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Physical Therapist
International Community Health Services PACE - Seattle, WA
Full Time Position

Physical Therapist will be part of an IDT to provide PT insight to our participant's care plans. This position is tasked with conducting in-person physical therapy assessments, planning physical therapy treatment programs, supervising a PTA to care out therapy sessions, among other responsibilities. For more details please reach out to me in the contact listed.
Link: https://www.ichs.com/careers
MSW
PNW PACE Partners
PACE MSW, Full Time
Link: https://www.linkedin.com/jobs/search/?currentJobId=2777261535&geoId=104976816&keywords=pace&location=Tacoma%2C%20Washington%2C%20United%20States
Compliance Manager
Center for Elders Independence
The Manager of Contacts and Compliance will serve as Compliance lead. This position works closely cross functionally to maximize operational and financial efficiency and to ensure CEI compliance with state and federal regulations. This position will report to the Director of Contracts and Compliance.
Link: https://cei.elders.org/
Center Director
Center for Elders' Independence
The Center Director serves as the PACE Center Leader who is responsible for ensuring the mission and purpose of providing high quality, individualized, and culturally directed services are delivered to program participants as designed by their care plans. The Center Director facilitates regular interdisciplinary team meetings to ensure the care plan goals and services are planned and implemented and interfaces with participants and staff to ensure high level of customer service and detail. The Center Director promotes the PACE model of operations to internal and external customers to achieve ongoing census growth and satisfaction with services and implements continuous process improvement projects to serve the community to a high level of excellence.


Link: https://jobs.jobvite.com/center-for-elders-independence/job/o59Vgfw9
Clinic RN Supervisor
Center for Elders' Independence
Under the supervision of the Vice President of Clinical Operations, the Clinic Supervisor is responsible for the overall planning, management, implementation and coordination of the nursing care services provided in the CEI clinic. The Clinic Supervisor trains and evaluates clinic nurses, medical assistants and medical clerks. The Clinic Supervisor ensures that the participants are appropriately screened and patient flow is efficient and well coordinated. The Clinic Supervisor ensures that the clinic communication with other program staff and other people involved in the care of the participants is appropriate and timely.
Link: https://jobs.jobvite.com/center-for-elders-independence/job/oRREgfwm
Day Center Supervisor
Center for Elders' Independence
Under the supervision of the Center Director, the Day Center Supervisor manages the daily operations of the CEI PACE program day center. Responsibilities include the planning, coordination and implementation of all activities in the Day Center as well as the supervision of the Center Geriatric Aides, Activities Manager and Aide and the Center Administrative Assistant. The Day Center Supervisor is responsible for overseeing all aspects of selected operational areas at the assigned center. These operations may include but not limited to clinical support, participant personal care, recreational activities, administrative, meals and participant transportation. The Day Center Supervisor promotes the PACE model of operations to internal and external customers to achieve ongoing census growth and satisfaction with services and implements continuous process improvement projects to serve the community to a high level of excellence.
Link: https://jobs.jobvite.com/center-for-elders-independence/job/ozZ5gfwD
Day Center Supervisor
Center for Elders' Independence
Under the supervision of the Center Director, the Day Center Supervisor manages the daily operations of the CEI PACE program day center. Responsibilities include the planning, coordination and implementation of all activities in the Day Center as well as the supervision of the Center Geriatric Aides, Activities Manager and Aide and the Center Administrative Assistant. The Day Center Supervisor is responsible for overseeing all aspects of selected operational areas at the assigned center. These operations may include but not limited to clinical support, participant personal care, recreational activities, administrative, meals and participant transportation. The Day Center Supervisor promotes the PACE model of operations to internal and external customers to achieve ongoing census growth and satisfaction with services and implements continuous process improvement projects to serve the community to a high level of excellence.
Link: https://jobs.jobvite.com/center-for-elders-independence/job/ovZ5gfwz
Supervisor, Claims
Center for Elders' Independence
Under the supervision of the Chief Financial Officer, the Supervisor for Claims position is responsible for overseeing the daily operations of claims examiners and claims department. This includes planning, development of policies and procedures, quality monitoring, improving efficiency of processes, and increasing claims automation. Focusing on staff development, with the ability to foster and build a team environment is essential.
Link: https://jobs.jobvite.com/center-for-elders-independence/job/oxYvhfw1
Nurse Functional Manager
Center for Elders' Independence
Under the supervision of the Vice President of Clinical Operations, the Nursing FunctionalManager is responsible for the clinical and administrative management of the PACE Clinics and Home Health Nursing, including initiation, planning, implementation, and improving nursing services with an emphasis on providing quality participant care. Supports the clinical operations in interviewing, hiring, and onboarding of nursing staff. Provides clinical leadership to train, coach, and develop nursing personnel that adds value and are aligned with organizational performance and quality measures. The Nursing Functional Manager is responsible for the overall clinical functions focusing on effective and efficient operations of the clinic and home health services to provide value-based care in the PACE setting (center or home-based).
Link: https://jobs.jobvite.com/center-for-elders-independence/job/oCHrhfwL
Primary Care Physician
Center for Elders' Independence
Under the direction of the Chief Medical Officer, the Primary Care Physician is responsible for the medical care of participants enrolled in the PACE program. The Primary Care Physician provides leadership to educate interdisciplinary team (IDT) members regarding medical issues and works collaboratively with clinic leadership and site managers to ensure clinic and site function well. The Primary Care Physician role models a collaborative partnership with the family and other caregivers to ensure that all the participants medical and non-medical care needs are met.

The Primary Care Physician will be responsible for the overall supervision of nurse practitioner’s furnishing/ordering activities, including providing consultation and evaluation the furnishing/ordering activities (e.g., by periodic chart reviews) and will be available in person or by telecommunications for consultation when indicated by the participant’s medical condition or by the nature of the therapeutic intervention.
Link: https://jobs.jobvite.com/center-for-elders-independence/job/otcbgfwQ
Nutrition and Dietetics Functional Manager
Center for Elders' Independence
Please note: The Nutrition & Dietetics Functional Manager position will be floating to all of our Centers (Oakland, Berkeley, San Leandro, Concord) as needed to perform job duties.

Under the supervision of the Vice President of Operations, the Nutrition and Clinical Dietetic Services Functional Manager is responsible for administrative and business management of PACE’s Nutrition and Dietetic program and emphasizes providing quality participant care, including the planning, implementing, and improving nutrition dietetic services. Supports the center operations in recruitment, hiring, and onboarding of registered dietitian nutritionists. Provides the overall leadership to train, and develop technical expertise of registered dietitian nutritionists, food preparation, and service aligned with organizational performance and quality measures.
Link: https://jobs.jobvite.com/center-for-elders-independence/job/oQM6gfwI
Social Work Functional Manager
Center for Elders' Independence
Under the supervision of the Vice President of Operations, the Social Work Functional Manager is responsible for the administrative and business management of PACE Social Services including the planning, implementing and improving of social services with an emphasis on providing quality participant care. Supports the center operations in recruitment, hiring and onboarding of social workers. Provides clinical leadership to train, and develop technical expertise of social workers along with Social Work Leads that add value and are aligned with organizational performance and quality measures. The Social Work Functional Manager is responsible for collaborating and integrating mental health networks, clinical and other community resources into the PACE Social Services departments.

Please note: The SW Functional Manager position will float to all of our Centers (Oakland, Berkeley, San Leandro, Concord) as needed to perform job duties.
Link: https://jobs.jobvite.com/center-for-elders-independence/job/oqO6gfwk
Transportation Director
Center for Elders' Independence
The Transportation Director is responsible for providing safe, efficient and reliable transportation to all Participants, to and from the Day Health Centers, internal and outside medical appointments, as well as to CEI functions. This involves supervising the Transportation Fleet and Training Coordinator, Manager Dispatch Communication Center, and a team of Road Supervisors and Drivers, coordinating resources and directing operations.
Link: https://jobs.jobvite.com/center-for-elders-independence/job/o7snhfwX
Account Manager - Healthcare
Center for Elders' Independence
As an Account Manager you will work independently in the field, developing account relationships and generating leads from industry partners and the community. Working in a collaborative environment you’ll receive the training, tools, and support you’ll need to effectively conduct follow-up appointments with qualified leads, conduct home and virtual assessments of prospective participants, prepare comprehensive case presentations, and generate new enrollment applications.
Link: https://jobs.jobvite.com/center-for-elders-independence/job/o8S1gfw1
Nurse Analyst/RN Intake Coordinator
Center for Elders' Independence
The RN/Intake Coordinator critically reviews nursing assessments, provider assessments and other medical records and histories of PACE participants and potential participants to identify skilled nursing needs and information pertinent to Level of Care (LOC) determinations. This position identifies and obtains additional information that may be pertinent but is not in submitted records, completes and submits "Level of Care" letters to the State of California. As part of the Member Services team, the RN/Intake Coordinator also participates in outreach activities and prospect assessments as needed and helps train staff in Medical understanding.
Link: https://jobs.jobvite.com/center-for-elders-independence/job/oqtCffwu
Director of Government Affairs
Center for Elders' Independence
The Director of Government Affairs is responsible for developing and implementing the legislative and regulatory priorities of Center for Elders Independence. Under the direction of the Chief Executive Officer (CEO), this incumbent will assist the CEO with the development and implementation of legislative, regulatory and policy activities at the federal, state and local level designed to advance CEI’s mission. The Director will maintain relationships with Federal, State and local government, legislative and regulatory offices, executive leadership, community stakeholders, contracted lobbyists and trade associations to ensure policy priorities are communicated effectively. In addition, the incumbent will be responsible for researching various health care policy topics as it relates to Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE), Long-Term Supports and Services (LTSS), Medi-Cal managed care, Medicare Advantage, and other related topics. This includes providing strategic analyses, writing letters, whitepapers, and other documents that are used by the Board of Directors, executive leadership, and strategic partners.
Link: https://jobs.jobvite.com/center-for-elders-independence/job/ocfyhfw0
Physical Therapy Assistant
Pace of Southwest Michigan, INc.
Job Summary

Responsible for providing treatment procedures as directed by the Physical Therapist.

Key Responsibilities

Assists in performing treatment as developed and directed by the Physical Therapist (PT)

Conducts nursing home and home site visits as needed/directed by the PT

Maintains and completes documentation, department records and reports

Operates and maintains equipment in a safe and orderly manner

Uses appropriate safety measures when providing care and perform other job duties

Delivers training to caregivers, family members and friends for the applicable area of treatment plan, under the direction of the PT

Completes home visits when directed

Assist the PT in reviewing restorative care plans

Abides by all established PACE of Southwest Michigan policies, rules, and regulations

All other duties as assigned
Home Care Coordinator Nurse
Pace of Southwest Michigan, INc.
We are seeking experienced Home Care L.P.N.'s and R.N.'s - Full Time Hours, Part Time Hours or PRN to join our team!

NOW OFFERING SIGN ON BONUSES up to $3,000 for L.P.N.'s and R.N.'s !

(Speak with Human Resources for bonus details)

The Registered Nurse/Licensed Practical Nurse has the responsibility for providing direct and indirect nursing care to participants in the PACE Center and in the community. Works under the direct supervision of the Medical Director or designee but is independent in the application of advanced nursing knowledge and skills in all settings. Manages complex clinical situations for which he/she is responsible. May be utilized in the PACE Clinic or in the community in participant homes.

Education: Graduate of an accredited school of nursing with RN degree, or LPN

Home Care Coordinator Nurse Experience: 2 years RN or LPN experience. Experience in either home or community health preferred.

Ability to assess the home care needs during initial periodic, routine, and acute assessments conducted every six (6) months minimally.

Participates in the development of a care plan with the IDT (Interdisciplinary Team), participants, and family/caregiver

Provides participant/caregiver education and support for 24/7 coordination of care, to ensure that quality services are provided to meet participant needs

Ensure all needed medical supplies are provided in the home setting under the guidance of PACE providers

Coordinates and authorizes all Durable Medical Equipment (DME) in the home with IDT, and with the guidance of Physical and Occupational Therapists

Ensure all durable medical equipment is in place and in good working order

Monitors participant, family and caregiver's ongoing functional/psychological status and appropriateness of care, according to the plan of care

Coordinates all nursing care for participants in the clinic and at the participant's place of residence (i.e., home, AFC, or SNF)

Demonstrates active participation in QIP process

Medical Records Clerk
Pace of Southwest Michigan, INc.
Job Summary

Responsible for the management of all medical records both in paper and electronic format in accordance with established procedures and as directed by the Clinic Supervisor.

Key Responsibilities

Responsible for maintaining all medical records within HIPAA standards and regulatory compliance

Accurately scans all required documents in the electronic medical record (EMR)

Closes EMR for all disenrollment's and deaths

Maintains participant demographic information in electronic medical record at time of enrollment and ongoing

Ensures accuracy and maintenance of comprehensive EMR

Contacts service providers to obtain all required medical records or data for all participants

Collects hospitalizations and ER data

Assists with internal medical records audits

Audits monthly reports for verification of enrollment status

Abides by all confidentiality requirements as they relate to the release of protected health information

Active participation in quality process

Collect TROOP in letters for enrolling participants

Abides by all established PACE of Southwest Michigan policies, rules and regulations

All other duties as assigned
Medical Assistant
Pace of Southwest Michigan, INc.
Description

Provide care for participant while in the clinic under the direction of the Providers and Nurses

Medical Assistant Key Responsibilities

Provides support to the providers in the examination and treatment of participants to facilitate clinic flow and provide excellent patient care

Maintains the standards of nursing care as established by PACE

Provides care in accordance with the objectives, policies, and procedures of PACE

Performs nursing triage of the clinic participants and chief complaint, including but not limited to vital signs, weights, immunization, and allergy status

Administers and documents immunizations, EKGs, nebulizer treatments, lab testing collection and wound care as directed by a provider or registered nurse

Provides assistance and back up to Lead MA and Clinic Clerk when necessary

Answers and returns telephone call appropriately to participants or caregivers

Abides by all established PACE of Southwest Michigan policies, rules, and regulations

All other duties as assigned
Human Resources Generalist
Pace of Southwest Michigan, INc.
Description:

The Human Resource (HR) Generalist is responsible for all day-to-day HR operations including recruiting, training, compliance, staff support, and other clerical duties. Reports to the HR Manager and supports an effective HR department, compliance with laws and regulations and a positive, mission-driven culture.

Education: Associates Degree in Human Resources or related field required. Bachelor’s Degree preferred.

Experience: Minimum of two years’ experience in an HR field required; preferably in a healthcare setting. Proficient use of Microsoft Outlook, Excel, Word and PowerPoint required.
. Requirements:

Responsibilities:
• Develop and maintain job descriptions, competencies, and training plans under oversight of HR Manager
• Perform recruiting and onboarding duties including sourcing, prescreening, verification of credentials, interview scheduling, offer letter, onboarding paperwork, background check, etc.
• Schedule and facilitate orientation and training plan for all new employees
• Schedule and monitor new hire check-in meetings at 30, 60, and 90 days to ensure manager compliance with process and to ensure new hire concerns/questions are addressed
• Train staff on Learning Management Systems (LMS) and Human Resource Information Systems (HRIS)
• Assist with management of LMS and HRIS databases and reporting
• Develop and monitor compliance with discipline specific trainings
• Track training, licensure and credentialing for all employees
• Assist with payroll processing
• Maintain compliance with federal and state regulations concerning employment, training, licensing, etc.
• Communicate significant employee or regulatory concerns to HR Manager timely
• Review and submit the annual EEOC report
• Maintain HR personnel folders and conduct internal file audits as directed
• Participant in continuous HR process improvement initiatives
• Update and monitor various HR information and performance metrics
• Schedule and facilitate exit interview process
Nurse Educator
Pace of Southwest Michigan, INc.
Description

We are seeking an experienced R.N./Nurse Educator to add to our team!

NOW OFFERING SIGN ON BONUSES up to $3,000 for R.N.'s!

(Speak with Human Resources for bonus details)

Nurse Educator Job Summary

The Nurse Educator is responsible for all education initiatives for participants, caregivers, facilities, and clinic staff. To ensure high quality clinical programs the Nurse Educator will facilitate and provide oversight of Clinic Programs to include but not limited to Infection Control and Skin Integrity Programs. Works under the direct supervision of the Director of Clinical and Support Operations (DCSO). The Nurse Educator demonstrates independence in the application of advanced healthcare knowledge and skills and delivers appropriate education.

Nurse Educator Key Responsibilities

Performs as PACE Nurse Educator with the following responsibilities:
• Manages all infection control regulatory compliance needs under the direction of the DCSO and QIP steering committee
• Develops and manages high quality clinical programs under the direction of the DCSO and QIP steering committee
• Identifies training needs and works with DCSO to address
• Develop and maintain education resources for staff to utilize in providing education for participants and caregivers
• Provides participant/caregiver education in the home through PACE team referral
• Develops and maintains PCA program
• Manages compliance audits and clinical quality program under direction of DCSO
• Conducts site visits for nurses, PCAs, and CNAs
• Provides individualized participant/caregiver education at PACE center
• Develop regularly scheduled specific education group opportunities for participants and caregivers at the PACE center
• Ensures all clinic staff are adequately trained to deliver the highest level of care for the elderly
• Ensures all clinic staff have adequate supplies and equipment to perform their duties in collaboration with DCSO
• Active participation in QIP and all related quali
Clinic RN
Pace of Southwest Michigan, INc.
RN Job Summary

NOW OFFERING SIGN ON BONUSES up to $3,000 for L.P.N.'s and R.N.'s !

(Speak with Human Resources for bonus details)

Coordinates personal and health care services for our participants onsite in the PACE clinic. The Registered Nurse has the responsibility for providing direct and indirect nursing care to participants in the PACE Center and in the community. Works under the direct supervision of the Clinic Supervisor or designee but is independent in the application of advanced nursing knowledge and skills in all settings. Manages complex clinical situations for which he/she is responsible. May be utilized in the PACE Clinic.

RN Specifications

Education: Graduate of an accredited school of nursing

Experience: Has practiced nursing at least two (2) years; Two (2) years nursing experience with at least one (1 year experience working in a skilled nursing facility setting or geriatric care preferred.

Number/Type of Employees Supervised: None

Licensure, Registry, or Certification Required: Must possess an active, unencumbered license/certificate to practice in the State of Michigan; Valid MI Driver’s License; Possess current CPR certification by AHA

Special Training: Only acts within scope of practice. Meet a standardized set of orientation and/or individual competencies for the specific position description established by PACE of Southwest Michigan and approved by CMS before working independently.

Immunizations: Be medically cleared for communicable diseases and have all immunizations up to date before engaging in direct participant contact.

Specific Requirements and Considerations: May be subject to exposure and handling of infectious waste, diseases, conditions, or hazardous chemicals, etc., including potential exposure to TB, AIDS, and/or Hepatitis B.

Ages of Patients Rendered Care: Adult, Geriatric

RN Key Responsibilities
• Assessment: Collects patient data and completes required forms in the medical record per PACE documentation policy; iden
Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)
Pace of Southwest Michigan, INc.
Description:

We are seeking experienced Home Care and In Center C.N.A.'s - Full Time Hours, Part Time Hours or PRN to join our team!

NOW OFFERING up to $1,500 SIGN-ON BONUS FOR C.N.A.'s

(Speak with HR for bonus details)

Job Summary: The Certified Nursing Assistant performs participant care activities and other tasks as assigned to assist the primary care, therapy, and adult day health staff. Works under the direct supervision of the Day Center Supervisor or Home Care Supervisor, dependent on position.

Key Responsibilities for in center C.N.A's
• Communicates effectively with participants, families, staff, and the staff of other agencies.
• Works effectively in a team setting.
• Provides basic ADL nursing care to participants in the PACE Day Center or participant home
• Reports changes in the participant's condition to the pertinent Interdisciplinary Team member (IDT).
• Demonstrates active participation in Quality Assurance processes.
• Participates in the process of teaching and learning with others.
• Abides by all established PACE of Southwest Michigan policies, rules, and regulations.
• Clean facility equipment & maintain clean facility conditions and report on participant status or family concerns to the CNA
Lead or Day Center Supervisor).
• Conducts SBAR's as needed and reports findings to Clinic Lead.

Skills and Knowledge for in center C.N.A's
• Excellent attention to details.
• Excellent organizational skills.
• Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
• Ability to work a flexible work schedule.
• Knowledge of physical, mental and social needs of frail older adults.
• Effective skills in physical assessment and chronic disease management for frail older adults.
• Able to work within the Interdisciplinary Team (IDT) setting.
• Able to utilize basic computer skills in the workplace.

Skills and Knowledge for in home C.N.A's
• Able to multi-task and work independently and in a team setting
• Self-motivator and organized
• Exposure to or previous
PACE Clinic Nurse Manager
VOA Senior CommUnity Care of North Carolina
Lead clinic LPN, MAs to provide excellent care to participants
Perform and/or review nurse assessments every 6 months
Triage urgent clinical concerns
Make occasional home visits as needed
Link: None
PACE Home Care RN
VOA Senior CommUnity Care of North Carolina
Work with IDT to provide excellent in home care to our participants.
Perform routine in-home nursing care including wound care, wellness checks, supervisory visits.
Link: None
PACE Home Care Manager RN
Rocky Mountain Health Care Services
Amazing opportunity for a Home Care Manager (RN) to work for Rocky Mountain PACE (Program for All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly) in the heart of Colorado Springs, Colorado.

The mission at Rocky Mountain Health Care Services is improving lives, optimizing wellness, and promoting independence. We work diligently to keep individuals as highly independent as possible. We deliver exceptional care to enrich the lives of our participants and empower them to live vibrant, independent lives. Our goal is to help older adults maintain the highest level of independence possible. Rocky Mountain Healthcare Services won 3rd place in the Colorado Springs Business Journal's Best in Business 2020 and a finalist in the Gazette Best Place to Work in 2020


This position is responsible for hiring, training, scheduling and the supervision of Rocky Mountain PACE HC RNs and LPNs, Care Coordinator RNs and LPNs, and Care Coordinator Technicians.
Responsible for ensuring that all nursing assessments and care plans are thoroughly completed and on time. Provides support to the Home Care Scheduling Manager, ensuring that the home care service schedules for all participants meet their service needs. Responsible for ensuring compliance with state and federal regulations related to home care. The Home Care Manager is also responsible for ensuring that the annual Home Health Class A license is renewed and that the Home Care Department is following state home health regulations.


Link: https://www.rmhcare.org/
Director of On Lok PACE Partners
On Lok PACE
Under the direction and supervision of the Chief of Government Affairs and Compliance, the Director of On Lok PACEpartners is responsible for developing and operating On Lok's PACE Technical Assistance Center, On Lok PACEpartners, providing technical assistance to prospective and operational PACE organizations, and supporting On Lok growth through planning and program development activities.

The Director of PACEpartners leads in a people centric way, modeling trust, transparency and On Lok's Values, as well as being available and actively engaged in partnership with all levels of leadership. Ensures accountability of all direct reports in meeting appropriate goals and objectives. Exhibits the traits of an ideal team player including a balance of hungry, humble and people smart.

Link: https://onlok.applicantpro.com/jobs/1221689.html
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