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Pay Scale: $34.29 - $45.59   Shift: Part Time, Days   Job Summary:   Under the direction of the Home Health Therapist Supervisor, the Home Health/Hospice Speech/Language Pathologist is a licensed professional who is legally and ethically responsible for planning, administering and continually evaluating a corrective rehabilitative treatment program for medically referred patients.  The position requires work in critical and special care areas.  The therapist schedules, evaluates, plans and implements treatment programs according to the principles and practices of speech/language pathology.   Essential Functions: - Performs an appropriate evaluation of the patient and determines the most effective treatment plan. - Evaluates the patient by performing and interpreting tests and measures. - Plans and implements treatment program on the basis of test findings and within the parameters of the physician referral with periodic review of the plan of care. - Administers' treatments, including, but not limited to: speech disorders of articulation, fluency and voice, language disorders of loss verbal fluency, word finding difficulty, loss of grammar and syntax, auditory comprehension problems, reading difficulty, written expression and writing problems and change in cognitive skills, swallowing dysfunction e.g. dysphasia due to mechanical, paralytics, pseudobulbar, pseudo and vocal cord dysfunction, and aural disorders e.g. speech reading and auditory discrimination. - Maintains communication with physicians regarding their patient’s evaluation/treatment and progress in accordance with policy statements. - Establishes and teaches home programs that include verbal and/or written instructions as appropriate. - Participates in patient care/discharge conferences as necessary. - Applies appropriate psychological and sociological principles in motivating and instructing the patient and/or family. - Maintains documentation of evaluations and treatment in accordance with the state, federal and JCAHO departmental standards. - Discusses condition and treatment course of patients with the physician, Home Health Lead Therapist Assistant, Director of Rehabilitation Services, and Home Health/Hospice Manager when appropriate. - Schedules patients in an efficient and appropriate manner. - Possess knowledge, skills and/or flexibility to be able to perform adequately in acute medical/surgical/critical care units, outpatient, extended care facilities, and home health. - Obtains and instructs patients with augmentative communication devises as appropriate. - Communicates with interdisciplinary team members individually or at regularly scheduled case conferences, of the ongoing identified needs of the patient and any changes in the treatment plan to assure coordinated implementation of the care plan. - Complies with hospice plan of care and understands hospice philosophy of care.  Maintains contact with Hospice Patient Care Coordinator or primary RN when working with hospice patients. - Interviews patient, family, caregivers, significant others to obtain information about home environment, family relationships, health and psychosocial history.
Job ID
2021-154669
Department
Home Health
Shift
Day
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI Mercy Health of Roseburg
Employment Type
Part Time
Location
OR-ROSEBURG
Pay Scale: $34.29 - $45.59 Shift: Casual Part Time, Varied Days, 8am - 5pm Job Summary:  Under the direction of the Home Health Therapist Supervisor, the Home Health/Hospice Speech/Language Pathologist is a licensed professional who is legally and ethically responsible for planning, administering and continually evaluating a corrective rehabilitative treatment program for medically referred patients.  The position requires work in critical and special care areas.  The therapist schedules, evaluates, plans and implements treatment programs according to the principles and practices of speech/language pathology.  Essential Functions: - Performs an appropriate evaluation of the patient and determines the most effective treatment plan. - Evaluates the patient by performing and interpreting tests and measures. - Plans and implements treatment program on the basis of test findings and within the parameters of the physician referral with periodic review of the plan of care. - Administers' treatments, including, but not limited to: speech disorders of articulation, fluency and voice, language disorders of loss verbal fluency, word finding difficulty, loss of grammar and syntax, auditory comprehension problems, reading difficulty, written expression and writing problems and change in cognitive skills, swallowing dysfunction e.g. dysphasia due to mechanical, paralytics, pseudobulbar, pseudo and vocal cord dysfunction, and aural disorders e.g. speech reading and auditory discrimination. - Maintains communication with physicians regarding their patient’s evaluation/treatment and progress in accordance with policy statements. - Establishes and teaches home programs that include verbal and/or written instructions as appropriate. - Participates in patient care/discharge conferences as necessary. - Applies appropriate psychological and sociological principles in motivating and instructing the patient and/or family. - Maintains documentation of evaluations and treatment in accordance with the state, federal and JCAHO departmental standards. - Discusses condition and treatment course of patients with the physician, Home Health Lead Therapist Assistant, Director of Rehabilitation Services, and Home Health/Hospice Manager when appropriate. - Schedules patients in an efficient and appropriate manner. - Possess knowledge, skills and/or flexibility to be able to perform adequately in acute medical/surgical/critical care units, outpatient, extended care facilities, and home health. - Obtains and instructs patients with augmentative communication devises as appropriate. - Communicates with interdisciplinary team members individually or at regularly scheduled case conferences, of the ongoing identified needs of the patient and any changes in the treatment plan to assure coordinated implementation of the care plan. - Complies with hospice plan of care and understands hospice philosophy of care.  Maintains contact with Hospice Patient Care Coordinator or primary RN when working with hospice patients. - Interviews patient, family, caregivers, significant others to obtain information about home environment, family relationships, health and psychosocial history.  
Job ID
2020-107068
Department
Home Health
Shift
Day
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI Mercy Health of Roseburg
Employment Type
Per Diem
Location
OR-ROSEBURG
Job Summary   This position is responsible for the coordination, supervision and evaluation of the respiratory therapy services at the assigned CHI-Franciscan facility in accordance with established guidelines, professional standards and applicable regulatory requirements. An incumbent may perform patient care activities within scope of licensure as necessary. If assigned to including providing advanced respiratory care involving both therapeutic and diagnostic procedures. Work includes:   1) supervising assigned staff (e.g. hiring, training, scheduling and evaluating) engaged in respiratory care activities in accordance with professional standards and established clinical protocols; 2) identifying opportunities to streamline current operations to better meet quality and customer service standards/objectives; 3) problem-solving, troubleshooting and appropriate escalation of issues to higher-level management; 4) researching new technologies for other functions that provide respiratory care services; and 5) supervising the work of respiratory therapists. An incumbent may perform some patient care activities within scope of licensure on an incidental basis as needed. Work requires knowledge of the concepts, professional standards and methodologies applicable to the respiratory care discipline, and of applicable regulatory requirements sufficient to ensure quality and compliant patient interactions and interventions care; exercise judgment/critical thinking in applying clinical guidelines and standards to determine the appropriate level of care, intensity of service, length of stay and place of service.   Also requires expertise in supervising and evaluating the work of subordinate clinical staff. An incumbent works with higher level management on the implementation of significant changes in clinical standards, protocols and/or work flow. Occasional travel between facilities may be required. If assigned to the NICU, work also includes: 1) attending to high risk deliveries in the Level II and Level III NICU; 2) providing training to facilitate standardization of respiratory therapy-related supplies, equipment and procedures; and 3) participation in the Neonatal Transport Service Team.   Essential Duties OPERATIONS - Supervises daily respiratory care operations of the assigned facility to facilitate the safe and appropriate delivery of diagnostic and/or therapeutic patient care, facilitate achievement of clinical core measurement scores and to ensure that all activities are conducted in a timely and cost-effective manner and in compliance with organizational values, professional standards, internal policies/standards/procedures and/or applicable legal/regulatory requirements. - Oversees the resolution of daily clinical, administrative and operational issues, and monitors/troubleshoots service recovery and other escalated concerns, resolving within defined scope of responsibility; implements and enforces quality control/quality assurance and productivity standards. - Ensures that applicable standards, protocols and procedures are understood and followed by all stakeholders; 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. - In coordination with facility and/or respiratory therapy leadership, develops and/or implements uniform clinical guidelines and policies for respiratory care regionally to facilitate standardization and consistent practice. - Works with facility and/or respiratory therapy leadership to develop, train and establish a team capable of providing all aspects of respiratory care in the transport environment; assists in the development and maintenance of clinical protocols, policies and procedures and clinical guidelines for respiratory care in the transport environment. If assigned to the NICU, maintains supplies and equipment utilized by the transport service. - Provides education and clinical/technical support to respiratory therapy staff and to staff members of other departments with regard to the introduction of new technology, including orientation of new employees.   STAFF SUPERVISION AND DEVELOPMENT: - Schedules, supervises and evaluates the work of assigned clinical staff in accordance with established procedures; assists in identifying adequate staffing levels for appropriate coverage to meet budgetary and operational objectives; provides on-the-job training and ensures that staff are qualified and properly trained to perform assigned job duties; - Prioritizes patient load and assigns staff to address urgent and non-urgent patient care needs as identified by the multidisciplinary clinical team; approves rescheduling and replacement staff for assigned work unit in accordance with established standards; approves timecards. - Interviews job candidates and makes employment and other personnel recommendations in accordance with established guidelines; orients new employees and holds regular staff meetings to keep staff appraised of all matters relevant to successful job performance; approves timecards; - Communicates performance standards, assesses clinical competency and evaluates employee performance; counsels employees, providing constructive feedback and recognizing results achieved; participates in performance management activities. - Resolves technical issues referred by subordinates as beyond their scope of authority. - Performs respiratory patient care to include therapeutic and diagnostic procedures (e.g.Aerosol Therapy, ABGs, ETTs, Bronchus, ECGs, CPT, Vent Care, CPAP/BIPAP therapy, etc.) and related protocols in accordance with all department safety, risk management and procedural standards; monitors patients for adverse reaction and takes timely and appropriate corrective action. - Under the direction of NNP, performs activities relating to ventilator/CPAP/Airway management, surfactant replacement and all other modalities of respiratory care within scope of practice. - Checks and stocks respiratory therapy supplies and equipment. If assigned to the NICU: Attends high-risk deliveries and C-sections and performs patient care under the direction of NICU RN and within scope of practice. Serves as “care partner”, assisting nursing staff with neonatal feedings (nipple and NG), diaper changes, vital signs, glucose monitoring, setting up warmers and isolettes, rocking babies, etc.    
Job ID
2020-143837
Department
Respiratory Therapy
Shift
Day
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI Franciscan St Joseph Medical Center
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
WA-TACOMA
GENERAL SUMMARY: Delivers intraoperative care to the surgical patient, primarily in the scrub role.  Serves the patients from neonate, infant, pediatric, adolescent, adult and geriatric.       ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: - Scrubs surgical cases in own specialty independently and in other areas with minimal direction. - Maintains knowledge of equipment set-up and functioning and seeks appropriate resource when necessary. - Assists in the circulating role under the direct supervision of R.N. - Prepares for surgical cases in an efficient manner, anticipating needs of patient, surgeon, anesthesia and other O.R. team members. - Provides a safe environment for patient and staff by adhering to standards of aseptic technique and department/hospital policy. - Communicates effectively with patient, staff and physicians.   MARGINAL FUNCTIONS: - Participates in orientation of new personnel. - Assists in maintenance of physician preference cards. - Participates in departmental Performance Improvement activities. - Attends department meetings and inservices.
Job ID
2021-164264
Department
Ambulatory Surgery
Shift
Day
Facility / Process Level : Name
MercyOne Des Moines Medical Center
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
IA-DES MOINES
POSITION SUMMARY Performs diagnostic, therapeutic and emergency Functions related to hyperbaric and wound care treatments; Assists with decision making, program planning and implementation of patient care delivery systems which promotes the safety and well-being of all patients.       POSITION RESPONSIBILITIES   1.      Possesses knowledge necessary to maintain standards of technological competence in hyperbaric services   2.      Works with Clinic Coordinator and physicians to implement policies and procedures for operation and function of hyperbaric services   3.      Helps develop safety rules regarding hyperbaric operations within the clinic, in coordination with hospital/health system policies   4.      Assists the Clinic Coordinator in educating clinic personnel on safety and emergency procedures regarding hyperbarics   5.      Under physician direction, safely Operates the hyperbaric chambers   6.      Cleans and Maintains the hyperbaric chambers and treatment room using appropriate techniques   7.      Maintains hyperbaric equipment with logs and inspections, ensuring proper working order for patient safety and appropriate therapy   8.      Assists physicians with patients receiving hyperbaric therapy   9.      Prepares patients for treatment and Implements hyperbaric therapy as prescribed by physicians   10.   Consistently and Accurately completes appropriate documentation and monitoring      
Job ID
2020-140993
Department
Wound Care
Shift
Varied
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI St Joseph Health
Employment Type
Per Diem
Location
TX-BRYAN

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