We have an exciting opportunity to join our team as a Nurse Practitioner with our Heart Failure Program.
In this role, the successful candidate will be responsible clinical program development, quality and outcomes management and education and training services to internal staff, providers, and post-acute partners. Ensures provision of services to meet quality and outcome standards developed for a high-performing care management process and program. Provides key clinical and administrative support and leadership to integrate and coordinate evidence based practices for patient care in the areas of chronic disease management, post-acute care transitions, high-risk/catastrophic care management, and population specific health and wellness programs. Oversees and provides clinical assessment, patient education, and coordination of patient care transitions across the continuum of services and into the community. Coordinates internal and external referrals and resources to optimize patient care transitions. Serves as clinical resource and educator for patients/families and as liaison between patient/family and healthcare providers/primary care physicians/medical consultants.
Communicates and works as an effective team member with all internal and external customers.
Uses independent judgment and initiative to identify and resolve external and internal issues.
Collects, analyzes and summarizes patient related data for the Care Transitions Department utilizing statistical methods and prepares reports as required for this department.
Develops and maintains strategic relationships with internal NYUHCs staff and physicians and external organizations/individuals to enhance the care transitions of the patient.
Provide key clinical and administrative staff support and coordinate the activity of the Continuing Care Steering Committee, Workgroups, Clinical Development Teams and Network Councils (Workgroup 1: Subacute Clinical Program Development and its four Teams: Team 1A- Orthopaedic Rehabilitation, Team1B- Neuro Rehabilitation, Team 1C-Cardiac Rehabilitation and Team 1D- Medically Complex Team 1 E- Medical Leadership and Workgroup 2: Patient Flow).
Collects, analyzes and summarizes patient related data for the Rusk Institute Rehabilitation Network utilizing statistical methods and prepares reports as required for the Continuing Care Department and Workgroups.
Provides clinical related consultation for the evaluation, recommendation and processing of patients identified for admission to NYUHCs to assist the Director of Care Transition in the process of assessment, planning facilitation and advocacy for options and services to meet patients health needs through communication and identification of available resources to promote quality, patient satisfaction and cost effective outcomes.
Demonstrates a leadership role and serves as the principal NYUHC and Care Transition staff resource, specialized clinical expert and consultant for advance practice in clinical quality and outcomes measurement to member facilities, and programs.
Demonstrates a leadership role and serves as the principal NYUHCs Care Transition staff resource, specialized clinical expert and consultant for integrated disciplinary practices and program development to member facilities, programs and services of the Care Management Department.
Serves as clinical liaison and trainer for sub acute/skilled nursing facilities, home care services and outpatient programs providing care for NYUHC patients. Coordinates these functions with the NYUHCs Care Management Team, Patient Access and Rehabilitation Service Departments and the admission, nursing and rehabilitation departments of the NYUHC preferred provider sub acute/skilled nursing facilities. Provides transitional care related consultation to sub acute/skilled nursing facility admissions and rehabilitation departments for the clinical evaluation and processing of patients identified for admission and discharge to the next level of care.
Provides direct care services within scope of licensure/certification to selected patients/populations as identified by department.
Develops, coordinates, and facilitates the provision of clinical program services in accordance with established quality and outcomes objectives.
To qualify you must have:
Licensure: Current registration as a Nurse Practitioner and Registered Professional Nurse in New York
Education: Master’s Degree in Nursing; Board Certification as an Adult or Family Nurse Practitioner; ACLS, BLS
Competence: Relevant clinical experience as an above licensed health professional with progressive responsibilities and development in a specific clinical area in acute medical/surgical or acute or subacute level rehabilitation services setting. Demonstrated experience/skill as a patient educator and or in care management/disease management programs.Expertise in use of word processing, spreadsheet and statistical software. Evidence of excellent interpersonal skills, effective communication skills, creative problem solving and excellent critical thinking and leadership. Previously demonstrated experience in heavy interaction with administrators, physicians and clinical staff. Previously demonstrated ability to facilitate group processes and work cohesively and collaboratively as a member of an interdisciplinary team. Physical stamina, manual dexterity, visual and aural acuity to perform responsibilities.
Required Licenses: Nurse Practitioner-NYS; Registered Nurse-NYS; DEA
Preferred Qualifications: Minimum of five to seven years progressive management or supervisory experience as a LIP with progressive responsibilities and development in an acute medical/surgical, acute/sub acute rehabilitation services setting or primary care.
Qualified candidates must be able to effectively communicate with all levels of the organization.
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