Capital Health Pharmacy IT Technician in Trenton, New Jersey
Works under supervision of Pharmacy I.S. Administrator in building, testing, implementation and maintenance of all automation and technology for pharmacy department.
Provides support internally and externally for pharmacy related software as well as guidance to finance for medication billing.
Possesses knowledge of current EHR capabilities and configurations as it relates to pharmacy. Trains end users.
Assists with design, testing, implementation and maintenance of pharmacy related software and EHR.
Participates in building and maintenance of the drug library in multiple clinical information systems with oversight from the Pharmacy I.S. Administrator.
Knowledge of Pyxis, Omnicell and the pharmacy carousel. Troubleshoots any hardware and software problems as they relate to the above pharmacy hardware. Participates in any implementation and end user training related to automated dispensing cabinets.
Participates in building and maintenance of BCMA and barcoding in all systems.
Contributes to par optimization for Pyxis and Omnicell.
Demonstrated knowledge of interfaces (hospital and pharmacy software program), database maintenance and problem resolution.
High school diploma or equivalency. Some college education and/or IT knowledge or course work preferred.
Must possess current CPhT and NJ BOP registration.
Other Pharmacy and/or computer certification are highly recommended.
Three years’ Pharmacy Technician experience, including one year hospital pharmacy Technician experience.
Previous experience with all aspects of database operations, report writing, system analysis, preferred.
Extensive knowledge of medications used in a hospital setting as well as medication safety and cost effectiveness as it relates to technology.
Knowledge of barcoding, CMS billing requirements, Pyxis and Omnicell, database management.
Basic computer and mathematical skills are required.
Frequent physical demands include: Sitting , Walking , Pinching/fine motor activities , Keyboard use/repetitive motion
Occasional physical demands include: Standing , Climbing (e.g., stairs or ladders) , Carry objects , Push/Pull , Twisting , Bending , Reaching forward , Reaching overhead , Squat/kneel/crawl , Wrist position deviation
Continuous physical demands include: Talk or Hear
Lifting Floor to Waist 25 lbs. Lifting Waist Level and Above 10 lbs.
Effective September 7, all employees and medical staff at all Capital Health locations will be required to be vaccinated or subject to weekly testing, as required by the Governor of New Jersey's recent Executive Order 252.
External Company URL: http://www.capitalhealth.org/