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Job Description: CLINICAL SPECIALIST/PHYSICAL THERAPIST PURPOSE OF POSITION: To organize and conduct medically prescribed treatment programs for adult and pediatric patients to help restore function and prevent disability according to the principles and practices of physical therapy. PRIMARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:   1.  Evaluates new patients, sets objective measurable treatment goals for functional outcome, establishes appropriate treatment programs, and provides documentation of same.   2.  Administers diagnostic muscle, nerve, joint and functional ability tests to determine the extent of the patient’s impairment and the prognosis for improvement.   3.  Carries out appropriate treatment modalities, and re-evaluates the patient as needed, modifying the treatment plan based on patient progress.   4.  Provides objective, analytic documentation of patient care, patient/family education, and communication with other caregivers.   5.  Communicates effectively with medical/allied health personnel, regarding patient progress, needs, and discharge planning.   6.  Provides instruction in therapeutic procedures to be continued by patient and family.   7.  Assists in training new personnel as requested by manager.   8.  Provides guidance and direction to Physical Therapist Assistants, Aides, and affiliating students.   9.  Maintains established departmental policies and procedures, objectives, quality assessment programs, quality improvement initiatives, and safety, environmental and infection control standards.   10. Attends meetings as required.   11. Enhances professional growth and development through participation in approved education programs, current literature, in-service meetings and workshops.   12. Maintains daily statistical records of patient activity and charges.   13. Performs other work related duties as assigned or requested. Consistently provides service excellence to all patients, family members, visitors, volunteers and co-workers in a manner that reflects Cape Cod Hospital’s commitment to CARES: compassion, accountability, respect, excellence and service. S18T: EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE/TRAINING:   *   Able to read, write, and communicate effectively in English.   *   Entry level degree in Physical Therapy from an accredited Physical Therapy Program   *   Licensed to practice in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.   *   Current BLS S19T: For PT Clinical Specialist, must meet all qualifications noted above, as well as the following:  ADDITIONAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:   1.  Serves as a clinical resource for rehabilitation staff in a focused area of clinical expertise; plans and conducts treatment programs for patients.   2.  Assists management in the planning, development, organization and supervision of the specified clinical specialty area. EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE/TRAINING:   *   Documentation of Specialist Certification. 40 hours per week, 7a-5p Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday - Primary location Orleans, MA 40 hours per week, 8a-6p four days a week, Monday-Friday - Primary location Orleans, MA 40 hours per week, 7a-5p Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday - Primary location Harwich, MA 40 hours per week, 8a-6p Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday - Primary location Chatham, MA    Apply: 

Job Description: Histology Technician- 2 positions- **** Sign On Bonus   $15k Sign-On Retention bonus paid out in 3 installments: 1st after Completion of training (roughly) 6 months or upon hire for relocation, 2nd at the 1.5 year mark and the 3rd at 3 year mark   37.5 hours per week   Atlantic City, NJ   The Histology Technician is responsible for preparation of specimens for the pathologist. All methods of practice shall conform to written established lab standard operating procedures and be carried out to the highest achievable level of technical competence in a manner demonstrating concern and consideration. The Histology Technician surgical pathology slides for diagnosis, frozen sections, special stain, immunohistochemistry procedures (IHC) stains, histology equipment in a safe manner and is responsible for slide and block files. The Histology Technician responsible for preventative maintenance, troubleshooting of equipment, QA and QC records, temperature and equipment charts, safety procedures, training, exposure and waste management. Examines slides under microscope to ensure tissue preparation meets laboratory requirements. Studies slides under microscope to detect deviations from expected results and reports abnormalities for further study. Prepares chemicals and stains for performing tests. Uses all chemicals following safety procedures, maintains accurate and adequate inventory of reagents and supplies. Tracks utilization and expiration dates. The Histology Technician aassumes responsibility for keeping the work area clean, neat, organized and completes thorough cleaning at the end of work period of all benches and work space. This position supports organizational goals by providing quality customer service, participating in performance improvement efforts and demonstrating a commitment to team work and cooperation. QUALIFICATIONS EDUCATION: Minimum of two year degree in related health sciences and completion of an accredited histology technician program or meets FDA qualifications for CLIA (1988 Clinical Lab Improvement Amendments) standards for all laboratory and moderate complexity testing. LICENSE/CERTIFICATION: HT ASCP (American Society of Clinical Pathologists) registry eligible and required from 12 month of hire date. Certification must be maintained if not grandfathered from the Board of Registry (BOR) and requires participation in 12 CEUs annually. .   EXPERIENCE: Prior experience preferred, but not required. Proficiency in Clinical Applications preferred at time of hire; incumbents within position will be trained appropriately and then skill will be required for this position within 30-60 days from date of hire.   PERFORMANCE EXPECTATIONS Demonstrates the ability to perform the department specific competencies as listed on the Assessment and Evaluation Tool. Strict compliance with laboratory Fraud and Abuse policies and requirements is an employment condition.   WORK ENVIRONMENT Must have the ability to distinguish colors. Potential for exposure to the hazards and risk of the hospital environment, including exposure to infectious disease, blood-borne pathogens, hazardous substances, and potential injury. This position demands increased amounts of standing, bending and manual manipulation, as well as some light lifting up to 20lbs. The department specific Assessment and Evaluation Tool lists the essential functions of this position.   Core competencies will be assessed primarily to the following patient population(s) served (with the exception of newborns): All diagnoses/conditions of patients admitted to the hospital.     REPORTING RELATIONSHIP This position reports to the Laboratory Supervisor/Manager. The above statement reflect the general details considered necessary to describe the principle functions of the job as identified and shall not be considered as a detailed description of all work requirements that may be inherent in the position.   Go to to apply.  Job ID-  21495 & 21640    Jennifer Van Seters Talent Acquisition Partner Human Resources AtlantiCare Tel: 609.407.2047  

Job Description: Laboratory Pathologist Full Time   New York Cancer and Blood Specialists (NYCBS) is a well-established and highly respected group of professionals dedicated to offering a complete patient care experience at the highest level. We have been in business for over 40 years and pride ourselves on quality care for all patients. We are nimble, well organized and maintain state of the art facilities and cutting edge technology. We are currently seeking a Laboratory Pathologist/Medical Director for a large, dynamic and growing multi-specialty practice. This position must fulfill the responsibilities as listed in CLIA '88 (42.C.F.R. §493.1495). This position is responsible for clinical and anatomical laboratories. Additional responsibilities may be defined by applicable laws, regulations, and practice needs.   MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Advance Medical Degree (MD, or MD/ Ph.D.). Certified by the American Board of Pathology. CQ molecular, FISH, and Histology experience. 3-5 years of experience in a laboratory setting. Strong interpersonal skills, outgoing, positive and high energy. Ability to interact effectively and professionally with employees at all levels of the organization (i.e., peers, Clinicians, Technologists and Lab/hospital Administrators). Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Critical and strategic thinking. Excellent problem solver, effective at data gathering and analysis.   PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:  Experience with project management concepts and practices. Board certification, training or experience in the specialized field of Molecular Pathology. 3-5 years of post-graduation work experience in a Urology practice a strong plus.   RESPONSIBILITIES:  Laboratory Clinical and Anatomical Pathology. Lab Leadership. Write, review and approve reports, validation studies and protocols as needed for clinical and research studies. Partner with the quality management team to develop, implement and maintain SOPs and appropriate compliance activities. Participate in company-wide committees. Maintain knowledge of federal and state laws and regulations.     PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS : Laboratory for Clinical and Anatomical Pathology. Be the go-to expert in Clinical Pathology for the practice. Take a leading role in establishing and improving overall laboratory services for the practice, as well as the evaluation of new technologies and informatics programs. Perform review of related laboratory results, quality control and assurance documents. Participate in departmental professional quality control and quality assurance. Maintain timely contact with other physicians, be responsive to their needs and respond in a timely manner to their requests. Maintain competency in the area(s) of diagnostic ability. Manage cost containment. Oversee clinical development. Oversee the implementation of new technologies. Work closely with Laboratory staff on quality improvement projects. Maintain knowledge of federal and state laws and regulations. Competitive salary, bonus and comprehensive benefits package. LOCATION: Port Jefferson Station, NY   Please send C.V. to: Robert Nicoletti, CHRO Chief Human Resources Officer New York Cancer & Blood Specialists  Building #4 1500 Route 112 Human Resources Department Port Jefferson Station, NY 11776 Fax - (631) 675 - 5066   Visit our website for other opportunities at and like us on Facebook.   New York Cancer and Blood Specialists is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Job Description: San Joaquin General Hospital- 500 W. Hospital Road, French Camp, CA 95231 Health Information Administrator THE POSITION The Health Information Administrator manages multiple Medical Record Department units with a primary focus on maintaining department and Hospital Medical Records operations in compliance with regulatory and professional standards. The position ensures appropriate processing and storing of medical record data and maintenance of the classification system. Well qualified candidates for this position will possess a comprehensive knowledge of health information procedures, policies and current technology, a strong administrative and business background and the ability to establish and maintain good relationships with administrative, professional and medical staff. SAN JOAQUIN GENERAL HOSPITAL San Joaquin General is a 196-bed acute care community hospital, established in 1857 with employees who are dedicated to a philosophy of excellence in providing health services, education and professional training in an integrated system that values quality of life, family interaction, and respect for both patients and employees. It provides a full range of inpatient services including General Medical/Surgical Care, High-Risk Obstetrics, Neonatal Intensive Care and an ambulatory care network comprised of 11 satellite provider sites throughout the County. In addition to providing direct medical services, the hospital is active in providing education for health professionals through post-graduate residency programs in General Surgery, Internal Medicine and Family Practice and has trained over 3,000 physicians since the residency programs were established in 1932. The hospital also participates in clinical affiliation agreements for training programs in a variety of health professions including Pharmacy, Radiology Technologies, and Respiratory Care. Compensation and Benefits Annual Base Salary**: $90,251 - $109,720 (Approx. Monthly Salary**: $7,521 - $9,143) In addition to the base salary, the County offers an excellent benefit plan which includes a county contribution to health insurance, dental and vision insurance plans. Other benefits offered by the County include: ♦ A 1% employer contribution to the County’s 457 Deferred Compensation Plan. ♦ 1937 Retirement Act plan with reciprocity with CALPERS. ♦ 125 Flex Spending Benefits Plan. ♦ 12 day sick leave annually with unlimited accumulation. ♦ 10 days of vacation leave (accruals increase with milestone years of service). ♦ 10 days administrative leave per year. **4/3/18: Salary reflects increase approved per MOU negotiation.   Typical Duties ♦ Responsible for the maintenance of medical record data contained within the billing system; implements appropriate medical records information systems and controls based on regulatory and professional standards. ♦ Confers with other Hospital staff members to assure standardization of medical treatment data in compliance with required regulations and guidelines for accreditation and licensing; maintains the coding and classification system for statistical collection, reimbursement and other activities. ♦ Participates in the development and implementation of policies and procedures; develops analysis programs to ensure utilization review and quality standards; works with outside auditors, Medicaid, Medicare and other regulatory agencies to establish compliance; maintains required documentation. ♦ Analyzes and develops improved methods of filing, retrieving and storing records consistent with developments in the field of medical records systems; performs QC and QI activities to assure that charts are correct and have required documentation. ♦ Ensures development and maintenance of the data collection system as applied to the business, vital statistics, insurance and research operations; provides periodic and special reports as required for Hospital activities. ♦ Acts as the official custodian of records and medical information to other outside agents, agencies and court systems. ♦ Interviews, selects, and supervises subordinate personnel; evaluates work performance; provides training to Department and other Hospital staff. ♦ Participates in medical staff committee meetings, conferences and court appearances as required. ♦ Prepares the Department budget; authorizes expenditures consistent with Hospital policy.   Minimum Qualifications Either Pattern I Experience: Two years managing and/or supervising operations and staff in a medical records unit of an acute general hospital. License and Certificates: Possession of a valid certificate as a Registered Health Information Administrator (R.H.I.A.) issued by the American Health Information Management Association (A.H.I.M.A.).     Or Pattern II Experience:  Four years managing and/or supervising operations and staff in a medical records unit of an acute general hospital. License and Certificates:  Possession of a valid certificate as a Registered Health Information Technician (R.H.I.T.) issued by the American Health Information Management Association (A.H.I.M.A.).     Application Submission Process To apply, a completed application and supplemental questionnaire must be mailed in or received online. We are accepting applications until the position is filled. Resumes will not be accepted in lieu of an application.  Application materials may be obtained from and submitted to:  San Joaquin County Human Resources 44 N. San Joaquin Street Suite 330 Stockton, CA 95202 Tel: 209.468.3370 Apply Online Today At:   Recruitment Number - 0318-RH0131-AC San Joaquin County is an Equal Opportunity Employer and is in compliance with the Federal Drug Free Workplace Act of 1988. “Our community’s health and well-being is our highest priority!”

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Clinical resource managers are responsible for ensuring a facility provides efficient and effective care. In these managerial positions, nurses often work with high-risk patients, patients with complex illnesses and underinsured or uninsured patients. As an advocate for the patient and family, clinical resource managers oversee care, locate community resources and negotiate pay on the patient’s behalf.

These nurses complete a variety of other tasks, such as planning for patient transitions from one facility to another, preparing patients for discharge and helping patients find the proper follow-up care.

To qualify for clinical resource manager jobs, candidates need to be licensed nurses with clinical experience. BSNs are often preferred, but ASNs may be considered. Usually, clinical resource managers have prior experience in case management or utilization review. They should have extensive knowledge about healthcare insurance.

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