Our Clinical Liaison professionals utilize their clinical knowledge and assessment skills in the acute care setting to provide education and create awareness of hospice as an integral part of the continuum of care. As part of the Business Development Team, the Clinical Nurse Liaison collaborates with Physicians, Case Managers, Discharge Planners, Social Workers, Directors of Nursing and other clinical partners to advocate for utilization of hospice to ensure support for patients and their families as they near end of life. If you're comfortable in an acute care environment, passionate about Hospice and enjoy connecting with different people each day, this is the perfect position for you! Overview The Clinical Liaison, Registered Nurse (RN) will act as liaison between the contracted hospitals and the hospice team, make inpatient visits to hospice patients in contracted facilities, act as consultant for pain and symptom management, provide in-service education to providers, perform pre-admission evaluations for appropriateness for hospice services, initiates the admission process by educating and informing patient/family of hospice and it's services. For Patient's/Families electing hospice, you will also help to complete informed consents followed by providing a nursing assessment, initial plan of care and intervention(s), which optimize patient and family directed comfort and quality of life and coordinates discharge planning. You may also at times help to lead education events in the community and with referral partners to help to fulfill the Moments Way Vision: Through educational empowerment we create a better understanding and use of the Hospice benefit. *Please note that all clinical decisions must be made under the direction and supervision of the Clinical Manager and/or Regional Director of Clinical Operations and in accordance with regulation admission/eligibility by the Medical Director. Qualifications - Registered Nurse license in state(s) practicing - Previous experience in hospice, home health, general medical surgical or patient population specific (i.e.: geriatrics, pediatric, etc.) nursing. - Willingness to work a flex schedule and serve patients/families in the geographic service area. - Detail oriented with good time management skills. Accurate and timely documentation skills. - Demonstrated management/leadership skills. Demonstrated commitment to Moments Hospice's philosophy of care, values, mission statement and Moments Way. Must have reliable transportation, a valid driver's license, and the minimum state required liability auto insurance. Demonstrated commitment to the Moments Hospice philosophy of care, values, mission statement and moments way.
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