At Bloom Healthcare, we believe in creating an environment that fosters growth, collaboration, and a shared sense of purpose. Our commitment to this belief is not just words on paper; it's proven by our record. Proudly, Bloom Healthcare has been voted the "Best Workplace" for four consecutive years. This honor reflects our unwavering commitment to our employees. By nurturing a work culture that puts our team first, we empower them to put our patients first. This synergy between employee satisfaction and patient care is the foundation of our success. We recognize that our employees are our most valuable asset, and their well-being is paramount. In return for their dedication and passion, we offer robust professional development, a supportive work environment, and recognition for the fantastic work they do. It's a symbiotic relationship where everyone wins – our employees, our organization, and most importantly, our patients. By joining the Bloom Healthcare family, you're not only embarking on a rewarding career journey but also becoming a part of a community that genuinely cares about you. We thrive together, supporting one another, and making a significant impact in the lives of our patients. Become a part of our success story and experience firsthand why we're consistently voted the best place to work. CLINICAL QUALIFICATIONS
Holds a valid Colorado State Nursing License as a Registered Nurse.
Possesses a minimum of three years of clinical nursing experience, specializing in end-of-life care.
Prior experience in clinical leadership or supervisory roles preferred.
Prior experience with CHAP, ACHC or JCAHO preferred.
Capable of self-direction and autonomous work.
Skilled in clinical coordination and communication.
CLINICAL JOB FUNCTIONS/RESPONSIBILITIES
Conducts rigorous clinical assessments of cases, evaluating diagnosis, prognosis, pharmacotherapy, and overall trajectory.
Offers structured guidance to clinicians to uphold quality standards.
Partners with clinical staff for care goal setting, prioritization, and comprehensive planning.
Oversees or assists in clinical staff performance evaluations.
Chairs or partakes in clinical case conferences, promoting interdisciplinary collaboration.
Spearheads the development and refinement of clinical protocols, guidelines, and organizational policies.
Strictly adheres to professional clinical standards and ethical guidelines.
Advocates for a customer-centric approach within the clinical team.
Engages in clinical quality assurance and performance improvement, providing leadership and expertise.
Commits to ongoing professional development through clinical workshops and participation in clinical networks or societies.
Undertakes additional tasks as assigned by the VP of Clinical.
$95,000 - $120,000
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