Click column header to sort
The RN Charge Nurse will be responsible for coordinating the nursing care on their shift. The Charge Nurse will be responsible for overseeing the unit. Focus will be on providing a safe, effective environment for patients and staff through increased communication and customer service.
This position is responsible for providing patient care in a safe and effective manner. Responsibilities include directing PCA activity, synthesizing patient information, assessment of patients, planning of care/intervention, teaching of patients/family, implementation of treatment plan, MD orders, documentation and evaluation. Integration of patient care standards are incorporated into all clinical activities.
The PACS Manager is responsible for providing technology planning and implementation services for all imaging systems technology used across imaging services such as Radiology, Cardiology, Cath Lab, and Radiology Oncology departments. This includes the management and support for hospital information system applications, including PACS, Radiology Information System (RIS), other ancillary department applications, clinical review products and point of service documentation products. Responsible for user support of RIS System, Systems PACS, and Computed Radiography Systems. Develops training curricula for the above applications and coordinates all related training efforts. Participates in the selection and implementation of new information technology products. Assists in the development and implementation of the Information Systems Long Range Plan.
Denials Manager appeals all denials using InterQual, interprets denials by third party payers and crafts through appeals to justify medical necessity. Works with all revenue cycle team and all types of payers to resolve denials, maximize accurate and timely reimbursement and preform reimbursement recovery and retention services.
The Manager Clinical Risk / Patient Safety provides oversight for the organization-wide patient safety and clinical risk management program and activities, including implementation of the patient safety and risk management plan, assessment of patient safety activities, and implementation of policies/programs/education to maximize patient safety and minimize risk.
The Manager Clinical Risk / Patient Safety understands and monitors the areas of organizational clinical risk and patient safety, as it relates to liability, clinical risk through aggregated occurrence data and actions of PI teams, employee safety, and property preservation. The Manager Clinical Risk / Patient Safety emphasizes proactive harm prevention for patients, visitors, and staff through programs, policies, and activities.
The Manager Clinical Risk / Patient Safety is responsible for coordinating efforts with DHS, CMS, Joint Commission (TJC), Cal OSHA, and other accreditation agencies to maintain current compliance with practice regulations. This position plans, supports, and analyzes high-risk, high-volume, problem-prone areas and intensely analyzes undesirable patterns or trends in performance and sentinel events.
The Manager Clinical Risk / Patient Safety provides timely reports to appropriate committees, on frequency, severity, and causes of adverse occurrences and sentinel events, actions taken and results of actions to reduce or eliminate causes, and progress related to educational and preventive efforts.
: Physical Therapy Assistants shall provide quality patient care to assigned individuals under the direction of the physical therapist. Documentation of patient care activities is required in compliance with The Joint Commission. Assistants will be actively involved in training of aide staff, volunteer staff and physical therapy assistant students. Assistants may be assigned special projects such as quality control and data collection for performance improvement reports or other non-skilled tasks as assist the therapists. Assistants are expected to maintain professional relationships with patients and staff, abiding by the codes of ethical conduct.
Physical Therapy Assistants shall provide quality patient care to assigned individuals under the direction of the physical therapist. Documentation of patient care activities is required in compliance with The Joint Commission. Assistants will be actively involved in training of aide staff, volunteer staff and physical therapy assistant students. Assistants may be assigned special projects such as quality control and data collection for performance improvement reports or other non-skilled tasks as assist the therapists. Assistants are expected to maintain professional relationships with patients and staff, abiding by the codes of ethical conduct.
This position is a first line management position. The incumbent has 12-hour responsibility for the coordination of care for patients and families. In conjunction with the area’s Operations Manager or Director, the incumbent shall plan, organize, direct, and evaluate people and activities for the department to ensure the delivery of high quality, cost-effective patient care. In conjunction with the area’s Operations Manager or Director, the incumbent has fiscal responsibility for resources that are defined during the budget process. The position is accountable for scheduling, coordinating, and maintaining the resources necessary on a daily, weekly, and monthly basis.
The monitor tech /unit secretary through communication, requisitioning and management of supplies and equipment, coordinates the activities of the nursing staff, the patient, the physician, other hospital departments and visitors. He/she performs general receptionist and clerical duties in order to facilitate efficient functioning of the nursing unit.
The staff RN is a professional caregiver who assumes responsibility and accountability for a group of patients for a designated time frame and provides care to these patients via therapeutic use of self, the nursing process, the therapeutic environments, treatment and modalities and interdisciplinary collaboration.