•Work with mobile street outreach in van to provide support in the center as well as in the street.
•Provide primary care services.
•Work within all state and federal laws and regulations and the agreement with the collaborative physician.
•Manage acute and chronic health problems using evidence-based protocols.
•Provide health screenings, immunizations and other disease prevention programs.
•Advance the role of advanced practice nurses in underserved areas through advocacy and other professional activities.
•Notify immediate supervisor of significant problems.
•Provide age-appropriate assessment and interventions in order to meet the needs of patients and families served
•Provides patient/family education, health counseling, and health advocacy services to patients, their families and significant others.
•Maintain positive relationships with funding sources and community organizations.
•Perform other related tasks and duties as directed and assigned.
•Work as a member of the Primary Care Medical Home team to provide integrated health services
•Document all services in a timely manner
•Supervise staff as appropriate
•Act in the capacity of a mandated reporter to both the State of Pennsylvania and the Joint Commission
The Clinic Clinical Director will oversee the daily clinical operations and coordination of the primary health care services at the nursing center. The Clinical Director will be responsible for implementing effective leadership and developing management strategies that maximize effectiveness, efficiency and productivity in the provision of primary care, including continuous quality improvement and protocol development. As Clinical Director, this position will serve as the primary representative representing the clinical perspectives at meetings. This position will partner with the SHS Quality Manager and Nursing Network Consultant to facilitate Quality Initiatives within the Clinic as needed. This is a full-time position reporting to the Managing Director of Health Services.
The Fiscal Grants & Contracts Operations Coordinator is the primary liaison for an assigned programmatic division regarding all matters relating to invoicing and revenue. He/she is responsible for processing accounts receivables and recording revenue for that assigned programmatic division. This includes invoicing; understanding and ensuring contractual compliance related to invoicing; supporting budget preparations as needed; reconciling Advance Pay on a regular basis; and preparing reports for monthly fiscal program meetings including performance-based reports. In addition, this position is responsible for communicating and coordinating with Funders regarding invoicing questions and concerns. As a member of the Fiscal department, he/she will also be responsible for following appropriate internal controls and fiscal compliance in all tasks.
1. Responsible for full cycle invoicing of contract files in fiscal for assigned divisions.
a. Ensuing contract files are up to date and complete ongoing and in real time throughout the year.
b. Responsible for adhering to deadlines and contractual requirements to ensure fiscal compliance.
c. Review applicable regulations related to contract and be able to communicate them to program staff.
d. Regularly review revenues and expenses for each contract, address any issues, and communicate with appropriate programmatic and admin staff to ensure accuracy in future.
e. Review and monitor contract spending levels regularly, communicating with supervisor and divisional leadership ongoing.
f. Review transactions, record adjustments, process, submit and post invoices for assigned divisional contracts according to Funder deadlines
g. Close out contracts upon completion; communicating with the Budget Analyst.
2. Prepare, review, and present fiscal materials for regular divisional fiscal meetings, including performance-based reports and Advanced Pay reconciliation.
3. Establish and maintain relationships with funders and external contacts as appropriate.
4. Support salary allocation process for agency.
5. Record journal entries and sales entries in a timely manner.
6. Prepare CRECA or serve as back up.
7. Serve as back-up for posting cash receipts for Congreso and subsidiaries.
The Physician will oversee the daily clinical operations and coordination of primary health care services at the Congreso Health Center, which at full capacity, serves 4,000 patients in partnership with Public Health Management Corporation (PHMC). The Physician will be responsible for implementing effective leadership and developing management strategies that maximize effectiveness, efficiency and productivity in the provision of primary care, including continuous quality improvement and protocol development. The physician will supported by Registered Nurse, Medical and Center Administrator. This person is responsible for providing quality, culturally competent primary health care services to the target population in a Federally Qualified Health Center. The Physician will report to the Network Clinical Director.