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If you want to use your unique skills and talents to work towards a purpose larger than yourself, you'll enjoy being part of our team. As we continue to grow, we are looking to expand our diverse group of thinkers with individuals who want to help us advance our mission of improving the quality and cost of care for the people our members serve.

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Statement

At CHPA, we champion diversity, equity, and inclusion at every level. We celebrate the unique backgrounds of our employees, members, and communities, which enrich our collective experience and strengthen our ability to help our members deliver high-quality care. Our commitment to diversity is integral to our mission of improving the quality and cost of care for the people our members serve. We foster authenticity and belonging in our workplace culture, ensuring everyone feels valued and included. Together, we strive to build a more equitable and inclusive healthcare system, contributing to a healthier and more just society for all.


  • Work from home with access to CHPA's physical office

    Some positions require travel.

  • Insured group health, dental, and vision plans

    Note: Medical insurance may not be available for out-of-state employees.

  • Medical and dependent care flexible spending account options

  • 401k retirement plan with an employer contribution match

  • Life, AD&D, and Long-term disability plans paid for by the employer

  • Free 24/7 access to confidential resources through an Employee Assistance Program (EAP)

  • Voluntary benefit plans to complement health care coverage including accident insurance, critical illness, and short-term disability

  • A generous mix of vacation, sick, and holiday paid days off

    Including a day off for birthday and work anniversary!

Note: Some benefits are for full-time employees only.

A Glimpse into our Culture

Available Opportunities

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Pharmacy Tech Medication Adherence Specialist

The Pharmacy Tech Medication Adherence Specialist (Pharm Tech) supports CHPA members in meeting Healthcare Effectiveness Data and Information Set (HEDIS) and Medicare Star Ratings medication adherence and utilization measure goals. Members include Community Health Centers (CHCs), also known as Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs), participating in the Accountable Care Organization. The personnel in this position will use their knowledge of pharmacy workflows, health coaching, and insurance plans to assist in development and implementation of supports related to medication adherence/utilization and as determined by their direct supervisor or CHPA leadership.

Category: Part-time, Non-Exempt

Report To: Chief Operating Officer

Supervises: N/A

Date: March 2024

Hiring Range: $20-25 per hour


  • The Pharm Tech will interact with operational and clinical leadership to assist in the identification of medication adherence/utilization opportunities and will provide targeted support to CHCs to improve outcomes in CHPA’s value-based contract initiatives.
  • Medication adherence/utilization support
    • Improve medication adherence rates by identifying barriers that prevent patients from taking medication regimens appropriately and work with care team members to help patients be successful in managing their health.
    • Telephonic and electronic outreach to patients based on internal and payer reports that identify those who may need additional help in managing medications and getting timely refills.
    • Coordinate with members of the patient care team, including providers, pharmacists, nurses, and patient care coordinators to address patient needs related to medication use.
    • With a strong knowledge of pharmacy workflows, insurance plans, and available resources, help patients navigate the complexities of obtaining prescription medications and refills.
  • CHC Support
    • Assist the department, direct supervisor and CHPA in the development of education tools related to Medication Adherence/Utilization.
    • Support and assist the Pharmacist in the creation of education that will train members of the patient care team as well as CHPA staff, for medication adherence/utilization.
    • Maintains a database with the results of outreach calls to patients and report on progress and statistics on the measures.
    • In collaboration with the Pharmacist, provides monthly or ad hoc feedback on opportunities to improve medication adherence/utilization.
  • CHPA Success
    • Assist in all CHPA dashboard and scorecard initiatives to improve performance outcomes.
    • Assist supervisor in implementing best practices, policies, and procedures to increase support services to the CHCs served.
    • Assist in developing and sharing guidelines and best practices with internal CHPA team to help improve medication adherence/utilization measures.


To achieve high-quality outcomes the Pharmacy Tech is to have knowledge of HEDIS/Stars measures and guidelines, clinical documentation standards, and have the following education/training and skills:

  • High School diploma or equivalent
  • Certified Pharmacy Technician (CPhT) preferred with at least 3–5 years of community or retail pharmacy technician experience; a Medical Assistant or LPN will be considered with experience in HEDIS/Stars measures, specifically medication adherence/utilization measures
  • Experience with HEDIS medication adherence and utilization measures
  • Knowledge of several EHR systems preferred
  • Experience with Microsoft Office including PowerPoint, Excel, and Microsoft word with the ability to manipulate basic information and data required for preparing reports and delivering training
  • Exceptional interpersonal, public speaking, and presentation skills to deliver training and education preferred
  • Exceptional customer service skills
  • Ability to adapt to changing initiatives and priorities based on the needs of CHPA and the CHC’s success
  • Ability to professionally communicate and manage conflict in both an internal and external setting
  • Ability to work independently and self-motivate to complete tasks; resourceful and proactive
  • Fluent in spoken and written English, with reading comprehension skills
    • Ability to speak or write in Spanish would be helpful
  • Displays cultural competence in diversity, equity, and inclusion to fit CHPA’s cultural values and mission
  • Ability to travel to and within the state of Colorado (up to 25% travel within the state of Colorado) with an unrestricted driver’s license and an insured vehicle
  • Home office that is HIPPA compliant and has high speed internet capability
  • Mobile device for work purposes

Working Environment and Physical Activities:

  • 24 hours per week, flexible during M-F (typical business hours and may include evening hours)
  • Hybrid position – work from home with up to 25% travel capability
  • This position may require travel to meetings in the state of Colorado
The ideal candidate will display sound judgment, relate well to the public and staff, have a professional demeanor, prioritize customer satisfaction, and be well organized.

CHPA is an equal opportunity employer offering a casual work environment, a competitive salary (DOE), and the following benefits:

  • 401k retirement plan with an employer contribution match
  • Free 24/7 access to confidential resources through an Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
  • A generous mix of vacation, sick and holiday paid days off
Note: This job description is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all duties, responsibilities, or qualifications associated with the job.Category

Work at CHPA

Community Health Provider Alliance (CHPA) is an Accountable Care Organization (ACO) that supports Community Health Centers in Colorado by being the expert partner they need to manage value-based care contracts and more. We achieve strategic goals by working within four pillars of success.

To increase long-term sustainability CHPA has partnered with various payers across the state and nation, entering into various value-based contracts to set quality goals. CHPA helps CHCs understand and reach measure goals to achieve savings.

CHPA’s risk adjustment and quality team provides pre-visit planning and education for providers, nurses, coders, and billers. Risk adjustment accuracy ensures a complete and accurate picture of patient populations, supporting continuity of care and a reduction in claim denials for our member Community Health Centers.

The practice transformation team provides members with various touchpoints to help refine and improve primary care delivery to advance quality improvement, patient-centered care, and characteristics of high-performing primary care.

CHPA’s data team produces monthly and quarterly performance reports to give members continuous feedback.


What the Team is Saying

We're building a culture where employees are valued and a healthy work-life balance is the norm.


What the Team is Saying

We're building a culture where employees are valued and a healthy work-life balance is the norm.


"I am very thankful that I was offered a position to work within such a caring and welcoming company. I wanted to belong to a company that treated their employees as more than a number in their system and CHPA goes above and beyond that! I think that speaks volumes as to why CHPA can achieve the mission that the company stands for to help the CHC’s, the patients, families, and their communities."


"I feel fortunate to be working with such a great team that is committed to the common mission of CHPA and our member CHCs. I believe each of us looks forward to making great progress in the year ahead with our initiatives to improve care for each of the communities served. Full steam ahead!"


"I’m so grateful and blessed to be working at CHPA and I can’t express enough how awesome it is to be working alongside this amazing team. I love how mission-driven we are and how everyone has a place here that’s a vital role to the team."