In 2016, We gathered a small group of technologists and doctors together and started discussing some pretty big questions:
- How can we make it easier for everyone to find personalized healthcare information?
- How can we remove barriers that limit access to quality healthcare from doctors?
- Could consumer-focused technology ultimately improve health outcomes?
- Why don’t individuals take more control of their health information?
At K, we’ve spent the last four years building products and services to address those questions and create a better healthcare experience for consumers, and we’ve built an amazing team to do just that. We aspire to use data and technology to deliver smarter, more personalized healthcare information, and increase access to quality care that costs dramatically less and leads to better outcomes. We still have a long way to go, but with hundreds of thousands of users joining our platform every month, you have an opportunity to help shape the future of healthcare as we build the most sophisticated healthcare platform and make K the home for the world’s primary health needs.
You’ll join a team dedicated to improving care and innovating in the digital space. We’re looking for a pharmacist with a dedicated passion for excellence who can help us revolutionize how healthcare is delivered. Specifically, we are looking for our founding pharmacist who will lead us through building our own national pharmacy from the ground up.
You’ll join our Clinical team owning several responsibilities including, but not limited to, dispensing, assessing prescriptions and the like to deliver best in class user experience. Your role is critical to scaling our business.
What you’ll do -- Responsibilities include but are not limited to:
- Verify order entries
- Dispense medications
- Remove expired and/or damaged drugs from the pharmacy’s inventory
- Ensure legal compliance in the pharmacy, reviewing labels, doses, and procedures
- Monitor customers’ drug therapies, intervening when necessary
- Keep accurate customer records and inventory reporting
- Manage the pharmacy's inventory, staff, and budget
- Ensure a safe and clean working environment
- Adhere to applicable legal rules, regulations, and procedures governing pharmaceutical practice
- Perform other administrative tasks when needed
- Education & Experience:
- Bachelor’s / Pharm D degree in Pharmacy
- 1600+ hours of experience, at least 2 years of traditional pharmacy practice
- 30+ hours of CE in the past 2 years
- Valid New York State-issued Pharmacist license in good standing
- Association of Boards of Pharmacy/National Council for Prescription Drug Programs (NABP/NCPDP) number
- Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) number
- National Provider Identifier (NPI) number
- You demonstrate an ability to think analytically and deduct clinical insights
- You are proactive, organized, detail-oriented and a natural multi-tasker
- You have strong communication skills, verbal and written
- You are never satisfied with the status quo -- you stop at nothing to deliver unparalleled service
- Spanish-speaking is a plus