Professional Non-Clinical
2018-R0201299 Requisition #
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Key Responsibilities

  • Responsible for coordinating and supporting the ongoing daily operations of the Division(s) 340B Program’s efforts, in collaboration with system, division and covered-entity personnel. The role functions to analyze, evaluate information/options, and operationalize program improvements, expansions, implementations, and on-going maintenance of the 340B Program’s efforts across their division.
  • Conducts data analysis to determine root causes and feasibility of solution options. Analyzes 340B processes and mappings, identifies cost savings, and optimization opportunities, and compliance risks across their division. Strives to improve the quality, efficiency, profitability, consistency, and compliance at the division and covered-entity levels.
  • Participates in work groups and coordinates business operations analysis and improvements to assure successful outcomes for the division’s 340B Program efforts:
  • Communicates relevant information including analysis, options, risks, improvement recommendations. 
  • Responsible for supporting quality and opportunity improvements as well as operational support.
  • Actively develops relationships with 340B stakeholders to ensure cooperation and team work to optimize scope, savings and compliance. Proactively promotes knowledge-sharing and recommendations to resolve issues, optimize improvements and ensure consistency across division and CHI. 
  • Works with others to define and develop comprehensive, consistent 340B Program metrics, reporting and/or dashboards to support reporting for each covered entity and division and for CHI in aggregate. Tracks and monitors utilization, savings, problem areas, and quality discrepancies across division. Identifies root causes of adverse trends/issues and assesses options. Makes recommendations and works with director, managers, workgroups, system and division analysts, and cover-entities to implement solutions. Prepares presentations of findings and recommendations to various stakeholders, as needed.
  • Serves as 340B liaison in assisting participating and eligible hospitals in their division with implementation of software, improvements, and preparation for internal and external audits to effectively transition the CHI 340B Program’s efforts to a proactive, integrated successful program.
  • Maintains awareness of 340B regulatory guidance, policy/rule issues and changes, and potential program changes to assure a compliant program across CHI and division.

Job Requirements / Qualifications


Education / Accreditation / Licensure (required & preferred):

  • Bachelor’s degree (required); healthcare-related field, business management (finance, accounting), or information technology preferred; suitable work experience may substitute
  • Pharmacy background required
  • Certified Pharmacy Technician Preferred
  • 340B Apexus Certification preferred
  • Eligible for any appropriate state registrations, certifications, or licenses needed for job

Experience (required and preferred):

  • 2 years broad pharmacy operations experience and 1 - 2 years pharmacy systems experience (required)
  • 1 - 2 years 340B integrated solutions experience required (e.g., PSG, Sentry, Macro Helix, Wellpartner)
  • Working knowledge of analytics; and knowledgeable regarding analyzing and reporting data in order to identify issues, trends, or exceptions to drive improvement of results and find solutions (required)
  • Experience with multiple sites, eHRs or pharmacy systems preferred
  • Experience and knowledge of IT, Business Analysis, Quality, and Project Management industry standards, best practices and frameworks such as IIBA, PMI, and Six Sigma is preferred.

About Us

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