Assessment and diagnosis including obtaining a complete health history, performing a physical exam, order and interpreting screening and laboratory tests and diagnostic procedures, making a diagnosis and formulating a family centered plan of care.
Work includes responsibility for maintaining the continuity of the health care and medical treatments and guiding individuals and their interdisciplinary habilitative treatment team members in formulating and implementing comprehensive individual habilitative care and treatment program plans.
Working together and connected through a sophisticated electronic health record, these experts offer care and treatment for conditions that range from simple to complex from the common cold to orthopedic injuries, neurologic problems and cardiovascular disease.
Performs complete health history, physical examination and psychosocial assessment of patients within the designated practice or clinical unit; completes histories, physicals, and assessments within 24 hours of admission on selected patients, per regulatory guidelines.
Serves as a liaison between the hospital and physician offices to uncover customer needs, concerns, and appreciation; works with hospital physician liaison(s) to coordinate field activity, market feedback, and follow up tasks.