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travel pharmacy technician
Travel pharmacy technician: The stipends are not available. Health Benefits & Life Insurance Are available. Competitive weekly pay with direct deposit available. It is required to be able to pass a background check as well as drug screening and then submits documents of immunization following an interview.
You must be Flu and COVID-19-vaccinated prior to interviewing. The range of $938 to $1,072 a week is based on your experience. Pharmacy in the hospital for patients aiding in the preparation and delivery of medication. Epic Medication Carousel Omincell or Intelliguard experience is an advantage.
The authorization for pharmacists to administer vaccinations has been granted fast. The first state to allow technicians’ immunizations came from Idaho at the end of the year 2017, And other states have followed in the same way. As pharmacists and also pharmacy technicians, we know that technician roles are expanding, and technician-administered immunizations are here to stay. However, most pharmacy boards have not yet allowed technicians to administer vaccines independently. That raises the question: Who is liable for a technician-administered immunization?
In the majority of states, including my own state of Florida, technicians can administer vaccines, but only under the supervision of a pharmacist. As pharmacists, that means you are both the responsibility and the power to supervise and make sure that those who administer vaccinations in your workplace are properly vaccinating and in a safe manner.
It is important to note that the financial responsibility of a healthcare provider to administer vaccines is limited because of the National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program (VICP). In 1986, the program was created and had been providing compensation for injuries resulting from vaccines. In 1988, the VICP offered a “no-fault alternative to the tort system that is commonly used.”