The Clinical Practice Coordinator (CPC) is an integral part of the Dignity Health Medical Foundation care team. The CPC performs the functions of assessing, planning, implementing and evaluating plans of care for attributed patients.
Observes and records patients responses to renal failure and its treatment; directs and supervises the care of the patients on dialysis; performs thorough patient assessments as evidenced by documentation; coordinates and participatesin the continuity of care by ensuring regular follow-ups with the interdisciplinary team (IDT) and other community resources for home program patients, as appropriate.
The Clinical Coordinator plays a critical role in the successful implementation of telemedicine protocols for behavioral health patients in the emergency departments, inpatient units and in clinics at DHTN partner sites.
In this role, you will be responsible for the daily operations of the Lung Nodule Clinic, including oversight of patient care provided by clinic staff. Oversees the daily operations, assists management with developing and maintaining an annual budget and participates in fund raising initiatives in collaboration with CMC Medical Foundation. Coordinates Lung Nodule Committee and Lung/Thoracic Tumor Boards. Provides various patient and physician navigation services.
Provides oversight of the patient schedule and makes staff assignments; consistently reviews and evaluates patient priorities as changes occur in the condition of the patient or center; directs staff in work assignments to address these changes.
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$45K to $75K -Sacramento, CA
The incumbent is responsible for providing direction and clinical supervision of patient care for specific unit(s), patient population and assigned staff. The incumbent is a professional care giver with requisite clinical and supervisory experience which promotes an atmosphere that is responsive to the needs of patients, nursing, and medical staff.