Baton Rouge General LPN Care Coordinator - Wound & Hyperbaric in Baton Rouge, Louisiana
LPN Care Coordinator - Wound & Hyperbaric
Advance Wound Care & Hyperbaric
Experience is preferred
JOB PURPOSE OR MISSION: Improves the quality of life of patients and families, by coordinating care through assessment, planning, implementation and evaluation as appropriate for the age of the population served, as defined in the department's scope of service. Ensures the timely and seamless clinical transition of patients through medically appropriate levels of care. EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS 2 years experience, Case Management preferred. EDUCATIONAL REQUIREMENTS Current Louisiana LPN licensure SPECIAL SKILLS AND KNOWLEDGE REQUIREMENTS Excellent written, verbal and listening communication skills. Ability to manage conflict, stress and multiple simultaneous work demands in an effective professional manner. Ability to work independently while collaborating with other team members. Ability to organize and prioritize work for optimal results. Excellent analytical and problem solving skills. Knowledge and ability to manage multiple patients of cultural diversity and low literacy issues in care provision. Knowledge of Interqual criteria. HIPAA REQUIREMENTS: Maintains knowledge of and adherence to all applicable HIPAA regulations appropriate to Job Position including but not limited to: Medical records without limitation both paper and electronic, patient demographics, lab, radiology, film results, patient information related to surgery or appointment schedules, medical records related to quality data, patient financial information, 3rd party billing, patients related complaints, information related to patient location, and/or patients religious beliefs. SAFETY REQUIREMENTS: Maintains knowledge of and adherence to all applicable safety practices appropriate to Job Position including but not limited to: Incident reporting, handling of waste, PPE, exposure control plans, hand washing, environment of care, patient identification, receiving orders for patients, and monitoring clinical alarms.