Co-Lead Nebraska Medical Center's Heart Failure Disease Management program and oversee the ongoing requirements for Heart Failure Disease management certification through the Joint Commission. The primary focus of this position is to be actively engaged in overseeing clinical quality and transitional care of heart failure patients across the continuum, in addition to evaluating/implementing best practice standards, and pursuing performance improvement. Day-to-day responsibilities include responsibility for inpatient Heart Failure patient education across the organization, staff education in the management of heart failure education, and the maintenance of a telephonic post-discharge follow-up program to support patients at home and prevent readmissions.
Partner with the clinical program leadership to assist with clinical program operations related to performance improvement, education, outreach, and injury prevention activities. Participates in the overall development, implementation and evaluation of the identified program by organizing the services and systems necessary for a multidisciplinary approach to providing care for the injured patient. Work with all departments involved in the care of the identified patient population and their families. Work collaboratively with colleagues to serve as a resource and to support the assessment of care across the regional system.
|Date Posted||March 18, 2019|
|Date Closes||April 2, 2019|
|Located In||Omaha, NE|
|Work At||Nebraska Medical Center|