As a Peritoneal Dialysis Registered Nurse (PD RN), you educate your patients on how to do their own dialysis from their homes, and you take responsibility for the complete ongoing care of each patient to ensure their treatment stays on track.
As a RN Case Manager, your ability to manage client care with specific knowledge and experience in bedside care, symptom management, crisis intervention and family intervention are feature assets for this high-profile nursing position.
Oversee the frequency of visits for the episode, in addition to performing visits and completing coordination of client care. Consult as needed with the physician and the office giving details about patient care.
Responsible for making assessments and attending physician and therapy appointments, meeting with employers and injured workers, coordinating treatment as approved, coordinating return to work when released by physician, writing comprehensive reports and entering time daily into a computer system.
The PHN performs the Personal Health Management process, that is assesses the participant, works with the participant, family and physician to identify problems, establish goals and develop plans of care, coordinates services, educates participants, empowers participants to independently self-manage and to make knowledgeable health care decisions.