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Hospice Medical Director-Contract Arrangement


I believe that better care begins at home.
Compassionate care, uncompromising service and clinical excellence - that's what our patients have come to expect from our clinicians. Kindred at Home, a division of Kindred Healthcare Inc., is the nation's leading provider of comprehensive home health, hospice, and non-medical home care services.
At Kindred at Home, we deliver compassionate, high-quality care to patients in their homes or places of residence. Our providers focus on each unique patient to deliver the appropriate care and emotional support to our patients and their families. Our office staff supports our providers and our patients in real time on a daily basis to help to improve overall patient satisfaction.
As an Hospice Medical Director you are responsible for the overall direction and oversight of the care and treatment of hospice patients rendered by the hospice care team and provide oversight for Plan of Care and all changes to the Plan of Care. Implement the Plan of Care provisions to meet the patient's medical needs.
Overarching Responsibility

  • Responsible for direction and oversight of the medical care and treatment of hospice patients rendered by the hospice care team.
  • Provides medical direction and guidance to the hospice program, other hospice physicians, hospice staff, and volunteers to assure the maintenance of quality care for hospice eligible patients and their families.
  • Serves as a liaison between the hospice program and community healthcare providers, in order to develop and ensure access to hospice care for all eligible patients within the area served by Kindred at Home Hospice.
  • Provides direct medical care for hospice patients, including in-person encounters as needed and as required to patients wherever they reside.

  • Plan of Care
  • Provides input and physician oversight to Plan of Care (POC) and all subsequent changes to POC in coordination with the Interdisciplinary Group Meetings (IDG) and patient's attending physician.
  • Attends IDG meetings to review and update the POC and content of the active medical record. In conjunction with the other IDG members, determines if the current POC is meeting the patient's medical needs and recommends if a different course of care is needed.
  • Provides ongoing assessments and input to staff regarding patients' conditions and makes changes to medications and care as needed.
  • Consults with and maintains liaison with the personal or attending physician who is encouraged to provide the primary care to the patient. The HMD may take over as the attending physician, upon the request of the primary physician and the patient.
  • Responsible for evaluating the patient's prognosis and the certification and recertification of the patient, if eligible, as qualifying for hospice care due to their terminal illness.
  • Responsible for timely completion and submission of required medical documentation for patient records.
    Pharmacy Utilization
  • Responsible for oversight of pharmacy utilization. Reviews patient's medications and identifies if medications are appropriate and beneficial in light of the patient's prognosis, and if these have potential interactions or duplicate effects. In consultation with the patient's attending physician, orders and/or recommends additions, changes, and/or discontinuation of medications as appropriate. Ensures, with other members of the IDG, that prescribed medications are administered properly.
  • Responsible for knowledge of and compliance with statutes, regulations, and interpretive guidelines as they apply to hospice pharmacy utilization.
  • Serves as a local resource for prescribing appropriate scheduled and non-scheduled medications in the event the attending is unable or unwilling to do so, or is unavailable.
    Quality Assurance
  • Participates directly, or by appointing a designee, in Quality Assessment and Performance Improvement (QAPI) according to Federal Regulations and the Hospice Conditions of Participation. Responsible for contributing to the assessment of palliative care outcomes and achievement of performance results of the hospice program and services.
    Supervision
  • Responsible for assisting the Executive Director with the administrative supervisory duties of the AHMDs. Makes recommendations regarding the hiring/contracting and termination of AHMDs.
  • Responsible for assisting with AHMD orientation, mentoring, and performance evaluations, in conjunction with the Executive Director.
  • Responsible for ensuring AHMDs provide quality care and meet statutory and regulatory compliance requirements, This is done by reviewing the appropriateness of the AHMD's direct patient care, certifications, narratives, face-to-face encounters, progress notes, billing submissions, IDG POC documentation, pharmacy utilization, and on-call response times.
    Education
  • Assists the Executive Director and other supervisory hospice personnel in the planning, implementation and evaluation of internal and community in-services and continuing education programs. Identifies teachable moments and provides guidance and education to staff on an ad-hoc basis.
    General Duties
  • Assist and ensure maintenance of clinical records, statistics, reports and records for purposes of evaluation and reporting of agency activities as prescribed and in compliance with local, state and federal laws and regulations.
  • Assists with audits by providing explanation and clarification on requested documentation by the respective auditing regulatory body.
  • Is responsible for ensuring continuous, around-the-clock physician coverage is provided for the hospice program. Is responsible for coordinating hospice physicians' schedules to ensure this coverage.
  • Participates in routine HMD meetings between the PHMD, other AHMDs, and program leadership.
  • Participates in staff meetings, department meetings, team meetings, briefings, in-services, committees, quality management program and other related activities as directed by the Executive Director.
  • Promotes compliance with local, state and federal laws, Medicare regulations, and established company policies and procedures
  • Adheres to and participates in Company's mandatory HIPAA privacy program / practices, Business Ethics and Compliance programs / practices, and all Company policies and procedures.
  • Participates in special projects and performs other duties as assigned by the Executive Director
  • Ensures that whenever reasonable and necessary billable visits are made to patient, such visits are billed.
    Required Skills
  • Doctorate degree in allopathic medicine or osteopathic medicine from an accredited medical school.
  • Current and unrestricted license to practice medicine within the state.
  • Current and unrestricted DEA Registration for Schedules 2 through 5 and any applicable state controlled substance prescribing registration.
  • Experience with Hospice and Palliative Medicine (HPM).
  • •HPM board certification or HMD board certification (or board eligible) is preferred. Required Experience
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    All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or national origin.
    Job Location Aiken, South Carolina, United States Position Type Full-Time/Regular
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    Structural/ Arrangements Draftsman And Designer

    Overview:

    General Dynamics is the world?s foremost designer and builder of nuclear submarines, the most complex machines made by man. The company?s industry leadership extends back over a century to 1899 when it produced the U.S. Navy's first commissioned undersea warship. Today, Electric Boat prides itself on being the premier shipbuilding company in the industry. We develop and apply state of the art technology to the design and construction of nuclear powered submarines. With a team of highly skilled and dedicated employees, we have successfully taken submarine technology to a new level.

    General Dynamics Electric Boat is an Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) employer. It is the policy of the Company to provide equal employment opportunities to all qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, transgender status, national origin, age, protected veteran or disabled status, or genetic information.


    Job Description:

    Positions available for Structural/Arrangement Senior Designers, Designers and Draftsmen with the ability to produce deliverables to support the development of products from design sketches, layouts and/or concepts, manufacture, assembly and test.

    Education/ Experience:

    Required:

    • High School Diploma or equivalent or Vocational High School required or 5 years work experience.
    • Demonstrated proficiency in drafting (portfolio) with Computer Aided Design (CAD) is required (NX preferred).

    Preferred:

    • Two year Technical School/College preferred.
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    Caregiver 3Rd Shift- Community Living Arrangements Twin Lakes

    Community Living Arrangements, Inc. (CLA) is a growing assisted living organization and is actively seeking an exceptional Caregiver to support our residents. The Caregiver position requires a proactive individual, with a strong work ethic and a desire to help others. The Caregiver will be responsible for the assistance and support of our residents in their homes. A resourceful and detail-oriented candidate with the ability to anticipate resident needs and stay ten steps ahead will thrive in this essential role.

    CLA operates four Community Based Residential Facilities (CBRF) and ten Adult Family Homes (AFH). As of January 2014 CLA operates fourteen homes in six counties which provides comfort and safety to over seventy residents.

    Here at CLA we pride ourselves on providing the best possible care and home atmosphere to our residents. Our dedication to patient and guardian satisfaction continues to be a key factor in making CLA a preferred destination for those in need of our services.


    Responsibilities:

    • Cooking, cleaning and personal cares.
    • Plan outings and fun activities with our residents in the surrounding communities.
    • Take charge of additional responsibilities as needed.
    • A willingness to roll up your sleeves and take challenges head on.
    • Annually attend required training classes mandated by the State of Wisconsin.


    Requirements:

    • Applicants must be able to attend training classes at our Milwaukee training location.
    • Applicants must have a valid driver's license, proof of auto insurance and a reliable vehicle.

    We are looking for fun and energetic team members to provide excellent quality care to our residents with disabilities. We encourage recent high school graduates and those of you still in college to apply. Our training classes are phenomenal and if you have a passion to help others do not pass this opportunity up!

    Hours and locations:

    Twin Lakes: Mondays 3 pm- 11 pm, E/O Wednesday 11 pm- 7 am,

    Thursdays 11 pm- 7 am and E/O Friday & Saturday 11 pm- 7 am


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    Patient Account Representative/Pre-Billing Financial Arrangements

    Job Location
    The Patient Account Representative position is located in Indianapolis, IN
    Job Duties
    Responsible for the pre-billing financial arrangements including but not limited to High Deductibles/Coins, Self-Pay and other special arrangement plans.; This position will also be responsible for collection of patient accounts that are past due but prior to going to collections.
    Experience
    A minimum of two (2)+ years of patient accounts experience working within a medical office or hospital setting; surgery center billing/AR follow-up experience preferred. Epic experience is also preferred.
    Education
    High School Diploma or equivalent
    Skills

    • Strong computer, telephone, customer service and communication skills
    • Thorough understanding of medical insurance reimbursement and payment methodology and insurance company interaction are required
    • Must be able to multitask and work in a fast paced environment
    Additional Information
    This position will be located at the VEI Central Business Office, 10194 Crosspoint Blvd, Suite 400, Indianapolis, IN 46256 
    Keywords
    Patient Accounts, surgery center billing, A/R follow-up
    Ranked among the nation's most integrated healthcare systems, Community Health Network is Central Indiana's leader in providing convenient access to exceptional healthcare services, where and when patients need them – in hospitals, health pavilions and doctor's offices, as well as workplaces, schools and homes. Exceptional care, simply delivered.
    Community is a non-profit health system that is deeply committed to the communities we serve with more than 200 sites of care and affiliates throughout Central Indiana. Guided by our PRIIDE Values – Patients First, Relationships, Integrity, Innovation, Dedication and Excellence – our team of caregivers is committed to providing an exceptional experience with every life we touch.

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    Assembler - Lighting

    Assembler – Lighting

    • Electrical or mechanical assembly/custom assembly
    • Soldering
    • Experience with hand tools
    • Experience with blue prints, schematics, work instructions
    • Manufacturing environment

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    Optic Sensor/Electronic Assembly Tech

    Our Company is an equal opportunity employer, offering employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, sexual orientation, disability, or citizenship unless legally required, and provides equal employment opportunity to disabled veterans, and veterans of the Vietnam era.

    Responsibilities:
    This position is responsible to build and test fiber optic and electronic sub-assemblies. Duties include fiber splicing, fiber management, electro-mechanical and fiber optic assembly operations. This position is responsible for meeting production requirements and assisting in engineering development activities. The Fiber Optic Technician performs optical and electronic acceptance tests. Additionally, the Technician is responsible for monitoring, assisting, and improving all aspects of safety, quality, productivity, inventory and delivery in his/her work area.
    Responsibilities include:

    ? Handling optical components and optical fiber

    ? Fiber optic stripping, cleaving, splicing and recoating

    ? Hand soldering, harness and PCB assembly

    ? Testing on a variety of equipment and records and analyzes results

    ? Follow specific workmanship instructions, multitask and be receptive to changing priorities

    Skills/Experience:

    ? 1-3 years plus experience in fiber optic system assembly or related field

    ? Knowledge of industry specific tests and testing equipment

    ? Experience working in a fast paced, constantly expanding and changing environment

    ? Excellent manual dexterity and visual acuity, high attention to detail

    ? Ability to use technical terms to communicate verbally and in writing

    ? Good organization, multi-tasking, time management and documentation skills

    Our company is made up of highly talented, diverse, and motivated people who are dedicated to defining the business of politics. Headquartered in New York, we also have offices in Washington and London, as well as a vast network of experts around the world.


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    Assembler

    Are you ready to start working immediately and looking for a position that gives you the opportunity for growth?  If so, Manpower is currently hiring motivated individuals on behalf of Steelcase. Steelcase has been one of the leading office manufacturers for over 100 years.  
    Location:
    Grand Rapids, Michigan
    What’s in it for you?

  •     Pay ranges from $10- 13 per hour
    ·    
  • Entry level position with on the job training
  •     $150 retention bonus 
    $100 bonus after 30 and 90 days worked
  •     Automatic pay raise of 25 cents after 60 and 180 days
    Very clean environment with opportunities for advancement
  •     Onsite gym at both plants
    $25 quarterly attendance bonus
  •     Temp-Hire  
  • after a minimum of 3 months ( 480 Hours) 
    Responsibilities:
  •              Trim- Assembling and packaging many different types of product on a conveyer line. 
    Need to be able to read, process, and scan tickets to match product to necessary packaging. 
  •              Need to be able to use computers, and some hand tools. 
    Will be standing the entire shift.
  •              Expected to be flexible and rotate to different positions throughout the line.
    Qualifications:
    Ability to lift up to 35 lbs
  •     Ability to move between positions – Flexibility
    Ability to Bend, twist, grab
  •     Ability to stand for 8+ hours a day
    Ability to work Saturdays and overtime when requested
  •     Must have own transportation
    Ability to meet/understand Steelcase Safety Requirements
    High School Diploma or GED
    Stop your job search and apply today.
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    Assembly Mechanic

    The Role
    Assemble, install, seal, rig, inspect, and complete precision and other structural and system components, working from drawings, documents, process specifications, quality control requirements, and established processes and procedures. Functional test and correct, fit form and function of assemblies and components.

    Key Accountabilities
    • Obtain required information from prints, charts, sketches, work instructions, documents, verbal and electronic information
    • Use shop mathematics and precision measuring and or test instruments to complete work assignments and functional test assemblies and components
    • Utilize tooling in the assembly of components into sub-assemblies or end items
    • Verify work performed is per work instructions and meets process and/or engineering specification. Identify discrepancies found per applicable procedure
    • Ensure equipment and tool certification occurs per procedure
    • Perform routine minor machine maintenance as part of their daily work duties (e.g., where applicable, replacing machine filters, changing standard light bulbs on machines and equipment, maintaining lubrication/coolant levels, etc. as related to basic Total Preventative Maintenance duties)
    • Routinely move product within the immediate manufacturing work area, including across isle, using shop assigned equipment as required, and complete transactions necessary to move product to the next operation
    • On an exception basis, move product to the next operation within a building
    • Perform work within allotted schedules
    • Support the continuous flow of product within the manufacturing process by training and assisting employees at all classification levels
    • Assist in the training of other assembly personnel in assembly, installation and inspections techniques.
    • Cross trains in inspection and becomes SIA qualified
    • Required Skills:
    • Operate measurement and testing equipment, machines, and devices in accordance with established procedures
    • Load, locate, and unload, parts and assemblies
    • Disassemble and prepare assemblies to accomplish rework, repair or change incorporation on completed assemblies
    • Drill, saw, file, sand, build up, trim, fit, and fasten parts to meet production requirements utilizing any required hand or power tools
    • Fabricate, assemble, and install systems elements
    • Maintain or repair tools, shop aids, equipment, and facilities as necessary to accomplish work assignments including first-level maintenance on machines and equipment
    • In order to be considered for this 2nd shift opportunity, candidates must possess a minimum of 6 months of aircraft structural sheet metal experience or have successfully completed Aero Structural Training
    • Candidates must also possess the willingness to work assigned shift and overtime as required as well as the ability to work on concrete floors, uneven surfaces, and in confined spaces, as well as walk on open floor beams, climb on stairs/scaffolding, crawl/kneel in work station, and lift/move parts and/or tools
    • Candidates must pass the Work Keys Assessment (www.workkeys.com)

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    Assembler

    Job Description: Openings for 1st and 2nd shift position 

    Position requires Steel Toe Shoes

    Previous manufacturing assembly experience highly desirable

    Under the direction of production supervision, the Production Assembler 1 builds the highest quality products at the lowest possible cost, meeting company production standards,customer specifications and delivery requirements, in accordance with company policies and procedures.

    Ability to read and comprehend English assembly instructions, assembly drawings, and procedure manuals. Ability to operate a computer and communicate one on one with other employees of the organization.

    Assemble products, following work instructions ensuring the highest quality products, meeting company product standards, production goals, and customer specifications and delivery requirements.


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    Financial Specialist-Cr - Financial Arrangements - Gainesville

    Provides financial counseling to inpatients, outpatients and emergency room patients and/or their guarantors. Establishes and/or confirms patient's account number and/or medical record number as well as securing appropriate socio-economic data relative to each account.

    Conducts detailed financial screening and analysis, including money collections, arranging monthly payment plans, completing federal or state documents, such as the Medicare Secondary Payor, and/or obtaining sponsorship for the patient. Verifies insurance information, obtains applicable pre-certifications, notifications and/or authorizations. Coordinates with internal and external departments as needed regarding any patient financial issues.

    Job Opening Qualifications

    Minimum Education and Experience Requirements:

    High school graduate or equivalent. Either 2 years of college education with a major in accounting, business or finance OR 3 years experience in related field. 2 of the 3 years experience should be in a hospital business setting or allied health service dealing with patients and business affairs.

    A working knowledge of medical and insurance industry terminology is required. High School graduate or equivalent is required. Must have experience which demonstrates ability to perform multiple tasks simultaneously, recognize and react to changing priorities, make timely and accurate judgment decisions, effectively communicate with other health-care professionals and work independent of direct supervision. Must be able to demonstrate exceptional verbal, analytical and written communication skills.

    Motor Vehicle Operator Designation:

    Employees in this position:

    Will operate vehicles for an assigned business purpose as a "non-frequent driver"

    Licensure/Certification/Registration:

    None



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