• Nurse Practitioner CRNP

    ID
    2019-11555
    FutureCare Facility
    Baltimore
    Position Type
    Regular Full-Time
  • Overview

     


    The Nurse Practitioner in collaboration and consultation with physicians, care coordinators, and other health care professionals, provide holistic, compassionate care to Medicare Advantage plan members and families. The Nurse Practitioner practices within the context of collaborative management with a physician(s) in diagnosing, managing, and preventing acute and chronic illness and disease, and promoting wellness. Nurse Practitioners have an advanced nursing practice that includes independent nursing functions based on the applicable Scope of Practice, nursing standards of care, and a role in medical management within a collaborative agreement with a physician(s).

    Responsibilities

    • Performs in-depth health risk assessments on all assigned plan members
    • Works collaboratively with physicians, care coordinators, facility staff, family members, key care givers and any appropriate ancillary medical personnel as appropriate
    • Responsible for identifying overall quality improvement activities through assessing and planning health care which is individualized to the member and consistent with policies and protocols
    • Reviews and interprets the medical, surgical and social history of members
    • Performs appropriate screening procedures for members
    • Interprets laboratory and other diagnostic data and recommends appropriate treatments or actions for follow-up, reconciles medications
    • Responsible for prescribing or performing various treatment modalities - including, but not limited to: medications, injections, wellness counseling, suturing and ancillary testing
    • Is compliant with OSHA, State Board of Nursing
    • Participates in all mandatory compliance and other training programs, seeks guidance for compliance-related concerns and adheres to all applicable laws, regulations, policies and procedures
    • Refers members to PCP, Care Management and Disease Management programs as necessary
    • Practices in accordance with applicable local, state, and federal laws which govern confidentiality and medical information privacy regulations (HIPAA)
    • Maintains control of all PHI information
    • Provides constructive and timely feedback about recommendations to improve and/or streamline operations.
    • Maintain a focus on timely customer service.
    • Perform direct Care Management Support as needed.
    • Synthesizes information and easily diagnoses and participates in the development of the Plan of Care.
    • Creates positive rapport and engagement with plan members
    • Assists on special project as assigned
    • Participates in client meetings as requested
    • Communicates and collaborates with Facility leadership to achieve Member care needs and goals
    • Other duties as assigned

    Qualifications

     

    Licensure/Certifications

     

    • Current state RN and NP licensure
    • Licensed by AANP or ANCC, in Adult, Family Practice and Geriatrics or Adult-Gerontology Primary Care
    • Current CPR certification
    • Baseline Clinical Knowledge 

       

      • 1 year or more clinical experience preferred as a Nurse Practitioner in geriatric, adult or family practice setting
      • 1 year or more work experience preferred in a skilled nursing center environment
      • Proven ability to perform comprehensive, adult/geriatric physical exam
      • Demonstrated ability to identify, diagnose and document chronic disease in adults
      • Demonstrated ability to recognize conditions, characteristics, and behaviors that place seniors at risk
      • Proven ability to pursue feedback, continuing education and professional development
      • Ability to effectively reconcile medications
      • Demonstrated ability to identify and document the needs of clinically complex Members
      • Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Must be able to demonstrate computer skills, including use of e-mail and Microsoft office word and excel
      • Must be able to demonstrate effective written communication skills including but not limited to writing reports and correspondence
      • Must be able to demonstrate effective verbal communication skills, including but not limited to speaking effectively to members, providers, families and staff and listening to members, providers and families
      • Demonstrated ability to meet deadlines, and use time effectively and efficiently.
      • Demonstrated successful experience working in an environment of change. Effectively copes with change and uncertainty; responds and "shifts gears" comfortably
      • Is dedicated to meeting the expectations and requirements of both external and internal customers, acts with customers in mind
      • Demonstrated ability to establish and maintain effective relationships with customers, and gain their trust and respect
      • Uses logical methods to solve problems with effective solutions; looks beyond the obvious for solutions
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