Job: Data Entry Pharmacy Clerk

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Job Title Data Entry Pharmacy Clerk
Category Data Entry
Job Information

The Data Entry Pharmacy Clerk’s primary focus is to create orders, enter data and support functions related to prescription processing.  Physically enters prescription data into the system and documents details of member pharmacy orders in system.

Primary Responsibilities:  

  • Enter/update prescription information (data entry) into relevant system (e.g. drug name and directions, payment info, allergies, medical conditions, OTC notes, HIPAA).
  • Process prescriptions and ensure accurate information is provided prior to pharmacist verification
  • Review/verify/enter order member data and release information.
  • Create and/or route pharmacy orders using appropriate queue.
  • Identify and review members’ information provided in the system (e.g. name, DOB, phone, insurance, address) to process appropriately.
  • Apply payments for pharmacy orders.
  • Enter refill orders requested by members into system.
  • Update pharmacy order counts and verify receive date.
  • Constantly meet established productivity, schedule adherence, and quality standards while maintaining a good attendance record
  • Other duties as assigned
  • All duties are assigned as State Regulations permit.


  • Minimum of 6 months experience working in a retail/hospital pharmacy or PBM performing DE work, or 6 months experience doing DE in a licensed pharmacy
  • Pharmacy/ prescription data entry experience required
  • Word processing speed of 50 wpm or greater preferred.
  • Typically non-licensed, but may be filled by licensed/registered Pharmacy Technician.
  • Technically focused with previous experience in a retail pharmacy as Pharmacy Technician or Clerk/Typist or a pharmacy assistant/clerk in retail or other setting
  • Familiarity with computer and Windows PC applications, which includes the ability to learn new and complex computer system application
  • Capable of performing tasks independently, although help from an expert may be required from time to time.
  • Basic math skills required (ability to calculate Rx number of days of supplies, etc.)
  • An education level of at least a high school diploma or GED
  • Authorization to work in the United States
  • Available to work 40 hours per week and overtime as required according to the needs of the business; shift flexibility required
  • Ability to remain focused and productive each day though tasks may be repetitive

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