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District Pharmacy Technician – Monroe

Website HomeTown Pharmacy

The District Pharmacy Technician is a key role in the successful operation of a region of community pharmacies. This position requires dedication and commitment to the success and culture of each of the HomeTown pharmacy under his/her management. This job entails leadership, commitment, dedication, communication, empathy, and the overall understanding of being a lead technician. The single most important skill required is Communication—Listening, Verbal and Written.

The District Pharmacy Technician will partner with the Regional Manager and the Director of Pharmacy to co-manage the pharmacy team and work to set and meet goals for the overall pharmacy success. HTP is built on the commitment of serving others—customer, community, teammate and company. The DPT is held to high standards and always leading by example in maintaining our HomeTown mission.

The duties of this job are as follows:

  • Greet/wait on/service/answer question etc. for the store’s customers
  • Receive prescriptions/gather and process patient information
  • Computer processing/adding patients, doctors, drugs, etc…
  • Filling Rxs/processing/counting/labeling, etc…
  • Answering the phone
  • Call Doctor’s office for refills when needed
  • Calling Doctor’s office for patient/Rx information –clarification, etc…
  • Take phone in prescriptions from Doctor’s office @ pharmacists delegation
  • Call insurance company when needed
  • Checking in Rx orders for patient/calling on shorts, overages, order errors, outdates, credits, out of stocks etc. (including the out-front orders when necessary)
  • Inventory control-walking the shelves/straightening/checking for outs and over stock/checking for outdates, checking transfer website, etc…
  • Daily orders for inventory/stock reviewing the negative on hand, counting/correcting improper inventory counts
  • Reviewing and counting through Top 200 inventory when received from the Rx Services Dept
  • Reviewing and attempting to correct prescriptions listed on Little A report
  • Reviewing and correcting prescriptions listed on Negative Paid Report
  • Reviewing medication synchronization calendar and processing patients 3-5 days prior to sync date
  • Checking on owes and making sure items have been ordered and received promptly
  • Stock Rx dept. daily with supplies/bags/vials, etc…
  • Clean Rx dept.-straighten/dust/empty trash/vacuum, etc…
  • File and complete daily information on Rx’s filled
  • Separate and file invoices
  • Check in C-IIs and complete order forms
  • Return prescriptions to stock not picked after 30 days, credit insurance company and patient records
  • Process third party checks via Epicor and enter into google drive spreadsheet daily
  • Outdate checks are posted under miscellaneous, not third party
  • Clean/maintain the computer system: delete duplicate drugs files, prescriber files, etc…
  • Run cash register
  • Help out front when necessary
  • Print and mail out statements in a timely manner at the beginning of each month. Keep pharmacy manager updated as to any problem accounts or discrepancies
  • Make sure all past due accounts are taken care of in a timely manner. Report accounts over 90 days to Michelle Kik
  • Make sure that everyone running a cash register is aware of bad accounts, or questionable circumstances
  • Train back up person for vacations, sick days, etc…
  • General housekeeping to be completed by store team:
  • Daily: empty trash, vacuum
  • Weekly: clean bathrooms, dust shelves/fixtures
  • As needed/requested: move products/boxes; run errands/make deliveries; face products on shelving
  • Do whatever is deemed necessary for creating a friendly, caring, safe and happy environment/culture for both customer and teammates.
  • Have Fun and Be Positive Everyday!

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