The Director of Emergency Services provides leadership/management oversight responsibilities for the Emergency Department, Observation Unit, Safe Child Program, Trauma Services and Pre-Hospital Department to provide quality patient care in an emergent and urgent situations.
The position requires 24 hours/day 7 days/week responsibility.
Sign On Bonus Available Based on Experience
The Clinical Risk Manager is responsible for the management, on-going development, implementation, coordination and documentation of NAH risk reduction programs, error prevention, and assist with claims management. S/he is available for ethics committee consultation, educational programs, and complying with risk management related standards as determined by CMS and other regulatory agencies, in support of controlling and minimizing the loss in protection of system assets. The Clinical Manager integrates data and complex systems analysis, risk management education, and assists with administration of the insurance program. The Clinical Risk Manager partners closely with Patient Safety, Patient Relations, the Malpractice Claims Manager, and Legal in response to risk and safety events, including near misses. The Clinical Risk Manager is available to support NAH colleagues, including physicians and other clinicians, in in-the-moment responses to risk events, disclosures of unanticipated outcomes to patients and families, and resolving questions or concerns prior to and during treatment at an NAH facility.
This is an On Site position. Remote Work currently not available.
The Cardiac Device Technician is responsible for assisting the providers in management of all patients with implanted cardiac devices requiring cardiac device therapy. This position is responsible for establishing and maintaining a remote monitoring program that includes scheduling, billing, downloading, and analysis of clinical device transmissions. Typical duties will include clinical interrogation of pacemakers, Implantable Cardiac Defibrillator (ICD) devices, and implantable loop records; review of patient cardiac rhythms, and other clinical interrogation data and preparation of preliminary reports for providers.
Under general supervision of the provider, the Medical Assistant (MA) Certified works with members of the departmental health care team to provide assistance to providers, patients, and their families ensuring smooth work and patient flow. The MA Certified, under the supervision of the provider, is responsible for conducting initial and on-going assessments of the patient and working with the provider on their procedures and/or exams. This includes but is not limited to, reviewing the patient medical record and conducting per-visit interview with patient, documenting medical history and assessing need for referrals and prescription renewals. The MA Certified also assists in the coordination of clerical information to provide patient care and assists with patient follow up.
In Community Care Management, the MA also assists in following up with health management/care plans with both patients and providers. The MA works closely with medical providers, primary care teams and other agencies to improve communication, services, patient care and outcomes. Available Departments:Family Practice ClinicImmediate Care Clinic / Urgent Care Setting This position's work location is on site only.