The VISN Pharmacy Program Manager (Informatics) is responsible for the management of the VISN level pharmacy initiatives that focus on pharmacy cost, efficiency, and quality. These programs include collaboration with other Federal agencies or organizations outside the Federal health care system. The VISN Pharmacy Program Manager (Informatics) develops, manages, and maintains pharmacy informatics tools with emphasis on mission critical, pharmacoeconomic, and other special projects for VISN 22. Examples include cost minimization/benefit analyses and development of reports to enhance and promote cost effective and efficient pharmacy programs (e.g., targeted drug therapeutic interchanges, pharmacoeconomic analyses, revenue maximization, reduction in redundant facility initiatives, while simultaneously increasing the quality of care). This includes development and publishing of multifaceted online reports and clinical application tools that target high dollar VISN level cost savings initiatives. Responsibilities also include supporting mission critical functions related to Incident Command Center and emergency response needs, COVID-19 and vaccine planning as well as special projects for VA Enterprise and VISN initiatives such as establishing Clinical Call Centers. The incumbent shall be responsible for the development, implementation and maintenance of informatics programs to include: Develop, implement, and manage standardized processes across the VISN to facilitate collection of accurate, detailed and useable data relevant to the current and anticipated needs of the pharmacy operational, clinical, pharmacoeconomic and academic detailing programs. Develop, and validate data extraction/collection processes for data analysis and documentation needs including workload/resource utilization, operational efficiency, costs, clinical, value determinations, performance metrics, safety, budget and ad hoc reporting as required. Use statistical analysis and projection modeling to interpret data significance and implications when appropriate. Interface with internal customers to identify, develop and implement for data tracking, trending, analyses and projections Actively market, deploy, train and educate appropriate facility staff on implementation and use of standardized processes and tools, including: Data input methods such as VISN level standardized quick order and titled note templates, etc. Data collection methods, such as standardized Fielman and SQL reporting. Educate and train appropriate VISN and facility staff in the use of VISN and national data tools for tracking, trending and analysis. Monitor the effectiveness and efficiency of VISN deployed processes and tools. Serve as an expert resource of informatics information for VISN and facility pharmacy staff. Make opportunities to mentor facility informatics staff and elevate local expertise and abilities, including periodic informatics teleconference calls, to support networking and team building within the VISN informatics staff. Participate in VISN committees and meetings as required. Showcase successful products and best practices to other VISNs and/or nationally when appropriate. Maintain knowledge of current informatics advances and challenges through literature and training/education. Comply with all departmental and hospital professional/non-professional educational attendance and documentation requirements appropriate data tools, including reports, dashboards, and PowerPivot tables Work Schedule: Monday-Friday 8:00 am to 4:30 pm Compressed/Flexible: Available Telework: Available Virtual: Available, Location must be within VISN 22 Network area (San Diego, CA; Los Angeles, CA; Long Beach, CA; Loma Linda, CA, Tucson, AZ, Phoenix, AZ; Prescott, AZ, Albuquerque, NM) Functional Statement #: PD000000 Relocation/Recruitment Incentives: Not Authorized Financial Disclosure Report: Not required
Providing Health Care for Veterans: The Veterans Health Administration is America’s largest integrated health care system, providing care at 1,255 health care facilities, including 170 medical centers and 1,074 outpatient sites of care of varying complexity (VHA outpatient clinics), serving 9 million enrolled Veterans each year.
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