In this role, the selected candidate will review clinical information for all appeals utilizing nationally recognized criteria to determine medical necessity of services requested; prepare reviews for cases that did not meet criteria.
In this role, the selected candidate will work with technical staff to assist with development and testing of reports and information systems; prepares reports and conducts analyses of cost and quality care performance; assure appropriate tracking of program participants.
The clinical coordinator is responsible for the delivery of safe, quality care of dialysis treatments by assisting the clinical manager with oversight of the centers operations and by providing direct patient care.
The Sepsis Clinical Coordinator, is responsible for coordination and direction of the Sepsis Program, including: developing and maintaining educational materials pertinent to the disease, coordinating care program as set forth by interdisciplinary team, and performing quality duties to ensure program is up to date with treatment protocols and evidenced based care.
In this role, you will develop policies, procedures and competencies; manages equipment and supplies for all procedures; provides education to the staff as required; builds and develops the pediatric nephrology service line.
In this role, the selected candidate will collect research patient data: vital signs, blood draws, history and subjective current status; assists with selected administrative duties as determined by fellow research team members.