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Customer Care Associate, Full Time (Temp), Day Shift, Information Center
Adventist Health is more than an award-winning health system. We provide whole-person care to our communities and champion the greater good - from the operating room to the boardroom, we are driven by our unique passion to live God's love through health, wholeness and hope.
From Oregon to Oahu, we have a calling to always do more. Now is your chance to apply your passion to our mission.
We're looking for someone to join our team as a Customer Care Associate who:
Performs general secretarial and receptionist duties, office management and patient services. Assists in all aspects of front office functions to provide quality service to patients and staff.
Provides communication, information, assistance and coordination for all customer requests in designated facility location. Provides patient care support. Maintains excellent customer service.
Answers phone, takes messages and directs call to the appropriate person. Admits patients into clinic.
Pulls charts, processes encounter forms, verifies insurance and patient information in computer. Makes appropriate updates, copies/scans insurance information for clinic registration. Prepares charts with appropriate forms necessary to complete the visit. Prepares and completes referrals for patients, obtaining authorizations, and assisting patients and physicians with referral coordination.
Provides technical support services and functions under supervision of a clinician/specialty team. Provides back-up for admitting clerks as needed. Performs registration process, obtaining all pertinent demographic and insurance information required, including authorizations when necessary.
Runs report(s) for overdue balances for next day appointments and relays via fax to clinics before next day. Monitors computer data for accounts needing collection interaction.
Utilizes and updates departmental databases. Verifies insurance coverage and eligibility for all patients according to procedures. Coordinates and monitors insurance information for outpatient billing purposes.
Verifies insurance coverage and eligibility for all patients according to procedures. Balances over-the-counter daily receipts. Opens and/or locks up the building.
Performs quality control checks of general front desk and waiting areas to ensure hospital cleanliness. Keeps waiting rooms neat and orderly.
Assists in cleaning rooms between cases according to established protocols. Opens and/or closes unit. Monitors daily level of stock supplies for assigned area of responsibility and ensures levels are adequate. Monitors panels for alarms and reports to appropriate department.
Receives payments from patients. Balances cash drawer and credit card receipts.
Manages office duties including money deposits to cashier, typing documents, entering data into the computer, medical record management and billing management. Collects statistics and manages data entry of daily charges. Monitors computer data for accounts needing collection interaction.
Communicates to clinic leadership ideas to improve clinic operations. Participates in ongoing cross-services performance improvement teams.
Performs other job-related duties as assigned.
You'll be successful with the following qualifications:
High School Education/GED or equivalent: Preferred
Associate's / Technical Degree or equivalent combination of education/related experience: Preferred
Medical Assistant / 40 Hours / Day / Wound Care Center
GENERAL SUMMARY/ OVERVIEW STATEMENT:
The Medical Assistant (MA) is an integral member of the healthcare team and is accountable for patient care as assigned by a licensed independent provider (LIP: MD, NP, PA), a Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) or a Registered Nurse (RN). The MA participates in the direct and indirect care of patients, health maintenance, patient instruction, collaborative planning and rehabilitation within scope of practice and consistent with his/her education and training. The Medical Assistant may be present in secure medication storage areas and is allowed incidental access to medications. Developing relationships with patients, families and colleagues, the MA functions as an interdisciplinary team member who provides quality patient care and contributes toward the attainment of important goals for the patient, the practice and the organization.
PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Job duties and responsibilities may vary by department (see addendum A for more detail)
Clinical Duties and Responsibilities:
Demonstrates true engagement and enthusiasm to contribute toward the care delivery needs for patients and families.
Promotes an inclusive environment supportive of patient and family centered care for a diverse community.
Accepts assignments for patient care within the scope of his/her preparation and within current standards of practice.
In conjunction with a Licensed Independent Provider (LIP) , LPN or RN, participates in the gathering of data that contributes to the assessment, planning, and evaluation of care delivered.
Collaborates as a member of the health care team, contributing toward a supportive and therapeutic environment that promotes the attainment of patient goals that are specific, measurable, action-oriented, realistic and timely.
Accurately obtains vital signs, elicits information about the patient's basic health status, administers relevant care within scope of practice and as directed by the LIP/LPN/RN, and documents as appropriate in the electronic health record.
Performs routine tests that may include but is not limited to: electrocardiograms, vision and hearing screening, and the collection of specimens for laboratory testing and point of care.
Participates in team-based care and patient education initiatives to support the health and wellness of patients in conjunction with the LIP/LPN/RN. Reinforces patient instruction as directed by LIP/LPN/RN.
Participates in organizational and unit-based quality improvement initiatives and compliance readiness.
Participates in telephone screening of patients; may provide instruction to patient when directed by the LIP/LPN/RN.
Participates in prescription management tasks including pending of new prescriptions and renewals requiring LIP approval, prior authorizations and medication reconciliation.
Follows approved clinical practice guidelines (CPG's) and workflows, pends appropriate orders for radiology, laboratory testing and other care needs requiring LIP authorization.
Performs a variety of tasks, including those that may be facilitated by administrative staff, which have an effect on the overall operations of the unit. These include flow, stocking of rooms, scheduling tasks and all other duties as assigned.
Appropriately utilizes organizational resources including management of time, supplies, equipment and other assets.
Other duties as assigned.
High school diploma or GED required
Some college or Associate's Degree preferred
Bachelor's Degree preferred
Graduate of an accredited Medical Assistant Certificate Program preferred
Experience in healthcare preferred
SKILLS/ ABILITIES/ COMPETENCIES REQUIRED:
Technical Skills/Competencies Required:
Knowledge of practice operations and standards.
Beginning to intermediate knowledge and use of medical terminology.
Ability to accurately perform vital signs and obtain pertinent health information including but not limited to: temperature, pulse, respirations, blood pressure, height, and weight.
Ability to participate in the medication reconciliation processes and related prescription management tasks, including prior authorizations.
Knowledge and ability to perform specific procedures and tests as appropriate to the clinical setting.
- Demonstrates effective oral and written communication skills in English. Communicates in a professional, courteous, clear and concise manner. Facilitates therapeutic relationships between patients, families and other members of the health care team.
- Ability to correspond and communicate with others clearly and effectively in writing (via e-mail, memo or interoffice note, documentation of patient information) and to take complete and accurate messages.
- Ability to telephonically support the practice by answering and screening calls, offering information within scope of practice to facilitate communication.
- Ability to manage work processes in a neat and systematic way. Ability to manage multiple tasks effectively, appropriately prioritize clinical work, follow established policies, procedures and clinical practice guidelines, workflows.
- Demonstrates ability to utilize technology in the clinical setting. Includes basic computer skills as well as the utilization of electronic medical equipment.. Ability to type accurately and enter data at an intermediate level. Ability to become proficient in using the EHR and other appropriate applications. Ability to utilize hand-held technology and download related data to the electronic health record.
HOSPITAL WIDE RESPONSIBILITIES:
Works within legal, regulatory, accreditation and ethical practice standards relevant to the position and as established by BWH/Partners: follow safe practices required for the position; complies with appropriate BWH and Partners policies and procedures; fulfills any training required by BWH and/or Partners; as appropriate; brings potential matters of non-compliance to the attention of the supervisor or other appropriate hospital staff.
Director Patient Care - The Birth Center - FT Days
Swedish Medical Center
How would you like to be working in a job that you love as with a highly skilled and talented Women's Services team in a top-notch healthcare system?
If you are ready to take your career to the next level, Take Your Career to Swedish.
As one of south metro Denver's most respected healthcare institutions, for more than 100 years, Swedish Medical Center is where exceptional professionals have come to provide excellent patient care. Located in Englewood, Colorado, this internationally recognized 368-bed acute-care facility is an eight time winner of the National Research Corporation Consumer Choice Award, a Top 100 Hospital recognized by Reuters, and boasts eight distinctive Centers of Excellence which includes Women and Children's.
As a Swedish employee, you will enjoy the warm, community-care setting that makes care more personal...and your career infinitely more satisfying. Rediscover the reasons you chose healthcare as your career. We are waiting for you at Swedish.
The director provides leadership through planning, organizing, coordinating, monitoring and evaluating the care provided for patients. Responsibilities include fiscal, human resource, and operational functions.
Maintains 24 hour accountability. Embrace and consistently demonstrate Swedish Memorable Care initiatives, encompassing both patients and employees.
Current Registered Nurse license in the State of Colorado.
Required at time of hire: Current BCLS certification, ACLS, NRP
Bachelor Science Nursing or Bachelor's degree in health related field required. Masters in nursing or related field preferred. Graduate of a certified school of nursing.
Minimum of 5 years clinical experience required. Previous management experience preferred.
Demonstrates comprehensive knowledge of the practice of nursing process. Demonstrates the ability to plan and provide for delivery of nursing services.
Ability to recognize the needs and concerns of people and to maintain constructive relationships in dealing with them. Ability to communicate effective orally and in writing. Participates in counseling and guidance of personnel.
Acts as a representative of administration for patient care. Ability to assume twenty-four hour responsibility for integration of interpersonal aspects in all patient care. Ability to assume leadership role with the health team in planning and delivery of patient care. Recognized personal responsibility in striving for innovative health care delivery which meets contemporary needs and assumes leadership in negotiating for changes in health care.
Center Director - School Age Child Care - Midlothian
The YMCA of Greater Richmond is looking for a positive role model to plan programming, oversee center management and supervise children at our child care sites at the Midlothian Y.
The YMCA of Greater Richmond is a nonprofit organization with the goal of strengthening the foundations of community. We do this through programs that help build a healthy mind, body and spirit for all, and our programs are built around our three focus areas: Healthy Living, Youth Development and Social Responsibility. The Y is committed to access, inclusion and engagement for all. At the Y we recognize, appreciate and value all dimensions of diversity and the ways that our communities are unique. We seek to engage and connect diverse populations in a welcoming environment focused on building bridges towards empathy and equity. As an employer, the Y seeks to recruit energetic professionals, encourage work-life balance, and provide opportunities for growth and development. Our employees exemplify and adhere to our four Brand Behaviors of Honesty, Caring, Respect and Responsibility.
Responsibilities include development and implementation of engaging youth development programs, supervision of a group of school age children, and day to day operations of a school age child care center.
General experience with supervising staff, budgeting and program administration is helpful
Strong communication, organizational, and interpersonal skills are required
A valid driver's license and a good driving record are also necessary
Candidates must meet Virginia DSS licensing requirements: college-level coursework in a related field or CDA required
Minimum age is 21
Candidates must be responsible and energetic
Director Of Operations, Center For Health Care Innovation
The Director of Operations provides oversight of the operations of the Center, including staffing allocation, hiring and onboarding, personnel management, and business plan development for the overall portfolio of projects.
This role is responsible for designing and executing Innovation Center projects from contextual research through rapid experimentation and implementation. This includes mentoring junior staff and managing a team of over 10 direct reports. This position requires a high degree of sophistication, resourcefulness, creativity and the ability to lead by influencing others at all levels across the organization.
The Director must have the ability to engage project stakeholders, make key decisions, and perform analyses, which will impact project success and completion. The Penn Medicine Center for Health Care Innovation facilitates the rapid, disciplined development, testing and implementation of new strategies to reimagine health care delivery, improve patient outcomes, patient and clinician experience, and reduce the cost of care. We believe the best way to make big improvements to patient health and health care delivery is to experiment quickly at low cost, only scaling once we find high impact solutions.
The Center provides an exciting and fast-paced opportunity for motivated, entrepreneurial individuals to effect systemic change at Penn Medicine and across the healthcare industry. Accountabilities: • Engage and align key stakeholders across Penn Medicine on objectives and approaches to complex projects and provide opportunities for staff to interact and build relationships with project partners. • Act as an Ambassador for the department and the organization. • Establish clear, measurable goals to align efforts and for transparency in how projects are progressing. •Identify opportunities to improve project selection and execution. •Evaluate the clinical and financial outcomes of projects to derive key learnings and plan for sustainability across the organization. •Establish operating mechanisms and lightweight processes to enable a high performance team, including overseeing staff allocation and project intake. • Lead the hiring and onboarding of new staff and create common practices for this process across the Center. • Manage staff within the Acceleration Lab, providing project guidance, career development support, and mentorship. • Identify opportunities for continuous development of the team, which includes creating new positions for maturing staff and responding to staff feedback regarding the work environment. • Identify opportunities to improve project selection and execution • Evaluate the clinical and financial outcomes of projects to derive key learnings and plan for sustainability across the organization •Performs duties in accordance with Penn Medicine and entity values, policies, and procedures •Other duties as assigned to support the unit, department, entity, and health system organization
RN, Care Manager- Per Diem, Day Shift, Resource Center
Adventist Health is more than an award-winning health system. We provide whole-person care to our communities and champion the greater good - from the operating room to the boardroom, we are driven by our unique passion to live God's love through health, wholeness and hope. From Oregon to Oahu, we have a calling to always do more. Now is your chance to apply your passion to our mission.
We're looking for someone to join our team as a RN, Care Manager who:
Provides excellent patient care by assisting in the collaboration, development, implementation, revision and reporting of the case management program. Acts as a liaison between the patient, family, nurse, physicians, multidisciplinary team and patient's healthcare benefactor to optimize outcomes. Serves as a consultant to the healthcare team on specific patient items. Coordinates a continuum of care for a defined population of patients from pre-admission through post discharge. Assures that patients and families proceed efficiently through the course of hospitalization.
Leads the coordination of patient care with other disciplines within the care team, monitoring the appropriateness and timeliness of care.
Ensures the interdisciplinary care plan is consistent with the patient's clinical course, continuing care needs and covered services by monitoring diagnostic testing, treatments and procedures, and other aspects of patient care as appropriate for acute care.
Discusses with physicians, the appropriateness of resource utilization, consultations, treatment plan, estimated length of stay, and discharge plan. Focuses on complex patients, frequent emergency department utilizers, chronic pain patients, and substance abuse.
Coordinates the transfer of patients to tertiary centers, including the transfer of patient information required for continuity of ongoing treatment and services.
Provides oversight and collects data required for regulatory and accreditation compliance. Manages frequent emergency department visitors by conducting a focus study review of the previous and current admissions.
Performs other job-related duties as assigned.
You'll be successful with the following qualifications:
- Bachelor's Degree (BSN): Preferred
- Experience in a care management role: Preferred
Case management certification: Preferred
Registered Nurse (RN) licensure in state of practice: Required
Center Director - Child Care & Preschool
Our organization prides itself on excellence, putting the education and development of our children first and foremost. When you consider a career at Learning Care Group, know you will be joining a team that is passionate about thoroughly preparing their students for all the challenges that lie ahead.
In a Director, we look for committed individuals who want to make a difference in the lives of young children and their families, while effectively and efficiently running all School operations.
Some of the exciting things that you will do as a Director include, but are not limited to:
Make a difference every day!
Be accountable for the operation of the school, ensuring that the school is operating in accordance with company and state licensing standards.
Be responsible for ensuring an educational, caring and safe environment for the children and parents.
Spark imagination, build self-esteem and help children discover new things each day.
Promote the positive image of the company and play a major role in making the company a provider of choice in educational programs for the communities that we service.
Recruit, select and retain quality staff.
Help achieve profitability for the company.
In order to be considered for this position, you must meet all state licensing requirements, including:
Must be at least 21 years of age with a High School Diploma or GED.
Must have current certification in infant, child and adult CPR and first aid
Must have at least 2 semester hours in Child Care Administration from an accredited college or university, or a minimum of 3.0 CEUs in Child Care Administration.
Must have one of the following:
Bachelor's degree or higher in Early Childhood Education or Child Development
Bachelor's degree or higher with 18 credits in ECE, Child Development or Child related field with 1 year of teaching experience in a child care setting and 1 year of supervisory experience
Associate's degree in ECE or Child Development with 1 year of teaching experience in a child care setting and 1 year of supervisory experience
CDA with 18 semester hours in ECE or Child Development plus 1 year of teaching experience in a child care setting and 1 year of supervisory experience
Director Patient Care Services: Medical-Surgical: Vassar Brothers Medical Center
Health Quest was formed through an affiliation of four hospitals: Northern Dutchess Hospital (Rhinebeck, NY), Putnam Hospital Center (Carmel, NY), Sharon Hospital (Sharon, CT) and Vassar Brothers Medical Center (Poughkeepsie, NY). Health Quest also includes affiliated healthcare providers Health Quest Medical Practice and The Heart Center. Together, these hospitals and healthcare providers have devoted themselves to the development of clinical specialties and medical programs and services.
We also count among our partners long-term care facilities, a free-standing radiation oncology center, urgent care centers, a multi-specialty medical practice and a home care service.
HEALTH QUEST IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER.
Vassar Brothers Medical Center is hiring a Director Patient Care Services Medical-Surgical.
The Director responsible and accountable for the 24/7 delivery of care on a selected unit consistent with the philosophy, goals, policies and procedures of the Nursing Department and Medical Center administration. Utilizes principles of management and the nursing process to achieve optimal care delivery through effective utilization of resources.
Demonstrates the leadership, knowledge and skills necessary to provide appropriate care to the age of the patient served on the nursing unit or by patient care departments. Works within the guidelines set by the institution to insure fiscal stability and to provide quality services to the community it serves.
RESPONSIBILITIES AND STANDARDS
1.Planning. Uses planning process as a tool for management of the nursing unit.
2.Communication. Fosters an environment for open communications and collaborative practice.
3.Guest Relations: Demonstrates regard for the dignity and respect of all patients, family members, visitors and medical center personnel as defined in the philosophy of Vassar Brothers Medical Center.
4.Staff Development. Encourages and fosters staff development through provision of educational and personal growth opportunities.
5.Quality Improvement. Develops and maintains a Quality Improvement program that meets acceptable established standards, and reflects the goals and objectives of the Nursing Department.
6.Fiscal Management. Delivers quality care while keeping costs within the hospital's fiscal standards.
7.Personal Development. Seeks out opportunities for growth that enhance professional practice.
8.Labor Relations. Establishes a relationship with employees that fosters effective working relationships and allows all parties to function optimally at their jobs.
9.Possesses the ability to understand and react effectively to the implementation and evaluation of health care treatment by accurately assessing the patient's requirements relative to his/her age specific needs according to departmental policies and procedures.
Previous experience of Three to Five years in acute care hospital unit leadership with 24/7 accountability.
Minimum of 5 years of clinical experience as staff nurse with a Clinical Coordinator/Assistant Nurse Manager or Charge Nurse role to acquire supervisory skills and knowledge of the area to be managed.
Neurological unit experience a plus.
Required: Graduate of accredited school of Nursing.
Required: B.A. or B.S. degree or matriculation in program within 6 months of hire with a major in nursing. M.S.N preferred
License: Current New York State R.N. license in good standing.
Personal Care Attendant (Pca) / Caregiver / Memory Care - Day Shift
Join an award winning team! Our community won the prestigious 2018 "Bronze" award through the American Health Care Association for quality care of our residents. We are one of only a small handful of care centers in the entire state of Oregon to enjoy this award and designation! We also enjoyed a deficiency-free survey in 2017, showing our strong commitment to excellent care of our residents!
Imagine waking up each morning knowing that you're about to do some good in the world...
Prestige Care is about people helping people, and is rooted in a philosophy of caring based on our core values respect, integrity, commitment and trust that are at the center of all we do. Our mission is to provide quality care, guided by a compassionate heart and our promise is to personally touch lives every day.
Minutes away from Glacier National Park, Whitefish Mountain Ski Resort, Flathead Lake and snow-capped mountain peaks, Prestige Assisted Living in Kalispell, Montana is surrounded by the stunning beauty of nature.
Whether you'd like to join a baking group or participate in a painting class, our Kalispell community offers a myriad of fun activity choices and life-enrichment programming. In fact, we're proud of our very own team member who was named the 2017 Noble Caregiver In Assisted Living from the National Center for Assisted Living (NCAL).
Our innovative wellness program, Celebrations, is designed to nurture mind, body and spirit, and give you the choices and freedom to celebrate life. As your partner in active aging, it is our goal to help you achieve an optimum level of health and wellness throughout all aspects of your life.
At Kalispell, we also offer the award-winning Expressions Memory Care Program, which uses innovative techniques and approaches to turn daily activities into memorable and meaningful events. Our program provides people living with dementia and other forms of cognitive impairment an outlet for creativity through arts, learning, and spirituality, embracing the philosophy that "Life is an Activity".
Personal Care Attendant provides direct resident care, completes assignments as a universal worker, assists in maintaining a positive physical and psychosocial environment for residents, and upholds Prestige's core values of respect, integrity, commitment and trust.
Provides direct resident care while promoting resident dignity, independence and choice, regularly observes residents' physical and mental conditions and reports changes to the Health Services Director, Expressions Coordinator, or Executive Director.
Assists with or performs ADL's, takes vital signs and weights and accurately documents care services provided and observations on communication log and incident reports. Reports and documents all incidents and accidents immediately.
Assists residents to and from dining room and activities.
Performs First Aid and initiates emergency response procedures as required.
Greets residents, visitors, and staff courteously and answers phones when assigned.
Follows and supports community fire safety and infection control practices and promptly reports any unsafe conditions or equipment to immediate supervisor.
Serves meals in the dining room, assisting residents at meal time, provides resident tray delivery, and assists with dining room and kitchen clean up and maintenance.
Assists with tours, move-ins, move-outs, and transfers and coordinates personal care service with co-workers assisting with lifting and responds to assistance pages promptly.
Assists with apartment housekeeping services and residents laundry.
Attends and participates in training, in-services, and staff meetings.
Performs other related duties as assigned.
High school diploma or GED with one or more years of personal care experience with older adults preferred.
Must complete and pass competency evaluation within 120 days of employment, state required training including the Revised Fundamentals of Care, Dementia Care, First Aid, CPR and HIV training if not able to provide appropriate documentation of prior training.
Current First Aid and CPR certification.
Food Handlers permit if required by State.
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Director Center For Digestive Care
LocationNew York, New YorkShift:Day (United States of America)Description:
Feel the Fulfillment: Enhance Our Mission-Driven Work
Service Line Director - Digestive
The digestive service line at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital/Weill Cornell is going through a phase of rapid growth and expansion. With recent opening of the transformative David H. Koch Center, there is an unparalleled opportunity to build a truly innovative, multi-disciplinary and patient-centered ambulatory program in the digestive space. Our clinicians are renowned experts in their fields and innovation, cutting-edge technology and compassionate care are hallmarks of our services. We are seeking a dynamic health care professional to join our team and help drive growth and regionalization of our digestive program.
In this role you will work closely with high profile physicians and senior hospital leaders to enhance and grow our neurosciences program. This includes developing strategic plans, building hospital business plans/budgets, working with marketing and public relations professionals to promote our services, and collaborating with multidisciplinary teams to improve the way care is delivered to our patients. With the growth of NYP to a 10 hospital academic regional network, you will also lead large-scale projects that span multiple sites where our digestive services are provided.
Join a highly collaborative team and help take the digestive service line to the next level
- Master's Degree
5-7 years of experience
Hospital operations with emphasis on financial analysis
Knowledge of human resources policies & procedures
Knowledge of regulatory compliance
Knowledge of the service line's operations
Join a hospital where employee engagement is at an all-time high. Enjoy competitive compensation along with benefits such as tuition reimbursement, hospital retirement contributions, and financial planning assistance. Start your life-changing journey today.
- #1 in New York, "America's Best Hospitals 2017-2018." - U.S.News & World Report
- 2018 "Best Places to Work: Employee's Choice." - Glassdoor
- 2018 "Employees' Choice: Top CEOs" - Glassdoor
- 2018 "America's Best Employers." - Forbes
- 2018 "150 Best Places to Work in Healthcare." - Becker's Healthcare
- 2018 "Top-Rated Work Places: Best Hospitals" - Indeed
Discover why we're #1 in New York and a best employer at: nyp.org/careers
NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital is an equal opportunity employer.
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