Jonathan Webb

Las Vegas, Nevada, US

Asst Dir-Pharmacy shifting course to entrepreneur
Jonathan's Skills
Operations
Background

Age Group

36-55

About Jonathan

I am a pharmacist by trade, currently the Assistant Director of Pharmacy at a nearby hospital. Moved to Vegas a year and a half ago and caught the entrepreneurial bug. New to the startup world but realized a need for price control around the purchase of prescription drugs. I've been in hospital practice for 10+ years so I have a lot of knowledge around the opportunity. Currently working on the business plan and looking to network with those with web development and project management experience as well as those with experience in raising capital.

Quote

Hustle until you make it, then hustle some more. - N/A

Work Experience

Assistant Director of Pharmacy

Universal Health Services

May 2015 - Today

Assist director with monitoring and overseeing the planning, development, and organization of the pharmacy department. Ensure quality, service, and financial management through appropriate utilization of human resources, operational and capital budget control, and the marketing and promotion of pharmacy services to physicians and community. CONTRIBUTIONS & ACHIEVEMENTS  Developed and instituted an operational change saving the health system $1million+ annually  Assisted in achieving successful accreditation Joint Commission survey  Co-author and data lead on successful $2.6M capital investment proposal for: *Renovation and relocation of the inpatient pharmacy *Purchase and implementation of state-of-the-art BoxPicker technology *Development and implantation of centralized pharmacy distribution and inventory management systems saving the health system $700K+ through centralized unit-dose packaging

Lead Pharmacist

Mercy Health - The Jewish Hospital

August 2006 - May 2015

Effectively manage all pharmacy operations and support personnel for in-patient, out-patient, and oncology services. Review and ensure compliance with institutional and regulatory policies and procedures. Assist with administration of performance reviews, create schedules/assignments, and complete payroll for 50+ pharmacy staff. Oversee the training, development, and competence for all employees. Maintain revenue integrity through appropriate charge capture and inventory management. Assist with planning, development, and management of strategic initiatives and projects. CONTRIBUTIONS & ACHIEVEMENTS  Enabled expansion of pharmacy services through redesign of centralized pharmacy workflow and achieved: *A need reduction of 5 full time equivalent employees *Implementation of decentralized pharmacy services *Start up of an Emergency Department Med-Rec intern program *Successfully managed the conversion to Pyxis MedStation 4000 and Pyxis Anesthesia Stations, which entailed: >Coordinating the conversion of 40+ med-stations and re-registration of 900+ end- users *Planned and aided our transition to a practice model aligning with recommendations of the PPMI *Assisted with deployment of decentralized pharmacy services and the Med-Rec Intern program *Utilized medication distribution data to maximize the impact of dispensing technology *Fostered clinical and personal growth through precepting and extensive committee service *Supported expansion of residency program to 2 FTE *Mentored and precepted PGY-1 residents, IPPE and APPE students *Contributing member to the Leadership Committee, Formulary Committee, Dispute Resolution Committee, Medication Use Committee and CarePath User Group

Education

University of Cincinnati, James L. Winkle College of Pharmacy

Doctorate of Pharmacy (PharmD)

2002 - 2008

Certification

Board Certified Pharmacotherapy Specialist

Board of Pharmacy Specialties