• Registered Nurse - Special Needs Coordinator

    Job Locations US-UT-Hill AFB
    Posted Date 2 weeks ago(11/6/2018 10:56 AM)
    Job ID
    2018-2588
    # of Openings
    1
    Category
    Clinical
  • Overview

    ERP International, LLC (www.erpinternational.com) is currently seeking a Registered Nurse (RN) to support the Special Needs Program at Hill AFB, UT.  Please apply online to learn more about this great opportunity!
     
    About ERP International, LLC
    ERP is a nationally respected provider of health, science, and technology solutions supporting clients in the government and commercial sectors. We provide comprehensive enterprise information technology, strategic sourcing, and management solutions to DoD and federal civilian agencies in 40+ states. Founded in 2006, ERP is headquartered in Laurel, MD and maintains satellite offices in Montgomery, AL and San Antonio, TX - plus project locations nationwide.
     
    ERP's commitment and dedication to its customers was most recently reflected in an independent Dun and Bradstreet customer satisfaction rating in which ERP earned a customer satisfaction rating of 95 percent. Our exceptional customer rating ranks the company among the top five percent of all companies receiving the Dunn and Bradstreet rating.
     
    ERP offers exceptional benefits, including competitive compensation, FREE Medical/Dental/Vision, short and long-term disability, life insurance, paid vacation, paid holidays, a matching 401(k), training and education opportunities, and semi-monthly direct deposit.
      

    Responsibilities

    Schedule:
    Monday - Friday, 9 hours including a one hour lunch between 7:00am and 5:00pm
    No weekends or holidays
    No Call

     

    Job Specific Duties:

     

    Core Duties:

    • Coordinate patient care in collaboration with a wide array of healthcare professionals. Facilitate the achievement of optimal outcomes in relation to clinical care, quality and cost effectiveness.
    • Ensure compliance with standards of care and practice in accordance with all established policies, procedures, and guidelines used in the MTF.
    • Perform health histories.
    • Provide health promotions, counseling, and education. 
    • Recognize adverse signs and symptoms and quickly react in emergency situations.
    • Communicate and collaborate with a diverse group of people for the purpose of informing the healthcare team of plans/actions, for teaching/education to benefit the patient/family and organization.
    • Perform nursing services identified in the TO.
    • Oversees and manages the Exceptional Family Member Program – Medical (EFMP-M) IAW DOD and Air Force (AF) policy, and any subsequent implementing guidance.
    • Uses clinical assessment skills and maintains procedures to identify family members with special medical and educational needs in a timely manner.
    • Uses a multi-disciplinary and collaborative approach with other key service providers, such as installation youth and childcare facilities, and officer and enlisted spouses groups, to ensure effective outreach and identification of special needs.
    • Ensures AF sponsors assigned to the installation, or whose personnel functions are handled at the installation, are “Q-coded” (EFMP-enrolled) regardless of location of family members.

    Additional Duties:

    • SNC functions: a) Assessment: Identification of patients that need special medical and education needs/management; comprehensive collection of patient information and medical status; and continued evaluation of an established plan of care; b) Planning: Collaboration with the patient, family/caregiver, primary provider and other members of the health care team for developing an effective plan of care; c) Facilitation: Care coordination and communication among all involved parties; d) Advocacy: Support for the patient and family/caregivers to ensure identified education and appropriate, timely care coordination is received.
    • Ensures all active duty sponsors known to the Air Force Personnel Center, and local Military Personnel Section and/or Commander Support staff where applicable, as having family members with special needs are identified in AF medical special needs data management systems. Provides oversight for base-level data entry in AF-provided data management systems used in the management of EFMP-M.
    • Provides clinical training to installation personnel and medical staff; and consultation as needed to support the implementation of EFMP-M base-wide.
    • Integrally involved in the Family Member Relocation Clearance (FMRC) process. Ensures all FMRC requirements are implemented by all EFMP-M staff. Coordinates the enrollment process and travel screening for all active duty family members’ and travel screening upon request to the families of DoD sponsored assignments going to an overseas base.
    • Provides clinical oversight to ensure every AF sponsor with one or more family members with special needs assigned to the installation has a SN file maintained at the Medical Treatment Facility (MTF). Ensures Q-coded sponsors assigned to the installation are contacted annually to determine if there are unmet needs and to request updates of information as needed.
    • Collaborates with the Integrated Delivery System (IDS) and other interagency forums that provide family medical information and referrals to base and civilian agencies. Ensures EFMP families are referred to the Airman and Family Readiness Center for additional community assistance as needed. Maintains a cooperative working relationship with the base Military Personnel Section (MPS), Commander Support Staff (CSS), and with Air Force Personnel Center (AFPC). Actively supports the integration of EFMP-M, Exceptional Family Member Program – Family Support (EFMP-FS) and Exceptional Family Member Program – Assignments (EFMP-A) services at the installation. Provides information, appropriate contact information, and coordinates referrals as appropriate.
    • Participates in EFMP quarterly case reviews to discuss assess newly identified families’, complex, or unmet clinical needs. Determine the appropriate resources necessary for the families.
    • Patient specific assessments and clinical plans of action will be located in AHLTA and the Special Needs record. Meeting minutes will not contain patient identifying information.
    • Coordinates and participates in designated facility meetings.
    • Participates in the clinic orientation and training of other staff of the Special Needs Program. May serve on committees, work groups, and task forces at the facility.
    • Follows applicable local MTF/AF/DoD/DHA instructions, policies and guidelines.
    • Completes medical record documentation and coding, and designated tracking logs and data reporting as required by local MTF/AF/DoD/DHA instructions, policies and guidance.
    • May be asked to perform additional duties as needed to meet MTF/Clinic requirements.

    Qualifications

    Minimum Qualifications:
    Education:  Minimum ASN.
    License/Certification and Training: Active unrestricted RN license from any state; BLS
    Experience:  Minimum 2 years relevant experience with BSN, or 3 years relevant experience with ASN.
    Security:  Must be able to pass a government background check.
     
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