Pharmacy & 340B Program Analyst University of Vermont Medical Center Williston, Vermont Full-Time
The Pharmacy & 340B Analyst is responsible for monitoring, auditing, maintenance and analysis of the 340B Drug Pricing Program at the University of Vermont Medical Center, the University of Vermont Health Network and its affiliates. The Analyst is also responsible for executing appropriate billing and accounting practices, performing other analytical tasks and assisting with program and pharmacy operations.?The Pharmacy & 340B Analyst acts as a resource to Network hospital members, providing them with information related to 340B compliance and billing matters and performing analytical and monitoring duties as needed to support pharmacy operations and the 340B Program.
This team is currently working remotely due to COVID. On-site work may resume in the future, but applicants who prefer to work remotely permanently will be considered for this opening.
Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience required.
340B University certificate of completion required prior to hiring (Online attendance is sufficient).
Experience in Pharmacy preferred.
May substitute equivalent experience in auditing, accounting or finance with a basic familiarity of pharmacy practices.
The ideal candidate will have experience with databases, data management and business analytics.
Preference to experience working with compliance & regulatory policy.
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