PGY1 Pharmacy & PGY2 Specialized Area: Medication Systems & Operations
Purpose: This specialty residency training program in medication systems and operations is an organized, directed postgraduate program of practical experience in pharmacy operations. The residency is designed to develop expert skills in effectively managing and overseeing the distributive, technical, and clinical aspects of the supply chain and medication use system in order to produce qualified residents capable of performing the pharmacy operations management leadership role, such as a manager or assistant director, within a health-system pharmacy.
Program Overview: Graduates of the program will have competencies in navigating the rapidly changing health-system pharmacy environment, in regard to technology and automation, the pharmaceutical needs of high-acuity patients and the demands of regulation. Participants will be expected to be a leader capable of minimizing the gap between clinical and operational aspects of health-system pharmacy. In addition to advanced training in medications systems and pharmacy operations across Johns Hopkins Medicine, this program offers robust PGY1 clinical experiences, and is combined with a Masters of Business Administration (M.B.A) with an emphasis in Health Care Management (54 credit hours) or a Master of Science (M.S.) in Health Care Management (36 credits hours) from The Johns Hopkins University Carey Business School.
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Residency programs at The Johns Hopkins Hospital
Health-System Pharmacy Administration with MBA;
Medication Systems & Operations with MBA;
Investigational Drugs and Research;
Medication Use Safety;
Solid Organ Transplant;
Pain & Palliative Care