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Primary Care Nurse III (RN) | New York, NY

Organization

Columbia University in the City of New York

Job Description

Columbia Primary Care at Columbia University Irving Medical Center (CUIMC) is seeking a Primary Care Nurse III (RN) to join our team. The Primary Care Nurse III will report directly to the Practice Manager or Director of Nursing, Columbia Primary Care. This ambulatory nursing position will serve as a key member of the patient care team to support the pediatric and/or adult populations we serve. The Primary Care Nurse III performs nursing duties consistent with NYS nursing scope of practice related to the support of the day-to-day clinical operations of the assigned practice. These duties include, but are not limited to, medication/immunization administration, point of care testing (POCT), clinical information abstraction, oversight of the practice(s)' infection prevention and control procedures, and patient education that can be in person, via our patient portal, or by phone. This experienced RN will perform telephonic, electronic, and in-person nursing assessments consistent with the NYS nursing scope of practice. The Primary Care Nurse III will participate in or lead population health initiatives within Columbia Primary Care and the wider ColumbiaDoctors organization to address health care gaps and promote positive health outcomes for patients. At this senior level, the Primary Care Nurse III may be asked to travel to all Columbia Primary Care sites to train staff or review processes with staff, providers, and managers. This position will work closely with multiple providers as well as other clinical and administrative staff to deliver an excellent patient experience that contributes to positive health outcomes for patients and a work culture of kindness, collaboration, integrity, accountability, and excellence.

Administrative/Operations

  • Executes nursing interventions by collaborating with the care team and following the standards of care established by Columbia Primary Care
  • Assesses and systematically collects data related to patient health status and works with the care team to develop the plan of care
  • Utilizes data to continuously meet care coordination needs across settings in conjunction with the patient, family, and/or other care providers
  • Assumes responsibility and accountability for effectively managing nursing care of individual patients
  • Documents nursing assessment and interventions to reflect a comprehensive and integrated approach to patient care
  • Identifies learning needs of the patient and families, educates by adapting to patient and family learning style utilizing the teach-back method
  • Provides care that is safe, ethical, patient- and family-centered, culturally congruent and evidence-based
  • There are skills and responsibilities that are common across Columbia Primary Care. The Registered Nurse (RN) may perform any or all of these skills and responsibilities:
  • Telephone, My Chart, and in-person triage (for symptom management)
  • Review and act on test results (lab, x-ray)
  • Review and manage communications from internal and external “customers” that require the education and training of an RN
  • Providing patient education through multiple avenues inclusive of in-person, by telephone, or video
  • Execute delegation protocols
  • Assist with medication management (e.g. medication renewals)
  • Complete accurate and timely documentation in the electronic medical record
  • Assist with management of urgent and emergent patient care situations
  • Participate in care coordination and population health activities in collaboration with the central teams and related to any current initiatives within Columbia Primary Care.
  • Utilize data to continuously meet care coordination needs across settings in conjunction with the patient, family, and/or other care providers
  • Assist with the management of patients with multiple chronic health conditions, acute episodes of care, behavioral health challenges while promoting and supporting prevention and wellness
  • Establish standard clinical supply storage in collaboration with other clinical staff and audit that standards are being maintained. Establish standard protocols for medication/immunization inventory management and storage
  • May float to other clinics as needed for operations need.
  • Serve on relevant committees, task forces, and workgroups within Columbia Primary Care and the Organization
  • Other duties as assigned appropriate to scope, education, and/or training

People

  • Participate in the recruitment of clinical staff
  • Precept clinical staff (medical assistants, licensed practical nurses, and RNs and perform competency testing for new and established clinical staff.
  • Serve as a mentor and resource to others

Qualifications

  • Requires a bachelor's degree in Nursing or equivalent in education, training, and experience, plus four years of related experience.
  • An equivalent combination of education, training, and experience may be considered.
  • Current and unrestricted New York State RN license.
  • BLS certified
  • Ability to work indoors in an environmentally-controlled environment with a degree of dust, noise, odors, etc., without undue discomfort
  • Ability to perform sedentary work that primarily involves sitting or standing for long periods of time
  • Travel between clinical sites may be required depending on need
  • Duties performed routinely require exposure to blood, bodily fluid, and tissue. The incumbent is expected to perform and/or/assist in emergency care and/or first aid as needed
  • Ability to work collaboratively with a culturally diverse staff and patient/family population demonstrating tact, respect, and sensitivity.
  • Must have excellent communication skills and the ability to communicate effectively with a diverse audience of peers, management, and other stakeholders. Must have highly developed interpersonal skills and the ability to deescalate stressful situations.
  • Must be an engaged and positive team member demonstrating collaboration, inclusion, reliability, punctuality, and adaptability to new and changing situations including helping peers adapt to new situations.
  • Strong proficiency in computer skills including, but not limited to, Electronic Health Systems, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Word, Email systems, etc.
  • Must be a motivated individual with a positive mindset and exceptional work ethic.
  • Must successfully complete systems training requirements.

How to Apply

Apply here.

Date Posted

October 18, 2022

Clinical Care Coordinator | New York, NY

Organization

Columbia University in the City of New York

Job Description

Working in collaboration with the population health team, the Clinical Care Coordinator (Population Health) is responsible for coordinating and integrating high-quality, cost-effective care delivered to patients across an episode of illness or throughout the entire continuum of health care delivery.  The Clinical Care Coordinator (Population Health) will adopt ColumbiaDoctors’ care coordination process and workflow to achieve improved health outcomes for populations.

Care Management – 50%

  • Develop detailed care plans for patients based on the assessment of patient's condition, clinical needs, social support and barriers
  • Act as a liaison between patients, caregivers, and health care and social services to improve overall health and social outcomes
  • Document in patients' medical records and other data systems to ensure effective data collection and evaluation according to ColumbiaDoctor’s Care Coordination and Management Standards
  • Conduct comprehensive post-discharge assessments for hospitalized patients and provide interventions to reduce complications and readmissions
  • Provide education on disease process, medications, and self-management methods to patients and/or their caregivers with high clinical acuity and in consideration of barriers to care
  • Outreach to patients who frequent the Emergency Room for avoidable visits, provide additional self-management support and educate them on alternatives such as same-day physician appointments and urgent care facilities

Operations – 20%

  • Support programs and/or initiatives with the goal of reducing complications and/or readmissions for the designated patient population
  • Perform chart reviews at all assigned sites/practices to identify and close gaps in care as needed.  Including but not limited to communication of findings to providers
  • Increase overall compliance with medical appointments and routine screenings and improve medication adherence
  • As part of the population health team, utilize data and tools to implement initiatives to achieve the reduction of inappropriate utilization of services such as avoidable ER visits, duplicate tests or procedures, risk identification, and decrease avoidable readmission rates
  • Contribute to preventative health and chronic disease outcome improvement interventions such as newsletter articles, CAP IPA member education, and outreach, surveys, etc.
  • Performs all other duties and participates in debriefing and quality improvement initiatives as directed

Strategy – 20%

  • Ensures care management programs are aligned with unit strategy and framework: improving the patient’s experience of care (including quality and satisfaction), improving the health of populations, and reducing costs as appropriate.
  • Collaborates with internal and external teams to develop plans and strategies to improve population health (e.g. close gaps in care, decrease healthcare costs, and improve the patient experience). 
  • Utilize tools and strategies for effective communication including informal and formal presentations for internal and external audiences.

People  - 5%

  • Promotes staff professionalism and performance with coaching, training, and feedback.  Mentors others in individual and team accountability, modeling behavior, and demonstrating best practices/techniques. Demonstrates self-development and keeps current on a variety of clinical management and health care topics.

Compliance – 5%

  • Keeps current on all organizational, regulatory compliance, and patient privacy trainings policies (e.g. infection control, public safety, EH&S, HIPAA, OSHA, etc.) and successfully completes all required trainings.
  • Maintain a safe and secure work environment by following all OSHA, EH&S, and public safety policies and guidelines.
  • Ensure that Medical Center, Service Corp, and Department policies and procedures are followed.

Minimum Qualifications

  • Bachelor's Degree or combination of education and experience.
  • Unrestricted New York State license to practice as a registered nurse or nurse practitioner.
  • A minimum of 5 years of related experience.
  • An equivalent combination of education and experience may be considered.
  • Ability to work with all stakeholders: physicians, office staff, practice managers, executive suite, consultants, payor organizations, etc.  
  • The candidate must be well organized and be able to manage a demanding workload and complex cases in an accurate and timely.
  • Demonstrated advanced skills in problem assessment, resolution, and collaborative problem-solving in complex, and interdisciplinary settings including advanced proficiency in healthcare administration.
  • Ability to communicate effectively in both oral and written form.  This position requires the ability to interact positively, constructively, and effectively with patients, professional staff, providers, and organizational stakeholders. 
  • Ability to travel within the 5 boroughs of NYC and Westchester County.
  • Ability to work independently and follow through and handle multiple tasks simultaneously.
  • Ability to work collaboratively with a culturally diverse staff and patient/family population demonstrating tact and sensitivity in stressful situations.
  • Advanced proficiency in Microsoft Office (Word & Excel) or similar software is required and an ability and willingness to learn new systems and programs.
  • Must be a motivated individual with a positive mindset and exceptional work ethic.
  • Must successfully pass system requirements.

Preferred Qualifications

  • BSN preferred.
  • Strong proficiency in population health, utilization review/utilization management, and/or quality improvement.
  • Demonstrated strong proficiency in project management skills including planning and executing technical and operational project activities with cross-functional teams.
  • Experience with EPIC is preferred.
  • Experience with HEDIS, QARR, Quality Payment Program/MIPS, PCMH.
  • Spanish language proficiency is preferred.
  • Experience and knowledge of managed care plan operations.  

How to Apply

Apply here.

Date Posted

October 18, 2022

Advanced Practice Provider, Cardiothoracic Surgery | New York, NY

Organization

Bellevue (NYC Health + Hospitals)

Job Description

Advanced Practice Provider (Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assictant) position flex-time permanent nights available immediately to work in the Cardiothoracic Surgery Department at New York City Health + Hospitals / Bellevue, New York City’s oldest operating public hospital
The Cardiothoracic Surgery Department is an advanced care provider run service. We are the referral center for all New York City public hospitals and our patients are representative of every known ethnic, racial group in the world. This is a full time position with excellent pay inclusive of night differential and benefits, great staff. Responsibilities will include performing initial history and physicals on new patients, initial evaluation of patients with cardiovascular and thoracic oncology disease; and perioperative management of critical care patients. The Cardiothoracic Surgery Department is affiliated with New York University School of Medicine.

How to Apply

Please Fax your resume to 212-562-2991, E-mail: mera.djokic@nychhc.org or Call 212-562-2227

Date Posted

October 18, 2022

Patient Care Team Coordinator | Brooklyn, NY

Organization

Department of Veteran Affairs

Job Description

The Patient Care Team Coordinator (PCTC) is accountable for the clinical management, supervision, and evaluation of care delivered by nursing and other allied health staff within the Residential units and the RN and LPN staff within the Mental Health programs at the Brooklyn Campus. These programs include Mental Health Intensive Case Management; Assertive Community Treatment team; Primary Care - Mental Health Initiative; MH/ER triage; and the outpatient MH clinics – MH Based Primary Care and the Behavioral Health Interdisciplinary Program.   The PCTC provides leadership in improving the compliance of the NYHHS’s performance improvement measures.  The PCTC systematically analyzes clinical practice through data collection, interpretation, and report of findings with appropriate recommendations. The PCTC is responsible for contributing to the establishment and implementation of nursing standards; prioritization of workload demands and the ability to meet established deadlines as necessary. He/she evaluates the health care delivery of Veterans in the units and programs within their responsibility by identifying problems, seeking resolutions, implementing change, assessing progress and evaluating outcomes. The PCTC ensures that all of MH/Patient Services staff maintain competence in all required patient care skills. PCTC is fiscally responsible for the resources within the areas of responsibility. 

Qualifications

  • Must be a citizen of the United States
  • Current, active, full and unrestricted registration as a graduate professional nurse
  • Graduate of a program accredited by the Accreditation Commission for Education (ACEN) or the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE)
  • BSN required. Master’s degree in Nursing or in a related healthcare field required
  • Minimum of 3-5 years of nursing experience with progressive leadership experience required
  • Clinical experience in Mental Health field required
  • Demonstrated leadership in interdisciplinary team setting
  • Excellent interpersonal skills
  • Demonstrated ability to work effectively with all members of the health care team

How to Apply

Send inquiries and resume to britta.jennings@va.gov

Date Posted

September 8, 2022

Nurse Practitioner (PACT) | New York, NY

Organization

VA New York Harbor Healthcare System

Job Description

Nurse Practitioner in PACT (Patient Aligned Care Team) will maintain a committed and adequate workforce, to deliver quality care, create structures, support VISN 2 Initiative 2018 which is to improve care transitions, to reduce admissions and readmissions of ambulatory care sensitive conditions, enhance the veteran and staff experience and comply with mandatory requirements and quality performance.    The clinic needs a Nurse Practitioner provider who can provide comprehensive care to complex medical patients with multiple chronic diseases.  Recruiting for this PACT NP vacancy will improve access, efficiency, and productivity. Will work closely with the PACT physicians and RN Care Manager to provide optimal patient care to our veteran population.

This PACT NP position is critical in meeting the expected PACT requirements and performance measures (SAIL).  This NP uses Telehealth with her patient panel to reduce complications, improve outcomes, and decrease re-admissions in patients with chronic illnesses especially diabetes, congestive heart failure, and hypertension.  Disease prevention and health maintenance education are crucial for the panel’s very needy chronically ill patients.  

Qualifications

  • Must be a citizen of the United States
  • Current, active, full and unrestricted registration RN and NP/ and ANCC certifications as a Nurse Practitioner in Adult/Primary Care.
  • Graduate of a program accredited by the ACEN – Accreditation Commission for Education or the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE).
  • Bachelor of Science (BSN) degree in Nursing preferred /Completion of a Master’s Degree Programs as nurse practitioner required
  • Minimum of 3 years hospital nursing experience required
  • Recent NP experience highly preferred
  • Must possess strong interpersonal skills
  • Must work effectively with all members of the health care team
  • Able to make decisions, with demonstrated critical thinking skills

How to Apply

Email current CV to britta.jennings@va.gov

Date Posted

September 8, 2022

RN Certified Wound Care Specialist | Queens, NY

Organization

Department of Veteran Affairs

Job Description

The Wound Care Nurse Specialist is responsible for delivering and promoting quality care related to pressure ulcer prevention/treatment and ostomy care. Responsibilities include the utilization of advanced specialized clinical skills, patient and family health education, nursing research, quality improvement, consultation and staff education. This position is responsible for representing the department on interdisciplinary rounds and local, VISN and national committees as assigned.  Responsibilities may include travel to all 3 campuses and outpatient settings.

Qualifications

  • Must be a citizen of the United States
  • Current, active, full and unrestricted registration as a graduate professional nurse
  • Graduate of a program accredited by the ACEN -Accreditation Commission for Education (ACEN) or the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE). 
  • Bachelor of Science (BSN) degree in Nursing with Graduate Degree (preferred).
  • Completion of a Wound Care Certification program (required.)
  • National Certification in Wound Care (preferred)
  • Certification in Ostomy Care (preferred)
  • Minimum of 4-5 years of successful nursing practice with demonstrated clinical competency
  • Experience with performance improvement activities including data collection, entry, analysis and reporting preferred.
  • Basic Computer skills including word, excel and CPRS
  • Ability to work in an interdisciplinary collaborative team environment
  • Self-Directed, well organized, flexible, and independent to ensure deadlines and compliance issues are met. This includes, but not limited to, documentation of patient care, reports for patient care, staff/patient education and leading performance improvement activities.
  • Able to make decisions, with demonstrated critical thinking skills

How to Apply

Email resume to britta.jennings@va.gov

Date Posted

September 8, 2022

Nurse Recruiter RN | Brooklyn, NY

Organization

VA New York Harbor Healthcare System

Job Description

This position is Responsible for the recruitment of qualified applicants for licensed practical nurses, graduate nurse positions, registered nurse, or positions of unlicensed assistive personnel as well as Patient Services Staff though out the Harbor. Reviews and prepares Resource Requests and tracks all Patient Services Recruitment from initial submission to selection. Has knowledge of HR smart processing and through the development of effective recruiting plans and strategies.   Has primary contact with applicants and aids them in the hiring process, attends job fairs, and heads in-house and external recruitment efforts.  Maintains effective relationships with social and professional networks to source qualified candidates.  May interview candidates and serves as a subject matter expert for the referral of applicants to the appropriate clinical service.  Reviews resumes and qualifications to determine suitability of candidates and verifies references of applicants.  Also responsible for the development and implementation of nurse retention programs and work force succession planning.  Familiar with a variety of the field concepts, practices, and procedures.  Relies on extensive experience and judgment to plan and accomplish goals. Performs a variety of tasks, to include staff education and orientation.   May lead and direct the work of others. A wide degree of creativity and latitude is expected in this position. The Nurse Recruiter is also the Staffing Methodology Coordinator for NYHHS. 

Qualifications

  • Current, active, full and unrestricted as a graduate professional nurse
  • Required BSN and Master’s Degree in Nursing required as a Graduate of a program accredited by the ACEN -Accreditation Commission for Education (ACEN) or the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE)
  •  Nursing recruitment experience highly preferred
  • Minimum of 5 years Clinical Hospital Nursing experience in various clinical units (ER/ICU/ Med Surg/CLC) required.
  • Columbia University offers a competitive salary & outstanding benefits package. The selected individual will receive an academic appointment commensurate with credentials & qualifications. (These are non-tenured faculty positions.)

How to Apply

Email CV to britta.jennings@va.gov

Date Posted

September 8, 2022

Psychiatry Nurse Practitioner Local Recovery/APRN | New York, NY

Organization

Department of Veteran Affairs

Job Description

The Local Recovery Coordinator/Advance Practice Nurse is responsible for the assisting implementation of policy and procedures from the National Recovery Coordinator and to facilitate implementation and promotion of mental health recovery oriented practices and services in mental health SMI populations.  This includes ongoing  education of Veterans, family members and providers on recovery and evaluation of implantation efforts at all levels of the organization. The LRC/APRN is responsible for serving as the interface among local initiatives, VISN level and national planning, oversight and guidance. 

Local Recovery Coordinator and Integrated Ethics Program Officer for the New York Harbor Healthcare System.  This vice I s the designated VACO position with responsibility for demonstrating leadership and creative approaches to lead the transformation of the facility Mental Health Services to the VA recovery model as guided by the VACO Office of Mental Health Services. This position requires collaboration with facility mental health leadership, VISN 2 Mental Health Care Line and VACO Office of MH Services and  provides direct mental health services to Veterans in the Outpatient Mental Health Clinic as an advanced practice nurse with prescriptive authority. 

Collaborates with Mental Health Services to review services to meet standards of the Uniform Mental Health Services Package and with SAIL measurements.  Member of the Mental Health Stakeholders Team which reviews JCAHO compliance.  Identifies opportunities in the practice environment to implement evidenced based practices to improve the quality of mental health nursing care.

Qualifications

  • Current, active, full and unrestricted as a graduate professional nurse/Nurse Practitioner.
  • Master’s Degree in Nursing and Master’s Degree from a Nurse Practitioner Program required with a BSN preferred ACEN (Accreditation Commission for Education) accredited or the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE).
  • Approximately 2-3 years of successful nursing practice or Post Graduate Nurse Practitioner course with didactic and supervised clinical experience preferred.
  • ANA/ANCC  Certification as Psychiatric   Nurse Practitioner required.

How to Apply

Email CV to britta.jennings@va.gov

Date Posted

September 8, 2022

Nurse Manager | New York, NY

Organization

Department of Veteran Affairs

Job Description

There is no better time than now to join the VHA nursing team! We are looking for a bright, talented and resourceful individual with exceptional clinical and communication skills to function as a Nurse Manager in the New York Harbor Healthcare System.

VA York Harbor Healthcare System is a Level 1A tertiary care healthcare organization comprised of three campuses: two acute care medical centers and one Long Term Care Facility. VANYYHS provides health care to New York City veteran population in Brooklyn, Manhattan, Queens, and Staten Island and is the VA referral center for the full range of cardiovascular and neurosurgical specialties.  Performance measures show excellent results.

We are actively recruiting for a Nurse Managers who is accountable for the clinical management, supervision, and evaluation of care delivered by nursing and other allied health staff in a variety of units:

  • Surgical Intensive Care/PACT unit.
  • Mental Health Outpatient Unit

Responsibilities include:

  • Providing leadership in improving the compliance of the VISN'S performance measures.
  • Systematic analysis of clinical practice through data collection, interpretation, and reporting of findings with appropriate recommendations.
  • Responsibility for contributing to the establishment and implementation of nursing standards; prioritization of workload demands and the ability to meet established deadlines as necessary.
  • Evaluation of the health care delivery on the unit identifying problems, seeking resolutions, implementing change, assessing progress and evaluating outcomes.
  • Ensuring that all staff maintain competence in all required patient care skills. Nurse Manager is fiscally responsible for the resources in the area.

Qualifications

  • Must be a citizen of the United States
  • Current, active, full and unrestricted registration as a graduate professional nurse
  • Graduate of a program accredited by the ACEN -Accreditation Commission for Education (ACEN) or the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE
  • BSN required. Master’s degree in Nursing or in a related healthcare field highly required
  • Minimum of 5 years of nursing experience with progressive leadership experience preferred
  • Clinical skills in area of consideration
  • Demonstrated leadership in interdisciplinary team setting
  • Excellent interpersonal skills
  • Demonstrated ability to work effectively with all members of the health care team

How to Apply

Email CV to britta.jennings@va.gov

Date Posted

September 8, 2022

Patient Services Director, Mental Health | New York, NY

Organization

Department of Veteran Affairs

Job Description

There is no better time than now to join the VHA. We are looking for a bright, talented, and resourceful individual with exceptional clinical and communication skills to function as the Director for Mental Health in the New York Harbor Healthcare System (NYHHS).

VA York Harbor Healthcare System is a Level 1A tertiary care healthcare organization comprised of three campuses: two acute care medical centers and one Long Term Care Facility. VANYYHS provides health care to New York City veteran population in Brooklyn, Manhattan, Queens, and Staten Island and is the VA referral center for the full range of cardiovascular and neurosurgical specialties.  Performance measures show excellent results.

The Director of Mental Health in Patient Services reports to the Chief Nurse Executive and directly supervises 17 FTE Mental Health and Medical Professionals and is responsible for 250 FTE who oversee a large portfolio of Programs:

  • Acute Inpatient Mental Health and Substance Abuse Units
  • Mental Health Outpatient and Mental Health Based Primary Care
  • PTSD
  • Behavioral Health Interdisciplinary Program
  • ORTP
  • MHICM
  • Creative Arts and Therapy
  • Domiciliary and PPRTP
  • Inpatient Rehabilitation Unit

The Director for Mental Health is responsible for supervising both inpatient and outpatient clinical areas at all three of our campus

The Director for Mental Health is accountable for the management and supervision of patient care programs for adult and geriatric patients within the Patient-Centered Care Model in the NY HHCS.

The Director for Mental Health develops and implements an organizational vision that integrates key organizational and program goals, priorities, values, and other factors.

Responsible for assessing and adjusting to changing situations, implementing innovative solutions to make organizational improvements, ranging from incremental improvements to major shifts in direction or approach, as appropriate the MCLM balances change and continuity; continually striving to improve service and program performance; while creating a work environment that encourages creative thinking, collaboration, and transparency; and the maintenance of program focus.

Qualifications

  • Must be a citizen of the United States
  • Current, active, full and unrestricted registration as a graduate professional nurse
  • Graduate of a program accredited by the ACEN -Accreditation Commission for Education (ACEN) or the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE
  • Master’s degree in Nursing or in a related field required with a BSN or Doctoral Degree in Nursing Practice highly preferred.
  • Minimum of 5 years of nursing experience with at least 3 years progressive leadership and supervisory experience required.
  • Demonstrated competence in Mental Health Nursing
  • Demonstrated leadership in interdisciplinary team setting
  • Excellent interpersonal skills
  • Demonstrated ability to work effectively with all members of the health care team

How to Apply

Email CV to britta.jennings@va.gov

Date Posted

September 8, 2022