Corizon Health President PharmaCorr - St. Louis, MO in St. Louis, Missouri

Corizon continues to be the footprint of successful patient care for over 40 years. We have an exceptional opportunity for you to join as our President PharmaCorr in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.

You will be responsible for ultimately providing oversight for the entire pharmacy operation. This scope includes the process starting with the contracted medical providers through the validation of their scripts, fulfilling their scripts, and then shipping and processing returns.

This position will also lead the business unit into new markets by developing a strategic plan and managing that plan through the budgeting and approval process to the execution and attainment of these new markets. Within each market, the ability to identify new opportunities and convert those opportunities into profitable engagements is extremely important.

Current business requires the ability to manage a staff of 100 clinical pharmacists, pharmacists, pharma techs, expeditors, and other business specialists with over 6,000 different drugs and over 5 million transactions per year. The position is also responsible for the identification and implementation of business process improvements that will increase efficiency while improving quality in a highly regulated environment.

Responsibilities of the Corizon Health President PharmaCorr

Strategy This position continually surveys the industry landscape for opportunities to create value and leverage the efficiency of PharmaCorr operations to develop long-term strategies in the following areas:

Development of a long term plan;

Development of new markets;

Development of new capabilities such as claims processing, local delivery, and inbound call center operations;

Development and identification of core competencies;

Development of operational and financial metrics;

Process Improvement;

Movement from manual to automated processes;

Efficient utilization of staff;

Efficient shipping mechanisms;

Inventory management;

Guide the transformation of the company from manual, labor intensive operation to one supported by automation and efficient processes.

Operational - Oversees all operational functions including pharmacy operations, inventory management, technology, attainment of financial goals, and client service to ensure customer satisfaction and loyalty. In addition this position may require being on-call outside of normal business hours and other related duties not identified below.

Staff Management Manages the end-to-end hiring, replacement, and termination process including staff development including periodic performance reviews and recruiting which includes:

Coaching and mentoring Lead Team members as well as other associates;

Monitoring the performance of staff members to ensure compliance with policies, practices and approved standard operating procedures;

Establishing and maintaining positive working relationships with the Pharmacists-in-Charge (PIC), customers and associates;

Responsible for all associate relations functions including hiring and terminating, performance management, development, and training.

Operations - Directs all activities associated with the successful operation of a Central Fill Pharmacy. Oversees the development, implementation, supervision and review of all the aspects of drug dispensing, storage, and waste within PharmaCorr:

Inventory Management & Order Fulfillment including:

Order Intake, inventory turn management, efficient and cost effective purchasing processes, efficient shipping practices, returns, back-orders, destroyed med management centrally and locally;

Responsible for timely and accurate completion and fulfillment of all prescriptions;

Ensures that automated equipment and software is maintained and in proper working order;

Develops and updates operating procedures to facilitate effective and efficient operations.

Facility Management:

Oversight of costs, security, technology, and operations;

Reviews and monitors standard operating procedures. Develops and recommends improvements to promote efficiency accuracy improved service and lower costs;

Ensures efficient working operation of automated systems processes and management of inventory.

Vendor Management:

Negotiates contracts with local vendors and approves expenses;

Maintains and negotiates agreements with suppliers primary wholesaler, manufacturers, backup pharmacies, specialty pharmacies, GPOs;

Maintains and negotiates agreements with vendors shipping, facilities, hardware, and software.

Financial:

Budgetary development and attainment of yearly, quarterly, and monthly budgets and goals;

Development and attainment of operational and financial metrics;

Ensures contract fulfillment;

Development and management of claims process for new markets;

Oversees the development, implementation, and management of pricing mechanisms for new business, markets, and contracts;

Plans and manages the fiscal year plan, budget and performance measures to ensure that goals and objectives are met; includes reviewing management reports to monitor performance in all functional areas within the business such as critical success measures, profit & loss statements, and accounts receivable.

Regulatory - This position is categorized as compliance critical and as such requires and is assigned specific responsibility for ensuring continual and proper compliance with all division corporate and regulatory requirements including those specific to pharmaceuticals and the parent company to include:

Licensing:

State & Local for 48 states / Retail, wholesale, re-packager;

National DEA, VAWD;

Pharmacists-in-charge (PIC) for each state and working closely with the Pharmacist-In-Charge to develop and implement strategies related to regulatory compliance and accurate and safe prescription fulfillment;

Managing DEA and controlled substances;

Keeping abreast of key environmental, regulatory, market, and economic changes in the industry that may impact operations;

Establishing operational policies and ensures compliance with all company policies and procedures;

Ensures compliance with all government regulations and in concert with the Pharmacist-in-Charge and acts as key contact for all regulatory agencies.

Sales & Marketing Leads the PharmaCorr effort in the following areas:

Identification of core competencies;

Development of win themes and capabilities statements;

Development and identification of proprietary solutions and processes;

Exploration and attainment of new business in existing markets including the conceptualization, selection, leadership, and conversion of new business opportunities into profitable contracts;

Exploration and attainment of new business in new markets.

Customer Management Leads the PharmaCorr effort in the following areas:

Status Meetings, site visits, contract compliance, inbound call response and resolution;

Contract Management Attainment of SLAs, financial objectives, and customer satisfaction;

Monitors contract compliance by ensuring that all PharmaCorr activities are reflective of services identified by the client contract;

Interacts with clients in order to resolve problems and handle all other operational issues for the purpose of increasing customer satisfaction.

Qualifications of the Corizon Health President PharmaCorr

Requires broad training in fields such as business administration, accountancy, sales, marketing, computer sciences, or similar vocations generally obtained through completion of a four-year bachelors degree program, a Masters degree in business is strongly preferred.

Requires a minimum of ten (10) years directly related and progressively responsible experience including at least four (4) years experience at the executive level.

Advanced knowledge of pharmaceutical distribution industry and inventory management and fulfillment best practices.

Business Development Skills

Working knowledge of retail and mail order pharmacy practices and procedures

Working knowledge of automated fulfillment systems

Strong business and financial acumen

Strong analytical and mathematical skills

Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing

Effective interpersonal and leadership skills

Effective organizational skills; attention to detail

Ability to consistently meet deadlines

Excellent problem-solving skills; ability to resolve issues effectively and efficiently

Excellent presentation skills

Knowledge of Microsoft Word Project Excel and PowerPoint

Benefits offered to the Corizon Health Director of Communications & Marketing

Paid Time Off

Medical, Dental and Vision Insurance

Tuition Assistance

401(k) with Company Match

Comprehensive On-boarding

Corizon Health provides patients with high quality healthcare and reentry services that will reduce recidivism and better the communities where we live and work. We are dedicated to meeting the needs of the growing number of incarcerated persons with physical and mental illness and the professionals who care for them. More healthcare professionals are finding the stability and advancement they desire at Corizon Health.

This position may require a background check, security clearance, and/or drug screening.

Corizon Health is an Equal Opportunity Employer. In compliance with federal and state employment opportunity laws, qualified applicants are considered for all positions without regard to race, gender, national origin, religion, age, sexual orientation, disability, Vietnam era veteran, or disabled Veteran status.

Job Number:14526

Job ID : 14526