Home Health Care Provider, Hospice, Hospital, Public and Private, Medical Review Organization, Office of Healthcare Practitioners, Public Health
Our Corporate team may not provide direct care, but we still touch people's lives in a very real and substantial way. The services we provide contribute greatly to the overall patient and member experience, supporting our reputation for excellence.
Do you have a "Hospice Heart"?
If your answer is yes, then you are just the nurse we are looking for. When days cannot be added to a life, we add life to remaining days. Our multidisciplinary teams offer culturally-sensitive, end-of-life and palliative care services to patients and their families at home or in assisted living communities, skilled nursing facilities and hospitals.
The Hospice Quality Management Nurse (RN) Coordinator performs designated functions to implement quality management programs for the Hospice and Palliative Care agencies designed to optimize efficiency and improve patient care. The nurse in this role also investigates complaints made by hospice patients or family members, and makes recommendations to resolve issues and improve processes. The Hospice Quality Management Nurse position is primarily based in Manhattan, but some travel to our corporate office in Brooklyn would be required.
RN (BS preferred)
CPHQ and/or CHPN certifications preferred
2-5 years of Hospice experience required
Prior experience in Quality Management desirable
Must be able to interpet data from patient's medical record
Internal Number: 114715
MJHS is an integrated not for profit health system that provides exceptional care to the Greater New York Area. Our spectrum of health care services includes rehabilitation, home care, palliative and hospice care, long term care as well as various health plans for Medicare and Medicaid eligible individuals. We also have The Institute for Innovation in Palliative Care, focusing on education and research.
Our premier rehab centers and inpatient residences include Menorah Center for Rehabilitation and Nursing Care, The MJHS Hospice, Mollie and Jack Zicklin Residence, Muriel and Harold Block Residence and the Inpatient Residence at Menorah–which is the first to care for children as well as adults.
Our programs and services are supported by our Foundation, which is dedicated to supporting MJHS and its affiliated agencies by raising and allocating the funds necessary to ensure the continuation of high-quality, compassionate health care programs and services for those in the Greater New York Area.