$ 10,000: RNs, hired full-time with a 2 year commitment
Provides competent clinical nursing care consistent with professional standards. Reporting and accountable to the Nurse Manager/Director, the Registered Nurse is responsible for coordinating and delivering patient care utilizing the nursing process in a hospital setting. Demonstrates proper performance of skills reflected and validated by orientation/skills checklist.
Must be graduated from an accredited school of nursing
Must be licensed to practice as a Registered Nurse in the state of North Carolina or one of the compact states.
No specific clinical experience required, except in some specialty areas.
Current BLS certification required
This position is responsible for providing leadership to ensure validity of measurement, accuracy of data, patient safety and regulatory compliance with quality improvement, reporting, and regulatory initiatives. A clinical quality improvement specialist uses a combination of nursing, quality, and informatics knowledge to manage data, process, and information systems. In this role, the objectives would include improving clinical care as well as clinical documentation and reporting for treatment, prevention, and drug administration regimens, record keeping practices, workflow procedures, medical decision-making practices, and pay-for-performance programs.
CPHQ certification preferred.
Minimum 3 years clinical experience in acute care hospital services required and progressive leadership experience preferred.
Expertise in use of quality improvement methods, tools, and project management required. Knowledge of accreditation and regulatory standards and their use to drive quality improvement required. Skilled in use of Windows based software, including Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, spreadsheets, and medical record review required. Epic and Midas skills preferred. Excellent verbal, written, and presentation skills.
Description: The Nursing Clinical Manager functions as administrative supervisor of complex work areas by coordinating and directing the work of area staff. In order to manage multiple patients and staff teams, managers demonstrate the ability to multitask and delegate to achieve desired end results for the healthcare consumer through; quality initiatives, patient safety reporting, and performance improvement. As managers stay in communication with various team members in the healthcare setting, managers should also demonstrate good communication skills to identify issues and solicit cooperation for resolution. Clinical managers are responsible for the daily fiscal accountability by appropriate utilization of all resources. Minimum Qualifications: Must be graduated from an accredited school of nursing, Bachelor's degree preferred. Must be licensed to practice as a Registered Nurse in the state of North Carolina or one of the compact states. 3-5 years experience in a speciality area, recent management experience preferred. Current BCLS certification and current national certification in area of speciality.