The healthcare industry employs some of the highest-paid positions in the country. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, anesthesiologists average almost $250k annually, followed closely by surgeons, obstetricians, gynecologists and orthodontists. Of course, salaries range depending on specific field, education and experience. Many jobs pay $20 to 30k per year, while others can yield up to $530k. The industry is certainly growing, gaining nearly 1 million jobs since the Affordable Care Act was signed in 2010.
In this role, you will assesses, plans, implements, evaluates and directs care for adult and pediatric patients in accordance with departmental standards of care and practice. Participates in the education of family, patients, and staff members.
In this role, you will provides 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 Occupational Therapist in Home Health is responsible for the assessment and evaluation of patient care needs related to functional status, activities of daily living, fine motor coordination, home assessments and adaptive equipment, and other occupational therapy needs as defined by medical conditions.
In this role, the selected candidate will work closely with prospective healthcare customers and sales teams to identify, prioritize and quantify key business drivers (metrics) and understand how our solutions will help solve their problems.
In this role, you will be responsible to oversees and administers all the workers compensation functions, monitors and supports leave management, and responsible for implementing and coordinating all safety and awareness programs for the distribution center.
In this role, you will be responsible for ensuring accurate and timely clinical review of behavioral health cases for medical necessity including assisting members on the telephone, reviewing medical records, reviewing cases which involves contract interpretation of behavioral health diagnoses, and utilizing knowledge of medical necessity criteria for all levels of behavioral health care from outpatient office visits to acute in-patient to out-patient office visits.
The Home Health Team Leader is responsible for the overall supervision and coordination of clinical services. Coordinates and supervises an interdisciplinary team of staff to assure the continuity of high quality care to home health patients assigned to the team's area in accordance with MD prescribed plan of care, and all applicable state and federal laws and regulations.