Belmont Village Senior Living
3680 N. Moorpark Rd
Full-time position available! (weekend availability required) Belmont Village Thousand Oaks is hiring an experienced Wellness Coordinator. Prior nursing experience in a fast paced setting such as a Hospital, Skilled Nursing Facility (SNF), Assisted Living Community or Memory Care Community is strongly preferred. At Belmont Village, our goal is to build dedicated teams who provide excellent care and services for our residents with knowledge, compassion, respect and a commitment to working with seniors. As a Licensed Nurse at Belmont Village Thousand Oaks, you will play a critical role in helping achieve that goal through the supervision of caregivers and med techs, accurate administration of medications, and communication with physicians and family members related to changes in resident care needs. Dependable schedules, competitive pay, excellent benefits, bonus' and career growth opportunities are just a few reasons why Belmont Village Senior Living Thousand Oaks is a GREAT PLACE TO WORK! IND123 #gd #MON PURPOSE This position supports the Director of Resident Care Services through coordination of communication and follow up with doctors, pharmacy and family members to support wellness initiatives, maintain regulatory compliance and enhance resident satisfaction. Administer and document wellness checks for residents. Support resident needs by providing personal care services, assistance, support and supervision as needed. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS Follow up on physician orders and resident medical issues Contact families regarding resident issues Interact and assist with medical personnel inside and outside of the building Troubleshoot pharmacy and medication supply issues Set-up and manage lists related to resident hospital admittance and discharge, hospice needs and special diet requirements. Monitor and respond to voicemails, emails and faxes for the Wellness Center Monitor and record resident weights Input Variance Reports Thin and file discharged resident charts Maintain Wellness Center files and ensure filing is up to date May fill in for open Nurse shifts as needed. Provides medication administration for residents as specified in individual service plan as needed Maintains supportive environment in dementia neighborhoods. Participates in collection of information related to well-being of residents. Develops daily work schedules for Caregivers and daily staffing exceptions. Assists in the maintenance of infection control and hazard communication program for Belmont Village. Provides input to hiring and assist in reviews of Caregivers Assists in development and updating of each resident’s individual service plan. REQUIREMENTS Current LVN/LPN License Min 6 months experience as a Medical Assistant or Administrative Assistant Proficient in verbal and written English Experience or education that has provided the opportunity to develop good organizational skills as well as an understanding and sensitivity to the needs of the aging population Proficient telephone skills Demonstrated organizational and data entry skills Telephone skills Leadership skills Demonstrated Computer skills including Microsoft Office software Ability to work schedules assigned in a 24-hour operation CPR Certified or must obtain within 30 days of hire PREFERENCES Current RN License Min 1 year office related administrative experience Direct supervisory experience One plus year of medication management experience Intermediate Computer skills Observation and assessment skills Belmont Village Senior Living offers full-time employees benefit plans including medical, dental, vision, prescription, short-term disability, long-term disability, life insurance, PTO and 401(k) savings. Belmont Village Senior Living is an EOE/Drug Free work place.
1423 N Jefferson Ave Springfield Missouri 65802 United States
***This position is for internal candidates who are currently working in the Department.
The Clinic Office Assistant II provides a variety of clerical and filing duties in the physician office setting. Duties may include photocopying, faxing, filing, maintenance and transportation of medical records, answering the telephone, computer data entry and other duties as assigned. Knowledgeable of insurance managed care requirements, practice management system, and electronic medical record where applicable. Understanding of how ICD and CPT coding affect reimbursement from third party payers. Billing, collection and charge entry functions as assigned. Demonstrate customer service and team building skills.
Required: High School Diploma or Equivalent
Required: No Prior Experience
Preferred: 1-2 years of previous medical office experience
Excellent verbal and written communication skills
Able to work independently and collaboratively in teams
Proficient Computer skills
The Nebraska Medical Center
987400 Nebraska Medical Center Omaha Nebraska 68198-7400 United States
Coordinates daily work flow of designated team members to ensure prompt resolution of all functions performed within Health Information Management Operations including release of information, HIM compliance, duplicate number resolution, document imaging, transcription, record management (paper and electronic), chart correction and/or deficiency tracking and physician suspension. Coordinates, develops and maintains various projects for all areas within HIM and leads the charge to ensure successful outcomes. Performs routine workflow assessments and makes recommendations for improvement. Provides support for manager and/or director as required.
Minimum of three years experience in Health Information Management or healthcare setting required.
Associate's degree in Health Information Management or equivalent combination of education/experience required. (One year of education equals on year of experience).
Demonstrated analytical abilities to identify and comprehend opportunities for operational improvement through observation, data analysis and interpretation required.
Expert knowledge in PC based applications, specifically Microsoft products required.
Demonstrated ability to develop and maintain working relationships in department and hospital to foster a team environment required.
Must be a self-starter, exercise independent problem solving skills and manage job priorities in a self-directed manner.
Effective verbal and written communication skills required.
Demonstrated knowledge of HIM state and federal regulations required.
Knowledge of The Joint Commission and CMS medical record documentation and timeliness regulations required.
Experience in an academic acute care hospital setting preferred.
Bachelor's degree preferred.
Previous experience with Epic HIM modules preferred.
Registered Health Information Administrator (RHIA) or Registered Health Information Technician (RHIT) preferred.
2201 Lexington Avenue Ashland Kentucky 41101 United States
The Clinical Nurse Leader is responsible and accountable for management and guidance to allow staff to achieve and maintain proficiency of safe, effective and appropriate patient care. The Clinical Nurse Leader is responsible and accountable for ensuring that his/her clinical behavior is consistent with the applicable (Kentucky/Ohio) Board of Nursing Practice Act, the mission, vision, goals, objectives, standard, policies and procedures of King’s Daughters Medical Center (KDMC). The Clinical Nurse Leader has 24-hour accountability and responsibility for planning, organizing, directing, coordinating and evaluating the provision of patient care; provides leadership and direction for the staff; operates within established budgetary guidelines; maintains accurate and timely clinical and quality assurance records, and communicates frequently with the Director regarding operations, potential problems and solutions.
Duties & Essential Functions
Assures that care is delivered in a safe, efficient, personalized and therapeutic manner through patient rounding, documentation audits, observation of team members, and investigation of complaints. Follows standards and regulations of CMS and The Joint Commission. Identifies areas for improvements, stablishes goals, objectives and action items to continuously improve care and re-evaluates progress.
Leads and directs the department by creating a positive work environment, communicating clearly and often using a variety of methods, recognizing individual and department success, coaching and disciplining, and identifying problems and working with the team to identify and implement solutions.
Responsible for the staffing of the department by coordinating the staff schedule, flexing to meet patient needs and interviewing/hiring to fill vacancies all while maintaining staffing within budgeted HPPD.
Enhances professional growth and development of the team through performance evaluations, educational needs identification and coordination of training, and holding team members accountable to the policies and procedures of the Medical Center.
Fosters a supportive team environment by empowering team members, building trust and encouraging team work, encouraging committee participation and change involvement. Promotes team work across department lines and works to identify barriers. Maintains focus on the patient experience throughout all actions.
Prepares, monitors, reviews and analyzes operational budget. Operates within budget allowances. Takes appropriate action as needed to reduce expenditures or improve productivity and documents variances as necessary.
Graduate from an accredited school of nursing for Registered Nurses.
Maintains active RN license in the Commonwealth of Kentucky and any other states as applicable.
Achieves and maintains American Heart Association Basic Life Support (BLS)
Achieves and maintains other certifications as required by department of responsibility:
Adult Patient Care Units- Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS)
Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing
Three to five years of nursing experience with demonstrated leadership/management ability.
Constantly works near moving mechanical parts
Constantly exposed to blood and/or body fluids and infection.
Occasionally exposed to toxic or caustic chemicals
Occasionally exposed to risk of radiation
The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate.
Frequent stress associated with management of conflict situations, deadlines, change, employee vacancy and regulatory changes.
Occasionally required to maintain in a stationary position (standing or sitting).
Frequently required to walk and move about.
Frequently required to operate a computer and other equipment.
Frequently required to use fine motor skills to handle and operate instruments/devices.
Constantly required to lift and/or move items up to 10 pounds.
Frequently required to lift and/or move items up to 50 pounds.
Occasionally required to lift and/or move items up to 100 pounds.
Constantly required to communicate with patients and other care team requiring talking and hearing.
Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, and depth perception.
Frequently required to position self in order to meet patient needs.
Occasionally required to position self in order to meet patient needs.