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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. To provide systems and data analysis support for the Revenue Reporting and Systems Department focusing on the Revenue operations and implementation opportunities to improve net revenue realization and cash flow. The goal of this department is to bridge the financial gap and assure compliant revenue generation. This position will also serve as a resource for internal departments (i.e. decision support, patient financial services, and finance). Position will be responsible for development of reports and training/education of staff pertaining the revenue operations. Working with CDM analyst and department managers to control late charges and improve charge captures.
Our Transplant Program Specialist (Liver) is a member of the transplant team responsible for coordination of the transplant process from candidate referral, evaluation, acceptance, transplant and follow-up. Incumbent serves as a resource to staff and multi-disciplinary team and community caring for transplant patients. Demonstrates knowledge and skills in the care of patients with end-stage pulmonary disease, from adolescent to adult, and will play a role in the holistic evaluation of patient(s) for transplant. Skills in the area of critical thinking, interpersonal communication, conflict management, problem solving, autonomy and decision-making are highly desirable. Maintains UNOS compliance, QA/QI and Teidi Forms. Assists in the process of program certification by UNOS and Medicare. In collaboration with the program Medical Director and Transplant administrator, provides for timely data input and transplant data management. Assists in developing policies and procedures, order sets and pathways to improve overall quality of care and program development. On Call nights and weekends required.
In keeping with the Pacific Central Coast Health Center's philosophy,under the direction and supervision of the Operational and/or Medical Director, the medical assistant will assist licensed medical staff in the preparation of patients for delivery of services utilizing basic administrative clerical and technical skills.
- One - three years experience working in a clinic setting or physician office. Experience preferred in area of clinic speciality.
- BLS required.
- Ability to move quickly from one task to another independently. Ability to communicate effectively with peers, staff and supervisor.
- Ability to take instructions, comprehend and follow through effectively. Good verbal and written communications skills. Ability to read, write, comprehend and follow written and oral instructions in English Will have direct patient contact. Computer literate with the ability to type accurately at a moderate pace. Ability to ensure that diagnosis correlates with the procedure/exam requested.
- Bi-lingual, Spanish speaking
- Experience also Preferred in working with low-income and Spanish-speaking persons.
- Phlebotomy certiifcation Preferred. Certified Medical Assistant Preferred.
The Clinical Social Worker position is critical to the success of Mark Twain Medical Center and requires 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.
The Clinical Social Worker provides clinical social work services that are legally authorized to be perform under the State law by Clinical Social Workers.
Position Summary:The clinical lab scientist, under general supervision and medical direction, performs clinical laboratory test procedures in a manner that provides accurate, timely, and meaningful results.
JOIN US NOW as we are seeking a dedicated COOK who is passionate about the health and well-being of our patients, families, visitors and staff to be responsible for reviewing menus and preparing meals according to production sheets using proper sanitation techniques and maintaining proper portion control and leftover utilization. Responsible for reviewing menus and preparing meals according to production sheets using proper sanitation techniques and maintaining proper portion control and leftover utilization.
In keeping with the Dignity Health core values, a Clinical Lab Scientist II performs routine and complex testing in multiple areas of the clinical laboratory in a timely manner with a minimum of direct supervision, provides training and technical assistance for coworkers, monitors and evaluates quality control for testing performed and performs routing maintenance and repair on instruments utilized. .
Coordinates total patient care for assigned patients. Demonstrates knowledge of the principles of growth and development over the life-span. Able to assess data reflective of the patient's status and interpret information needed to identify each patient's requirement relative to his/her age-specific need, and to provide appropriate care as defined by policies and procedures. 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 Center's strategic plan and the goals and direction of the quality improvement/process improvement activities. Requirements: One year of Med/Surg or NICU nursing preferred NICU course certification of documentation of on-the-job training for a minimum of one year Current California Registered Nurse License Basic Life Support for Health Care Provider Neonatal Resuscitation- within the first 6 months of employment into the position
Engages in laboratory, translational, or clinical research under the direction and guidance of a faculty member, developing skills necessary for success as an independent investigator. Laboratory or clinical research at the post-baccalaureate level with an interest in a faculty member's line of study required.
In keeping with the Pacific Central Coast Health Center's philosophy, the Family Nurse Practitioner is responsible for providing direct patient clinical care in an ambulatory setting and provides health maintenance exams with appropriate patient education for all age groups, including well child exams, adolescent exams and sports physicals, and adult physicals including pap and pelvic exam.
- Knowledge of nurse practitioner principles and techniques.
- Knowledge of methods ensuring safe working environment for patient, family and staff including using appropriate personal protection equipment.
- Demonstrated ability in the provision of care within field boundaries.
- Skill in applying and modifying the principles, methods and techniques of professional nursing to provide ongoing patient care.
- Skill in taking medical histories to assess medical condition and interpret findings. Ability to maintain the confidentiality of patient information.
- Ability to assess a situation, consider alternatives and choose an appropriate course of action.
- Graduate of an accredited schools of nursing. Master's degree in nursing.
- Nurse practitioner certification from an accredited association.
- Must be able to meet credentialing requirements.
- Communications Candidates must possess the following abilities: to express oneself effectively both orally and in writing; actively listen to others for understanding of their needs and situations; speak and write English clearly; read and understand correspondence, memoranda and directives and effectively represent the organization, department and its operations to management and the public.
- Decision Making: this position requires that the candidate is able to act in a decisive manner, using good judgment; manage diverse functions; assess problems and situations and anticipate needs and evaluate alternatives. Professional Attitude It is expected that the candidate will hold the following professional attributes: dependability: maturity in relationships with others; self-confidence; willingness to take initiative: commitment to the organization; and represent the organization to other agencies staff and the public with a courteous, helpful, accurate and business-like attitude in all telephone, email and in personal contact.
- Licensed by the State of California, Board of Registered Nurse National Certification as a Nurse Practitioner Basic Life Support
Assess patient/family health problems and resources, taking a leadership role in the development, implementation and outcomes evaluation of a plan for nursing care. 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 an 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 employee will support the organization's strategic plan and the goals and direction of the hospital wide performance improvement plan.
In collaboration with the physician/medical director, assumes clinical responsibility for tasks performed within Nurse Practitioner's scope of practice. Including: taking patient's history, performing physical examinations, ordering appropriate diagnostic tests, establishing diagnosis and provide care and management for common illnesses and disease prevention in the pediatric and adult patient. The NP may assist in the admission, transfer or discharge from Health Care System. Makes appropriate referrals to specialists and community agencies. Participates in quality assurance and quality improvement program. Works within multidisciplinary team to develop plan for the patient and their family.
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This Central Coast Service Area Position manages work from all facilities within the Service Area as well as the Surgery Centers and Pacific Central Coast Health Center sites. Serves as primary support from the Medical Staff for all Medical Staff departments, services and committee meetings. Coordinates and provides administrative and clerical
support for the Medical Staff Office.
- Basic computer knowledge and skills in Word, Excel and other data entry processes required.
- Certified Provider Credentialing Specialist by the National Association of Medical Staff Services preferred.
- Must be able to demonstrate knowledge and skills with computers and various software programs.
- Must be well-organized for prioritization of responsibilities and detail-oriented.
- Must have independent judgment skills and be able to cope with interruptions and rush projects.
- Must be able to establish effective working relations with the Medical Staff and other hospital departments.
- Must be able to maintain confidentiality
Vice President of Philanthropy, Dignity Health Foundation
Oversees a significant expansion of system-wide philanthropic support. This senior level position carries broad responsibilities for providing leadership in the areas of external fund development, program development, and foundation operations. The position will oversee the Dignity Health Foundation’s fundraising with community health and innovation as focus areas, grants administration, major gifts, annual giving, foundation and corporate giving, donor relation, research, stewardship and events
- Directs the planning of system fundraising programs for the Dignity Health Foundation. Ensures development of system-wide strategic initiatives and raises funds to catalyze programs that are ultimately disseminated throughout all of Dignity Health
- Communicates funding priorities to individuals, granting agencies, foundations, corporations, and organizations and develops relationships with key funding stakeholders to engage them in system-wide, comprehensive programs and remain informed on legal, tax, accounting, investment, and technology issues as they affect nonprofits.
- Serves as the Chief of Staff to the Senior Vice President of Philanthropy to support development and implementation of major projects for the department, and in collaboration with the SVP, works with the executive leadership and senior administrators in the hospitals and foundations across the system to communicate the Foundation mission and develop programmatic priorities.
- In partnership with the Senior Vice President of Philanthropy, expands and manages a board of directors of high profile industry and community leaders that assist the Dignity Health Foundation to generate funds, increase brand awareness, and build the reputation of Dignity Health.
Staff Pharmacist who, under general supervision, is responsible for the delivery and documentation of pharmaceutical care provided to patients using the medication use process (selecting, prescribing, dispensing, administration and monitoring of medications).
At Dignity Health St. Joseph's Hospital and Medical Center, we deliver humankindness through a wide range of health, social and support services in the heart of Phoenix, Arizona. As part of our team, you will provide clinical expertise, support and oversight that helps ensure our patients receive exceptional care. As a member of our team, you will have the opportunity to champion the change by joining in our mission of healing through humankindness.
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.
JOIN US NOW as we are seeking a dedicated FOOD SERVICE WORKER ASSOC. who is compassionate and shares our passion for our patients, families and hospital visitors to be responsible for assembling and delivering food trays to patients; returning trays to kitchen at designated time, while maintaining proper sanitation of work area and completing daily/weekly cleaning logs.
Responsible for assembling and delivering food trays to patients; returning trays to kitchen at designated times. Maintains proper sanitation of work area and completes daily/weekly cleaning logs.
Located in the Town of Gilbert, Az, a suburb of Phoenix, this position is critical to the success of Mercy Gilbert Medical Center and requires the full understanding and active participation in fulfilling the Mission of Dignity Health.
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In keeping with French Hospital Medical Center health care philosophy, the Certified Operating Room Technician supports and promotes the provision of quality patient care by cleaning, processing and sterilizing instruments and surgical ware at French Hospital Medical Center and applicable entities. The Certified Operating Room Technician is aware of safety policies and procedures for patients, co-workers, equipment, and self.
Three months working as an Operating Room Technician; BLS required.
Reporting to Post-Acute Care Operations Manager, this position leads on-site management of risk-based initiatives (i.e. Bundle Payment) and post-acute care (PAC) strategies in the management of patient transitions of care throughout the care continuum. This position is aligned closely with the Strategy and Population Health departments. The position oversees a mix of clinical, operational, and business activities related to PAC partnerships, working closely with post-acute providers as well as those we partner with to facilitate care for our patients in the post-acute setting. This position also communicates with Physicians, Nursing, Care Coordination, Community Health staff to ensure a seamless transition of care for our patients.
From a business prospective, this role is responsible for the overall performance of risk-based initiatives including Episode Payment Models including Mandatory Bundles and BPCI. This position requires full understanding and active participation in fulfilling the Mission of Dignity Health and the specific Market/s it supports. This employee shall support overall strategic plans, goals, and direction of the quality improvement /process improvement activities. It is expected that the employee will demonstrate behaviors and attitude consistent with Dignity Health core values and humankindness philosophies.
Dignity Health and Sponsoring congregations are committed to furthering the healing ministry of Jesus. Resources are dedicated to: delivering compassionate, high-quality, affordable health services; serving and advocating for our sisters and brothers who are poor and disenfranchised; and collaborating with others in the community to improve the quality of life.
This position reports to the Post-Acute Care Operations Manager
- Manages and works closely with PAC partners in the management of identified patient populations. Oversees a mix of clinical, operational, and business activities related to that partnership
- Establishes an operational plan for service based upon mission and strategies of the PAC Program initiatives
- Develops; revises; reviews as needed all policies and procedures for program initiatives including BPCI, Mandatory Bundles, and other Episode Payment Models (EPM) ensuring regulatory compliance
- Identifies and implements specific program goals including high priority case management redesign efforts required to improve performance in the following areas: Skilled Nursing Facility (SNF) utilization; SNF Length of stay (LOS); and readmissions reduction
- Develop written reports and makes oral presentations of analytic results including articulation of objectives, roles, and initiative outcomes
- Compile and formats information from appropriate sources for the development of service area and hospital performance and quality improvement processes including the development and management of the preferred provider network, strategy operation plans, etc. to achieve operational and program goals
- Works closely with and in partnership with PAC Providers, navihealth Care Coordinators, Case Managers, Case Management associates, and other clinical staff who are focused on PAC program in order to ensure that patients care transitions from acute care to post-acute care are seamless
- Coordinates and oversees multi-disciplinary team meetings
- Designs and coordinates formal and informal PAC program training sessions
- Assesses, reports, and communicates program status on a periodic basis to all program stakeholders
- Coordinates and oversees multi-disciplinary team meetings
- Organizes environment of care plan to ensure safe, infection-free, and efficient care for patients, visitors, and employees
- Develops and uses a system to continuously evaluate and address internal and external customer concerns/ grievances
- A passion for improving healthcare; demonstrating the ability to lead and manage complex projects that are strategic in nature and scope
- experience/knowledge of moving patients from acute to post-acute settings; current clinical knowledge and experience, particularly with the senior population
- the ability to collaborate and motivate other healthcare providers; strong/effective problem solving skills
- experience with performance measurement, outcome analysis, monitoring tools
- computer skills
- excellent oral and written skills
- excellent organizational skills with demonstrated ability to complete projects timely and within budget
- pro-active/effective team leadership skills.
- Bachelor degree in nursing, social work, or healthcare/business required (or equivalent experience)
- Five (5) years acute care hospital and/or post-acute care experience
- License in a Health Related Field desirable
- RN highly approved.
Come Join us as we are hiring for a Maintenance Engineer Sr. They are responsible for maintaining, installing and replacing hospital equipment as directed on work requrest. They provide support for other maintenance personnel as required. They will preform routine maintenance on the following systems: Plumbing, Electrical, Patient Beds, HVAC and Refrigeration.