Provides high risk patients with chronic disease management and liaises between patient, hospital, physicians office, home care agency, etc. Works to reduce medical complications through identified high risk triggers, compliance with medical appointments and community based care.
Provides leadership and direction to nursing unit staff and has 24 hour accountability ensuring all quality, financial, and service benchmarks as well as compliance with environmental care standards are met.
The RN provides clinical support in an office setting, in collaboration with the physicians of MHRI Cardiovascular center physicians. The RN supports the clinical mission through patient follow-up calls, triaging incoming calls, communicating lab results, and follows up with physicians as needed.
Promotes a level of professionalism on the unit. Motivates academic pursuit and continuing education on the part of the staff by establishing and meeting service based professional certification goals.
In this role, the selected candidate will be responsible for participating and facilitating staff participation in nursing and organizational policy formulation and decision making; evaluating the quality and appropriateness of patient care.
The nurse manager in a collaborative relationship with the vice president of patient care services is responsible for the planning of clinical services to assure efficient and appropriate delivery of care to the units specific patient population.
To manage the delivery of safe and effective care of the Oncology Service, and to ensure that age-appropriate and developmentally appropriate care is provided to all patients in the population served, per applicable standard.
In this role, you will be responsible for providing professional nursing care in the Interventional Radiology and Cardiac Catheterization department, including patients undergoing other testing that requires nursing care throughout the department of Radiology according to the hospital's philosophy of patient care and standards of professional nursing practice.
Be responsible for the performance of and/or oversight of critical patient care activities, including scheduling, staffing, intake, physician communications, billing and reimbursement processes and overall compliance.
Manages the transition of assigned Post Acute patients from acute care setting to the skilled nursing facility and/or home setting utilizing face to face and telephonic outreach to accomplish the goals of the Post Acute Program. Care coordination and facilitation with hospital discharge planners, case managers and hospitalist to obtain Post Acute orders for engagement.
The nurse manager in a collaborative relationship with the administrative director is responsible for the planning of clinical services to assure efficient and appropriate delivery of care to the units specific patient population.
Identify health related needs, monitor medical status and work with staff, physicians and allied health professionals to formulate, coordinate and implement medical treatment plans for all individuals served.