If you believe that you are called to use your gifts, talents, expertise or resources to care for others in a fast paced, positive work environment then this is the place for you!
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Oklahoma Palliative & Hospice Care is recognized as one of the best places to work because of our philosophy that care for others is a mission. If you believe that you are called to use your gifts, talents, expertise or resources to care for others in a fast paced, positive work environment then this is the place for you!
You are always encouraged to apply for open positions or to submit your resume for any future opportunities we might have. A hospice position is more than a job, it is a mission opportunity to serve others!
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Overview Statement & Benefits
Current Job Openings
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OKLAHOMA CITY, OK
RN CASE MANAGER
A Registered Professional Nurse who, operating within the framework of the mission and philosophy of Hospice, delivers nursing care to patients. She/he utilizes the nursing process in a holistic approach to identify complex patients’ needs and to develop and implement creative strategies for meeting these needs. Demonstrates initiative in applying sound principles of management in planning, organizing, and delivering care. Provides care directly, supervises others, and serves as the manager of the interdisciplinary team. Collaborates and communicates with all members of the interdisciplinary team. Participates actively in meeting the goals and
objectives of the hospice organization. Performs and documents care adhering to the professional, hospice, regulatory body, and nursing standards. Demonstrates an ongoing commitment to her/his own professional growth.
Verbalizes knowledge of hospice and palliative care Nursing. Differentiates Hospice from acute care nursing as noted by verbal report during IDT meeting, and implementation of interventions supporting the hospice plan of
Utilizes the Nursing Process in a holistic approach to identify complex needs and to develop and implement creative strategies for meeting those needs. Interventions and measurable outcomes are based on a thorough assessment of the patient, caregiver, and family.
Adjusts plan of care in response to the changes presented by patient, caregiver, family, or interdisciplinary team in a timely manner. Reevaluates the response to those changes by examining symptom improvement and patient, caregiver, or family verbal and nonverbal responses.
Recognizes, reports, and documents signs and symptoms of decline.
Documents data relative to complex or sensitive psychosocial, medical-legal, physiological states.
Develops, implements, and evaluates teaching plan. Incorporates teaching plan into daily care and documents.
Performs care adhering to the professional standards of practice and hospice standards of care.
Graduate of an accredited school of nursing
Licensure & Qualifications
License has no encumbrance
Valid driver’s license
Current automobile insurance
Current CPR for Healthcare Professionals certification
Current First Aid Certification
An Administrative Assistant, operating within the framework of the mission and philosophy of Oklahoma Hospice Care, delivers office management support to the Interdisciplinary Team, patients, caregivers/families, and visitors. The Administrative Assistant demonstrates sound principles of time management and office management in planning, organizing, and delivering clerical support services. He/she collaborates and communicates with all members of the interdisciplinary team. The Administrative Assistant participates actively in meeting the goals and objectives of the organization and demonstrates an ongoing commitment to her/ his professional growth.
- Maintains a friendly yet professional demeanor when interacting with the interdisciplinary team, the patient, caregiver/family and visitors.
- Utilizes courteous and standardized approaches to phone communication. Manages office telephones by answering phones and transferring callers to appropriate staff.
- Utilizes effective communication skills both verbal and non-verbal when meeting and greeting a variety of clients and staff even during high activity periods.
- Creates and modifies documents using computer programs such as Microsoft office and Excel.
- Performs general clerical duties to include but not limited to: photocopying, faxing, mailing and filing plus signing for and distributing UPS, Federal Express, or Airborne Express packages.
- Arranges accommodations for office visitors.
- Assists with chart management by preparing new charts, faxing orders, certification and recertification paper work, and interdisciplinary team meeting notes to physician offices following the Interdisciplinary Team meeting, and maintaining current patient face sheets.
- Prints patient visits weekly for office and home charts. Scans patient documents into electronic patient file.
- Creates facility hospice charts, prints interdisciplinary team member visit notes from the electronic medical record and distributes to correct staff for placement in hospice patient facility charts.
- Creates patient admission legal packets.
- Creates patient admission/education packet to include but not be limited to: Patient and Family Handbooks, 3 in 1 Emergency response Booklet, Patient and Family Education Handout for Emergency Management, Patient Education Tools for Home Safety, Infection Control, Oxygen Safety.
- Maintains and update patient document electronic repository as directed.
- Records minutes during meetings such as Monday morning start-up meeting. Distributes meeting minutes to participants as directed.
- Purchases office and medical supplies, verifies receipt of items and keep supply room stocked and in order utilizing medical supply inventory tool.
- Verifies physician licensure and maintains physician licensure and signature verification log.
- Maintains current office Employee Phone Tree as directed verifying accuracy with the Business Office Manager.
- Maintains In and Out board.
- Monitors employee credentials to include professional licensure and certification, driver’slicense, and automobile insurance.
- Monitors the employee completion of mandatory education to include completion of elearning courses required for new employee orientation and annual review courses.
- Compiles new employee general orientation binders Volume 1 and Volume 2
- Prepares referral source/physician follow-up letters
- Prints and maintains marketing materials
- Compiles marketing items for Community Relations Representatives as needed
- Compiles binders for Community Relations Representatives to use for quarterly facility review meetings
- Conducts Patient & Family Satisfaction survey calls and tracks results
- Maintains and tracks bereavement by completing the bereavement spreadsheet, preparing bereavement letters and distributing the monthly call/visit list to chaplains
- Creates donor letters on patient admission and after patient’s death as requested
- Performs other duties as assigned
- College degree preferred-college classes attended.
- High School Diploma or Equivalent
Computer skills to include proficiency in word-processing, data entry, and general computer use.
Social Worker shall help patients and their families to enhance or restore their capacity for optimal psychological, emotional, spiritual, social and physical health. They identify coping skills and strengths utilized by the patient and family. Social Workers function as an integral part of the interdisciplinary team by addressing the psychosocial stressors and collaborating with the team to enhance the quality of end of life care for the patient and their family.
• Complete an initial psychosocial evaluation within the time limits set by the Conditions of Participation and/or state regulations.
• Demonstrate a working knowledge of the Conditions of Participation and state regulations governing hospice care.
• As allowed by patient and family, assist with advanced care planning to ensure that all treatments meet the wishes of the patient receiving care. Advanced care planning can include advanced directives, DNR’s, DPOA’s, financial planning and funeral planning.
• Assist the patient and family to understand, accept, and follow medical recommendations and provide services planned to assist the patient and family in achieving the optimum social and health adjustment within their capacity.
• Utilize available resources to assist the patient and family to live better within the limitations of the illness.
• Records and reports observed social and emotional changes within a timely manner.
• Demonstrates the ability to prioritize and balance daily schedules and completes duties in appropriate time frame.
• Complete tasks independently.
• Educate, mediate and problems solve with patient and families regarding ethical dilemmas that may arise.
Graduate of an accredited school
Licensure & Qualifications
• License has no encumbrance
• Current license in the state of employment.
• Valid driver’s license
• Current automobile insurance
•Reliable vehicle Certification
• Current CPR certification
• Current First Aid Certification