Pedorthist in Omaha, NE

$80K - $100K(Ladders Estimates)

Hanger   •  

Omaha, NE 68101

Industry: Healthcare

  •  

5 - 7 years

Posted 37 days ago

Your Impact

Depending on the operational requirements, size of the Hanger Clinic and subject to limitations imposed by state and/or local law, your role may include some or all of the functions listed below.

  • Collaborate with physicians in the evaluation and analysis of a patient's need for pedorthotic services; recommend treatment options to physicians when necessary.
  • Examine and evaluate patient's needs in relation to disease and functional loss.
  • Formulate design of pedorthotic devices.
  • Select materials, makes cast measurements, model modifications, and layouts, taking into account new techniques and materials.
  • Perform fitting, including static and dynamic alignments.
  • Evaluate pedorthotic device and any collateral prosthetic or orthotic devices on patient, adjust to assure fit, function, medical efficacy, and quality of work.
  • Instruct patient in the use of pedorthotic, orthotic or prosthetic devices utilized in fulfilling the patient's needs.
  • Identify and reconcile issues/problems to ensure patient satisfaction with devices provided.
  • Provide follow-up with patients and physicians.
  • Provide in-service training to physicians and allied health care professionals.
  • Utilize effective materials management, quality and performance processes to maximize device quality and medical efficacy, maintaining a proper balance with costs and operational/financial performance.
  • Meet with physicians, case managers and other referral sources to review pedorthotic services and capabilities; develop and enhance business relationships to identify and secure ongoing and future sources or referrals.
  • Plan and implement strategies to meet and exceed revenue targets in coordination with management.
  • Provide detailed clinical notes to patient records.
  • May mentor newly certified clinicians.
  • Provide assistance to other clinical staff.
  • Provide information to administrative staff to conduct reimbursement activities.
  • Adhere to all safety regulations; compliance with Medicare and other governmental regulations; compliance with bloodborne and Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) requirements.
  • Perform other duties or special projects as assigned.
  • May be asked to perform on-call, hospital calls, or float between more than one Hanger Clinic location.

Minimum Qualifications

  • Current board certification in Pedorthics from the American Board for Certification (ABC) or the Board of Certification (BOC), or
  • An equivalent combination of education and experience to meet board eligibility.
  • A valid driver's license and driving record within the standards outlined within Hanger's Motor Vehicle Safety Policy and Procedures.
  • In states where licensure is required, the ability to obtain and maintain state licensure may be required as well.
  • May be willing to consider candidates who are not certified or board-eligible but have at least 5 years of demonstrated past experience in providing prosthetic and/or orthotic services under the supervision of a certified clinician.

Additional Success Factors

Personal Qualities

  • Act with integrity in all ways and at all times, remaining honest, transparent, and respectful in all relationships.
  • Keep the patient at the center of everything that you do, building lifelong trust.
  • Foster open collaboration and constructive dialogue with everyone around you.
  • Continuously innovate new solutions, influencing and responding to change.
  • Focus on superior outcomes, and calibrate work processes for outstanding results.

Physical Demands

  • Ability to lift patients using biomedical techniques frequently throughout the course of a work day/shift; must be capable of easily lifting fifty (50) pounds of weight alone.
  • Ability to walk, bend, stand and reach constantly during a work day.
  • Visual acuity (near and distant) sufficient to maintain accurate records, recognize people, and understand written direction.
  • Ability to speak and hear sufficiently to understand and give directions.
  • Ability to push wheeled equipment throughout the facility.
  • Fine motor skills adequate for scheduling and preparing patients, equipment and supplies for treatment.
  • Ability to participate in sustained activities for many hours in duration in accordance with state labor laws.
  • Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Our Investment in You

  • Competitive salary.
  • Competitive health and insurance benefits.
  • Annual target bonus or commission.
  • Paid vacation and sick time.
  • Frequent company update talks with our leadership team.
  • Reimbursement of certification and licensing fees.
  • Access to the latest research and techniques in the O&P field.


Valid Through: 2019-11-6