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I believe that better care begins at home.
Compassionate care, uncompromising service and clinical excellence - that's what Gentiva' patients have come to expect from our clinicians for nearly 40 years. Gentiva, America's homecare leader, has set the clinical standard for today's fastest-growing segment of healthcare - homecare. By creating innovative solutions that lead to high-quality patient outcomes, Gentiva's patient-centered approach improves quality of life and independence. With Gentiva, great healthcare has come home.
I believe I can make a difference.
With almost 40 years of experience and more than 380 locations in 39 states, Gentiva serves approximately half a million patients annually. Gentiva is a company on the move - driving some of the most exciting new opportunities in home healthcare. Financially and strategically, we are positioned to be a key player in the industry for years to come. All of which make Gentiva the place to be.
I believe in working for a company that cares as much as I do.
Gentiva offers a unique employment package that includes:
- Unprecedented opportunities for career growth
- Working in an environment where you are supported by a team of skilled healthcare professionals who are committed to providing the highest level of care where the patient comes first
- Competitive salary which includes a bonus plan
- Comprehensive benefits which include competitive pay with direct deposit, medical, dental, vision, short and long term disability, life insurance, a generous PTO package, paid holidays, 401(k), tuition reimbursement and much more
I believe that a stronger team begins with me.
A Clinical Educator:
- Participates in/encourages quality assessment and improvement activities. Generates reports for regional, divisional and corporate offices. Reviews and evaluates resources and staffing and ensures talent, manpower and resources are in place to meet the clinical needs and objectives. Assists in identification and utilization of appropriate divisional/corporate resources to meet established performance standards. Ensures branches and programs are in compliance with standards/company policies/procedures and external regulatory requirements. Ensures that clinical associate documentation meets these requirements. Reviews and adheres to all Company policies and procedures and the Employee Handbook. Consults with regional/divisional/corporate staff and operational delivery/business contacts to identify solutions to location/region needs/concerns. Serves as an expert resource to the branch for patient intake/inquiries, the assessment of patient needs and clinical oversight. Is responsible for coordinating with other internal/external expert areas to assist branch issues or inquiries. Develops and implements appropriate support plan to meet specific, identified objectives for support activities and responds to negative trends in performance metrics (clinical outcomes, field audit results, etc.) by assisting location managers in the development of action plans to resolve local issues. Mentors and directs operations to ensure the provision of quality service is consistent with applicable government laws/regulations and corporate policies/guidelines/standards.
- C ollaborates with Operations Management to assist in meeting their business and clinical objectives - supporting/maximizing current business activities, future growth and provision of quality patient care. Mentors office management in understanding clinical aspects of the reimbursement process, (e.g., utilization management, focused medical reviews, denials, etc.) and provides education to improve documentation ensuring accurate reimbursement for services. Provides direction regarding clinical process improvement methods and guides associates in the implementation of new process/procedures/methods. Provides education/training on Company policy, clinical process and procedures to operations and branch management, and clinicians in settings ranging from one-on-one sessions to group facilitation. Facilitates implementation of Company initiatives, changes in policy/regulation/process/procedures. Collaborates and coordinates efforts with the Clinical Operations department and other pertinent entities to ensure consistent direction to field locations and support in meeting company goals and objectives. Maintains ongoing clinical knowledge through internal and/or external training programs, provides interpretation of knowledge and direction to staff. Develops and prepares communications to keep operations management and clinical operations informed of status, problems, achievements, etc. Proactively identifies issues impacting patient care and/or office operations and involve up-line operations management and/or clinical operations, as indicated.
- Bachelor's Degree in Nursing or the equivalent, a diploma from an accredited Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, or Speech Therapy Program and current unrestricted licensure to practice as an RN, Physical Therapist, Occupational Therapist, or Speech Therapist in the state(s) required. A minimum of eight years clinical experience including two years in home care environment generally required.
- Master's degree and/or supervisory experience preferred. Must be assertive and possess excellent organizational, problem-solving, decision-making, presentation, and communications skills
- Ability to travel
I believe the best is yet to come.
As a Gentiva associate, we give you everything you need to make the most of your career, including advanced education and training, the latest resources and the industry's highest standards of clinical excellence. When you work for Gentiva Home Health, you can expect more: more opportunities, more challenges, more rewards. That's why Gentiva is the employer of choice for some of today's most experienced and talented associates.
Keywords: Training, trainer, preceptor, educator, education, facilitation, facilitator, development
*Gentiva Health Services, Inc. is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/D/V encouraged to apply.