Pharmacy Technician II
- Assist the pharmacist with the practice of pharmacy in accordance with federal, state, and local regulations, HIPAA guidelines, corporate/departmental policies and procedures by accurately interpreting healthcare provider's prescription orders, entering into the core pharmacy system; notifying the physician of any incomplete or incorrect prescription information; effectively performing the physician outreach process when appropriate (within the legal limits of the pharmacy technician authority).
- Assist the pharmacist in obtaining accurate verbal orders for product replacement and obtain accurate missing prescription information from the healthcare provider. May manage the patient adherence process and schedule medication deliveries in accordance to Pharmacy Solutions guidelines.
- When needed, assist patients with treatment compliance by entering/updating current medications, allergies and medical conditions and triaging calls to Nursing and/or Pharmacists when necessary.
- Use internal and web tools to communicate with health insurance payors and providers to investigate benefits and transmit test claims (if applicable) to verify prescription coverage.
- Identifies and recommends process/system improvements that increase efficiency and productivity of pharmacy operations functional areas and communication of ideas with supervisors.
- Interact professionally and efficiently with other internal and external teams to assure accurate provision of services to the patient.
- Identify and collaborate with all necessary personnel to determine objectives; support changing business priorities by executing or overseeing completion of specific tasks to support patients, products, or services provided by Pharmacy Solutions. Examples included but not limited to, handling inbound/outbound calls, prioritization of work, organize and perform testing as business requires, and other tasks as designated by management.
- Maintain current Illinois Certified Pharmacy Technician licensure and CE requirements as necessary.
- Promote the AbbVie Way and influence positive culture.
- If applicable, check the pharmacist voicemail .Additional responsibilities may be added as deemed necessary for the business management.
- High School Diploma or equivalent required; College or a 2-year Associate Degree is preferred.
- Individuals must meet applicable Pharmacy Technician Licensure and Certification requirements no later than first day of employment.
- A minimum of 3-5 years' experience within a Specialty Pharmacy or Retail/Mail Order Pharmacy, PBM, or healthcare provider setting.
- Familiarity with medical record handling/documentation; prescription data entry is strongly desired.
- Good customer service and professional communication skills required.
- Experience working with core insurance (Medical and Pharmacy benefit) knowledge; knowledge of on-line verification systems or similar experience is preferred.
- Must have a strong attention to detail, ability to make high-quality decisions and operate under general supervision.
- Must have the ability to communicate clearly and professionally with other healthcare professionals.
- Ability to express ideas clearly in written and oral communications preferred.
- Ability to complete individual tasks, have collaborative and cross-functional acumen, and have the ability to effectively manage time by adhering to deadlines required.
- Must have a flexible work schedule, ability to work between the hours of 7am and 7pm.
- Strong computer skills required including accurate data entry, including but not limited to Microsoft Word or Excel software applications.
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