacy. This position is an employee of CPS.About the Pharmacy: The inpatient pharmacy is open 24/7. This decentralized pharmacy utilizes CPOE, Cerner and Pyxis and will be moving to EPIC in the near future.Required Qualifications:BS or PharmD from an accredited School of PharmacyA California Pharmacist license in good standingAt least 3 years pharmacy management/supervisory experienceAt least 5 years recent hospital pharmacist experienceAbility to solve problems, establish trust and credibilityDemonstrated ability to work independently, set priorities, make critical decisions, respond to client concerns, and work cooperatively with other members of hospital and pharmacy staffEffective verbal and written communication skillsHospital Requirements:(PPD) TB Skin Test - Proof of negative TB skin test within the last 12 months(Flu) Influenza shotBenefits: All employees enjoy a competitive salary, eligibility to participate in the 401(k) savings plan with a match. Full Time employees are also eligible for a comprehensive benefits package, including Medical, Dental and Vision Insurance, Paid Time Off (PTO) Program, Company Paid Short- and Long-Term Disability, Basic and Supplemental Life Insurance, Medical Flex and Dependent Care Accounts and more.About CPS: Founded nearly 50 years ago and employing over 2,500 clinical, regulatory, and operational pharmacy professionals, Comprehensive Pharmacy Services, LLC is one of the nation’s largest providers of pharmacy services to more than 800 hospitals and healthcare facilities nationwide. CPS helps clients tackle a variety of complex issues, such as operational efficiency, rising drug costs, regulatory & compliance, 340B, and specialty pharmacy strategy. CPS helps healthcare leaders drive best in class pharmacy operations through skill, expertise and proprietary technologies. For more information, visit https://www.cpspharm.com/.We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and do not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of race, color, sex, age, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity and/or expression, status as a veteran, and basis of disability or any other federal, state or local protected class.
Employer: NC DHHS, Division of Health Benefits Expires: 12/31/2020 The North Carolina Medicaid program is seeking a dynamic Pharmacy Director who has a strong business acumen, operations and clinical program experience. The Pharmacy Director provides oversight and management to the Medicaid Direct (Fee-for-Service) Pharmacy Benefit Management and the Managed Care Pharmacy Benefit. This position will also manage and oversee the Medicaid Program Services (Pharmacy, Durable Medical Equipment and Supplies and Prosthetics and Orthotics, Specialized Therapies, Independent Practitioners and Local Education Agencies).Job responsibilities include, but are not limited to, the following:Direct the prescription drug and medical drug benefits for the NC Medicaid Direct, in compliance with both Federal and State regulations to meet the goals, objectives and priorities of the Department and the Division.Provide oversight of the prescription drug and medical drug benefit offered by the managed care health plans.Provide direction and oversight to departmental and division staff and multi-disciplinary project teams, with the oversight of the managed care prescription drug and medical drug benefit for each of the managed care health plans.Identify clinical and financial initiatives and necessary modifications to current programs and processes intended to produce positive clinical and financial outcomes; trend and direct the implementation and operational oversight of these initiatives and modifications into the managed care pharmacy benefit design.Lead in the assessment of value-based pharmacy programs and alternative payment models to continually enhance the performance of associated clinical and financial performance metrics (e.g. medication adherence, pharmacy provider network access, PMPM, etc.). Direct and oversee the development and ongoing process to maintain the NC Medicaid and NCHC Preferred Drug List (PDL).Minimum Education and Experience Requirements: Able to obtain license to practice pharmacy in the State of North Carolina and two years of experience as a licensed Pharmacist.
Employer: Northern Light Health Expires: 09/08/2020 Northern Light Pharmacy's mission is to meet the pharmaceutical, equipment and supply needs of our customer in Bangor and the surrounding area by providing the highest quality of services, medical equipment and supplies. We respect the rights of our patients and are dedicated to providing responsive, timely customer service. We ensure that our staff receive ongoing continuing education so that they are knowledgeable about the latest pharmaceutical and health care technology and are able to serve our customers. Northern Light Pharmacy delivers the highest quality of pharmaceutical and home health care needs.Position SummaryThe Pharmacy Technician is an essential member of the staff at Northern Light Pharmacy. Technicians provide support for multiple facets of the operations of the Pharmacy, including exceptional customer service, answer phone in a timely manner, patient interaction, data entry, prescription preparation and sales of prescriptions, other merchandise, stock, order and maintain front store product.
Employer: Northern Light Health Expires: 09/04/2020 Performs technical support functions in the Pharmacy Department under the direct supervision of a Registered Pharmacist. Fills Pyxis machines on a daily basis. Fills new orders and medications not in Pyxis and delivers them to the nursing units in a timely manner. Maintains the medication inventory. Has knowledge of Maine Board of Pharmacy Law regarding technicians. Requires frequent trips from the Pharmacy to the nursing units.
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