In this role, the selected candidate will lead and manage assigned territories to ensure optimal coverage and promotion of products to all customers and potential customers in alignment with GSK strategy.
In this role, you will utilize nursing practice tools and research to support a care delivery system which produces quality care with optimal outcomes. Incorporates data and information to improve operations continuously.
The Nurse Manager is responsible for coordinating administrative and clinical activities, both inter and intradepartmentally, so that optimum nursing care is provided, staffing is maintained, and costs contained.
In this role, you will provides consultative assistance for federal agencies to facilitate and integrate the assessment, management, and prevention of medical based lost-time. This includes policy and program development in areas such as early intervention, limited/light duty, and job analysis.
The Nurse Managers are responsible for quality, cost effective and efficient nursing services; implementing company nursing policies and procedures, and nurse competency programs; managing the quality and thoroughness of clinical documentation.
In this role, you will determine the appropriate place of contact/intervention with customer including client's home, community agency, provider office, etc. In order to achieve customer satisfaction and a positive outcome.
In this role, you will provide a range of services, including skilled nursing care, assisted living, post-acute medical and rehabilitation care, hospice care, home health care and rehabilitation therapy.
In this role, the selected candidate will be responsible for assessing, planning, implementing and evaluating all phases of nursing care provided on each program; determines staffing requirements and material resources necessary to provide care to the patients for each program.
Ensure unit compliance with quality, safety, regulatory requirements, and JCAHO standards; manage clinical and non-clinical staff, including day-to-day supervision, employee relations, and staff development.
The Nurse Manager is the designated leader for a specific nursing unit. He/She is responsible for the patient population and assigned staff. The Nurse Manager plans, organizes, directs, coordinates, and evaluates the unit activities.