The PBM Technician provides technical support to licensed pharmacists within OHSU Pharmacy Benefit Management Services. Support includes but is not limited to troubleshooting pharmacy claims, responding to non-clinical inquiries, providing call center support, implementing formulary changes, and providing utilization management support.
Completion of high school degree
Oregon Registered Pharmacy Technician License
Certification from the national Pharmacy Technician Certification Board or National Healthcareer Association (Certification must be maintained)
One year of pharmacy work experience or equivalent additional education
Excellent interpersonal skills
Must possess computer keyboarding skills
Standing, walking, stooping, crouching, reaching, talking and hearing.
Clarity of vision at 20 feet and 20 inches or less. Adjustment of eye to bring object into sharp focus
Ability to handle 1-5 pounds by hand continuously
Spending long periods of time at computer terminal, telephone, copier, fax, common application software
Strong knowledge of Microsoft applications including but not limited to Excel, Outlook, and Word
Two or more years of previous health plan or PBM experience
Two or more years of call center experience
One or more years of retail or specialty pharmacy experience
Knowledge of pharmacy claims processing
Knowledge of pharmacy/medical terminology
Knowledge of drug names
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