EPMA Lead Pharmacist
Black Country Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust
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We are looking for a highly motivated, digitally experienced pharmacist to join the Digital Team to work closely with the EPMA Project Manager to help lead in the configuration, planning and implementation of an consolidated EPMA system to be used Trust wide for in-patients services.
Main duties of the job
You will be responsible for implementing and supporting the pharmacy and IT team deliver an EPMA solution across Black Country Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust. . We reserve the right to close this advert early due to the volume of applicants. Please apply as soon as possible to avoid disappointment. The role will be fixed term contract.
You will be supported by a wider EPMA team and the Trust is committed to investing in new digital technologies to improve patient care and staff experience
The post holder will act as the lead Pharmacist for the EPMA project and will work closely with the multidisciplinary teams and will play a contributory role in procuring and implementation of an EPMA solution. You will be involved with the design (including the drug file and formulary build), development, testing and successful implementation of an EPMA system within the Trust. You will play a key role in ensuring that the new technology is used to its maximum potential to transform our medicines processes and to enhance patient care. The post holder will lead the development and delivery of the EPMA training plan for pharmacy, medical and nursing staff.
essential and desirable
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