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Works collaboratively with physicians, staff and other health care professionals within his/her Division to coordinate the care and service of selected patient populations across the continuum within the acute care setting. The role works collaboratively with patient, family, physician 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 Case 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 Case Manager is knowledgeable about various age-related care protocols and functions within their scope of practice. The Case Manager an integral member of the health care team as well as the Divisional Care Management department. Collaborates with the Divisional Care Management team on system-wide quality improvement/performance improvement initiatives.
Job ID
2020-146847
Department
Case Management
Facility
Saint Joseph London
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
KY-LONDON
As a case manager with CHI health, you will coordinate the care and services of patients across the continuum of illness; promote effective utilization; monitor health care resources; and assume a leadership role with the interdisciplinary team to achieve optimal outcomes through the tools of case management. The case manager will perform a wide variety of high-level patient care activities to include admission assessment, screen for appropriateness, and development of a discharge plan. Timely and appropriate discharges will be accomplished by evaluating the patient's post-discharge needs and the provision of services necessary to meet those needs. The case manager must be knowledgeable in community resources and alternate care facilities. Join our Care Management team for a rewarding career!
Job ID
2020-146652
Department
Case Management
Facility
Brazosport Regional Health Sys
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
TX-LAKE JACKSON
As a Case Manager with CHI you will coordinate patient care between patients, caregivers, and the multidisciplinary team; collect and evaluate information to facilitate care by assuring that admissions, continued stays, and ancillary services are medically necessary, cost-effective, and providing the appropriate setting to qualify for reimbursement.  The case manager intervenes when necessary to assure that care is coordinated and timely. Join our Care Management team today! Case Management, BSN, RN, Social Work, Care Management
Job ID
2021-148687
Department
Case Management
Facility
St. Luke's Woodlands Hospital
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
TX-THE WOODLANDS
JOB SUMMARY / PURPOSE The Director of Care Management is responsible for the oversight of Care Management and Social Services, including but not limited to clinical resource management, discharge planning activities, patient advocacy, clinical social work and best practice in medical necessity determination and concurrent review. ESSENTIAL KEY JOB RESPONSIBILITIES 1. The Director is responsible for the overall direction and management of these areas, including planning, organizing and directing all activities, staffing, performance improvement in the delivery of clinical services (such as LOS reduction), and reporting needs within the medical center and CHI Health, as well as government and regulatory reporting. 2. The Director guides Care Management activities according to the needs, requirements, and policies of the medical center, the affiliated medical groups and health plans, CHI Health, any Federal and State agencies, and according to standard practices of the professions under the director's accountability. 3. The Director will consult and collaborate with other managers, physicians, administration, and community based healthcare workers regarding care management issues identified through corporate or facility initiatives and current literature. 4. This position will work closely with all departments at the medical center and the post-acute service providers to streamline the patient transition through the health care system and into the community post discharge. 5. The Director participates regularly in medical center, division, or corporate meetings pertinent to the accountable areas, and also participates in corporate strategic planning and performance improvement teams and programs as necessary. 6. This position requires the full understanding and active participation in fulfilling the Mission of the Organization. It is expected the director will demonstrate behavior consistent with the Core Values of the organization. The director will support the Organization's strategic plan and the goals and direction of the Performance Improvement Plan (PIP). 7. This position considers the population served by the medical center and area clinical integration programs and leads efforts to optimize care coordination across the care continuum. This coordination ensures a plan of care for patients in all stages of health needs. 8. Other duties as assigned. Registered Nurse, RN, LCSW, Social Worker, Case Management, CM, CCM, Care Management, Care Coordinantion, Manager, Director ~DH-LI~ #CCLeaderNE #NurseLeader #RN
Job ID
2020-112487
Department
Care Management
Facility
ALG HLTH-BERGAN MERCY HLTH SYS
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
NE-OMAHA
Job Summary / Purpose The Division Director, Care Coordination is responsible for providing leadership in the development, implementation, and oversight of a care coordination model which will support a patient-centered care delivery model across the assigned division. This position is responsible for the development and implementation of standards, systems, policies, and procedures in alignment with organizational strategic initiatives and that is focused on quality and financial outcomes. Specifically, this position leads division wide efforts to optimize care coordination across the care continuum. This coordination ensures a plan of care for patients in all stages of health needs. The plan of care process will also ensure efficient resource utilization, quality outcomes, and maximize reimbursement.   **This will support the Southeast Division.   Essential Key Job Responsibilities   - Oversees and/or directs the development, implementation and standardization of division-wide care coordination, utilization management, and social work services policies, procedures and programs in conjunction with related goals and objectives. Ensures compliance with federal and state regulations, as well as established organizational policies and procedures. - Develops strategy and processes to align with the Office of Diversity, Inclusion and Belonging - Establishes and oversees the development and implementation of programs, short and long-range goals and objectives and determines the optimal progression to obtain these goals. Reviews analyses and reports of various activities to determine department progress toward stated goals and objectives. - Provides oversight for the medical necessity reviews, denials management, and utilization management supporting all areas of the organization within the assigned division. This includes strategy development which will improve reimbursements and reduce denials as related to federal, state and commercial programs in partnership with Common Spirit Health Partners. - Ability to develop strong partnerships with clinical partners and clinical integration activities in order to optimize care coordination across the care continuum.  Ensure efficient resource utilization, improve quality outcomes and enhance patient satisfaction. - Maintains effective communication and a strong leadership presence with executive partners, senior leaders, internal and external customers to coordinate and adequately address patient care needs. - Reviews, prepares, analyzes, and presents reports and recommendations to senior management regarding operations and/or other applicable areas of interest in order to provide concise and accurate information that aids in decision-making. Develops, reviews, and monitors clinical, service and financial outcomes using performance metrics.
Job ID
2020-145409
Department
Care Coordination
Facility
Dignity Health System Office
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
-Remote Opportunity
Job Summary / Purpose The Division Director, Care Coordination is responsible for providing leadership in the development, implementation, and oversight of a care coordination model which will support a patient-centered care delivery model across the assigned division. This position is responsible for the development and implementation of standards, systems, policies, and procedures in alignment with organizational strategic initiatives and that is focused on quality and financial outcomes. Specifically, this position leads division wide efforts to optimize care coordination across the care continuum. This coordination ensures a plan of care for patients in all stages of health needs. The plan of care process will also ensure efficient resource utilization, quality outcomes, and maximize reimbursement.    **This position will support the Southwest Division.   Essential Key Job Responsibilities   - Oversees and/or directs the development, implementation and standardization of division-wide care coordination, utilization management, and social work services policies, procedures and programs in conjunction with related goals and objectives. Ensures compliance with federal and state regulations, as well as established organizational policies and procedures. - Develops strategy and processes to align with the Office of Diversity, Inclusion and Belonging - Establishes and oversees the development and implementation of programs, short and long-range goals and objectives and determines the optimal progression to obtain these goals. Reviews analyses and reports of various activities to determine department progress toward stated goals and objectives. - Provides oversight for the medical necessity reviews, denials management, and utilization management supporting all areas of the organization within the assigned division. This includes strategy development which will improve reimbursements and reduce denials as related to federal, state and commercial programs in partnership with Common Spirit Health Partners. - Ability to develop strong partnerships with clinical partners and clinical integration activities in order to optimize care coordination across the care continuum.  Ensure efficient resource utilization, improve quality outcomes and enhance patient satisfaction. - Maintains effective communication and a strong leadership presence with executive partners, senior leaders, internal and external customers to coordinate and adequately address patient care needs. - Reviews, prepares, analyzes, and presents reports and recommendations to senior management regarding operations and/or other applicable areas of interest in order to provide concise and accurate information that aids in decision-making. Develops, reviews, and monitors clinical, service and financial outcomes using performance metrics.
Job ID
2020-137360
Department
Care Coordination
Facility
Dignity Health System Office
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
-Remote Opportunity
1. Oversees the daily operation of the System Case Management and Social Services programs, ensuring accountability, effectiveness, efficiency, and compliance with regulatory and accreditation agencies. 2. Serves as Clinical Advisor to Case Management across the continuum of care for all payment programs, including but not limited to participation in program development and facility network development. 3. Participates in payor relations activities and physician networking development initiatives. 4. Implements policies, institutes processes, and works with Facility leadership and Nursing to effectively manage length of stay. 5. Develops and tracks accountability metrics to ensure quality and productivity of Facility Case Management departments. 6. Acts as liaison for Information Services, Patient Financial Services, and other Corporate-level functions to ensure Case Management processes and procedures work efficiently across the Revenue Cycle. 7. Develops strategic action plans and timelines for key areas of focus including RAC preparation, ongoing physician education, physician trends, denials, discharge planning, standard order sets, ICU level of care utilization, and other areas. 8. Evaluates and ensures each facility’s level of compliance with Medicare Conditions of Participation, ensuring an effective and compliant UM committee. 9. Oversees and monitors each facility’s UM plan, ensuring compliance with CMS regulations. 10. Implements and provides oversight of CDQI operations to ensure activities are aligned with the overall strategic direction. 11. Leads the short and long-term planning process, and drives prioritization to meet the Enterprise’s financial performance goals. 12. Develops and implements best practices and consistent process/tools across care delivery businesses. 13. Ensures application of clinical algorithms within attestation process to enhance ability of providers to assess and document the complete health status of members.
Job ID
2020-109602
Department
Care Management
Facility
St. Luke's Health System - Corporate
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
TX-HOUSTON
Job Summary: As a member of a multi-disciplinary team, responsible for assessing and providing support and intervention for the social and emotional needs of patients and their families to promote continuity of care and services.   Work involves professional activities such as psycho-social assessment, mental health evaluation and referral, crisis intervention, environmental assistance, patient advocacy, after-care planning and others of similar scope and complexity, depending on the assigned work unit.  This job exists in multiple locations, assignments may include coverage at multiple locations and settings, 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 are consistent between locations.
Job ID
2021-148776
Department
Hospice
Facility
St Joseph Medical Center
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
WA-BURIEN
GENERAL SUMMARY: Provides comprehensive substance use disorder services including education, brief treatment, SBIRT training to staff, and treatment to patients and/or make referrals to appropriate substance use disorder treatment for patients. Understand and has knowledge as a community expert in serving those in poverty and with barriers to care. Will focus on Service Area 14 (Polk and Warren counties). Provides information/referral assistance, connects clients to recovery supports, and performs required client follow-up/evaluation interviews. Assists patients in dealing with substance use related concerns such as: relationships; trauma; communication; and, adjustment issues. Directly work with MercyOne Des Moines’ Pain Clinics, with locations in Des Moines, Clive, Ankeny and Newton, Inpatient Pain services, and the Trauma Department. Provide specific training of Healthcare Workers and Community, increase access to medication assisted treatment (MAT) for patients, and provide Naloxone training and dissemination.       ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: - Establishes rapport and develops a therapeutic relationship with patients. Provide brief interventions to patients and/or referrals to appropriate substance use disorder treatments for patients. Therapeutic efforts are primarily directed towards addressing issues related to substance use disorders. Maintains appropriate professional boundaries with all persons involved. - Increase collaboration within the MercyOne health system, in coordination with community partners, to identify and assist patients impacted by opioid use disorder. - Conduct universal SBIRT prescreening of patients (ages 12 and up) in the pain clinics, inpatient pain consults and trauma department. - Develop and implement a chronic care model in caring for patients identified with an opioid use disorder in this SBIRT program to ensure patients have a supportive and evidence-based interactions with prepared, proactive, collaborative practice team. - Provides crisis intervention and conflict resolution assistance. - Conducts recovery related educational sessions and groups providing information and instruction. - Participates in the assessment/screening utilizing a compassionate and empathetic manner to ensure all patients entering the program feel welcome, appreciated and understood. Helps ensure all patients feel a focus on collaboration and engagement from the very beginning of their involvement with House of Mercy. - Develop a plan and implement two community outreach and awareness events, primary in low-income neighborhood and rural communities. - Develop and conduct a needs assessment and interest survey regarding SBIRT expansion to key affiliate hospitals, clinics and dentists. - Conduct staff training on the new work processes. Review effectiveness of processes on an ongoing basis, and make changes as needs are identified. - Participates in regularly scheduled trainings and care meetings to discuss/update staff on patients progress, status, and treatment needs. Professionally communicates with other program staff to promote team collaboration, input, and involvement in problem solving/resolution insuring consistency in the implementation of treatment plan goals/objectives. - Effectively communicates patients service needs with community agencies, schools, courts, service providers of significant others, and mental health/other health care professionals to provide an extended, high quality continuum of care. - Responds to volatile situations by mediating to resolve issues and to model appropriate crisis intervention and problem-solving techniques. - Ensure SBIRT screening and subsequent interventions and screenings are culturally and linguistically appropriate: referring patients to a bi-lingual counselor when language needs are identified; provide resources materials in language of patients, utilizing MercyOne’s onsite translation and interpretations services; and ensuring counseling staff are trained to gather information about cultural factors that are important to patient’s recovery. - Cultural awareness, knowledge and skills are implemented throughout House of Mercy and guide clinical decision-making when treatment is provided. - Develop an effective patient referral process to ensure a warm hand-off between health care provider and the substance use treatment. - Track number of patients screened, and those who receive brief interventions and referred to treatment. - Disseminate Naloxone to patients when high risk for overdose is identified - Refer patients to substance use disorder treatment provider for appropriate services, including MAT. - Provide support in accessing treatment for referred patients who are experiencing barriers to accessing care. #MissionCritical
Job ID
2020-142886
Department
Behavioral Health
Facility
MERCY MEDICAL CENTER-DSM
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
IA-DES MOINES
GENERAL SUMMARY: Supports the educational and treatment related initiatives of House of Mercy’s adult programs. Primarily serves as a teacher, coach, mentor, and role model to adult resident’s and their children. Supports clients through the provision of education and treatment supports in connection with identified clinical initiatives and interventions in the areas of: chemical dependency; daily living skills; parenting; self-sufficiency; behavioral/mental health; and, relationships. Provides behavioral health intervention services to identified children and adults.     ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: - Establishes rapport and develops a therapeutic relationship with assigned clients. Consistently maintains and employs a therapeutic perspective/approach when dealing with clients, their children, visitors and staff. Maintains appropriate professional boundaries avoiding dual relationships. - Participates in the admission process for all adult halfway house/residential care program residents utilizing a warm, compassionate and empathic manner to ensure that they feel welcome, appreciated, and understood. Orients new residents to program guidelines and expectations. - Observes resident interactions, appropriately intervenes when behaviors are not consistent with expectations, and teaches/coaches/role models conflict resolution/problem-solving skills as a means for effectively managing differences. - Facilitates Life Skills groups teaching essential skills necessary for independent living. On a daily basis models and mentors residents and their children on basic living tasks. - Provides education and treatment supports in connection with identified clinical initiatives and interventions in the areas of: substance use disorders; daily living skills; parenting; self-sufficiency; behavioral/mental health; and, relationships. - Consults and reviews complex situations with the treatment team as they occur. Utilizes knowledge/skills of intervention approaches/strategies to deal with children who are presenting behavioral challenges. - Provides behavioral health intervention services to identified children and adults consistently documenting interventions in conformance with House of Mercy and Medicaid services expectations. - Assures appropriate and timely administration of medications for clients and children. - Performs Breathalyzer Tests and collects urinalysis specimens for toxicology screens from residents adhering to House of Mercy Chain of Custody guidelines and procedures. - Performs daily reviews of resident living areas to insure safety, cleanliness, and organization of personal items and notifies appropriate program personnel of ongoing issues/trends. Teachers, coaches, and mentors residents in developing skills necessary to meet these expectations. - Transports residents and their children as assigned. Assists child care and parenting staff with transportation and supervision of residents and their children during recreational and educational outings. - Provides accurate information on a client’s behavior and progress for use in treatment plan review and other case management meetings. Collaborates with other treatment team members in carrying out treatment plans. Initiates corrective action with residents who are not following treatment plan goals.
Job ID
2020-131118
Department
Treatment Center
Facility
MERCY MEDICAL CENTER-DSM
Shift
Varied
Employment Type
Per Diem
Location
IA-DES MOINES
Pay Scale: $30.97 - $41.77   Shift: Casual Part Time, Varied   Job Summary:   The Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) conducts psychosocial assessments, determines patient and family needs, and develops a plan of treatment consistent with meeting those needs. The LCSW acts as a consultant to other disciplines. He/she interprets psychosocial information to patient, families and other professionals and works to link patients and their significant other to community support systems.   Essential Duties: - Conducts psychosocial assessments on referred Home Health/Hospice patients and develops a plan of treatment consistent with standards established under Medicare or other third party payors. - Provides short term therapy and crisis/grief counseling to selected Home Health/Hospice patients and their significant other. - Maintains a current and complete knowledge of local, state, and federal agencies and resources, acts as a liaison between these agencies and - Home Health/Hospice staff and patients, and completes referrals as appropriate. - Responsible for coordinating and implementing discharge plan from Home Health Services for specific patients as appropriate. - Provides consultation services to other disciplines, evaluating and interpreting psychosocial information to other professionals. - Completes documentation as required by Medicare, other third party payors and The Joint Commission. - Provides field supervision for Clinical Social Work Associate as required by state regulations.
Job ID
2020-141011
Department
Home Health and Hospice
Facility
MERCY MEDICAL CENTER INC
Shift
Varied
Employment Type
Part Time
Location
OR-ROSEBURG
Pay Scale: $30.97 - $41.77   Shift: Full Time, 8am - 5pm   Job Summary:   The Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) conducts psychosocial assessments, determines patient and family needs, and develops a plan of treatment consistent with meeting those needs. The LCSW acts as a consultant to other disciplines. He/she interprets psychosocial information to patient, families and other professionals and works to link patients and their significant other to community support systems.   Essential Duties: - Conducts psychosocial assessments on referred Home Health/Hospice patients and develops a plan of treatment consistent with standards established under Medicare or other third party payors. - Provides short term therapy and crisis/grief counseling to selected Home Health/Hospice patients and their significant other. - Maintains a current and complete knowledge of local, state, and federal agencies and resources, acts as a liaison between these agencies and - Home Health/Hospice staff and patients, and completes referrals as appropriate. - Responsible for coordinating and implementing discharge plan from Home Health Services for specific patients as appropriate. - Provides consultation services to other disciplines, evaluating and interpreting psychosocial information to other professionals. - Completes documentation as required by Medicare, other third party payors and The Joint Commission. - Provides field supervision for Clinical Social Work Associate as required by state regulations.
Job ID
2020-140781
Department
Hospice
Facility
MERCY MEDICAL CENTER INC
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
OR-ROSEBURG
Franciscan Medical Group is currently seeking a full time Bahavioral Health Specialist for our Franciscan Center for Mental Health Clinic covering Kitsap and Mason county Primary Care locations. Our desire is to provide integrated behavioral health services in our primary care clinics while implementing the UW AIMS Collaborate Care service model. This opportuntiy will allow you to work with our Psychiatrists and other MSW professionals in primary care and NW Washington Family Medicine Residency training program. Be on the cutting edge of behavioral health integration in primary care! Fixed hours with weekends and organizationally recognized holidays off.    Job Summary: This job is responsible for coordinating and supporting mental health care with the assigned clinic(s) and for coordinating referrals to clinically-indicated services outside the clinic. An incumbent functions as a core member of a Collaborative Care team that is made up of the patient’s primary care provider, a psychiatric consultant and, when available, other providers in the primary care clinic. An incumbent may provide evidence-based treatments or consult with other mental health providers when such treatment is indicated.   Essential Duties: - Performs patient assessment/data collection, interprets findings and formulates treatment plans. - Implements and updates psychosocial plan of care and treatment based on patient needs throughout patient’s course of care. - Works with treatment team to provide and manage treatment. - Provides effective psychotherapy and brief interventions within scope of practice Identifies and implements strategies to meet the educational needs of the patient/family/significant others as relates to psychological health and/or substance use. - Designs effective curricula for education to address psychosocial/behavioral health issues in primary care and leads effective classes for staff/medical practitioners and other behavioral health providers. - Completes all required documentation, in an accurate and thorough manner, in accordance with CHI-FH and/or grant documentation standards. - Monitors the site’s behavioral health capabilities, identifying issues related to patient services and makes recommendations for improvement. - Cultural Sensitivity and Competence: Demonstrates proper use of communication tools/materials for effective communication and understands how the culture(s) of patient populations can affect communication, collaboration and the provision of care, treatment and services. Patient Population Served: Demonstrates knowledge and proper skills associated with the department’s defined specific populations served. - Adheres to and exhibits our Core Values of Reverence, Integrity, Compassion and Excellence. Social Worker, Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker, MSW, Social Work, Behavioral Health, Mental Health, Hospital, Washington, Healthcare #mswchi   #missioncritical
Job ID
2020-115072
Department
Behavioral Health
Facility
FRANCISCAN MEDICAL GROUP
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
WA-SILVERDALE
Your work should be more than just a job. If you are looking for career development, flexibility in your schedule and work-life balance, your journey begins here! We are looking for a PRN Licensed Medical Social Worker to join our growing team in Vincennes, IN!   - Provides resources and education to patients and their caregivers - Participates in the coordination of services with other disciplines and community resources as needed - Evaluates and revises care plans/assessments based on changes in patients and/or their environments - Participates in regular case conferences and in-services or special case orientations as needed
Job ID
2021-148324
Department
Home Health and Hospice
Facility
Good Samaritan Home Care Vincennes
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Per Diem
Location
IN-Vincennes
Is responsible to assist in the implementation, provision and coordination of social services offered to patients in all patient areas but specifically to units that require MSW license such as Psychiatry and KDU. All the criteria-based duties and standards within this document will be performed according to department and hospital wide policies, procedures and guidelines. Essential Key Job Responsibilities - Coordinates and directs social services to ensure patient needs are met. - Interacts professionally with patient/family and involves them in formation of Plan of Care - Provides “options to potential dialysis patients prior to the initiation of dialysis and completes the HCFA 2728 - Completes a psychosocial assessment and re-assessment on patients. Develops specific measurable and realistic plans and objectives. - Provides support and counseling to patient/families experiencing and /or anticipating issues of adjusting to an illness, catastrophic event or diagnosis, change in living situation, end of life issues, grief and loss. - Assesses, counsels, refers and coordinates intervention relating to cases of suspected abuse /neglect or exploitation of children, vulnerable adults, domestic violence or sexual assault. Responsible for participation in multi-disciplinary discharge planning team meetings to assess and arrange discharge needs or alternate level of care.
Job ID
2020-114854
Department
Social Work Services
Facility
CHI St. Alexius Bismarck
Shift
Varied
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
ND-Bismarck
Your work should be more than just a job. If you are looking for career development, flexibility in your schedule and work-life balance, your journey begins here! We are looking for a PRN Medical Social Worker to join our growing team in Kitsap County!   - Provides resources and education to patients and their caregivers - Participates in the coordination of services with other disciplines and community resources as needed - Evaluates and revises care plans/assessments based on changes in patients and/or their environments - Participates in regular case conferences and in-services or special case orientations as needed
Job ID
2020-140704
Department
Home Health and Hospice
Facility
CHI Franciscan Health at Home
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Per Diem
Location
WA-University Place
Your work should be more than just a job. If you are looking for career development, flexibility in your schedule and work-life balance, your journey begins here! We are looking for a PRN Medical Social Worker to join our growing team in Chattanooga!    - Provides resources and education to patients and their caregivers - Participates in the coordination of services with other disciplines and community resources as needed - Evaluates and revises care plans/assessments based on changes in patients and/or their environments - Participates in regular case conferences and in-services or special case orientations as needed
Job ID
2020-139614
Department
Home Health and Hospice
Facility
CHI Memorial Health at Home
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Per Diem
Location
TN-Chattanooga
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.   Job Summary Responsible for providing a coordinated navigation process for oncology patients & family members within the continuum of cancer care. Collaborates with members of the muti-disciplinary team, physicians & the community to triage, coordinate and manage patient care.  Promotes patient, family & physician satisfaction & is accountable for patient care delivery through resource utilization, active communication with team members & leading clinical quality initiatives.  Provides patients and families access to resources and assess patients’ current and future needs, facilitates distress screenings and coordinates referrals. Provides services which encompass the spiritual, physiological, social & psychological care aspects of the patient, the prevention of disease & the conservation of health.   Key Job Responsibilities   - Serves as a clinical expert to help cancer patients & their families through the healthcare system throughout the course of their disease by educating the patient, family & staff with facts about the diagnosis, treatment plan and available resources. - Coordinates care across the continuum with other health care disciplines such as pharmacy, cancer support team, genetics, clinical trials, other health care team members and community advocacy groups.  - Acts as an advocate for patients & family members by facilitating communication among the health care team and acts as a resource for staff. - Maintains, participates and demonstrates work practices consistent with established departmental policies, procedures and objectives concerning quality improvement, safety, security, environmental conditions and infection control. - Serves as an educator and consultant in oncology for patients, families, physicians and other healthcare providers, community agencies/resources, and other area providers. - Assumes responsibility for personal & professional growth through participation in departmental meetings, in service programs and continuing education programs.  Fulfills yearly education requirements. - Other duties as assigned
Job ID
2020-136696
Department
Women's Breast Center
Facility
ALEGENT CREIGHTON HEALTH
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
NE-OMAHA
Position Summary: Night Shift and some varied shifts   The Patient Logistics RN supervises the transfer center activities for Dignity Health Facilities. 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 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.     Core Duties: - 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, Po research, data collecting and analysis for various meetings and or programs - Manage Transfer Center calls in accordance with the established workaids and algorithms and support staff in learning and upholding these work processes - Provide supervisory support to Patient Logistics RN 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 - 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   #missioncritical
Job ID
2021-148956
Department
Case Management
Facility
Corporate Service Center
Shift
Night
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
CA-RANCHO CORDOVA
Case Management is a collaborative process of assessment, planning, facilitation, and advocacy for options and services to meet a patient’s health needs and promoting quality cost-effective outcomes. The goal of care coordination is to help patients achieve optimal health, gain access to services and manage the appropriate utilization of internal resources, balanced with patient’s rights to self-determination. Essential Key Job Responsibilities - Coordinates discharge plans for patients - Identifies complex discharge planning needs - Manages the use of internal resources for patients plan of care - Facilitates discharge to next level of care ( TCU, Rehab, Long Term Acute Care ) - Participate in daily discharge team meetings - Interacts professionally with patient/family/physicians and other disciplines and involved them in formation of plan of care. #carecoordination
Job ID
2020-121066
Department
Case Management
Facility
CHI St. Alexius Bismarck
Shift
Varied
Employment Type
Part Time
Location
ND-Bismarck

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