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 The Nurse Technician/CNA2 assists with the nursing care of patients.  Provides comfort services and assistance with activities of daily living.  KEY RESPONSIBILITIES  Performed majority of the time -- please start with the responsibilities that are the most time consuming: ·       Assists with ambulation, lifting, and transferring patients from stretcher to bed, bed to wheelchair.·       Carries out orders and treatments as directed by the RN:o   Provides skin care to prevent skin breakdown.o   Collects specimens.o   Measures intake and output and percent of food consumed.o   Feeding or assisting with feeding as needed.o   Records vital signs, weight and ADL’s.o   Applies binders, ace bandages, and non-sterile compresses.o   Applies vaginal pads.o   Applies Aqua-K pads, ice bags, and collars.o   Provides appropriate bowel care, including enema administration and ostomy care.o   Provides post-mortem care.o   Discharges and transfers patients, assists in admissions.o   Provides catheter care and peri-care.o   Assists with sterile dressing changes and application of cast.o   Prepares patient for surgery.o   Performs range of motion and patient positioning techniques, as directed.o   Changes bed linens.o   Assists patient with personal hygiene, grooming, and dressing.·       Performs personal services such as operating TV, radio and recreational therapy projects.·       Assists with transportation of patients, supplies, etc. as requested.·       Performs BLS or other duties in an emergency situation as directed by licensed staff.·       After appropriate training and competency verification, may be assigned these additional tasks as defined by OAR 851-060-0930 and specifically designated by the director of nursing to the unit to which the CNA is assigned.o   Change simple, nonsterile dressings using aseptic technique when no wound debridement or packing is involved.o   Suction oral pharynx.o   Turn oxygen off and on at predetermined, established flow rate.o   Administer douches.o   Insert OTC suppositories for bowel care.o   Insert OTC vaginal suppositories and vaginal cream.o   Perform clean intermittent straight urinary catheterization for chronic conditions.o   Collect clean-catch urine specimens.o   Discontinue external urinary catheters.o   Set up traction equipment.o   Clean ostomy site and change dressings or appliances for established, non-acute ostomies.o   Add fluid to established tube feedings and change established tube feeding bags.o   Apply topical OTC creams and ointments for prophylactic treatment of skin conditions.o   Attach and detach established pulse oximeter.o   May perform bedside glucose testing when competency program completed and if desired by work area.o   Completes Hearing Screen on Newborns·       May be assigned to function as a “Nursing Technician” where the above duties would be assigned house wide rather than on a specific unit.·       Documents on graphic record, fluid balance record and nursing record when appropriate.·       Provides care appropriate to the age of patients served(neonate, infant, pediatric, adolescent, adult, and assists in care of adult and geriatric patients based on principles of growth and development and life stages, and according to their culture, ethnicity, and belief systems, as directed by the RN, LPN, Supervisor, or Director of Nursing).·       Reports changes and unexpected findings in patient condition to RN or LPN.·       Provides patients and family members with effective encouragement and support. Performed occasionally but critical to successful performance of the job: ·       Requests assistance or additional explanation when needed.·       Participates in staff development activities for the unit. Decision making and budget responsibilities (e.g. impact limited to the employee, entire unit or organization-wide): ·       Impact limited to the employee.  
Req #
2020-6388
Department
Women's and Children's Center- 64601
Job Type
On Call/ PRN
Budgeted Hours Per Pay Period
0
Shift
Variable
Overtime Code
5=12/40
Shift Duration
12 hours
 The RN for Women’s and Children’s Center ensures the delivery of quality nursing care to patients throughout the Women’s & Children’s Center, including those who require cardiac monitoring, in accordance with age related and individual needs, physician’s orders, hospital policy, standards of care and nursing practice.  Responsible for the assessment of patient needs, planning nursing care based on those needs, and ensuring that the plan of care is implemented, documented and evaluated according to the nursing process.  Demonstrates skill sets and competencies that are needed to accept a regular patient care assignment in a minimum of two areas within the Women’s & Children’s Center, including neonatal intensive care, pediatrics, labor and delivery, or post-partum. As needed by the hospital the expectations of additional areas of assignment will be considered. Supervises care given by supportive staff including techs and CNA’s.  KEY RESPONSIBILITIES Performed majority of the time -- please start with the responsibilities that are the most time consuming: ·       Administers and documents medications/IV’s fluids safely and accurately following hospital policy.·       Provide developmental care.·       Derives nursing goals from assessment data to identify expected patient outcomes.·       Collaborates with patient, partner and health care team to develop individualized goals and plan of care.·       Provide concise, pertinent report to health care team, physicians, and clinical managers. Performed occasionally but critical to successful performance of the job: ·       Participates in nursing in-services, conferences, designated meetings and continuing education programs. Decision making and budget responsibilities (e.g. impact limited to the employee, entire unit or organization-wide): ·       Impact limited to the employee.
Req #
2020-6387
Department
Women's and Children's Center- 64601
Job Type
Full Time (72+ hours per pay period)
Budgeted Hours Per Pay Period
72
Shift
Days
Overtime Code
5=12/40
Shift Duration
12 hours
 Delivers quality nursing care to patients requiring emergency treatment in accordance with age-related and individual needs, physician orders, hospital policy, and standard nursing practice.  Responsible for assessing the needs of patients, planning nursing care to meet those needs, and ensuring that the plan of care is carried out, evaluated and documented according to the principles defined in the nursing process.  KEY RESPONSIBILITIES Performed majority of the time -- please start with the responsibilities that are the most time consuming: ·       Performs and documents patient assessments and intervention in a timely, accurate, and concise manner, utilizing hospital and departmental charting formats.·       Administers medications via all routes safely and accurately according to procedure.·       Assists physician with emergency treatments, following departmental policies and procedures.·       Prioritizes patient care based on essential patient needs, and knowledge of emergency nursing practice while utilizing available unit resources to optimize department flow.·       Accurately completes consents for treatments and transfers.·       Performs triage for Emergency Department patients according to established policies and procedures.·       Communicates patient needs and changes in condition to physician, team members and/or family as necessary. Performed occasionally but critical to successful performance of the job: ·       Attends and participates in departmental staff meetings, in-services.·       Demonstrates self-directed learning and participation in continuing education. Decision making and budget responsibilities (e.g. impact limited to the employee, entire unit or organization-wide): ·       Impact limited to the employee.
Req #
2020-6386
Department
Emergency Room - 67801
Job Type
Full Time (72+ hours per pay period)
Budgeted Hours Per Pay Period
72
Shift
Variable
Overtime Code
5=12/40
Shift Duration
12 hours
The primary duties of the Rehabilitation Aide include a variety of clinical and clerical support functions for Rehabilitation Services departments and associated clinics. The Rehabilitation Aide may perform only specific and delegated treatment related tasks as directed by the supervising therapist as allowed by the state of Oregon Physical Therapist practice act. Rehabilitation Aides work under the general supervision of a Physical, Occupational or Speech Therapist and are responsible for the preparation of work areas for patients receiving physical, occupational or speech therapy. Rehabilitation Aides also support clinic operations by answering telephones, filing and retrieving information, scheduling patients, assisting staff and guests as required, all while maintaining excellent customer service. Other duties include cleaning, organizing, ordering and stocking clinical areas. 
Req #
2020-6384
Department
Physical Therapy-THP-PT/Hand- 73401
Job Type
On Call/ PRN
Budgeted Hours Per Pay Period
0
Shift
Variable
Overtime Code
3=40
Shift Duration
Variable
 Delivers quality nursing care to patients requiring emergency treatment in accordance with age-related and individual needs, physician orders, hospital policy, and standard nursing practice.  Responsible for assessing the needs of patients, planning nursing care to meet those needs, and ensuring that the plan of care is carried out, evaluated and documented according to the principles defined in the nursing process.  KEY RESPONSIBILITIES Performed majority of the time -- please start with the responsibilities that are the most time consuming: ·       Performs and documents patient assessments and intervention in a timely, accurate, and concise manner, utilizing hospital and departmental charting formats.·       Administers medications via all routes safely and accurately according to procedure.·       Assists physician with emergency treatments, following departmental policies and procedures.·       Prioritizes patient care based on essential patient needs, and knowledge of emergency nursing practice while utilizing available unit resources to optimize department flow.·       Accurately completes consents for treatments and transfers.·       Performs triage for Emergency Department patients according to established policies and procedures.·       Communicates patient needs and changes in condition to physician, team members and/or family as necessary. Performed occasionally but critical to successful performance of the job: ·       Attends and participates in departmental staff meetings, in-services.·       Demonstrates self-directed learning and participation in continuing education. Decision making and budget responsibilities (e.g. impact limited to the employee, entire unit or organization-wide): ·       Impact limited to the employee.
Req #
2020-6381
Department
Emergency Room - 67801
Job Type
Full Time (72+ hours per pay period)
Budgeted Hours Per Pay Period
72
Shift
Nights
Overtime Code
5=12/40
Shift Duration
12 hours
Functions as the Nurse Leader for Emergency Department nursing unit. Provides leadership and direction in accordance with the organizational philosophy and objectives.  Assumes shift responsibility and accountability for all patient care activities, unit operation, and staff function.  Ensures continuity of care on the unit by providing direct care as well as supervising the care given by nurses and supportive staff.  Fosters highly skilled professional practice and develops high functioning interdisciplinary teams. Participates in committees/teams as assigned.  Provides timely, effective feedback to staff and actively contributes to the performance evaluation process in conjunction with the nurse manager or director. Functions in direct patient care 80% of time, education functions, unit projects as assigned, and relief administrative supervisor.
Req #
2020-6380
Department
Emergency Room - 67801
Job Type
Full Time (72+ hours per pay period)
Budgeted Hours Per Pay Period
72
Shift
Nights
Overtime Code
5=12/40
Shift Duration
12 hours
 Delivers quality nursing care to patients requiring emergency treatment in accordance with age-related and individual needs, physician orders, hospital policy, and standard nursing practice.  Responsible for assessing the needs of patients, planning nursing care to meet those needs, and ensuring that the plan of care is carried out, evaluated and documented according to the principles defined in the nursing process.  KEY RESPONSIBILITIES Performed majority of the time -- please start with the responsibilities that are the most time consuming: ·       Performs and documents patient assessments and intervention in a timely, accurate, and concise manner, utilizing hospital and departmental charting formats.·       Administers medications via all routes safely and accurately according to procedure.·       Assists physician with emergency treatments, following departmental policies and procedures.·       Prioritizes patient care based on essential patient needs, and knowledge of emergency nursing practice while utilizing available unit resources to optimize department flow.·       Accurately completes consents for treatments and transfers.·       Performs triage for Emergency Department patients according to established policies and procedures.·       Communicates patient needs and changes in condition to physician, team members and/or family as necessary. Performed occasionally but critical to successful performance of the job: ·       Attends and participates in departmental staff meetings, in-services.·       Demonstrates self-directed learning and participation in continuing education. Decision making and budget responsibilities (e.g. impact limited to the employee, entire unit or organization-wide): ·       Impact limited to the employee.
Req #
2020-6378
Department
Emergency Room - 67801
Job Type
Full Time (72+ hours per pay period)
Budgeted Hours Per Pay Period
72
Shift
Days
Overtime Code
5=12/40
Shift Duration
12 hours
 The Registered Nurse for PCU ensures the delivery of quality nursing care for acutely ill patients in accordance with age-related and individual needs, physician’s orders, hospital policy, standards of care and nursing practice.  Responsible for assessing the needs of patients, planning nursing care to meet those needs, and ensuring that the plan of care is carried out and documented according to the principles defined in the nursing process.  Participates in the development of progressive care unit goals.  KEY RESPONSIBILITIES  Performed majority of the time -- please start with the responsibilities that are the most time consuming: ·       Participates in collaboration with the interdisciplinary team using effective communication and conflict management skills.·       Uses a systematic process of assessment, planning, intervention and evaluation in delivery of care by collaborating with the patient, family and interdisciplinary team through care plans.·       Adapts care to accommodate unexpected changes in patient status. Communicates patient needs and changes in condition to physician, team members and/or family as necessary. ·       Monitors, manages, and troubleshoots invasive and non-invasive devices used in the care of patients.·       Analyzes and interprets patient diagnostic values and procedural results, and implements interventions appropriately based on those results with consideration of patient baseline and reportable findings.·       Identifies and responds to emergency situations. ·       Provides compassionate care for patients during challenging periods or transitions in life or lifecycles with respect and dignity.·       Adapts the healthcare environment, monitors and intervenes for patients at increased risk for injury or harm to self or others.·       Evaluates and treats patient discomfort, anxiety, and acute, chronic, and/or breakthrough pain through pain reduction management methods.·       Prevents and controls the transmission and spread of infection.·       Performs and documents patient assessments and intervention in a timely, accurate, and concise manner. ·       Upholds medication safety principles including the review of patient allergies and ·       Tailors education to include preferred language, learning style, developmental and cognitive ability to best inform the patient/family of information, training, guidance and instruction. Performed occasionally but critical to successful performance of the job: ·       Required to attend and/or read minutes of all department staff meetings.·       Participates in continuing education programs. Decision making and budget responsibilities (e.g. impact limited to the employee, entire unit or organization-wide): ·       Impact limited to the employee and the patient.·       Uses cost-effective measures in the delivery of patient care.
Req #
2020-6377
Department
PCU- 63001
Job Type
Full Time (72+ hours per pay period)
Budgeted Hours Per Pay Period
72
Shift
Nights
Overtime Code
5=12/40
Shift Duration
12 hours
The Physical Therapist functions as a member of the patient care team by providing physical therapy services and is accountable for assessment, treatment, and education of patients with the appropriate documentation of such care.  The physical therapist is also responsible for supervising the patient care activities of their assistant, aide, students and to assist with other educational and research activities conducted by the department or hospital.
Req #
2020-6375
Department
Physical Therapy-TCH- 73701
Job Type
Part Time (benefits eligible)
Budgeted Hours Per Pay Period
48
Shift
Days
Overtime Code
3=40
Shift Duration
8 hours
The Speech Pathologist functions as a member of the patient care team by providing speech therapy services and is accountable for assessment, treatment, and education of patients and the appropriate documentation of such care. The speech pathologist is also responsible for supervising the patient care activities of their assistant, aide, student, clinical fellow, and to assist with other educational and research activities conducted by the department or the hospital. The areas of service may include, but are not limited to acute care, geriatric psychiatry, outpatient, diagnostic imaging and home health services as needed.
Req #
2020-6374
Department
Speech Pathology- 74501
Job Type
Part Time (benefits eligible)
Budgeted Hours Per Pay Period
48
Shift
Days
Overtime Code
3=40
Shift Duration
Variable
The Nurse Practitioner will perform medical services to the Urgent Care clinic patients in accordance with individual needs and the standards of care as represented by the centers patient care policies.  Services will be reviewed and approved by the Medical Director through periodic chart review.
Req #
2020-6372
Department
Tuality Urgent Care (Hillsboro)- 68001
Job Type
Full Time (80 hours per pay period)
Budgeted Hours Per Pay Period
80
Shift
Variable
Overtime Code
3=40
Shift Duration
12 hours
Responsible for ensuring the delivery of quality care to patients in accordance with individual needs, physician orders and standards of care, as represented through patient care policies. Must be able and willing to handle all front and back tasks within the clinic according to established procedures and protocols, as to provide a seamless experience for the patient. Duties could include (but are not limited to): greeting and checking in patients, scheduling appointments, rooming patients, assisting doctors, triaging acute patient concerns, working within the EMR system, running lab controls, and departing patients.
Req #
2020-6368
Department
Women's Health Clinic - 96803
Job Type
Full Time (80 hours per pay period)
Budgeted Hours Per Pay Period
80
Shift
Days
Overtime Code
3=40
Shift Duration
8 hours
The Patient Access Registrar/Scheduler is the initial point of contact for patients to OHSU Tuality Healthcare. This position is the face and voice of the ambulatory clinics welcoming patients into the system by providing direction and assisting them through the ambulatory registration/scheduling processes. Responsible for laying the groundwork for the patient’s care by making sure all referral, scheduling, registration, medical review, and visit prep processes are completed and in place in order to facilitate the patient being properly prepared before presenting for services. This position ensures customer satisfaction and offers solutions to patient concerns. Demonstrates appropriate knowledge and skills necessary to communicate with diverse populations. 
Req #
2020-6366
Department
Centralized Registration/Scheduling- 91100
Job Type
On Call/ PRN
Budgeted Hours Per Pay Period
0
Shift
Days
Overtime Code
3=40
Shift Duration
8 hours
Provides prompt and courteous attention to all customers requesting protected health information for patient care needs. Answers and responds to phone requests, including transferring calls as appropriate and responding to voicemail requests.  Releases patient specific medical information to authorized users and requests patient specific medical information from other sources, including handling sensitive records (i.e., drug and alcohol, HIV, and mental health). Serves as a resource person to internal customers regarding medical/legal matters. KEY RESPONSIBILITES- Protects the privacy and security of protected health information to ensure that confidentiality is maintained.- Preps, scans, imports and indexes documents into electronic health record system in a timely and accurate manner.- Audits discharged charts/documents to ensure the accuracy of the record, verifying the proper identification.- Evaluates content of records to ascertain compliance standards have been met including verification of patient identifiers on scanned documents are accurate.- Assesses and checks scanned images against accuracy and quality requirements.- Maintains close communication with co-workers to ensure workflow is consistent and done in a timely manner.- Performs qualitative and quantitative analysis of all charts, applying legal, regulatory and accreditation requirements to ensure completeness of records.
Req #
2020-6365
Department
Medical Records-76800
Job Type
Full Time (80 hours per pay period)
Budgeted Hours Per Pay Period
80
Shift
Days
Overtime Code
3=40
Shift Duration
8 hours
The Medical Receptionist is the first point of contact for new patients/families, the familiar voice for current patients/families and an appointment coordinator. The work environment is a combination of multi-line telephone use, insurance hub, receptionist and scheduling coordination.  This position involves assisting with the check-in and checkout processes. Gathers and records required information about patients and routes it appropriately; provides specific customer services which include, confirming health insurance coverage and individuals obligations, obtaining necessary authorizations for care, scheduling appointments, and assisting patients in an office or clinic setting.This position requires out of the box thinking, strong ability to multi-task and above all else, exceptional customer service skills. Responsible for all front desk tasks in the office including but not limited to the following: Greets and checks patients in and out. Operates multi line telephone system and handles each call according to clinic protocols. Enters information into computer. Schedules new and established patient appointments on computerized scheduling system. Takes accurate and detailed messages and routes them appropriately within the clinic.  KEY RESPONSIBILITIES  Performed majority of the time -- please start with the responsibilities that are the most time consuming: ·       Checks in patients to include gathering patient information, entering into computer, collecting co-payments, creating new charts and handles insurance information appropriately.·       Checks out patients to include addressing any additional patient concerns or needs.·       Schedules patient correctly through EMR and within provider guidelines.·       Answers telephone and triages calls to determine urgency; transfers and/or leaves messages for MA/RN staff (including voice mail) and follows-up on telephone inquiries; directs callers to other providers, staff or departments when appropriate.  Triages and documents accurately telephone calls from patients including requests for medication refills, complaints, general information inquiries, and urgent health care concerns. Delivers such information or requests promptly to the appropriate providers or their designees.       ·       Monitors missed appointments and handles per protocol.·       Obtains prior medical records and studies if appropriate·       Appropriately routes faxes, prescription refills, test result requests and insurance inquires.·       Updates financial record for customers, entering all information from patients directly into computer in a concise and professional manner regarding patient concerns, questions and agreements regarding their bill statements, payments and insurance information.·       Collects, sorts and distributes mail daily.·       Responds to correspondence as appropriate, by telephone and/or in writing.·       Maintains organized work area.·       Closes clinic by balancing cash drawer, completing deposit and pulling next day’s charts.·       Completes insurance referrals by referring patient to proper specialist, preparing paperwork, obtaining authorization from insurance company and handling denials and problems.·       Sends copies of chart notes to primary care physicians and patient accounting as needed. Performed occasionally but critical to successful performance of the job: ·       Attends monthly full staff meeting.·       Communicates supply needs in a timely manner to the ordering person.·       Attends insurance workshops and reads insurance updates.·       Completes all mandatory education and licensure requirements to meet state, professional and regulatory requirements. Decision making and budget responsibilities (e.g. impact limited to the employee, entire unit or organization-wide): ·       Impact limited to the employee.·       No budget responsibility. Assigned direct reports (not limited to the ones listed). If not applicable, please enter N/A: ·       N/A
Req #
2020-6363
Department
Cardiology- 96136
Job Type
Full Time (80 hours per pay period)
Budgeted Hours Per Pay Period
80
Shift
Days
Overtime Code
3=40
Shift Duration
8 hours
The Medication Clinic Support Technician will provide clerical and office support that requires a positive attitude, administrative skills and knowledge of anticoagulation outpatient clinic operations. Responsibilities include performing patient appointment scheduling for the anticoagulation clinic, greeting and registering patients, triaging phone calls, performing clerical duties, and assisting with ACC workflow. Key responsibilities:·        Triages phone calls and demonstrates ability to communicate effectively and politely with healthcare providers and patients.·        Review Units of Service report to ensure accurate billing for all Anticoagulation Clinic patients.·        Maintain adequate supply of clinic materials and brochures for new patient folders.  This includes taking inventories of office supplies, placing orders on a weekly basis, and receiving and restocking supplies.·        Register/Check-in patients and notify pharmacist they have arrived.·        Prepares letters to be mailed to patients who have been non-compliant and are being removed from service or warned of removal.·        Assists in opening and closing of clinic.·        Schedules transportation and interpreters for patients as needed.·        Assist with correspondence reports, forms, and any monthly departmental workload statistics. Assist in preparation of monthly statistics.·        Collects essential clinical data from patient charts/computer database.·        Provide accurate and timely information.  Organizes and routes clinical information.·        Communicates with respect and compassion to patients and their families.·        May take messages and provide personal assistance to patients in a timely manner as needed.·        Serves as receptionist for patient appointments or other meetings for Anticoagulation Pharmacists.Performed occasionally but critical to successful performance of the job:·        Acquire prior authorization for expensive medications such as Hepatitis C antivirals
Req #
2020-6362
Department
Pharmacy/ Anticoagulation Clinic- 73201
Job Type
Part Time (benefits eligible)
Budgeted Hours Per Pay Period
64
Shift
Days
Overtime Code
3=40
Shift Duration
8 hours
The Speech Pathologist functions as a member of the patient care team by providing speech therapy services and is accountable for assessment, treatment, and education of patients and the appropriate documentation of such care. The speech pathologist is also responsible for supervising the patient care activities of their assistant, aide, student, clinical fellow, and to assist with other educational and research activities conducted by the department or the hospital. The areas of service may include, but are not limited to acute care, geriatric psychiatry, outpatient, diagnostic imaging and home health services as needed.
Req #
2020-6361
Department
Speech Pathology- 74501
Job Type
Per Diem
Budgeted Hours Per Pay Period
0
Shift
Days
Overtime Code
3=40
Shift Duration
8 hours
 The Health Plan Coordinator is responsible for maintaining patient referral and authorization requirement needs through guidelines established by the patient’s individual insurance plans.The work environment is a combination of multi-line telephone use, insurance hub, receptionist and scheduling coordination. It could involve assisting with the check-in and checkout processes. Gathers and records required information about referrals and authorizations for services, and routes it appropriately; provides specific customer services which include, confirming health insurance coverage and individuals obligations, obtaining necessary authorizations for care, scheduling appointments or procedures, and assisting patients in an office or clinic setting.Requires out of the box thinking, strong ability to multi-task and above all else, exceptional customer service skills.   KEY RESPONSIBILITIES  Performed majority of the time -- please start with the responsibilities that are the most time consuming: ·       Processes referrals and authorizations as indicated by the various insurance plans, for consultations, studies and procedures.·       Obtains authorization for medications with insurance companies as needed, both prescription and infusion medications.·       If applicable, coordinates the sample medication program within the clinic which includes:  receiving medication, updating and reconciling the medication log, providing appropriate drug documentation to providers (MD's should be providing this with med to patient), and ensure appropriate inventory levels for samples.  Position will also oversee the medication storage within the clinic which includes ensuring medications are stored in a secured fashion and not accessible to anyone not authorized to handle medications, oversee temperature settings for medication fridge, and will work with pharmacy to conduct monthly medication management surveys.·       Works with patients to find co pay and drug assistance.·       Prepares and routes medical information to third parties and referral physicians with proper authorization and notation.·       Maintains appropriate notations and copies of documents in patient charts.·       Responds to requests for status of referrals. ·       Verifies insurance eligibility for physician visits.·       Answers and follows-up on telephone inquiries; directs callers to other providers, staff or departments when appropriate. Triages and documents accurately telephone calls from patients including requests for medication refills, complaints, general information inquiries, and urgent health care concerns. Delivers such information or requests promptly to the appropriate providers or their designees.·       Obtains prior medical records and studies as appropriate·       Updates demographic records for patients, entering all information from patients directly into computer in a concise and professional manner.·       Updates financial record for customers, entering all information from patients directly into computer in a concise and professional manner regarding patient concerns, questions and agreements regarding their bill statements, payments and insurance information.·       Responds to correspondence as appropriate, by phone or in writing.·       Collects, sorts and distributes mail daily.·       Responds to correspondence as appropriate, by telephone and/or in writing.·       Maintains an organized work area. Performed occasionally but critical to successful performance of the job: ·       Checks in patients to include gathering patient information, entering into computer, collecting co-payments, creating new charts and handles insurance information appropriately.·       Checks out patients to include addressing any additional patient concerns or needs.·       Schedules patient correctly through EMR and within provider guidelines.·       Attends monthly full staff meeting.·       Communicates supply needs in a timely manner to the ordering person.·       Attends insurance workshops and reads insurance updates.·       Completes all mandatory education and licensure requirements to meet state, professional and regulatory requirements. Decision making and budget responsibilities (e.g. impact limited to the employee, entire unit or organization-wide): ·       Impact limited to the employee.·       No budget responsibility. Assigned direct reports (not limited to the ones listed). If not applicable, please enter N/A: ·       N/A
Req #
2020-6360
Department
Women's Health Clinic - 96803
Job Type
Full Time (80 hours per pay period)
Budgeted Hours Per Pay Period
80
Shift
Days
Overtime Code
3=40
Shift Duration
8 hours
The Echocardiography Technologist works collaboratively with health care providers to provide direct and indirect care to patients undergoing procedures throughout the hospital.  Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, performance of transthoracic echocardiograms, stress echocardiograms, and transesophageal echocardiograms. Evening and weekend call is mandatory.KEY RESPONSIBILITIES  Performed majority of the time -- please start with the responsibilities that are the most time consuming: ·      Performs transthoracic echocardiograms, stress echocardiograms, and transesophageal echocardiograms:o  Assesses and prepares patients for procedureso  Conducts testing under the indirect supervision of a cardiologisto  Positions patient to maximize effectiveness of image and  minimize patient discomforto    Adjusts equipment controls and modifies images during the  exam to demonstrate anatomy, physiology, hemodynamics, and/or pathology accuratelyo    Determines need for additional views based on patient variables or encountered pathologyo  Records images for review by cardiologisto  Provides measurements, estimates, angles, and guidance as needed during certain procedures including, but not limited to, pericardiocentisis, transesophageal echocardiogram, and alcohol septal ablationo  Selects appropriate scan based on functional and/or anatomical pathologyo  Utilizes ultrasound and contrast agents to view cardiac structures and wall motion/perfusiono  Monitors patients and their responseo  Reports pertinent findings to cardiologisto  Arranges images of exam findings for patient’s medical recordo  Documents according to established policies and procedures·      Demonstrates ongoing proficiency in clinical skills/knowledge specific to specialty area ·      Demonstrates practice consistent with current research/standards/policies/protocols/procedures·      Protects patient privacy/maintains confidentiality·      Inserts and manages intravenous lines·      Recognizes and responds to adverse reactions, clinical problems, or emergent situations·      Provides teaching to patient and family as necessary·      Performs routine cleaning and reports mechanical failure of equipment ·      Ensures emergency equipment is maintained and working properly·      Follows research protocols·      Performs patient care in a timely manner·      Productively utilizes unassigned time·      Uses proper technique for intravenous line insertion and administers intravenous ultrasound enhancing agent according to facility protocol and as outlined in the Scope of Practice and Clinical Standards for the Diagnostic Medical Sonographer (Standard 1.3.4).  Performed occasionally but critical to successful performance of the job: ·      Performs general office duties: maintains stock supplies, assists administrators in determining quantities for purchase, records procedure codes for billing purposes, and scheduling patients.·      Ensures proper care in the use and maintenance of equipment and supplies; promotes continuous improvement of workplace safety and environmental practices.·      Troubleshoot equipment and document errors or equipment malfunctions; escalate issues and concerns to engineer, supervisor, and/or cardiologist.·      Participates in the assessment and development of department and hospital related projectso  Participates in orientation of new employeeso  Serves as a resource for staff members, students, residentso  Serves on hospital and department committees as neededo  Develops and revises departmental policies, protocols, procedures, and forms as needed·      Plans, prepares, and presents training for departmental employees·      Assists with other duties as assigned·      Rotating holiday and weekend call schedule and rotating Saturday shifts. ·      Travel to offsite clinics may be necessary. Decision making and budget responsibilities (e.g. impact limited to the employee, entire unit or organization-wide): ·      Decision making has impact on the employee and patient’s wellbeing.·      No budget responsibilities but demonstrates fiscally responsible resource utilization and promotes cost containment. Assigned direct reports (not limited to the ones listed). If not applicable, please enter N/A: ·      N/A
Req #
2020-6358
Job Type
Per Diem
Budgeted Hours Per Pay Period
0
Shift
Variable
Overtime Code
5=12/40
Shift Duration
9 hours
 Nurse Technician assists with the nursing care of patients.  Provides comfort services and assistance with activities of daily living.  KEY RESPONSIBILITIES  Performed majority of the time -- please start with the responsibilities that are the most time consuming: ·       Provides care appropriate to the age of patients served (neonate, infant, pediatric, adolescent, adult, and assists in care of adult and geriatric patients based on principles of growth and development and life stages, and according to their culture, ethnicity, and belief systems, as directed by the RN, LPN, Supervisor, or Director of Nursing).·       Caring for adolescent, adult and geriatric patients in a knowledgeable and consistent manner.·       Documents in electronic health record and intake / output record when appropriate.·       Reports changes and unexpected findings in patient condition to RN.·       Motivates and assists patients to eat and take fluids.·       Assists with ambulation, lifting, and transferring patients from stretcher to bed, bed to wheelchair.·       Provides patients and family members with effective encouragement and support.·       Assists, supports and acknowledges other team members.·       Utilizes appropriate problem solving methods to deal with conflict.·       Utilizes current CDC Guidelines for infection control.·       Carries out orders and treatments as directed by the RN or LPN:o   Provides skin care to prevent skin breakdown.o   Collects specimenso   Measures intake and output and percent of food consumed.o   Records vital signs, weight and ADL’s.o   Applies binders, ace bandages, and non-sterile compresses.o   Applies vaginal pads.o   Applies Aqua-K pads, ice bags, and collars.o   Provides appropriate bowel care, including ostomy care.o   Provides post-mortem care.o   Discharges and transfers patients, assists in admissions.o   Provides catheter care and peri-care.o   Assists with sterile dressing changes and application of cast.o   Prepares patient for surgery.o   Performs range of motion and patient positioning techniques, as directed.o   Changes bed linens.o   Assists patient with personal hygiene, grooming, and dressing.o   Performs personal services such as operating TV, radio and recreational therapy projects.o   Assists with transportation of patients, supplies, etc. as requested.o   Performs BLS or other duties in an emergency situation as directed by licensed staff.·       After appropriate training and competency verification, may be assigned these additional tasks as defined by OAR 851-060-0930 and specifically designated by the director of nursing to the unit to which the CNA is assigned.o   May perform bedside glucose testing when competency program completed and if desired by work area.o   Change simple, nonsterile dressings using aseptic technique when no wound debridement or packing is involved.o   Suction oral pharynx.o   Turn oxygen off and on at predetermined, established flow rate.o   Attach and detach established pulse oximeter.o   Discontinue peripheral IV catheters.o   Administer douches.o   Perform clean intermittent straight urinary catheterization for chronic conditions.o   Collect clean-catch urine specimens.o   Discontinue external urinary catheters.o   Set up traction equipment.o   Clean ostomy site and change dressings or appliances for established, non-acute ostomies.o   Add fluid to established tube feedings and change established tube feeding bags.o   Apply topical OTC creams and ointments for prophylactic treatment of skin conditions.o   Insert OTC suppositories for bowel care.o   Insert OTC vaginal suppositories and vaginal cream. Performed occasionally but critical to successful performance of the job: ·       May be assigned to function as a “Nursing Technician” where the above duties would be assigned house wide rather than on a specific unit.·       Participates in in-services, conferences, designated meetings and continuing education programs. Decision making and budget responsibilities (e.g. impact limited to the employee, entire unit or organization-wide): ·       Impacted limited to the employee.
Req #
2020-6355
Department
Med/Surg Nursing- 62201
Job Type
Per Diem
Budgeted Hours Per Pay Period
0
Shift
Variable
Overtime Code
5=12/40
Shift Duration
12 hours