The Hospice RN Case Manager you will be responsible for identifying patient/family needs and for providing supportive care, coordinating the case among the Interdisciplinary Group team in accordance with the plan of care in order to maximize the comfort and health of patients and families. As the Hospice RN Case Manager you will provide direct care to hospice patients in their homes, group homes, or skilled nursing facilities and be responsible for clinical care and medical management activities across the continuum of care (assessing, planning, implementing, coordinating, monitoring and evaluating) as it relates to end of life palliative care. Additionally, you would provide emotional support to the patients and caregivers and families. This position offers potential for growth, a friendly staff, and an opportunity to interact with patients and their families on a more personal level.
Telephone triage and visits
Provide accurate and timely documentation of telephone calls and patient services.
Attending weekly staff meetings
Interacting with other group members such as RN case managers, CNA's, LPN's, social workers and chaplains.
Coordinate with the RN Manager to assure the client driven plan of care that strives to meet positive outcomes through on-going evaluation using evidenced based practice
Responsible for making certain that hospice care provided is compliant with State and Federal regulations (documentation and delivered) through participation in chart review and following established process.
Responsible for participation in orientation, on going education programs, on-going education programs and successful completion of competency requirements.
Responsible for providing services that are congruent with the policies of FHH within the scope of professional nursing practice as defined within the Nurse Practice Act.
Strives to provide services to meet both internal and external customer's expectations.
Ensures hospice care is provided in accordance with agency and company Corporate Compliance Program.
Registered Nurse with active unrestricted license in the State of Nevada required
High school diploma or equivalent
Minimum two to three years demonstrated competence in community health or medical/surgical patient care setting.
Current CPR certified
Must possess a valid Nevada Driver's License and maintain personal auto insurance coverage. Must possess a motor vehicle in good working condition which is available during working hours for job related tasks
Must have demonstrated key technical skills that are utilized in the weekend and after hours care of Hospice Patients
Must be able to work independently and possess basic computer skills
Critical thinking skills required
Develop and implement plan of care based on assessment skills
Coordinate medical care with provider and appropriate team members
Demonstrates initiative toward problem solving
Bachelor's degree preferred
Knowledge of professional standards of care and laws and regulations applicable to hospice services.
Hospice experience highly preferred
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