Frank Najera - Pharmacy Intern Resume Simple
SUMMARY
To obtain a position as a pharmacist in a company that will allow me to utilize my skills and experience to provide the highest level of care to patients.
SKILLS
  • clinical pharmacy, monitoring, patient, pharmacy, safety, therapy, medical, clinical
  • insurance, insurance claims, counseling, pharmacy, patient, patient care, management, claims, safety
WORK EXPERIENCES
  • 2017-12-252017-12-25

    Pharmacy Intern

    Portillos

    • Reviewed patient medical charts to identify potential drug-drug interactions, duplication of disease, and monitoring parameters. Prepared and dispensed medications.
    • Providing medication therapy management to patients in the ICU and the community. As part of the team, I also have experience in the following areas: diabetes, hypertension, dyslipidemia, hypertension, and hyperlipidemia.
    • Participate in clinical pharmacy committees including safety Committee, medication review board, and the health fair. Conduct quarterly meetings with the Director of pharmacy.
    • Provide drug information to physicians, nurses, and other health care professionals. Consult with physicians and patients regarding medication therapy.
    • Experience with medication therapy management and patient counseling. I am also responsible for monitoring and documenting the patient's progress and symptoms, and the use of the medications.
  • 2017-12-252017-12-25

    Pharmacy Intern

    School of the Art Institute of Chicago

    • Supports patient care by providing retail and customer services, including counseling patients on prescription and non-prescription medications, maintaining compliance with HIPAA, and insurance company.
    • Contacting physicians for refill authorizations, verifying prescriptions, and providing retail pharmacy services. Following up with insurance companies and patients to ensure medication safety.
    • Assisting with insurance claims management and third party processing. (e.H.T., P.T.
    • Provide information to patients on drug interactions, side effects, dosage, and storage of pharmaceuticals. Examples include: Checking for drug-drug interactions, therapeutic duplication of medications, and other pertinent information.
    • Provide drug information to physicians and nurses on a daily basis. Educate patients on proper use of medications. Answer questions about medication therapy.
    • Assist in the development of new policies and procedures for the pharmacy. Provide counseling to patients on their medication therapy.

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