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Vanguard Mobile Physicians
1840 East University Drive, Mesa, AZ, United States
Engages in and helps coordinate all aspects of patient care, including scheduling, insurance verification, reception, patient medical records and transcription. Heavy emphasis on provider schedules and keeping schedules full, so scheduling experience is essential. Obtain appropriate referrals and prior authorizations by third-party payers for services provided and billed. Oversees and coordinates the preparation and disposition of timely and accurate transcription and filing of medical treatment documentation. Helps enter new patients and follows up on DME requests for patients. Requires extensive time on the phone, and ability to communicate and relate to a geriatric patient population. Ensures compliance with standard and HIPAA policies relating to patient registration, billing, medical records, documentation, and transcription issues.Performs miscellaneous job-related duties as assigned.This is a mobile medical practice, MA's perform all duties by phone, fax or email. Must have ability to negotiate resolution between several parties such as caregivers, POA's, patients and families. Must be positive, upbeat, and willing to learn all aspects of this busy practice. Good typing and computer skills as well as proper phone etiquette and grammar.
High school or equivalent
Medical Assistant: 2 years
Required license or certification:
Through a close working relationship with the client/family and other service providers,
The caregiver is involved in providing the services necessary for the comfort, recovery, or rehabilitation of the client. She/he functions under the direction, instruction and supervision of the Nurse and/or Nurse Supervisor.
Performs only those personal care activities contained in a written assignment which
may include: Helping the patient to maintain good personal hygiene.
Assisting in maintaining a safe and healthy environment.
Planning and preparing nutritious meals. Grocery shopping when instructed to do so
by the nurse. Assisting in measuring and preparing special diets as ordered by the
physician, and taught and supervised by the nurse for a specific patient.
Assisting the patient in ambulation. Assisting with the use of a walker or wheelchair
as taught and supervised by the nurse for a specific patient.
Perform household services that are essential to the client’s care at home.
Assistance in household tasks necessary to provide a clean environment in which
the client lives to maintain his/her social and psychological well-being.
Encouraging the patient to become as independent as possible according to the
interdisciplinary care plan.
Attempting to promote patient’s mental alertness through involvement in activities of
Laundry Assistance: Washing, drying and ironing clothes and linens. Ironing should
be limited to tasks required to make clothes presentable.
Changing and laundering client’s bed linens as needed.
Gives simple emotional and psychological support to the patient and other members
of the household.
Reports any change in the patient’s mental or physical condition or home situation
to the Nurse and members of the interdisciplinary team.
Teaches basic care to the primary caregiver.
Practices infection control measures per OSHA standards.
Reads and records temperature, pulse and respiration.
Keeps accurate records of patient’s health care activities on interdisciplinary charts.
Evaluates patient/family needs and assists in the preparation and execution of the
interdisciplinary plan of care.
Completes a minimum of 12 hours of in-services per year.
THE CAREGIVER MAY NOT:
Change sterile dressings.
Irrigate body cavities (such as an enema).
Irrigate a colostomy or wound.
Perform a gastric lavage or gavage.
Catheterize a patient.
Administer medications except those that are self-administered.
Apply heat by any method.
Care for a tracheotomy tube.
Suction a patient.
Do any personal health service which has not been included in the patient care plan
by the Nurse.
High School graduate or equivalent preferred.
Proof of state certification, if applicable.
One year direct patient care experience in an institutional setting.
Ability to travel per job requirements.
Telephone available in home.
Reports directly to the Caregiver Manager and/or Nurse.
Receives clinical direction from the patient’s primary nurse.
The social worker is that member of the interdisciplinary team whose primary function is to provide diagnostic evaluations of the psychosocial problems of the patient/family unit, define social service goals for alleviating these problems, and help provide both the counseling and casework needed to meet these goals.
Participates in the preparation, evaluation and execution of the interdisciplinary plan of care to assure that the highest quality of social services is given to patients/families and that the aims of continuity and comprehensiveness of care are accomplished.
2 Provides psychosocial assessments and counseling to patients/families. 3. Maintains appropriate documentation in the hospice patient chart. 4. Attends weekly team meeting for patient chart review. 5. Participates in training and in-service education. 6. Assists in developing and coordinating relations between the Hospice and outside medical/health care services. 7. May provide supervision to other psychosocial members of the interdisciplinary team at the direction of the team manager. 8. Facilitates Bereavement group activities
Ability to travel per job requirements. 2. Ability to cope with the stress of repeated loss as well as give support to the rest of the team. 3. Thorough knowledge of community resources or the desire/ability to obtain this knowledge. 4. Knowledge edge of the dying process and bereavement. 5. Knowledge and basic understanding of the psychosocial process operative in terminally ill patients and their families. 6. Capacity to relate and work well with others as a member of an interdisciplinary team; this must include the ability to give and accept objective criticism constructively. 7. Assertiveness with ability to use good listening and communication skills: QUALIFICATIONS 1. Social workers must have an MSW degree in social work from a school of social work accredited by the Council on Social Work Education with at least one year of social work experience in healthcare 2. Or, a licensed baccalaureate social worker (with one year experience in healthcare) and is supervised by an MSW 3. Experience as a social worker with the terminally ill and their families, preferred. 4. If therapeutic counseling (psychotherapy) is required of a social worker, the social worker must be a licensed clinical social worker (LCMSW) by the State of Arizona. 5. Licensure and/or Certification as required by the state.