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As the key source of financial expertise to the Medical Foundation, the Financial Business Partner is the lead in providing financial business development, analytical services, and recommendations that influence sound business decisions, enable delivery of business objectives and guide long term business planning choices for various departments.
The Financial Business Partner interfaces primarily with Accounting, Decision Support, local and regional managers, directors, CFO and executive leadership. As an active contributor the Financial Business Partner performs analysis of actual financial and statistical results, completes regional (client group) financial forecast/planning, and applies analytical capabilities and business acumen to recommend courses of action that enable the business unit to meet its financial and business objectives.
Under the direction of the Chief Physician Executive, provides patient care in the outpatient setting. Nurse Practitioner is responsible for the care of his or her patients. Responsibility includes the provision of and attention to quality care of major and minor illnesses, to long range issues of health and disease and to the needs for specialty consultation.
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This position assists in developing policies, protocols, and proceedures related to breastfeeding. Evaluates curricula for staff and patients. Responsible for providing lactation education, resources and support to patients and to healthcare providers including nurses, physicians, educators, case managers,and social service personnel ensuring services provided are consistent with organizational policies, applicable research and current standards of care. Excellent customer service and telephone skills, integral to the success of the department.
Research Nurse clinician to support clinical research trials in the Cognitive Research Department.
Manages and coordinates all facets of assigned clinical protocols from IRB preparation through query and data seal; ensuring protocol and regulatory compliance.
Plans the overall nursing care and functions in a particular nursing unit during an assigned shift. Supervises nursing staff assigned to a particular shift. Assigns patients to available nursing staff, taking into consideration the patient's condition and the employee's skill level. Anticipates staffing needs and moves proactively to respond to them. Oversees stocking of supplies and updating patient records to ensure that the nursing floor is ready for subsequent shifts.
Position Title:Director of Behavioral Services
Directs the daily operation, supervision and quality control in the Mental Health Care Services function. Works with administration to develop the budget and make necessary adjustments to meet quality standards and budgetary parameters. Responsible for daily staffing of the functional areas. Works with staff to insure that supplies and services are utilized in a cost-effective manner and that the supplies and support necessary to meet operating objectives are available..
- Collaborates with staff and physicians to implement and maintain consistently high quality care reflecting up-to-date procedures.
- Insures efficiency of care by effectively integrating Mental Health Care services with ancillary and other services. As census requires and patient care allows, combines units and implements other procedures which enhance unit efficiency
- Consistently and pro-actively involves department in measurably improving performance. Sets appropriate priorities for self and staff, establishes and revises action plans with measurable, realistic targets and timetables, and meets deadlines. Consistently communicates objectives and progress to department members to improve quality and achieve goals.
- Accurately projects expenses, revenues, and labor needs. Operates within budget while meeting program objectives. Monitors and justifies variances, adjusting program objectives as circumstances change. Achieves targeted productivity gains and efficiencies. Identifies and implements measures which improve cost-effectiveness of department operations.
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In keeping with the Marian Medical Center healthcare philosophy, the Certified Phlebotomy Technician Level II (Phlebotomist) is responsible for obtaining blood, urine, and culture specimens from patients ranging in age from newborn to geriatric, according to established procedures of Marian Medical Center Laboratory and State and Federal Regulations.
Performs clerical functions and 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. Must be able to follow verbal and written instructions exactly. Must demonstrate and promote teamwork. Must be able to work in a calm and conscientious manner under high volume and STAT conditions. Basic communication skills and the ability to be caring and personable with patients are mandatory. Knowledge of standard laboratory terminology is preferred. Rigid accuracy in the identification of patient names and numbers and the ability to perform phlebotomy successfully using established procedures on patients of all ages are essential qualifications.
- Must have a valid and current California Certified Phlebotomy Technician I certificate.
- Must be able to follow verbal and written instructions exactly.
- Must demonstrate and promote teamwork.
- Must be able to work in a calm and conscientious manner under high volume and STAT conditions.
- Basic communication skills and the ability to be caring and personable with patients are mandatory.
- Knowledge of standard laboratory terminology is preferred.
- Rigid accuracy in the identification of patient names and numbers and the ability to perform phlebotomy successfully using established procedures on patients of all ages are essential qualifications
- Must complete required continuing education requirements to maintain State CPT I certification.
- High school and/or college chemistry, biology, or mathematics are highly desired.
Position Title:Supervisor of House
Supervises and coordinates activities of nursing personnel in patient care units. Plans work of assigned units and coordinates activities with other patient care units and related departments. Organizes and oversees patient care delivery during an assigned shift. Document daily staffing and administrative records and maintains compliance with governmental policies and procedures. Provides input to employee performance and assists in the coaching of staff members. Provides nursing care to patients on an as needed basis. Maintains communication with patient and family members regarding care needed. Organizes and oversees patient care delivery during an assigned shift. Monitors and assesses current environment for smooth hospital operations. Assesses and allocates resources as needed. Provides input to employee performance. Assists in the coaching of staff members. Documents daily staffing and administrative records and maintains compliance with governmental policies and procedures. Presents documentation to senior staff. Provides nursing care to patients on an as needed basis. Maintains communication to patient and family members regarding care needed.
The Marriage Family Therapist is responsible for assessing therapeutic needs of patients, designing and implementing activities, leading groups and conducting individual therapy sessions.
Â· A minimum of two yearsâ€™ experience with acute adult psychiatric patients.
Â· Masterâ€™s degree from an accredited program in counseling.
Keywords: MFT, Marriage Family Therapist, Hospital
Position Summary: Within Dignity Health Medical Foundation, Primary Care Centers utilize the RN team-based model of care. As such, the Primary Care RN is an integral part of the Dignity Health care team and performs patient care services that support the team-based care model. The Primary Care RN in this setting is expected to know his/her scope as defined by the California Business and Professional code and function at the top of his/her licensure. The Primary Care RN works in collaboration with physicians, staff, clinic management and other healthcare professionals. This position works within the context of a primary care medical home, from a team approach and in continuous partnership with physicians and patients to promote timely access to needed care and the enhancement of patient and family well-being. The Primary Care RN will use protocol-driven standing orders to perform comprehensive support to physicians consistent with their scope of practice performing at the top of their licensure. This may include evaluating lab data, providing instruction and education to patients, phone triage, and medication modifications. The Primary Care RN will support the PCMH concepts by providing coordination of care which may include facilitating diagnostic and laboratory testing, ensuring timely scheduling of follow-up appointments with providers, and providing disease management education. He/she will be instrumental in the continuing development and process improvement of clinical point of care - Program within primary care. The Primary Care RN will provide leadership and guidance to LVN’s, MA’s to ensure they are practicing at the top of their licensure/capacity within scope of practice. The Primary Care RN coordinates appropriate resources to facilitate and ensure the patient’s progress through the continuum of care. This position provides patient education, disease management and population health services, and support to the physicians as they manage their patients with chronic diseases. This position is responsible for coordinating a wide range of patient self-management support and disease registry activities. To improve the effectiveness of health care for our population, the Primary Care RN will work with the extended care team to ensure the patient experiences a smooth transition across the continuum of care. Collaborates with the Ambulatory Care management program (Dignity Health Medical Foundation Managed Care Department) to refer patients who require intensive care management service and ensures smooth transitions between the clinic care team and the complex care team.
About this opportunity:Provides patient care and duties to assist with activities of daily living under the direction and supervision of a registered nurse.
The Medical Office Representative position is the first point of phone customer service contact for our patients, physicians, other clinic staff, internal and external laboratory and imaging staff, hospital staff, patient family members, and vendors by offering customer service, communications, and appropriate distribution of phone calls and messages. The Medical Office Representative may also perform a variety of other duties including but not limited to collecting and updating demographics and insurance information, verification of health plan eligibility, taking complete and accurate messages, and scheduling mutually acceptable appointment times utilizing an electronic practice management system. The Medical Office Representative may also be asked to perform other clerical duties as needed and requested to support daily clinic operation goals, bench marks, and quality patient care initiatives per departmental guidelines. This position may have access to third party credit card information and transactional systems (cash registers, point of sale devices, applications supporting credit card transactions, and reports or other documents containing credit card information) from single transactions or a single card at a time. Six (6) month's experience in an outpatient setting as a Medical Office Receptionist preferred; or an equivalent amount of experience in a high-volume customer service role in another industry/environment; or 6 months experience as a Phone Receptionist or Health Information Associate within Dignity Health Medical Foundation. High School diploma or equivalent. Excellent interpersonal, organizational, and customer service skills are essential. Keyboarding skills and the ability to utilize computer equipment and software are required as is experience with other types of standard office equipment. Familiarity with an electronic practice management system is preferred. Experience with multi-line phones/ACD phones preferred. Medical terminology preferred. None required for this position.
This position maintains supplies and equipment and provides assistance with the care of patients in the Emergency Department setting. Provides coordination of the nursing station by supporting physicians, nurses and patient information. The role also provides clerical support for the Emergency Services department.
NURSE SHIFT MANAGER
Dignity Health Northridge Hospital Medical Center
The Nurse Shift Manager plans the overall nursing care and functions in a particular nursing unit during an assigned shift. Supervises nursing staff assigned to a particular shift. Assigns patients to available nursing staff, taking into consideration the patient's condition and the employee's skill level. Anticipates staffing needs and moves proactively to respond to them. Oversees stocking of supplies and updating patient records to ensure that the nursing floor is ready for subsequent shifts.
NURSING ASSISTANT - TELEMETRY
Dignity Health Northridge Hospital Medical Center
Under direct supervision of the licensed nurse, the Nursing Assistant provides basic patient care in accordance with individual needs, Hospital policy and standards of patient care.
In keeping with the Dignity Health core values, the Surgical Technologist I is to function as a team member during the preoperative, intra-operative and postoperative phases of the surgical procedure.
This position is represented by SEIU, Local UHW and is covered by the terms and conditions of the applicable collective bargaining agreement
Position Summary: The Operational Support Project Coordinator coordinates clinical and operational projects as assigned by senior management. They retrieve and analyze data and present reports to management for use in supporting clinic operation objectives. They collect data from numerous sources in various formats and translate it into a standard format. They provide recommendations for improvement and written documentation that relates to the analysis of the data. Operational Support Project Coordinators provide administrative support such as scheduling, preparing presentations, monitoring timelines, attending meetings and acting as liaisons to various departments and organizations. They communicate any issues, problems, or additional information to management and recommend solutions. They monitor and evaluate project activity and report on progress to leadership. They coordinate and monitor clinical projects from initiation through delivery. They ensure clinical projects are completed on schedule and within budget. Minimum Qualifications:
- One (1) year experience in a clinic or medical environment and one (1) year experience in a financial/analysis position
- High School graduate or equivalent certification
- Computer proficiency including Microsoft Excel and Word and ability to use/learn company specialized software and hardware
- Comprehensive knowledge of industry services and products
- Excellent customer service, written, verbal and interpersonal communication and presentation skills
- Two – Three (2-3) years of experience in a clinic or medical environment and two – three (2-3) years of experience in a financial/analysis position
- BA degree in Finance, Epidemiology or related field
- Computer proficiency with Microsoft PowerPoint and the ability to successfully present data and material to groups of people
Responsible for initial decontamination of instruments post surgical procedure, inspection and maintenance of instrumentation, packaging for appropriate sterilization process, supervision and/or completion of cold disinfecting process. Facilitates instrument purchase under direction of the specialty coordinators; Rotation of sterile instruments in designated storage areas to assure presentation and maximum utilization of items within appropriate shelf life and sterilization date period; Communicating need for upgrading or replacement of instrumentation; Transport of patients, delivery of surgical specimens with necessary documentation; Share in responsibility for cleaning, documentation and participation in maintenance and spore testing of unit sterilizers and washer sterilizers. This position requires the full understanding and active participation in fulfilling the Mission of St. Bernardine Medical Center. It is expected that the employee will demonstrate behavior consistent with the Core Values. The employee shall support St. Bernardine Medical Centerâ€™s strategic plan and the goals and direction of the quality improvement/process improvement activities. Requirements: Minimum of one year experience as an Instrument Technician or Central Service Technician or relevant instrument processing experience. Basic knowledge of medical terminology and nomenclature of equipment used in the department. Certification with Sterile Processing preferred
All employees are expected to perform their duties in alignment with the vision and values of the organization. The person doing this job 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. The primary role of the SLP is to provide quality patient care, though assessment and treatment. The SLP, under general supervision of the Rehabilitation Director, has a wide range of freedom in applying individual professional judgment, discretion, and skill in patient management. The SLP has responsibilities for assigned patients including evaluation, treatment planning, patient treatment, and documentation of care. Therapists are assigned patients ranging in age from neonatal to geriatrics. Assignments are dependent on the specific experience, training and demonstrated competence of the therapist and the needs of the patients. The SLP is expected to develop their clinical skills with ultimate responsibility for assuming clinical competency.
Position Summary: The Supervisor, Clinic Operations is expected to provide tactical leadership in order to maximize the effectiveness of all service delivery systems and financial performance, engages staff and cultivate a care center culture that prioritizes humankindness and patient-centric care consistent with Dignity Health and the medical group’s “way” and culture. Coordinates the day-to-day operational aspects of the clinic. Works closely with staff and providers in each unit to ensure that all fiduciary and care center goals are met. This position may have access to third party credit card information and transactional systems (cash registers, point of sale devices, applications supporting credit card transactions, and reports or other documents containing credit card information) from single transactions or a single card at a time. This position will also have access to patient protected health information (PHI). The Supervisor, Clinic Operations has a responsibility to safeguard patient health and financial information. Minimum Qualifications:
- Minimum of three (3) years of lead or supervisory experience, or equivalent experience
- Demonstrated ability to effectively supervise productive, engaged teams and work with providers
- Knowledge of or ability to learn the budgeting process, management reports, accounting, purchasing and patient billing process and systems
- Knowledge of computers, systems and software, including word processing, spreadsheet, data base, clinical information systems, electronic medical records, billing systems, and other application packages
- Health insurance knowledge of HMO, PPO and capitated risk plan contracts as they relate to providers and practices
- High school diploma or equivalent
- Is a visible and results oriented leader with a focus on doing what it takes to get the job done while ensuring strong interpersonal relationships; puts the interests of the organization ahead of personal interests
- Employs a style that is transparent, credible, and focused on relationship building, influence, conviction and integrity
- High degree of resilience, has a sense of urgency, is outcome drive and can thrive in environment of rapid change while effectively managing pressure in an effective and professional manner
- Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
- Ability to express ideas effectively, both orally and in writing
- Ability to demonstrate Dignity Health’s values and exercise tact and diplomacy in dealing with others
- Ability to effectively supervise and motivate others
- Ability to work effectively and independently under pressure with minimal direction
- Supports providing exceptional patient care within a highly regulated and constantly changing environment
- Previous out-patient practice management experience
- Previous experience in the assigned medical group
- Previous lead or supervisory experience in a union environment
- Bachelor’s degree in business, finance or healthcare administration or related field, or equivalent combination of experience and education
- LVN or Registered Nurse License