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The Manager Nursing is responsible for providing, and ensuring that staff under, their direction provides the highest levels of professional nursing and clerical support serves in a health care setting. An employee in this position is responsible for performing a variety of administrative duties related to the management of health care services. The Manager Nursing exercises considerable independent judgment in managing the delivery of health care services.
Assists with the coordination of the clinical and administrative support serves as required for the operation of a healthcare facility. Coordinates all medical records human resources, facilities maintenance, inventory controls, account payables, and medical supplies as needed. Assists in the development and implementation of effective marketing strategies that increases business for the facility. Develops systems to make it easier for patients to obtain needed medical care when referrals are required. Supervises the performance of clinical and clerical staff according to established policies and procedures. Provides ongoing monitoring of staff competency and compliance with administrative, clinical policies and procedures. Identify problems and implement corrective actions as necessary. Facilitates communications with insurance companies involving patient care. Maintains individual physician master schedules in UChart. Serves as administrative liaison between Medical Center and external contractors, vendors and University. Communicates with other Nurse Coordinators to coordinate patient care activities. Participates with other members of the healthcare team to provide support to patients. Ensures compliance with all institutional policies and procedures including mandatory services, employee health procedures, Federal, State, regulatory and accrediting agencies standards and regulations. Assists physician with special nursing procedures as needed. Performs related work as required.
The minimum qualifications for this position are as follows: Bachelor's degree and State of Florida Registered Nurse license are required. Three years of nursing experience is required. Management experience is preferred. Any appropriate combination of relevant education, certification(s) and/or work experience may be considered.
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