Regional Nurse Manager

New York, NY

Posted: 10/10/2018 Job Number: 11836039
  1. Supervises the Nurse Evaluators in a designated region
  2. Responsible for the training and development of Nurse Evaluators
  3. Monitor the activities, schedules, productivity and assessment results of an assigned group of Nurse Evaluators
  4. Reviews clinical documentation including pending denials for each regional Nurse Evaluator in real-time
  5. Collect QA information from assigned Nurse Evaluators
  6. Disseminate policy, protocol change, and ensure implementation
  7. Lead regular team meetings and act as the point-person for the region of Nurse Evaluators
  8. Conducts scheduled and random post-assessment home visits to ensure customer satisfaction
  9. Promotes project image and goals through public speaking engagements and local professional presentations
  10. Meets all standards established for this position as outlined in the corresponding annual performance criteria and bonus template for this position
  11. Performs other duties as may be assigned by the Nurse Sr. Manager and/or Project Director
Required Education: BA degree in a health, social services, or communications field required
MA degree in a health, social services, or communications field preffered. RN licensure required

Skills: Leadership skills including the ability to support a team of diverse staff; excellent written and oral communication skills; ability to work in a stressful and changing environment; and proven ability to work with community groups to review health status questions and make evaluations and . Knowledge of Long term care and programsdeterminations based on UAS the UAS-CANS-NY system criteria for enrollment; ability to work effectively with technology in the workplace; ability to adapt to new technology and process changes and support others with such changes; knowledge of the theory, principles, and practices of general professional nursing; knowledge of state and agency laws and regulations governing general professional nursing practices; excellent organizational, interpersonal, written, and verbal communication skills; ability to communicate and work effectively with diverse populations; ability to demonstrate sensitivity to the concerns of others; ability to perform comfortably in a fast-paced, deadline-oriented work environment; ability to successfully execute many complex tasks simultaneously; and a strong ability to work independently

Kimberly Nieves

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