1) Assesses, plans, implements and evaluates care for individual patients.
2) Initiates and documents appropriate interventions; evaluates and records patient/family response within practice protocol; prescribes drug therapies per protocol/physician consultation.
3) Assists physicians and performs procedures as needed; conducts patient assessments and provides physician with information prior to seeing the patient.
4) Assesses patient/family needs and provides education. Promotes wellness and recommends community resources to meet patient and family needs. Promotes/provides staff education. Incorporates evidence-based research into clinical practice.
5) Knowledgeable of reimbursement procedures and documentation requirements. Completes patient charge tickets.
6) Provides case management for oncology clients and their families.
7) Serves as a resource person for the nursing staff by providing information being studied in clinical trials.
8) May supervise the activities of clinical nursing and support staff.
1) Accurately interprets diagnostic tests.
2) Analyzes multiple sources of data in making clinical judgments and in determining the effectiveness of a plan of care.
3) Develops problem lists with associated differential diagnosis.
4) Identifies educational needs of the patient and family and assists with teaching.
5) Incorporates assessment findings into a plan to direct patient care.
1) Nurse Practitioner Masters of Science in Nursing (MSN) from an accredited program for nursing education and successful completion of a Nurse Practitioner program. RN state license and current registration with the State Board of Nursing in practicing state. Current state licensure as Nurse Practitioner. ACON. Â 2) Physician Assistant: Successful completion of an accredited Physician Assistant program. This position is entry level and requires 0-3 yearsâ™ experience as a practicing Physician Assistant. Current state license as a Physician Assistant in practicing state.
This position is entry level and requires minimum 0-3 years post graduate experience with experience in Oncology.
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