NP - In Home Kidney Care (Bilingual)
Our client is a Hospital and Healthcare Company that is a provides in-home nephrology, primary care, and benefit management services for individual with chronic kidney and end-stage renal disease.
- Valid NP certification/license in Arizona (AZ)
- Valid Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) certification/license
- 2+ years' experience of NP (Independent Practice)
2+ years' experience with any of the following:
- Home Health Care
- 2+ years' experience of Managed Care
- 2+ years' experience of Palliative Care
- 2+ years' experience of Dialysis Care
- Do you have experience with computer-based data management programs?
- Do you have experience conducting annual wellness visits or similar comprehensive visits and appropriately charting HCCs; general knowledge of risk adjustment.
- Are you seeking full-time?
- Are you bilingual English/Spanish?
- The work schedule is M-F from 8 AM - 5 PM. Are you available and comfortable with this schedule?
- You will be travelling within a one-hour travel radius from the main location within which you will be visiting patients in-home. The job is 3-4 days on the road visiting patients and 1-2 days telehealth. Are you comfortable with this and willing to put in the road time?
Our company supports patients suffering from Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) and End Stage Renal Disease (ESRD) by forming deep rooted relationships and preparing them both emotionally and physically for the challenges of managing kidney disease. Position: Nurse Practitioner Nurse Practitioners are responsible for delivering personalized compassionate medical care to our patients. Primary duties include patient health assessments, conducting physicals, prescribing medications, maintaining accurate records, scheduling appointments, administering follow-up appointments, and work collaboratively with care management team to ensure the patient is receiving quality, evidence-based care. This position is not office-based. Rather, NPs conduct in-home visits in the state they reside. NPs need to attend occasional training/meetings at headquarters outside of their home state. Roles and Responsibilities • Deliver evidence-based, timely care in a manner that reduces hospitalizations, maximizes quality of life, and puts patient health and satisfaction first • Conducts assessments, to include comprehensive annual wellness exams • Prescribe medications, order tests, and collaborate with Monogram physicians • Collaborate with care management RNs and SWs to ensure consistent highly satisfying patient experience, accurate documentation, and effective care planning • Perform effectively, as reflected by improved patient quality outcomes, which will be measured and reported daily Position Requirements • Active and unrestricted Registered Nurse and Nurse Practitioner license in your state. • Board certified by ANCC or AANP • Current and unrestricted DEA certificate • Ability to work without direct in-person supervision and practice autonomously • Heavy daily travel; access to transportation, a valid driver's license, and car insurance • Must be proficient with medical instruments and equipment required by the work • Sound understanding of all federal and state regulations including HIPAA and OSHA • 2+ years of NP experience • Bilingual in Spanish preferred • Experience in kidney disease and control of related co-morbidities (HTN, Diabetes, CHF) preferred • Experience in end-of-life discussions, palliative care and hospice preferred • Experience practicing in managed care, value-based context required • Experience conducting annual wellness visits, comprehensive visits and appropriately charting HCCs • General knowledge of risk adjustment Benefits • Opportunity to work in a dynamic, fast-paced, and innovative care management company that is transforming the delivery of kidney care • Comprehensive medical, dental, vision and life insurance • Flexible paid leave & vacation policy • 401(k) plan with matching contributions • Health Savings Account (HSA) and Flexible Spending Account (FSA) The successful candidate will work collaboratively as part of a team with our field-based RNs, social workers, physicians, and physician medical directors. Our company is dedicated to improving the well-being, quality of life and health outcomes for our patients by partnering with the nation's leading kidney specialists to provide transformative kidney care. We use next generation artificial intelligence algorithms to predict necessary and timely care to promote the delay of kidney disease progression, seamless transitions to dialysis and/or pre-emptive kidney transplant. We then utilize in-home visits to build meaningful relationships between patients and their care team that drive positive behavior change and optimize our patients’ health outcomes. We believe in fostering an inclusive environment in which employees feel encouraged to share their unique perspectives, leverage their strengths, and act authentically. We know that diverse teams are strong teams, and welcome those from all backgrounds and varying experiences.