Performance Improvement Coordinator (RN)
Company: Well Care Health
Posted on: January 16, 2022
Keeping our communities healthy, happy and at home is our
mission at Well Care Health. For more than 30 years, Well Care Home
Health has built its reputation across North Carolina as being one
of the state's most trusted providers of highly specialized,
quality home health care. Our services guide patients through their
recoveries in the comfort of their own homes, and our top priority
is always to place the needs of our patients first. Well Care Home
Health is looking for a passionate Performance Improvement
Coordinator (RN) to join our growing team in Wilmington, NC! If
you're looking for a challenging yet exciting role in one of the
fastest growing markets in the country - keep reading!
The Performance Improvement Coordinator works under the supervision
of the Compliance and Quality, Manager. Analyzes clinical
documentation from various service lines to ensure that it meets
clinical practice and regulatory standards of care. Participates in
the development of recommended action plans. Participate in the
development of agency audit planning and agency risk assessment.
Facilitates ongoing activities to meet accreditation standards and
regulatory guidelines. Performs other duties as assigned.
- Analyzes clinical quality of care provided through completion
of focused monthly audits.
- Analyzes agencies level of regulatory compliance through
completion of focused monthly audits.
- Analyzes agencies compliance with financial standards through
completion of focused monthly audits
- Participates in performance improvement activities by
collaborating with clinical operations teams regarding audit
findings and assisting in development of corrective action
- Assists in performing focused audits as needed to ensure
compliance and clinical initiatives are effective.
- Organizes and performs work effectively and efficiently.
- Maintains and adjusts schedule to enhance agency
- Demonstrates a daily commitment to the mission and guiding
principles of the agency.
- Demonstrates positive interpersonal relations in dealing with
all members of the agency.
- Effectively demonstrates the mission, vision, and values of the
BENEFITS:At Well Care Home Health, we offer the following
benefits:Competitive Pay with Direct Deposit.Medical, Dental,
Vision and Supplemental insurance plans.Paid time off and matching
401(k) plan.Positive Work Environment & Growth
opportunities!Tuition reimbursement & company discount
JOB SPECIFICATIONS:Education: Graduate from an accredited or
approved school of nursing. Bachelor's degree preferred.
Licensure / Certifications: Current license to practice
professional nursing in the State of North Carolina.
Experience: Minimum of 2 years nursing experience and at least 1
year home health experience.Experience within a compliance role
that includes review/auditing of documentation is preferred.Prior
experiences that would encompass clinical, teaching, and
supervisory practice within a nursing service organization is
Essential Technical / Motor Skills: Current knowledge of
fundamental medical-surgical, home care, hospice and home health
nursing principles and practice. Knowledge of the principles of
adult learning. Knowledge of standards of medical record keeping.
Ability to speak clearly and effectively before small and large
groups. Ability to communicate, both orally and in writing, and be
literate in the English language. Able to utilize PC for reports
and ability to work in MS Office required. Experience with and
expertise with Excel preferred.
Interpersonal Skills: Excellent interpersonal skills including the
ability to interact and communicate in a professional and tactful
manner with coworkers, physicians, patients and families and the
Essential Physical Requirements: Ability to stand or sit for
extended periods of time when orienting/training. Requires ability
to stoop or kneel, bend, lift, push, reach with hands/arms when
supervising-precepting staff in patient care activities, or
providing direct patient care.
Essential Mental Abilities: Ability to analyze data to identify
staff and agency learning needs. Ability to systematically assess,
plan, implement, and evaluate clinical practice and regulatory
compliance activities. Ability to teach staff of varying
educational backgrounds. Demonstrate long-and short-term memory.
High level problem solving and reasoning skills to assist staff in
patient care planning and problem resolution. Able to prioritize
duties, learn new skills and use supportive services appropriately.
Ability to act and think independently to provide solutions to
complex clinical, legal and regulatory problems.
Essential Sensory Requirements: Ability to use sight to assess,
plan implement and evaluate patient care activities. Ability to use
hearing to communicate with staff and patients and to auscultate
lung sounds, bowel sounds, hear alarms, etc.
Exposure to Hazards: Noise, potential exposure to blood and blood
borne pathogens, body fluids, sharps, and infectious diseases. May
be exposed to dangerous animals and traffic hazards while home
visiting. May encounter patients and other situations which present
a potential threat to personal safety. May encounter temperature
changes and weather extremes.
Hours of Work: Flexible - Monday - Friday 8am-5pm, weekends and
holidays as needed. Occasional need for flexible hours to meet
needs of staff and the department. Able to rotate administrative
call and respond to assist as needed while on administrative
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