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HCA Tampa, FL, USA
Jun 26, 2017
Job Code: 26535-4086 Full-time Days (rotating weekends) Administers general accounting practices in adherence with corporate accounting policy (APG) and internal audit guidelines; interprets data, and prepares financial analyses of operations for the guidance of management. Facilitates the preparation of the annual financial reports including but not limited to: Medicare Cost Report, work paper package and the AHCA prior year report package. Ensures financial and statistical reports are prepared as well as the closing entries and work papers for period ending reports. Ensures financial statements and operating indicators are correct. Prepares and reviews monthly general ledger activity including journal entries, account reviews, account reconciliations error corrections and post closing review guides and checklists. Prepares reports and schedules for management and division leadership; details and analyzes monthly financial activity and statistical data. Acts as facility liaison for various financial audits, including but not limited to: Internal Audits, Medicare Cost Report Audits, Sales and Use Tax Audits, and annual financial audits. Completes work papers, schedule and auditor requests. Ensure leadership is informed of audit progress, potential problems, and possible areas of exposure. Facilitates the preparation of the annual financial reports including but not limited to: Medicare Cost Report, work paper package and the AHCA prior year report package. Applies the principles of continuous quality improvement in delivery of services, through assessment and monitoring of financial processes and systems. Ensures compliance with Sarbanes-Oxley, JCAHO, legal and all regulatory and accrediting agencies. Bachelors Degree in Accounting Six years accounting experience in hospital fiscal services. Three years at supervisory level. CPA preferred Proficient in Microsoft Office (Excel, Word, Outlook) Must manifest problem-solving abilities and decisive leadership. Professional accounting skills. Computer skills as well as verbal and communication skills Superior time management skills, and strong attention to detail Good organizational skills; ability to read comprehend and follow verbal and written instructions; demonstrates good customer relations and analytical skills. Last Edited: 03/08/2017
HCA Richmond, VA, USA
Jun 26, 2017
Job Code: 25771-135031 Full-time Days (rotating weekends) Health Information Management (HIM) Document Imaging Lead Parallon is seeking a full-time Document Imaging Team Lead to join our team at our RIC PAS CO Records Center. Job Summary - Under the direction of the HIM Document Imaging Manager, the HIM Document Imaging Lead is responsible for achieving the day-to day operational goals by coordinating and performing activities as it relates to prepping, scanning, and indexing workflow, and document imaging queue management for multiple hospitals in Horizon Patient Folder (HPF). Supervisor - HIM Document Imaging Manager Supervises - None Duties (included but not limited to): Provides direction to the HIM Document Imaging Technicians in the management and performance of daily work processes Coordinates prepping, scanning, and indexing activities, work assignments, and staffing levels to accomplish daily operational goals. Assists in establishing staff schedules and monitors violations of the attendance policy. May be expected to accept weekend on-call coverage on a potentially rotating basis as defined by departmental policy. Assists the HIM Document Imaging Manager in review and improvement of processes and services. Reports to the supervisor periodically on team and individual work accomplishments, problems, progress in mastering tasks and work processes. Identifies, provides, and/or facilitates individual and team training needs. Coaches, facilitates, solves work problems, and actively participates in the work of the team. Assists the HIM Document Imaging Manager in capturing HIM document imaging staff productivity. Ensures cross functional collaboration with functional area(s). Assists in employee training and development. Assists HSC Document Imaging Manager with personnel management activities related to document imaging functions. Assists HSC Document Imaging Manager in Quality Control monitoring and reporting efforts. Monitors and completes assignments in designated HPF work queues. Adheres to documented and established workflow guidelines as it relates to managing work queues. Performs Document Imaging Technician I and/or II duties approximately 50% of work time. Maintains or exceeds established productivity and quality standards. Monitors imaging system daily for scanning errors and/or requests. Promptly reports issues or trends to the HIM Document Imaging Manager. Participates at regular intervals in prepping, scanning, and/or and indexing quality audits as designated by HSC and/or HIM Document Imaging Leadership. Assists with the boxing/retrieval of scanned documents and coordinates the record storage process. Assists in development of SSC/HSC specific policies. Practices and adheres to the "Code of Conduct" philosophy and the "Mission and Value Statement". Other duties as assigned. Knowledge, Skills & Abilities Technical Skills - ability to apply, review, and educate on equipment and processes. Organization - establishes course of action to ensure that work is completed efficiently; proactively prioritizes assignments and keen ability to multi-task. Communication - communicates clearly, proactively, and concisely with all key stakeholders. Customer orientation - establishes and maintains long-term customer relationships, building trust and respect by consistently meeting and exceeding expectations. Interpersonal skills- able to work effectively with other employees and external parties. Policies & Procedures - articulates knowledge and understanding of organizational P&Ps. PC skills - demonstrates proficiency in keyboard operations, Microsoft Office applications and others as required. Work Independently - is self-supporting; not needing to rely on others to complete a job. Quality Orientation - accomplishing tasks by considering all areas involved, no matter how small; showing. Concern for all aspects of the job; accurately checking processes and tasks; being watchful over a period of time. EDUCATION High school diploma or equivalency preferred. EXPERIENCE At least one year of document imaging experience required Prior supervisory experience preferred #ParallonBCOM Last Edited: 06/21/2017
HCA Orem, UT, USA
Jun 26, 2017
Job Code: 06042-36177 Full-time Days (rotating weekends) Timpanogos Regional Hospital in Utah County offers invaluable expertise gained from delivering exceptional patient care since 1998. We may not be bigger, but we strive to be better as our hospital is dedicated to providing high-quality healthcare. We meet that standard through changes in upgrading technology and advanced procedures. While these changes may be constant, our tradition of caring and healing will never fade. The Housekeeper (Environmental Services Assistant) is responsible for maintaining a sterile environment in all areas of the hospital. Responsibilities include for performing cleaning functions in various areas of the facility. Maintains the assigned area in a clean and orderly fashion in accordance with departmental and hospital policies and procedures. This includes cleaning in patient areas, critical care areas, offices, procedure rooms, labs and surgical suites. Environmental Services Associates are also responsible for refinishing hard surface floors, advanced carpet cleaning techniques and jobs involving continuous heavy lifting. In order to meet the needs of the area to be cleaned Environmental Services Associates must possess exceptional customer service skills and the ability to follow instructions. EDUCATION REQUIRED AND/OR PREFERRED: None LICENSURE/CERTIFICATION: None EXPERIENCE: Hospital housekeeping experience (preferred) Experience operating mechanical equipment such as vacuums and floor buffers (preferred) Last Edited: 06/22/2017
HCA Thornton, CO, USA
Jun 26, 2017
Job Code: 03192-64172 PRN/Per Diem PRN North Suburban Medical Center - North West Free Standing-Emergency Department Title: Emergency Department Nurse - PRN Location: 11230 N. Benton St., Thornton, CO 80229 The Emergency Department RN provides direct nursing care in accordance with established policies, procedures and protocols of the healthcare organization. The tasks and responsibilities include: Assesses, plans and evaluates patient care needs. Prioritizes patient care based on acuity level and available resources. Carries out physician orders. Assists physician during examination, treatment and procedures. Administers prescribed medications, changes dressings, cleans wounds, monitors vital signs. Serves as the primary coordinator of all disciplines for well coordinated patient care. Monitors, records and communicates patient condition as appropriate utilizing computerized documentation systems. Instructs and educates patients and families. Assesses and coordinates patient's discharge planning needs with members of the healthcare team. Provides age and culturally appropriate care. Orients and mentors new staff members. Follows Standard Precautions using personal protective equipment as required. Required Job Qualifications include: Current licensure as an RN Current certification as a BLS Healthcare Provider. ACLS Certification Preferred. Graduate of an accredited school of professional nursing. Customer service abilities including effective listening skills. Critical thinking skills, decisive judgment and the ability to work with minimal supervision in a fast paced environment. Ability to perform work that requires frequent standing, bending, reaching, squatting, kneeling, moving, lifting of patients and/or equipment up to 50 pounds. Last Edited: 06/23/2017
HCA Fort Walton Beach, FL, USA
Jun 26, 2017
Job Code: 01307-7170 Full-time Evenings (rotating weekends) 11A-11P/rotating weekends $5000 Sign on Bonus plus additional $5000 Relocation if applicable. Available for Qualified Applicants! Military & Spouses of Military are now being offered a New Hire Bonus to join our HCA team of hospitals!! HCA is dedicated to hiring our American Heroes and bringing those iconic military branch values and work ethic to join our teams and provide care to our communities while ensuring our military and their families' success in the civilian work sector. Bonus Amount - 24 month commitment to an HCA facility - RN - $5,000 (two bonuses cannot be c ombined ) Fort Walton Beach Medical Center, located on Florida's Emerald Coast, seeks a Registered Nurse (RN) to join our dynamic Emergency Services team! The Emerald Coast features world famous vacation destinations of Destin, Fort Walton Beach and Okaloosa Island and is home to some of the most beautiful beaches in the world. Fort Walton Beach Medical Center is one of the nation's top performers on quality measures for heart attack, heart failure, pneumonia and surgical care. The hospital has the tri-county's only comprehensive cardiovascular program. It is also the only acute care hospital in the area that offers open heart surgery, an Advanced Primary Stroke Center accredited by the Joint Commission, a Chest Pain Center and a Cancer Care Center that is affiliated with UAB and accredited by the Commission on Cancer. Emergency Services Overview The Emergency Department at Fort Walton Beach Medical Center boasts 22 treatment rooms/bays and a dedicated ER Radiology Room. The Emergency Department at FWBMC assesses and treats all ages, from neonatal to geriatric patients. Our Emergency Department also includes an express care area for minor injuries and illnesses. In addition, we have a Pediatric ER that is dedicated to treating the emergency health care needs of infants, children and adolescents and a satellite Emergency Department in Destin, FL with 6 treatment rooms. As an Advanced Primary Stroke Center, Level II Adult Cardiovascular Center and a licensed Psychiatric Treatment Center, the Emergency Department offers the most comprehensive inventory of services in the tri-county area. Mitch Mongell, CEO of Fort Walton Beach Medical Center. "We are proud to be the ONLY Level II Trauma Center in the Tri-County area. A trauma center is a state-verified facility capable of specialized treatment for the most critical injuries. This is truly a great asset for our community." Position Overview Provide professional nursing care to patients utilizing the nursing process. To collaborate with other members of the health care delivery team including physicians, to deliver quality health care. ** Qualified Active Duty Military, Reserves or Veteran / Spouse of Active Duty Military, Reserves or Veteran (Registered Nurse, Certified Surgical Technicians and Paramedic) recruits will be eligible for a sign-on bonus when hired to join our HCA team of caregivers. Speak to a Recruiter for more details. EDUCATION REQUIRED AND/OR PREFERRED: Associate Degree, Diploma in Nursing, or BSN LICENSURE/CERTIFICATION: State of Florida RN License BLS AHA Healthcare Provider required upon hire ACLS and PALS required within 90 days of hire CPI required within 90 days of hire TNCC preferred but required within six (6) months of hire ENPC preferred CEN and/or CPEN preferred EXPERIENCE REQUIRED OR PREFERRED: Acute care experience required Critical or emergent care experience preferred SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE, AND ABILITIES: Reads and writes Basic English with the basic skills necessary to transcribe physician's orders Knowledge of body substance isolation Ability to listen, empathize and respond to patient, family, internal and external partners needs Basic computer skills Requirements for Military and Spouse Bonus Offer. Active Duty Military, Reserves or Veteran / Spouse of Active Duty Military, Reserves or Veteran Minimum of 1 year experience or equivalent calculated experience in military or civilian setting. Preferred Military experience: Navy Hospital Corpsman, 66 Series Army Nurse/Medic, Coastguard Health Services Technician, Air Force 46 series Nurse or 4XXXX Series Enlisted Medical An EEO/AA Employer M/F/V/D. Associate's Degree/College Diploma Last Edited: 06/21/2017
HCA Atlantis, FL, USA
Jun 26, 2017
Job Code: 02873-9475 Full-time Days (rotating weekends) EKG Tech, Full Time- Day Shift JFK Medical Center Atlantis, FL Facility Description: JFK Medical Center is a multi-campus medical center with four locations throughout Palm Beach County. Our Main Campus in Atlantis is a 472-bed acute care medical and surgical facility known for our Comprehensive Services including: 24-Hour Emergency Services, Cardiovascular Care, Cancer Care, Breast Care, Neurosciences, Stroke Care, General, Minimally Invasive & Robotic Surgery, Orthopedic Care, Spine Care, Bariatrics, Sleep Disorders, Wound Management, Behavioral Health and Obstetrics. At JFK, our level of service and dedicated team of professionals rank among the best in the nation, with all of our employees possessing the perfect combination of compassion, empathy, honesty and respect, ultimately helping us to fulfill the hospitals mission of providing a superior patient experience. From hiring the best and brightest, to creating a dynamic work place, JFK ensures continuing education and advancements are among our top priorities. What makes us special… The City of Atlantis is located near the coastal cities of Lake Worth and Boynton Beach. Close to the beach, trendy restaurants and shopping malls. There's a little something for everybody. On site benefits for JFK Medical Center include Child Care (6 weeks to pre K), JFK Charter School (K -5), ship-a-weigh program - shipping packages anywhere in the US from our loading dock for 40% off, gym with personal trainer FREE, and much more! JFK Medical Center is a member of the nation's leading provider of healthcare services, Hospital Corporation of America. HCA has been named one of Ethisphere's World's Most Ethical Companies for eight consecutive years. Join our tradition of excellence! Benefits: We offer a generous compensation package for Full-time and Part-time including: vacation, 401k, and Medical Insurance. Job Description: The Cardiac Technician is a participating member of a multidisciplinary team providing noninvasive Cardiac Diagnostic Services for JFK Medical Center. This position requires full knowledge of daily operations of the EKG department in clinical and clerical duties. An EKG knowledge base is essential in electrocardiography, 12 lead EKG, Holter monitor Application. Requires full knowledge of cardiac medical terminology and transcription skills. The Cardiac Technician will serve as an educator, staff developer, QA monitor, clerk, clinician, and role model. Job Requirements: Enter Any Additional Minimum Requirements Minimum Education - High School or equivalent. Minimum Experience - 1 year experience in past 2 years as EKG, Holter and SAEG technician. Last Edited: 06/22/2017
HCA Charleston, SC, USA
Jun 26, 2017
Job Code: 00062-18598 Full-time No Weekends The South Atlantic Division of HCA is headquartered in Charleston, South Carolina. The six-health system network features over 1,500 beds in facilities in South Carolina and Florida. The facilities in the health system offer premier health care with a variety of services and specialty practices. Grand Strand Regional Medical Center, Trident Health System, Summerville Medical Center, Memorial Hospital of Jacksonville, Orange Park Medical Center and Specialty Hospital of Jacksonville offer a full-range of diagnostic, therapeutic, emergency and surgical services. The South Atlantic Division integrates innovative, state-of-the-art technologies, such as CyberKnife, with fully developed departments specializing in oncology, orthopedics, cardiology, neuroscience, women's health, gerontology, Bariatric surgery and emergency room services. Hospitals in the South Atlantic Division are dedicated to providing superior care. Highly qualified physicians and nurses provide patients with the best treatment in a timely, efficient manner to ensure leading a healthy life becomes a main concern. We are looking for a new Division Assistant Controller who, under the direction of the Division Controller, is responsible for developing financial models and analytical tools to improve the company's understanding of performance. The Assistant Controller is responsible for all activities related to maintenance of the Division office General Ledger. Additional responsibilities include participation in the month-end process, variance analysis, annual budget preparation and the processing of payments to outside vendors in compliance with the policies and procedures of the company. Essential Duties: Provides accurate and timely financial analysis of hospital/division operations as assigned Completes month-end close operations for the Division Office - including allocation to facilities, journal entries, fixed asset accounting and reconciliations and production of reports. Assists with the preparation of annual budget, audits and tax work papers. Ensures outside vendors who provide services/supplies are paid in accordance with invoice and in compliance with company policy. Maintains confidentiality, security and integrity of patient, employee and financial data. Assists Controller with annual balance sheet and SOX reviews for all facilities within the Division. Completes all other projects as assigned Job Specifications: Education: Requires a minimum of a Bachelor's Degree from an accredited college or university in Accounting/Finance. Master's preferred. Experience: Requires a minimum 2-3 years of healthcare accounting; HCA experience preferred. Required Competencies: Knowledge of preparation of financial statements and journal entries; knowledge of HCA Accounting and Information Systems highly desired. A well-rounded background including both hospital operations and technical problem solving skills is highly desired. Ability to apply innovative thinking in developing complex financial models and analytical tools to improve the company's understanding of performance and to automate analytical and forecasting processes. Demonstrated proficiency in using Microsoft Excel. Experience with databases, macros, and Visual Basic helpful. Willingness to master other analytical software and applications. Self-starter Good communication skills with ability to interact with others with others in a professional, responsible, cooperative and positive manner at all times Last Edited: 06/20/2017
HCA St. Petersburg, FL, USA
Jun 26, 2017
Job Code: 08752-13500 Full-time No Weekends GENERAL SUMMARY OF DUTIES: Responsible for working with the Division Supply Chain Team to implement the strategic direction of Supply Cost Management within a facility. This position is responsible for reviewing and optimizing the current GPO contract portfolio, developing and executing product standardization with a facility in conjunction with the Division Supply Chain Team. This position is responsible for building strategic alliances with Hospital Executive staff with emphasis on the COO, CNO and Clinical Department Directors at it relates to successfully executing the Supply Chain Operations Plan. DUTIES (included but not limited to): Develops and implements strategies and processes for reducing supply expense/adjusted admission. Develops and implements product standardization and utilization. Monitors utilization and cost data and identifies waste. Develops and facilitates clinical product committees to reduce the number of SKUs by standardization, increase product quality, evaluate processes and introduce new products. Actively interacts with the clinicians performing the departmental tasks to identify improvement opportunities and develop/implement continuous quality improvement process regarding supply/labor practices and recommends cost reductions. Actively participates and communicates with Medical Staff and clinical staff to monitor, communicate, and make improvements to utilization profiling. Actively participates, communicates and educates all affected departments, physicians, and medical management personnel regarding product and procedure changes. Maintains and communicates financial and performance measurements as gauge of standardization/utilization success. Collaborate with physicians in identifying and implementing improvements and standardization. Measures and continuously verifies process improvements and cost savings. Demonstrates knowledge of occurrence reporting system and utilizes system to report potential patient safety issues. Practice and adhere to the "Code of Conduct" philosophy and "Mission and Value Statement." Perform other duties as assigned. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES: Demonstrated leadership skills. Demonstrated organizational and communication skills. Proficient in the use of spreadsheet and word-processing applications. Functional working knowledge of clinical and surgical supply and SKU maintenance processes. Demonstrated quality improvement implementation skills with regard to clinical processes and SKU management. Ability to communicate with physicians and other clinical healthcare professionals. Understanding of utilization and productivity in a variety of clinical settings. EDUCATION: An undergraduate degree required and Master's degree preferred. EXPERIENCE: Nursing or healthcare experience directly related to the duties and responsibilities specified in this job description. CERTIFICATE/LICENSE: RN preferred. At least 5-years clinical management level experience may substitute for a RN license. PHYSICAL DEMANDS/WORKING CONDITIONS: Lifting and carrying up to 25 lbs. On a frequent basis; pushing and pulling of up to 50 lbs. on occasion; required eye/hand coordination and manual dexterity sufficient to operate clinical equipment, keyboard, photocopier, telephone, calculator and other office equipment; requires some bending, stooping and stretching; requires normal range of hearing and eye sight to record, prepare and communicate appropriate reports; exposure to toxic, caustic chemicals and detergent; exposure to dust, fumes and helicopters; repetitive arm/hand movements; acuity both far and near. Staff must remain flexible and available to provide staffing assistance for any/all disaster or emergency situations. Last Edited: 06/21/2017
HCA Hopewell, VA, USA
Jun 26, 2017
Job Code: 02699-37491 Full-time Nights (rotating weekends) The EVS Porter will assist the TriCities Freestanding Emergency Department staff in the performance of duties necessary to maintain a clean, antiseptic facility, to keep the physical structure and interior finishes of the facility in good repair and to provide a safe and secure environment for all patients, employees, visitors, medical staff and hospital assets. Maintain cleanliness in patient areas and administrative offices with daily wet and dry mopping, vacuuming and spot removal to tiles and carpeted floors. Wash ceilings, walls, light fixtures, windows and air vents. Periodically perform floor care, using floor equipment, as scheduled or needed. o Dust horizontal surfaces, damp wipe furniture and empty wastebaskets. Make patient beds and replenish room supplies. Scrub bathroom tile and fixtures. Perform checkout cleaning where applicable. o Remove trash and soiled linen (utilizing body substance precautions). Place in utility room for later pickup and transport to designated areas for compacting, incineration or laundering. o Maintain hospital equipment in sanitary condition. o Assist in cleaning up emergency spills. o Assists in maintaining and repairing building wood fixtures and finishes. o Performs urgent corrective, routine and requisitioned repairs of walls, ceiling, doors, case work and other building fixtures. o Performs preventive maintenance on equipment and tools as required. o Performs maintenance duties to all physical structures of Hospital and complies with all building safety codes. o Maintains routine records of all repairs performed on any equipment or system. o Performs manual duties as requested (i.e. moving supplies or furniture, replacing light bulbs, removing trash or scrap material). o Assist the Freestanding Emergency Department Director with all security functions as they pertain to TriCities Freestanding Emergency Department. o Assess security priorities and acts on such priorities in a timely manner. o Participates in quality improvement activities (teams, classes, daily work life) as appropriate. o Supports the Freestanding ED with regard to staff rotation, payroll management, Kronos time sheet preparation and overtime control. o Maintains effective lines of communication with all the medical staff, employees, administrative staff or diplomatic visitors when required. Demonstrates a professional appearance at all times QUALIFICATIONS Experience: Previous knowledge of hospital cleaning experience, how to use and maintain plant tools and equipment and at least 2 years experience in civilian, military or government services pertaining to security is preferred. Last Edited: 06/08/2017
HCA Fort Lauderdale, FL, USA
Jun 26, 2017
Job Code: 10201-21781 Full-time No Weekends One of the nation's leading providers of healthcare services, HCA is made up of locally managed facilities that include more than 250 hospitals and freestanding surgery centers located in 20 U.S. states and in the United Kingdom . We are committed to delivering healthcare as it should be: patient-centered and for the good of all people, no matter their circumstance. JOB SUMMARY At the direction of the Regional VP of Managed Government Programs in the Payer Contracting & Alignment department: Participate in supporting the strategic course for assigned markets to promote maintenance and optimization of the fee-for-service price/volume equation, including seeking opportunities for alternative payment models (APMs) in order to maintain and grow managed government net revenues. Administer, coordinate and support all negotiation, contracting and reporting activities relative to managed government programs on behalf of the HCA facilities in the markets comprising the AVP's assigned responsibility portfolio, pursuant to the division or market business/financial plan and PC&A policies and procedures. Note: This is a senior level position within the Company, with significant revenue responsibilities and requiring a high-level understanding of healthcare financing and delivery and the ability to think strategically and offer innovative solutions to the complex challenges facing both the Company specifically and the healthcare industry in general (in addition to the ability to successfully manage day-to-day operational responsibilities). The PC&A AVP will be officed in East Florida Division, Ft. Lauderdale FL with responsibility for the following markets: Florida and South Carolina The primary responsibility of the AVP is to obtain and maintain contracts with Managed Government Program payors, optimizing the fee-for-service price/volume equation of a net revenue portfolio greater than $.5B but no more than $2.5B, and which includes hospitals, behavioral health facilities, provider-based (free-standing) emergency departments, ambulatory surgery centers and various ancillary provider types, including maintaining connectivity with the Company's employed physicians (PSG) and other referral alignment vehicles under APMs. Maintain current knowledge of State and Federal regulations, laws and legislative agendas regarding the healthcare industry, paying particular attention to those involving state Medicaid and managed care, CMS federal programs for FFS Medicare and Medicare Advantage, as well as healthcare reform. Engage and coordinate with HCA's internal government relations team and state hospital associations to monitor regulatory and legislative changes, and provide formal guidance on risks and opportunities that may impact the managed government portfolio. The AVP is responsible for providing input on his/her area of expertise in the preparation of the annual Market Strategic Reviews (as applicable) and PC&A budget packet with his/her RVP for each market, at the direction of the PC&A CVP of Managed Government Programs. The AVP will oversee the successful coordination, negotiation and implementation of contracts with Managed Care Organizations (MCOs) operating in the managed government space and maintain effective working relationships with his/her MCO counterparts. The AVP will ensure that all required processes and available strategic pricing, legal, reporting and communication tools will be deployed in order to both (a) maximize contract performance/yield (e.g., Net Revenue, NRAA, Net Revenue relative to traditional Medicare/Medicaid reimbursement, Contribution Margin, etc.), and (b) be consistent with the Division's contribution margin and/or EBIDTA and pricing objectives. Among these requirements will be maintaining an effective working relationship with the Analytics & Pricing Services (A&PS) and PC&A Legal department staffs and adeptness with Qlikview, Cash Reconciliation Reports and Service Line tools. The AVP will collaborate and assist with his/her Commercial PC&A and PC&A-Physician Services Group (PSG) colleagues relative to contracting activities with MCOs and other payors, as may be required from time to time. The AVP will monitor Managed Government Program payors' performance via regular reviews of payor volume, rate and yield, including volume/yield and cash reconciliation reporting on at least a quarterly basis. The AVP will also be heavily involved in denial management activities, from avoidance (by securing robust contract protections) to information gathering (via regular meetings with Case Management and SSCs and participation in DMAT) to resolution (via JOCs and other problem-solving interfacing with the MCOs) to disputes (via involvement with PC&A Legal, SSC Legal, external counsel and other dispute resolution processes). Supervise, oversee and develop direct reports (if any/as applicable) in accordance with their job descriptions, all Company requirements and the dictates of personnel management best practices. Actively participate as a key member of HCA's Group/Division/Market operations management team as applicable, and provide input for annual business plans, education on managed government legislative issues and support for annual budgets and other communication strategies for assigned markets. As a key member of the PC&A senior management team, participate in strategic development initiatives as assigned by the RVP or CVP, including but not limited to such things as APMs (e.g., capitation, pay-for-performance (P4P), bundled payments, volume guarantees, etc.), contracting practices (e.g., language standards, protective provisions, etc.) and subject-specific task forces as may be assigned. Comply with standard Company reporting and signatory requirements, including but not limited to timely updating and submitting the Monthly Operating Report (MOR) and various other monthly reports as applicable and assigned (e.g., Major Payor Update, ASC Update, Completed Contracts Report, Behavioral Health Update, etc.), participating in the development and presentation of annual Strategic Market Reviews and Contract Strategy Presentations (CSPs), adhering to Contract Process, Team Room and C-Trax requirements, evaluating and processing APM initiatives, completion and documentation (in HealthStream or in-person attendance) of annual Code of Conduct, Physician Relationship, Information Protection and other required training activities, business/travel expense processes through Concur, human resources policies and procedures (e.g., use of TMS/Authoria system for goal-setting, performance evaluations, etc.), and so on. Ensure that a permanent record of all negotiations and documentation relating to Managed Government Program contracting activities is maintained in local files, electronic files and/or C-Trax (or as may otherwise be permitted/required); provide copies of finalized documents to the SSC and (as applicable) Ambulatory Surgery Division (ASD) and PSG; and provide for administration of completed contracts and amendments through formal in-servicing and other summary documents to PSG, SSC, Case Management and other key stakeholders, in order to enable them to better operationalize such MCO contracts. Practice and adhere to HCA's mission and values statement and code of conduct, and attend all required ethics and compliance training and retraining. Perform other duties as may be assigned or requested by the SVP, CVP, RVP, Division CEO and CFO, ASD and hospital leadership. EXPERIENCE Preferably 10 years of experience Managed Care contract negotiation experience, whether for a hospital system or MCO EDUCATION Undergraduate Degree Required. Masters Degree Preferred SPECIAL QUALIFICATIONS Managed Care experience, specifically in the areas of negotiation, financial analysis, payment methodologies, and contract language. 20% travel required. Last Edited: 06/23/2017
HCA Iola, KS 66749, USA
Jun 26, 2017
Job Code: 8200-000581 Full-time No Weekends Last Edited: 06/21/2017
HCA Conroe, TX, USA
Jun 26, 2017
Job Code: 06437-75475 Full-time No Weekends This shift is 3P-11P. POSITION SUMMARY: The Anesthesia Technician shall have the overall responsibility for the organization, maintenance, availability and cleanliness of anesthesia equipment, machines and supplies under the general direction of the Director of Surgical Services. In collaboration with the Director of Surgical Services and the Chairman of the Department of Anesthesia, this individual is responsible for the ongoing assessment of the quality of patient care services provided in the Operating Room and Labor and Delivery. Functions as a resource person for anesthesia/surgery support technician. Assists the Director with preparation and planning of budget needs for Anesthesia Services. Collaborates with anesthesia staff and provides supplies, equipment, and assistance for invasive IV therapy, pediatric anesthesia, and specialized intubation or anesthesia procedures. Maintains supply inventory in OR and L&D anesthesia supply rooms. Accountable for maintaining and improving own job knowledge and skills. Works closely with professional and nonprofessional employees of the hospital, and with physicians, patients, and their families. EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS: College or technical training preferred. Certification preferred. Knowledge of inventory control required. Current CPR certification. Minimum of (2) years of clinical practice in provision of Anesthesia Services preferred. Knowledge of aseptic technique required. Demonstrated current clinical competence, as outlined in the appropriate orientation checklist. Through training will be able to demonstrates clinical competence in care and testing of anesthesia equipment and accessories. Last Edited: 06/20/2017
HCA Tampa, FL, USA
Jun 26, 2017
Job Code: 07262-2361 PRN/Per Diem PRN At HCA, It's You, It's Me, It's All of Us® If you enjoy working in a fast paced environment with high standards and a quality work culture, review the details below and let's see if there is a match. Along with many other great benefits, our surgery center offers NO On-Call, NO Nights, and NO weekends. The Ambulatory Surgery Division operates over 100 ambulatory surgery centers' across the U.S. Ambulatory Surgery Centers (ASCs) perform surgeries that do not require hospital admission. They provide cost-effective services and a convenient environment. Procedures are performed in a fully equipped operating room and recovery is under the care of highly skilled nurses. Whether young or old or somewhere in between, patients and their families benefit from the comfortable environment ASCs have to offer. Surgeries performed include eye, ear, nose and throat (ENT), general surgery, gynecologic, plastic surgery, podiatry and orthopedics. Apply Now! Come Join our Team! GENERAL SUMMARY OF DUTIES: Under the direction of a GI/Endoscopy R. N. contributes to the company's mission and vision by assisting with the care of patients undergoing GI/Endoscopy procedures. SUPERVISOR - Nurse Manager, Nurse Supervisor, or designee. SUPERVISES - None CLASSIFICATION - Non-Exempt OPERATIONAL DUTIES INCLUDE BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO: • Demonstrates necessary practical, technical or specialized knowledge and skills required for the role of the GI/Endoscopy technician in accordance with facility policy and procedures. • Demonstrates knowledge related to maintenance, cleanliness, and sterilization/disinfection of instruments and equipment. Maintains a sanitary environment for the provision of patient care. • Demonstrates knowledge of high disinfection and sterilization of endoscopy equipment. (Maintains daily log, testing for efficacy of disinfecting solution with each cycle, performs biological tests, test strips quality controls, and completes log, as per facility policies). • Proficient in the care, handling, and disinfection of all endoscopes and accessories. • Prepares the endoscopy unit adequately and ensures availability of necessary GI equipment and supplies. • Verifies proper functioning of equipment prior to procedure. Report malfunctioning equipment immediately to nurse manager. • Utilizes good customer service while interacting with patient, family and physicians. Keeps patient and family informed on a timely basis. • Utilizes appropriate patient identifiers prior to all interventions. • Assists the physician with interventions as indicated (positioning, preparing specimens, GI tract tattooing, etc.) • Proficient in the care, handling and disinfection of all endoscopes and accessories. • Practices Standard Precautions. • Cleans GI treatment rooms between procedures and prepares rooms for next case. • Demonstrates appropriate aseptic techniques as indicated by interventions (hand hygiene, and equipment preparation). • Maintains patient privacy, comfort, and safety throughout the stay i.e. bed rails up, brakes on stretchers, positioning, etc. • Utilizes appropriate body mechanics in moving patients and stretchers to prevent injury to patient and self. • Assists in the maintenance, care and labeling of specimens. Identifies specimen with surgeon and passes specimen to the circulating RN. • Assists the R.N. and/or physician as needed. • Recognizes emergency situations and responds effectively in a calm and controlled manner. • Appropriately handles the disposal of biohazardous materials/wastes. • Restocks area daily, using appropriate par levels and daily stock sheets while utilizing facility resources appropriately and avoids wasteful practices. • Checks for outdated sterile supplies and instruments and assists with reprocessing as needed. • Prepares procedure room for use the following day by bringing in equipment, setting up, "pulling cases" accurately, and reporting to supervisor items that are needed and not available. • Spends appropriate time and energy on tasks and assignments based on the policies that are supportive of the Center's goals and objectives. • Functions independently according to job responsibilities and within scope of practice utilizing current standards of care. • Takes personal initiative to maintain current BCLS, and other required certification (if indicated) current as defined by job role. • Uses facility resources appropriately and avoids wasteful practices. • Attends all mandatory in-services, staff meetings, and participates in emergency drills. • Participates in the orientation of new employees. • Completes annual competency and other required education as assigned. • Maintains confidentiality of records and patient information at all times. • Practices and adheres to the "Code of Conduct" philosophy and "Mission and Value Statement". • While this is intended to be an accurate reflection of the current Position, it is not necessarily an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, skills, duties, requirements, or working conditions associated with the job. Management reserves the right to revise the Position or require that other or different tasks be performed when circumstances warrant (i.e. emergencies, changes in personnel or staffing, workload, rush jobs, or technical developments). Age Specific Care: • The patient care requirements may include those of pediatric, child and adolescent when such patient populations are served, as well as adult and geriatric. BEHAVIORAL SPECIFIC EXPECTATIONS: • Supports and adheres to all company and Center policies and procedures. • Supports and adheres to HCA Code of Conduct, related Ethics and Compliance policies, and HIPAA requirements. • Supports and adheres to personnel policies and programs which specify privileges and responsibilities of employment, including compliance with an adverse incident reporting system, quality improvement program, patient safety initiatives, and risk management program. • Participates in Best Practices, Quality/Risk Initiatives, RCA's and other teams to improve patient care. • Interacts with patients, fellow employees, physicians, and other stakeholders in a manner which encourages quality patient care, harmonious working relationships, positive customer relations, and which enhances the image and reputation of the center. • Demonstrates dependability and accountability. • Demonstrates a willingness to help others. • Supports the center's mission by providing flexibility in assignment changes, dependability in attendance, punctuality, timely completion of assignments. • Maintains a professional image through proper attire, language, and conduct. • Keeps management informed of any malfunctions in instruments, equipment, and supplies. • Displays willingness to speak up about safety issues or change practices to enhance safety; asks for help when needed; enhances teamwork; follows the safety standards/practices/policies. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES: • Maintains current knowledge of advances and current trends in GI/Endo procedures and techniques. • Knowledge of endoscopes use and maintenance. • Knowledge and ability to identify and select GI instruments and equipment necessary for patient procedures i.e. endoscopic set up, scopes, video equipment, and safe use of electro-surgical unit. • Demonstrates knowledge of principles of safe electro cautery. • Knowledge of current practice related to hand hygiene, aseptic and sterile technique. • Knowledge of current practice of decontamination, high level disinfectant and sterilization procedures. • Demonstrates attention to detail by ensuring that all documentation is legible, complete, accurate, and factual. • Knowledge of organizational policies, procedures, systems and objectives. • Has knowledge of patient rights and strives to improve patient outcomes by respecting each patient's cultural, psychosocial, and spiritual values. • Knowledge of applicable regulatory, compliance, and accreditation standards and requirements. • Possesses critical thinking skills. • Demonstrates a willingness to listen to others and openly expresses respect for differing opinions. • Demonstrates leadership, effective organizing, and planning skills. • Effective problem solving skills to include data analysis and judgment to make effective decisions. • Ability to work with minimal supervision. • High Impact Communication - Effective oral and written communication skills • Computer Skills - Knowledge and basic use of computer skills. • Maintains high level of confidentiality at all times. • Ability to build trust and gain respect through effective team leadership and participation skills. EDUCATION: • Graduate of an accredited Surgical Technology program preferred. EXPERIENCE: • One year acute care experience; preferably in an ambulatory surgery center. CERTIFICATION/LICENSE: • Valid BCLS Certification upon employment***online certification not acceptable. Last Edited: 06/21/2017
HCA Denver, CO, USA
Jun 26, 2017
Job Code: 26068-64078 Full-time Days (rotating weekends) Dietitian Lead - Colorado Blood Cancer Institute (CBCI) Full Time Days Position Summary: This position supports the mission of Presbyterian/St Luke's Medical Center of optimizing the quality of life of all those served by expanding beyond the traditional focus on medical needs to the needs of the whole person. The Cancer Care Dietitian Lead is responsible for advanced nutrition care of oncology patients who require specialized nutrition support and/or diabetes management. Will develop and implement nutrition care plans based on the nutritional and educational needs of the individual patient with specific emphasis on assessment, development of a therapeutic plan, implementation, monitoring and documentation of the patient's response to specialized nutrition support and diabetes management. Communicates with medical, nursing staff, employees, patients and families, and other health care professionals to assure that individual patient care needs are met. When need arises, will perform other duties as assigned by supervisor. Presbyterian/St. Luke's Medical Center expects our Code of Conduct Value Statements to be reflected in the way every employee interacts with co-workers, patients and family members, and with others in the community. • We recognize and affirm the unique and intrinsic worth of each individual • We treat all those we serve with compassion and kindness • We act with absolute honesty, integrity and fairness in the way we conduct our business and the way we live our lives. • We trust our colleagues as valuable members of our healthcare team and pledge to treat one another with loyalty, respect and dignity Position Requirements: A. Licensure/Certification/Registration: RD (Registered Dietitian) or RDN (Registered Dietitian Nutritionist). CNSC (Certified Nutrition Support Clinician) and/or CDE (Certified Diabetes Educator). CSO (Certified Specialist in Oncology) preferred. B. Education: Bachelor of Science or Arts and/or Masters Degree in Food & Nutrition or Dietetics from an accredited college or university. Master's of Science Degree preferred. C. Experience: Minimum of 2-4 years clinical experience in an acute care or outpatient facility, with an emphasis in nutrition support, diabetes management, or oncology nutrition. D. Special Qualifications: Ability to communicate effectively with patients, families, physicians, and other health care team members. Ability to manage a team and work with others within a team to ensure quality patient care. Strong critical thinking skills. Desire to provide compassionate, holistic care. Degree of supervision required: Involves general guidance and direction by the Director of Clinical Operations at Colorado Blood Cancer Institute and/or the Cancer Care Clinical Nutrition Supervisor. Employee will be expected to perform most job duties independently and in accordance with established departmental and hospital policies and procedures. Ages of Patients Served: This position requires knowledge of growth and developmental needs of patients and families. Personnel in this position must recognize and respond to the behaviors of patients and families in each age category. The employee must be able to demonstrate the special skills required to care for patients and their families according to standards. (The skills and knowledge needed to provide such care may be gained through education, training or experience.) Last Edited: 06/21/2017
HCA Largo, FL, USA
Jun 26, 2017
Job Code: 25773-135044 Full-time Days (rotating weekends) Job Summary - Under the direction of the HIM Document Imaging Manager, the HIM Document Imaging Lead is responsible for achieving the day-to day operational goals by coordinating and performing activities as it relates to prepping, scanning, and indexing workflow, and document imaging queue management for multiple hospitals in Horizon Patient Folder (HPF). Duties (included but not limited to): Provides direction to the HIM Document Imaging Technicians in the management and performance of daily work processes Coordinates prepping, scanning, and indexing activities, work assignments, and staffing levels to accomplish daily operational goals. Assists in establishing staff schedules and monitors violations of the attendance policy. May be expected to accept weekend on-call coverage on a potentially rotating basis as defined by departmental policy. Assists the HIM Document Imaging Manager in review and improvement of processes and services. Reports to the supervisor periodically on team and individual work accomplishments, problems, progress in mastering tasks and work processes. Identifies, provides, and/or facilitates individual and team training needs. Coaches, facilitates, solves work problems, and actively participates in the work of the team. Assists the HIM Document Imaging Manager in capturing HIM document imaging staff productivity. Ensures cross functional collaboration with functional area(s). Assists in employee training and development. Assists HSC Document Imaging Manager with personnel management activities related to document imaging functions. Assists HSC Document Imaging Manager in Quality Control monitoring and reporting efforts. Monitors and completes assignments in designated HPF work queues. Adheres to documented and established workflow guidelines as it relates to managing work queues. Performs Document Imaging Technician I and/or II duties approximately 50% of work time. Maintains or exceeds established productivity and quality standards. Monitors imaging system daily for scanning errors and/or requests. Promptly reports issues or trends to the HIM Document Imaging Manager. Participates at regular intervals in prepping, scanning, and/or and indexing quality audits as designated by HSC and/or HIM Document Imaging Leadership. Assists with the boxing/retrieval of scanned documents and coordinates the record storage process. Assists in development of SSC/HSC specific policies. Practices and adheres to the "Code of Conduct" philosophy and the "Mission and Value Statement". Other duties as assigned Knowledge, Skills & Abilities Technical Skills - ability to apply, review, and educate on equipment and processes. Organization - establishes course of action to ensure that work is completed efficiently; proactively prioritizes assignments and keen ability to multi-task. Communication - communicates clearly, proactively, and concisely with all key stakeholders. Customer orientation - establishes and maintains long-term customer relationships, building trust and respect by consistently meeting and exceeding expectations. Interpersonal skills- able to work effectively with other employees and external parties. Policies & Procedures - articulates knowledge and understanding of organizational P&Ps. PC skills - demonstrates proficiency in keyboard operations, Microsoft Office applications and others as required. Work Independently - is self-supporting; not needing to rely on others to complete a job. Quality Orientation - accomplishing tasks by considering all areas involved, no matter how small; showing. concern for all aspects of the job; accurately checking processes and tasks; being watchful over a period of time. EDUCATION High school diploma or equivalency preferred. EXPERIENCE At least one year of document imaging experience required Prior supervisory experience preferred Parallon #ParallonBCOM Last Edited: 06/22/2017
HCA Las Vegas, NV, USA
Jun 26, 2017
Job Code: 01541-14600 Full-time Mixed (rotating weekends) SUNRISE HOSPITAL AND MEDICAL CENTER Serving the community for nearly 60 years, Sunrise Hospital and Medical Center provides the most comprehensive, quality healthcare in Southern Nevada. As Las Vegas' largest acute care facility, Sunrise provides sophisticated inpatient and outpatient services to the community. Sunrise Hospital and Medical Center has been selected the Consumer Choice Award recipient for 15 consecutive years and had earned the American Stroke Association's Get With The Guidelines (GWTG) Gold Plus Performance Achievement Award. We are also ranked Nursing Professionals Top 100 Hospitals to work for! ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES AIDE LEAD - FULL TIME MIXED SCHEDULE JOB SUMMARY: The duties and responsibilities listed herein are not intended to be all inclusive but rather to indicate the primary emphasis of the job and establish the parameters for the necessary skill, effort, responsibility and working conditions that make up the job. TYPICAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Ensure housekeeping and custodial service activities are performed according to standards and contractual requirements Probes potential problems and apprises manager of status on resolution of problems or issues Helps Manager with day-to-day work activities by delegating authority, assigning and prioritizing activities and monitoring operation standards Ensure compliance with all federal, state and local regulations Maintains a safe work environment for employees by ensuring equipment safety and compliance Ensure proper interaction with hospital staff, physicians, patients and external customers A very high level of confidentiality must be maintained Perform duties and responsibilities of all lesser included jobs Perform other duties as assigned MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Experience: Must have a minimum of four (4) years experience in a housekeeping department and two (2) years lead/supervisor experience, in a health care related facility. Skills: Must have excellent customer service skills; the ability to read, write and speak English and prioritize assignments. Education: High School diploma or equivalent GED . Licensure: None required. Special Requirements: None Last Edited: 06/23/2017
HCA Denton, TX, USA
Jun 26, 2017
Job Code: 06251-91680 Full-time Nights (rotating weekends) MEDICAL CITY DENTON Nights (Rotating Weekends) POSITION SUMMARY: Responsible for cleanliness of Denton Regional with an expectation of providing good customer service to the facilities guests and staff. Responsible for maintaining regulatory compliance as it relates to cleanliness in patient care and non-patient care areas. QUALIFICATIONS: Professional cleaning experience a plus EDUCATION: High school diploma not required Ability to understand, read, and speak English HAZARDS: Exposure to toxic/caustic/chemicals/detergents Exposure to extreme conditions, hot/cold Exposure to dust/fumes/helicopter Exposure to high pitched noises Exposure to communicable diseases Exposure to potential electric shock Category System For Potential Contact With Blood, Body Fluids or Tissues: Category I = High risk: Job or activity can reasonably anticipate that regular contact with blood, body fluids or tissues is likely. WORKING CONDITIONS: Spends approximately 75% or more of time inside. Inside work has good ventilation, comfortable temperature PHYSICAL DEMANDS: MEDIUM WORK Lifting 50-lbs. maximum with frequent lifting and/or carrying of objects weighting up to 25 lbs. Ability to lift, push and pull with assistance (mechanical or co-worker), the weight of the average patient specific to the department. Last Edited: 06/20/2017
HCA Houston, TX, USA
Jun 26, 2017
Job Code: 00417-74540 Full-time No Weekends West Houston Medical Center - Houston, TX Administrative Assistant West Houston Medical Center offers outstanding inpatient and outpatient healthcare services close to your home in west Houston. Built in 1985, our 278-bed acute care hospital is located on Richmond Avenue just east of Dairy Ashford. West Houston Medical Center boasts a team of more than 1,000 people, including 500 physicians, who are committed to the care and improvement of human life. Our staff includes people from 33 countries and 39 states, a diversity which helps us relate to our equally diverse community. West Houston Medical Center is currently looking for a Administrative Assistant Responsibilities: Under the direction of a Senior Administrative officer and the Director of Executive offices, the Administrative Assistant performs administrative support services for the Administrative Team with secretarial, clerical and related responsibilities in promoting communication between the Administrative Team and Medical Staff, Hospital Staff and others interacting with the Administrative Team. This individual must have outstanding people skills, able to handle multiple tasks and coordinate multiple requests while maintaining a positive upbeat customer approach. This position must demonstrate good telephone skills and able to assist others in a courteous manner, following up on the caller; needs. The individual in the position performs various off unit activities, attends staff meetings checks routine supplies and equipment and coordinates the repair and maintenance of equipment. Qualifications: High School Graduate or equivalency with college preparation related to office or managerial organization preferred. Proficiency in using word processing and computer systems with typing skills of 80 wpm. Previous experience as executive secretarial in an acute care hospital required. Contract administration experience strongly preferred. Last Edited: 06/23/2017
HCA Terre Haute, IN, USA
Jun 26, 2017
Job Code: 00097-5473 PRN/Per Diem PRN Behavioral Health Unit Technician - Adult Behavioral Health Unit - PRN Terre Haute Regional Hospital is seeking an experienced Behavioral Health/Mental Health Tech to join our close-knit Behavioral Health Team to work PRN with weekend rotation. Our 16-bed Adult In-Patient Acute Behavioral Health Unit admits patients 18 years of age and older, predominantly via the Emergency Department. THRH Behavioral Health uses a multi-disciplinary treatment team consisting of RN, Behavioral Health Techs, Psychologist, Licenses Clinical Social Workers, Licensed Mental Health Counselors and Certified Recreational Therapists. We are looking for candidates with great communication and organizational skills who are outgoing and who can work in a fast-paced environment. Regional Hospital is a 278-bed community-based medical center with comprehensive medical and surgical programs. Accredited by The Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations, the leading accreditor of health care organizations in America, we are dedicated to our Mission, Values and Vision and are committed to providing quality, individualized patient care to the communities we serve. We're more than a hospital, we're a family! Awesome tuition reimbursement and educational resources, comprehensive benefits, caring culture and supportive team, plus outstanding leadership. First Wabash Valley Hospital to be designated as an Accredited Chest Pain Center 24/7 Trauma/Surgical Services and "In The Process" stage for Level II Trauma Center Designation Regional Hospital recently earned a 4th-straight 'A' grade in Leapfrog Hospital Safety Grade rankings The Paul Seibenmorgen Cancer Center at Terre Haute Regional Hospital has received the American College of Surgeons Commission on Cancer approval with commendation. Position summary: This position performs various patient care activities and related nonprofessional services necessary in caring for the needs and comfort of patients. Position responsibilities : • Participates in providing a therapeutic environment through acceptance of patient behavior and guidance toward socially acceptable behavior. Interprets information needed to identify patient requirements relative to age specific needs • Participates in the development, review and implementation of interdisciplinary treatment plans under guidance of RN • Supervises and participates with patients in group or individual recreational, social, and related activities under the direction of the program therapist and/or charge nurse • Provides for patient safety and comfort through attention to general health and assistance and guidance in cleanliness, grooming, rest, activity, and nourishment; maintains an attractive and comfortable unit environment. Provides for patient and unit safety through patient search, room searches as assigned and continued safety monitoring • Performs basics nursing procedures as required, i.e., bathing, feeding, temperature, pulse, respiration, blood pressure, oral hygiene, etc • Responsible for observing patients' behavior, charting and reporting any significant physical or mental changes to the nurses on duty • Assist in the admission, transfer, and discharge of patients • Keeps confidential conversations and information concerning patients • Maintains familiarity with emergency procedures and functions as a team member in emergency situations • Participates in staff development classes, meetings, and staff conferences as directed • Assists with acting out or combative patients, helping to seclude or restrain if necessary • Assists in escorting to medical service areas, and diagnostic test, and in the administration of ECT • Assists in the care and maintenance of equipment of the unit and keeping unit and milieu in proper order • Maintains awareness of and participated in quality assurance activities to promote continuous quality improvement • Floats to other units as needed • Performs efficiently with CPCS. Maintains ongoing training and proficiency with CPCS • Attend Code of Conduct training course annually. • Demonstrate an understanding of and adherence to HCA's Code of Conduct. • Demonstrates conduct that is reflective of THRH's commitment to HCA's Code of Conduct. • Understands and satisfies the needs of the patient population appropriate to the age of the patient served (adults, geriatric, adolescent, pediatric, and parents of neonates) • Adheres to the Standards of Behavior for Terre Haute Regional Hospital as per the Customer Relations Policy Essential educational/licensure, skills and experience : • At least 18 years of age. • High School diploma or GED in addition to the afore mentioned requirements. • Prior mental health experience in a medical setting. • Certifications: BLS and Crisis Prevention Certification must be maintained throughout employment with Terre Haute Regional Hospital Valued but not required educational/licensure, skills and experience : • One (1) year of college education, preferably with courses in psychology and sociology or documented evidence of Mental Health Technician training or applicable training. Last Edited: 06/23/2017
HCA San Antonio, TX, USA
Jun 26, 2017
Job Code: 02531-77234 Full-time Evenings (rotating weekends) General Statement of Duties: Under the direction of the licensed anesthetist and the RN, the Anesthesia Technician provides anesthesia support to the licensed anesthetist during surgical procedures. The Anesthesia Technician anticipates the needs of the licensed anesthetist through preparation and maintenance of supplies, patient monitoring equipment and anesthesia delivery systems. This includes anticipating anesthesia needs, maintaining stock levels, setting up supplies and equipment, cleaning and storage of equipment, equipment operation, basic troubleshooting and ensuring equipment operation and maintenance. The Anesthesia Technician is an integral member of the perioperative team and he/she works in a collaborative role with the circulating RN and the perioperative team to ensure a safe and optimal patient perioperative experience. Essential Job Functions: 1. Anticipates the needs of the licensed anesthetist for regional, epidural and spinal blocks and the induction of general anesthesia through the application of technical knowledge and competence in set-up, operation and troubleshooting of anesthesia delivery systems, monitors and ancillary devices to include the laryngoscope, intubation equipment and IV solution and tubing set-up. 2. Consistently uses aseptic technique, and correctly sets up and prepares needed supplies and equipment for invasive line monitoring. Assists the anesthetist in the preparation and draping for invasive line placement and monitoring. 3. Maintains designated par levels of anesthesia supplies and ensures carts are stocked with immediate use items used for operative procedures. Participates in evaluating new equipment/supplies that pertains to the anesthesia service. 4. Ensures utilized equipment is appropriately cleaned, stored and in proper working order prior to use; performs basic equipment troubleshooting as necessary. Submits work orders in a timely manner for needed maintenance/repairs. Properly cleans and stores equipment after use. Schedules preventative maintenance as required and follows up on completion. 5. Consistently cleans, disinfects, sterilizes and ensures availability of utilized anesthesia equipment according to AORN standards and practices. 6. Works in collaboration with the circulating RN and assists with the placement of non-invasive monitoring devices (blood pressure cuff, EKG leads and pulse oximeter probe), patient transport and positioning, as directed. Minimum Education, Experience, Training, Required Knowledge, Skill, Abilities and Other Job-Related Characteristics: 1. Education: High school graduate or equivalent 2. Experience: none 3. Employee completes initial and ongoing training and competencies as defined by service line, facility and department/unit which are specific to the needs of the patient population served (if applicable). 4. Preferred: prior anesthesia technician experience in a hospital setting Minimum License, Certificates, or Registrations Required : None Physical Requirements Environmental and Physical Demands/Hazardous Conditions: WORKING CONDITIONS ( X) INSIDE: Spends approximately 40__ hours or more per week inside. ( ) OUTSIDE: Spend approximately __ hours per week outside (driving/running work related errands). ( ) BOTH: The activities occur inside and outside in approximately equal amounts. WORK POSITIONS: (defined in 5% increments of work time): Sitting 15 % + Standing 15 % + Walking 70 % = 100% LIFTING/CARRYING DEMANDS: Ability to lift, push and pull with assistance (mechanical or co-worker) the weight of an average patient/heaviest object specific to the department. ( ) SEDENTARY WORK: Lifting 10 lbs. maximum and occasional lifting and/or carrying articles. ( ) LIGHT WORK: Lifting 20 lbs. maximum with frequent lifting and/or carrying articles weighing up to 10 lbs. ( X ) MEDIUM WORK: Lifting 50 lbs. maximum with frequent lifting and/or carrying of objects weighing up to 25 lbs. ( ) HEAVY WORK: Lifting 100 lbs. maximum with frequent lifting and/or carrying of objects weighing up to 50 lbs. ( ) VERY HEAVY WORK: Lifting objects in excess of 100 lbs. with frequent lifting and/or carrying of objects weighing more than 50 lbs. Last Edited: 06/21/2017