Job Summary: Provides clinical and fiscal management of team ensuring quality of care and customer satisfaction. Directly supervises all assigned staff representing all clinical disciplines and coordinates competency assessments with established discipline specific resources.
Responsibilities: Instruct staff on their responsibility in following the Compliance and Ethics Program. Detect non- compliance and follow up as appropriate. Acts as a professional and clinical role model. Provides clinical resource, problem solving and skill development to team members. Participates in General and Clinical Orientation for new staff. Facilitates the education of services focused on patient, family, caregiver, bereaved, and facility staff needs in collaboration with the clinical leader. Provides clinical coordination by: Facilitating team meetings including Interdisciplinary Group- IDG. Review report from previous shift(s) and communicate information to the team members as appropriate. Monitoring staff caseloads and productivity expectations Ensuring time-sensitive deadlines (i.e. recertifications, follow-up/comprehensive visit expectations, etc) are met. Performs clinical evaluation of patient care by: Routinely auditing clinical documentation for completeness and appropriateness of documentation, indications of POC driven service, timeliness of documentation, interdisciplinary communication, continuity of care, and compliance with policies, best practices, and regulations. Monitoring Discipline-specific Model Visit expectations for weekly productivity; redesigns model visit, when appropriate, to meet changing needs. Meeting regularly with assigned team to review staff goals, issues and concerns Participating actively in planning and carrying out QAPI efforts. Reviewing monthly and quarterly QAPI reports for knowledge/performance deficits and education opportunities in collaboration with their team leader. Collaborates with peers and with those in all levels within the organization building a sense of team. Ensures compliance to all accreditation and regulatory requirements under their supervision. Represents the organization through public speaking opportunities or facility educational workshops. Completes, or as appropriate oversees, the timely completion of staff evaluations, competencies, supervisory visits, and mandatory education expectations. Informs their direct supervisor of any performance, training or quality of care issues and solutions within the team. Assists with complex cases to monitor and improve quality of care; does case review with staff members as needed in collaboration with their team leader. Identifies, monitors and provides training as needed regarding new practices, policies and procedures to ensure compliance with new or changed components of clinical care. Participates on committees and task-forces as assigned. Other duties as assigned
Supervisory Responsibilities: Carries out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with the organization's policies and applicable laws. Responsibilities include interviewing, hiring, and training employees; planning, assigning, and directing work; appraising performance; rewarding and disciplining employees; addressing complaints and resolving problems
Mathematical Skills Math skills including addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, and percentages/fractions. Required to pass math test at hire and at skill fair yearly.
Other Skills And Abilities Ability to teach clinical skills. Ability to coordinate multiple tasks, patient needs and prioritize and assign appropriate staff resources to fulfill those needs.
Compensation and Benefits:
This is only a summary of our employee benefits; it is subject to change.
Medical insurance (PPO) with prescription drug co-pay or HDHP w/HSA
Life and accidental death/dismemberment insurance (company paid)
Long term care insurance (company paid)
Retirement savings plan (TSA/403(b) matching program)
Short and long term disability insurance (company paid)
Bereavement leave for family and pets
Credit union availability
Employee Assistance Program
Paid time off
Tuition Reimbursement Program
In-house continuing education opportunities
Discounted memberships at local area Fitness Center
Other employer-sponsored activities
Contact Ken Rodgers 239-430-3477 or email resume to Kenneth.email@example.com
Requirements: Certificates, Licenses, Registrations Specialty certification in Hospice or other specialties as applicable within 2 years of obtaining the position Valid Driver’s license from the State of Florida Registered Nurse License in the State of Florida Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) certification required (BLS from approved provider)
Education And Experience: Master's degree from four-year accredited college or university with hospice/home care and management experience preferred. Bachelor’s degree from a four-year college with 2-3 years hospice/home care and management experience or equivalent education/experience combination considered.
Internal Number: CMRN-13
About Avow Hospic
Avow was founded in 1983 as Collier County’s original, nonprofit hospice. Today, Avow’s nonprofit companies provide palliative care consultations for adults facing chronic or serious illness, hospice care and bereavement support services for children and adults. At Avow, employee teams focus their efforts not on making a product, but on making life better for other human beings. We view what we do, not as work, but as a ministry to our patients, their families and the community we serve.We are mission driven… committing ourselves to the highest standards of patient and family care and expecting all of our employees to share that commitment. We embrace our work because it adds meaning to our own lives and offers perspective on living that you just can’t get anywhere else.