Nurse Practitioner/Physician Assistant in Depew, NY


Family Choice of New York Posted: 2024-05-14

Depew, NY 14043

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Salary Range: $110,000.00 - $120,000.00 per year

Join our dynamic care management team as a nurse practitioner or physician assistant providing services to our members in the community and across care settings.
Our mission is to enhance the quality of life and continuity of care for our members. We have an experienced and supportive team led by clinicians who work collaboratively with nurses and care coordinators to provide optimal care to our members.
The hours are Monday through Friday 8:30 am to 5:00 pm with no evenings, weekends, or on-call requirements.
EXPERIENCE:
• Experience in geriatric nursing or home care with the understanding of problems associated with caring for patients with co-morbid chronic conditions including frailty and experience communicating with patients’ families is preferred.
• Experience in chronic disease management.
• Familiarity with managed care systems and knowledge of personal computer software is desirable.
REQUIREMENTS:
Applicable licenses in the State of New York, Basic Computer Skills, Transportation, Valid NYS driver’s license and maintain automobile insurance per company requirements, CPR Certification, Board Certification, Obtain a minimum of 35 CME’s per year.
DETAILED DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES - ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:
• The primary role of the C-SNP Advance Practice Provider (APP) is to conduct on-site assessments and/or desktop case reviews of members who are followed in the care management program.
• The C-SNP APP will assist the PCP and other care providers to ensure all members’ health care needs are met and identify those who may be at risk for adverse outcomes.
• This position is also responsible for ongoing focus on the achievement of desired clinical outcomes.
TASKS:
• Conduct physical assessments on members upon request.
• Carry a caseload as determined by management.
• Communicate and collaborate with CSNP team regarding treatment plan for members.
• Communicate identified medical concerns to the member’s PCP and or specialist.
• Assist with SAR patients.
• Visits will include initial assessment in IPC, weekly visits or more frequently as indicated, completion of HRA and care plan, calls to HCP and PCP, may write orders, contact with ER if member is sent to hospital.
• Education to staff in SAR’s regarding first call.
• Acute visits as needed with change in condition.
• Assist with discharge planning.
• Perform field visits to see patients in the home setting and provide direct patient care outreach to physician offices.
• The building of rapport with physician offices is critical so that future interactions will be smooth but also in an effort to build confidence with this individual and the program in general.
• Provide back-up coverage for other APPs in the CSNP program.
• Complete all required care management forms and ensure accurate and thorough documentation in a timely manner per FCNY guidelines which is within 7 (seven) business days. This should occur in the appropriate electronic medical record.
• Complete health and wellness assessments on program members if requested.
• Discuss any problems or concerns regarding the member with the member, family and/or responsible party (RP) and assist them in framing their expectations for the member’s health condition, current and future.
• Contact and maintain communication with member, family, and/or caregiver.
• Coordinate and assist in the development and implementation of the interdisciplinary plan of care with the appropriate team members.
• Serve as a clinical resource for nurses and care coordinators.
• Perform in home acute visits to support diversions from home to sub-acute setting.
• Provide guidance to team members in the Transitional Care Management of members.
• Conduct clinical educational sessions for ICT at the request of program management.
• Attend required meetings as identified by the program management.
• Development and maintain a good working relationship with community organizations.
• Assist with team advanced directive/palliative discussions.
• Other duties as assigned.
Job Type: Full-time
Pay: $110,000.00 - $120,000.00 per year
Benefits: 401(k), 401(k) matching, Dental insurance, Employee assistance program, Flexible spending account, Health insurance, Health savings account, Life insurance, Paid time off, Professional development assistance
Medical specialties: Home Health, Primary Care
Supplemental pay types: Bonus opportunities, Signing bonus.

Please fax resume to 716-558-0279
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All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, gender identity or expression, age, or national origin.

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