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Under the direct supervision of the Pharmacy Ambulatory Care Manager and the general supervision of the program Medical Director, the Ambulatory Care Clinical Pharmacist (ACCP) will collaborate with providers and caregivers to provide coordinated, comprehensive, high-quality care to patients referred to the Anticoagulation Clinic for focused drug therapy management of acute and chronic disorders. The ACCP is responsible for providing collaborative drug therapy management in the clinic (face-to Face), telephonically, and via telehealth. In addition, the ACCP will assess the patient, initiate and adjust medications, screen for and minimize drug interactions and adverse effects, provide disease/medication education, and explore opportunities to simplify &/or decrease the cost of the medication regimen in collaboration with the referring provider, patient and/or their caregiver and other team members. In addition, he/she will develop and sustain productive patient relationships to ensure integrated and comprehensive care. Able to work productively with other members of the patient care team.