Registered Nursing
Case Management Social Services
Full Time
8 Hour Shift
Rancho Mirage, CA 92270
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  • Job Objective: A brief overview of the position.

    • The Clinical Educator’s role is multi-faceted, it provides on-unit and department-specific education, informal and formal education to staff, including Joint Commission education and assists Clinical Directors and Clinical Managers in ensuring staff competency, ongoing skills assessment, and opportunities fro growth.

  • Reports to

    • Director, Case Management

  • Supervises

    • N/A

  • Ages of Patients

    • N/A

  • Blood Borne Pathogens

    • Minimal/No Potential

  • Qualifications

    • Education

      • Required: BSN or MSN if hired after July 1, 2012

    • Licensure/Certification

      • Required: CA RN License

      • Preferred: N/A

    • Experience

      • Required: Minimum five years Case Management experience

      • Preferred: Minimum one year in an education role

  • Essential Responsibilities

    • Demonstrates compliance with Code of Conduct and compliance policies and takes action to resolve compliance questions or concerns and report suspected violations.

    • Performs all functions of a Case Management Registered Nurse.

    • Demonstrates implementation skills in accordance with EMC Standards of Care, policies, procedures, and Nurse Practice Act.

    • Initiates discussions, develops plans, and executes cost containment ideas with team in order to comply with departmental plan to meet budget goals.

    • Demonstrates knowledge of Case Management performance improvement and patient safety goals.

    • Takes call and can respond for all Case Management issues.

    • Demonstrates the ability to teach effectively and uses dynamic and unique approaches to engage their target audience.

    • Develops, monitors, and evaluates indicators specific to Case Management and service lines.

    • Coordinates courses that promote staff development with current evidence based information.

    • Coordinates teaching of new procedure/regulations by In-Service.

    • Utilizes feedback from physicians, directors, managers, nursing staff, patients/families, and regulatory agencies to develop education plans for areas assigned.

    • Maintains knowledge in Conditions of Participation, State Regulation, and Joint Commission requirements to ensure staff compliance; educates staff in these areas.

    • Maintains involvement in recruitment and retention of nursing staff. Facilitates programs based on hospital needs in relation to recruitment.

    • Develops and implements a plan to maintain own clinical competency.

    • Assists with monitoring and education within the clinical specialty to ensure quality care and quality outcomes are met in a cost-effective manner.

    • Coaches and educates staff regarding clinical questions.

    • Coordinates medical record audit scheduling, medical records and ancillary departments when necessary.

    • Reports any charging issues that do not conform to current Federal Regulations governing billable/non-billable charges.

    • Attends available seminars pertaining to compliance issues and guidelines, Medical and Billable Coding and Medical Record Charting.

    • Provides positive indication that teamwork is a major and important focus of all Eisenhower Medical Center employees.

    • Conducts periodic in-service classes for ancillary departments instructing the staff on charge/chart review.

    • Conducts periodic in-service classes for the staff on issues identified through chart audits.

    • Prepares reports on monthly basis showing:

      • Total Patient/defense and concurrent audits for month with defense results, and final determination.

      • Summary of deficiencies found in medical record charts to include the following: InterQual, Quality, denials, and avoidable days.

    • Performs other duties as assigned.

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