Remedi SeniorCare

Controlled Drugs Technician

US-OH-Euclid
Job ID
2017-1511
Functional Area
Control Room

Overview

The Controlled Drugs Technician is responsible for the issuing, tracking, and retrieving of Schedule II-V controlled Substance prescriptions from physicians.

Responsibilities

  • Responsible for initial contact and follow up calls to physician offices as related to signage of CII-V prescriptions orders.
  • Responsible for following up on all confirmation of receipts regarding prescriptions.
  • As required by law, responsible for facilitating the signing of prescriptions by physicians.
  • Responsible for maintaining, utilizing and implementing tracking spread sheets as related to prescriptions and process.
  • Responsible for all document conversion from spread sheet formats to company computer.
  • Responsible for the printing of prescriptions.
  • Coordinates and mails all prescriptions to the appropriate entities.
  • Responsible for receiving all signed prescriptions from postal services.
  • Responsible for ensuring all prescriptions received have been identified, inputted and tracked in system.
  • As per law ensures all hard copies are appropriately filed and maintained.
  • Responsible for ensuring all auto fax prescriptions have been successfully sent to the appropriate physician offices for signature.
  • Actively contributes to the evaluation and continuous improvement of client services, policies and procedures.
  • Assists with ensuring safety policy and procedures are practiced and adhered.
  • Enforces all company and departmental policies and procedures.
  • Complies with all applicable state and federal regulations related to pharmacy practices.
  • Generates weekly statistical reports and project status reports.
  • Communicates significant outstanding prescriptions or problems to manger in timely manner with supporting documentation.

Schedule includes weekends

Qualifications

  • High School graduate or equivalent required.
  • National or State Pharmacy Certification is required**
  • Must be very familiar with control substance medication names.
  • Basic computer knowledge skills required
  • Extensive knowledge and comprehension of pharmacy terminology
  • Math, and analytical skills
  • One to three years of experience working in a LTC Pharmacy or medical environment preferred.
  • This position requires a person that is knowledgeable with state of Maryland control substance and DEA compliance and regulations.

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