The Pharmacy Compliance Analyst is responsible for the pharmacy operations audit activities and analyses, including activities pursuant to revenue enhancement, key performance indicators and 340B compliance for the Pharmacy Services department.
Develop and oversee 340B compliance activities for Pharmacy Operations.
Develop proper 340B quality assurance training for pharmacy staff, as appropriate.
Develop and conduct internal 340B audits, performing initial and follow-up communication with pharmacy staff and internal resources, as appropriate.
Maintain up-to-date policies and procedures for the 340B program, including but not limited to purchases, education, auditing and reporting.
Maintain oversight and compliance for internal pharmacies, as well as contract pharmacies.
Ensure that all 340B audit findings are promptly corrected and contributing factors are rectified.
Keep abreast of 340B rules and industry standards, current developments and changes in law.
Serve as a resource for all external third party payer audits, gathering information, as appropriate, to ensure prompt and sufficient response.
Serve as a resource for PBM desktop audits, onsite audits and inquiries.
Develop spreadsheets and reports, analyze data and sample for compliance.
Compile and analyze key financial metrics for internal monitoring and reporting.
Conduct financial analysis to recognize the value of the 340B program, identify revenue enhancement opportunities, and as requested by management.
Evaluate and implement cost savings opportunities, as appropriate.
Develop reports that can be used to educate staff, assist management in tracking overall 340B financial impact, compliance and performance.
Provide relevant reports for the 340B Executive Steering Committee, Compliance, Pharmacy Management and Hospital Executives.
Serve as a project leader for the 340B program functions.
Assist with continuous quality improvement and process improvement activities, as requested by management.
Performs all other job related job duties as assigned.
Required Education and Experience:
Bachelor’s degree in Healthcare, Business, Finance or related field
3 plus years of experience with the 340B program or comparable experience
3 plus years of experience using Microsoft Professional Office Suite to include Word, Excel and Outlook
Preferred Education and Experience:
5 plus years of experience with 340B program, including compliance monitoring
Apexus Advanced 340B Operations Certificate within 12 months of hire
Internal Number: 9925
About John Peter Smith Health Network
In 1906, a hospital affiliated with the Fort Worth Medical College was opened in Fort Worth free to all accident cases and any others the medical authorities accepted. Thus the foundation for JPS Health Network was laid.
For more than 100 years, JPS Health Network has served the medical needs of Tarrant County families as the community’s public healthcare system. The facilities on Fort Worth’s near south side have grown to include an acute-care hospital licensed for 573 beds and an outpatient care center attached by a skybridge across Main Street to a Patient Care Pavilion, a five-story acute care tower that includes the community’s only Level 1 Trauma Center.
Additionally, JPS has added community and specialty care clinics and 20 school-based health centers throughout the county to increase patient access to care in their neighborhoods. The majority of these health centers are located in low-income areas of the county accessible by public transportation (where available).
In 2009, the health network’s governing body, the Tarrant County Hospital District Board of Managers, began the process of planning for future facility improvements to ensure JPS can continue to meet t...he demands of a community whose population is projected to grow from 1.8 million in 2015 to 3.25 million by 2050.
Throughout the six-year planning process, each department or function was analyzed by experienced healthcare planners to determine the appropriate size and adjacency to accommodate current demand and future growth as well as compliance with industry standards and federal regulations.
In March 2016, the Tarrant County Commissioners Court adopted a resolution to begin a thorough and transparent process to engage the community in the conversation about Tarrant County’s current and future healthcare needs and what role JPS will play in providing that care.