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Clinical Field Staff Supervisor (Genesee Country)

HCR Home Care, a leader in Home Health Care for over 30 years, is committed to providing the best quality patient care and superior service, and we now service 19 counties across New York State.
HCR is an employee owned company, offering YOU an active partnership in our business.
Our employees play an important role in treating people and keeping them safe and healthy in the comfort of their own homes, and we believe our employees are the reason HCR is able to provide award-winning home care.
Consider a career at HCR! We offer competitive pay and benefits, continuing education and training opportunities, and utilize state-of-the-art technology.
The Clinical Field Staff Supervisor is an integral part of the patient care team and continually monitors the services provided.
This role has shared responsibility for the overall provision and coordination of home health services provided to the HCR patients according to acceptable standards of practice.
The CFSS is a resource person with extensive knowledge of the regulatory guidelines governing home health agencies and provides daily support to field clinicians enabling them to provide quality care in the home to HCR patients.
The CFSS is a liaison between referral resources, patients, caregivers, and employees.
Receive calls from field staff and physicians regarding client care issues/orders.
Enter orders as appropriate and update the plan of care, medication profile and schedule.
Enter information regarding all telephone calls into the coordination notes section of the computer software.
Notify staff as appropriate to ensure proper coordination of care.
Review and approve all interim orders before they are sent to physician.
Notifies ADON when unable to approve the order.
Provide support to the Intake staff and process referral requests in HCHB as needed.
In branch offices, processing referrals is a shared responsibility of the PSC and CFSS roles.
Assign Licensed Professional (LP) to conduct the evaluation visit as the task appears on the action screen Participate in case conferences, as needed, and process recert/discharge decisions based on clinical documentation and input from case manager base on case orders for tracking purposes and route to Medical Records to be sent to the physician for signature.
Ensure any corrections are made by the LP who wrote the order prior to entering the order.
Update the client's medication profile and schedule as applicable; via the order.
Ensure all orders that address frequency have appropriate calendar modification completed Follow-up on orders from the Order Tracking Report when the MRS is unable to retrieve the unsigned order Review and follow-up on entitlement verification issues Verifies / ensures there are orders for requested medical supplies, Enters supply orders and requisitions supplies as needed.
Enter non-admit information into HCHB with details in coordination notes if no visit was made Review missed visit reports, ensures MD notification has occurred, and if not, notifies MD.
Required Skills Understand issues related to the delivery of home health services and be able to problem solve effectively Possess knowledge of the Medicare guidelines governing home health agencies Organized, detail-oriented and possesses strong interpersonal, organizational, time management and written and verbal communication skills Able to work independently and complete paperwork accurately and in a timely fashion Strong computer skills and the ability to use Agency's EMR program Must comply with privacy and HIPPA laws Valid driver's license and automobile with current insurance coverage and in good working condition available to use for work.
Willingness to submit to physical examination, criminal background and drug testing Required Experience Current NYS Licensure as Registered Professional Nurse required.
Bachelor of Science Degree in Nursing preferred.
2 years experience in the health care industry with a minimum of 1 year experience in home health Supervisory experience is preferred Job Location Batavia, New York, United States Position Type Full-Time/Regular

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