GENERAL SUMMARY Ensures safe and effective use of specialty medications by reviewing and evaluating clinical guidelines formulating protocols, conducting medication reconciliation, creating patient care plans and providing patient consultation that will improve patient medication adherence, health, well-being and knowledge. Improves collaboration and communication among the patient's healthcare team. Documents and reports on healthcare related interventions and outcomes. Oversees the process for specialty pharmacy accreditation. EDUCATION: A Pharm D. preferred with a residency in pharmacy from an accredited college of pharmacy is required. CERTIFICATION/REGISTRATION/LICENSURE: Licensure as a Pharmacist in the District of Columbia or eligibility for reciprocity is required.