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MI - PTG - Registered Nurse Case Manager- Days 8:00 to 4:30 M-F- $41.40 /HR **13 WEEK CONTRACT**

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MI - PTG - Registered Nurse Case Manager- Days 8:00 to 4:30 M-F- $41.40 /HR **13 WEEK CONTRACT**
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Portage Michigan / United States

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Senior Care Partners, a private non-profit PACE (Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly) organization with the mission of providing comprehensive care for the frail elderly population in order to allow them to remain safely in their home for as long as possible with a focus on autonomy and independence. Our program coordinates and provides care for the at-risk frail elderly population of our community through an integrated team of health care professionals all under one roof. This team meets daily to assess the complex health and social needs of our participants and to make any necessary adjustments to the personalized care plan for each individual. Our in-house day center, medical clinic, and therapy rooms make it highly convenient for our participants to receive the socialization they need as well as receive comprehensive medical care under one roof.Primary Purpose Responsible for utilizing the nursing process to develop care plans and goals for an assigned case load of participants in order to provide coordination of services in partnership with participants, family members and interdisciplinary team. Accountability Chart Key Roles In-home comprehensive assessments and care planningChronic disease management and education for participants and familiesCoordination of care within the center and other facilitiesCoordinate all participant transitions Duties and Responsibilities Must care, support, and collaborate with everyone involved in participant's care including the participant's family using the participant-family centered care approach. Conducts initial and periodic home assessments, identifies, and assists occupational therapist in developing a specific plan of care for the home care need. Functions as a member of the Interdisciplinary Team (IDT), communicates participant changes to team members, participates in IDT meetings, and the development of the participant plan of care.Participates in the coordination of the participant's care services.Completes and processes grievance (complaint) forms as appropriate.Identifies and initiates high-risk disease process education and interventions for clinically complex participants.Provides skilled nursing care in a participant's home as needed.Provides in-home education with participants and family members regarding disease process, disease management and medication education and management. Develop educational and treatment plans by working with participants and/or family in conjunction with physicians that will assure safe and cost effective quality of care.Coordinate with hospital discharge planners, PACE hospital liaison and appropriate team members to assure safe and effective transition of care.Coordinate with variety of outside agencies to provide comprehensive participant care.Provide End of Life coordination and care. Provide education and support to participant caregivers and family members. Assists in advanced care planning discussions with participants and family members. Participates in Quality Improvement activities as needed. Utilize the Entrepreneurial Operating System ('EOS Worldwide" by Gino Wickman) business model to drive focus within the organization. Must complete all required education and file requirements on time. Document in the participant medical record as required by policy. Keeps leader informed of problems or issues. Performs other duties as assigned. Qualifications Bachelor's Degree preferred in a Health Field; Associates Degree in Nursing required.RN Nursing Diploma or Degree from accredited School of Nursing or University.Must possess a current, unencumbered, active license to practice as a Registered Nurse in the State of Michigan. Minimum of one year of experience working with the frail, elderly, or long term care population.Minimum of one year of experience working in acute care. Ability to collaborate effectively with other IDT members. Detail oriented with good problem solving skills. Strong communication skills, both written and verbal. Well-developed ability to show discretion and maintain confidentiality.Excellent organizational skills. Proficiency with MS Office Suite, Word, Outlook, PowerPoint & Excel.

Shift: Days M-F from 8:00 - 4:30

Specialty Type: Nursing

Sub Specialties: Skilled Nursing (SNF),Home Health RN,Hospice RN,Care Manager,Geriatric

General Certifications : BLS/BCLS

Nursing Certifications : CPI ENPC RNFA TNCC AWHONN NIHSS STABLE ASLS

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May 24, 2021
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Michigan / United States
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Senior Care Partners, a private non-profit PACE (Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly) organization with the mission of providing comprehensive care for the frail elderly population in order to allow them to remain safely in their home for as long as possible with a focus on autonomy and independence. Our program coordinates and provides care for the at-risk frail elderly population of our community through an integrated team of health care professionals all under one roof. This team meets daily to assess the complex health and social needs of our participants and to make any necessary adjustments to the personalized care plan for each individual. Our in-house day center, medical clinic, and therapy rooms make it highly convenient for our participants to receive the socialization they need as well as receive comprehensive medical care under one roof.Primary Purpose Responsible for utilizing the nursing process to develop care plans and goals for an assigned case load of participants in order to provide coordination of services in partnership with participants, family members and interdisciplinary team. Accountability Chart Key Roles In-home comprehensive assessments and care planningChronic disease management and education for participants and familiesCoordination of care within the center and other facilitiesCoordinate all participant transitions Duties and Responsibilities Must care, support, and collaborate with everyone involved in participant's care including the participant's family using the participant-family centered care approach. Conducts initial and periodic home assessments, identifies, and assists occupational therapist in developing a specific plan of care for the home care need. Functions as a member of the Interdisciplinary Team (IDT), communicates participant changes to team members, participates in IDT meetings, and the development of the participant plan of care.Participates in the coordination of the participant's care services.Completes and processes grievance (complaint) forms as appropriate.Identifies and initiates high-risk disease process education and interventions for clinically complex participants.Provides skilled nursing care in a participant's home as needed.Provides in-home education with participants and family members regarding disease process, disease management and medication education and management. Develop educational and treatment plans by working with participants and/or family in conjunction with physicians that will assure safe and cost effective quality of care.Coordinate with hospital discharge planners, PACE hospital liaison and appropriate team members to assure safe and effective transition of care.Coordinate with variety of outside agencies to provide comprehensive participant care.Provide End of Life coordination and care. Provide education and support to participant caregivers and family members. Assists in advanced care planning discussions with participants and family members. Participates in Quality Improvement activities as needed. Utilize the Entrepreneurial Operating System ('EOS Worldwide" by Gino Wickman) business model to drive focus within the organization. Must complete all required education and file requirements on time. Document in the participant medical record as required by policy. Keeps leader informed of problems or issues. Performs other duties as assigned. Qualifications Bachelor's Degree preferred in a Health Field; Associates Degree in Nursing required.RN Nursing Diploma or Degree from accredited School of Nursing or University.Must possess a current, unencumbered, active license to practice as a Registered Nurse in the State of Michigan. Minimum of one year of experience working with the frail, elderly, or long term care population.Minimum of one year of experience working in acute care. Ability to collaborate effectively with other IDT members. Detail oriented with good problem solving skills. Strong communication skills, both written and verbal. Well-developed ability to show discretion and maintain confidentiality.Excellent organizational skills. Proficiency with MS Office Suite, Word, Outlook, PowerPoint & Excel.

Shift: Days M-F from 8:00 - 4:30

Specialty Type: Nursing

Sub Specialties: Skilled Nursing (SNF),Home Health RN,Hospice RN,Care Manager,Geriatric

General Certifications : BLS/BCLS

Nursing Certifications : CPI ENPC RNFA TNCC AWHONN NIHSS STABLE ASLS