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Job Description: BARIATRIC PROGRAM COORDINATOR, RN   Location: Oceanside, Long Island, NY   Schedule: Full Time, Days   Description:   South Nassau Communities Hospital currently seeks an experienced RN to join our Bariatric Surgery team.   Responsibilities:   The MBS Coordinator works closely with the Medical Director and Administration leading the development of all aspects of the South Nassau Communities Hospital's Center for Weight and Life Management, managing the accreditation process and ensuring continual compliance with all MSBAQIP requirements. The MBS Coordinator has a strong focus on ensuring the program is of the highest quality.   In addition, the Bariatric Coordinator leads on patient and staff education, oversight of multidisciplinary teams as well as acting as the liaison between the hospital and the bariatric surgeons. Coordinates and facilitates monthly community lectures and support group meetings. Conducts pre-operative patient education classes.     Requirements:   • Current NYS Registered Nurse   • Clinical experience in Bariatrics (surgical weight loss program)   • Knowledge of Bariatric Surgery Center of Excellence Standards preferred   • Program Development experience with the ability to lead and direct interdisciplinary work group   • Demonstrated ability to make administrative and clinical decisions related to the assessments, treatments, and/or age-specific care of patients   • Previous marketing experience   • Excellent interpersonal, oral and written communication skills   • Strong organizational and problem-solving skills   • Strong analytical skills with the ability to compile statistics, including attention to detail   • Must be able to regularly travel between the hospital and physician practice site   • Must be able to travel to various venues and exhibit flexibility, adapting readily to changes in the work environment or work schedule   Apply:   For immediate consideration, please apply online at:   About South Nassau Communities Hospital:   Designated a Magnet® hospital by the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC), South Nassau® Communities Hospital is one of the region’s largest hospitals, with 455 beds, more than 900 physicians and 3,000 employees.  Located in Oceanside, NY, the hospital is an acute-care, not-for-profit teaching hospital that provides state-of-the-art care in cardiac, oncologic, orthopedic, bariatric, pain management, mental health and emergency services.  In addition to its extensive outpatient specialty centers, South Nassau provides emergency and elective angioplasty, and is the only hospital on Long Island with the Novalis Tx™ and Gamma Knife® radiosurgery technologies.  South Nassau is a designated Stroke Center by the New York State Department of Health and Comprehensive Community Cancer Center by the American College of Surgeons and is an accredited center of the Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery Association and Quality Improvement Program.  Located on the beautiful South Shore of Nassau County, LI, home of world-class golf and beaches, SNCH is only 30 minutes from all of the cultural attractions of NYC.   Visit us at:   EOE. All qualified applicants will be afforded equal employment opportunities without discrimination because of race, creed, color, national origin, sex, age, disability, or marital status.

Job Description: Provides independent, content expertise and analysis for the Magnet Recognition Program® for Magnet and applicant organizations, commissioners, appraisers, Magnet Program, general public and the ANCC office staff.    The visibility of this position in the nursing community requires the incumbent to be an experienced leader; comfortable with independent decision making, project leadership, and coordination with all aspects of the program.  The incumbent should be well connected with the nursing professional community, valuing and pursuing professional contacts to strengthen and expand the Magnet vision within their various areas of expertise.   This position personifies the Magnet Recognition Program by teaching, coaching, and supporting Magnet applicants in their progressive journey to Magnet excellence.  DUTIES   Serves as primary resource expert with extensive knowledge of the Magnet Recognition Program® for the management, coordination, communication, assistance, guidance, leadership, and support for approximately 500 organizations, domestic and international throughout all phases of an application. Coordinates the multifaceted appraisal process, managing the client’s application from initial application validation, written documentation/additional documentation review, site visit and appeal as applicable.  Metrics include: (caseload is about 50 organizations, responsible for conference calls (3-4 hours each) per client, 48 hour response to emails (50-75/day), Analysis, and comprehensive interpretation of client’s written documentation, average of 15 clients with 20-40 hours devoted to organizations who submit written documentation).  Provides independent analysis, expert guidance, and creative problem solving to organizations related to the application of the Magnet Model Components and Sources of Evidence, addressing unique organizational and nursing situations. Requires extensive knowledge of the demographic information form, sources of evidence, financial considerations, and quality indicators.   Interfaces with over 225 Magnet program appraisers, coordinating and managing the appraisal process.  Provides authoritative oversight of the development and review of the appraisal documents presented to the Commission on Magnet.  Completes an investigative, diagnostic assessment and analysis of data Completes a comprehensive interpretation and evaluation of appraiser’s report. Performs extensive editing and writing Conducts critical evaluation of appraiser reports in order to reconcile the organization’s written documentation and site visit findings into a final executive summary.  40-60 hours per application.  Uses critical analysis to determine the need for consultation from other experts such as Office of General Counsel, Researchers, Informatics Collaborate with the Senior Magnet Program Analyst and Senior Manager for Operations to assess learning needs of applicant organizations, both initial and re-designation as well as organizations in the Pre-Intent program and those generally interested in Magnet. Based on the identified learning needs, develop a variety of instructional methods that can be provided via webinars, calls, email correspondence, the Magnet website, onsite program guidance, yearly MPD meeting and Magnet conference concurrent session. Initiates, maintains, and serves as the project leader for multiple initiatives to improve the Magnet Recognition Program while coordinating efforts with Magnet staff, organizations, and volunteers.  Provides expert knowledge, assessment, and recommendations for the ongoing development and revision of the Magnet manual, Magnet publications, established Magnet programs, services, processes, policies and procedures, special projects, and strategic planning.  Collaborates with the twelve members of the Commission on Magnet. Participates and contributes to the Commission regarding strategic planning and high level decisions impacting the Magnet Recognition Program®.  Prepares a detailed final report and executive summary (100 pages) for the Commission to review in preparation for final decision regarding Magnet designation.  Advises and provides anticipatory guidance and professional expertise. Develops, synthesizes, analyzes, interprets, and provides recommendations on data for official presentation to decision-makers, including the ANCC research council. Monitors quality, effectiveness, and efficiency of all aspects of Magnet operations and identifies quality assurance opportunities for improvement.  Proactively evaluates requirements and needs to consistently improve operations activities. Implements process and technology improvements. Ensures that Magnet operations will maintain or exceed ISO 9000 standards. Manages and directs work flow of specialists and administrative staff within operations division to ensure priorities and application processes are maintained. Specialist work closely with Analyst supporting the entire application and appraisal process. Other duties as assigned. QUALIFICATIONS  Education RN required; Masters Degree required in nursing, administration, business, or education. If Master’s is not in nursing then baccalaureate must be in nursing. Related Work Experience            Minimum 8 years of progressive leadership experience involving project management, progressive upper management in a health related organization or hospital. Skillful communicator Diverse health care experience preferred.   Progressive experience in coordination of projects with multiple complexity and concurrent task coordination requiring attention to detail. Skills Strong management, team building, and project leadership skills.  Political perspective with ability to communicate with executive level stakeholders, utilizing appropriate independent decision making.  Work independently, multi-task under pressure, prioritize effectively, take initiative and be innovative. Strong critical thinking and problem solving skills Must be proficient in Microsoft office products. Project Manager and other software. Must have detailed knowledge and experience in nursing, business, hospital management, and quality improvement theories.  Articulate verbal communication and poise in presenting complex topics to prestigious leadership groups, at national conferences and other formats using many formats: PowerPoint, webcast, IM, and panels. Superior writing and meticulous editing skills required.  Superior customer service and teamwork skills and abilities. Discretion in managing confidential information. FOR IMMEDIATE CONSIDERATION, apply online at*7733985C5945FE86  ANCC’s state of the art office is located in the heart of beautiful downtown Silver Spring, Maryland, just blocks from the Metro and a wide range of restaurants and shops. ANCC offers competitive salaries, a flexible work schedule and great benefits that include the following and many more: •           Attractive benefit plan for Health, Dental, Vision, RX •           3 weeks paid vacation and Christmas week off (paid) •           9 paid holidays, birthday holiday, and 12 sick days •           Excellent matching 401K plan •           Tuition Reimbursement •           Flexible Spending Accounts  

Job Description: Program Coordinator GENERAL SUMMARY OF DUTIES\:   Coordinates day-to-day operational management of the hospitalist program.  Maintains systems and processes that will enhance the quality and cost-effective delivery of patient care.  Provides office support to all program staff and acts as receptionist for the office. Develops and maintains databases that contain essential data that is summarized monthly.  Process daily charges on behalf of the practice. DUTIES INCLUDE BUT NOT LIMITED TO\: 1.       Provides routine office and clerical support to staff in the department, including but not limited to\: a.       Answering phones/processing mail/typing/filing/copying/faxing documents per staff request b.      Meeting scheduling/agenda planning and minute taking with written report generation c.       Maintain provider and group shared calendars in Outlook d.      Supply ordering and maintenance e.      Ordering, receiving, and returning Clinical charts per staff requests 2.       Generate daily Hospitalist Census. 3.       Track and enter patient demographic/billing information\: a.       Ensures the timeliness and accuracy of patient charge entry into the billing system, including appropriate ICD-9 code entries b.      MD daily charge collection, verification, and submission to Accounting 4.       Data entry of MD staffing plan and distributing monthly call schedule to hospital units and communications center. 5.       Receives and reviews charge documents from the clinic. 6.       Ensures charge information provided is correct and accurate. 7.       Enters charges into the Practice Management System. 8.       Balances Charge Summary to tickets keyed before updating charges. 9.       Assists in charge capture by reviewing provider documentation and patient charts. 10.   Ensures the daily and month end close of the clinic. 11.   Works in conjunction with A/R team on follow up and resolution of coding related denials and rejections. 12.   Performs physician education activities as needed in the area of medical billing and coding. 13.   Abstracts CPT-4, HCPCS II and ICD-9-CM from medical records, operative notes, hospital admissions, consults, progress notes and discharges. 14.   Assists in AR management for self pay accounts and balances. 15.   Identifies quality issues with registration activities. 16.   Acts as a resource for Program Directors and Physicians with denials and coding questions. 17.   Keeps supervisor apprised of matters regarding charge entry. 18.   Maintain all charge entry processes which adhere to HCAPS billing compliance standards. 19.   Coordinate physician conference/travel arrangements and reimbursements. 20.   Arranging for new staff needs (IS access, computer, lab coats, keys, pagers, etc). 21.   Act as a liaison to Provider Enrollment and Facility Privileges. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES\: This position requires the following minimal requirements\: ·         Knowledge of eCW, CORE, Practice Greenlight, systems.  and proficiency in Microsoft Office Products. ·         Knowledge of medical terminology. ·         Knowledge of medical coding and CPT-4, HCPCS II and ICD-9-CM. ·         Familiarity with third party billing requirements and payment policies. ·         Skill in organization. ·         Ability to read and understand an Explanation of Benefits/Remittance Advice.   EDUCATION\: An associate or Bachelor's degree in business or related field is preferred.   EXPERIENCE\:  One to two years of billing and charge entry experience in the health care field is required. Medical Office management experience preferred.

Job Description: Marketing Coordinator POSITION SUMMARY\:  Coordinates the Marketing and Community Relations program; assists with strategic planning and budgeting.  Participates in formulating and communicating hospital messages to staff, media, and community through a variety of media including websites, social media, print and television and radio.     In conjunction with the Marketing Director, ensures the accuracy and validity of all material content, and communications disseminated from the marketing department.   Coordinates and facilitates the identification of community service needs for assigned service lines and departments. Plans and organizes special events to market the hospital's services Participates in formulating and communicating hospital messages to staff, media, and community through a variety of media including websites, social media, print and television and radio. Coordinates Speaker Bureau, effectively recruiting subject matter experts to address groups of civic, business and service organizations on health and health-related subjects. Prepares and submits advertising materials to the appropriate publications and/or media outlets within assigned timeframes. Bachelor's Degree in Marketing, Communications or related field A minimum of two years of experience in marketing or public relations; preferably in healthcare field Excellent written and verbal communication skills; strong knowledge of print and broadcast mediums Proficient in Microsoft Office (Excel, Outlook, Word) Critical thinking, service excellence and good interpersonal communication skills, ability to read/comprehend written instructions, ability to follow verbal instructions, PC skills 

Job Description: Coordinator Outreach GENERAL SUMMARY OF DUTIES\: Responsible for providing Accounts Payable support and Physician Outreach Coordination. Greet and respond to customers and vendors in an attentive and professional manner. Take the initiative to assist callers and visitors. Demonstrate outstanding telephone and customer service skills. Schedule and arrange meetings, travel, and business functions. Establish and maintain files for functions and meetings. Assist in preparation of presentations and reports. Collaborate with other executive assistants to complete work and meet the needs of the Continental Division Office.DUTIES INCLUDE BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO\: * Consistently gather information for preparation of reports on a timely basis, requesting assistance from appropriate personnel. * Prepare and process budget reports for review * Consistently complete assignments with a high degree of accuracy and meet deadlines. * Prepare, track, process and approve invoices * Code, copy and submit invoices in a timely manner. * Oversight for the monthly division accrual that is submitted to Finance from Marketing. * Conduct weekly budget tracking meetings with VP of Marketing (tracking budget by code and by service line). This person will also be responsible for YTD budget tracking for Marketing and Community Relations budgets. Coordinate flights for outreach clinics * Coordinate physician schedules * Complete Ethics and Compliance paperwork * Complete and file physician reimbursement * Practice and adhere to the "Code of Conduct" philosophy and "Mission and Value Statement." * Other duties as assigned. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES\: * Ability to prioritize schedules, tasks and needs. * Ability to maintain an efficient flow of information. * Ability to handle details for assigned executives so they can perform the more important duties of their position. * Ability to make decisions and be accountable for those decisions. * Ability to handle difficult situations professionally and with courtesy. Advise appropriate persons of situation. * Ability to organize filing systems and assure timely record retention duties for easy retrieval of information. * Understand the organizational and political structure of the organization; apply knowledge in screening calls to the assigned executives and other executive team members. * Proficient in Microsoft applications, Internet searches, and relevant data bases. * Ability to work independently and under pressure to follow through on issues. * Ability to communicate clearly and concisely, both verbally and in writing. * Ability to establish and maintain long-term customer relationships, building trust and respect by consistently meeting and exceeding expectations. * Ability to work effectively with other employees and external parties. EDUCATION * Meet basic reading, writing, and comprehension requirements. Bachelor's degree preferred. EXPERIENCE * Three years accounting experience * Previous health care experience preferred. CERTIFICATE/LICENSE - N/A

Job Description: “A career that will change your life.”   Gift of Life Donor Program, the non-profit agency serving eastern PA, southern NJ and Del., is responsible for recovering and distributing organs and tissue used in life-saving and life-enhancing transplants.   Explore this excellent career opportunity to join the nation’s leading organ procurement organization.   Transplant Coordinators   Ask our team about what they do, and you’ll hear about more than their intensive clinical and educational roles. You’ll hear how this career is a lifestyle change as you become truly invested in saving donor recipient lives and providing comfort to donor families. You will work autonomously to coordinate the clinical evaluation and management of potential organ donors, surgical recovery and determination of organ placement. Throughout, you’ll also have outstanding peer and administrative support.   Position requires RN or EMT-P with 2 years of critical care experience. Excellent compensation includes a 403(B), educational assistance and a company automobile.   Submit your resume and salary reqs to: Human Resources, 401 North 3rd Street, Philadelphia, PA 19123-4101 Fax: 215-963-0702 email:   EOE

Job Description: Staff Education Coordinator CHAP Accredited, Hospice of New York is seeking a dynamic, experienced, Hospice Nurse Educator, with commitment to staff enrichment. Desired candidate is goal oriented, self-motivated, with high energy, initiative and exemplary interpersonal skills. Experience should include hands-on, classroom, and in one-on-one teaching environments.   Main responsibilities to develop, coordinate and present training and development programs for all employees. Responsible to identify company-wide development needs and to tailor trainings specific to learner needs. Also responsible to plan and coordinate training and development activities for our contracted facilities and contracted vendor staff. Position will be in Long Island City, Queens, NY Requirements: BSN minimum, MSN preferred. NYS RN License required. 3+ years in hospice or palliative care nursing. 2+ years in Training & Development; Exceptional written and oral communication skills; Proficiency in Microsoft applications; Word, Excel, PowerPoint Presentations and medical records applications; CHPN certification required within 6 months of hire. Exceptional interpersonal skills; Must have a reliable automobile, valid driver’s license and the minimum state required liability auto insurance.   Compensation commensurate with credentials and experience. Generous Benefit Package.  $3,000 Sign-On Bonus   F/T Community Hospice RN - Bronx Responsibilities: Provides nursing assessment, planning and care to maximize the comfort and health of patients and families in accordance with the interdisciplinary Plan of Care. Supervises Qualifications: Registered Nurse licensed in NY state;2+ years of RN experience (med-surg/ homecare/ hospice) preferred; Ability to work with limited supervision; Strong interpersonal skills; Collaborative and team-oriented personality. Reliable motor vehicle required; Experience with Electronic Medical Records a plus. Bilingual English / Spanish speaking a definite plus.   Compensation commensurate with credentials and experience. Generous Benefit Package   To apply send cover letter & resume: Attn: Human Resource Dept. Fax: 718-784-1413 Website: HONY is an equal opportunity employer 

Job Description: Unit and/or Region Healthcare Coordinator East-West Province of the Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur Location:   Metro Boston and South Boston The Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur US East-West Province, an International Congregation of women religious,  are seeking a part-time Healthcare Coordinator to work with a team of Healthcare Coordinators for the sisters in the Metro Boston & South Boston area The health care coordinators work with Sisters living in local communities or living singly to ensure that their health and wellness needs are met by healthcare providers, healthcare facilities, both SND and non-SND, family and others.   Minimum Requirement:   Bachelor Degree in nursing or a health related field, and experience as a nurse (RN, LPN, etc.). Knowledge of and experience working with a senior population would be is helpful. To Apply:  Please submit a cover letter, resume, and three (3) references to  in Human Resources.    

Job Description: Unit and/or Region Healthcare Coordinator East-West Province of the Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur Location: Windsor & Hartford Connecticut and plus Surrounding Areas The Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur US East-West Province, an International Congregation of women religious,  are seeking a part-time Healthcare Coordinator to work with a team of Healthcare Coordinators for the sisters in the, Windsor and Hartford, Connecticut,  and  plus Surrounding areas   The health care coordinators work with Sisters living in local communities or living singly to ensure that their health and wellness needs are met by healthcare providers, healthcare facilities, both SND and non-SND, family and others.   Minimum Requirement:   Bachelor Degree in nursing or a health related field, and experience as a nurse (RN, LPN, etc.). Knowledge of and experience working with a senior population would be is helpful. To Apply:  Please submit a cover letter, resume, and three (3) references to  in Human Resources.

Job Description: NURSES THRIVE IN BKLYN   Maimonides Medical Center is an award winning full service academic medical center serving the health care needs of the 2.5 million residents of Brooklyn – New York City’s largest borough.   NURSE PRACTITIONERS NYS certification and registration required   • Metabolic Support Services (Full Time, Day Shifts) • Heart Failure (Full Time, Day Shifts) • Thoracic Surgery (Full Time, 8-Hour Day & 12-Hour Night Shifts) • Cardiac Services (Full Time, 12-Hour Night Shifts) • Cardiothoracic ICU (Full Time, 12-Hour Night Shifts) • Employee Health Services (Part Time, 7-Hour/3-Day Shifts) • LVAD Coordinator (Full Time, 9-Hour/4-Day Shifts)   We offer competitive compensation and a comprehensive benefits package. To apply for any of the positions listed above, please submit your resume to: Email: or Fax: 718-283-8082. EOE   MMCBROOKLYN.ORG

Job Description: Content Coordinator JOB SUMMARY  As part of a recently created Corporate Affairs content and communications team, the Content Coordinator will work collaboratively across HCA departments and business units to develop, repurpose, inventory and manage content (text, video, links, graphics). As Content Coordinator, your work will help lead our strategy to nurture our engagement with patients through our websites, digital patient portal, social media, print materials and other means. This role will also be important in how we help consumers and patients discover and assess HCA services and other clinical capabilities, with the goal of helping them engage with HCA to manage their healthcare. Content includes, but is not limited to, information specific to medical conditions and/or treatment, health- and wellness-related material, marketing/sales copy, video and graphics/visuals. The position may also be responsible for generating and maintaining content for enterprise-wide internal communications and use in media relations/PR. The Content Coordinator will play a significant role in supporting our field marketing organizations through collaboration with corporate marketing and CRM teams.   RESPONSIBILITIES Write, ghostwrite, edit or repurpose copy for multi-discipline use across a wide variety of channels (websites, social media, email marketing, print) Proactively translate content intended for clinical audiences for publication and/or presentation to consumer/patient audiences, ensuring timely delivery in line with company marketing/CRM strategies Review current content processes and help establish Corporate guidelines and standards around the use and accuracy of consumer/patient-facing content that is used by the enterprise Contribute to management of an editorial calendar to plan content coverage around national healthcare observances, annual company-wide occurrences, etc. Serve as rapid response point person for content that will support "breaking news" for consumers around a specific health-related topic Assist in building and deploying the Content Team's operations and strategy - i.e. delivery methods, develop new standards for "syndicated content," taxonomy/search engine optimization, internal review/approval process, etc. Help build and manage an inventory of clinical content (including from vendor/partner feeds) that can be accessed and used/localized by the field             QUALIFICATIONS Excellent writing skills and editorial ability Can distill complex clinical ideas into easy-to-understand language Has a journalistic eye, can figure out what makes the heart of a story EDUCATION Bachelor's Degree plus 2 or more years of experience, preferably in a clinical or healthcare-related setting generating/managing content or providing content/consultation for the following audiences\: consumers, patients, clinicians and healthcare administrators.  EXPERIENCE  Previous content marketing or journalism experience strongly preferred. Prior experience/documented ability to translate health content into consumer-friendly information Demonstrate sound judgment and strong critical thinking abilities Uses a systematic approach to solve problems, and bases decisions on comprehensive analysis and outcomes evaluation Ability to ensure that content is congruent with HCA strategic goals and the promise of HCA to better the patient experience Stays up-to-date in current events and pop culture, especially topics relating to health and wellness Maintains exemplary professional interpersonal communication skills, is highly motivated, collaborates well with teams, and demonstrates good customer relationship skills ADDITIONAL DESIRED SKILLS Experience with digital marketing, online content strategy creation and management Knowledge of SEO tactics related to content Experience with web content management systems Familiarity with website analytic reporting like Google Analytics and Omniture

Job Description: Stroke Coordinator Kingwood Medical Center - Kingwood, Texas Stroke Coordinator The most advanced hospital services available in the Houston area are right in your own backyard at Kingwood Medical Center. As part of the nationwide HCA Healthcare system, Kingwood patients have access to advanced medical care and physicians trained at top hospitals. HCA and Kingwood Medical Center also provide the communities of Northeast Houston, Humble, New Caney and Cleveland, Texas with education and outreach programs. Our doctors, nurses and staff are committed to preserving and extending the health of our patients. Here are just a few ways we show that commitment\: 24-hour emergency room Innovative and customized cardiovascular services, including heart and vascular surgery State of the art imaging and endoscopy services for more accurate diagnosis and treatment plans Inpatient rehab for physical recovery from stroke, trauma, orthopedic injuries and more Neurosciences program including our Joint-Commission-accredited Primary Stroke Center and the Sleep Center of Excellence Women's Center and pediatric services with access to pediatric specialists 24/7 Kingwood Medical Center is currently accepting applications for Stroke Coordinator. Responsibilities\:   The responsibilities of the Stroke Program Coordinator shall include administration of program under guidance of Medical Director and TJC Core Measure Standards Providing guidance and input of the Stroke Program from education of all levels of staff to reporting of progress meeting TJC Core Measures Reviewing and presenting Stroke Data at designated Medical Staff meetings, Director meetings Participating in and/or guiding development of quality improvement activities that ensure continued improvement of care delivery Providing clinical instruction, training, and information relating to the Stroke Program to various groups such as Medical Staff, Nursing Staff, EMS Staff, and Community Lead, coordinate and keep minutes of all Stroke Core Measure Dept Directors Program meetings Participate in Stroke related conferences and teaching programs Performing functions within the Stroke Program as necessary to assure the Hospital's compliance with appropriate accrediting bodies Provide direction in development of policies, procedures, and protocols related to the Stroke Program Presenting/representing the Stroke Program at appropriate hospital and community meetings Collaborating with physicians and nurses to ensure timely resolution of issues or updates to program Complete 8 hours of Sullivan Group training or specific stroke related education annually  #LI-GULF     Bachelor's degree in nursing or related field is desired. Current Texas Registered Nurse. Two (2) years experience, within the last five (5) years, in acute medical/surgical/neurological or Rehabilitation nursing. Experience is desirable in acute stroke research or other related area and interventional studies in order to develop and implement stroke awareness, prevention, risk identification, and stroke scale measurements. Ability to use adult education skills necessary in order to support patient and staff learning and information needs at a level normally acquired through further training in Adult Education or Nursing. Interpersonal and public speaking skills necessary in order to communicate effectively with multicultural patients, families, physicians, hospital staff and the public. Analytical skills necessary in order to develop and implement program plans and effective education techniques, and evaluate program effectiveness. Ability to concentrate and pay close attention to detail, resolve patient care problems and identify patient needs, to nursing and physicians. Basic to advanced computer skills, Microsoft Word, Excel and other database applications.  Must effectively read, write and verbally communicate in the English language.    

Job Description: Materials Coordinator The Ambulatory Surgery Division operates over 100 ambulatory surgery centers' across the U.S. Ambulatory Surgery Centers (ASCs) perform surgeries that do not require hospital admission. They provide cost-effective services and a convenient environment. Procedures are performed in a fully equipped operating room and recovery is under the care of highly skilled nurses. Whether young or old or somewhere in between, patients and their families benefit from the comfortable environment ASCs have to offer. Surgeries performed include eye, ear, nose and throat (ENT), general surgery, gynecologic, plastic surgery, podiatry and orthopedics. Apply Now! Come Join our Team! POSITION SUMMARY\: The Materials Coordinator provides a variety of administrative support functions and controls and coordinates equipment, supplies, and future planning for the center. RESPONSIBILITIES\: I. Establishes and maintains inventory levels and related controls of supplies and equipment for the center. 2. Initiates purchase requests for supplies, instruments and minor equipment. 3. Confers with physicians and nursing staff on special product or equipment needs and initiates trial use if indicated. 4. In conjunction with supervisor, physicians and support staff assists in the development of improved procedures, workflow, and cost reduction programs. 5. Responsible for maintaining high ethical practices in purchasing procedures, and contractual relationships with vendors. 6. Restock all supplies and inventory as needed, 7. Assists when needed in OR. 8. Maintains accurate purchase records by coordinating packing information and invoices with ordering requests. 9. Returns or exchanges inventory and supplies not needed or incorrectly ordered.  Ensures proper credit where necessary. 10. Supports and adheres to HCA Code of Conduct, related Ethics and Compliance policies and HIPAA requirements. EDUCATION\: * Some college preferred. EXPERIENCE\: * Minimum (1) year of experience in a medical office setting highly preferred. (i.e. ambulatory surgery center, hospital, doctors office) preferred. * Minimum (1) year of experience in materials management. * Some accounting/bookkeeping experience helpful. CERTIFICATE/LICENSE\: * BLS may be required as per facility standard.

Job Description: Credentialing Coordinator Menorah Medical Center - Overland Park, KS   Menorah Medical Center, a 158-bed, acute care hospital located on the corner of 119th and Nall in Overland Park, serves our community's healthcare needs by providing compassionate care and some of the most advanced treatment options available in the Kansas City area. MMC has a comprehensive medical staff with more than 600 physicians who offer exceptional experiences and extraordinary medicine for adults, newborns, children and teens.     Menorah Medical Center is currently looking for a Credentialing Coordinator.   Position Summary\:           The Credentialing Coordinator provides supports to the Medical Staff members and the office of Medical Staff Services under the supervision of the Director of Medical Staff Services.  Responsibilities include\:  Appointments/ Reappointments to the Medical Staff, Appointments/Reappointments to the Allied Health Professional Staff, assisting in the processing of requests for temporary privileges.  Maintains office files and current licensure/insurance information in collaboration with the credentialing process center CPC), generates the Emergency On-Call lists and distributes it on a timely basis, provides day-to-day continuity of Medical Staff Office affairs, provides other general support to the organized Medical Staff and as requested by the Department Director. Minimum Requirements\:           Education\:     High School, some college preferred.  CPCS or CPMSM certification preferred.           Licensure/         Certifications\:Basic medical terminology, above average skills in Microsoft Office at 70 WPM, excellent detail oriented organizational skills, willing to learn additional software.  Planning and organizational experience with proficiency in prioritizing complex workloads and ability to staff office when Medical Staff Director is unavailable.           Experience\:   Minimum two years clerical experience in health care related field.  Previous experience in a Medical Staff Services Office desirable.

Job Description: Compliance Coordinator POSITION SUMMARY\: Assists in managing the Radiology Department to achieve department goals.  Assist Director, quality assurance, staff development/education, and regulatory agency compliance.   JOB FUNCTIONS\: Every effort has been made to make this job description as complete as possible.  However, it in no way states or implies that these are the only duties the incumbent will be required to perform.  The omission of specific statements of duties does not exclude them from the position if the work is similar, related, or is a logical assignment to the position.   POSITION RESPONSIBILITIES\: Builds and implements support systems that facilitates an interdisciplinary direct approach to quality care and service Fosters positive communication and works cooperatively with Director of Radiology, Radiologist, medical staff and other departments Maintains records and documentation Educates staff, patients and family Attendance and being on time, ready to work your scheduled hours is an essential job function. Delivers customer focused care utilizing the seven Star Service Standards to include transport of patients as necessary to facilitate optimal patient care/flow. **  Coding experience and Interventional Imaging experience is preferred   POSITION REQUIREMENTS/QUALIFICATIONS\:   Education\:    Professional school Licensure/certification/registration\:    ARRT Experience\:      5 years staff technologist required Special Skills & Qualifications\:   Ability to listen, interact and communicate verbally and in writing.     AGES OF PATIENTS SERVED\:      Birth - 1 year (Neonatal/Infant); 1 - 11 years (Child/Pediatric); 12 -17 years (Adolescent); 18 - 64 years (Adult); 65 years and older     MENTAL AND EMOTIONAL REQUIREMENTS\: The incumbent must manage stress appropriately, make decisions under pressure, manage anger/fear/hostility/violence, handle multiple priorities and be able to work alone.   ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS\:  The incumbent may be exposed to dust/fumes/helicopters, x-ray/electromagnetic energy, moving mechanical parts, electric shock, communicable diseases and blood borne pathogens.  The incumbent will spend approximately 75% of their time indoors.    PHYSICAL DEMANDS\:  MEDIUM WORK\:  Lifting 50 lbs. maximum with frequent lifting and/or carrying of object weighing up to 25 lbs.  This position also requires that the incumbent, on some occasions, must be able to lift and/or carry items up to 25 pounds, push or pull items having a maximum weight of 50 pounds and be able to stoop, bend or kneel as necessary.  During normal execution of the responsibilities of this job, the incumbent will sit approximately 20% of the time, stand 40% of the time and walk 40% of the time.  This position will also require repetitive arm/hand movements and the incumbent must have visual acuity for near objects.   CONTACTS / INTERACTS WITH\:  Employees, Visitors, Patients, Management Staff, Physicians, Volunteers

Job Description: Description: Provide supervision and model exemplary clinical service delivery in the areas of evaluation and intervention in all areas of speech, language and swallowing to graduate level student clinicians within Midwestern University’s Speech-Language Institute and surrounding community.  Responsibilities include: observe/evaluate and provide feedback to student clinicians in clinical service delivery and interactions with families of clients; conduct meetings with student clinicians to provide feedback and direction in clinical work; assist and advise student clinicians in development of goals/objectives as well as in drafting/revising various types of clinical documentation and reports; model evaluation/therapy techniques as appropriate; complete reviews of daily notes and billing in EHR system; assist in development of additional clinical programs such as specialized groups or screenings; participate in supervisor meetings with other faculty; complete other clinical tasks and administrative tasks as assigned. Applicants should have clinical expertise primarily in pediatrics, however skill in working with adult speech and language disorders would also be advantageous.   Part time needs include seeking applicants for afternoon/early evening hours at least two days a week.   Requirements: Knowledge of core principles of clinical supervision. Demonstrated skills in supervision of student clinicians in the field of speech and language. Knowledge of evidence based evaluation and intervention service delivery for pediatric and adult populations.  Master’s Degree plus minimum 3 years job-related experience. ASHA CCC-SLP and IL Licensure in SLP   Qualified applicants should submit a current resume and a statement describing qualifications for this position to Kathleen Post, M.S., CCC-SLP, Clinic Coordinator, MWU Speech-Language Institute; 3450 Lacey Road; Downers Grove, IL 60515;    Application materials may be mailed or emailed. Midwestern University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer that does not discriminate against an employee or applicant based upon race, color, religion, gender, national origin, disability, or veterans status, in accord with 41 C.F.R. 60-1.4(a), 250.5(a), 300.5(a) and 741.5(a). We maintain a drug-free workplace and perform pre-employment substance abuse testing.

Job Description: PEDIATRIC NURSING   Strength, Courage & Heart                        La Rabida Children’s Hospital is Chicago’s only hospital dedicated solely to caring for children with chronic illness and disabilities as well as those abused or neglected.  To qualify for one of the following opportunities at our beautiful lakeside setting, you must possess current IL RN license with pediatric nursing experience:   ADMINISTRATIVE NURSE COORDINATOR Part-Time Evenings & Nights Management experience required for this off-shift Nurse Supervisor.     STAFF RNs – ACUTE CARE CLINIC Full-Time Flex Shifts (7am – 7:30pm & 11am – 11:30pm) Pediatric and emergency nursing experience required.   STAFF RNs – INPATIENT Full-Time Nights (7pm – 7am) Dedication to pediatric nursing for chronically ill and disabled patients essential.   Enjoy exceptional rewards including competitive pay, generous PTO (36 paid days off for full-time positions), tuition reimbursement and more!  Plus, you’ll appreciate the beauty of our convenient location on the shores of Lake Michigan, just minutes from downtown!  For immediate consideration, please apply online at:  LA RABIDA CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL   EOE m/f/d/v

Job Description: One Family. Many Opportunities.   Extended Home Care Agency provides high quality services to members/patients in all boroughs of New York City, as well as Nassau and Suffolk County. RN Case Manager   Responsible for the case management of quality home care services rendered to patients.   Responsibilities: •             Plans, implements, manages and evaluates the provision of both professional and ancillary home health services to ensure that all patient’s needs are met and quality care is provided in accordance with Federal, State and Agency guidelines. •             Establishes and updates the care plan with written input from the patient/caregiver, physician and other multidisciplinary health team members. •             Completes all required documentation according to agency policy and in a timely manner which include; interdisciplinary referral form, 485, OASIS, interim physician orders and coordination notes. •             Manages the activity of the multidisciplinary team providing care to patients as well as ensure that all visits scheduled and provided are authorized and covered by a physician order. •             Reviews reports, evaluates ongoing patient care needs and communicates those needs to the physician. •             Maintains proficiency in clinical and administrative skills. •             Demonstrates sound judgment and independent problem solving skills in order to initiate appropriate intervention with regard to patient’s psychosocial and/or physical impairment. •             Facilitates the care of the patient in the home setting by utilizing appropriate community resources, counseling and teaching patient and patient’s family and advocating on behalf of the patient. •             Communicates case load and patient care issues to the Clinical Manager. •             Updates the Home Health Aide plan of care, communicates with Home Health Aide Coordinator. •             Develops, implements, and carries out a discharge plan in conjunction with the Primary field, patient/caregiver and members of the health care team. Interprets agency policy to patient and patient’s families. •             Ensures that all visits made have prior authorization if required by the patient’s managed care insurance company. Works collaboratively with managed care insurance company. •             Monitors the quality of therapeutic service through written and verbal communications with all disciplines. Participates in performance improvement activities, team meetings and orientation as requested. •             Demonstrates sound judgment by taking appropriate actions regarding suspected violation of corporate compliance regulations. •             Reports all suspected violations to supervisor, Compliance Officer or Compliance Hotline. •             Performs other nursing activities as directed.   Qualifications: •             Graduate of an accredited School of Nursing required. BSN preferred. •             Current Registered Nurse license with NYS Department of Education required. •             Minimum of 1 year recent medical/surgical nursing experience required. •             Experience with MRDD patient and/or Public/Community Health preferred.   We offer competitive salaries and excellent benefits including training, support and professional growth.   Please visit our website at and click on the “Apply Now” tab to send us your resume or you can fax your resume indicating position of interest and location to 212-564-7812.   Extended MLTC is an Equal Opportunity Employer. 

Job Description: One Family. Many Opportunities.   Extended Managed Long Term Care provides high quality services to members/patients in all boroughs of New York City, as well as Nassau and Suffolk County. Enrollment Specialist, RN   Bilingual English/Cantonese, Mandarin, Spanish, Korean, Bengali, Tagalog, Fuzhounese, Vietnamese and Russian needed to work in all boroughs   Responsible for enrollment of new members by collaborating with caregivers and PCP.   Responsibilities: •             Provides assessment of newly referred patients, assess health needs and eligibility for home care services. •             Develops and implement treatment plans in conjunction with the Home Care Coordinator, Physician, and patient/caregiver. •             Conferences with Care Manager and Enrollment Manager to assure appropriate services are in place. •             Documents accurately and completely in patients clinical record. •             Submits written documentation on timely basis in accordance with Agency policy. •             Makes referral for other services as needed. •             Maintains updated professional knowledge and participates in patient education programs to ensure optimum quality of patient care. •             Perform other nursing activities as directed.  •             Conducts comprehensive clinical, psycho-social, and financial risk assessments of potential members for enrollment to the MLTC program across multiple regions. •             Evaluates appropriateness of membership based on NYS assessment criteria. •             Develops initial plan of care for new members, which includes selecting and authorizing services, supplies, equipment, environmental modification, durable medical equipment and medications, etc. Collaborates with Nurse Care Manager on implementation of the plan of care. •             Identifies appropriate home health aide hours based on Personal Care Assessment/other appropriate tools and program guidelines; with member and family regarding level of service. •             Obtain complete and accurate information for each potential enrollee. Approves eligibility of potential enrollee based on government standards and program criteria such as Universal Assessment Tool II, medical coverage, age, etc. Reviews application for completion and accuracy. •             Stays abreast of current and potential changes to federal, state and local statutes and regulations and applicable quality assurance standards. Makes recommendations to Enrollment Manager based on changes. •             Makes recommendations in regard to enrollment policies and procedures. Adheres to MLTC rules and regulations. •             Participates in special projects and performs other duties, as required.   Qualifications: •             Current New York State License as Registered Nurse •             One (1) year general Medical – Surgical Nursing experience required •             Able to meet health standards of employment •             Must successfully complete orientation •             Prior home care experience preferred   We offer competitive salaries and excellent benefits including training, support and professional growth.   Please visit our website at and click on the “Apply Now” tab to send us your resume or you can fax your resume indicating position of interest and location to 212-564-7812.   Extended MLTC is an Equal Opportunity Employer.  

Job Description: Clinical Nurse Manager – PNO Sisters of Providence Health System Full Time 40 hours- days   Accountable for supervision and coordination of personnel in Primary Care and Specialty departments. Collaborates with the physician leadership and other managers to provide supervision and coaching to members of the health care team to achieve integrated and coordinated patient care. Ensures a focus on high quality care and service, as well as consistent compliance with clinical guidelines and processes. Working within the health care team, provides skilled nursing care as needed. Supervises direct patient care provided by Clinical Supervisors, RNs, LPNs and MAs.   Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: 1.            Graduate of an accredited school of nursing with current RN licensure in the State of Massachusetts. 2.            BSN or related Bachelor's degree preferred. 3.            Minimum of five (5) years of experience in clinical area. 4.            Minimum of two (2) years supervisory experience and demonstrated skill in developing and coaching staff required.   For a full list of responsibilities, or to apply, please click here or visit   Diversity is important! An equal opportunity employer. A member of Sisters of Providence and Trinity Health.   Contact Us: PI95365486  

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