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Provides twenty-four (24) hour accountability for the delivery of quality patient care that promotes the safety and well-being of all patients on assigned units. Responsible for planning, prioritizing, organizing, directing and meeting the daily needs and demands of patients and staff on assigned nursing units. Uses sound knowledge of nursing practices to assign patient care responsibilities to staff based on the patient’s acuity and skill needs. Operationalizes knowledge of human resource management to effectively manage and communicate with staff on assigned unit to promote open communication, teamwork and enhanced work performance. Responsible for effective utilization to ensure appropriate and efficient use of financial, supply and staff resources. Accountable for unit-level implementation of hospital policies and procedures. The nurse manager is accountable for budget preparation and for fiscal operations of the department. Achieves high productivity while attaining exceptional patient, physician and associate satisfaction. This position requires a sound knowledge of nursing practice and exceptional leadership abilities to manage complex, stressful and critically important environments. Promotes the St. Vincent Health System/CHI mission, vision and purpose.
Job ID
2020-131149
Department
Nursing Administration
Shift
Day
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI St. Vincent Health
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
AR-SHERWOOD
The care manager coordinates the care and service of selected patient populations across the continuum.  He/she works collaboratively with physicians and other members of the health care team to achieve the highest quality clinical outcomes with the most cost effective use of available resources.  The care manager assumes responsibility for an interdisciplinary process which assesses plans, implements, monitors and measures the effectiveness of interventions to meet patients’ treatment and transitional needs. The care manager provides services to neonate, pediatric, adolescent, adult and geriatric patients and demonstrates the knowledge and skills necessary to offer care appropriate to the age of the patient.
Job ID
2021-148149
Department
Case Management
Shift
Varied
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI St Vincent Hot Springs
Employment Type
Per Diem
Location
AR-HOT SPRINGS
GENERAL SUMMARY: Develops, coordinates and oversees the implementation of patient specific plan of care.  Works collaboratively with physicians, staff, and other health care professionals/agencies to negotiate care coordination across the health care continuum for disease specific populations.  Communicates feedback about progress towards client goals with appropriate individual/groups at specific intervals.  Collaborates with other services and disciplines, and when appropriate, the client’s medical physician and/or related health care professionals/agencies to enhance a holistic approach to patient care.  Ensures safety, best practice, and high quality standards of care are maintained across the continuum.  Is accountable for Care Management evaluation including: data capture and analysis, outcome achievement, and fiscal responsibility in an effort to improve service, quality and cost provided to the clients served.        ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: - Completes a comprehensive assessment of the client’s holistic health status and needs to include clinical condition, support systems and resources, client/family knowledge, perception and adjustment towards disease process, and community resources. - Screens patients/clients for identified and potential needs. Makes referral to appropriate multi-disciplinary services. - Documents case management plan to include: assessment, client/family participation and understanding, consult referrals and discharge plan of care. - Educates staff, clients/families, and medical community on care coordination and regulatory issues that impact care and outcomes. - Documents clearly and timely in the Electronic Health Record and other required systems to insure effective communications along the continuum. - Collaborates with Utilization Management staff regarding payer information, level of care and status determinations for patients. - Understands and self manages to support facility/CIN level success goals; including improvements in quality, cost of care and member experience for the facility/CIN’s population. - Identifies opportunities for improvement (at individual, facility/CIN levels and actively works with healthcare and facility/CIN team to correct or improve results. - Develops and utilizes tools available to effectively evaluate, summarize and communicate patient’s progress toward outcomes to members of the healthcare team and patient and family. - Has a working knowledge of financial and reimbursement processes Medicare DRG payment, Case Rates, Managed Care Risk Contracting, etc. - Coordinates and conducts patient care rounds and family conferences. - Collaborates with Unit Director in strategies/tactics to achieve unit based goals such as quality, financial, and safety indicators. - Demonstrates a wide theory/research base that supports sound clinical and psychological orientation. Specific knowledge regarding pathophysiology, natural history of disease processes, and impact on functional ability and level of care. - Serves as a professional role model/mentor and change agent to develop and assist others. - Other duties as assigned by CIN Director/Care Management/Social Services Manager.
Job ID
2021-148980
Department
Care Coordination
Shift
Day
Facility / Process Level : Name
MercyOne West Des Moines
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
IA-WEST DES MOINES
Opportunity to develop and work with highly engaged perioperative team in a dynamic environment with increasing surgery volumes and complexity.   The OR team is a very experienced team with a high degree of teamwork in the OR.  Opportunity exists to expand skills in a Level II Trauma Center and supportive team for learning.     Sign-On Bonus:  Up to $10,000 (less applicable taxes) for those external hires that have 2 years of RN experience in the OR, as outlined by Franciscan Policy.   About Us: As the flagship hospital of CHI Franciscan Health, St. Joseph Medical Center continues to be the regional leader in the use of advanced medical technologies and therapies. The 361-bed regional medical center is a level II trauma center with a robust cardiac surgery program that has recently received Three Star Awards for our thoracic and cardiac programs.  Our main OR suite includes 10 operating rooms (two are cardiac) and an additional 9 operating rooms at the adjacent Walters Day Surgery Center.  We also have two operating rooms at an ambulatory surgery center in nearby Gig Harbor.  Combined, we perform over 16,500 cases per year, including trauma, cardiothoracic, vascular, general, neurosurgery, orthopedics, urology, spine, ENT, gynecology.   We provide 24/7 staffing in the main OR. Our Surgical Services Leadership team includes a Director, 3 Perioperative Clinical Managers, 2 Perianesthesia Clinical managers, a Sterile Processing Manager and an RN Educator.  Combined, these leaders have over 100 years of nursing and leadership experience and they truly enjoy mentoring and developing staff members.  Orientation for new OR RNs includes a formal six-month long OR residency.  We offer two residencies per year.     Job Summary: Serves as a leader and clinical resource to staff under the direction of nursing leadership.  Collaborates with the primary RN or team leader to ensure the planning and delivery of quality patient care in partnership with physician, interdisciplinary team and patient/family. Acts as a role model, demonstrating technical/clinical competence consistent with the needs of staff and the patient population served.  Assists staff with problem solving and decision making.     Essential Duties: Oversees clinical operations to include:  coordination of assignments, delegation of tasks, provision of clinical care, patient placement, unit and patient flow. Aligns staffing with productivity-based Staffing Matrix to include requesting resources based on patient need and flexing staff based on census and workload fluctuations. Prepares assignments considering patient acuity and staff skill mix/competency; ensures timely posting of Staffing Plan; assigns and/or ensures staff are provided with rest and meal breaks. Monitors and oversees Sitter usage in assigned area. Serves as the first point of contact in the department chain of command during the shift for staff’s clinical needs, investigation of complaints, service recovery and completion of incident reports; ensures management is apprised of concerns and incidents. Coordinates care, collaborating and communicating effectively with the inter-disciplinary team. Maintains and applies knowledge of quality and SafetyFirst-related initiatives and requirements. Serves as mentor to develop and coach orientees and experienced staff; demonstrates skill in conflict management. Contributes to the development and evaluation of staff competency; provides objective feedback to assist with staff performance throughout the review cycle. Assists with monitoring of regulatory and auditing requirements.    
Job ID
2020-131868
Department
Surgery
Shift
Day
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI Franciscan St Joseph Medical Center
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
WA-TACOMA
Opportunity to develop and work with highly engaged perioperative team in a dynamic environment with increasing surgery volumes and complexity.  The OR team is a very experienced team with a high degree of teamwork in the OR.  Opportunity exists to expland skills in a Level II Trauma Center and supportive team for learning.   Sign-On Bonus:  Up to $10,000 (less applicable taxes) for those external hires that have 2 years of RN experience in the OR, as outlined by Franciscan Policy.   About Us: As the flagship hospital of CHI Franciscan Health, St. Joseph Medical Center continues to be the regional leader in the use of advanced medical technologies and therapies. The 361-bed regional medical center is a level II trauma center with a robust cardiac surgery program that has recently received Three Star Awards for our thoracic and cardiac programs.  Our main OR suite includes 10 operating rooms (two are cardiac) and an additional 9 operating rooms at the adjacent Walters Day Surgery Center.  We also have two operating rooms at an ambulatory surgery center in nearby Gig Harbor.  Combined, we perform over 16,500 cases per year, including trauma, cardiothoracic, vascular, general, neurosurgery, orthopedics, urology, spine, ENT, gynecology.   We provide 24/7 staffing in the main OR. Our Surgical Services Leadership team includes a Director, 3 Perioperative Clinical Managers, 2 Perianesthesia Clinical managers, a Sterile Processing Manager and an RN Educator.  Combined, these leaders have over 100 years of nursing and leadership experience and they truly enjoy mentoring and developing staff members.  Orientation for new OR RNs includes a formal six-month long OR residency.  We offer two residencies per year.     Job Summary: Serves as a leader and clinical resource to staff under the direction of nursing leadership.  Collaborates with the primary RN or team leader to ensure the planning and delivery of quality patient care in partnership with physician, interdisciplinary team and patient/family. Acts as a role model, demonstrating technical/clinical competence consistent with the needs of staff and the patient population served.  Assists staff with problem solving and decision making.     Essential Duties: Oversees clinical operations to include:  coordination of assignments, delegation of tasks, provision of clinical care, patient placement, unit and patient flow. Aligns staffing with productivity-based Staffing Matrix to include requesting resources based on patient need and flexing staff based on census and workload fluctuations. Prepares assignments considering patient acuity and staff skill mix/competency; ensures timely posting of Staffing Plan; assigns and/or ensures staff are provided with rest and meal breaks. Monitors and oversees Sitter usage in assigned area. Serves as the first point of contact in the department chain of command during the shift for staff’s clinical needs, investigation of complaints, service recovery and completion of incident reports; ensures management is apprised of concerns and incidents. Coordinates care, collaborating and communicating effectively with the inter-disciplinary team. Maintains and applies knowledge of quality and SafetyFirst-related initiatives and requirements. Serves as mentor to develop and coach orientees and experienced staff; demonstrates skill in conflict management. Contributes to the development and evaluation of staff competency; provides objective feedback to assist with staff performance throughout the review cycle. Assists with monitoring of regulatory and auditing requirements.    
Job ID
2020-131867
Department
Surgery
Shift
Night
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI Franciscan St Joseph Medical Center
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
WA-TACOMA
Patients typically stay less than 24-48 hours in this unit so our nurses are adept at working with fast paced changes and coordinating care.  Despite the rapid patient turnover, nurses in this unit demonstrate their caring by quickly establishing a rapport with the patient and involving them in their own care.  The staff experience the professional satisfaction that comes with making a difference every day for their patients.  The patient population includes those experiencing chest pain, stroke, congestive heart failure exacerbation, uncontrolled hypertension, dehydration, and post-procedural recovery for cardiac catheterization and short stay surgery.   Job Summary:   Serves as a leader and clinical resource to staff under the direction of nursing leadership.  Collaborates with the primary RN or team leader to ensure the planning and delivery of quality patient care in partnership with physician, interdisciplinary team and patient/family. Acts as a role model, demonstrating technical/clinical competence consistent with the needs of staff and the patient population served.  Assists staff with problem solving and decision making.       Essential Duties:   Oversees clinical operations to include:  coordination of assignments, delegation of tasks, provision of clinical care, patient placement, unit and patient flow. Aligns staffing with productivity-based Staffing Matrix to include requesting resources based on patient need and flexing staff based on census and workload fluctuations. Prepares assignments considering patient acuity and staff skill mix/competency; ensures timely posting of Staffing Plan; assigns and/or ensures staff are provided with rest and meal breaks. Monitors and oversees Sitter usage in assigned area. Serves as the first point of contact in the department chain of command during the shift for staff’s clinical needs, investigation of complaints, service recovery and completion of incident reports; ensures management is apprised of concerns and incidents. Coordinates care, collaborating and communicating effectively with the inter-disciplinary team. Maintains and applies knowledge of quality and SafetyFirst-related initiatives and requirements. Serves as mentor to develop and coach orientees and experienced staff; demonstrates skill in conflict management. Contributes to the development and evaluation of staff competency; provides objective feedback to assist with staff performance throughout the review cycle. Assists with monitoring of regulatory and auditing requirements.
Job ID
2021-151049
Department
Medical /Surgical Observation
Shift
Night
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI Franciscan St. Anthony
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
WA-GIG HARBOR
Job Summary:   Serves as a leader and clinical resource to staff under the direction of nursing leadership. Collaborates with the primary RN or team leader to ensure the planning and delivery of quality patient care in partnership with physician, interdisciplinary team and patient/family. Acts as a role model, demonstrating technical/clinical competence consistent with the needs of staff and the patient population served. Assists staff with problem solving and decision making.   Essential Duties: - Oversees clinical operations to include: coordination of assignments, delegation of tasks, provision of clinical care, patient placement, unit and patient flow. - Aligns staffing with productivity-based Staffing Matrix to include requesting resources based on patient need and flexing staff based on census and workload fluctuations. - Prepares assignments considering patient acuity and staff skill mix/competency; ensures timely posting of Staffing Plan; assigns and/or ensures staff are provided with rest and meal breaks. - Monitors and oversees Sitter usage in assigned area. - Serves as the first point of contact in the department chain of command during the shift for staff’s clinical needs, investigation of complaints, service recovery and completion of incident reports; ensures management is apprised of concerns and incidents. - Coordinates care, collaborating and communicating effectively with the inter-disciplinary team. - Maintains and applies knowledge of quality and SafetyFirst-related initiatives and requirements. - Serves as mentor to develop and coach orientees and experienced staff; demonstrates skill in conflict management. - Contributes to the development and evaluation of staff competency; provides objective feedback to assist with staff performance throughout the review cycle. - Assists with monitoring of regulatory and auditing requirements.
Job ID
2021-152197
Department
Medical / Surgical 3rd Floor
Shift
Day
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI Franciscan St Joseph Medical Center
Employment Type
Part Time
Location
WA-TACOMA
About Us: As the flagship hospital of CHI Franciscan Health, St. Joseph Medical Center continues to be the regional leader in the use of advanced medical technologies and therapies.  The 361-bed regional medical center is a level II trauma center with a robust cardiac surgery program that has recently received Three Star Awards for our thoracic and cardiac programs.  Our main OR suite includes 10 operating rooms (two are cardiac) and an additional 9 operating rooms at the adjacent Walters Day Surgery Center.  We also have two operating rooms at an ambulatory surgery center in nearby Gig Harbor.  Combined, we perform over 16,500 cases per year, including trauma, cardiothoracic, vascular, general, neurosurgery, orthopedics, urology, spine, ENT, gynecology.  We provide 24/7 staffing in the main OR.  Our Surgical Services Leadership team includes a Director, 3 Perioperative Clinical Managers, 2 Perianesthesia Clinical managers, a Sterile Processing Manager and an RN Educator.  Combined, these leaders have over 100 years of nursing and leadership experience and they truly enjoy mentoring and developing staff members.  Orientation for new OR RNs includes a formal six-month long OR residency.  We offer two residencies per year.   What We Have To Offer: - Join a high-volume program that will allow rapid knowledge gains including minimal access mitral surgery, aortic arch and hybrid procedures, and TAVR. - Over 600 open heart/TAVR procedures performed annually. - Join a stable team with three experienced cardiac surgeons, dedicated Cardiac Anesthesia, and a patient-centered team approach that puts the patient first and respects the contributions of all team members. - Join a team that enjoys the support and stability of one of the largest healthcare organizations in the country, Common Spirit Health, which helps provide resources and economies of scale during these uncertain times. - Faith-based culture with commitment to our Core Values of Reverence, Integrity, Compassion and Excellence where we value positive team players - Shared governance model with a very engaged Unit Based Council - Collaborative scheduling - 8, 10 and 12-hour shift options - Limited call - Financial support for CNOR certification - Tuition assistance for advanced degrees - Opportunities for career growth within the growing and highly successful CHI Franciscan Health system - Competitive wages, incentives and a generous employee benefits program - On-site fitness center available 24/7   Serves as a leader and clinical resource to staff under the direction of nursing leadership.  Collaborates with the primary RN or team leader to ensure the planning and delivery of quality patient care in partnership with physician, interdisciplinary team and patient/family. Acts as a role model, demonstrating technical/clinical competence consistent with the needs of staff and the patient population served.  Assists staff with problem solving and decision making.       Essential Duties: - Oversees clinical operations to include:  coordination of assignments, delegation of tasks, provision of clinical care, patient placement, unit and patient flow. - Aligns staffing with productivity-based Staffing Matrix to include requesting resources based on patient need and flexing staff based on census and workload fluctuations. - Prepares assignments considering patient acuity and staff skill mix/competency; ensures timely posting of Staffing Plan; assigns and/or ensures staff are provided with rest and meal breaks. - Monitors and oversees Sitter usage in assigned area. - Serves as the first point of contact in the department chain of command during the shift for staff’s clinical needs, investigation of complaints, service recovery and completion of incident reports; ensures management is apprised of concerns and incidents. - Coordinates care, collaborating and communicating effectively with the inter-disciplinary team. - Maintains and applies knowledge of quality and SafetyFirst-related initiatives and requirements. - Serves as mentor to develop and coach orientees and experienced staff; demonstrates skill in conflict management. - Contributes to the development and evaluation of staff competency; provides objective feedback to assist with staff performance throughout the review cycle. - Assists with monitoring of regulatory and auditing requirements.
Job ID
2020-143829
Department
Surgery
Shift
Evening
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI Franciscan St Joseph Medical Center
Employment Type
Part Time
Location
WA-TACOMA
Franciscan Medical Group is currently seeking a full time Clinic Manager, RN for our Franciscan Urgent Care - Puyallup and University Place. These sites are open 7 days a week with extended hours to serve the non emergent patient care needs of the community. This is an energetic care team with opportunities for growth!   Job Summary: This job is responsible for planning, managing and evaluating the daily operations of the assigned CHI Franciscan Medical Group clinic(s) in close collaboration with the Medical Director/Operations Director and in accordance with business objectives, internal policies/procedures and applicable regulatory requirements.  Work involves proactively monitoring a variety of clinical/operational elements and maintaining constant awareness of changing conditions in order to quickly identify and reassess ongoing needs and to ensure that clinic activities are adjusted appropriately to meet expectations/demand in a timely, efficient and effective manner.  An incumbent anticipates/plans for future changes, and works collaboratively with physicians/staff and other stakeholders to assure optimal clinic productivity/patient flow, customer service and effective allocation of resources.  Work is performed within scope of licensure and is strongly focused on creating strong, positive and sustained inter-departmental teamwork to meet the needs of patients/providers and drive decision-making and other actions.  Work includes: 1) identifying/implementing timely performance/process improvement opportunities; 2) monitoring/reporting clinic metrics/results; 3) collaborating with HR employment team in support of recruitment/retention strategies to maintain optimal clinic staffing; 4) overseeing the resolution of complaints/service issues to facilitate positive customer experience; 5) developing/administering clinic budget; 6) coordinating clinic patient care, security, risk management, disaster readiness and facilities upkeep/maintenance activities; and 4) managing/evaluating the work of clinic staff. Work requires a solid understanding of both the business and clinical side of clinic administration as well as policies/standards/procedures, quality/growth objectives and knowledge of clinic patient care services and work flow.  Also requires the ability to listen effectively, exercise significant tact and diplomacy in eliciting factual data from sometimes upset/irate individuals and take proper action to assure that issues/complaints are responded to and documented in a timely and professional manner consistent with the service excellence and recovery strategies of the organization.     Essential Job Duties: Operational Accountability - Manages and evaluates the daily operations/resources of the assigned clinic (including patient accounts, insurance referrals, nursing staff and clinicians) to assure the safe/appropriate delivery of patient care and that all activities are conducted in a timely and cost-effective manner and in accordance with budget constraints, internal policies/standards/procedures and/or applicable regulatory requirements; coordinates purchase/stocking of clinic supplies, materials and equipment; implements and enforces quality control/quality assurance and productivity standards. - Coordinates nursing operations and front and back office operational activities to assure sustained compliance with applicable regulations and that clinic standards of quality patient care/confidentiality are maintained; evaluates patient care needs within scope of licensure and provides timely solutions to patient care issues and complaints. - Identifies and provides guidance in resolving operational/clinical issues (within scope of licensure) and escalates per established procedures to assure timely follow-up and resolution; ensures that applicable standards, systems and procedures are understood and followed; monitors and audits related documentation to ensure conformance with established standards relating to timeliness and accuracy; prepares periodic productivity reports and program updates for review of higher-level authority; serves as liaison between clinic and external agencies. - Oversees the review of patient/family/physician issues/concerns in support of an environment of proactive service recovery; provides general consultation/guidance to facilitate optimal outcomes for individual complaints; coordinates and/or prepares written responses to complaining parties to communicate/implement approved resolutions; assures proper response to patient-related feedback within established service level agreements and that the resolution is appropriately managed and clearly documented. - Monitors clinic adherence to applicable environment of care standards and related guidelines; coordinates activities associated with the maintenance and upkeep of clinic facilities, including working with external vendors, property management, contractors, and internal CHI-FH maintenance staff as necessary; reports/documents issues and coordinates appropriate resolution; coordinates with internal departments to ensure clinic disaster readiness and physical security. - Participates in the planning, development and implementation of new/revised CHI Franciscan Medical Group policies, standards and processes/workflow (e.g. medical support systems, marketing, infection control, billing, etc.), as well as clinic-specific initiatives/procedures focused on increasing/maintaining patient volumes and satisfaction; informs staff and leadership members of any changes to policies and procedures. - Establishes/maintains effective relationships with regional management and clinic Medical Director in order to provide timely status updates on clinic operations and to facilitate speedy resolution of emerging operational issues; partners in a dyad relationship with clinic Medical Director to guide and direct provider meetings. Staff Management, Engagement and Development - Plans, manages and evaluates the work of assigned staff in accordance with established procedures; interviews job candidates and makes employment and other personnel decisions within scope of position; recommends adequate staffing levels for appropriate coverage to meet budgetary and operational objectives. - Assures that staff are qualified and properly trained/developed to perform assigned job duties; holds regular staff meetings and keeps employees appraised of all matters relevant to successful job performance; communicates performance standards and actively manages employee performance by setting individual goals and completing performance appraisals; - Trains, guides, counsels, develops and recognizes staff in order to facilitate achievement of performance expectations and standards; utilizes best practice performance management techniques (e.g. rounding, meetings, feedback interviews, etc.); addresses performance management concerns and technical issues elevated by subordinates as beyond their scope of authority. Resource Management/Budget Administration - Prepares, recommends and administers clinic budget, including goals/objectives that take into consideration input from clinic staff; oversees clinic resources and related activities in a manner that is fiscally responsible and in accordance with CHI FMG policies and standards. - Exercises effective cost control by monitoring and adjusting expenses as need to stay within budget; approves expenditures within defined scope of responsibilities; identifies negative variances and develops action plan(s) to document, address and effectively resolve in a timely manner; keeps high level management Director appraised of all issues with potential budgetary impact. Performance/Quality Improvement - Monitors and assesses current operations to identify opportunities for new quality/performance/process improvement initiatives; facilitates and/or oversees meetings to discuss methods for improving customer service and efficient/safe operations; makes recommendations to higher level management per established procedures. - Ensures that new procedures resulting from performance improvement activities are implemented in a timely and effective manner; assures that staff receive appropriate on-site training/consultation to enhance their understanding of quality/performance improvement initiatives and approved changes. - Manages (and/or leads) assigned clinic-specific projects that may have a broader impact (e.g. entire region and/or system); performs special clinic and/or network-wide projects as assigned to promote public and community relations. Regulatory Compliance - Ensures compliance with internal/external legal and regulatory standards/requirements and that effective control procedures are in place and fully functioning to preclude future improprieties from occurring; coordinates timely and compliance training for providers/staff; monitors the effectiveness of current practices in meeting expectations and producing desired results. - Keeps abreast of changing regulatory requirements/regulation, professional standards and competitive industry practices impacting assigned clinic(s), as well as organizational initiatives/changes with potential to impact current processes and work flow; determines nature/scope of impact on existing activities and recommends effective response/solution while maintaining acceptable service levels and work quality. Performs related duties as required.
Job ID
2021-157331
Department
Urgent Care Center
Shift
Day
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI Franciscan Medical Group
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
WA-Puyallup
Pay Scale: $40.56 - $58.81   Shift: Full Time, Days   Job Summary:   Under the direction of the Critical Care Director, the Clinical Coordinator performs duties by applying professional nursing theory and principles, and utilizes the nursing process to assess, plan, implement and evaluate care given to patients. Works collaboratively with staff and physicians in providing patient care and ensuring department efficiency. The Clinical Coordinator plans, directs and coordinates unit activities and is responsible for staff management.   Essential Duties:   Staff Management - Oversees daily work of assigned staff (PCU and Telemetry). Completes daily face to face rounding providing an opportunity for staff to discuss concerns or issues. Acts as a resource person for procedures and treatments. - Monitors time and attendance/payroll through the Kronos system. - Completes selection, hiring, promotion, counseling and termination of assigned personnel. - Completes new employee department orientation, competencies and evaluations for assigned staff. Patient Satisfaction - Collaborates with the Unit Director and Patient Experience Team to develop, implement and evaluate a comprehensive customer service plan with key performance goals/benchmarks for all staff and the department. - Facilitates customer service improvement efforts to continually improve trends though ongoing system/process analysis by training, coaching and supporting the use of rounding, service recovery, recognition and other key strategies. - Utilizes creative and innovative thinking to keep the service culture alive on a daily basis throughout the unit and department. - Gathers and analyzes data relative to performance and processes, looking for opportunities to improve the delivery of these services. Understands the importance of gathering and using “voice of the customer” data. - Plans and coordinates with the Patient Experience Team to deliver appropriate education/training to build improvement skills of all relevant staff. General Duties - Keeps Director updated on unit productivity, staff performance and other department measures. - Plans, directs and coordinates unit activities. Works with team members toward common goals and provides a positive work environment. - Works cooperatively with the Nursing Coordinator to assign patient beds and coordinate resources.  Assists with coordination, prioritization, and communication related to scheduling and patient flow to ensure maximum efficiency, safety and appropriate utilization of the department resources. - Ensures department is in compliance with policies/procedures and regulatory standards (AORN, CMS, OSHA, Joint Commission). - Evaluates unit for safety issues and completes weekly safety checks. - Works closely with the Unit Director on unit specific performance improvement projects. Unit Specific Duties - Maintain/Update/Implement CDM. - Audit/Reconcile Daily Charges.
Job ID
2021-158003
Department
Progressive Care Unit
Shift
Day
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI Mercy Health of Roseburg
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
OR-ROSEBURG
The Outpatient Infusion Center Nurse Coordinator is responsible for assisting with organizing, planning, leading, and directing clinical and management activities in the outpatient infusion centers.  The coordinator contributes to organizational operations.  Accountable for daily supervision of patient/nursing care delivery. The coordinator participates as a member of the health care team in maintaining continuity and quality of patient care.  This position reports to the Oncology Clinical Services Director. - Identify and participate in the establishment of nursing and ancillary staff development programs to support the necessary skills needed to provide outstanding care to the patient population. - Participate in the establishment and annual assurance of competencies for all patient care staff in the department. - Manages clinical and non-clinical activities in the infusion center. - Coordinates all outpatient infusion center activities for the smooth throughput of patients and operations of the department. - Participates in recruitment and retention of staff. - Work collaboratively with all departments to achieve and maintain high patient satisfaction scores. - Meet the compliance standards of various regulatory bodies with affect the provision of services, to include the Joint Commission, life safety, state, federal and other regulatory bodies. - Departmental management to ensure operations within budgetary requirements. - Other duties as assigned by management.
Job ID
2020-146027
Department
Infusion Center
Shift
Day
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI Memorial Chattanooga
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
TN-CHATTANOOGA
PRINCIPAL ACCOUNTABILITIES: - Develops, implements, and evaluates department objectives that address objectives and clinical practice and are consistent with the Mission and Vision and strategic priorities of CHI Health. Annually reviews and revises the department scope of care based on changes in patient populations and identified needs. Participates in achieving nursing division goals and supports shared governance structure. - Participates in intra- and inter-disciplinary process and performance quality improvement activities. Effectively utilizes statistical tools and methods to communicate and measure results.  Has ongoing direct contact with consumers to determine specific needs. - Defines and evaluates care requirements of professional and assistive personnel consistent with care delivery system and patient populations. Recommends changes in skill mix and staffing levels utilizing acuity and productivity information. - Implements and monitors clinical standards of nursing practice. Takes actions as appropriate to facilitate the provision of safe and therapeutically effective nursing care. - Establishes a work environment that facilitates staff accountability and responsibility. Works to optimize staff potential and retains qualified, competent, and satisfied employees.  Maintains an acceptable turnover rate by reducing manageable staff losses and actively participating in the recruitment of qualified staff. - Provides ongoing direction and guidance for department personnel, including employment/discharge, performance assessment, competency assessment and validation, orientation and training, counseling and appraisal, and role development. - Is accountable and responsible for scheduling and maintaining appropriate staffing levels using approved labor hour standards that flex with changing volumes and acuities and that are consistent with the patient population and skill mix of employees. - Ensures optimal utilization of department resources through participation in planning and budgeting processes, in development and implementation of systems and practices that achieve defined objectives, in internal and external benchmarking activities, and in monitoring, analysis and resolution of budget and productivity variances. - Develops and manages capital and operational budgets in support of strategic plans and goals. Determines and prioritizes facility and equipment needs.  Participates in the selection of sources for needed services not provided by the organization. - Develops and/or utilizes effective communication systems and methods that promote sharing, partnerships, integration, and collaboration within department and internal/external customers of CHI Health. - Establishes and maintains cooperative and collaborative relationships with the CHI Health Medical Staff. - Maintains collegial and cooperative relationships with other Operations Directors, Operations Leaders and Service Line Vice Presidents, working as a team to search out and implement efficiencies, economies, and best practices. - Demonstrates responsibility for maintaining and updating knowledge/skills in the fields of nursing and health care management. Participates in appropriate professional organizations and develops a professional network. - Assures appropriate level of understanding, awareness and compliance with all applicable JCAHO, federal, state and agency laws, regulations, guidelines and professional standards. - Assumes responsibility for such duties and projects as may be assigned by the Operations Leader/Service Line Vice President or other executive team members. - Participates in all safety, security and infection control programs that are mandatory as well as those required and provided by the department. - Demonstrates work practices consistent with CHI Health and department-specific safety, security and infection control policies. - Acknowledges the value of multicultural traditions and demonstrates this when caring for clients. - Appropriately delegates nursing procedures which do not require the skill/knowledge or judgement of a licensed professional and which may be safely delegated in accordance with nursing policies and procedures. Supervises the provision of care by non-licensed personnel as necessary. #ER #Director #Nurse #RN
Job ID
2021-157280
Department
Emergency Services
Shift
Day
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI Health Good Samaritan
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
NE-KEARNEY
Reports to the Vice President Patient Care Services/Chief Nursing Executive. Responsible for planning, organizing, implementing, and directing resources in assigned nursing area. Manages nursing departments, ensures quality patient care and patient experience; promotes growth and development of personnel and department; supports the CommonSpirit Health mission, vision, and values. All criteria-based duties and standards will be performed according to the policies, procedures, and guidelines of the Medical Center. Essential Key Job Responsibilities - Acts as a role model through support of the Medical Center’s mission, vision, and values. - Develops, maintains, and evaluates policies and procedures to facilitate the delivery of nursing care. - Attains professional growth and development in leadership. - Fosters a diverse, multi-cultural, professional work environment. - Assures quality of care by interpreting and developing Medical Center and nursing division’s standards of care; enforcing adherence to state board of nursing and state nurse practice act requirements and other governing agency regulations; measuring health outcomes against standards; and implementing required adjustments. - Participates in safety, security, and infection control programs. - Maintains staffing by recruiting, interviewing, selecting, and onboarding nurses and ancillary staff. - Conducts bi-annual performance evaluations and corrective action, as indicated. - Maintains oversight of the budget process for their respective nursing departments. - Assists with the development, implementation, and evaluation of the Medical Center’s goals through support of Strategic Planning. - Coordinates new programs and ensures strategies are implemented to enhance patient care delivery. - Collaborates with nursing staff, interdisciplinary teams, executive officers, and other key stakeholders to implement quality improvement strategies and strategic planning initiatives. - Promotes and supports the Dyad Leadership structure through active participation and collaboration in the model, as assigned.
Job ID
2020-118690
Department
Labor And Delivery Services
Shift
Day
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI St. Alexius Bismarck
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
ND-Bismarck
Job Summary: This job is responsible for direct and indirect patient care and day-to-day operations of the Emergency Department at a specific hospital campus in accordance with professional standards, strategic business objectives and applicable regulatory requirements.  An incumbent manages department activities through subordinate management staff.  Work also includes:  1) staff management and development, including conducting staff interviews, selection, coaching and counseling to ensure standards of performance are achieved; 2) working closely with the Medical Director to coordinate patient care; 3) administering approved budget, ensuring that an adequate inventory of supplies is maintained, and that quality assurance/accreditation standards are followed; 4) reviewing and responding to daily patient care and physician issues and patient satisfaction reports; 5) serving on regional committees and internal management teams to represent the work site and address broad-based issues impacting the entire organization and 6) providing input to the President on development, implementation, monitoring and other operational issues.    Job duties require considerable knowledge of the specialized principles and practices related to health care management in order to evaluate and make viable recommendations in support of clinical effectiveness and organizational performance improvement.  Also requires clinical knowledge relative to the assigned functions and considerable management expertise relating to strategic business planning, process improvement, budget administration and personnel management.  Performance improvement efforts cover a variety of processes, and an incumbent must be sufficiently knowledgeable to recognize important synergies and opportunities in clinical outcomes, cost containment, patient safety/satisfaction, risk reduction and regulatory compliance. Essential Duties: Clinical/Service Outcomes: - Plans, directs and evaluates, through subordinate managers, the programs, systems, operations and resources of the assigned clinical area(s) to assure clinical outcome goals are met through implementation of clinical pathways to drive quality improvement initiatives and improve patient outcomes; ensures caregiver/provider linkage to an established set of specific guidelines that direct patient care; analyzes results and institutes appropriate refinements/modifications to pathways to facilitate sustained improvement in performance and patient satisfaction. Long Term Planning/Future Focus/Quality Improvement: - Long Term Planning/Future Focus/Quality Improvement: Develops, implements, monitors and evaluates systems/initiatives/programs to facilitate performance/quality improvements in keeping with strategic objectives and regulatory requirements; conducts ongoing assessment of the strengths and weaknesses of the assigned clinical area(s) to better understand/identify future needs and challenges; evaluates existing systems/program/priorities and future potential to make recommendations for growth, expansion, new services and solvency of existing services. Resource Management/Budget Administration: - Determines resources needed to accomplish the performance objectives of the clinical area(s) and oversees activities and resources in a manner that is fiscally responsible and in accordance with CHI Franciscan Health (CHI-FH) policies and standards; prepares, or directs the preparation of, the annual operating/capital budget; identifies, aligns and optimizes resources to positively impact organizational strategies towards achievement of goals; exercises effective cost control by monitoring and adjusting expenses as needed to stay within budget; ensures that administrative infrastructure is in place to maximize revenue capture; approves expenditures within defined scope of responsibility; identifies negative variances and develops action plans to document, address and effectively resolve in a timely manner; oversees the preparation of complete and accurate financial, budget, activity and productivity information, including variance reports, financial projections and other statistical reports; keeps Hospital President apprised of all issues with potential for budgetary impact. Staff Management and Development: - Plans, directs and evaluates the work of clinical management staff in accordance with the content, spirit and intent of applicable internal/external regulations and standards for human resource management; ensures adequate staffing levels for appropriate coverage to meet budgetary and operational objectives; ensures that employees are qualified and properly trained to perform assigned job duties; holds regular staff meetings and keeps employees appraised of all matters relevant to successful job performance; makes employment decisions, establishes performance standards and evaluates employee performance; educates, guides, counsels and develops staff and addresses performance management concerns and technical issues elevated by subordinates as beyond their scope of authority. Regulatory Compliance: - Keeps abreast of changing regulatory requirements/regulation, clinical/professional standards, changing customer demographics and competitive industry practices impacting assigned functions, as well as organizational initiatives/changes with potential to impact current strategies, programs and resources; determines nature/scope of impact on existing activities and determines effective response/solution while maintaining acceptable service levels and work quality.
Job ID
2021-152403
Department
Emergency Services
Shift
Day
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI Franciscan St. Michael Medical Center
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
WA-SILVERDALE
Job Summary This job is responsible for planning, managing and evaluating the provision of inpatient clinical services for the assigned CHI Franciscan Health (CHI-FH) hospital campus in accordance with the professional standards of the clinical disciplines, applicable regulatory requirements and business/patient care objectives of the organization. An incumbent provides direction in assessing, developing and implementing initiatives/activities which improve financial performance/productivity, maximize effective utilization of resources, enhance the service satisfaction of all identified customer groups and generate a competitive advantage for the assigned hospital campus.
Job ID
2021-149392
Department
Family Birth Center
Shift
Day
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI Franciscan St Francis
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
WA-FEDERAL WAY
The Director is responsible for planning, organizing, operations, directing and managing resources for multiple departments to maintain 24 hour accountability. These responsibilities include: budget responsibility; efficient/effective resource utilization; recruitment and effective/efficient management while maintaining positive working relationships with staff, system departments while achieving quality outcomes; performance improvement; monitoring of quality and quantity of services; maintaining budgets, strategic planning and service line development and oversight of operations. The Director will display positive support for the values and mission of CHI St. Luke’s Health organization.
Job ID
2021-154642
Department
Administration
Shift
Day
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI Memorial
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
TX-LIVINGSTON
As a Director of Nursing at CHI St Vincent, you will have proven skills beyond the respected nursing practice. You are a confident leader with the ability to drive optimizations with a diplomatic approach. You also enjoy serving as a mentor to others with a hands-on approach to learning and engagement. You are an advocate for our patients and genuinely care about the development of the healthcare teams caring for them. In this role, you will have administrative oversight for all of the inpatient and critical care departments at our CHI St Vincent Hot Springs location.    This oversight includes operational leadership in the following areas:  - Fiscal budgeting and tracking (Optimization of resources) - Process Improvement - Strategic Initiatives  - Timely Reporting - Hiring & Staffing   
Job ID
2021-156092
Department
Nursing Administration
Shift
Day
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI St Vincent Hot Springs
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
AR-HOT SPRINGS
Expectations: As the Director of OB, you will have proven skills beyond the respected nursing practice. You are a confident leader with the ability to drive optimizations with a diplomatic approach. You also enjoy serving as a mentor to others with a hands-on approach to learning and engagement. You are an advocate for our smallest patients and genuinely care about the development of the healthcare teams caring for them.     Leadership: Obstetrics (OB) and Neonatal Intensive Care (NICU) Nursing - Serve as a connection point between healthcare professionals, patients and resources - Establish, implement, and track departmental goals with relevant and realistic benchmarks - Monitor quality care provided by RNs and other healthcare team members - Allow positive outcomes and data to drive clinical strategy - Serve as mentor to clinical staff by providing coaching to promote career growth and enhanced nursing skills - Establish a positive environment for patients and caregiver Operations - Responsible Fiscal Budgeting and Tracking - Process Improvement - Strategic Initiatives - Timely Reporting - Hiring and Staffing :::: Career Event Alert :::: We are hosting a virtual nursing career event on March 11th, if you are interested in joining us, please RSVP here.
Job ID
2020-119176
Department
Obstetrics/Gynecology
Shift
Day
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI Saint Joseph London
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
KY-LONDON
- Under the direction of the Vice President Patient Care, the incumbent will ensure provision of high quality patient care to a specified patient population that meets the standards of local, state, and national regulatory bodies and professional organizations. - Develops leadership within the hospital which supports and maintains excellence in the standards of research based nursing practice. - Develops, integrates, and implements goals of the hospital and nursing into their service line(s). - Leads quality programs and works to develop action places for continuous improvement. - Develops, reviews, and maintains fiscal budget within established targets. Monitors overtime, labor costs, medical supply expenses, and works with purchasing partner to obtain strong supply contract pricing. - Assures staffing patterns are flexed and according to unit activity and patient acuity. - Develop and manage the annual capital budget, establishing equipment priorities based on patient unit needs, physician recruitment activities, and revenue potential. - Develops a climate within which professional nursing can thrive and grow. - Develops a program of nursing that ensures recruitment of the highest caliber of nurses and the most effective retention of nurses within the service. - Collaborates with other members of the management team, physicians, and other departments to facilitate the delivery of patient care.
Job ID
2021-154705
Department
Nursing Administration
Shift
Day
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI Baylor St. Luke's Medical Center
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
TX-HOUSTON
Job Summary: This job is responsible for direct and indirect patient care and day-to-day operations of the Perioperative Services function at a specific hospital campus in accordance with professional standards, strategic business objectives and applicable regulatory requirements. An incumbent manages department activities through subordinate management staff, and has 24-hour administrative authority and accountability for the department. Work also includes: 1) ensuring the highest level of surgical care to improve patient outcomes; 2) working closely with the Medical Director and other hospital department managers to integrate/coordinate/evaluate all phases of patient care; 3) administering approved work unit budget, ensuring that an adequate inventory of supplies is maintained, and that quality assurance/accreditation standards are followed; 4) reviewing and responding to daily patient care/physician issues and patient satisfaction reports; 5) serving on regional committees and internal management teams to represent the work site and address broad-based issues impacting the entire organization and 6) providing input to the hospital President on development, implementation, monitoring and other operational issues. Job duties require considerable knowledge of the specialized principles and practices related to health care management in order to evaluate and make viable recommendations in support of clinical effectiveness and organizational performance improvement. Also requires clinical knowledge relative to the assigned functions and management expertise relating to business planning, process improvement, budget administration and personnel management. Performance improvement efforts cover a variety of processes, and an incumbent must be sufficiently knowledgeable to recognize important synergies and opportunities in clinical outcomes, cost containment, patient safety/satisfaction, risk reduction and regulatory compliance.
Job ID
2020-147311
Department
Surgery
Shift
Day
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI Franciscan St Francis
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
WA-FEDERAL WAY

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