Diversicare Healthcare Services & Diversicare Ther Regional Director of Clinical in St. Joseph, Missouri
MAKE YOUR MARK, MAKE A DIFFERENCE!
Diversicare is a premier provider of post-acute healthcare services with a strong legacy of quality care. We strive to foster a culture of transparency, support, and innovation. Our Mission is to improve every life we touch by providing exceptional healthcare and exceeding expectations . We are proud to provide work/life integration for our team members and offer a comprehensive benefits package.
Diversicare operates 76 centers in ten states primarily in the Midwest, Southeast and Southwest. As Diversicare team member, you will play an instrumental role in the care of our patients and residents, our most important responsibility. We are seeking compassionate team members to assist our patients and residents with activities of daily living. We are committed to providing a supportive and collaborative work environment for our team members. A qualified candidate is responsible for all key accountabilities in a manner that is reflective of Diversicare’s Mission and Core Values: Integrity, Excellence, Compassion, Teamwork, and Stewardship. If you are looking for an opportunity to make a difference in the lives of patients and residents you serve, Diversicare is the place for you.
Contact: Molly Stricker, Talent Acquisition Manager
Identifies clinical development opportunities for CQI Directors and facility staff.
Provides information about clinical “best practices” to regional teams.
Facilitates clinical accountability with management data, i.e., Key Indicator Reports, Monthly Skin Reports, Quality Measures/Quality Indicators, Risk Management Program, Performance Improvement visits and Site Visits; uses and analyzes this data to identify areas for improvement.
Supports and facilitates DMS values, practice standards, and ethics policies and procedures.
Schedules facility visits with Administrators, CQI Directors and RVPs based on facility needs.
Assists with Regional DON Meetings as needed.
Assists the VP of Quality Management and Clinical Services to coordinate and conduct clinically oriented training and meetings.
Prepares for and communicates weekly on quality issues with VP, Quality Management and Clinical Services.
Maintains knowledge of scheduled and current changes in Federal regulations.
Reviews and updates facility/regional management teams on Federal, State, and Local regulations, as needed. Monitors compliance via site visits as needed.
Reviews and updates facility/regional management teams on DMS’s Guidelines, Clinical Standards, new initiatives and Risk Management Standards.
Assists in the monitoring, identification of trends and development of action plans to improve quality of care and quality of life for residents/patients.
Monitors facility wide compliance with regulatory surveys on an ongoing basis.
Collaborates with CQI Directors in the use of Key Indicator and Quality Indicator data and the development of strategies to improve outcomes of care.
Communicates with regional team managers (e.g. dietary, finance, marketing, reimbursement, pharmacy, rehabilitation, etc.) regarding quality issues and customer satisfaction concerns.
Follow up on site visit trends/recommendations made to facility that impact the quality of services.
Attends stand-up meeting, department head meeting, Weekly Focus meetings, care planning conference, PPS meeting, Risk Management Meeting etc. and provides guidance to increase effectiveness of these meetings as needed.
An RN License in good standing in the practicing states or through the National Nurse Compact.
Knowledge and understanding of LTC regulatory processes i.e. Federal, and/or State Regulations.
Five (5) years previous clinical/management experience in Long Term Care with Director of Nursing experience required and regional experience preferred.
Flexibility to travel. Overnight travel may be required secondary to regulatory, disaster preparedness issues or assignment.
Effective verbal and written communication skills.
Effective management and leadership skills.
Effective training skills.
Computer literacy skills (Power Point, Outlook, Microsoft office, internet, etc).
Public Relations skills.
Prefer knowledge and understanding of the RAI Process and Medicare/Medicaid requirements.
Job ID 2018-27813
Type Regular Full-Time
Location Name Diversicare Healthcare Services - St. Joseph, MO
Location US-MO-St. Joseph