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Pharmacogenomics Pharmacist 


TRHC is a family of companies that leverages technology to improve healthcare. TRHC works with providers and insurers to identify multi-drug interactions and to reduce risk of medication-related problems. We have developed the first multi-drug interaction tool that identifies risk across a variety of safety factors and presents meaningful opportunities to mitigate that risk. This technology can be used to assess safety at the individual patient-level or to stratify medication risk at the population-level, and can be embedded within any EMR or other healthcare IT system.

The Pharmacogenomics Pharmacist is responsible for maintaining, further developing, and enhancing the components of the company's pharmacogenomics (PGx) services.

  1. Researches scientific developments in the fields of clinical pharmacology, drug interactions, and PGx.

    1. Periodically reviews the biomedical literature, FDA monographs, PharmGKB data sources, CPIC guidelines, and other sources of scientific information.

    2. Searches and extracts information pertaining to the components of the PGx services.

  2. Advocates for the rational and routine use of PGx testing.

    1. Recommends PGx testing to optimize drug regimens.

    2. Uses informatics and scientific sources to guide recommendations to perform PGx testing.

    3. Educates and provides information on the appropriate indications for PGx testing and the clinical application of PGx to health care professionals, patients, and members of the public.

  3. Coordinates activities of the company's PGx clinical services.

    1. Oversees ordering, shipping, and tracking of PGx test kits and results.

    2. Communicates with PGx laboratories and vendors.

    3. Manages PGx consultations.

    4. Provides analyses & reports to leadership, as requested, to monitor and improve clinical services.

  4. Serves as an expert consultant for the company's PGx clinical services.

    1. Provides PGx test results interpretation and clinical guidance to prescribers and patients.

    2. Makes recommendations to personalize and optimize drug regimens based on the patient's PGx profile that also considers the pharmacodynamic and pharmacokinetic properties of the drug(s) as well as other patient-specific factors such as comorbidities and other concomitant drugs.

    3. Establishes and uses standardized processes for performing PGx consultations, communicating PGx test results to prescribers and patients, and documenting patient-specific results in the electronic health record(s).

    4. Optimizes patient outcomes through the expert provision of evidence-based, patient-centered consultations.

  5. Supports and participates in research, consortia, and networks that guide and accelerate the application of PGx to clinical practice.

    1. Designs and conducts PGx-based research.

    2. Queries data sources in order to interrogate PGx data.

    3. Develops processes to document improved patient outcomes and economic benefits resulting from clinical application of PGx.

    4. Actively contributes to the body of knowledge in PGx by publishing articles on the topic in the biomedical literature.

  6. Supports and participates in PGx-based clinical decision support (CDS).

    1. Develops PGx-specific algorithms and rules for CDS systems that guide prescribers, pharmacists, and other health care professionals on drug optimization based on genetic results.

    2. Presents updates and/or recommendations for updates for CDS systems to committees.

    3. Collaborates with Information Technology and Development to deploy updates to the CDS systems.

    4. Uses informatics to evaluate the performance of algorithms and rules involved in updates.

  7. Provides effective PGx-related education to patients, caregivers, health care professionals, and students.

    1. Designs effective educational activities for patients and caregivers.

    2. Develops and plans PGx-specific advanced training opportunities and competencies for pharmacists & other health care professionals.

    3. Precepts Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experience (APPE) students.

    4. Uses effective teaching skills to deliver education.

    5. Assesses the effectiveness of education.

Position Requirements


  • Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) degree obtained.
  • Completed a Post-Graduate Year 1 (PGY1) Pharmacy Practice Residency.


  • Active NJ licensure in good standing.

Experience & Training:

  • Degree obtained from an accredited college/school of pharmacy.
  • Clinical practice experience in PGx or closely related field (e.g., pharmacokinetics).

Full-Time/Part-Time Full-Time  
Shift -not applicable-  
Position Pharmacogenomics Pharmacist  
Post Internal Days 0  
Number of Openings 1  
Location Tabula Rasa HealthCare, Inc. Moorestown  
About the Organization  
EOE Statement We are an equal employment opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status or any other characteristic protected by law.  
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