University of Rochester Information Analyst I - Drug Diversion Detection and Prevention - 220150 in Rochester, New York
Information Analyst I - Drug Diversion Detection and Prevention
Strong Memorial Hospital
Full Time 40 hours Grade 051 Pharmacy SMH
The primary goal of this position is to provide analytical support, actionable data, and operational/tactical recommendations to the Controlled Substance Diversion Officer (CSDO) as it relates to controlled substances handling and drug diversion detection and prevention. The position will also assist in the development and delivery of education for pharmacy, nursing, and providers.
Data Analysis/Data Visualization:
Review of controlled substance handling records (routine and ad hoc) utilizing Carefusion reports and/or Epic eMAR data as appropriate
Communication of found discrepancies to the involved person(s) and supervisor when applicable
Use of eMAR and/or Pyxis data to identify suspicious activity
Data summation and completion of audit template for formal diversion investigations
Trending audit data for policy adherence/suspicious activity
Data Visualization/Report Management:
Creation/management of both routine and ad hoc reports related to controlled substance handling and/or diversion
Responsible for distribution of reports to applicable nursing, pharmacy, provider leadership, as well as being the main contact for follow-up questions related to the report
Present trended report data to applicable nursing, pharmacy, or provider leadership
Creation/management of visualization tools (e.g. Power BI dashboard) for controlled substances handling and diversion data that will be used by the CSDO and nursing, provider, and pharmacy leadership
Educating applicable hospital leadership on how to utilize visualization tool
Creation/Updating of comprehensive educational materials related to controlled substances handling/diversion prevention for pharmacy, nursing, and providers.
Ensure education is consistent with policy and federal and state regulations
Presenting controlled substance handling/diversion prevention educational topics to hospital staff and department leadership
Policy/Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) Revision:
Ad hoc review and update of controlled substance handling policy and standard operating procedures as directed by the CSDO
Ensure policy and/or SOP ensure compliance with Federal (DEA) and State (BNE) agencies
Liaison with departments impacted by policy to get feedback during revision process
Bachelor's degree with major course work in social or technical field; or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
Qualified candidate must have a working knowledge of inpatient pharmacy operations including the different systems and technologies employed at SMH. Experience as a pharmacy technician or other relevant operations-related work in an acute care inpatient pharmacy department with excellent analytical, problem solving, and communication skills preferred. The candidate should have an established record of independent work and self-direction. Preference will be given to candidates with either advanced computer skills, particularly in programs like Microsoft Excel and Power BI or experience analyzing data.
How To Apply
All applicants must apply online.
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