HOT SPRINGS HEALTH PROGRAM, INC.
Marshall, North Carolina • Madison County
August 09, 2022
High School / GED
August 09, 2022
The Pharmacy Technician is the main link between the patients and the Provider. They provide services that reflect the mission, standards, and philosophy of the Hot Springs Health Program.
Essential Job Duties
A. Abide by and work within the guidelines of the NC Board of Pharmacy.
B. Accurately enter, fill and refill prescriptions per provider orders from HSHP or otherwise, and organize medication(s) and order(s) for the pharmacist or dispensing physician to check.
C. Maintain pharmacy inventory by stocking, ordering needed medications and supplies, verifying receipt of medications, processing wholesaler invoices as per current practices, and removing outdated medications from stock.
D. Work with the clinical assistants to order and maintain lab stock.
E. Balance daily pharmacy transactions and controlled substances.
F. Manage point of sale system to accurately charge medications to patients and complete the prescription order cycle.
G. Maintain a clean and stocked pharmacy and accurate records by completing all items on daily and monthly checklists as per current practices.
H. Assist with prior authorizations.
I. Attend all required staff training and meetings.
J. Work with the HSHP medication assistance specialist as needed to increase patient access to medications.
K. Follow all OSHA, HIPPA, USP, and safety guidelines. Abide by all federal, state, and local regulations.
Education and Experience
A. Education: Required Pharmacy Technician Certification
B. Experience: Prior Pharmacy Technician experience preferred but not required.
C. Other: Valid N.C. Driver’s License, and dependable transportation.
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