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Requisition Post Information* : Posted Date 2 months ago(12/15/2023 8:52 AM)
Job ID
2023-66599
Department Name : Name
Ambulatory Surgery - Crown Point
Job Location : Location
US-IN-Crown Point
Referral Bonus
No
Requisition Post Information* : Posted Date 3 months ago(11/30/2023 4:54 PM)
Join one of the nation’s most comprehensive academic medical centers, UChicago Medicine, as a Quality Program Manager.   Clinical Effectiveness (CE) supports clinically focused improvement endeavors to understand, improve and sustain high-value, patient-centered care across the community. Under the direction and in support of CE, Quality Performance Improvement (QPI) and Quality Assessment and Accountability (QAA) advance organizational priorities aligned with strategic and annual operating plans, CE Priority Scorecard Measures, and quality goals. In partnership with clinical and operational leaders, QPI and QAA team members implement sustainable improvements to ensure UChicago Medicine practices evidence-based care with high reliability, transform health care by testing new ways to deliver evidence-based care, and solve the challenging problems in healthcare through innovations.   QPI and QAA team members skillfully apply methods and tools within the core competencies of quality improvement and process improvement, project management, and group facilitation to achieve project aims aligned with organizational goals. Team members work effectively with diverse roles across the system to identify inefficiencies, develop solutions, and lead improvement initiatives across the system.    Essential Job Functions:  - Assist in the strategic planning, development and maintenance of cascading quality plans tied to long term quality goals - Partners with the quality physician lead to formulate long term strategic plan as well as annual goals, targets and plans - Oversees the prioritization and portfolio of quality projects in partnership with the QPI director and area quality leaders - Demonstrates ownership and provides updates at committee level meetings, influencing the success of program objectives - Identify, coordinate, and manage several related projects to advance the strategic goals of the program - Measure the value and impact of the program and take accountability for meeting program goals - Provide regular updates to sponsors on program progress, milestones, and barriers - Guides and coordinates communication strategies that impact program stakeholders and accounts for project interdependencies - Oversees the planning, design, implementation, and completion of the project as identified by the supervisor and project sponsor - Execute the project plan and provides daily support for moving the project forward on large strategic initiatives. Collaborates and oversees the project management of projects within the program - Identifies and communicates alignment and impact of project plans on related projects within the team’s portfolio and across the organization - Proactively anticipates project risks and establishes contingency plans for project success - Identifies project needs with project sponsor and supervisor and facilitates the project initiation process - Expertly facilitates the use of standard QI and PI tools - Designs a comprehensive approach to meet projective objectives that makes appropriate use traditional QI and PI tools. Applies novel methods to enable project success - Provides mentorship and guidance to UCM staff on use of QI tools/approaches. Teaches QI to healthcare professionals - Navigates and facilitates the distinction between quality improvement and research, and the potential intersections, providing coaching and guidance on proposals and grant submissions - Provides operational oversight of team members and contributes to the design of department processes that facilitates professional growth and advances core competencies across the team - Formally mentors project coordinators and project managers by providing coaching on project strategy and professional development opportunities - Responsible for the work products of mentees and team members supporting projects that aligned with program(s) - Develop and carry out the strategy for the facilitation of large, complex, multidisciplinary meetings and design sessions - Develops coherent, actionable summaries from the input of many stakeholders generated during meetings and design sessions - Facilitates decision making to achieve consensus on plans and next steps with stakeholder buy-in - Expertly navigate relationships and problem solving during meetings with front line staff, hospital leadership and C-suite - Employs advanced facilitation strategies consistently maintaining presence, engagement, and control in order to develop effective teams - Collaborate with data teams within UCM to ensure data and analytics needs of assigned projects are satisfied and garner the most effective clinical monitors and insight to drive improvement, while allowing for efficient analytics processes - Identify data collection and analysis needs as appropriate when relevant data does not exist electronically, design efficient data collection and analysis plans to meet those needs - Collaborate data teams within UCM on measure development, analysis, and report generation processes - Utilize available benchmarking data and tools (e.g. PHIS, HDI) to identify and prioritize opportunities within a portfolio or program Qualifications: - Bachelor’s degree in a Health Care, Engineering, or Performance Improvement field or equivalent - Possess a minimum of 5-7 years’ experience in a healthcare, performance improvement, project management, or other advanced position - Exceptional communication and interpersonal skills with all levels of staff, including physicians and administrative staff - Experience facilitating groups with many different stakeholders - Ability to elicit cooperation and maintain productive working relationships with internal and external leaders - Knowledge of performance improvement techniques and methodologies - Ability to lead complex, interrelated portfolio of projects, using program management tools and techniques - Ability to set strategic vision for portfolio/ program and is accountable for all quality-related operations and goals in the focus area to have a major impact on clinical operations and outcomes in that area - Ability to manage, interpret, and present data - Self-motivated: given appropriate direction for goals, must be able to work autonomously in a sometimes ambiguous and changing environment Preferred Qualifications: - Master’s degree in Public Health, Health Care Administration, Business Administration, Nursing, or another health care-related field - Possess a minimum of 5-7 years’ Performance Improvement experience in Hospital, or large Health System - Experience with clinical terminology Position Details:  - Job Type/FTE: Full Time (1.0 FTE) - Shift: Days – 8 hour shift - Unit/Department: Office of the CMO - CBA Code: Non-Union  Must comply with UCMC’s COVID-19 Vaccination requirement as a condition of employment. If you have already received the vaccination, you must provide proof as part of the pre-employment process. This is in addition to your compliance with the Flu Vaccination requirement as well. Medical and religious exemptions will be considered consistent with applicable law. Lastly, a pre-employment physical, drug screening, and background check are also required for all employees prior to hire.
Job ID
2023-66544
Department Name : Name
Office of the CMO - Hyde Park
Job Location : Location
US-IL-Chicago
Referral Bonus
No
Requisition Post Information* : Posted Date 3 months ago(11/30/2023 8:30 AM)
Join one of the nation’s most comprehensive academic medical centers, UChicago Medicine, as a Data Scientist. This is a remote, work from home opportunity and you may be based outside of the greater Chicagoland area.    Job Summary   The Data Scientist will leverage statistical analysis, predictive and prescriptive modeling, and advanced visualizations to assist organizational leadership with operations, change monitoring, strategic planning and program development. The Data Scientist will work directly with internal constituents by providing analytics consultation to help guide decisions that maximize clinical effectiveness, enhance quality of care, and minimize waste and variability within the UCM health system.  The Data scientist will also help define, in business terms, the data and analytics approaches for capitalizing on key opportunities as an integral member of Clinical Effectiveness and the UChicago analytics community.    Essential Job Functions - Support stakeholder projects or ad hoc analysis by processing data, preforming statistical analysis, and developing predictive/prescription models - Working with internal stakeholders to identify healthcare related business problems for which analytics solutions will drive significant value - Collaborate with organizational leaders to make analytics a core differentiator - Train and mentor others - Assist data warehouse teams in creating technology stack for deploying data science solutions - Other duties as assigned    Required Qualifications - PhD in a quantitative field such as Statistics, Computer Science, Physics, or Bioinformatics (Masters or BA with industry experience also considered) - Must have extensive experience with R, SAS, or Python for development of statistical and machine learning models - Must have experience with SQL - Ability to process, cleanse, and verify the integrity of data used for analysis - Excellent verbal and written communication skills for both technical and non-technical audiences - Excellent collaboration skills and willingness to teach others statistical and ML methodologies - Understanding of healthcare data preferred Position Details - Job Type/FTE: Full-time - Shift: Day - Unit/Department: Data Science & Analytics - CBA Code: Non-Union Must comply with UCMC’s COVID-19 Vaccination requirement as a condition of employment. If you have already received the vaccination, you must provide proof as part of the pre-employment process. This is in addition to your compliance with the Flu Vaccination requirement as well. Medical and religious exemptions will be considered consistent with applicable law. Lastly, a pre-employment physical, drug screening, and background check are also required for all employees prior to hire.
Job ID
2023-66523
Department Name : Name
Office of the CMO - Hyde Park
Job Location : Location
US-IL-Chicago
Referral Bonus
No
Requisition Post Information* : Posted Date 3 months ago(11/30/2023 8:48 AM)
Be a part of a world-class academic health-care system at UChicago Medicine as a Sr. Quality Project Manager.   Clinical Effectiveness (CE) supports clinically-focused improvement endeavors to understand, improve and sustain high-value, patient-centered care across the community. Under the direction and in support of CE, Quality Performance Improvement (QPI) and Quality Assessment and Accountability (QAA) advance organizational priorities aligned with strategic and annual operating plans, CE Priority Scorecard Measures, and quality goals. In partnership with clinical and operational leaders, QPI and QAA team members implement sustainable improvements to ensure UChicago Medicine practices evidence-based care with high reliability, transform health care by testing new ways to deliver evidence-based care, and solve the challenging problems in healthcare through new innovations.   QPI and QAA team members skillfully apply methods and tools within the core competencies of quality improvement and process improvement, project management, and group facilitation to achieve project aims aligned with organizational goals. Team members work effectively with diverse roles across the system to identify inefficiencies, develop solutions, and lead improvement initiatives across the system.     Essential Job Functions: - Program/Portfolio Management - Manage a group of related projects and serve as a point of contact in the organization and on the team for assigned projects - Facilitate the planning and development of quality plans for a related group of projects tied to annual quality goals - Project Management - Oversees the planning, design, implementation, and completion of small to medium projects with support from supervisor - Executes project plan and provides daily support for moving the project forward on large strategic initiatives with support from supervisor - Identifies and communicates alignment and impact of project plans on related projects within the QAA portfolio and across the organization - Identifies and manages project risks. - Quality improvement and Process Design Expertise - Facilitates the use of standard QI and PI tools - Provides mentorship and guidance to team members on use of QI tools/approaches - Navigates and facilitates the distinction between quality improvement and research, and the potential intersections - Represents the team and offers quality improvement expertise in committee meetings as needed. - Group Facilitation - Develop and carry out the strategy for the facilitation of multidisciplinary meetings and design sessions - Develops coherent, actionable summaries from the input of many stakeholders generated during meetings and design sessions - Facilitates decision making to achieve consensus on plans and next steps with stakeholder buy-in - Expertly navigate relationships and problem solving during meetings with front line staff, hospital leadership. - Analytics/Data-Driven Approach - Collaborate with data teams within UCM to ensure data and analytics needs of assigned projects are satisfied and garner the most effective clinical monitors and insight to drive improvement, while allowing for efficient analytics processes - Identify data collection and analysis needs as appropriate when relevant data does not exist electronically, design efficient data collection and analysis plans to meet those needs - Collaborate data teams within UCM on measure development, analysis, and report generation processes - Utilize available data and reports to identify potential trends, root causes Required Qualifications: - Bachelor’s degree in a Health Care, Engineering, or Performance Improvement field or equivalent - Possess a minimum of 2-3 years’ experience in a healthcare, performance improvement, project management, or other advanced position - Exceptional communication and interpersonal skills with all levels of staff, including physicians and administrative staff - Experience facilitating groups with many different stakeholder - Ability to elicit cooperation and maintain productive working relationships with internal and external leaders - Knowledge of performance improvement techniques and methodologies - Ability to independently coordinate projects among many functional units; applying project management experience and knowledge of project management tools and techniques - Ability to plan, lead and execute large scale projects with major impacts on clinical operations and outcomes - Ability to manage, interpret, and present data - Self-motivated: given appropriate direction for goals, must be able to work autonomously in a sometimes ambiguous and changing environment Preferred Qualifications: - Master’s degree in Public Health, Health Care Administration, Business Administration, Nursing, or another health care-related field - Possess a minimum of 2-3 years’ Performance Improvement experience in a Hospital, or large Health System - Experience with clinical terminology Position Details - Job Type/FTE: 1.00FTE - Shift: Days - Unit/Department: Office of the CMO - CBA Code: Non-Union Must comply with UCMC’s COVID-19 Vaccination requirement as a condition of employment. If you have already received the vaccination, you must provide proof as part of the pre-employment process. This is in addition to your compliance with the Flu Vaccination requirement as well. Medical and religious exemptions will be considered consistent with applicable law. Lastly, a pre-employment physical, drug screening, and background check are also required for all employees prior to hire.
Job ID
2023-66512
Department Name : Name
Office of the CMO - Hyde Park
Job Location : Location
US-IL-Chicago
Referral Bonus
No
Requisition Post Information* : Posted Date 3 months ago(12/1/2023 3:25 PM)
Be a part of a world-class academic health-care system at UChicago Medicine as a Quality Project Manager.   Clinical Effectiveness (CE) supports clinically-focused improvement endeavors to understand, improve and sustain high-value, patient-centered care across the community. Under the direction and in support of CE, Quality Performance Improvement (QPI) and Quality Assessment and Accountability (QAA) advance organizational priorities aligned with strategic and annual operating plans, CE Priority Scorecard Measures, and quality goals. In partnership with clinical and operational leaders, QPI and QAA team members implement sustainable improvements to ensure UChicago Medicine practices evidence-based care with high reliability, transform health care by testing new ways to deliver evidence-based care, and solve the challenging problems in healthcare through new innovations.   QPI and QAA team members skillfully apply methods and tools within the core competencies of quality improvement and process improvement, project management, and group facilitation to achieve project aims aligned with organizational goals. Team members work effectively with diverse roles across the system to identify inefficiencies, develop solutions, and lead improvement initiatives across the system.     Essential Job Functions: - Project Management - Oversees the planning, design, implementation, and completion of small to medium projects with support from supervisor - Executes project plan and provides daily support for moving the project forward on large strategic initiatives with support from supervisor - Quality improvement and Process Design Expertise - Uses PDSA framework to guide projects - In partnership with team members, facilitates the use of standard QI and PI tools - Identifies areas where there is a need to distinguish between quality improvement and research, and the potential intersections - Group Facilitation - Collaborate with clinical leads and team members to develop meeting agendas - Accurately capture and document key discussions, decisions, and action items - Lead and facilitate project meetings, employing basic facilitation skills (e.g. encouraging participation, using process checks) - Analytics/Data-Driven Approach - Collaborate with data teams within UCM to ensure data and analytics needs of assigned projects are satisfied and garner the most effective clinical monitors and insight to drive improvement, while allowing for efficient analytics processes - Identify data collection and analysis needs as appropriate when relevant data does not exist electronically Required Qualifications: - Bachelor’s degree in a Health Care, Engineering, or Performance Improvement field or equivalent - Possess a minimum of 1-2 years’ experience in a healthcare, performance improvement, project management, or other advanced position - Exceptional communication and interpersonal skills with all levels of staff, including physicians and administrative staff - Experience facilitating groups with many different stakeholders - Ability to elicit cooperation and maintain productive working relationships with internal and external leaders - Knowledge of performance improvement techniques and methodologies - Ability to independently coordinate projects among many functional units; applying project management experience and knowledge of project management tools and techniques - Ability to plan, lead and execute large scale projects with major impacts on clinical operations and outcomes - Ability to manage, interpret, and present data - Self-motivated: given appropriate direction for goals, must be able to work autonomously in a sometimes ambiguous and changing environment Preferred Qualifications: - Master’s degree in Public Health, Health Care Administration, Business Administration, Nursing, or another health care-related field - Possess a minimum of 1-2 years’ Performance Improvement experience in a Hospital, or large Health System - Experience with clinical terminology Position Details - Job Type/FTE: 1.00FTE - Shift: Days - Unit/Department: Office of the CMO - CBA Code: Non-Union Must comply with UCMC’s COVID-19 Vaccination requirement as a condition of employment. If you have already received the vaccination, you must provide proof as part of the pre-employment process. This is in addition to your compliance with the Flu Vaccination requirement as well. Medical and religious exemptions will be considered consistent with applicable law. Lastly, a pre-employment physical, drug screening, and background check are also required for all employees prior to hire.
Job ID
2023-66507
Department Name : Name
Office of the CMO - Hyde Park
Job Location : Location
US-IL-Chicago
Referral Bonus
No
Requisition Post Information* : Posted Date 3 months ago(11/21/2023 10:30 AM)
Join one of the nation’s most comprehensive academic medical centers, University of Chicago Medicine, in a thought-driven role as Nurse Manager of our Pediatric Clinic. Our employees deliver world-class care in an environment where opinions are respected, decision-making is rewarded, and teamwork is the order of the day. Our staff is encouraged to achieve their career goals, which in turn benefits all of our patients and the University of Chicago Medicine as a whole.   In this role, the Nurse Manager oversees day-to-operations, including scheduling, planning, organizing, and directing all activities related to patient centered care in the unit, and handles an array of administrative duties, including recruitment and hiring; supervision; purchasing; inventory; facility, safety and equipment management. Responsible for preparing for and participating in various inspections, including the JCAHO accreditation process.    Sign-On Bonus Eligible!   Essential Job Functions: - Participates in the recruitment and selection of unit staff. Identifies recruitment needs and necessary staffing levels - Determines staffing needs in consultation with physician director and assures proper scheduling and utilization of services in maintaining quality patient care - Assists staff members in identification of learning needs and promotes staff participation in professional and institutional activities. Participates in and promotes educational opportunities for staff. Encourages staff participation in designing and attending in-service classes - Assesses patient acuity and plans appropriate assignments to meet patient needs for both inpatients and outpatients - Evaluates staff performance on a formal and informal basis. Completes annual performance evaluations and forwards to appropriate individuals. Provides recommendations for merit increases - Ensures that appropriate staff attend mandatory educational programs and in-services per JCAHO regulations - Assists in testing and evaluating new equipment, procedures and programs - Participates in periodic review of sectional activities needs assessment and development and prioritization of goals and objectives. Assists in the development and review of policies, procedures, and standards - Confers with physicians and supervisors concerning the care and treatment of individual patients. Assesses, plans, implements and evaluates patient care on a daily basis - Makes regular inspections to ascertain state of maintenance of the environment, including equipment, and takes required corrective action - Provides orientation and training of staff members in carrying out physicians' orders, seeing to the needs of patients, and developing approved nursing practices - Collaborates with medical director on quality assurance issues. Collaborates with medical director in collecting data for staff meetings, research, reports and evaluation - Promotes safety of patients and personnel by compliance with institution and regulatory agency standards and policies. Defines and organizes quality improvement initiatives - Assists in providing patient care and obtaining necessary documentation for a wide variety of research protocols - Participates in budget development, making recommendations regarding staffing, equipment, and supply issues - Monitors expenditures throughout the year, and takes required corrective action. Promotes cost containment programs - Demonstrates a cost-conscious attitude toward time and resource usage - Measures clinical staff performance and applies coaching/corrective action as needed - Oversees JCAHO regulations within the clinic(s) and procedural area setting - Leads process improvement initiatives within the clinic setting focusing on workflow efficiency and throughput   Required Qualifications: - Bachelor’s degree in Nursing from an accredited academic body - Licensed Registered Nurse with a valid, unrestricted Illinois State license - Must have a minimum of five years' experience working in a clinical setting as a Registered Nurse - Experience in a nursing leadership role    Preferred Qualifications: - Experience working in an ambulatory setting - Familiarity with Epic and other UCH Information Systems  - Pediatric experience   Position Details: - Job Type/FTE: Full Time (1.0 FTE) - Shift: Days – 8 hour shift - Unit/Department: Pediatric - CBA Code: Non-Union Must comply with UCMC’s COVID-19 Vaccination requirement as a condition of employment. If you have already received the vaccination, you must provide proof as part of the pre-employment process. This is in addition to your compliance with the Flu Vaccination requirement as well. Medical and religious exemptions will be considered consistent with applicable law. Lastly, a pre-employment physical, drug screening, and background check are also required for all employees prior to hire.
Job ID
2023-66505
Department Name : Name
Pediatrics SubSpecialty Clinic - Hyde Park
Job Location : Location
US-IL-Chicago
Referral Bonus
Yes
Requisition Post Information* : Posted Date 3 months ago(11/22/2023 10:57 AM)
Be a part of a world-class academic health-care system at UChicago Medicine as a Public Safety Officer (PSO), in the Security Department.   Under the general supervision of the Public Safety Supervisor, the Public Safety Officer will work to maintain a secure and safe environment for faculty, staff, patients, visitors and property. Duties will include communication functions of the Public Safety Department, rotation and receipt of all emergency and non-emergency incoming calls to the dispatch center, solicits descriptive information to determine the nature and urgency of the request and the location and scope of the incident.   Essential Job Functions - Supervises the work of the public safety coordinators by assigning work, observing and reviewing performance (both through the performance review process and through counseling as required). - Recommends discipline of Public Safety Coordinators through the chain of command, participates in hiring Public Safety Coordinators; assigns work to Public Safety Coordinators, including overtime as necessary. - Evaluates Public Safety Coordinators, including evaluation of the quality and quantity of their work performance and scheduling of daily assignments. - Performs the communications dispatch function for UC Medicine Public Safety. - Monitors the closed circuit television cameras. - Assigns Incident Report numbers to Public Safety personnel from Continuum Incident Report System. - Monitors UCM Public Safety and University Police radio traffic and communicates with UCPD dispatch during any emergencies or incidents within the Med-Center that requires UCPD assistance. - Monitor the UC Medicine alarm systems and Submits reports when required. - Directs and coordinate the Public Safety response to calls for service and alarms. - Maintain radio contract with Public Safety personnel to insure their safety. Public Safety Officer (PSO) Required Qualifications - High school diploma or GED - At least 21 years of age - Three to five years of experience in security or law enforcement required  - Ability to complete IAHSS Certification Training Program within 90 days of employment - Permanent Employee Registration Card (PERC), as defined in the Private Detective, - Valid Driver's License   Completion of the following Training/Certifications provided by UCM within the first 180 days of employment: - Illinois 20-Hour Unarmed Security Officer Certificate - Crisis Prevention Institute (CPI) Verbal Intervention Training/Certification - International Association of Health Safety and Security (IAHSS) Basic Certification - International Association of Health Safety and Security (IAHSS) Advanced Certification - CPR/AED Certification - Defensive Tactics - Handcuffing Certification - Use of Restraints   Preferred Qualifications - College preferred - At least one year in health care    Position Details - Job Type/FTE: Full-time (1.0) ; 8-hour shifts - Shift: Nights - Unit/Department: Security Department - CBA Code: Non-Union
Job ID
2023-66495
Department Name : Name
Facilities / Safety & Security - Hyde Park
Job Location : Location
US-IL-Chicago
Referral Bonus
No
Requisition Post Information* : Posted Date 3 months ago(11/30/2023 4:27 PM)
Join one of the nation’s most comprehensive academic medical centers, UChicago Medicine, as a Quality Program Manager for our Quality Performance Improvement Department.    In this role, the Quality Program Manager supports clinically-focused improvement endeavors to understand, improve and sustain high-value, patient-centered care across the community. Under the direction and in support of Clinical Excellence, QPI advances organizational priorities aligned with strategic and annual operating plans, Clinical Excellence Priority Scorecard Measures, and quality goals. In partnership with clinical and operational leaders, QPI team members implement sustainable improvements to ensure UChicago Medicine practices evidence-based care with high reliability, transform health care by testing new ways to deliver value-based care, and solve the challenging problems in healthcare through new innovations.   This position is focused on integration efforts of One UChicago Medicine QPI/Integration Management Office (IMO). Projects and initiatives will be focused on: - Designing and implementing systems and processes that function cohesively across the health system to improve operational efficiencies while maintaining quality, safety, and experience - Enhancement and optimization of shared service to support the growth and evolution of the One UChicago Health System   Quality Performance Improvement team members skillfully apply methods and tools within the core competencies of quality improvement and process improvement, project management, and group facilitation to achieve project aims aligned with organizational goals. Team members work effectively with diverse roles across the system to identify inefficiencies, develop solutions, and lead improvement initiatives across the system.   Essential Job Functions:  - Assist in the strategic planning, development and maintenance of cascading quality plans tied to long term quality goals - Partners with the quality physician lead to formulate long term strategic plan as well as annual goals, targets and plans - Oversees the prioritization and portfolio of quality projects in partnership with the QPI director and area quality leaders - Oversees the planning, design, implementation, and completion of the project as identified by the QPI director and sponsor - Execute the project plan and provides daily support for moving the project forward on large strategic initiatives. Collaborates and oversees the project management of projects within the program - Identifies and communicates alignment and impact of project plans on related projects within the QPI portfolio and across the organization - Designs a comprehensive approach to meet projective objectives that makes appropriate use traditional QI and PI tools. Applies novel methods to enable project success - Provides mentorship and guidance to UCM staff on use of QI tools/approaches. Teaches QI to healthcare professionals - Develop and carry out the strategy for the facilitation of large, complex, multidisciplinary meetings and design sessions - Develops coherent, actionable summaries from the input of many stakeholders generated during meetings and design sessions - Collaborate with data teams within UCM to ensure data and analytics needs of assigned projects are satisfied and garner the most effective clinical monitors and insight to drive improvement, while allowing for efficient analytics processes - Identify data collection and analysis needs as appropriate when relevant data does not exist electronically, design efficient data collection and analysis plans to meet those needs Qualifications: - Bachelor’s degree in a Health Care, Engineering, or Performance Improvement field or equivalent. - Possess a minimum of 5-7 years’ experience in a healthcare, performance improvement, project management, or other advanced position. - Exceptional communication and interpersonal skills with all levels of staff, including physicians and administrative staff. - Experience facilitating groups with many different stakeholders - Ability to elicit cooperation and maintain productive working relationships with internal and external leaders. - Knowledge of performance improvement techniques and methodologies. - Ability to lead complex, interrelated portfolio of projects, using program management tools and techniques. - Ability to set strategic vision for portfolio/ program and is accountable for all quality-related operations and goals in the focus area to have a major impact on clinical operations and outcomes in that area. - Ability to manage, interpret, and present data. - Self-motivated: given appropriate direction for goals, must be able to work autonomously in a sometimes ambiguous and changing environment Preferred Qualifications: - Master’s degree in Public Health, Health Care Administration, Business Administration, Nursing, or another health care-related field. - Possess a minimum of 5-7 years’ Performance Improvement experience in Hospital, or large Health System. - Experience with clinical terminology.   Position Details:  - Job Type/FTE: Full Time (1.0 FTE) - Shift: Days – 8 hour shift - Unit/Department: Quality Performance Improvement - CBA Code: Non-Union  Must comply with UCMC’s COVID-19 Vaccination requirement as a condition of employment. If you have already received the vaccination, you must provide proof as part of the pre-employment process. This is in addition to your compliance with the Flu Vaccination requirement as well. Medical and religious exemptions will be considered consistent with applicable law. Lastly, a pre-employment physical, drug screening, and background check are also required for all employees prior to hire.  
Job ID
2023-66487
Department Name : Name
Quality PI - Hyde Park
Job Location : Location
US-IL-Chicago
Referral Bonus
No
Requisition Post Information* : Posted Date 2 weeks ago(2/11/2024 12:40 PM)
Join UChicago Medicine, as a Staff Nurse in the Pre/Op Recovery.   A staff nurse is a registered professional nurse (RN) who manages patient centered care that is outcome directed. Patient centered care principles and professional nursing practice standards provide the foundation for the nurse to assess, plan, implement and evaluate the care provided.    The staff nurse assumes the primary responsibility and accountability for all patient care personally provided and that provided by those directly under her/his supervision.    Essential Job Functions - Utilizes appropriate assessment skills to determine patient needs.  - Develops a plan of care for those patients whose needs do not require the expertise of a Case Manager or collaborates with the Case Manager to develop a plan of care for specified patients. - Manager or collaborates with the Case Manager to develop a plan of care for specified patients. - Assumes charge nurse responsibilities as assigned by Care Center Director or Patient Care Manager. - Provides support to peers by assisting as needed, being a resource person and working as a team member. - Assists Care Center in development/attainment of goals and objectives. - Uses clinical pathways and/or plans of care incorporating standards of practice. - Assesses own need for professional growth and development and seeks appropriate resources to meeting needs. - Attends continuing education programs and participates in program evaluation.   Required Qualifications - RN Required - Associate Degree in Nursing; BSN degree or higher preferred. - Associate Degree Nurses are required to enroll in a BSN program within six (6) to nine (9) months of hire, and make progress toward and complete their BSN degree within 30 months. ADN nurses receive 100% tuition reimbursement towards a BSN degree from an accredited program. - Current RN Illinois license - Graduate of an approved school of nursing Preferred Qualifications   - BLS and ACLS - Previous ICU required; PACU/SICU preferred - PALS within 6 months of hire   Position Details - Job Type/FTE: 0.9 Full-Time - Shift: 8a-8p - Unit/Department: CCD 6 PACU - CBA Code: NNU  Organizational Overview - Click here to learn more about UChicago Medicine - Click here to learn more about our benefits - Click here to explore other career opportunities at UChicago Medicine
Job ID
2023-66483
Department Name : Name
CCD 6th Pre-Op Recovery - Hyde Park
Job Location : Location
US-IL-Chicago
Referral Bonus
Yes
Requisition Post Information* : Posted Date 3 months ago(11/24/2023 4:03 PM)
Join UChicago Medicine as a Nursing Support Assistant in our Hospital Medicine unit.   With the leadership of the Manager and the Clinical Supervisor, the Nursing Support Assistant (CNA) performs assigned supportive work in connection with the delivery of patient care, including functional tasks and skills.   Job Summary Performs activities which support the daily functions and operations of a patient care unit and the healthcare team. Provides constant observation and documentation of activity of assigned patient. Works under the direction of the Registered Nurse in the assigned area.   Essential Job Functions - Provides basic patient care activities including vital signs, enemas and basic tests such as glucoscan, hemacult and multistix - Assists patients with activities of daily living, as appropriate/assigned, using proper aseptic, isolation, and infection control techniques in performance of duties - Assists patients with personal hygiene, ambulation and nourishment/fluids - Completes procedures as assigned, such as collecting patient specimens and weighing patients. - Assists with discharge and transfer preparation of patients - Assists in the maintenance of the patient environment: makes patient beds, tidies patient room, and prepares patient room for admission and transfer - Assists with the maintenance of supplies/equipment and the environment. - Communicates and accurately documents activities onto the proper records or logs - Initiates CPR and calls a Dr. Cart - Performs receptionist duties for assigned area as requested Required Qualifications - High school diploma or equivalent - Must be listed on the IDPH Health Care Worker Registry (HCWR) as an Illinois CNA OR a nursing student who has passed the written competency exam and is listed on the HCWR. - CPR/BLS Certification  - Ability to read and write, perform simple mathematical calculations, follow oral and written instructions, perform variety of tasks without direct supervision and perform duties requiring continuous physical effort - Ability to effectively communicate verbally and/or in written form - Ability to work in partnership with management and staff - Occasional lifting may be heavy and awkward, over 50 lbs. - Moderate to extreme physical effort such as walking, standing, performing CPR, and lifting materials, equipment, objects and/or patients may be required - Vision, hearing, and sense of touch must be adequate to enable one to quickly and accurately perform tasks such as reading small print, defining details, sending and receiving clear and accurate oral communication - Frequent periods of concentrated or focused attention will be needed to interpret visual, auditory, and sensory inputs  Position Details - Job Type/FTE:  Full Time (0.90 FTE) - Shift: Nights, 7pm-7am - Unit/Department: 9E Hospital Medicine - CBA Code: 743 Union Must comply with UCMC’s COVID-19 Vaccination requirement as a condition of employment. If you have already received the vaccination, you must provide proof as part of the pre-employment process. This is in addition to your compliance with the Flu Vaccination requirement as well. Medical and religious exemptions will be considered consistent with applicable law. Lastly, a pre-employment physical, drug screening, and background check are also required for all employees prior to hire
Job ID
2023-66447
Department Name : Name
9E - Hospital Medicine - Hyde Park
Job Location : Location
US-IL-Chicago
Referral Bonus
No
Requisition Post Information* : Posted Date 3 months ago(12/1/2023 8:42 AM)
Join UChicago Medicine, as a Transplant Nurse Coordinator (RN) in our Kidney Transplant Program.   As a Transplant Nurse Coordinator (RN), you will provide and coordinate the care provided to patients who have had a kidney, and/or kidney/pancreas transplant. In collaboration with the multidisciplinary team, serves a fully effective member of the team, working alongside the multidisciplinary team.   In this role, the Transplant Nurse Coordinator is vital in the delivery of patient care and in the participation of the development of strategies to improve patient outcomes, satisfaction with service and cost effectiveness.  This role is accountable to patients and families for their education, discharge preparation, and follow up/management of their organ transplant. This role is accountable to peers for the advancement of evidence-based practices related to the post-transplant phase of care.    UChicago’s state of the art Transplant Institute provides exceptional, life-saving care to our patients and wonderful career opportunities for clinical staff and team members.   Essential Job Functions - Provides patient education and pertinent transplant information to post-transplant recipients. - Coordinates meetings with the patients and relevant team members to review the treatment plan - Monitors patient progress and answers questions related to their post-operative course - Participates in discharge planning with the multidisciplinary team - Evaluates patient compliance with their immunosuppressive regimen - Orders medication bags and interfaces with transplant financial coordinators to assure appropriate authorization for immunosuppression and other medications - Obtains appropriate insurance authorization and/or referrals for medications, diagnostic tests and procedures - Provides patient education to patients after discharge for reinforcement of necessary behaviors - Works directly with the multidisciplinary care team and coordinates care for post-transplant recipients. - Coordinates scheduling of all pre hospitalization medical procedures, diagnostic testing, clinic visits, and medication changes deemed necessary by physician/provider and/or protocol. - Communicates with providers concerning patient treatment regimens and related issues. - Notifies transplant team members of admissions when appropriate. - Coordinates patient admission to hospital when deemed necessary by physician/provider, and or protocol. Provides ongoing post-transplant care management. - Under physician/provider supervision, assists patients with medication management, prescription refills, and authorizations as required. - Coordinates data collection for post-transplant recipients. Completes the United Network for Organ Sharing (UNOS) forms required post-transplant. - Participates in patient-related consultations with physician staff as requested, including mandatory attendance at multidisciplinary meetings/rounds. - Communicates with referring physician during the outpatient phase as necessary.   Required Qualifications - Associate Degree in Nursing; BSN degree or higher preferred. - Associate Degree Nurses are required to enroll in a BSN program within six (6) to nine (9) months of hire, and make progress toward and complete their BSN degree within 30 months. ADN nurses receive 100% tuition reimbursement towards a BSN degree from an accredited program - Current licensure as a Registered Nurse in the State of Illinois - Must possess excellent decision-making and communication skills - Must possess effective teaching skills in working with patients and their families - Must possess basic computer skills   Transplant Nurse   - Master's in Nursing preferred - Preferred candidates will have five years' experience working with transplant patients - A combination of transplant and other related nursing experience may be considered Position Details - Job Type/FTE: 1.0, Full Time - Shift: Day 8am-5pm - Unit/Department: Liver Transplant - CBA Code: NNU Organizational Overview - Click here to learn more about UChicago Medicine - Click here to learn more about our benefits - Click here to explore other career opportunities at UChicago Medicine
Job ID
2023-66442
Department Name : Name
Transplant / Kidney - Hyde Park
Job Location : Location
US-IL-Chicago
Referral Bonus
Yes
Requisition Post Information* : Posted Date 3 months ago(11/14/2023 12:51 PM)
Join UChicago Medicine Care Network, as a Revenue Claims Coding Specialist, UCM Care Network in the Burr Ridge, IL location. In this role you will primarily support Administrative Support Workers. This opportunity offers remote flexibility within the surround states of IL.    LOCAL HYBRID REMOTE OPPORTUNITY  Revenue Claims Coding Specialist (RCCS) works under the supervision of the Manager, Revenue Claims Coding Specialist. The RCCS team works collaboratively with Primary Healthcare Associates (PHA) physicians assigned to his/her team/group in order to provide an optimal revenue cycle environment that is efficient, effective, comprehensive and compliant. The RCCS team also works collaboratively with the PHA practice managers, billing staff and when needed, insurance payers to support a highly efficient, effective, and compliant revenue cycle program. The typical work includes the entry of professional charges from charge tickets into EPIC, resolution of coding edits for all payers, revenue reconciliation, identify and/or organize appropriate education for physicians. Effective communication with management, providers and practice directors will be key. The Revenue Claims Coding Specialist will also be responsible for the completion of all work assignments in a proficient and accurate manner; meeting productivity and quality standards set by the Revenue Claims Coding Specialist Manager.   Essential Functions/Responsibilities:  - Works directly with manager as assigned to charges from PHA providers for non-office based services, i.e. inpatient, outpatient surgery, dialysis and nursing home visits to facilitate charge entry, resolve coding and charging issues for all payers (NCCI, OCE, MUE, LCD, payer custom edits), including but not limited to denials and disputes - Serves as a charging/coding resource supporting physician’s/provider’s revenue capture. As such, organizes charge tickets for timely entry into EPIC. - Review medical documentation for assigning billing modifiers to insurance claims where appropriate and applicable. Works assigned work ques daily with the goal to complete all assigned tasks - Perform charge reconciliation and work with the physicians/providers and/or practice managers in instances of missing charges/ revenue; with the optimal goal of ensuring the missing revenue gets posted and realized - Routinely communicates with manager and where possible, providers, practice administrators, billing staff and payers as needed to discuss clinical questions with respect to coding assignment or resolution of edits in a courteous and professional manner. Provide appropriate feedback to manager and provider for education on trends identified from errors or payer denials. Participate in meeting with provider, practice manager as assigned by manager to improve the overall claims, revenue cycle, and business functions of the practice. - Attends and participates in team meetings to discuss coding/charging issues and participates on projects as requested. Maintains current knowledge of all billing and compliance policies, procedures and regulations and attends appropriate training sessions as required. Meets all productivity and quality expectations and participates in all scheduled audits and performs other duties as assigned. - Meets all productivity and quality expectations and participates in all scheduled audits and performs other duties as assigned. Required Qualifications - Ability to identify trends and recommend solutions to billing and revenue cycle processes and problems. - Coding certification through AAPC or AHIMA required. - Coding certification required: CPC (Certified. Professional Coder), CCS (Certified Coding Specialist), CCS-P (Certified Coding Specialist Physician) - High school diploma required. Associate or bachelor’s degree in a health-care information or health care finance related field preferred. - Proven working knowledge of professional billing of CPT (Current Procedural Terminology) and ICD (International Classification of Diseases) coding systems required. - Knowledge of Federal billing regulations governing Medicare and Medicaid programs and working knowledge of other managed care and indemnity (third party) payer requirements. - Must possess a working knowledge of Local and National Coverage Determination policies (LCD’s and NCD’s), Ambulatory Payment Classification (APC) related edits such as the National Correct Coding Initiative (NCCI) and Outpatient Code Editor (OCE). - Must be proficient in Microsoft Excel and Word - Must be highly analytical and have excellent written and verbal communication skills.   Preferred Qualifications - Epic experience strongly preferred. - Prior experience working EM(Evaluation Management. - Experience with provider E&M education strongly preferred.   Position Details - Job Type/FTE: Full Time (1.0 FTE) - Shift: Days/ Monday-Friday 8am-4:30pm - Location: Burr Ridge when required to come in office  - CBA Code: Non-Union Must comply with UCMC’s COVID-19 Vaccination requirement as a condition of employment. If you have already received the vaccination, you must provide proof as part of the pre-employment process. This is in addition to your compliance with the Flu Vaccination requirement as well. Medical and religious exemptions will be considered consistent with applicable law. Lastly, a pre-employment physical, drug screening, and background check are also required for all employees prior to hire.
Job ID
2023-66430
Department Name : Name
CMG Administration - Hyde Park UCM
Job Location : Location
US-IL-Burr Ridge
Job Type
Regular
Referral Bonus
No
Requisition Post Information* : Posted Date 3 months ago(11/16/2023 7:33 AM)
We're hiring a Nurse Practitioner for Cardiac Surgery on full-time day shift at the University of Chicago Medical Center in Hinsdale, Illinois!   The Nurse Practitioner (NP) is an advance practice nurse responsible for comprehensive direct patient care management. The Nurse Practitioner manages a caseload of patients and exercises autonomous decision making in the assessment, diagnosis and initiation of delegated medical treatments. The scope of practice includes family support, discharge planning, staff education, consultation and research.   In this role, you will utilize advanced assessment skills and knowledge of clinical therapeutics to evaluate, diagnose and manage patients. The Nurse Practitioner orders and interprets appropriate diagnostic tests, therapeutic interventions and prescribes pharmacological agents as necessary. As a Nurse Practitioner you will maintain continuity of patient care through patient follow-up, monitoring of patient progress and modifying plan of care as necessary. The NP applies knowledge of new technology and resources demonstrating advanced or specialized expertise.   Required Qualifications - Master's of Science in Nursing required - Current and/or eligibility for State of Illinois RN and APN licensure/registration required - Must be certified as a Nurse Practitioner by the American Nurse's Credentialing Center or American Academy of Nurse Practitioners - Must have or be able to qualify for Illinois and DEA prescribing numbers  Licenses/Certifications - Current RN Illinois license and Advanced Practice Nurse - Must have or be able to qualify for Illinois and DEA prescribing numbers    Position Details - Job Type/FTE: Full-Time, 1.0 FTE - Shift: 4 10 hour days, no weekends - Unit/Department: 374581- APN Billing - CBA Code: Non-Union 
Job ID
2023-66408
Department Name : Name
Heart & Vascular Admin - Hyde Park
Job Location : Location
US-IL-Hinsdale
Referral Bonus
Yes
Requisition Post Information* : Posted Date 3 months ago(11/15/2023 3:09 PM)
 Join UChicago Medicine as an Experience Improvement & Innovation Program Manager (Employee Engagement & Patient Experience). This position is based out of Ingalls.    Job Summary - Experience Improvement & Innovation Program Manager (Employee Engagement & Patient Experience)   Our success depends on creating positive healthcare experiences for those that we provide service. The Patient Experience Improvement Program Manager will be responsible for setting and executing UCM’s experience improvement and innovation programs. In this role the Patient Experience Program Manager will: Develop and maintain a programmatic approach to experience improvement through leadership partnerships, staff engagement, coaching and advisory functions to integrate best practices that effectively focuses on continuous service improvement. The Program Manager leads the strategic deployment of programmatic solutions related to communication programs and interactive patient care technology innovation, to name a few. The Program Manager would essentially provide change management guidance and leadership in enterprise-wide improvement strategies.  Oversight of direct and indirect reports in the coaching program, this role would also be responsible for integrating patient voice throughout the E3 transformational efforts and optimize the use of innovative solutions to advance patient experience outcomes.   Essential Job Functions - Experience Improvement & Innovation Program Manager (Employee Engagement & Patient Experience)   **The Manager of Experience Improvement and Innovation in the Patient Experience and Engagement Program partners and collaborates with leadership to elevate the patient experience and cultivate a culture where exceptional experiences occur for everyone, every day. Communicates and facilitates understanding and use of outcomes associated with systems and procedures that impact patient care. Utilizing a strengths-based approach to lead enterprise-wide efforts to engage employees and advance patient experience goals for UChicago Medicine.  ** - Serve as a champion for patient experience across UCM.   - Partner with UCM’s leadership to assess, remediate opportunities for programmatic experience improvement opportunities.  - Drive large–scale experience communication program integration improvement initiatives through building leadership/stakeholder partnerships and engagement, providing project management and change management expertise. - Serve as a coach and advisor to service line leaders to demonstrate appreciative inquiry, staff recognition efforts through institution-wide programs and integrate all patient voice feedback to drive and shape improvement strategies. - Manage team of direct and indirect staff from the PEEPs program as well as the therapeutic relationships coaches program in order to elevate service, build trust and loyalty with patients and families and drive a culture of caring throughout the enterprise, accomplished through daily operational management, performance evaluations and mentorship. - Lead the identification, due diligence, and innovation of integrated technology for patient and family engagement through optimization practices and partnerships with leaders and staff.  - Serve as a coach to enhancement efforts to align innovation with maximizing patient experience outcome measures. Serve as subject matter experts on committees for integration of patient engagement. - Deploy awareness and processes for advancing the inclusion of patient voice in enterprise-wide improvement and sustainment strategies. - Partner with service line leaders to align strategies across for optimal performance. - Partner with clinical, financial and operational data analysts to provide strategic insights and recommendations for further exploration. - Participates in the development and implementation of patient experience programs and evidence-based practices. Develops and prioritizes internal communication and customer needs to improve hospital-wide awareness and engagement in employees, physicians, and patient experience results. - Collaborates with leadership at the entity and system level in identifying and implementing innovative models and best practices emphasizing patient experience. - Performs other duties assigned. Qualifications - Experience Improvement & Innovation Program Manager (Employee Engagement & Patient Experience) - Bachelor’s degree required. Master’s Degree in health / hospitality / business field strongly preferred. - In-depth knowledge and experience of Health Systems. - 2+ years of healthcare experience or more preferred. - 3-5 years of project management and/or change management experience. - Demonstrated strong project management, time management, analytical, and organizational skills. - Interest to manage multiple projects/initiatives simultaneously. - Ability to build trusting relationships with leadership and lead through influence. - Exceptional skills in facilitation, presentation, communication and relationship management skills. - Ability to motivate and engage team members. License/Certifications - Experience Improvement & Innovation Program Manager (Employee Engagement & Patient Experience) - Clinical background / training a plus, but not required. - Coach certified a plus, but not required.
Job ID
2023-66401
Department Name : Name
Senior Management Group - Hyde Park
Job Location : Location
US-IL-Harvey
Referral Bonus
No
Requisition Post Information* : Posted Date 3 weeks ago(2/5/2024 6:15 PM)
Job ID
2023-66394
Department Name : Name
Physical Therapy - Hyde Park
Requisition Post Information* : Posted Date 3 months ago(11/24/2023 3:52 PM)
Join UChicago Medicine as a Nursing Support Assistant in our General Medicine unit.   With the leadership of the Manager and the Clinical Supervisor, the Nursing Support Assistant (CNA) performs assigned supportive work in connection with the delivery of patient care, including functional tasks and skills.   Job Summary Performs activities which support the daily functions and operations of a patient care unit and the healthcare team. Provides constant observation and documentation of activity of assigned patient. Works under the direction of the Registered Nurse in the assigned area.   Essential Job Functions - Provides basic patient care activities including vital signs, enemas and basic tests such as glucoscan, hemacult and multistix - Assists patients with activities of daily living, as appropriate/assigned, using proper aseptic, isolation, and infection control techniques in performance of duties - Assists patients with personal hygiene, ambulation and nourishment/fluids - Completes procedures as assigned, such as collecting patient specimens and weighing patients. - Assists with discharge and transfer preparation of patients - Assists in the maintenance of the patient environment: makes patient beds, tidies patient room, and prepares patient room for admission and transfer - Assists with the maintenance of supplies/equipment and the environment. - Communicates and accurately documents activities onto the proper records or logs - Initiates CPR and calls a Dr. Cart - Performs receptionist duties for assigned area as requested Required Qualifications - High school diploma or equivalent - Must be listed on the IDPH Health Care Worker Registry (HCWR) as an Illinois CNA OR a nursing student who has passed the written competency exam and is listed on the HCWR. - CPR/BLS Certification  - Ability to read and write, perform simple mathematical calculations, follow oral and written instructions, perform variety of tasks without direct supervision and perform duties requiring continuous physical effort - Ability to effectively communicate verbally and/or in written form - Ability to work in partnership with management and staff - Occasional lifting may be heavy and awkward, over 50 lbs. - Moderate to extreme physical effort such as walking, standing, performing CPR, and lifting materials, equipment, objects and/or patients may be required - Vision, hearing, and sense of touch must be adequate to enable one to quickly and accurately perform tasks such as reading small print, defining details, sending and receiving clear and accurate oral communication - Frequent periods of concentrated or focused attention will be needed to interpret visual, auditory, and sensory inputs  Position Details - Job Type/FTE:  Part Time (0.60 FTE) - Shift: Nights, 7pm-7am - Unit/Department: 5NE Hospital Medicine  - CBA Code: 743 Union   Must comply with UCMC’s COVID-19 Vaccination requirement as a condition of employment. If you have already received the vaccination, you must provide proof as part of the pre-employment process. This is in addition to your compliance with the Flu Vaccination requirement as well. Medical and religious exemptions will be considered consistent with applicable law. Lastly, a pre-employment physical, drug screening, and background check are also required for all employees prior to hire
Job ID
2023-66375
Department Name : Name
5NE Hospital Medicine - Hyde Park
Job Location : Location
US-IL-Chicago
Referral Bonus
No
Requisition Post Information* : Posted Date 3 months ago(11/13/2023 1:57 PM)
The Hospital at Home Nurse Navigator (PART TIME)  is responsible for providing high-quality discharge planning, care coordination, and follow-up care for patients involved in the UChicago Medicine’s Acute Hospital Care at Home model.  The Hospital at Home nurse navigator will act as a patient advocate, utilizing critical thinking skills to perform timely care coordination. Care Coordination will meet individual’s unique healthcare needs and promote positive outcomes during the acute stay and for any additional follow up care that is required after discharge. The position requires care coordination competencies to explain and educate patients and caregivers on the unique care plan, technologies, and processes of the acute care at home model. Adheres to National Patient Safety Goals as appropriate, based on the level of patient contact this position requires. Essential Job Functions: Core Functions: - Maintains the ability to work with a designated caseload and deal with rapidly changing priorities. - Demonstrates the ability to collaborate with multidisciplinary teams for successful transitions to the home setting and when discharged from the model. - Identifies, plans, and facilitates strategies to provide appropriate clinical health coaching to support patients with self-management of their acute and chronic disease and lifestyle changes to mitigate health risk once discharged from the Acute Hospital Care at Home model. - Identifies patients who require community support and facilitates a comprehensive approach to the social determinants of health to help patients overcome obstacles that keep them from receiving the care they need. - Ensures that all critical elements of the care plan and transition of care plan have been communicated to physician, multi-disciplinary team, patient and family including expediting teaching needs. - Navigate patients and families across the continuum of the UChicago Medicine Hospital at Home phases of care. - Monitor and escalate biometric data per UChicago Medicine Hospital at Home protocols. - Conduct audio/visual patient care visits as directed by the care team and/or protocol. - Ensure all interventions in the patient's care plan are implemented efficiently with a patient centered approach. - Leverage the resources and expertise of the UChicago Medicine partners and supplier partners to implement collaborative workflows, standards, policies, protocols, guidelines and documentation systems to support safe, reliable, high-quality, evidence-based care with clinical protocols as the foundation. - Adhere to the clinical protocols and be willing to obtain the necessary training to provide care within the context of the providing evidence-based care. - Promote professional practice and a culture of safety; willingness to engage in process improvement efforts. - Completes tasks related to transition of care outreach, documentation, and follow-up care.   - Clinical Roles and Responsibilities: - Provide protocol driven assessment, care coordination and interventions as appropriate informed by UChicago Medicine Hospital at Home protocols for diverse patient populations. - Exhibit sound clinical decision making and critical thinking skills. - Maintain and practice in accordance with nursing guidelines per state and hospital regulations. - Facilitate admissions to Hospital at Home utilizing UChicago Medicine Hospital at Home guidelines. - Utilize nursing knowledge to identify, prevent and/or solve complex acute and/or recurring patient care problems. - Share expertise with the multidisciplinary team and serve as a resource to staff in area(s) of expertise. - Support research efforts to advance knowledge and promote evidence-based practice. - Performs other duties as assigned and pays close attention to detail and accuracy of documentation of records along with proficient use of multiple databases and IT resources. - Maintains ongoing member case load for regular outreach and management. - Explain and educate patients and caregivers on the unique care plan, technologies, and processes of the acute care at home model. - Must be comfortable with adopting new technologies and able to clearly articulate their use to patients. Qualifications: - Associate Degree required - 5 years of Registered Nurse experience in an acute care setting.  - Must be able to communicate effectively in English. - Demonstration of core competencies will be completed within 90 days. Completion of all position-specific unit specific competencies within 12 months. Licensure/Certifications: - Current RN Illinois license. - Current BLS certification upon hire, or completion within 30 days of hire required. This is a part time position.  Benefit eligible Every other weekend 8am-4:30PM- 
Job ID
2023-66341
Department Name : Name
Center for Transformative Care - Hyde Park
Job Location : Location
US-IL-Chicago
Referral Bonus
No
Requisition Post Information* : Posted Date 3 months ago(11/13/2023 11:39 AM)
UChicago Medicine Medical Group seeks an exceptional Cardiothoracic Surgeon for Methodist Hospital in Merrillville, Indiana. The University of Chicago Medicine has partnered with Methodist Hospital to staff its cardiovascular/ thoracic surgery.    Cardiothoracic SurgeonPhysician Roles and Responsibilities - Provides and manages direct patient care, including physical examinations, evaluations, assessments, diagnoses and treatment, and procedures for a specified patient population - Prescribes pharmaceuticals, other medications, and treatment regimens as appropriate to assessed medical conditions - Refers patients to other specialists and to relevant patient care components as appropriate - Directs and coordinates the patient care activities of nursing, other health care professionals, and support staff, as required - Follows established UCM Care Network departmental policies, procedures, and objectives, continuous quality improvement objectives, and safety, environmental, and/or infection control standards - As appropriate to the position, participates in specified health promotion, education and/or prevention programs - Ability to work both independently and in a team environment   Required Skills and Qualifications - Unrestricted Medical License in Illinois and Indiana - Completed a US Residency Program - Board certified or Board Eligible by the American Board of Thoracic Surgery or its equivalent - Completed an accredited fellowship or equivalent training in cardiovascular/ thoracic (CVT) surgery.  - 3-5 years of experience is preferred   Opportunity Highlights - Competitive compensation package, including a 2-year base guarantee - Exceptional benefits – Medical, dental, retirement, time off, and CME allowance - Exceptional staffing support   About UChicago Medicine Medical Group - UChicago Medicine Medical Group is aligned with The University of Chicago Medicine.  With a history dating to 1927, the University of Chicago Medicine is a not-for-profit academic health system with hospitals, outpatient clinics and physician practices throughout Chicago and the suburbs, including Northwest Indiana. - UChicago Medicine Medical Group is growing rapidly, to bring the forefront of medicine to communities throughout Chicagoland and Northwest Indiana. - We support physicians in providing outstanding care in the community.   Interested candidates please contact: Kayla Scheiding Email: Kayla.scheiding@uchicagomedicine.org
Job ID
2023-66339
Department Name : Name
CT SURGERY METHODIST
Job Location : Location
US-IN-Merrillville
Job Type
Regular
Requisition Post Information* : Posted Date 3 months ago(11/13/2023 10:25 AM)
Cardiology Physician, Job, UChicago Medicine Medical Group Join a patient centered collegial, supportive, and friendly team whose mission is to provide superior health care in a compassionate manner, ever mindful of each patient’s dignity and individuality. UChicago Medicine Medical Group takes pride in supporting motivated providers in delivering outstanding care in the community.    UChicago Medicine Medical Group seeks an exceptional General Cardiologist for our outpatient practice in Orland Park, Illinois.   Cardiology Physician Roles and Responsibilities - Provides and manages direct patient care, including physical examinations, evaluations, assessments, diagnoses, and treatment for a specified patient population - Prescribes pharmaceuticals, other medications, and treatment regimens as appropriate to assessed medical conditions - Refers patients to specialists and to relevant patient care components as appropriate - Directs and coordinates the patient care activities of nursing and support staff as required - As appropriate to the position, participates in specified health promotion and/or education programs - Ability to observe, assess, and record symptoms, reactions, and progress - Knowledge of legal and ethical standards for the delivery of medical care - Knowledge of relevant drugs and non-pharmaceutical patient care aids and ability to prescribe dosages and instruct patients in correct usage - Knowledge of related accreditation and certification requirements - Knowledge of current principles, methods and procedures for the delivery of medical evaluation, diagnosis and treatment in area of expertise - Ability to work both independently and in a team environment - Effective verbal and written communication skills   Required Skills and Qualifications - Medical License in Illinois - Board certified or Board Eligible in Specified Area of Medical Specialty - 3-5 years of experience is preferred - Completed a US Residency Program   Opportunity Highlights - Cardiology practice - 100% outpatient  - Competitive compensation package, including a 2-year base guarantee - Exceptional benefits – Medical, dental, retirement, time off, and CME allowance - Monday-Friday practice - Dedicated Medical Assistant, plus Registered Nurse staffing support   About UChicago Medicine Medical Group - UChicago Medicine Medical Group is aligned with The University of Chicago Medicine.  With a history dating to 1927, the University of Chicago Medicine is a not-for-profit academic health system with hospitals, outpatient clinics and physician practices throughout Chicago and the suburbs - UChicago Medicine Medical Group is growing rapidly, to bring the forefront of medicine to communities throughout Chicagoland - We support physicians in providing outstanding care in the community - UChicago Medicine Medical Group's outpatient facilities are conveniently located throughout Chicago and surrounding suburbs   Interested candidates please contact: Kayla Scheiding Email: Kayla.scheiding@uchicagomedicine.org
Job ID
2023-66337
Job Location : Location
US-IL-Orland Park
Job Type
Regular
Requisition Post Information* : Posted Date 3 months ago(11/27/2023 9:26 AM)
Join UChicago Medicine at Crown Point, as a EEG Technologist in our Neurophysiology Department.    Come be a vital part of our team as a EEG Technologist at our cutting-edge facility in Crown Point! UChicago Medicine, Crown Point is a new two-story, 130,000-square-foot multispecialty care center and micro-hospital in Northwest Indiana for what will be the academic health system's largest off-site facility and its first freestanding building in Indiana.  It is anticipating an opening in Spring 2024.     Essential Job Functions - Explains procedure ,Answers pertinent procedure questions -Documents medical history and other relevant information from the patient, patient's chart or physician. - Utilizing paste or adhesive tapes to , apply electrodes according to the 10/20 System -Adds additional placements according to 10/10 Modified Nomenclature System under indirect supervision as needed. - Obtains standard or extended recordings in outpatient area or as a portable study in the ER, ICU, NICU, EMU, radiology or inpatient wards. - Recognizes artifacts and takes appropriate steps to eliminate them utilizing intermediate troubleshooting techniques. - Appropriately monitors other variables such as EKG, EMG, EOG, or respirations as technically or clinically indicated. - Uses activation procedures such as hyperventilation, photic stimulation and sleep, when appropriate and demonstrates additional activation procedures when necessary. - Selects electrode combinations and demonstrates skill in creating new montages and equipment settings for electroencephalographic recordings when clinically indicated. - Selects electrode combinations and demonstrates skill in creating new montages and equipment settings for electroencephalographic recordings when clinically indicated under indirect supervision. - Ability to correctly identify normal and abnormal EEG patterns. - Summarizes the recording for the purpose of informing the physician of abnormalities observed during the test. - Keeps equipment clean and in good operating condition. - Familiar with diagnostic trouble shooting techniques, notifying supervisor of problems. - Plays a role in the general flow and operation of the EEG Lab and EMU including billing, logging, filing, and archiving. - Performs other duties assigned. - Provides guidance to junior technicians. - Can obtain advanced recordings in Evoked Potentials OR Assist with NCS/NCV procedures and assist physician with EMG Procedure OR Can obtain advanced recordings in WADA, Ballon Occulsions, Epilepsy Monitoring, and EEG monitoring with PET under indirect supervision. Required Qualifications - Graduated from Electroneurodiagnostic (END) Program preferred. - 3.5 or more years’ experience working in a clinical EEG setting – OR - Board certification from ABRET [American Board of Registration of Electroencephalographic and Evoked. - Potential Technologists] in R.EEG.T [Registered Electroencephalographic Technologist] or R.EP.T [Registered Evoked Potential Technologist] with 6 months experience working in a clinical EEG setting OR - Board certification from AAET [American Association of Electrodiagnostic Technologists] in R.NCS.T [registered Nerve Conduction Studies Technologist] with 6 months experience working in a clinical EMG setting. - Competency in all aspects of the EEG Technician, Evoked Potential Technician or Nerve Conduction Studies Technician. - Basic PC and Microsoft™ Windows® knowledge - ENDT Program Certificate Preferred Position Details - Job Type/FTE: Registry- 0.10 - Shift: Day - Unit/Department: Neurophysiology - Crown Point - CBA Code: Non-Union Must comply with UCMC’s COVID-19 Vaccination requirement as a condition of employment. If you have already received the vaccination, you must provide proof as part of the pre-employment process. This is in addition to your compliance with the Flu Vaccination requirement as well. Medical and religious exemptions will be considered consistent with applicable law. Lastly, a pre-employment physical, drug screening, and background check are also required for all employees prior to hire.
Job ID
2023-66315
Department Name : Name
Neurophysiology - Crown Point
Job Location : Location
US-IN-Crown Point
Referral Bonus
No

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