The Nurse Manager will be responsible for the administration of nursing services. Directs, plans, and coordinates the service activities and staffing performance of professional nursing and auxiliary nursing personnel in rendering quality patient care. Provides direct patient care: Responsibilities include:
Selects, train, develops, evaluates, and motivates a highly skilled professional and allied staff.
Assures that departmental staff complete orientation, maintain clinical competence, participate in continuing education, received counseling and are evaluated in a timely manner.
Oversees the receipt, evaluation, acceptance and execution of the initial patient intake process to assure that patient verification, assessment, teaching and the ongoing scheduling of nursing services occurs in a timely and appropriate manner.
Assures that all patient related documentation and clinical and departmental reports are accurately completed, submitted and/or filed in a timely manner, according to internal and external regulatory requirements and in support of the billing process.
Participates in planning, decision-making and implementation of all service center activities that affect clinical nursing services and the performance of the multi-disciplinary team.
Responsible for cost effectiveness and productivity of nursing department
Secures and maintains all applicable internal, professional, local, state, federal and voluntary licensures, certifications, accreditations and employment requirements as required of staff and department.
Works closely with the VP of Nursing and AVPs to assess, plan, develop, implement, and evaluate clinical and administrative policies, procedures, programs and systems.
Assures own professional growth and clinical competence
Assures adherence to all policies, procedures and standards of conduct
Reports to the appropriate management any known or suspected violations of policies, procedures, regulations or standards of conduct.
Serves as administrator for ambulatory infusion suite/suites ensuring licensure and accreditations are active and valid.
Oversees activities of the ambulatory infusion suite and ensures all required documentation is current and in order.
Provides direct and indirect skilled nursing care to patients. Such provisions of care as needed.
Schedule: Candidate must be able to work Monday through Friday between the hours of 8am-5pm, 40 hours a week- Candidate must be able to take on weekday and weekend on-call rotation responsibilities.
Required to submit to a detailed background check, and if applicable, Motor Vehicle Report and drug screen.
Graduate of an accredited school of nursing with a BSN, MSN Preferred
Current RN Licensure by the applicable state's board of Nursing, in good standing
Minimum 5 years Nursing practice in a related specialty such as home infusion and or specialty infusion, home health, oncology, nutrition support, IV Therapy or Critical Care
Minimum 5 years Pediatric Nursing experience ideal
Clinical Expertise in IV therapies with monitoring, skill and knowledge of all types of IV lines.
Minimum 2 years management experience, proven ability to manage, train and educate staff on new protocols and existing standard operating procedures
Ability to work with all levels of employees in a fast paced clinical environment and manage multiple complex projects
Knowledge of State licensed, non-certified, home health agency regulations
Ability to directly supervise and manage staff for a licensed home health agency
Strong written and verbal communication skills
Proficiency with MS Office
Advanced certification in specialty areas of practice (e.g. CRNI, ONS, IgRN) preferred but not required
As a condition of hire, full dosage of the COVID-19 vaccination is a requirement for this position. Soleo Health will consider accommodation for disability/medical and o/or sincerely held religious beliefs.
About Us: Soleo Health is an innovative national provider of complex specialty pharmacy and infusion services, administered in the home or at alternate sites of care. Our goal is to attract and retain the best and brightest as our employees are our greatest asset. Experience the Soleo Health Difference!
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Soleo Health is committed to diversity, equity and inclusion. We recognize that establishing and maintaining a diverse, equitable, and inclusive workplace is the foundation of business success and innovation. We are dedicated to hiring diverse talent and to ensuring that everyone is treated with respect and provided an equal opportunity to thrive. Our commitment to these values is evidenced by our diverse executive team, policies, and workplace culture.
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As a leading provider of complex specialty pharmacy services, Soleo Health delivers high-cost therapies for conditions requiring focused clinical monitoring and interventions regardless of the site of care, route of administration or health benefit design, resulting in demonstrated value through real-world outcome data.
Our interdisciplinary team is comprised of highly experienced physician specialists, nurse practitioners, clinical pharmacists, registered nurses, reimbursement specialists and patient care ambassadors. The team closely collaborates with our referring partners to provide an exceptional patient experience.
We have pharmacy licensure in 50 states and national nursing coverage, which allows us to manage patients throughout the United States. Our high-quality patient care and service have earned Soleo Health accreditations from the ACHC as a Specialty Pharmacy with Distinction in Rare Diseases and Orphan Drugs, The Joint Commission, URAC and the National Association of Boards of Pharmacy.
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