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Advance Clinical Practice Team Supervisor- Full Time- Brooklyn and Staten Island

Manhattan, New York Nurse
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Job ID R010349

VNS Health Advanced Practice Team Supervisors bring Nurse Practitioner expertise to redefine the standard of patient-centered care for New Yorkers while keeping them out of the crowded hospital system so they can heal and age where they are most comfortable- in their homes and community. These clinicians provide primary and palliative care across multiple phases of patients’ life journey through home visits for acute, annual, urgent, and end of life care as well as virtual visits to manage chronic conditions. Be part of our 130-year history and innovative Future of Care built by visiting nurses like you.


$109,900.00 - $146,500.00 Annual

What You Will Do

  • Manages and provides full scope of advanced nursing practice for targeted patient populations. Evaluates patient responses to therapy / interventions. Ensures revision of the inter-professional plan of care as necessary to achieve quality outcomes.

  • Identifies need for new/revised clinical protocols. Collaborates with physicians and others within the practice to develop protocols and provides training as appropriate.

  • Manages and provides comprehensive advanced nursing care including physical examination, comprehensive history, screening for physical and/or psychological conditions, emergent interventions, pharmacological and non-pharmacological interventions, ordering treatments and DME, preventative health maintenance activities, care management, referrals, discharge planning, counseling and patient education. Establishes a treatment plan based on clinical findings and. Determines when further evaluation by collaborating physician, specialist or emergency care is warranted.

  • Collaborates with patients, families, primary care physicians and other team members to provide assessment and care planning. Assesses, plans, and provides intensive and continuous care management across client settings.

  • Manages and provides clinical services in compliance with standards of Patient-Centered Medical Home standards, meaningful use of medical record data, HEDIS and QARR quality of care measurements.

  • Manages inter-professional team efforts regarding the medical, nursing, therapy and ancillary care provided to patients to ensure quality outcomes are achieved.

  • Participates in on call coverage schedule to ensure 24/7 access to practice clinicians.

  • Assesses, educates, and improves client and caregiver knowledge of chronic disease, self-care management, and identification of changes in health status, including appropriate responses and actions through individualized education and inter-professional interventions.

  • Observes and analyzes team performance patterns related to population under care and assists in developing interventions to improve team performance. Provides remedial support and guidance to interdisciplinary team members to address implementation/evaluation of plans that maintain/increase customer experience with care, cost-efficiency, and quality care compliance with regulatory standards.

  • Identifies staffing needs to provide care to assigned population and recommends changes as indicated.

  • Communicates with internal and external care partners regarding the needs of patient or population to ensure interventions occur in a timely and appropriate manner. Intervenes as needed when the care plan is not executed, remediates situation to prevent reoccurrence.

  • Performs procedures as outlined in collaborative practice agreement and as privileged by the Credentialing Committee.

  • Manages quality of medical record documentation and submits billing information in accordance with Professional Corporation policy.

  • Provides care in one or more care settings based on the clinical requirements: virtually, telephonically or travels to patients’ homes and/or other facilities with varying environments (e.g., elevated buildings, walk-ups, care facilities, single/multiple family homes, presence of pets, etc.) using approved transportation options.

  • Performs peer and team member review of work performance including quality of care, clinical documentation, coding and billing practices, communication skills and population surveillance.

  • Participates in the VNS Health Medical Care at Home Quality and Professional Advisory Committee and any associated workgroups related to development of evidence based clinical models of care, peer education and training, quality improvement, medical record configuration and reporting, maximizing the use of clinical decision support systems.

  • Participates as assigned in efforts to write grant applications, and presentations to internal and external groups.

  • Manages and acts as a preceptor for students of all disciplines, providing excellent role modeling of community based primary care practice.

  • Assumes responsibility for continued professional growth andmaintains professional certification and licensure.

  • Functions as a leader and supporter of shared governance and participates in Magnet councils as a subject matter expert.

  • Performs all duties in a supervisory role. Ensures effective staff training, interviews candidates for employment, evaluates staff performance, provides ongoing feedback and collaborates with program senior management regarding hiring, promotions, salary actions and terminations, as appropriate.

For Mental Health only:

  • Conducts psychosocial assessments of interventions patients and develops treatment recommendations. Determines whether further evaluation by a collaborating psychiatrist is needed.

  • Provides the following services to patients: advocacy, psychoeducation, psychopharmacology, cognitive/behavioral interventions, monitoring of mental status, emotional support, brief psychotherapy and family-based interventions.

  • Supports and educates VNS Health staff and caregivers to enable them to better care for patients with psychiatric, cognitive, and/or behavioral challenges.

  • Consults with a collaborating psychiatrist as necessary to develop psychiatric evaluation and treatment plans.

  • Consults with the referrer on assessment, recommendations, and updates on treatment progress.

  • Follows treatment plans, revising and updating them as necessary, makes appropriate referrals for additional mental health services and provides crisis intervention as required.

  • Participates in interdisciplinary team meetings, case conferences and clinical supervision; attends in-service education programs.

  • Master’s degree of Science in Nursing, or other graduate degree from a nurse practitioner educational program registered by the New York State Education Department as qualifying for NP certification (licensure), required

  • Current ANCC or AANP certification as an adult, family or geriatric nurse practitioner, required.

  • Minimum of two years of experience as a nurse practitioner utilizing full scope of practice, preferred. 

  • Clinical home care experience or two years managerial experience, preferred. 

  • Demonstrated knowledge of Hedis and QARR quality measures, ICD-10 and CPT coding for reimbursement of services, required

  • Bilingual skills, as determined by operational needs

For Mental Health only:

  • Master’s degree in psychiatric-mental health Nurse Practitionerrequired.

  • PhD in psychiatric-mental health Nurse Practitioner, preferred.

  • Minimum of two years of experience as a psychiatric nurse practitioner utilizing full scope of practice

  • Must be able to walk up and down steps to access patient residences and transport required supplies weighing approximately 25 – 30 lbs.

About Us

VNS Health is one of the nation’s largest nonprofit home and community-based health care organizations. Innovating in health care for more than 125 years, our commitment to health and well-being is what drives us—we help people live, age and heal where they feel most comfortable, in their own homes, connected to their family and community. On any given day, more than 10,000 VNS Health team members deliver compassionate care, unparalleled expertise and 24/7 solutions and resources to the more than 43,000 “neighbors” who look to us for care. Powered and informed by data analytics that are unmatched in the home and community-health industry, VNS Health offers a full range of health care services, solutions and health plans designed to simplify the health care experience and meet the diverse and complex needs of the communities and people we serve in New York and beyond.

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