The nationally recognized Division of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine has anexciting opportunity for a Clinical Nurse to provide clinical support for physicians,coordinate clinical programs in the Division and in multi‐disciplinary cooperation withthe Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, and to serve as a liaison for the Division with departmental and institutional leadership
Specific Duties & Responsibilities:
Assist JH PACT (including physicians in both the Division of Pulmonary andCritical Care and the Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation)faculty with Epic InBasket management (results, advice requests, prescriptionrefills)
Triage clinical or problem patient calls at the request of physicians or MOC
Assist physicians in contacting patients with test results, as directed
Pend orders for prescriptions to be signed by physicians
Contact patients to get clarification on medication dosing or clinical problem and discuss recommendations with physicians
Assist with prior authorization requests
Enter or pend orders for infusion testing
Attend outpatient telemedicine clinics with PCCM and PM&R faculty members (at the discretion of the Clinical Directors) to assist with prescription refills, laboratory testing, patient education, and coordination of care.
Clinical Program Coordination
JH PACT Program
Maintain logs of patient screening, treatments and visits
Coordinate and implement multidisciplinary activities for the
Evaluation and treatment of patients following COVID‐19 infection
Triage patients referred to the JH PACT program
Data entry, management and calculations using computerized
Database, word processing and spreadsheet software; review datainput for accuracy and completeness
Have initiative in anticipating and responding to program needs basedon awareness of routine and repeated job functions
Actively communicate and update supervising coordinators,collaborators, administrators, clinicians and/or and program leaderson patient enrollment/treatment/eligibility and data collection statusvia verbal and written communication
Organize and file patient records; prepare and maintain programmaterials
Screening and hiring new clinical program staff
Ensure clinical program staff are adequately trained, and assessed using quality assurance procedures, to perform their work related duties
Take initiative and anticipate and respond to staff and patient needs based on awareness of routine and repeated job functions
Demonstrate and serve as a role model for a positive work environment, including high motivation, positive attitude, and good judgment, tact, and sensitivity in all interpersonal interactions with all research staff, investigators, students and participants
Use explicit criteria, screen and identify eligible patients and maintain a paper and electronic log of eligible and non‐eligible patients; request clarification from clinical and program staff if uncertainty regarding eligibility; promptly notify clinical and project staff of eligible patients
Communicate with program sponsors, coordinators and collaborators
Maintain filing system for electronic and paper‐based patient records
Maintain compliance with HIPAA guidelines
Administer standardized surveys to patients or their proxies via phone, or via in‐patient, clinic or home visits
Call patients with reminders of their appointments
Conduct standardized assessments of patients via in‐patient, clinic or home visit
Coordinate weekly multidisciplinary meetings
Schedule meeting dates and notify JH PACT members of meeting times and distribute Zoom links and calendar invites
Keep a list of patients to be discussed at weekly meetings
Implement a workflow within Teams, Outlook and Epic to coordinate patient appointments.
Evaluate and implement patient referrals
Develop patient education and informational materials in Epic (smartphrases)
Coordinate and attend JH PACT Telemed clinic to initiate patient education
Coordinate post‐treatment patient follow‐up appointments and labs
Develop and maintain patient educational and informational materials (e.g. smartphrases that outline treatment schedules or medication instructions)
Liaison for the JH PACT Program
Coordinate with other Divisions and Departments regarding patientcare and Program initiatives.
Work with the Clinical Director to maintain current online laboratory and imaging testing protocols for the Program.
Serve as an Epic nurse superuser and assist in training of other Program nurses and clinical support staff.
Maintain records of referrals as requested by physician staff.
Individual must be a registered nurse, licensed in the State of Maryland or state where practicing. Bachelor's degree in nursing or related discipline preferred. Current American Heart Association or American Red Cross CPR certification required. Must maintain current licensure and certification during duration of employment. Acceptable completion of the BMC Nursing credentialing process.
Bachelor's degree in nursing or related discipline preferred.
Minimum of two years clinical experience in an ambulatory (outpatient) setting preferred.
Strong computer skills in an Electronic Medical record preferred.
Special Knowledge, Skills & Abilities:
Strong written and oral communication skills.
Demonstrate leadership ability.
Flexibility to adjust schedule to meet patient and staff needs.
Ability to manage time and stress effectively and adapt to unpredictablesituations within the patient care setting.
Classified Title: Clinical Nurse Role/Level/Range: ACRP/03/ME Starting Salary Range: $61,550.00 - $84,700.00 Annually; Commensurate with experience Employee Group: Full Time Schedule: Monday - Friday, 8:00am - 4:30pm Exempt Status: Exempt Location: Johns Hopkins Bayview Department Name: Medicine, Pulmonary Personnel Area: School of Medicine
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