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Revenue Cycle Lead / Corporate Services - West Allis / Billing Under Arrangement 001 / FT Days / 80 Hours Bi-Weekly

Job ID: 197410

Revenue Cycle Lead / Corporate Services

  • West Allis / Billing Under Arrangement 001 / FT Days / 80 Hours Bi-Weekly

West Allis, Wisconsin

Regular/Day

Additional Job Information

Title:

Revenue Cycle Lead City, State:

West Allis,WI

Location: Corporate Services

  • West Alli

Department:

Billing Under Arrangement 001

Additional Job Details: Full-Time,Day, 40 hours,Weekly

Marketing Statement In Wisconsin, Ascension operates 24 hospitals and hundreds of related healthcare facilities that together employ more than 23,500 associates. Across the state, Ascension provided more than $230 million in community benefit and care of persons living in poverty in fiscal year 2016.

Serving Wisconsin for 169 years, Ascension is a faith-based healthcare organization committed to delivering compassionate, personalized care to all, with special attention to persons living in poverty and those most vulnerable. Ascension is the largest non-profit health system in the U.S. and the world’s largest Catholic health system, operating 2,500 sites of care – including 141 hospitals and more than 30 senior living facilities – in 24 states and the District of Columbia. Visit www.ascension.org/wisconsin. We’re looking for talented associates to join us as we continue advancing healthcare across Wisconsin.

Job Description



Job Summary: Leads assigned staff in performing revenue cycle operations activities or tasks.

Responsibilities



: + Leads or coordinates shift operations of assigned activities, resources, and/or associates.

  • Serves as a technical or functional resource and performs similar duties with staff.

  • Assigns, monitors and reviews progress of work. Monitors and reports compliance with policies and/or procedures.

  • Oversees and evaluates orientation and training of assigned associates. May provide input in the review and evaluation of staff performance.

Qualifications

Education



: + HS or Equivalent + High School Diploma or equivalent required Bachelor's Degree in related field preferred

Work Experience: + Minimum of three (3) years within Revenue Cycle setting with demonstrated proficiencies in a Senior position required.

How To Apply We urge you to apply to any/all positions that you have interest in. If you fit the qualifications for the role, we will reach out to you.

Please ensure you complete all required fields within the application (indicated with an asterik), as well as additional information that is requested of you. Information that you offer us will better assist us in understanding your qualifications and fit for the position(s) you've applied for. For questions or assistance with completing the online application, please contact Ascension Candidate Care at 855-778-6037. Also to note, our online application system may not be compatible with non-Windows based operating systems (iPhones, iPads, or Mac computers).

Equal Employment Opportunity Ascension Wisconsin is an equal opportunity employer and will not discriminate against employees or prospective employees on basis of age, race, creed, color, religion, marital status, sex, national origin, ancestry, citizenship, sexual orientation, disability, arrest and/or conviction record, military status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic or status protected by law. For further information regarding your EEO rights, click on the following link to the “EEO is the Law” poster: http://www.dol.gov/ofccp/regs/compliance/posters/pdf/eeopost.pdf M/F/Disabled/Vet EEO is the Law Poster Supplement http://www.dol.gov/ofccp/regs/compliance/posters/pdf/ofccp_eeo_supplement_final_jrf_qa_508c.pdf



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Funeral Arranger

Job Description:

This position is primarily responsible for managing the quality of funeral services and providing professional funeral services for the families of deceased. This includes coordination and logistics of funeral services, conducting services and monitoring the performance of service staff to ensure client family satisfaction.

Focused on ensuring that Miller-Jones exceeds the family's expectations every time. Professional funeral services includes management of catering and event services (receptions). Must be a strong communicator, with the ability to speak in front of groups, including management. Excellent customer service skills required.

Bilingual skills highly desired. An ability to manage details, be organized and plan and coordinate multiple activities and services, working with several families at a time. DUTIES AND TASKSConfers with families, assuring them of company's philosophy and commitment while providing a sense of calmness and professionlism; listen intently to ensure arrangements and services meet the family's needs.Acts as a professional liaison between client families, guests, visitors and the company to answer questions and resolve concerns proactively. Striving for 100% customer satisfactions on all services

Communicate with managers, service staff, and care center daily regarding service/family needs.Follow policies and procedures for services, in coordination with entire company and all departments.Be prepared to work weekends, as scheduled or as the need arises.

Company Description:

Miller-Jones Mortuary & Crematory is dedicated to providing top notch facilities and a caring staff. Our goal is to treat each family in a special way, exceeding their expectations.

Family owned and operated since 1975, there are now 8 locations throughout the Inland Empire. The priority of the Jones family is to see that the families they are privileged to serve receive meaningful, appropriate and affordable services. All of their funeral homes are proud recipients of the National Funeral Directors Association highest award, The Pursuit of Excellence.



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Area 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
    Keywords: Girling, Girling Home Health, Girling Hospice, AmHeart Hospice, Asian American Home Health, Asian American Hospice, Girling Healthcare, Harden Home Health, Harden Hospice, Healthfield, Iowa Hospice, Missouri Home Care of Rolla, Omega Hospice, The Home Option, Girling Community Care, Odyssey, Vista Care, VistaCare, Olsten Kimberley Quality Care ~MON~
    All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or national origin.
    Job Location San Antonio, Texas, United States Position Type Full-Time/Regular
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    Service Arrangements Representative I

    Service Arrangements Representative I The Service Arrangements Department is vital to the success of Forest Lawn. This department is responsible for arranging the administrative aspects of the Funeral Service and ensuring that client families receive the highest level of personal and professional service.In this vital role, Service Arrangements Representatives are responsible for:Meeting with families and visitors to effectively answer questions or resolve problems.Assisting with processing and filing Death Certificates, Internment/Cremation Permits, obituaries and memorial tributes.Collecting information and creating client family files.Coordinating paperwork, answering telephones, filing, and data entry.Collaborating with other functional departments to ensure guest needs are met and resolved.Covering Reception Desk and Information Booth when needed.This individual will serve families and visitors compassionately, promptly and professionally, and must be understanding and respectful of the nature of our business. Qualifications:Strong Customer Service experience

    Minimum of 2-years in an administrative role is required.Have basic knowledge of Word and ExcelType 45/wpmHave proficient and effective written and oral communication skills.Ability to work in a fast paced, strict deadline, time sensitive environment.High school diploma/G.E.D.Because of the need to provide service to our families seven days a week, the schedule includes every other weekend and some holidays, 8am to 5pm. Service Arrangements Representatives are provided a professional uniform that includes a blazer, skirt/pants and blouse. We also provide dry cleaning.We Offer an Outstanding Compensation and Benefits Package, Which Includes:Medical/Dental/Life InsurancePaid Vacation and Paid Absence PlanLong Term Disability401(k) with a matching contribution plan

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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:

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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, EPIC

    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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    Funeral Arranger

    Overview & Responsibilities

    We currently have a full time opening for a Funeral Arranger at Draper Mortuary in Ontario, CA. This is the opportunity to be part of the Dignity Memorial® provider network and grow your career in the funeral, cremation and cemetery services business. For us, there is no greater responsibility than celebrating each life like no other and making a difference in the lives of people we serve.

    GENERAL ACCOUNTABILITIES

    Services client families during funerals visitations, and interment. Assists with caring for the deceased in a respectful manner. Provides customer service in all areas of helping client families following the loss of a loved one. Provides exemplary personalized and professional service. Assists in the implementation of choices made by the families/legal representative regarding the funeral, final disposition of the body and memorialization of the individual. Ensures customer needs are met directly or through appropriately licensed individuals.

    SPECIFIC RESPONSBILITIES

    • Arranges, conducts and directs bereavement rites, including funeral and memorial ceremonies in a professional, organized and caring manner consistent with Company Policies and Procedures

    • Confirms authorization to proceed with the service arrangements

    • Retains heritage and grows market share through active involvement with community, religious and other organizations

    • Ensures client families are informed of special recognition/services available for veterans and ensures the delivery of selected recognition/services.

    • Assists with funeral services by:

    • Coordinating the parking of cars

    • Ushering

    • Driving funeral vehicles

    • Assisting at chapel and church services

    • Assisting at the cemetery

    • Delivering flowers, caskets, urn, photos and other personal keepsakes or mementos of client families

    • Setting up chairs and the removing, properly caring for and storing of these items

    • Participating at special functions

    • Provides aftercare in absence of Family Service Counselor. Aftercare includes delivery of:

    • Documentation

    • Stationery

    • Information on insurance, health benefits and pension

    • Pre-arrangements for next of kin

    • Ensures potential pre-need referrals are shared with Family Service Counselors

    • Ensures adherence to all applicable professional, municipal, provincial/state and federal licensing authorities, rules and regulations

    • Completes and accurately prepares of all documents related to services, cremations, maintenance, and any other type of data entry

    • Assists with general office duties including answering phones and preparing reports as necessary

    • Assist with the maintenance of vehicles, the facility and property

    • Receives caskets and other funeral home supplies as well as place into inventory

    • Ensures refreshments are available (where allowed by law)

    • Performs other duties as assigned

    Requirements & Qualifications

    Education:

    • High School diploma or GED equivalent

    Experience:

    • Related experience as a Funeral Assistant or Funeral Arranger is required

    Certification/Licenses:

    • Valid driver's license

    Knowledge, Skills & Abilities:

    • Basic knowledge of religious and fraternal organizations customs.

    • Knowledge of computers and some software including MS Office products required (Excel & Publisher is required)

    • Professional attire required

    • High level of compassion and integrity

    • Good communication skills

    • Problem solving skills

    • Ability to multi task and set priorities

    • Detail oriented

    • Must be able to work evenings and weekends

    • Must be able to lift 75 lbs or more

    • Bimlingual in English and Spanish is a plus

    SCI Overview

    Who we are. What we do.

    We're more than North America's largest provider of funeral, cremation and cemetery services. We are mothers, fathers, sisters, brothers, sons and daughters who are devoted to the communities where we live and work. We are more than 20,000 dedicated individuals who provide caring assistance to families in need, honor veterans and public servants and deliver lifesaving programs to help keep children and seniors safe.

    We operate under the umbrella of the Dignity Memorial network of 1,800 funeral homes and cemeteries. Dignity Memorial providers care for more than 300,000 families each year and understand the importance of thoughtful, personalized arrangements. We believe creating meaningful ways to pay tribute to a loved one begins with compassion and is shaped by the understanding that each life is truly unique. For us, there is no greater responsibility than honoring and preserving the story of one's life.

    Benefits Options:

    • Health benefits (medical, dental, vision, life)

    • 401K Retirement Savings Plan with company match

    • Vacation and sick time

    • Tuition reimbursement

    • Funeral discounts, and more

    SCI offers advanced on-line training resources, career advancement opportunities in the largest organization in the industry, attractive benefits, and a wonderful community to serve with plenty of culture and personality. For additional information regarding our company, please visit our corporate site at www.sci-corp.com.

    As used herein, "SCI" refers to Service Corporation International and its affiliated companies.

    Equal Opportunity Employer, M/F/D/V


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    Floral Arranger

    Purpose:

    The Floral Arranger produces silk and fresh-cut floral arrangements to distribute for retail sales while ensuring that each customer receives "Extra Step" customer service by:

    • Welcoming each customer

    • Calling them by name

    • Taking care of their needs

    • Thanking them

    • Inviting them back

    Job Functions:

    • Provide "Extra Step" customer service to every customer

    • Use equipment such as knife, foliage stripper, shears, hot glue gun, wire cutter, etc.

    • Work independently

    • Follow directions for arranging and design techniques

    • Stock completed arrangements in a 36 degree cooler for up to 30 minutes

    • Check-in and stock hard goods

    • Must meet days production standards

    • Works in one spot for lengthy periods

    • Count and pack orders to distribute to store locations

    • Work in atmosphere of high pollen and seed spore count

    • Work actions include standing, walking, bending, reaching, stooping and squatting

    • Lift up to 30 lbs., ex. carrying cut flower buckets, stocking cases of vases, etc.

    • Push and pull three level carts with loads weighing up to 300 lbs.

    • Keep work area sanitary by using company approved cleaners and equipment

    • You may be cross-trained in other departments

    Qualifications:

    • Must be at least 18 years of age

    • Basic reading and math skills

    • Artistic and creative skills

    • Must pass the Floral Arranger Assessment

    • Must work well with co-workers and support the Dierbergs "Extra Step" customer service philosophy

    Expectations for all Dierbergs Associates:

    • Conform to Dierbergs dress code, appearance, and personal hygiene standards. Visible tattoos must be covered and piercings, other than ears, must be removed.

    • Be flexible in scheduling (including weekends and holidays)

    • Maintain prompt, regular, and dependable attendance as scheduled

    • Comply with all federal, state, location regulations, and Dierbergs policies

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    HR Services Partner - Part Time - Flexible Work Arrangements - Great Clients, Culture, Teammates, An

    The Company

    ConnectHR provides a full range of expert human resources services to small and midsized companies, and supplements and supports larger companies' internal HR. We provide companies with sophisticated "big company" HR services scaled to their needs. We are part of Wilson Albers & Company, which has done business in Alaska and Washington for over fifty years. We are known for our expertise, high-quality client services, integrity, and work culture.

    The Position

    For your assigned clients, you are responsible for coordinating all activities with internal, client, and external resources. As part of the broader ConnectHR team, you assist other HR Services Partners to do the same for their clients when called upon for specialized expertise or added bandwidth. Typical work:

    • Recruitments
    • Employment policies and processes
    • HR systems selection, implementation, administration
    • Compensation analysis and management
    • Benefits management
    • Employee and labor relations
    • Job descriptions
    • Employment strategy
    • Management consulting

    This is a professional-level position paid on an hourly basis to accommodate flexible work schedules. Hours vary between 20-30 per week based on client assignments. This job will appeal to those who like to work with a high degree of autonomy and flexibility.

    Qualifications

    • HR certification
    • Bachelor's degree in relevant field
    • Three or more years of hands-on HR experience
    • Competency with HR systems
    • Suberb client relations and communications skills

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    Area Hospice Medical Director-Contract Arrangement (Medd06)

    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

    Keywords: Girling, Girling Home Health, Girling Hospice, AmHeart Hospice, Asian American Home Health, Asian American Hospice, Girling Healthcare, Harden Home Health, Harden Hospice, Healthfield, Iowa Hospice, Missouri Home Care of Rolla, Omega Hospice, The Home Option, Girling Community Care, Odyssey, Vista Care, VistaCare, Olsten Kimberley Quality Care ~MON~

    All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or national origin.


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