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Franciscan Medical Group is currently seeking a full time Clinic RN for our Franciscan Urgent Care in West Seattle, WA. This site is open 7 days a week with extended hours. 12 hour shifts with weekends required.    Job Summary: This job is responsible for providing professional nursing services which focus on the provision of quality patient care in a clinic setting consistent with CHI Franciscan Health (CHI-FH) standards/values, applicable regulatory requirements and Franciscan Medical Group (FMG) Scope of Practice policy.  An incumbent is engaged in direct care of clinic patients, including assessing, coordinating, triaging, evaluating and delegating work to members of the patient care team, and for providing education and consultation with patients, families, physicians and other staff members in implementing appropriate nursing interventions for optimal patient care.    Work is performed under standards of safety and care that provide instruction/guidance for taking care of issues and patient needs in the absence of a physician/provider.  Work requires the application of judgment and critical thinking skills in making decisions regarding patient care (within the scope of practice), including knowledge and integration of available standards, resources and data, and in the efficient utilization of staff/resources.  Work involves continuous contact with physicians/providers, patients, patient families, community agencies, patient care staff and management.  An incumbent is accountable for the quality of care provided to patients, and has the authority to direct care, provide education, and delegate appropriate tasks. If assigned to the centralized FMG Float Pool, an incumbent provides patient care services to the assigned clinic/work unit as needed to meeting staffing needs.    Essential Duties: - Screens, communicates and responds to patient needs appropriately; managing patient flow to ensure enough time for patient care and family education. Delegates tasks to other caregivers as license permits. - Greet and prepare patients for practitioner. Provide patient mobility assistance, as necessary. Obtain and record vital signs and other appropriate information, such as height, weight, drug allergies, current medications and presenting problem. Anticipates the needs of the patient and the practitioner during the exam. - Administer ordered medications via oral, subcutaneous, intramuscular, intradermal, or sublingual routes. Start IV’s, maintain and administer IV fluids/meds as ordered by provider. - Under supervision of the practitioner, inform patients of lab results, call in prescriptions to pharmacies and return practitioners’ phone messages. Ensure that the patient or family understands follow-up and referral information. Provide general health education within own level of expertise and as directed by practitioner and nurse supervisor; - Prepare, clean and sterilize instruments and maintain equipment; keep patient exam rooms clean and orderly; dispose of contaminated items according to Franciscan Medical Group Exposure Control Plan; anticipate Practitioner's needs for medications, supplies and equipment and plan accordingly. - Assist with diagnostic tests and procedures to appropriate level of training and established procedures. Ensure patient privacy and comfort during the exam; instruct patients in the collection of samples and other tests. - Actively participate in continuing education and meetings; participates in committees as requested; and participants in professional development activities and maintains professional affiliations. - Triages and responds to patient telephone call using approved protocols; ensuring documentation of the phone call meets standards. - Exhibits and adheres to CHI Franciscan Health’s Core Values of Reverence, Integrity, Compassion and Excellence.
Job ID
2020-131922
Department
Urgent Care Center
Facility
CHI Franciscan Medical Group
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
WA-SEATTLE
Franciscan Medical Group is currently seeking a full time Clinic RN for our Franciscan Urgent Care in West Seattle, WA! This position is in a busy team based environment within an Urgent Care clinic.  This position is 12hr and 8hr shift to total 40 hour work week. Everyother weekend required and some holiday shifts may be needed.    Job Summary: This job is responsible for providing professional nursing services which focus on the provision of quality patient care in a clinic setting consistent with CHI Franciscan Health (CHI-FH) standards/values, applicable regulatory requirements and Franciscan Medical Group (FMG) Scope of Practice policy.  An incumbent is engaged in direct care of clinic patients, including assessing, coordinating, triaging, evaluating and delegating work to members of the patient care team, and for providing education and consultation with patients, families, physicians and other staff members in implementing appropriate nursing interventions for optimal patient care.    Work is performed under standards of safety and care that provide instruction/guidance for taking care of issues and patient needs in the absence of a physician/provider.  Work requires the application of judgment and critical thinking skills in making decisions regarding patient care (within the scope of practice), including knowledge and integration of available standards, resources and data, and in the efficient utilization of staff/resources.  Work involves continuous contact with physicians/providers, patients, patient families, community agencies, patient care staff and management.  An incumbent is accountable for the quality of care provided to patients, and has the authority to direct care, provide education, and delegate appropriate tasks. If assigned to the centralized FMG Float Pool, an incumbent provides patient care services to the assigned clinic/work unit as needed to meeting staffing needs.    Essential Duties: - Screens, communicates and responds to patient needs appropriately; managing patient flow to ensure enough time for patient care and family education. Delegates tasks to other caregivers as license permits. - Greet and prepare patients for practitioner. Provide patient mobility assistance, as necessary. Obtain and record vital signs and other appropriate information, such as height, weight, drug allergies, current medications and presenting problem. Anticipates the needs of the patient and the practitioner during the exam. - Administer ordered medications via oral, subcutaneous, intramuscular, intradermal, or sublingual routes. Start IV’s, maintain and administer IV fluids/meds as ordered by provider. - Under supervision of the practitioner, inform patients of lab results, call in prescriptions to pharmacies and return practitioners’ phone messages. Ensure that the patient or family understands follow-up and referral information. Provide general health education within own level of expertise and as directed by practitioner and nurse supervisor; - Prepare, clean and sterilize instruments and maintain equipment; keep patient exam rooms clean and orderly; dispose of contaminated items according to Franciscan Medical Group Exposure Control Plan; anticipate Practitioner's needs for medications, supplies and equipment and plan accordingly. - Assist with diagnostic tests and procedures to appropriate level of training and established procedures. Ensure patient privacy and comfort during the exam; instruct patients in the collection of samples and other tests. - Actively participate in continuing education and meetings; participates in committees as requested; and participants in professional development activities and maintains professional affiliations. - Triages and responds to patient telephone call using approved protocols; ensuring documentation of the phone call meets standards. - Exhibits and adheres to CHI Franciscan Health’s Core Values of Reverence, Integrity, Compassion and Excellence.
Job ID
2020-120483
Department
Urgent Care Center
Facility
CHI Franciscan Medical Group
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
WA-SEATTLE
Franciscan Medical Group is currently seeking a full time RN for our fast-paced Franciscan Medical Clinic in Tacoma. Free parking and a strong team environment. No weekends or major holidays required.   Job Summary: This job is responsible for providing professional nursing services which focus on the provision of quality patient care in a clinic setting consistent with CHI Franciscan Health (CHI-FH) standards/values, applicable regulatory requirements and Franciscan Medical Group (FMG) Scope of Practice policy. An incumbent is engaged in direct care of clinic patients, including assessing, coordinating, triaging, evaluating and delegating work to members of the patient care team, and for providing education and consultation with patients, families, physicians and other staff members in implementing appropriate nursing interventions for optimal patient care. Work is performed under standards of safety and care that provide instruction/guidance for taking care of issues and patient needs in the absence of a physician/provider. Work requires the application of judgment and critical thinking skills in making decisions regarding patient care (within the scope of practice), including knowledge and integration of available standards, resources and data, and in the efficient utilization of staff/resources. Work involves continuous contact with physicians/providers, patients, patient families, community agencies, patient care staff and management. An incumbent is accountable for the quality of care provided to patients, and has the authority to direct care, provide education, and delegate appropriate tasks. If assigned to the centralized FMG Float Pool, an incumbent provides patient care services to the assigned clinic/work unit as needed to meeting staffing needs.   Essential Duties: - Screens, communicates and responds to patient needs appropriately; managing patient flow to ensure enough time for patient care and family education. Delegates tasks to other caregivers as license permits. - Greet and prepare patients for practitioner. Provide patient mobility assistance, as necessary. Obtain and record vital signs and other appropriate information, such as height, weight, drug allergies, current medications and presenting problem. Anticipates the needs of the patient and the practitioner during the exam. - Administer ordered medications via oral, subcutaneous, intramuscular, intradermal, or sublingual routes. Start IV’s, maintain and administer IV fluids/meds as ordered by provider. - Under supervision of the practitioner, inform patients of lab results, call in prescriptions to pharmacies and return practitioners’ phone messages. Ensure that the patient or family understands follow-up and referral information. Provide general health education within own level of expertise and as directed by practitioner and nurse supervisor; - Prepare, clean and sterilize instruments and maintain equipment; keep patient exam rooms clean and orderly; dispose of contaminated items according to Franciscan Medical Group Exposure Control Plan; anticipate Practitioner's needs for medications, supplies and equipment and plan accordingly. - Assist with diagnostic tests and procedures to appropriate level of training and established procedures. Ensure patient privacy and comfort during the exam; instruct patients in the collection of samples and other tests. - Actively participate in continuing education and meetings; participates in committees as requested; and participants in professional development activities and maintains professional affiliations. - Triages and responds to patient telephone call using approved protocols; ensuring documentation of the phone call meets standards. - Exhibits and adheres to CHI Franciscan Health’s Core Values of Reverence, Integrity, Compassion and Excellence.
Job ID
2020-133832
Department
Urology
Facility
CHI Franciscan Medical Group
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Per Diem
Location
WA-TACOMA
Franciscan Medical Group is currently seeking a full time Clinic RN for our Franciscan Women's Specialty at St. Joseph in Tacoma, WA. This position boosts a positive team culture and learning environment with growth opportunities and an option for 4 10-hour shifts after introductory period. No nights, weekends or organizationally recognized holidays required.    Job Summary: This job is responsible for providing professional nursing services which focus on the provision of quality patient care in a clinic setting consistent with CHI Franciscan Health (CHI-FH) standards/values, applicable regulatory requirements and Franciscan Medical Group (FMG) Scope of Practice policy.  An incumbent is engaged in direct care of clinic patients, including assessing, coordinating, triaging, evaluating and delegating work to members of the patient care team, and for providing education and consultation with patients, families, physicians and other staff members in implementing appropriate nursing interventions for optimal patient care.    Work is performed under standards of safety and care that provide instruction/guidance for taking care of issues and patient needs in the absence of a physician/provider.  Work requires the application of judgment and critical thinking skills in making decisions regarding patient care (within the scope of practice), including knowledge and integration of available standards, resources and data, and in the efficient utilization of staff/resources.  Work involves continuous contact with physicians/providers, patients, patient families, community agencies, patient care staff and management.  An incumbent is accountable for the quality of care provided to patients, and has the authority to direct care, provide education, and delegate appropriate tasks. If assigned to the centralized FMG Float Pool, an incumbent provides patient care services to the assigned clinic/work unit as needed to meeting staffing needs.    Essential Duties: - Screens, communicates and responds to patient needs appropriately; managing patient flow to ensure enough time for patient care and family education. Delegates tasks to other caregivers as license permits. - Greet and prepare patients for practitioner. Provide patient mobility assistance, as necessary. Obtain and record vital signs and other appropriate information, such as height, weight, drug allergies, current medications and presenting problem. Anticipates the needs of the patient and the practitioner during the exam. - Administer ordered medications via oral, subcutaneous, intramuscular, intradermal, or sublingual routes. Start IV’s, maintain and administer IV fluids/meds as ordered by provider. - Under supervision of the practitioner, inform patients of lab results, call in prescriptions to pharmacies and return practitioners’ phone messages. Ensure that the patient or family understands follow-up and referral information. Provide general health education within own level of expertise and as directed by practitioner and nurse supervisor; - Prepare, clean and sterilize instruments and maintain equipment; keep patient exam rooms clean and orderly; dispose of contaminated items according to Franciscan Medical Group Exposure Control Plan; anticipate Practitioner's needs for medications, supplies and equipment and plan accordingly. - Assist with diagnostic tests and procedures to appropriate level of training and established procedures. Ensure patient privacy and comfort during the exam; instruct patients in the collection of samples and other tests. - Actively participate in continuing education and meetings; participates in committees as requested; and participants in professional development activities and maintains professional affiliations. - Triages and responds to patient telephone call using approved protocols; ensuring documentation of the phone call meets standards. - Exhibits and adheres to CHI Franciscan Health’s Core Values of Reverence, Integrity, Compassion and Excellence.
Job ID
2020-127468
Department
Women's Health Services Clinic
Facility
CHI Franciscan Medical Group
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
WA-TACOMA
Franciscan Medical Group is currently seeking a full time Clinic RN Float for our Regional Float Pool. Experienced RNs may apply for an excellent opportunity to learn clinical details across both primary and specialty CHI Franciscan Medical Group Clinics. You receive additional compensation for your flexibility to travel around the Puget Sound area as you expand your knowledge in ambulatory patient care. This is YOUR opportunity to be part of a high performing team with skills that transfer to all ambulatory clinics.    NOTE: Float Pool Supervisor is willing to discuss Region that will work best for you! King, Pierce and Peninsula Regions!   Job Summary: This job is responsible for providing professional nursing services which focus on the provision of quality patient care in a clinic setting consistent with CHI Franciscan Health (CHI-FH) standards/values, applicable regulatory requirements and Franciscan Medical Group (FMG) Scope of Practice policy.  An incumbent is engaged in direct care of clinic patients, including assessing, coordinating, triaging, evaluating and delegating work to members of the patient care team, and for providing education and consultation with patients, families, physicians and other staff members in implementing appropriate nursing interventions for optimal patient care.    Work is performed under standards of safety and care that provide instruction/guidance for taking care of issues and patient needs in the absence of a physician/provider.  Work requires the application of judgment and critical thinking skills in making decisions regarding patient care (within the scope of practice), including knowledge and integration of available standards, resources and data, and in the efficient utilization of staff/resources.  Work involves continuous contact with physicians/providers, patients, patient families, community agencies, patient care staff and management.  An incumbent is accountable for the quality of care provided to patients, and has the authority to direct care, provide education, and delegate appropriate tasks. If assigned to the centralized FMG Float Pool, an incumbent provides patient care services to the assigned clinic/work unit as needed to meeting staffing needs.    Essential Duties: - Screens, communicates and responds to patient needs appropriately; managing patient flow to ensure enough time for patient care and family education. Delegates tasks to other caregivers as license permits. - Greet and prepare patients for practitioner. Provide patient mobility assistance, as necessary. Obtain and record vital signs and other appropriate information, such as height, weight, drug allergies, current medications and presenting problem. Anticipates the needs of the patient and the practitioner during the exam. - Administer ordered medications via oral, subcutaneous, intramuscular, intradermal, or sublingual routes. Start IV’s, maintain and administer IV fluids/meds as ordered by provider. - Under supervision of the practitioner, inform patients of lab results, call in prescriptions to pharmacies and return practitioners’ phone messages. Ensure that the patient or family understands follow-up and referral information. Provide general health education within own level of expertise and as directed by practitioner and nurse supervisor; - Prepare, clean and sterilize instruments and maintain equipment; keep patient exam rooms clean and orderly; dispose of contaminated items according to Franciscan Medical Group Exposure Control Plan; anticipate Practitioner's needs for medications, supplies and equipment and plan accordingly. - Assist with diagnostic tests and procedures to appropriate level of training and established procedures. Ensure patient privacy and comfort during the exam; instruct patients in the collection of samples and other tests. - Actively participate in continuing education and meetings; participates in committees as requested; and participants in professional development activities and maintains professional affiliations. - Triages and responds to patient telephone call using approved protocols; ensuring documentation of the phone call meets standards. - Exhibits and adheres to CHI Franciscan Health’s Core Values of Reverence, Integrity, Compassion and Excellence.
Job ID
2020-135957
Department
Nursing Float Personnel
Facility
CHI Franciscan Medical Group
Shift
Varied
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
WA-FEDERAL WAY
Franciscan Medical Group is currently seeking a per diem RN-Clinic Float for our Regional Float Pool. Experienced RNs may apply for an excellent opportunity to learn clinical details across both primary and specialty CHI Franciscan Medical Group clinics. You receive additional compensation for your flexibility to travel around the Puget Sound area as you expand your knowledge in ambulatory patient care. This is YOUR opportunity to be part of a high performing team with skills that transfer to all ambulatory clinics.   NOTE: Float Pool Supervisor is willing to discuss Region that will work best for you! King, Pierce and Peninsula Regions!   Job Summary: This job is responsible for providing professional nursing services which focus on the provision of quality patient care in a clinic setting consistent with CHI Franciscan Health (CHI-FH) standards/values, applicable regulatory requirements and Franciscan Medical Group (FMG) Scope of Practice policy.  An incumbent is engaged in direct care of clinic patients, including assessing, coordinating, triaging, evaluating and delegating work to members of the patient care team, and for providing education and consultation with patients, families, physicians and other staff members in implementing appropriate nursing interventions for optimal patient care.    Work is performed under standards of safety and care that provide instruction/guidance for taking care of issues and patient needs in the absence of a physician/provider.  Work requires the application of judgment and critical thinking skills in making decisions regarding patient care (within the scope of practice), including knowledge and integration of available standards, resources and data, and in the efficient utilization of staff/resources.  Work involves continuous contact with physicians/providers, patients, patient families, community agencies, patient care staff and management.  An incumbent is accountable for the quality of care provided to patients, and has the authority to direct care, provide education, and delegate appropriate tasks. If assigned to the centralized FMG Float Pool, an incumbent provides patient care services to the assigned clinic/work unit as needed to meeting staffing needs.    Essential Duties: - Screens, communicates and responds to patient needs appropriately; managing patient flow to ensure enough time for patient care and family education. Delegates tasks to other caregivers as license permits. - Greet and prepare patients for practitioner. Provide patient mobility assistance, as necessary. Obtain and record vital signs and other appropriate information, such as height, weight, drug allergies, current medications and presenting problem. Anticipates the needs of the patient and the practitioner during the exam. - Administer ordered medications via oral, subcutaneous, intramuscular, intradermal, or sublingual routes. Start IV’s, maintain and administer IV fluids/meds as ordered by provider. - Under supervision of the practitioner, inform patients of lab results, call in prescriptions to pharmacies and return practitioners’ phone messages. Ensure that the patient or family understands follow-up and referral information. Provide general health education within own level of expertise and as directed by practitioner and nurse supervisor; - Prepare, clean and sterilize instruments and maintain equipment; keep patient exam rooms clean and orderly; dispose of contaminated items according to Franciscan Medical Group Exposure Control Plan; anticipate Practitioner's needs for medications, supplies and equipment and plan accordingly. - Assist with diagnostic tests and procedures to appropriate level of training and established procedures. Ensure patient privacy and comfort during the exam; instruct patients in the collection of samples and other tests. - Actively participate in continuing education and meetings; participates in committees as requested; and participants in professional development activities and maintains professional affiliations. - Triages and responds to patient telephone call using approved protocols; ensuring documentation of the phone call meets standards. - Exhibits and adheres to CHI Franciscan Health’s Core Values of Reverence, Integrity, Compassion and Excellence.
Job ID
2020-126379
Department
Nursing Float Personnel
Facility
CHI Franciscan Medical Group
Optional Work Location
US-WA-GIG HARBOR
Optional Work Location
US-WA-BREMERTON
Optional Work Location
US-WA-GIG HARBOR
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Per Diem
Location
WA-TACOMA
POSITION SUMMARY         The Supervisor Clinic assists the Practice Manager with general supervision, direction, and support of the daily operations of the clinic in accordance with established policies, procedures and standards.  In the absence of the Manager, the supervisor has oversight of clinic operations.       POSITION RESPONSIBILITIES         1. Coordinates clinic activities and schedules personnel to ensure efficiency and quality service is delivered within all sections of the clinic.2. Provides workflow and support to the clinical staff, assists the manager with identifying operational issues, and provides guidance for resolution. 3. Works with individual clinic management and medical staff, to evaluate, monitor and enforce clinic specific protocols, procedures and objectives; maintains compliance with federal/state regulations and standards.4. Ensures charging/ reimbursement changes are integrated into every level of clinic operations by coordinating with the clinic team.5. Serves as the point of contact for patient and external customer complaints.  Investigates and reconciles complaints relating to practice operations.6. Monitors the payroll system to help control employee time management.7. May also be responsible for directly evaluating and disciplining staff members.8. Assists the Practice Manager to facilitate training of new hires, reoccurring training, and other training initiatives.9. Participates with the clinic management in pre-employment interviews and makes recommendations regarding hiring. May also be responsible for hiring positions in area of responsibility.10. Monitors utilization of staff and supplies in assigned areas, and recommends appropriate adjustments to stay within budget guidelines while constantly improving the quality of health care.11. Monitors compliance with policies, implements plans and recommends revisions as needed.12. Monitors and maintains licensure certification requirements for assigned staff.13. Supervises day-to-day clinic operations in the absence of the practice manager.14. Performs other duties as assigned.
Job ID
2020-133694
Department
Clinic Administration
Facility
CHI St. Luke's Sugar Land Hospital
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
TX-SUGAR LAND
GENERAL SUMMARY: Assists Clinic Manager in the planning, organization and directing of the daily operations of the clinic. Up to 49% of the role may be functioning in the capacity of staff.  Responsible for day-to-day clinic operation in the absence of the Manager.   ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: - Assists with directing, motivating, and evaluating the activities of specific clinic personnel.  May also be responsible for assisting with setting staff priorities and directly evaluating and disciplining staff members. - Works with individual clinic management and medical staff to evaluate, monitor and enforce clinic specific protocols, procedures and objectives. - Ensures charging/ reimbursement changes are integrated into every level of clinic operations by coordinating with the clinic team. - Promotes an environment of Patient Centered Care, building a team that promotes a positive patient experience with each encounter. - Demonstrates functional knowledge of essential functions for the job classes that are directly supervised. - Assists in the development of the clinic budget. Monitors utilization of staff and supplies and makes appropriate adjustments to meet the budget. - Monitors clinic specific compliance with MCI Policies implementing plans as needed. - Promotes team concept among all staff in clinic.  Utilizes effective verbal and nonverbal communication to ensure problems, possible solutions and final solutions are understood and accepted by all affected staff members and patients. - Trains and monitors staff to ensure that protocols in specific areas comply with federal/state regulatory agencies as applicable. - Participates with clinic manager in pre-employment interviews and makes recommendations regarding hiring. May also be responsible for hiring all positions in area of responsibility, which necessitates knowledge of interviewing techniques and a good working relationship with Human Resources. - Ensures mandatory education/licensure certification requirements for assigned staff are met, including mentoring and training of staff on changes in the health care environment. - Schedules and supervises specific clinical personnel.  - Participates in Performance Improvement activities as appropriate.
Job ID
2020-129314
Department
Pediatric Clinic
Facility
MercyOne Des Moines Medical Center
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
IA-CLIVE
Franciscan Medical Group is currently seeking a full time Clinic Supervisor for our Franciscan Vascular Associates in Bremerton, WA. This position is an opportunity to lead the cardio thoracic and vascular surgery teams. Both with highly specialized and dynamic teams. This position is Monday through Friday with no organizationally recognized holidays required.   Job Summary: This job is responsible for supervising and evaluating the daily activities of the assigned patient access and/or clinical staff in accordance with established business objectives and applicable regulatory requirements.  Incumbents oversee activities to make sure they are conducted in a cost-effective and efficient manner, meet customer needs and are compliant with internal policies/standards/procedures and applicable regulatory requirements. Work includes: 1) supervising assigned staff (e.g. hiring, training, scheduling and/or evaluating) engaged in maintaining/supporting patient access services and/or clinical officer services, including appointment scheduling, registration, check-in/check-out, collections, referrals, surgery scheduling, patient and care team activities, and other activities in accordance with established operating standards, 2) serving as critical conduit/liaison with various internal departments in coordinating and troubleshooting various business and/or patient care related issues; 3) attending site-based meetings/activities and providing  operational performance data for integration, 4) problem-solving, troubleshooting and appropriate escalation of issues to higher-level management, and 5) identifying opportunities to streamline current operations and implementing approved procedural changes.  Work is performed in accordance with established standards/guidelines and requires knowledge of applicable regulatory requirements sufficient to ensure compliant operations and to exercise judgment and critical thinking in addressing operational and/or regulatory issues.  Also requires expertise in supervising and evaluating the work of support staff.  An incumbent works with higher level management on major operational or business decisions prior to implementation.  This job exists in multiple locations, and while there may be minor differences in job content, they are not significant for classification purposes.  Overall, the nature of the work and job requirements is consistent between locations. An incumbent is located either behind-the-scenes, interacting with patients on the phone or at the front desk, interacting with patients directly.    Essential Duties: - Supervises the daily operations of assigned support functions (including patient experience, care team operations, appointment scheduling, registration, check-in/check-out, collections, referrals, surgery scheduling, and other administrative duties) to ensure that all activities are conducted in a timely and cost-effective manner and in accordance with professional standards, budget constraints, internal policies/standards/procedures and/or applicable legal/regulatory requirements. - Participates in work groups/committees charged with improving patient access processes, procedures and outcomes. - Prepares reports and provides other data related to operational performance. - Serves as liaison with various internal departments/staff/providers in coordinating and troubleshooting various business-related issues. - Staff supervision and development. Performs related duties as required.
Job ID
2020-135545
Department
Vascular Surgery
Facility
CHI Franciscan Medical Group
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
WA-BREMERTON
 Job Summary: The Patient Logistics Clinical Coordinator, also known as the Patient Logistics Supervisor, supervises the transfer center and patient placement activities for Dignity Health. The position functions as the supervisor during their assigned shift to support the department and staff to carry out the patient logistics program responsibilities. The Patient Logistics RN Clinical Coordinator collaborates with customers and staff to ensure efficient and effective communication with others, including but not limited to: hospital administration, nursing leadership or their designee, medical staff, physicians and transportation vendors to ensure patients are assigned rooms in an expedient manner utilizing all critical resources within the organization to expedite this process. Primary responsibility for completing quality assurance reviews of work performed and communicating with department manager and director the outcomes of the review and any identified issues or barriers.     Mission:   Dignity Health Resources are dedicated to: delivering compassionate, high-quality, affordable health services; serving and advocating for our sisters and brothers who are poor and disenfranchised; and collaborating with others in the community to improve   the quality of life.       Accountabilities: - Compiles data for the purpose of quality assurance and compliance with organizational and department policies, work aids, and algorithms - Holds other Patient Logistics staff accountable to the established standards - Accurate and timely distribution of daily reporting - Participate in Patient Logistics growth and improvement - Support program director and manager in preparation of reports, program material, research, data collecting and analysis for various meetings and or programs - Manage Transfer Center calls in accordance with the established work aids and algorithms and support staff in learning and upholding these work processes - Provide supervisory support to Patient Logistics RN, PLC and other staff as needed - Ability to function and lead independently with self-initiative and discipline - Other duties as assigned to meet the program and corporate needs   Proficient in Patient Logistics RN role: Performs when necessary: - Collect objective/subjective data for effective and appropriate transfers of patients - Determine facility designation based on diagnoses, planned procedure and level of care requirements - Maintain constant communication with both internal and external sources of information concerning patient transfers - Utilize nursing knowledge and assessment to prioritize patient transfers based on urgency of patient’s condition, utilization of available beds. - Communicate effectively with hospital staff to allow for patient flow. Responds efficiently during emergency situation for appropriate transfer of all patients - Evaluate effectiveness of patient transfer in collaboration with Dignity Health facility - Make judgments, decisions and modify patient transfer priorities based on evaluation - Perform legible, timely, concise and accurate documentation according to policies and procedures - Proficient and competent with computerized documentation - Accept responsibility and accountability for own decisions and behaviors - Recognize , accept and cooperate with direction from facility leadership - Participate in orientation of new staff - Serve as resource to staff from other hospitals and vendors - Continue education by attending non-mandatory education offerings specific to area of practice - Maintain awareness of issues related to nursing profession - Provide measurable written goals appropriate to level of experience during annual appraisal process - Demonstrate effort to achieve pre-set goals throughout the year - Maintain a safe working environment by utilizing appropriate resources, protocols, procedures, and communication to appropriate personnel - Apply safety precautions and principles to patient care, including all National Patient Safety Goals - Communicate clearly and effectively using proper communication etiquette - Use medical terminology accurately - Include reporting abnormalities or change in patient condition to appropriate personnel in a timely manner - Participate in service line growth and Dignity Health quality initiatives - Include patient satisfaction and core measures ~LI-DH
Job ID
2020-132209
Department
Case Management
Facility
Mercy Healthcare Sacramento
Shift
Night
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
CA-RANCHO CORDOVA
Job Summary: This role is responsible for designing/developing/testing/maintaining a wide variety of complex custom and internally-developed quality-related multi-user applications, databases, interfaces, reports, forms and associated business intelligence/training tools that automate end-user workflow/processes.  An incumbent is also responsible for the analysis of patient outcomes and other core measures/quality indicators in order to facilitate the identification and execution of quality performance improvement opportunities/initiatives.  Key areas of responsibility include trend reporting, forecasting, in-depth analysis of clinical/operational metrics and design/definition of meaningful metrics for new/existing initiatives/services/products.  An incumbent directly supports assigned clinical service lines by providing support in developing outcome measures, methodology and data analysis, and in interpreting results achieved.  An incumbent provides authoritative advice and guidance on the application of health informatics standards/practices to reinforce the importance of consistency, completeness and accuracy as key characteristics of high data quality and to meet escalating demands for clinical data intelligence imposed by various quality initiatives and regulatory requirements.  Work requires knowledge of hierarchical/relational database design/development (including, but not limited to, SQL Server-SSIS/SSMS, T-SQL) and application development (including, but not limited to, Access/VBA/ODBC), as well as Epic reporting and business intelligence tools, and expertise with respect to data architecture, technical documentation and end-user training/support.   Essential Duties: - Plans, designs, develops, tests, implements and maintains desktop applications and/or multi-user databases that facilitate the timely, efficient and accurate collection, analysis and management of key clinical data in support of process improvement activities, internal/external reporting requirements and emerging healthcare-related initiatives; ensures that all activities are fully documented in accordance with professional standards. - Prepares recurring and special aggregated data reports and related business intelligence/decision support tools for internal customers and external entities by obtaining/manipulating electronic and abstracted data from automated systems and utilizing complex report-writing applications. - Presents, interprets and explains complex and multi-dimensional report content to various audiences including senior leadership/management, performance improvement teams, physicians/providers and other stakeholders.  - Proactively identifies opportunities for, and participates in, ongoing performance/process improvement activities relating to data management. - Keeps abreast of evolving/changing quality measures/benchmarks, regulations, terminology/definitions, incentive/reimbursement criteria and related requirements/documentation applicable to ongoing clinical data management and reporting. - Performs related duties as required.
Job ID
2020-131930
Department
Quality Management
Facility
CommonSpirit Health National Offices
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
WA-Tacoma
Job Summary:   The Clinical Data Analyst II position for our Clinical Effectiveness group is responsible for designing/developing/testing/maintaining a wide variety of complex custom and internally-developed quality-related multi-user applications, databases, interfaces, reports, forms and associated business intelligence/training tools that automate end-user workflow/processes. This role is also responsible for the analysis of patient outcomes and other core measures/quality indicators in order to facilitate the identification and execution of quality performance improvement opportunities/initiatives. The duties include determining, from an array of options, how best to build solid applications/programs/reports that meet professional standards and all systems and user requirements.  In performing the work, an understanding of a wide variety of business systems/applications, data types and range of formats is required, as well as the business purpose behind data management needs.    This position also provides insight and guidance on the application of health informatics standards/practices to reinforce the importance of consistency, completeness and accuracy as key characteristics of high data quality and to meet escalating demands for clinical data intelligence imposed by various quality initiatives and regulatory requirements. The duties require knowledge of hierarchical/relational database design/development (including, but not limited to, SQL Server-SSIS/SSMS, T-SQL) and application development (including, but not limited to, Access/VBA/ODBC), as well as Epic reporting and business intelligence tools, and expertise with respect to data architecture, technical documentation and end-user training/support. Essential Duties: - Plans, designs, develops, tests, implements and maintains desktop applications and/or multi-user databases that facilitate the timely, efficient and accurate collection, analysis and management of key clinical data in support of process improvement activities, internal/external reporting requirements and emerging healthcare-related initiatives; ensures that all activities are fully documented in accordance with professional standards. - Prepares recurring and special aggregated data reports and related business intelligence/decision support tools for internal customers and external entities by obtaining/manipulating electronic and abstracted data from automated systems and utilizing complex report-writing applications. - Presents, interprets and explains complex and multi-dimensional report content to various audiences including senior leadership/management, performance improvement teams, physicians/providers and other stakeholders.  - Proactively identifies opportunities for, and participates in, ongoing performance/process improvement activities relating to data management. - Keeps abreast of evolving/changing quality measures/benchmarks, regulations, terminology/definitions, incentive/reimbursement criteria and related requirements/documentation applicable to ongoing clinical data management and reporting.
Job ID
2020-126704
Department
Quality Management
Facility
CHI Franciscan St. Joseph Medical Center
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
WA-TACOMA
This position oversees the operations of the Clinical Engineering Department for the purpose of providing a quality, cost effective program that meets or exceeds the quality and financial expectations of the customer and theNational Clinical Engineering Program. This position is responsible for providing the customer with an aggressive clinical engineering program that lowers their annual maintenance cost, increases equipment life cycles, and above all, provides the highest level of customer service. This position provides assistance with technology assessments, capital purchasing, and equipment safety.   ESSENTIAL KEY JOB RESPONSIBILITIES 1.Oversees operations of Clinical Engineering Department by: conducting quarterly department head visits and meetings; ensuring that client reports are delivered in a timely manner; providing a working environment that meets all OSHA guidelines; and completing and maintaining all performance indicators at or above program targets. 2.Ensures financial performance of department by: conducting regular department head visits and meetings to review performance of Clinical Engineering program; maintaining PM/CM completion at or above expectations; being actively involved in capital asset planning, purchasing, etc., and other committees as assigned; conducting customer satisfaction surveys as required. 3.Ensures COMMONSPIRIT HEALTH financial performance by: attaining all expense budgets and cost containment targets; ensuring that expenditure authority and level are adhered to; and forwarding, in a timely manner, all appropriate PO’s, invoices and financial details to the appropriatesources. 4.Manages and oversees technical personnel recruitment, training and development. This includes holding all necessary staff meetings; training technical staff; providing written measurable objectives; coordinating vacation, sick days etc.; and performing midyear and annual performance evaluations. 5.Ensures smooth communications and reporting to and from each account as applicable. This includes conducting all necessary meetings with facility administration, and forwarding all positive and negative customer/vendor communications to designated supervisor for review. 6.Provides professional team and personal growth that meets the needs of the customer and employees. 7.Networks with peers to gain innovative ideas and sourcing of information. 8.Grows the program by gaining the confidence of clinical department heads and maintaining positive relationships.
Job ID
2020-133740
Department
Clinical Engineering
Facility
CHI National Offices
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
NE-LINCOLN
The Clinical Informaticist is responsible for providing leadership, clinical understanding, and support to the planning, coordination, implementation and sustainment of clinical health information technology (HIT).  Works collaboratively with, but not limited to,  clinicians, physicians, national informatics,  Medical Informaticist Lead and IT to ensure that the needs of the patient care areas are met and project timelines, milestones, and deliverables are on target with the overall clinical IT strategy.  Provides input regarding the IT system and the impact on existing clinical standards, processes and forms in such a way as to gain support and buy-in from staff to successfully implement and sustain clinical HIT.  Position requires an understanding of clinical processes and HIT needs of the clinical disciplines.   Will provide guidance of ongoing strategy based on new models of care and optimization of systems, system integration, workflow analysis, analytics, research, outcomes and metric tracking and quality reporting.    Demonstrates organizational and communication skills in dealing with patients, families, physicians, & other health care workers.   Key Responsibilites - Serves as a liaison between Information Technology IT, the physician community, the clinical community for the design, build, testing, training, implementation, and ongoing optimization of clinically led IT strategies - Coordinates clinical activities for the clinically led IT strategies, including but not limited to OneCare, applying knowledge and understanding of clinical process, documentation,  nomenclatures/languages. - Provides ongoing support for HIT optimization, including, but not limited to, assisting with deployment of additional system features; coordinating and/or participating in the systems analysis, planning, developing and testing activities as required. - Participates in regional team activities, including knowledge sharing among peers. Supports other markets as determined by clinical leadership. - Participates in National/Regional Informatics workgroups as assigned. - Meaningful Use / MIPS (CMS program(s)) – produce needed reports or data; including data validation where applicable - Provides reports to Provider supervisors for Quality Incentive programs - Provides subject matter expertise and other support to all users of the HIT systems. Through the regional change request process, escalates change requests. - Actively advocates for ongoing system optimization. - Collaborates with IT to ensure effective communication of upgrades and system downtime for each market. - Primary point of contact for physicians and other providers related to HIT clinical issues. - Understands current patient safety goals, and other regulatory requirements, including, but not limited to, meaningful use, ICD 10, evidence based practice, SafetyFirst, and ensures that these factors are considered and integrated into HIT design, implementation, and optimization at a market level. - Maintains current knowledge of clinical informatics through regular review of the literature, participation in professional organizations, etc; identifies trends, best practices and regulatory requirements impacting matters within assigned scope of responsibility; researches nature/scope of impact on existing activities and takes appropriate action. - Where applicable, will collaborate with the physician liaison role. - Establishes and maintains organizational clinical standard content within the electronic medical record systems.  This may include, but may not be limited to, incorporation of EBP standards within EHR platforms for practice, order entry standards for both clinician and provider use, and clinical documentation for clinicians and providers.  - Liaison for North Dakota Health Information Network - Provide support for any hospital or clinic surveys -including but not limited to – at the elbow support for state surveyor staff - Provide support and/or intermediator with coding and providers - User Acceptance Testing point person for EMR’s - Provide guidance and support during planned or unplanned downtime with EMR’s  
Job ID
2020-130206
Department
Clinical Informatics
Facility
CHI National Offices
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
CO-ENGLEWOOD
Position Summary:   This position is responsible for performing the complete scope of tests in the laboratory section to which assigned, under the direction of the laboratory supervisor, the Laboratory Manager and the Director of the Laboratory (Pathologist). Incumbents in this position shall comply with all applicable laws and rules including the Dignity Health Standards of Conduct and Dignity Health policies and procedures that apply to his/her job responsibilities, seek guidance when in doubt, promptly report any potential or suspected violation of Dignity Health Standards of Conduct, Dignity Health policy or procedure or applicable laws/regulations and when requested, assist Dignity Health personnel in investigating all allegations of violation. When called upon, the incumbent shall assist in risk evaluation and work collaboratively with facility/entity leaders to implement, monitor and mitigate risk corrective plans outlined by the Compliance program.   Minimum: - Bachelor's degree in Science required. - Current California license as a Clinical Laboratory technologist limitation to practice within the applicable section of the laboratory. Specific modality scientist licenses acceptable. Preferred:   - Two years microbiology experience preferred. - Registration with the American Society of Clinical Pathologists desirable.    #bayareacls
Job ID
2020-94515
Department
Clinical Laboratory Services
Facility
Sequoia Hospital
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Part Time
Location
CA-REDWOOD CITY
Job Summary   This job reports to the Director of Perioperative, Cath Lab/IR and Diagnostic Imaging Services and has 24/7 responsiblity for organizing, planning, managing and evaluating clinical and management activities for the surgical services and sterile processing departments and in accordance with CHI-Franciscan Health (CHI-FH) policies/standards/procedures and applicable regulatory/accreditation requirements. An incumbent actively participates in the use of lean management techniques and overall operations of the Perioperative Service Line to support the continuity and quality of patient care and foster inter-departmental communication/collaboration. Providing bedside care is not a routine expectation of this position.
Job ID
2020-135635
Department
Surgery
Facility
CHI Franciscan St. Anne Hospital
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
WA-BURIEN
CHI St Luke’s at the Woodlands is looking to add another passionate Clinical Pharmacist to join our amazing and already established team of Pharmacists! Our hospital system is a well-recognized system with some of the top programs in the nation! We are looking for our Pharmacists to provide exemplary patient care to meet our patient’s needs. If you are passionate about being an integral part of the patient care experience, you belong with us!   What you’ll do: - Ensures the safe and effective use of medications by providing medication order verification while assessing for optimal drug product selection, dosage regimen design, effective administration and drug therapy monitoring services in the health system. - Monitors inpatient and outpatient drug therapies when appropriate and Works with medical staff to find alternatives when needed. - Evaluates patient care plans, medication therapy and resolves medication related problems and issues, including categorization of patient specific therapies to optimize pharmaceutical care.
Job ID
2020-133887
Department
Pharmacy
Facility
CHI St. Luke's Health - The Woodlands Campus
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
TX-THE WOODLANDS
CHI St Luke’s Baylor Medical Center is looking to add another passionate Clinical Pharmacist to support our central pharmacy and sterile products departments to join our amazing and already established team of Pharmacists! Our hospital system is a well-recognized system with some of the top programs in the nation! We are looking for our Pharmacists to provide exemplary patient care to meet our patient’s needs. If you are passionate about being an integral part of the patient care experience, you belong with us!     What you’ll do: - Ensures the safe and effective use of medications by providing medication order verification while assessing for optimal drug product selection, dosage regimen design, effective administration and drug therapy monitoring services in the health system. - Monitors inpatient and outpatient drug therapies when appropriate and Works with medical staff to find alternatives when needed. - Evaluates patient care plans, medication therapy and resolves medication related problems and issues, including categorization of patient specific therapies to optimize pharmaceutical care.    
Job ID
2020-132417
Department
Pharmacy
Facility
CHI Baylor St. Luke's Medical Center
Shift
Evening
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
TX-HOUSTON
CHI St Luke’s Baylor Medical Center is looking to add another passionate Clinical Pharmacist to join our amazing and already established team of Pharmacists! Our hospital system is a well-recognized system with some of the top programs in the nation! We are looking for our Pharmacists to provide exemplary patient care to meet our patient’s needs. If you are passionate about being an integral part of the patient care experience, you belong with us!   What you’ll do: - Ensures the safe and effective use of medications by providing medication order verification while assessing for optimal drug product selection, dosage regimen design, effective administration and drug therapy monitoring services in the health system. - Monitors inpatient and outpatient drug therapies when appropriate and Works with medical staff to find alternatives when needed. - Evaluates patient care plans, medication therapy and resolves medication related problems and issues, including categorization of patient specific therapies to optimize pharmaceutical care.
Job ID
2020-121217
Department
Pharmacy
Facility
CHI Baylor St. Luke's Medical Center
Shift
Varied
Employment Type
Per Diem
Location
TX-HOUSTON
Your time at work should be fulfilling. Rewarding. Inspiring. That’s what you’ll find when you join one of our non-profit CHI facilities across the nation. You’ll find challenging, rewarding work every day alongside people who have as much compassion as you. Join us and together we’ll create healthier, stronger communities. Imagine your career at Catholic Health Initiatives!   Job Responsibilities As a Registered Nurse, you will be responsible for delivering the highest quality patient care according to the specific orders of each patient’s individual physician. This will involve, utilizing your knowledge and skills to educate patients and their families on prevention and healthy habits. Additional responsibilities for this health care role include: - Monitoring patients’ conditions and assessing their needs - Collaborating with physicians and nurses to devise individualized care plans for patients - Administering patients’ medications and providing treatments according to physicians’ orders - Fostering a supportive and compassionate environment to care for patients and their families
Job ID
2020-127755
Department
Nursing Float Personnel
Facility
CHI St. Vincent Health
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
AR-HOT SPRINGS
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