BayCare Health Systems is currently seeking an experienced RN to join our outstanding and compassionate Home Care team.
As the second largest provider of home care services in the State of Florida, BayCare HomeCare has provided quality home care to Florida residents since 1976. BayCare HomeCare is accredited by The Joint Commission, the highest standard of quality within the industry and carries a Quality of Patient Care 4.5-star rating from the federal Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS).
The Patient Care Supervisor acts as the clinical manager and is responsible for daily activities (administrative or technical) relevant to the professional services provided, including:
•Validation of qualifications and assignment of personnel.
•Assures compliance with all regulatory bodies within the area of responsibility enforcing both the Quality Assurance program and Utilization Review within assigned areas.
•PCCI, Infusion and DON: Responsible for daily activities (administrative or technical) relevant to the professional services provided, including the validation of qualifications, assignment and supervision of personnel, assures compliance with all regulatory bodies within the area of responsibility enforcing both the Quality Assurance program and Utilization Review within assigned areas.
•PCS, Infusion and DON only: Responsible for office operations in Administrator's absence.
Take advantage of our competitive total reward package including benefits, paid time off, tuition reimbursement, 401k match and additional yearly contribution, yearly performance appraisals and team award bonus, community discounts and the chance to be part of an amazing team and a great place to work!
Certifications and Licensures
|Required||RN (Registered Nurse)||License|
|Required||Driver's License||State of Florida|
|Required||1 year||Supervisory Role in a related field|
|Or||2 years||Home Care|
|Required||Knowledge of regulatory standards appropriate to position|
|Required||Adapt to change|
|Required||Coaching and Counseling skills|