At WellDyneRx, we love what we do. In fact, our entire culture is built around the notion of delivering outstanding customer service. In order to deliver on that promise, we need outstanding employees at every level of our team. That’s why we’re always looking for A+ team players who are ready to embrace and live our core values while being rewarded with an amazing job that constantly gives them a little something more. We understand that a fulfilling career includes perks that extend beyond compensation, that’s why we offer complete wellness packages, healthcare, vacation, and retirement benefits.
Our Core Values:
Client & Member Focus
Our customers are the reason that we are here. We work to provide access to pharmaceuticals for our members with a high-touch service mindset, while minimizing drug costs for our clients. We are in the business of service.
We take responsibility for our own actions and decisions; we meet our commitments.
We will work as a team, and will establish effective, open communication channels among all relevant parties. No silos. We will ensure effective communication of mission and goals.
We provide straightforward answers and feedback, even if the news is bad. We pride ourselves on our honesty and our integrity.
We operate with a “can-do” attitude. We roll up our sleeves and get the job done. We seek to change the organization for the better.
We ensure the company complies with laws, regulations, agreements and accreditations that allow the business to operate successfully and meet the needs of our customers.
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Under the direct supervision of the Pharmacy Logistics Manager (CO) or the Pharmacy Supervisor (FL), pack and ship prescriptions following all shipping procedures.
The primary responsibilities of the Item Entry Technician include, but are not limited to: ensuring sure that patient name and date of birth match up on prescriptions, accountable for checking patient history for any duplicate orders and following the proper procedures, ensuring all prescription information is entered accurately and in a timely manner, responsible for doing a “PD3Q” check before finishing and sending the order on, and performing routine, professional pharmacy functions.
The primary responsibility of the Pharmacist is to ensure accuracy when performing all duties associated with the dispensing of pharmaceuticals, provide customer service to patients and healthcare professionals, and provide leadership and guidance to supporting staff.
The Clinical Pharmacist Account Manager is responsible for external accounts and internal utilization management strategies. Externally this position will be assisting in the presentation of plan reviews, set-up and implementation of clinical programs; help with plan and participant communications where applicable; working with the Account Executive to provide the customer with measurable clinical program outcomes. Internally, this position will support the creation, set-up and maintenance of all utilization management (UM) programs (e.g. formulary, PA, step therapy) as well all other clinical programs. This position will ensure timely and appropriate processing of prescriptions based on the appropriate UM program.
The primary responsibilities of the Pharmacy Technician include, but are not limited to: filling and preparing prescription orders in a timely manner, stocking and managing the robotic counting machine, ensuring fast mover medications are well stocked, keeping the pharmacy clean based on a cleaning schedule, checking expired drugs on a monthly basis, and performing routine, professional pharmacy functions.
The Quality Control (QC) Analyst for the Revenue cycle team will work closely with the billing process to ensure the highest quality billing and reporting for our customers. Additionally, this position will implement, monitor, and continuously review internal controls in an ever-changing environment. Additionally, this position will expand beyond billing and support the entire Revenue Cycle team, including Accounts Receivable and Incentive Payments. A willingness to learn new skills and apply them to tasks is important.
The Account Executive will work within an account team structure to provide the expertise in plan consultations, recommendations and implementation of products, programs, and services such as benefit design, provisions of pharmacy benefit information, on-line system edits and restrictions, and recommendations regarding client pharmacy benefit utilization. Responsibilities include monitoring performance trends that optimizes the quality and cost-effectiveness of drug benefit program for health plan clients and their members; selling/introducing clients to new product and/or service offerings; providing financial analysis, tools and assistance to clients to identify and quantify environmental changes and their impact on the pharmaceutical costs drivers for clients; modeling and recommending financially sound, value-added services to reduce the drug spend impact on the client; and through retrospective analysis, and market forecasting, will monitor recommendations and adjust recommendations, as appropriate to achieve lower net cost, better health outcomes, and higher levels of satisfaction for health plan sponsors and their members. The Account Executive is responsible for organizing and leading client business planning meetings, quarterly and executive pharmacy briefings, client meetings and internal team strategy planning.