The primary purpose of the RN Charge Nurse is to administer and supervise the clinical care being provided. The RN Charge Nurse is responsible for all safety, infection control, and quality of care issues that might arise while on duty, as well as, assisting with performance appraisals, mentoring staff during orientation, and dealing with disciplinary issues.
In this role, you will be responsible to work autonomously and collaborate with multidisciplinary or multi-setting healthcare teams to coordinate quality, cost-effective care and minimize fragmentation of the healthcare delivery system.
In this role you will provide clinical services within the scope of practice, as defined by the state laws governing the practice of nursing, in accordance with the plan of care, and in coordination with other members of the health care team.
The RN UNIT REGISTERED NURSE delivers quality nursing care to patients through interpersonal contact and provides care and services to allow patients to attain or maintain the highest practicable physical, mental, and psychosocial well-being in accordance with all applicable laws, regulations, and company standards.
In this role, you will ensure effective communication and collaboration with branch staff and field sales resources via weekly meetings. Actively participate in weekly branch sales/operation meeting, bringing relative data, reports for review as well as information regarding changes within accounts and referral sources.
In this role, the selected candidate will be responsible for the processes of assessment, reassessment, establishment of nursing diagnoses, formulation of the written plan of care, implementation of care, and evaluation of care.
In this role, you will be responsible for providing IV nursing care in the home or ambulatory setting, performing in-hospital discharge assessments and occasional IV hook-ups, teaching patients about their home infusion therapy, and providing ongoing monitoring of their treatment.
In this role, you will provide for the well being for the patient entrusted to the care of Transitional Care Unit inclusive of the physical, emotional and psycho - social issues that arise during their stay in the unit.
In this role, you will make recommendations regarding complex or potentially significant issues to manager, including issues regarding training, compensation, work hours, working conditions, hiring, and corrective action.
In this role, you will be responsible for all safety, infection control, and quality of care issues that might arise while on duty, as well as, assisting with performance appraisals, mentoring staff during orientation, and dealing with disciplinary issues.
Assesses the home dialysis patient and home partner/family readiness and potential ability to perform dialysis treatments at home. Admits all new home patients and documents the appropriate processes as required by policy and procedure.
The Utilization Management Nurse Consultant: Gathers clinical information and applies the appropriate policy, procedure and clinical judgment to render coverage recommendation along the continuum of care Communicates with providers and other parties to facilitate care/treatment Identifies members for referral opportunities to integrate with other products, services and/or programs.