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What You’ll be Responsible For in this Role – Your Contribution & Career Journey
The IT Security Analyst I, will be responsible for assisting with Process Information Security, Identify Management access requests and or operational incident tickets as low complexity. Additional responsibilities will be to perform basic operational tasks related to access control, following established processes for common request and issues, network and endpoint-security-systems and/ or Security Risk Management processes
What We’re Looking For
- Someone who can pro-actively identify and escalate incidents and operational performance concerns.
- Responsible for monitoring, operating, and maintaining network and endpoint security systems.
- Performs triage function, rerouting requests and incidents as appropriate.
- Functional understanding of regulatory and compliance manages- HIPPA, HITECH, PCO, Sarbanes- Oxely preferred
- Manage workload, prioritizing tasks and documenting time, and other duties as directed by management.
- Provides assistance when needed on operational incidents and in root-cause analysis efforts to determine improvement opportunities when failures occur.
- Processes requests, troubleshoots and resolves operational incidents involving network and endpoint security systems. Escalates Information Security Incidents to the ISIRT SOC.
- Responsible for processing inbound Information Security Incidents from MSSP SOC, Field teams, Site Directors, Compliance/Privacy, Help Desk and others
- Processes events, data, and information output from these systems, identifying incidents as well as operational performance concerns.
- Performs incident research, resolution, and managed escalation, occasionally assisting in complex, high-profile incidents.
- Responsible for processing inbound Information Security Incidents from MSSP SOC, Field teams, Site Directors, Compliance/Privacy, Help Desk, and others.
What You’ll be Responsible For in this Role – Your Contribution & Career Journey
The Security Engineer II designs, develops, configures, and implements solutions to resolve medium to complex technical and business issues related to related to cyber and information security, identity management, user access authentication, authorization, user provisioning, and /or role-based access control. Will lead Cyber Incident Response by conducting investigations relating to malware, intrusion, information theft, denial of service, data breaches, and other incidents and reporting to Director of IT Security.
The successful candidate will design, develop, and implement solutions and metrics to successfully integrate and monitor new information security and identity management systems with the existing architecture. In addition, deploy security policies, investigate and evaluate alerts for malicious file execution attempts, and design enhanced protocols aligned with protecting corporate wide production systems. The Security Engineer II will also lead root-cause analysis efforts to determine improvement opportunities when failures occur. Contribute as lead and SME on incident research and resolution and when appropriate, mentor team members.
Will Lead one or more projects as part of a Security or Security Risk Management team. Acts as a subject matter expert (SME) for cyber-security and capable of effectively communicating and influencing at all levels of an organization, including senior leadership. Will coach and mentor IT Security and Compliance Analysts.
Position Summary: Incumbents are responsible for the management of a process including related projects and resources as assigned and may be responsible for the supervision of professional, technical and administrative support staff assigned to the process. Based upon assignment, managers administer programs and projects supporting assigned process with administrative functions requiring differing levels of risk to the organization while providing for the across-the-board first level management necessary to execute the process, programs, and projects of the organization. Incumbents oversee day-to-day operational management of all activities and functions in support of the respective assigned process/program(s) including developing, implementing and evaluating operating policies, procedures and standards; determining service levels and enhancements; developing and monitoring budgets; providing technical advice and/or oversight to staff or other departments related to area of assignment; evaluating information concerning needs; estimating and coordinating program/unit activities and associated costs; and tactical project execution activities. The Manager IT Ops will oversee the day-to-day operations of IT services for one of more Dignity Health facilities (acute and/or ambulatory). The Manager IT Ops will also represent the Director IT ("'IT Site Director") in various meetings, functions, and teams at the direction of the Director IT. Principal Duties and Accountabilities:
- The Manager IT Ops will oversee the day-to-day operations of IT services for one of more Dignity Health facilities (acute and/or ambulatory). The Manager IT Ops will also represent the Director IT ("'IT Site Director") in various meetings, functions, and teams at the direction of the Director IT.
- Supervises staff including prioritizing and assigning work; assisting in the conducting of performance evaluations; ensuring staff is trained; ensuring that employees follow policies and procedures; maintaining a safe working environment.
- Serves as a liaison with internal departments, executives, external organizations and public representatives. Represents the organization at a variety of meetings, public events, on committees, and/or other related events regarding services, programs, projects and facilities.
- Prepares, reviews, interprets, and analyzes a variety of information, data, and reports. Recommends and implements tactical procedures to improve operational effectiveness and enhancements to services or programs.
What You’ll be Responsible For in this Role – Your Contribution & Career JourneyThe IT Support Analyst II assists the Information Technology (IT) staff by triaging, assigning, or completing requests for support thru emails and telephone calls received thru the Support Desk tools for internal/external employees, physicians, and related customers. This position will have administration and support responsibilities over specific systems and/or network components as directed by the Manager, IT Support Services.What We’re Looking For
- Answers and responds to Support Desk service requests, via telephone and email. Requests will include but not be limited to issues regarding pc hardware and software performance, network performance, applications both standard (MS Office, etc.) and specialized (Third party, In-house applications, etc.), and telecommunications issues. Using the methods put in place by the IT department management, forwards issues to the proper IT staff member for resolution if the issue cannot be resolved by self or issue does not fall into this position’s scope of support.
- Regularly sets up new employees which will include but not limited to preparing PC’s for deployment (OS and application installation and configuration), telephone system setup, e-mail and file system setup, and security release forms completed in compliance with Managed Care Systems, LLC employee handbook.
- Performs PC hardware and software configuration, upgrades, and installation as with limited to no supervision.
- Assist various IT department staff with projects as needed.
- As assigned by the Manager, daily administer and support management systems (Active Directory, centralized virus & spyware tools, software deployment and configuration tools, etc.)
- Perform other duties and special projects as assigned.
What You’ll be Responsible For in this Role – Your Contribution & Career Journey
The Information Systems Engineer II applies knowledge of engineering and scientific principles, computer technologies, and human cognition to analyze, design, create, implement and manage information systems. The Information Systems Engineer may be called upon to design and develop databases, applications and reports, develop system architecture, establish system standards, integrate an information system with varied data sources and networks, and generally to plan, integrate, design, develop, test, install or operate information systems, both for those developed in-house as well as by 3rd party vendors.
What We’re Looking For
We are looking for someone to lead by example through collaboration and meaningful contribution to team efforts and projects. Will coach, motivate, and provide input to colleagues. Will lead team meetings and serve as project manager for level-appropriate projects. May attend meetings with various business units as the lone IT representative, providing reports to colleagues and IT management.
Join us NOW as our VIVARIUM is seeking a LAB ANIMAL TECH I to join our team! Provides standard animal care and maintains breeding colonies. 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.
About This Position
In keeping with the French Hospital Medical Center healthcare philosophy, the Laboratory Assistant (Phlebotomist) is responsible for obtaining blood, urine, and culture specimens from patients ranging in age from newborn to geriatric, according to established procedures of French Hospital Medical Center Laboratory and State and Federal Regulations. Performs clerical functions and may perform routine repetitive specimen testing under direct supervision of a licensed technologist. Rotates shifts, holidays, and weekends as needed. Duties and responsibilities may be added, deleted, or changed at any time at the discretion of management following written notice.
Position Summary: Supervises laboratory personnel and operations to ensure compliance and quality in accordance with laboratory work process. Exercises authority over personnel decisions and responsible for the technical and scientific oversight of laboratory department. Principal Duties and Accountabilities:
- Supervises and coaches laboratory personnel to ensure quality assurance and control as well as adherence to relevant policies and ethics.
- Oversees most laboratory day-to-day operations and exercises authority over personnel decisions.
- Analyzes and interprets laboratory results in accordance with established laboratory work processes.
- Administers laboratory inventories such as supplies, equipment and consumables.
Coordinates duties in the Pathology section. Performs all of the duties of Pathology Laboratory Technician I.
The Laboratory Technician II collects and processes laboratory specimens under the general direction of licensed laboratory personnel.
Special Training: (including licenses/certifications): Required:
- Current California State certification as Phlebotomist.
- Knowledge of medical terminology.
- Valid drivers license and proof of insurance if using own vehicle.
Experience: (minimum, plus desired): Preferred:
- 2 years acute care experience (or similar work setting).
In keeping with Dignity Health core values, the Labor & Delivery Technician functions as a team member during the preoperative, intra-operative and postoperative phases of obstetrical surgical procedures, and actively participates as a member of the Labor & Delivery Patient Care Team.
This position is represented by SEIU, Local UHW and is covered by the terms and conditions of the applicable collective bargaining agreement.
The Laboratory Assistant accurately and efficiently performs all necessary laboratory services, which may include but are not limited to, patient registration, test ordering, specimen collection, pre-analytical and post analytical specimen processing, communicating results or other relevant report data, and limited reporting functions. Processes all lab specimens with appropriate use of the hospital and laboratory information systems. May have access to needles or syringes from storage locations or patient care areas. Includes other duties as assigned in accordance with job function and hospital policy.
Manages day-to-day laboratory operations to ensure proper functioning of the laboratory and the quality of laboratory services.
Principal Duties and Accountabilities:
- Manages day-to-day laboratory operations to ensure proper functioning of the laboratory and the quality of laboratory services.
- Ensures compliance with laboratory guidelines and policies.
- Oversees and develops laboratory personnel training; instructs, supervises and manages technicians to conduct proper experimental practices.
- Leads research projects; mentors and supervises laboratory members in executing research project tasks.
- Manages collaboratively and coaches others to achieve optimal performance; delegates effectively; praises/rewards contributions; defines clear roles and responsibilities; sets goals and leads initiatives; adjusts plans as necessary.
- Ensuring that the patient/customer perspective is a driving force behind our actions and business decisions; crafting and implementing service practices that meet patients'/customer's and own organization’s needs. (Focus also includes internal and external customers.)
- Sharing authority and responsibility with others to move decision making and accountability downward through the organization enabling individuals to stretch their capabilities and accomplish the business unit’s strategic priorities.
The Licensed Clinical Social Worker is responsible for performing social work assessments and interventions as needed for inpatients, outpatients and emergency department patients. They are dedicated to patient and family centered care that values personal self-determination, skilled at managing multiple priorities at once, and engaging in creative, compassionate and ethical problem-solving. As a member of a multidisciplinary health team, they perform comprehensive assessments and develop treatment plans that integrate the medical, social and resource issues that impact individual patients, families and at risk populations. Licensed Clinical Social Workers are responsible for working collaboratively with all healthcare team members to develop and implement treatment plans that support patient-centered plan of care for both individual patients and the medical community. The functions of the Licensed Clinical Social Worker includes crisis intervention, patient /family intervention, high risk screening, brief counseling, referring for financial or other identified resource needs, arrange and facilitate family/patient representative meetings with the health care team as needed, assist in post acute placement on complex discharges and engagement of appropriate agencies or community resources when high risk patients are identified. The Licensed Clinical Social Worker establishes and maintains professional relationships with physicians, case managers, nursing staff, county agencies, community resources, patients and families. The position will be required to serve on hospital committees and take part in developing and presenting in-services to Hospital staff.
The Coder reviews, analyzes, and approves codes for diagnostic and procedural information that determines Medicare, Medi-Cal and private insurance payments. The primary function of this position is to perform ICD-10-CM, CPT and HCPCS coding for reimbursement. The coding function also ensures compliance with established coding guidelines, third party reimbursement policies, regulations and accreditation guidelines. The Coder shall review ICD-10-CM, CPT and HCPCS codes against documented information for DHMF clinical encounters. Assures the final diagnoses and operative procedures as stated by the physician are valid and complete. Reviews necessary information from health records to identify proper and congruent relationships between procedure and diagnosis codes utilizing EndCoder systems, LCDs, NCDs and modifier relationships.
The coder determines the final diagnoses and procedures stated by the physician or other health care providers are valid and complete. The coder shall open lines of communication with the health care professional and resolve discrepancies in coding practices and provide education as needed. Performs a comprehensive review for the record to assure the presence of all component parts such as: patient and record identification, signatures and dates where required, and other necessary data in the presence of all reports which appear to be indicated by the nature of the treatment rendered.
- Analyzes provider documentation to assure the appropriate Evaluation & Management (E & M) levels are assigned using the correct CPT code using both 1995 and 1997 CMS guidelines for auditing
- Presents audit results to physicians for education and training purposes
- Assists in the onboarding and training of coding employees
- Assists in creating and updating training documentation in compliance with new regulatory information
- Responsible for updating encounter forms annually in accordance with internal processes. Responsible for managing and identifying improvements in department workflow
- Analyzes Claims Scrubber edits and researches discrepancies
- At times will work in a lead capacity within the department.
- Works on department projects as required
- Responsible for internal reporting and distribution.
- Works as an internal auditor within the department
- Additional duties as assigned
In keeping with the Pacific Central Coast Health Center's philosophy, under the direction and supervision of the Operational and/or Medical Director, the Lead Medical Assistant operates in a team with other clinic healthcare providers and support staff. The Lead escorts patients to the exam rooms and assists in determining medical problems. The Lead assists medical providers with minor diagnostic procedures and treatments as directed; taking vital signs, maintaining records and recording test results. In addition, this position assists in the scheduling and supervising of assigned staff, provides ongoing performance feedback and acts as a key communicator between the clinical staff and Clinic Supervisor. The Lead serves as a primary evaluator for interviews and as a preceptor for newly hired staff and assures all critical tasks are completed per clinic protocols.
The coordinator is responsible for the daily operation of the Nuclear Medicine Department, a branch of the Imaging Services Department. This position is responsible for performing a variety of radiographic, fluoroscopic, and specialized procedures at a technical level not requiring constant supervision, under the general direction of a Radiologist and Radiology Administration.
About This Position
Our new start of the art electrophysiology lab was completed late spring of 2016. We have a renowned atrial fibrillation electrophysiologist leading this new service complimented by our trained Cath Lab/ EP team. The cardiac program is also a STEMI receiving center as part of Santa Barbara County. In addition the Cath Lab is recognized for its Endovascular peripheral program which includes procedures as such as Peripheral and AAA stenting
In keeping with the Marian Medical Center health care philosophy, the RAD Technologist assists the physician with a variety of diagnostic and invasive procedures. Performs at a proficient level in the areas of patient monitoring and scrubbing, judgment and anticipation of physician needs during diagnostic and interventional procedures. Ability to store and retrieve patient media from archive system.
Keywords: RT, Rad Tech, Lead, Cardiac, Cath. ARRT, Fluoroscopy
The incumbent, as a member of the multi-disciplinary team, provides the following services to patients and/or families: psychosocial assessment, counseling, crisis intervention, exploration of effective coping skills, education, and coordination of the patient’s progress through the continuum of care. In addition, the incumbent provides education, consultation and support to hospital staff.
The incumbent must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable people with disabilities to perform essential functions. Essential functions include but are not limited to those functions that are performed frequently, require a significant amount of time or if not performed, result in an adverse impact. Knowledge of contemporary behavioral and systems theories relevant to health care; end-of-life dynamics and interventions; grief and bereavement counseling; substance abuse identification and interventions; support for victims of abuse, neglect or violence; community or financial resources for underserved or vulnerable populations. SSDI, SDI, and other governmental/county requirements/programs. Thorough comprehension of OBRA and Title 22 is required in California. Excellent customer service and presentation skills are a must Strong interpersonal and written communication skills are essential Demonstrated ability to apply analytical and problem solving skills Demonstrated ability to manage multiple tasks or projects effectively Ability to work independently as needed with a high degree of detail orientation. Ability to work efficiently in a fast-paced environment with changing priorities Licensed Clinical Social Worker in California
The incumbent shall demonstrate behaviors consistent with the core (Mercy) values in support with Mercy San Juan Medical Center and the Mission and Philosophy of Dignity Health.
The Licensed Vocational Nurse (LVN) is responsible for knowing his/her professional scope of orientation period that includes demonstrating skills and behaviors that meet a fully competent level of performance. The LVN maintains a clean, organized, and safe environment, and performs patient care services that support the physician / provider's practice under the clinical supervision of the Physician, Registered Nurse, Nurse Practitioner, Physicians Assistant or other licensed staff. This includes assisting in prepping patients for examinations or procedures, assisting with procedures, relaying instructions from the physician to a patient or authorized person, and collecting patient data. Documenting patient concerns, patient messages, and care provided to the patient in the patients medical record for the physician's review. Administrating medications specifically directed by the physician and performing accurate vital sign measurements and documentation. Providing leadership to support staff.