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Welcome to SVA’s jobs portal, your one-stop shop for finding the most up to date source of employment opportunities. We have partnered with the National Labor Exchange to provide you this information. You may be looking for part-time employment to supplement your income while you are in school. You might be looking for an internship to add experience to your resume. And you may be completing your training ready to start a new career. This site has all of those types of jobs.

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Emergent Holdings Medicare Pharmacy Resident in Southfield, Michigan

The purpose of the Medicare PGY1 residency program is to empower and educate the resident in all areas of Medicare pharmacy practice, including but not limited to:* Formulary Management (including rebates) * Pharmacy Compliance and Audit * Pharmacy Benefits Management * Clinical Pharmacy Programs * Plan Performance and Quality Assurance * Medicare Part B and D Prior Authorizations and Appeals * Product Development * Pharmacy Care Management * Administration and Leadership RESPONSIBILITIES/TASKS: * Assist Senior Leadership in the planning, development, and implementation of Medicare pharmacy products, programs, and services such as submission of the CMS bid * Help to develop, implement and maintain utilization management and drug utilization review programs * Serve as a key clinical support person for processing drug information inquiries * Participate in the Pharmacy Therapeutics committee, making both clinical and financial formulary recommendations. * Develop, implement and continually update physician and patient educational materials. * Work with various internal departments to develop sound clinical programs as well as monitor and report effectiveness and overall cost savings related to these programs. * Promotion of appropriate prescribing behavior among BCBSM participating physicians for the Medicare population * Propose, plan, execute, and review quality assurance activities related to medication reconciliation, academic detailing and controlled substance clinical reviews. * Assist with oversight of the Part D Medication Therapy Management program, including vendor management and MTM program submission to CMS * Prepare, review and conduct presentations and/or continuing education programs to various audiences, including providers and internal pharmacy and medical staff * Assist with internal and CMS audits, and other Part D operational areas, such as transition monitoring and 1/1 readiness * Participate in the review of prior authorizations for drugs covered under Medicare Parts D and B * Participation in the development and execution of initiatives to improve the Medicare Stars quality measures, especially focusing on medication adherence programs * Completion of a pharmacy research project, including a poster presentation * Collaborate with the formulary team to help with the drug rebate program, formulary development and the Coverage Determinations, Appeals and Grievance process * Assist with the Medicare pharmacy component of Requests for Proposals from prospective client groups. * Identify opportunities for improvement in clinical programs based on data analysis * Aid in the management of high-cost specialty medications * Actively participate in the education of pharmacy students, both as a lecturer at the Wayne State University College of Pharmacy, and by precepting pharmacy interns and students on rotation * Other duties as assigned EDUCATION:* Doctor of Pharmacy degree required. * PharmD program GPA of at least 3.0 is highly preferred * Must possess current Michigan Pharmacist License within 90 days of start of position EXPERIENCE: (Minimum experience necessary to perform this position) SKILLS/KNOWLEDGE/ABILITIES (SKA) REQUIRED: * Must have superior oral and written communication skills and expertise in the design of presentations. * Excellent customer service skills * Ability to manage multiple tasks * Demonstrated leadership skills and ability to work well both i