Nurse Manager

Category
Medical/Healthcare Management
Type
Regular Full-Time
Department
Medical Support Services
Work Schedule
M-F 8a-5p

Overview

This position is responsible for leadership among primary care and behavioral health teams. The Manager has responsibility for clinical training, risk management, utilization management, and specific specialties such as behavioral health and care coordination services offered by the agency.  We are working hard to change the way health care is delivered for patients with multiple life challenges including chronic disease, behavioral health, addictions, homelessness and others.  This position will lead and support the clinical efforts of a multi-disciplinary team of providers across multiple locations in central Indiana.  This position will work closely with a mix of operations and clinical leadership to maintain quality care and build new programs. 

 

A&C is passionate about their mission to support disadvantaged populations and address the social determinants of health through community based treatment, healthy community partnerships, and remarkable patient care.  The Nurse Manager with A&C and will play a significant role in redefining the nursing team with an eye toward innovation. 

Responsibilities

  1. Primary Job Responsibilities:

    1. Participates in planning, budgeting, policy making, and decision making related to clinical operations involving nursing staff.
    2. Maintains nursing policies and procedures which conform to nursing best practices and maximize work flow efficiencies around rooming patients, POC lab testing and documentation, and medication management for a disabled population, to name a few.
    3. In partnership with the agency Chief Clinical Officer, lead risk management and continuous quality improvement initiatives in nursing services
    4. Monitors nursing adherence to practice protocols. 
    5. Monitors patient outcomes, patient satisfaction surveys, and other metrics as indicators of nursing performance.
    6. Develops an on-going training plan for nursing
    7. Collaborates with physicians, medical professionals, consultants, community agencies, and institutions to improve the quality of nursing services and resolve identified problems.
    8. Stays current with state, federal, and payer regulations/requirements and updates professional standards for nursing for the medical practice appropriately.
    9. Supports clinical staff through side by side teaching and coaching practices
    10. Believes in the power of having a “floor presence” in nursing leadership. 

Qualifications

  • Education: RN required

     

    Experience: Minimum 5 years of nursing experience with progressively increasing management/operations experience.  Experience in behavioral health nursing preferred, knowledge or experience in a Federal Qualified Health Center and/or CMHC is a plus.

     

    Other Requirements:

    • Current state RN license.
    • Current CPR certification.

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