EPWORTH At HOME Job Opportunitie

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  • Epworth at Home Job Opportunities for You
  • We Are Growing
  • 14901 N. Pennsylvania, Oklahoma City, Ok. 73134
  • 405.767.9033
  • Apply On-Line
  • https://epworthvilla.org/careers/
  • Clinical Manager Home Health
  • The Clinical Manager Home Health oversees, and assures delivery of all patient care and services according to professionally accepted standards of practice. In addition, he or she is responsible for supervising clinical personnel as assigned.
     
  • The ideal candidate has a degree in Nursing from an approved school of nursing as determined by the Board of Nursing. In addition, at least two years of home health care experience, preferred.
     
  • Sign-on Bonus
    Sign on Bonus is paid to Full-Time hires only, and will be paid out in increments over the first year of employment.
     
  • **$5,000 SIGN-ON BONUS: Bonus will be paid out at $400 after 30/60/90 days of employment, $600 after 120/150 days of employment, $1,000 after 180 days of employment and $1,600 after 210 days of employment. **
  • RESPONSIBILITIES
  • Ensures the      consistent availability of all care/services offered by the agency.
  • Manages and      coordinates the provision of quality home health services to patients from      admission to discharge.
  • Participates      with the physician, referral sources and professional staff in decisions      regarding patient eligibility and suitability of home health services.
  • Evaluates, and      regularly re-evaluates the needs of the patient; initiates, develops,      implements and makes necessary revisions to the patient's plan of care.      Assesses the patient's continual care needs.
  • Works      cooperatively with the Administrator on staffing, referral sources,      physician and client concerns/needs.
  • Assists with and      coordinates training of appropriate staff and conducts performance      evaluations of the team to ensure quality care, compliance, and fiscal      responsibility.
  • Coordinates      regular case/team conferences and promotes communication of information      relevant to the patient care process to ensure quality of care and      coordination of services.
  • Applies      knowledge of Federal/State rules and regulations, ACHC accreditation      standards, and other regulatory requirements to ensure compliance and      quality standards for the patients.
  • Recommends and      arranges for resources needed to provide care/services.
  • Acts in the      place of the Administrator when needed.
  • Assures the      availability of qualified clinical supervision of direct care personnel      24/7. 
  • Participates in      agency quality assurance activities designed to improve quality and      continuity of patient care.
  • Plans      performance improvement activities in conjunction with the Administrator      to improve patient outcomes.
  • Maintains      performance improvement data, compiles aggregate reports monthly.
  • Conducts monthly      QA meetings reporting on data compiled, performance improvement activities      and findings.
  • Completes      monthly chart audits of 10% of patient census.
  • Completes new      employee orientation for clinical staff.
  • Conducts initial      and on-going competency checks for clinical staff.
  • Coordinates      regular in-service training for clinical staff.
  • Informs the      physician and other personnel of changes in the patient's needs and      outcomes of interventions as indicated, or delegates as appropriate.
  • Applies specific      criteria for admission and re-certification to home health to establish      appropriate levels of care and the patient's eligibility.
  • Utilizes case      management approach and referring to other services as needed.
  • Determines scope      and frequency of services needed based on acuity and patient and      family/caregiver needs.
  • Evaluates the      patient and family/caregiver response to care on an ongoing basis.
  • Assesses the      ability of the caregiver to meet the patient's immediate needs upon      admission and throughout care.
  • Evaluates own      needs for support and using identified system(s) to meet the need.
  • Complies with      organization's policies and procedures.
  • Maintains      proficiency with the agency's electronic medical record.
  • Reviews all      clinical visit notes for accuracy and compliance with regulations.
  • Provides coding      and OASIS support to admitting clinicians.
  • Participates in      on-call rotation.
  • Provides direct      patient care as staffing requires.
  • Performs other      duties as assigned
  •  QUALIFICATIONS
  • Degree in      Nursing from an approved school of nursing as determined by the Board of      Nursing, required.
  • Current state      license as a Registered Nurse
  • At least two (2)      years of home health care experience, preferred.
  • Experience in      supervising and developing staff
  • Communication      and interpersonal skills to develop relationships with clients, staff, and      providers
  • Must be able to      work a variable and flexible schedule
  • Able to problem      solve and work effectively with others
  • Must be able to      occasionally exert 50 to 100 pounds of force
  • Current driver's      license and proof of automobile insurance in this state
  • Current      CPR/First Aid certification through the American Heart Association
  •  BENEFITS
  • Medical      Insurance
  • Dental Insurance
  • Vision Insurance
  • Life Insurance
  • Long-term      Disability Insurance
  • Short-term      Disability Insurance
  • 401(k)
  • Paid Time Off      (PTO)
  • RN Case Manager Home Health, Full-Time Job Opportunity for You
  • Epworth at Home: Home Health: Hospice: Private Duty            14901 N. Pennsylvania: Oklahoma City: 73134: 405.767.9033
  • We Are Growing and Have Job Openings in Home Health and Hospice:
  • Apply On Company Site:          https://epworthvilla.org/careers/      
  • RN Case Manager Home Health, Full-Time
  • RN Case Manager Hospice, Full-Time
  •  ​ ​The Registered Nurse Case Manager plans, organizes, and directs home care services and is experienced in nursing with an emphasis on community health education/experience. The professional nurse coordinates home care services with the physician and interdisciplinary team and supervises the LPN and Home Health aides. He or she provides direct care and patient assessments and rotates in on-call coverage.

     
  • The ideal candidate is a graduate of an accredited school of nursing, is licensed as an RN in this state, and has one to two years of recent nursing experience. One year of home health care experience is preferred.
     
  • **$3,500 SIGN-ON BONUS for full-time only: Bonus will be paid out at $250 after 30/60 days of employment, $500 after 90/120/150/180 days of employment, $1,000 after 210 days of employment. **
  • RESPONSIBILITIES
  • · Completes an initial assessment of patient and family to determine home care needs and provides a complete physical assessment and history of current and previous illnesses
  • · Develops a care plan that establishes goals based on nursing diagnosis and incorporates therapeutic, preventive, and rehabilitative nursing actions, including the patient and the family in the planning process
  • · Initiates the plan of care, regularly re-evaluates patient nursing needs, and makes necessary revisions as patient status and needs change
  • · Initiates appropriate preventive and rehabilitative nursing procedures, administers medications and treatments as prescribed by the physician, provides direct patient care as defined in the State Nurse Practice Act
  • · Counsels the patient and family in meeting nursing and related needs
  • · Provides health care instructions to the patient as appropriate per assessment and plan of care
  • · Identifies discharge planning needs as part of the care plan development and implements prior to discharge of the patient
  • · Acts as Case Manager when assigned and assumes responsibility to coordinate patient care for assigned caseload
  • · Prepares clinical notes and updates the primary physician as needed; communicates with the physician regarding the patient’s needs and reports any changes in the patient’s condition; obtains/receives physician’s orders as required; and communicates with community health related persons to coordinate the care plan
  • · Participates in on-call duties; ensures that arrangements for equipment and other necessary items and services are available; and instructs, supervises and evaluates home health aide care provided
  • · Performs other duties as assigned
  •  QUALIFICATIONS
  • · Current state license as a Registered Nurse
  • · One year of home health care experience preferred
  • · Current CPR/First Aid certification through the American Heart Association
  • · Communication and interpersonal skills to develop relationships with clients, staff, and providers
  • · Must be able to occasionally exert 50 to 100 pounds of force
  • · Current driver's license and proof of automobile insurance in this state
  • · Must have reliable transportation
  •  BENEFITS
  • · Medical Insurance
  • · Dental Insurance
  • · Vision Insurance
  • · Life Insurance
  • · Long-term Disability Insurance
  • · Short-term Disability Insurance
  • · 401(k)
  • · Paid Time Off (PTO)

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