The Contractor personnel shall provide one FTE Clinical Pharmacist for patients treated at the MTF. The duties include but are not limited to the following:
- A Bachelors degree in Pharmacy from a college of pharmacy accredited by the American Council on Pharmaceutical Education (ACPE).
- Licensure/Registration. IAW paragraph 3.1, AFI 44-119, Medical Quality Operations, 16 Aug 11, military, civil service, and personal services Contractor personnel who require a license, certification, or registration to perform their duties must maintain a license or other authorizing document such as certification or registration from any U.S. jurisdiction.
- Copies of required certification for each Contractor personnel shall be furnished to the CO prior to performance on this contract.
- Board certification in one or more of the pharmacy specialties recognized by the Board of Pharmaceutical Specialties, or Completion of a clinical pharmacy residency or fellowship accredited by the American Society of Health System Pharmacists or American College of Clinical Pharmacy.
- Assess patient’s response to drug therapy and planning drug therapy based on physician-established diagnoses.Order and evaluate laboratory tests necessary to evaluate drug therapy effects and outcomes.
- Initiate, modify, or discontinue medications for ongoing therapy of chronic disease states (e.g., medication therapy management, hypertension, hyperlipidemia, anticoagulant, diabetes, asthma, refill clinics, etc.), in cooperation with the medical staff.
- Monitor and manage pharmacotherapy requiring periodic adjustment due to specific or changing pharmacokinetic characteristics (e.g., aminoglycosides, phenytoin, antithrombotics).
- Initiate or modify drug therapy for minor acute conditions such as colds, rashes, and allergies.
- Administer prescription or non-prescription drugs according to established agreements or protocols.
- Assess metabolic needs and order therapeutic enteral or parenteral nutrition products in the inpatient setting.
- Evaluate medical and medication histories for drug-related problems and adjusting drug therapy accordingly.
- Consult with other healthcare providers (e.g., physicians, dietitians, nurses, physical therapists, etc.) about patient treatment needs or options.
Clinical Pharmacist: Duty hours will start between 0700 - 0800 and end between 1600 – 1700, Monday through Friday. The duty day will be 8 working hours plus one hour allotted for lunch.
The projected period of performance will consist of a base year beginning on or around 1 October 2017 through 30 September 2018, plus a one-year option