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Provides multiple aspects of care to patients in an Occupational Health/Urgent Care clinic setting. These services include diagnostic testing and assisting physicians, staff and patients with all aspects of patient care. Prior experience in occupational health office setting.
Graduate of LVN or certified Medical Assisting Program. Knowledge of basic anatomy, medical terminology, insurance verification and billing procedures. Strong organizational and time management skills. Computer knowledge. Ability to manage multi-line telephone systems. Professional in attire and attitude. Demonstrated ability to work harmoniously with others in a team environment. Demonstrated ability to provide a customer service focus. Bilingual in Spanish or Cantonese Licensed Vocational Nurse, Certified Medical Assistant, or recipient of diploma from Medical Assisting Program. OPTIONAL - Breath Alcohol, NIOSH-approved Spirometry, Occupational Hearing Conservationist.
Responsible for providing direct and indirect patient care through use of the nursing process and maintenance of standards of professional nursing practice. Responsible for the coordination of the hospital's Japanese Corporate and Travelers' Medical Services administered by the Franciscan Treatment Room. Provides Nursing consultation with expatriate employees and families of subsidiaries of Japanese corporations located in the San Francisco Bay Area, and Japanese travelers visiting San Francisco.
Experience in acute setting such as Emergency Services or Urgent Care required. Must be a graduate of an accredited School of Nursing or vocational nursing school. Baccalaureate degree preferred. Must have experience in Case Management, Managed Care, Medicare, Medi-Cal, Capitated, Senior, Commercial and HMO insurance regulations. Must be fluent in English and Japanese, with medical proficiency. Breath Alcohol trained required. NIOSH approved spirometry trained required. Certified Occupational Hearing Conservationist. required. Also required: RN license, and BLS certification (AHA-approved).
Preferred/Desired: Knowledge of Workers' Compensation, federal Medicare regulations, state Medi-Cal regulations.
-Consistently and positively communicates and collaborates with colleagues, supervisors, and customers, both internal and external
-Efficiently and independently plans time, meets deadlines, initiates and follows through on tasks
-Listens respectfully and carefully, demonstrating flexibility in working with others
-Demonstrates sensitivity to people of different cultures and works effectively with them
-Meets attendance standards and uses timekeeping system accurately and consistently
JOIN US NOW as we are seeking a dynamic RN assess patient/ family health problems and resources, taking a leadership role in the development, implementation and outcomes evaluation of a plan for nursing care. The RN provides professional nursing care and interventions to acutely ill adult patient populations. Position requires providing service to one or more age groups including young adults through geriatric patients in a manner that demonstrates and understanding of the functional/developmental age of the individual served. Position requires the full understanding and active participation in fulfilling the Mission of the organization. It is expected that the employee demonstrate behavior consistent with the Core Values. The RN will support the organizations strategic plan, goals and direction of the hospital wide performance improvement plan.
Located in Phoenix, AZ, this position is critical to the success of St. Joseph's Hospital Medical Center and requires the full understanding and active participation in fulfilling the Mission of Dignity Health.
The incumbent collaborates with the multidisciplinary team to provide care for adult and pediatric septic patients. Provides clinical and professional expertise to focus on health promotion and disease prevention in a manner that is consistent with the Mission and Philosophy of the Sisters of Mercy.
This position will support both Mercy Hospital Folsom and Sierra Nevada Memorial Hospital in Grass Valley.
- Provides leadership for the sepsis program.
- Member of the Sepsis Alert team.
- Collaborates with hospital educators to develop and implement sepsis focused education.
- Ensures evidence-based protocols and therapies are the standard of care followed within the facility.
- Collaborates with medical and clinical staff to provide multidisciplinary care to septic patients.
- Collaborates with Quality Management to communicate real time feedback to clinicians regarding missing bundle elements and required documentation.
- Collaborates with the nursing team to develop and implement plans of care including individualized teaching plans for patients and families.
- Analyzes data trends to assist with documentation, coding, clinical care, and improved outcomes.
- Participates in rounding on patients with identified sepsis and proactively responds to patient needs to improve patient outcomes and positively impact overall patient experience.
SUMMARY - The Staff RN coordinates, supervises and implements patient care based on competence, professional expertise, knowledge and evidence-based practice. The Registered Nurse is expected to practice autonomously, consistent with professional standards, Nurse Practice Act and hospital job description.
The Staff Nurse II is responsible for direct and indirect delivery of patient care for a wide variety of patient population through the use of the nursing process and maintenance of the standards of professional nursing practice. The Registered Nurse promotes compliance and support of policies and achieves trust in professional collegial relationships.
The Bruce and Deborah Downey Neuro Rehabilitation Center at St. Joseph's Hospital and Medical Center has an opportunity for a PHYSICAL THERAPIST to work with a team of highly skilled therapists. Provides patient care including evaluating patient, developing plan of care, establishing goals, and assessing progress toward the attainment of goals. Consults with other health care disciplines to coordinate treatment and discharge planning.
The Enterprise Identify Management Assistant position will have responsibility for partnering with Dignity Health colleagues to research, and resolve patient and provider identity and associated information structures across multiple corporate data management systems and among diverse hospital and corporate departments. Accountabilities:
- Capture, research and resolve actual and potential duplicate provider and patient medical record conditions and ancillary information complexes within multiple source systems.
- Research and rectify potential instances of medical record overlays.
- Resolve database linkage conditions within multiple source and destination systems.
- Ensure that work flow received from corporate and facility colleagues are addressed in a comprehensive and timely manner and in accordance with applicable standards and protocols.
- Support resolution of legacy record migrations across relevant business systems.
- Research inactivated records for source resolution and any required remediation within the applicable business line(s).
- Settle entries within the Name Change Report and other sources including the checking for, and resolution of, potential guarantor concerns.
- Utilize various reporting tools to develop and execute reports within various corporate data management systems.
- Maintain ongoing, open and professional communications with colleagues of other departments (e.g., Emergency Department, Health Information Management, Information Technology, Patient Financial Services [Dignity Health Medical Foundation], Patient Registration) as work progresses.
- Disseminate patient medical record and provider merge information to colleagues as appropriate.
- Work with management to identify information quality and flow impediments and provide associated support to corporate performance improvement efforts and teams through data gathering and analysis.
- Other duties as assigned.
Special Knowledge, Skills, Abilities
- Work style that demonstrates professionalism and fosters credibility by developing loyalty, teamwork, and respect with colleagues at all levels within the Dignity Health organization.
- Aptitude for problem-solving involving complicated, interrelated, and sometimes conflicting components requiring careful observation, pattern identification, and strict adherence to process sequencing.
- Excellent written and spoken communication skills.
- Highly organized, proactive work orientation, ability to smoothly coordinate the work of colleagues and oneself.
- Strong ability to calmly manage simultaneous priorities, comfortable taking direction from colleagues at all levels, skillful working as a facilitator between multiple parties, able to maintain clear focus and work successfully under stressful conditions.
- Ethics and Values: Understand and adhere to Dignity Health’s Mission, Vision and Values and integrate those attributes into everyday work during good and difficult times; act to remedy behaviors in conflict with the Mission, Vision and Values.
- Quality: Possess a strong commitment to performing and delivering high quality work that positively impacts patients, their families, and their caregivers.
- Integrity: Careful, thorough, effective, reasoned, results focused, spend own time and that of colleagues on what is important, accurately and quickly zero in on the critical elements and put others aside, quickly sense the right priorities and know what will help or hinder accomplishing a goal, work to demonstrate and create calm focus among customers and co-workers.
- Customer Focus: Dedicated to meeting the expectations and requirements of management and customers. Possess an ability and willingness to anticipate the needs and situations of colleagues and act to provide value in all settings. Desire to efficiently and effectively gain necessary information, quickly and easily grasp the business conditions, and combine all elements for the purpose of successfully serving customers and patients.
- Discipline: Commitment to the constant improvement of evolving services; always speak and act with customers and co-workers in mind; establish and maintain effective and positive relationships, gain and nurture the trust and respect of colleagues and management.
- Business acumen: Smooth interpersonal skills and the ability to build and maintain strong working relationships, highly reliable, a natural preference for collaboration. Commitment to improving one’s expertise and professional skill set as a means to providing optimal services to colleagues, patients and the organization.
Under minimal supervision and by applying expertise and individual judgment, the Credentialing Specialist is responsible for ensuring the credentialing program and all related credentialing, recredentialing and privileging functions are maintained in accordance with policy, NCQA, CMS, AAAHC, URAC and IMQ accreditation and health plan regulatory standards. The Credentialing Specialist works in conjunction with the Director, Credentialing and Payer Enrollment, Chief Medical Officers and the Director, Quality Management in the development, coordination, implementation and management of a comprehensive credentialing program. The Credentialing Specialist ensures the organization and medical groups meet health plan and government regulatory requirements, including delegated functions pertaining to credentialing, credential file auditing, organizational provider credentialing, organizational provider auditing, primary source verification, etc. They consult and collaborate with physicians and operational leaders on credentialing related issues and potential credentialing related provider contract terminations.
The Credentialing Specialist coordinates/supports DHMF and medical group credentialing committees to meet the organization's bylaws, administrative policies, health plan contractual requirements and committee charters. They ensure interdepartmental compliance with policies that support onboarding, credentialing, recredentialing, privileging and network management functions. Manages and has access to provider Protected Personal Information (PPI) and Protected Health Information (PHI) and maintains the confidentiality of same at all times. Must be willing to register for access to confidential government databases, including the notarization of registration documents. Such registration may require providing confidential personal information. Occasional travel to locations for meetings and audits and any other duties as assigned to support Credentialing and Payer Enrollment initiatives and projects.
The Senior Director of Nursing position will oversee the inpatient adult care services including Medical-Surgical/Orthopedic Care, Telemetry, Critical Care, Respiratory, Nursing Administration, and Float pool. Provides expert clinical and administrative guidance in a specialized field; coordinates patient care quality initiatives to ensure patient safety. Provides operational direction to ensure efficiency and effectiveness of clinical operations that meet the expectations of our customers.
Principal Duties and Accountabilities:
- Assesses a healthcare facility's nursing practice and its impact on patient outcomes. Oversees established patient care standards and develops and implements quality improvement initiatives.
- Provides clinical direction to nursing staff in the delivery of patient care programs. Provides complex, direct patient care, often in an area of specialty.
- Provides operational leadership oversight to direct reports including Director of Medical-Surgical/Orthopedic Care, Director of Telemetry, and Director of Critical Care.
- Provides consultative care and guidance to patients, family, and other members of the clinical staff.
- Conducts research into area of specialty and uses findings to provide measurable improvements in patient care and clinical outcomes.
The Driver/Escort will at all times uphold the best interest of Dignity Health consistent with the Mission and Philosophy of the organization; promoting organizational culture and development based upon Dignity Health values and principles. This position is to insure safe, efficient, reliable and productive vehicular transportation of patients, employees, and guests to a designated place, facility and/or Department.
The Security Officer is expected to provide a reasonably safe and secure environment for all who enter Dignity Health properties and to assure the physical security of buildings and grounds. It is expected that the security officer will demonstrate behavior consistent with Dignity Health core value and humankindness. The security officer shall support Dignity Health’s strategic plan and the goals and direction of the quality improvement/process improvement activities. Responsibilities include:
- Protecting staff, patients, and visitors by responding to calls for assistance in a timely and prudent manner such as violent or unruly patients, visitors, crimes committed or in progress, opening doors, and responding to emergency codes.
- Patrol the facility and grounds by foot or vehicle; monitor security alarms and dispatch officers promptly to location(s) where needed, and report unsafe acts or conditions.
- Knowledge of emergency procedures, equipment, supplies, reports HIPPA breaches if witnessed; investigate security breaches, conduct follow-up investigations, and write incident reports.
- Log all activities in a daily log to accurately record events; and (2) complete clear, concise, and legible reports in a timely manner; use appropriate emergency and radio codes in dispatching security officers while knowing hospital campus to ensure that those dispatched are to right location.
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Our Occupational Therapt Assistant positions are critical to the success of St. Joseph's Medical Center and require the full understanding and active participation in fulfilling the Mission of Dignity Health. It is expected that our employees demonstrate behavior consistent with the Core Values.
Under the supervision of licensed Occupational Therapist,The Occupational Therapt Assistant provides designated occupational therapy related services as outlined in the patients plan of care. This position requires providing care/service to an acutely ill through rehabilitating neonatal through geriatric patient population in a manner that demonstrates an understanding of the functional and/or developmental age of the individual served.
The Staff Nurse II is responsible for direct and indirect delivery of patient care for a wide variety of patient population through the use of the nursing process and maintenance of the standards of professional nursing practice. The Registered Nurse promotes compliance and support of policies and achieves trust in professional collegial relationships. Applies Dignity Health Core Values to the performance of every job duty. These Values include Dignity, Collaboration, Justice, Stewardship, and Excellence.
· Experience in critical care setting strongly preferred, but combination of education, other experience and specialty training may be considered.
· Basic computer skills. Experience with electronic medical record preferred.
· CA RN license
· ACLS, BLS and PALS or ENPC issued by AHA required.
· CareConnect MAR experience
· Advanced Burn Life Support (ABLS) certification preferred.
· Certified Critical Care Nurse
In keeping with the Dignity Health core values, the Quality Coordinator, RN performs duties and functions to improve and maintain the quality of care given to the patient, coordinates the compilation and formatting of data for the hospital Quality Improvement Program, facilitates Medical Staff quality in the development of indicators, rate and rule based as well as peer review, facilitates Process Improvement Teams and supports activities relating to Regulatory Agency requirements and public reporting.
The Care Coordinator is responsible for assessing, planning, facilitating and advocating for options and services through a continuum of care from point of contact through discharge on assigned patients.The Care Coordinator performs this role in such a manner as to meet the individuals health needs while promoting quality and cost effective outcomes. The positions emphasis will be on care coordination, communication and collaboration with nursing, physicians, departments within the medical center, insurers and post acute service providers to pace the care toward optimal outcomes within the appropriate level of care. The Care Coordinator will advocate for the patient and family by identifying and valuing patient choice, spiritual needs, cultural, language and socioeconomic barreris to care transitions . In addition, the Care Coordinator will protect confidentiality while striving to achieve high levels of patient satisfaction. The Care Coordinator consistently conducts the utilization review process and the discharge planning process as required by hospital policies, standards of practice and Federal and State regulations.
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Provides professional nursing care in accordance with the nursing process and BRN scope of practice.
Environmental Services AssociateDignity Health Northridge Hospital Medical Center The ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICE ASSOCIATE maintains assigned patient and non-patient areas in a clean and sanitary condition by performing specialized cleaning tasks, which involve operating heavy-duty equipment and using special cleaning equipment. Daily responsibilities include, but are not limited to, trash collecting, collecting biohazardous waste, room setups, removing & delivering linen, performing regular housekeeping duties and performing special projects as assigned. All employees are expected to perform their duties in alignment with the vision and values of the organization. The ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICE ASSOCIATE is responsible for a variety of tasks that lead to a high level of customer satisfaction in the most cost-effective manner with respect and dignity.
JOIN US NOW as we are seeking a dynamic RN who is passionate about the health and well-being of our patients to coordinate, supervise and implement patient care based on competence, professional expertise, knowledge and evidence-based practice. The responsibilities of the role is to assess patient/family health problems and resources, taking a leadership role in the development, implementation and outcomes evaluation of a plan for nursing care. You will also provide professional nursing care and interventions to acutely ill adult patient populations while providing service to one or more age groups including young adults through geriatric patients in a manner that demonstrates an understanding of the functional/developmental age of the individual served. A full understanding and active participation in fulfilling the Mission of the organization and is expected that the employee demonstrates behavior consistent with the Core Values. In this role you will also support the organization's strategic plan and the goals and direction of the hospital wide performance improvement plan.
Located in Phoenix, AZ, this position is critical to the success of St. Joseph's Hospital Medical Center and requires the full understanding and active participation in fulfilling the Mission of Dignity Health.
Position Summary:Staff Nurses assess patient/family health problems and resources, takes a leadership role in the development, implementation and outcomes evaluation of a plan for nursing care provided by the nursing team. Provides technical nursing care and interventions to designated patient populations. This position requires providing service to a one or more age populations including an ill neonate through geriatric patient population in a manner that demonstrates an understanding of the functional/developmental age of the individual served.