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Job Locations US-OR-Portland
Posted Date 2 weeks ago(1/23/2023 4:05 PM)
Hiring Bonus and Relocation Package Available   The OHSU Clinical registered nurse (RN) provides compassionate, evidence-based, and efficient care to individuals, families, communities and patient populations. The Clinical RN’s care delivery is consistent with the Oregon Nurse Practice Act, the ANA Scope and Standards of Practice, and the ANA Code of Ethics. The Clinical RN demonstrates the professional role obligations of scientist, leader, practitioner, and knowledge transferor [Onsomble Model of the Professional Role™]. Professional accountability enriches the Clinical RN’s engagement as a leader in promoting an inter-professional culture of collaborative decision-making, innovation, life-long learning, and teamwork.  
FTE
0.60
Position Type
Regular Part-Time
Department
DCH Operating Room
Position Category
Nursing-RN
HR Mission
Healthcare
Requisition ID
2021-10955
Job Locations US-OR-Portland
Posted Date 2 weeks ago(1/23/2023 3:13 PM)
Evaluation & Caseload Management - Prioritizes patients care needs given medical necessity, discharge plan, medical stability and appropriateness to participate in rehabilitation. - Evaluates patients to determine appropriateness of referral. - Identifies rehab potential, establishes treatment goals specific to the scope of acute care rehabilitation, including functional outcomes, quantitative measures and target dates. - Develops treatment plans to achieve identified goals. - Documents evaluations in patient’s medical record in compliance with DNV, OHSU, OAR’s and third-party payer criteria. - Enters accurate codes for services performed and bills time in patient care accurately. - Provides consultation in a time-efficient manner for patients, specific to care area. - Requesting orders and/or providing guidance to the patient’s team regarding activity or prevention of complications      Provides Skilled Rehabilitation Treatment - Prioritizes care needs given medical necessity, discharge plan, medical stability and appropriateness to participate in rehabilitation - Performs and documents skilled patient care activities, including direct treatment and caregiver/patient/family education - Monitors and adjusts treatment plans specific to patient progress - Fabricates and adjusts splints to meet patient needs - Communicates patient needs and promotes carryover of strategies, precautions, etc. with nursing and other caregivers. - Updates recommendations to team regarding continuing rehabilitation needs and plan as patient’s condition and situations warrant. - Directs, supports and providers supervision as required for aides and volunteers. - Develops and enhances patient care program and patient outcomes in specialty area. - Documents treatment and other patient contacts in patient’s medical record in compliance with DNV, OHSU, OAR’s and third-party payer criteria. Care Coordination - Collaborates with patient, family, and medical team in multidisciplinary patient rounds, ensuring a common level of understanding of the patient’s rehabilitation needs, and providing recommendations for rehab after discharge. - Requests patient/family conferences as appropriate, and participates in conferences representing department. - Heightens awareness of and advocates for rehab needs of patient. - Enhances patient safety both during and after hospitalization by assisting the team in problem-solving. - Including but not limited to vision, ADL, and cognition impairments. - Provides feedback and educates physicians, fellows, residents, and other health care providers about rehabilitation (including but not limited to medical necessity for skilled rehabilitation services and appropriate referrals and expectations for rehab outcome and intensity at various levels of care). Service - Demonstrates excellent customer service and communication skills in all interactions with patients and family, including both telephone and face-to-face situations. - Demonstrates active listening skills and supportive, professional behavior at all times, to patients, families and staff. - Addresses complaints and problems promptly and courteously, involving management when indicated. - Communicates with patients and families, other healthcare team members, in a timely and cost-efficient, courteous manner. Department Operations - Ensures scheduler/manager has ongoing, current availability for scheduling. - Responds in a timely manner to scheduling requests. - Meets or exceeds departmental efficiency standards  .         
FTE
0.00
Position Type
Relief/Flex/Resource
Department
8A Rehab - Adult Acute Care Rehabiliation Services
Position Category
Rehabilitative
HR Mission
Healthcare
Requisition ID
2023-21637
Job Locations US-OR-Portland
Posted Date 2 weeks ago(1/23/2023 2:42 PM)
You will be creative and driven; able to analyze and apply computational tools to emerging genomic technologies to address basic and translational questions in our research area, including cancer metabolism, cancer therapeutics and biomarker discovery. Important findings will be further explored experimentally, both in our lab and through collaboration, with the ultimate goal of translating promising findings into clinical trials. You should be  highly-motivated with a basic background in molecular/cellular biology and have a strong desire to learn and integrate biological and computational modeling techniques. Computer programming skills (Python, R) will be highly advantageous.   You will be a highly motivated candidate with a background in molecular/cellular biology and/or genetics, who will be responsible for independently and collaboratively performing experiments in the laboratory which will include DNA, RNA, Protein, Western blotting, Q-Real Time PCR, Tissue culture, Transfections, Flow Cytometry, Imaging, working with mice, developing and maintaining patient derived organoids, and then carry out data analysis resulting from experiments. You will be responsible for developing single cell genomics and analyses. Analytical expertise in Excel, Graph Pad Prism, Calcusyn is required.   Position requires strong attention to detail, ability to design, perform experiments and analyze data independently, multi-tasking, working as part of a team and willingness to learn new technologies.    Lab management duties to include ordering supplies, arranging equipment maintenance and ensuring smooth workflows in the lab. Occasional evening and weekend work is required
FTE
1.00
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Department
Knight Cancer Institute, Prostate Cancer Research Program, Thomas Lab
Position Category
Research
HR Mission
School of Medicine
Requisition ID
2022-21160
Job Locations US-OR-Portland | US-OR-Eugene | US-OR-Hillsboro
Posted Date 2 weeks ago(1/23/2023 2:00 PM)
Provide the full range of diagnostic evaluations (behavioral, physiologic and electrophysiologic) of the auditory system appropriate to neonates, infants and children including visual reinforcement audiometry, conditioned play audiometry, standard pure tone audiometry, auditory brainstem response, otoacoustic emissions, and detailed middle ear evaluation including otoscopy, tympanometry and measurement of acoustic reflexes. Provide analysis and interpretation of test results along with implications and recommendations for communicative, educational and cognitive development, implications for family/caregivers, staff, medical providers and educational agencies.  Provide referrals to appropriate medical specialists, early intervention providers, and community providers of intervention services for hearing impaired and deaf children.  Provide services at OHSU campus and at satellite clinics at Orenco Station and CDRC Eugene/University of Oregon Campus.  - Provide treatment services for infants and children with hearing loss when indicated including ordering, programming, and verification of hearing technology. Provide counseling for patients and caregivers regarding hearing device use, care, maintenance, and realistic expectations.  - Assist in the care and maintenance of all clinical equipment, space and supplies.  Assist in scheduling annual equipment calibration, and equipment repair when needed.  Support the mission and goals of the pediatric audiology department, the IDD, and OHSU. - Provide supervised externship experiences for audiology graduate students and observational experiences for students and residents in other disciplines.  Provide educational services regarding audiology and audiologic services through lectures and hands-on demonstrations for healthcare providers, residents, and medical students as requested. Provide community consultation through conferences and clinics outside of the IDD and OHSU.  Conduct workshops/in-services at local, state and regional levels upon request.  Attend department meetings and associated committee participation.  Engage in discipline appropriate research and cooperate in joint research with other faculty and staff.
FTE
1.00
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Department
Institute on Development and Disability (IDD)
Position Category
Faculty/Provider
HR Mission
School of Medicine
Requisition ID
2023-21641
Job Locations US-OR-Portland
Posted Date 2 weeks ago(1/23/2023 1:58 PM)
- Provide high quality customer service to all internal and external customers. This includes communicating accurately, openly, supportively, in a timely manner, and extending special attention and sensitivity to all patients, visitors, and fellow employees. - Assist in maintaining an atmosphere of cooperation within the department, as well as with other departments and allied professionals.  - Demonstrate respect and cooperation in all staff relationships, and a genuine willingness to prevent or resolve inter-personal conflicts. Must demonstrate superior face to face customer contact skills, remain calm and resourceful during crisis management or other difficult situations, and manage standard complaint processing. - Required to learn and maintain skill with available information technology, and remain current with changes to departmental procedures and new information. - Reviews financial application and attached documentation submitted by patients to determine that all required information is provided and is completed properly. For any incomplete applications, returns with letter of explanation outlining incomplete information or lacking verification documents. Requests and reviews additional documentation of financial information regarding ability to pay, eligibility, or financial allowances. Provides information, clarification, and interpretation of financial policy and procedure to assist patients in completing the financial application and understanding the basis for decisions made. - Analyzes applications with regard to supportive documentation, Oregon residency rules, account history, and determines action based on departmental guidelines in conjunction with income inclusion and exclusion criteria.  - Assigns liability percent based on assessment and documents on the registration computer system for hospital and physician practice billing services. Mails a letter of approval with financial allowance information to the applicant, or mails a letter of denial of allowance if patient did not qualify for a discount. - Refers those patients who show potential elgibility for Oregon Health plan or Washington Medicaid to contact internal Financial & Medicaid Specialist group to assist with the application process. - Notifies billing office of the retroactive assignments of any approved financial allowance.   - Assures that the financial application, verification documents and Liability Determination Worksheet have been scanned into the document imaging system. - Maintains a database on the information and disposes of originals using the confidential recycling bin. - Gather and/or verify patient information including demographics, guarantor, emergency contacts, insurance coverage, and financial status when applicable. - Verify patient eligibility for health care coverage and enter appropriate insurance plan information accurately. Provide financial screening for low income or non-sponsered patients and refer patients to Medicaid programs or send a charity care application when appropriate.      
FTE
1.00
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Department
Patient Financial Services
Position Category
Hospital/Clinic Support
HR Mission
Healthcare
Requisition ID
2023-21585
Job Locations US-OR-Portland
Posted Date 2 weeks ago(1/23/2023 1:54 PM)
Located in the beautiful Pacific Northwest, OHSU Doernbecher Children’s Hospital is offering an opportunity for a full-time General Pediatrics faculty appointment at one of the nation’s top ranked Children’s Hospitals as reported by U.S. News & World. As Oregon’s only academic health center, we strive to offer the very best medical care to every child across Oregon, Southwest Washington and beyond.  We have more specialists in children’s health than anywhere else in the state and serve as the region’s tertiary and quaternary referral center. We offer the newest and most advanced treatments available and are a world-class health research center for basic, clinical, and translational research. We are looking for a dynamic individual to join our established team of general pediatricians who provide clinical care for over 12,000 infants, children, and adolescents in the ambulatory setting, and provide inpatient service to newborns in the Mother-Baby Unit. Embracing multidisciplinary collaboration, we actively participate in a broad range of clinical, quality, educational, and research activities.  Division members develop and support family-centered care principles, and demonstrate excellence in communication with families and referring providers.  The Division is extensively involved in providing and leading educational endeavors for medical students and pediatric residents.  More than half of Oregon’s practicing pediatricians trained at Doernbecher. OHSU Doernbecher is located in Portland, Oregon. Bisected by the Willamette River, Portland is a vibrant city nestled among green woods and waterways. Only 90 minutes from the spectacular Oregon coast or towering Mount Hood, Portland offers the rare accessibility of snow-to-surf. Home to award-winning wineries, artisan coffee shops, acclaimed restaurants, extensive bike paths, unique brewpubs, professional soccer and basketball teams, a vibrant theater scene, expansive book stores, watersports communities, and one of the largest urban forests in the United States, Portland offers something for everyone.  All without sales tax and in a mild climate. It’s no wonder Portland constantly ranks as one of America’s favorite lifestyle cities. OHSU values a diverse and culturally competent workforce. We are proud of our commitment as an equal opportunity, affirmative action organization that does not discriminate against applicants on the basis of any protected class status, including disability status and protected veteran status. We encourage individuals with diverse backgrounds and those who promote diversity and a culture of inclusion to apply.
FTE
1.00
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Department
Department of Pediatrics
Position Category
Faculty/Provider
HR Mission
School of Medicine
Requisition ID
2023-21642
Job Locations US-OR-Portland
Posted Date 2 weeks ago(1/23/2023 1:49 PM)
- Provide high quality customer service to all internal and external customers. This includes communicating accurately, openly, supportively, in a timely manner, and extending special attention and sensitivity to all patients, visitors, and fellow employees. - Assist in maintaining an atmosphere of cooperation within the department, as well as with other departments and allied professionals.  - Demonstrate respect and cooperation in all staff relationships, and a genuine willingness to prevent or resolve inter-personal conflicts. Must demonstrate superior face to face customer contact skills, remain calm and resourceful during crisis management or other difficult situations, and manage standard complaint processing. - Required to learn and maintain skill with available information technology, and remain current with changes to departmental procedures and new information. - Reviews financial application and attached documentation submitted by patients to determine that all required information is provided and is completed properly. For any incomplete applications, returns with letter of explanation outlining incomplete information or lacking verification documents. Requests and reviews additional documentation of financial information regarding ability to pay, eligibility, or financial allowances. Provides information, clarification, and interpretation of financial policy and procedure to assist patients in completing the financial application and understanding the basis for decisions made. - Analyzes applications with regard to supportive documentation, Oregon residency rules, account history, and determines action based on departmental guidelines in conjunction with income inclusion and exclusion criteria.  - Assigns liability percent based on assessment and documents on the registration computer system for hospital and physician practice billing services. Mails a letter of approval with financial allowance information to the applicant, or mails a letter of denial of allowance if patient did not qualify for a discount. - Refers those patients who show potential elgibility for Oregon Health plan or Washington Medicaid to contact internal Financial & Medicaid Specialist group to assist with the application process. - Notifies billing office of the retroactive assignments of any approved financial allowance.   - Assures that the financial application, verification documents and Liability Determination Worksheet have been scanned into the document imaging system. - Maintains a database on the information and disposes of originals using the confidential recycling bin. - Gather and/or verify patient information including demographics, guarantor, emergency contacts, insurance coverage, and financial status when applicable. - Verify patient eligibility for health care coverage and enter appropriate insurance plan information accurately. Provide financial screening for low income or non-sponsered patients and refer patients to Medicaid programs or send a charity care application when appropriate.
FTE
0.50
Position Type
Regular Part-Time
Department
Patient Financial Services
Position Category
Hospital/Clinic Support
HR Mission
Healthcare
Requisition ID
2023-21577
Job Locations US-OR-Portland
Posted Date 2 weeks ago(1/23/2023 1:20 PM)
Located in the beautiful Pacific Northwest, OHSU Doernbecher Children’s Hospital is offering an opportunity for a full-time General Pediatrics Medical and Quality Director at one of the nation’s top ranked Children’s Hospitals as reported by U.S. News & World. As Oregon’s only academic health center, we strive to offer the very best medical care to every child across Oregon, Southwest Washington and beyond.  We have more specialists in children’s health than anywhere else in the state and serve as the region’s tertiary and quaternary referral center. We offer the newest and most advanced treatments available and are a world-class health research center for basic, clinical, and translational research. We are looking for a dynamic individual to join our established team of general pediatricians who provide clinical care for over 12,000 infants, children, and adolescents in the ambulatory setting, and provide inpatient service to newborns in the Mother-Baby Unit. Embracing multidisciplinary collaboration, the Medical and Quality Director will initiate, develop, direct, evaluate, and sustain ambulatory quality improvement efforts, as well as partner with the Practice Manager to direct the efficient operations of the General Pediatrics and Adolescent Health Clinic at Doernbecher.  All division members actively participate in a broad range of clinical, quality, educational, and research activities.  Division members develop and support family-centered care principles, and demonstrate excellence in communication with families and referring providers.  The Division is extensively involved in providing and leading educational endeavors for medical students and pediatric residents.  More than half of Oregon’s practicing pediatricians trained at Doernbecher. OHSU Doernbecher is located in Portland, Oregon. Bisected by the Willamette River, Portland is a vibrant city nestled among green woods and waterways. Only 90 minutes from the spectacular Oregon coast or towering Mount Hood, Portland offers the rare accessibility of snow-to-surf. Home to award-winning wineries, artisan coffee shops, acclaimed restaurants, extensive bike paths, unique brewpubs, professional soccer and basketball teams, a vibrant theater scene, expansive book stores, watersports communities, and one of the largest urban forests in the United States, Portland offers something for everyone.  All without sales tax and in a mild climate. It’s no wonder Portland constantly ranks as one of America’s favorite lifestyle cities. OHSU values a diverse and culturally competent workforce. We are proud of our commitment as an equal opportunity, affirmative action organization that does not discriminate against applicants on the basis of any protected class status, including disability status and protected veteran status. We encourage individuals with diverse backgrounds and those who promote diversity and a culture of inclusion to apply.
FTE
1.00
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Department
Department of Pediatrics
Position Category
Faculty/Provider
HR Mission
School of Medicine
Requisition ID
2023-21643
Job Locations US-OR-Portland
Posted Date 2 weeks ago(1/23/2023 1:17 PM)
PATIENT CARE - Perform pre-procedural sedation risk assessment on surgical patients - Including, but not limited to, carpal tunnel release, D&C, D&E, and dental procedures referred for moderate sedation. - Collaborate with other members of the team regarding pre-procedural instructions, medication management, and patient education. - Function independently but also work in close collaboration with providers from other departments (OBGYN, anesthesiology, internal medicine, etc.) to coordinate medical optimization of the patient prior to procedure. - This includes but is not limited to following up on lab tests, cardiac testing, referrals to other specialties and documenting plan of care in EMR. - Communicate with the surgical team (surgeons, surgery schedulers) when necessary to share concerns about patient readiness for scheduled moderate sedation surgeries. - Ensure timely, focused documentation and communication with the referring surgeon and PCP when appropriate to ensure quality patient care are expected. - Review the patient’s history, via patient’s verbal report and the review of previous medical records from internal and external sources, and perform a complete physical exam on each patient. - Provide consistent patient education about good preparation for procedure. - Documentation in the EMR of the clinical assessment will be executed according to documentation standards for licensed providers at OHSU. - Chart documentation will be accurate and timely. Perform peer reviews on a yearly basis including peer chart audits. - The medical director will review peer chart audits and provide the APPs with feedback about documentation completeness. - Charts will be forwarded to coding professionals for billing. - All encounters will be closed by the end of the work day and submitted for billing within 24 hours of each patient encounter. PERFORMANCE IMPROVEMENT - The APP will attend quarterly AST QI meetings. - May be asked to participate in special projects as assigned by the medical director and/or clinic manager. - The focus on these projects may include but will not be limited to improving quality of patient care, procedural workflow, diversity/equity/inclusion efforts and/or customer service.
FTE
1.00
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Department
Adult Sedation Team
Position Category
Advanced Practice Provider
HR Mission
Healthcare
Requisition ID
2023-21567
Job Locations US-OR-Portland
Posted Date 2 weeks ago(1/23/2023 1:04 PM)
PATIENT CARE - Perform pre-procedural sedation risk assessment on surgical patients - Including, but not limited to, carpal tunnel release, D&C, D&E, and dental procedures referred for moderate sedation. - Collaborate with other members of the team regarding pre-procedural instructions, medication management, and patient education. - Function independently but also work in close collaboration with providers from other departments (OBGYN, anesthesiology, internal medicine, etc.) to coordinate medical optimization of the patient prior to procedure. - This includes but is not limited to following up on lab tests, cardiac testing, referrals to other specialties and documenting plan of care in EMR. - Communicate with the surgical team (surgeons, surgery schedulers) when necessary to share concerns about patient readiness for scheduled moderate sedation surgeries. - Ensure timely, focused documentation and communication with the referring surgeon and PCP when appropriate to ensure quality patient care are expected. - Review the patient’s history, via patient’s verbal report and the review of previous medical records from internal and external sources, and perform a complete physical exam on each patient. - Provide consistent patient education about good preparation for procedure. - Documentation in the EMR of the clinical assessment will be executed according to documentation standards for licensed providers at OHSU. - Chart documentation will be accurate and timely. Perform peer reviews on a yearly basis including peer chart audits. - The medical director will review peer chart audits and provide the APPs with feedback about documentation completeness. - Charts will be forwarded to coding professionals for billing. - All encounters will be closed by the end of the work day and submitted for billing within 24 hours of each patient encounter. PERFORMANCE IMPROVEMENT - The APP will attend quarterly AST QI meetings. - May be asked to participate in special projects as assigned by the medical director and/or clinic manager. - The focus on these projects may include but will not be limited to improving quality of patient care, procedural workflow, diversity/equity/inclusion efforts and/or customer service.
FTE
1.00
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Department
Adult Sedation Team
Position Category
Advanced Practice Provider
HR Mission
Healthcare
Requisition ID
2023-21566
Job Locations US-OR-Portland
Posted Date 2 weeks ago(1/23/2023 12:43 PM)
Up to $12,000 Hiring Bonus. Up to $8000 in Relocation also Available. Night Differential Pay! Free parking at night!   Join us! Our 17-bed ICU has immediate access to 24-hour CT and MRI services, OR and interventional radiology suites to enable rapid access to care. Our typical cases include complex neurosurgery, ischemic stroke, intracranial hemorrhage, neuromuscular disorders and epilepsy (among others). Night differentials, free parking, and the opportunity to be a part of the expansive specialty that is Neuroscience!   The OHSU Clinical registered nurse (RN) provides compassionate, evidence-based, and efficient care to individuals, families, communities and patient populations. The Clinical RN’s care delivery is consistent with the Oregon Nurse Practice Act, the ANA Scope and Standards of Practice, and the ANA Code of Ethics. The Clinical RN demonstrates the professional role obligations of scientist, leader, practitioner, and knowledge transferor [Onsomble Model of the Professional Role™]. Professional accountability enriches the Clinical RN’s engagement as a leader in promoting an inter-professional culture of collaborative decision-making, innovation, life-long learning, and teamwork. The Clinical Nurse exemplifies the principles of a Culture of Safety by committing to a Just Culture, a Reporting Culture, Learning Culture, and an Engaged Informed Culture.
FTE
0.90
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Department
Neurosciences Intensive Care Unit
Position Category
Nursing-RN
Requisition ID
2023-21639
Job Locations US-OR-Portland
Posted Date 2 weeks ago(1/23/2023 12:09 PM)
The PAS Specialist’s purpose is to positively promote Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU), Department of Medicine, and Medicine Specialties Timeshare clinic in a professional manner. The PAS Specialist’s provides coverage for a full range of front office duties and support as part of the medicine specialty support team, supporting a variety of Medicine Specialties, such as, Nephrology, Pulmonology, Infectious Disease, Allergy, Adult Genetics and Anti-Coagulation.
FTE
1.00
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Department
Department of Medicine: Medicine Specialties Clinic
Position Category
Hospital/Clinic Support
HR Mission
School of Medicine
Requisition ID
2023-21633
Job Locations US-OR-Portland
Posted Date 2 weeks ago(1/23/2023 11:27 AM)
Operations Management - Demonstrates accountability and oversight for day-to-day operations with the clinical operations supervisors. - Provides timely and appropriate resolution to patient, customer, physician, personnel, vendor, and organizational concerns. - Manages workflow, performance, and overall practice operations achieving expert care, superb service, and maximum physician/staff productivity. - Develops and maintains an open and effective line of communication with managers, providers, clinic staff and departments that work in conjunction with the Department of Urology.   - Supports and improves patient access and patient satisfaction utilizing OHSU Performance Excellence and lean approaches. Listens to, and resolves, customer/patient complaints. - Develops new and innovative approaches to the clinical processes and confirming standard work for clinic processes and operations. - Collaborates with Department Administrator for overall department operation. - Works in conjunction with leadership to develop strategic and outreach initiatives for growth of the Department of Urology. Works with Department Administrator and Chair on new developments at OHSU Partners locations, including Hillsboro Medical Center and Adventist Health. - Monitors and ensures budgetary compliance to the approved budget including reporting on variations and problem solving for budgetary concerns. Supports each fiscal year development of the new budget and submissions for the clinic.  - Reports to the Department Administrator and Chair regularly on agreed clinical metrics and budget. Utilizes associate benchmarks for monitoring production and report on variances and other reporting as requested or required by management, OHSU, and OHSU Practice Plan. Process Improvement Facilitation/Project Management - Serves as the Department of Urology liaison with the OPEx team, the Ambulatory Leadership Strategy Team, and the OHSU Practice Plan. - Develops, plans and executes programs and trainings related to room utilization, flow, and allocation utilizing OPEx approaches. - Attends and participates in professional meetings and committees to stay current with new trends and innovations around the patient experience, service and quality health-care outcomes. - Takes responsibility for safety issues that apply to the clinic environment and report accidents in the PSI system on a timely basis. - Manages and facilitates daily DMS Huddle and weekly Performance Improvement Rounds and other performance improvement project meetings. - Works collaboratively as part of the ambulatory care team on assigned projects and initiatives across other areas of the institution. - Designs, leads and facilitates practice improvement initiatives and events utilizing OHSU Performance Excellence tools including, but not limited to: - Space Utilization - Staffing levels and roles - Operations and patient flow - Employee (staff and provider) engagement - Patient experience - Cost reduction and resource utilization/optimization - Patient and employee safety, and regulatory regulation adherence - Facilitates discussions with leaders at all levels of the organization around improving and sustaining the ambulatory experience for patients, staff and providers. - Identifies and addresses behavioral, operational, and cultural barriers to change. - Provides clear, consistent articulation of the patient and provider value streams and ambulatory goals across the organization. Human Resources/Education/Training - Provides leadership, education, guidance, and professional development to personnel. This includes: - Conducting regular 1:1 meetings with all direct reports. - Leading and overseeing employee engagement and training. - Overseeing training and education material for Nursing, PSS, MA and PAS staff. - Reviewing and updating clinic protocols with Clinic Supervisor, Department Administrator, Chair, and faculty - Directs recruitment, interviewing, hiring, orientation, training, and performance review of clinical support team, including MAs, LPNs, and PAS-R, and PAS staff. - Oversees timely and effective documentation of employee job performance and communicates disciplinary actions. Addresses and coordinates staff training needs by developing standards and ensuring basic competencies for all staff. Identifies potential problem areas, develops a system for objectively monitoring performance, and creatively seeks solutions to foster quality improvement. - Continuously optimizes staff roles and responsibilities to meet performance goals. - Develops and implements OPEx, employee engagement, and cultural diversity trainings and activities for department staff and faculty. - Remains current in new trends and innovations for improving the ambulatory environment. - Shares and promotes successful improvement tactics and practices. Equipment & Regulation - Oversees physical environment and equipment for effective operations. Anticipates and facilitates needs for repair, renovations, replacement, new purchases or modifications of work environment and equipment for the effective provision of services. - Ensures work practices meet health, fire, safety, and regulatory requirements and compliance with Joint Commission and HIPAA standards.
FTE
1.00
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Department
Urology
Position Category
Management/Supervisory
HR Mission
School of Medicine
Requisition ID
2023-21635
Job Locations US-OR-Portland
Posted Date 3 weeks ago(1/20/2023 6:31 PM)
To provide intra-operative technical assistance to physicians and RN's who care for pediatric patients experiencing a surgical intervention/other invasive procedure. To participate actively in the work of the unit, committee work, and program level activities/projects. The role requires completion of annual clinical competencies, attending staff meetings and educational events during the day, and actively participating in all quality improvement opportunities assigned. The role requires that all policies, procedures, and patient safety initiatives will be followed. Surgical Technologists are an integral part of the team providing surgical care to patients. Surgical Technologists function in the role of scrub person. Surgical Technologists work under the supervision of the surgeon and the R.N. to ensure that the O.R. environment is safe, equipment functions properly and that the operative procedure is conducted under conditions that maximize patient safety. Must possess expertise in the theory and application of surgical technique, human anatomy, and surgical procedures, implementation of tools and technologies to facilitate safe care of the patient during invasive therapeutic and diagnostic procedures. The surgical technologist role requires extended periods of standing, lifting heavy instrumentation, and potential exposure to Blood Borne Pathogens.
FTE
0.90
Position Type
Regular Part-Time
Department
DCH Operating Room
Position Category
Allied Health
HR Mission
Healthcare
Requisition ID
2023-21615
Job Locations US-OR-Portland
Posted Date 3 weeks ago(1/20/2023 6:27 PM)
- Lecture capture services. Under the direction of their manager and in collaboration with others, the employee will be responsible for key multimedia production services, including, but not limited to: - Lecture capture of educational courses. Echo360 is a lecture capture system integrated into many conference rooms and classrooms at OHSU. The employee must have and/or gain knowledge of using this system, from scheduling and recording to delivery and troubleshooting. This includes the HW-based appliance and the SW-based Universal Capture options. - Administration of Echo360 and lecture capture documentation as needed. - Video recording services. Under the direction of their manager and in collaboration with others, the employee will be responsible for key multimedia production services, including, but not limited to: - Video recording of specific, recurring events. This is more of a camera operator role to support video recording of classroom and conference room events. The employee must be able to understand the scope of the request, advise that the appropriate staff and equipment have been assigned for the appropriate length of time and delivery output, and perform the necessary recording, editing and media outputs to complete the defined assignment. Equipment will include both built-in and field pack camera equipment. - Administration of camera equipment and recording documentation as needed. - Video and web conferencing services (VCS). Under the direction of their manager and in collaboration with others, the employee will be responsible for key VCS services, including, but not limited to: - Facilitation of customer requests for VCS services. This includes customer communication to define and confirm the scope of work, identify staff and equipment needs, perform pre-call testing as appropriate, provide on-site set-up and establish the connection, and troubleshoot technical issues. - Administration of VCS systems and documentation as needed. - Event audio/visual support. Under the direction of their manager and in collaboration with others, the employee will provide A/V support assistance for events held in classrooms, conference rooms, lecture halls, and event spaces on the OHSU campus. - Provide audio/visual support in spaces where equipment is built into spaces as well as set up mobile A/V equipment for spaces where the equipment is not a part of the room. - Provide assistance for presenters and presentations needs. - Provided video recording and/or video and web conference support for events. - Classroom and conference room maintenance of equipment installed in spaces operated by EdCOMM: - Ensure that all equipment is operational, check lamp life and filters in projectors, maintain proper cable care, general supplies and neatness in spaces. - Helpdesk and Administration Support. Under the direction of their manager and in collaboration with others, the employee will be responsible for key customer services, including, but not limited to: - Technical support for EdCOMM services. Other technical support functions may be required to ensure customer questions and/or requests for service are provided in a timely and knowledgeable manner. This may encompass all of EdCOMM’s services (VCS, video production, streaming, A/V rental, classroom and conference room audio/visual equipment, etc.) - Administration support for EdCOMM services. The employee may also be asked to attend the front desk, answer the departmental phone, respond to departmental voicemail and/or email, etc. to ensure the operational efficiency of the department.
FTE
1.00
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Department
EdComm
Position Category
Business Services
HR Mission
Academics
Requisition ID
2023-21508
Job Locations US-OR-Portland
Posted Date 3 weeks ago(1/20/2023 6:24 PM)
Intensive Clinical Management  - Care planning: COSW assesses patients for psychosocial and transitional care needs and participates in developing patient-centered care plan. COSW assists patient in identifying goals and recognizing associated behavioral modifications. COSW acts as a liaison between patient and medical team when necessary and contributes clinical expertise to care plan, offers recommendations for diagnosis and treatment of mental health and addresses addictions issues when appropriate. For patients without established primary care, COSW facilitates linkage to clinics that best meet patient’s needs.  COSW may arrange appointments, complete intake paperwork, plan transportation options, accompany client to appointments, and support the patient and clinic staff during initial transition period. COSW often provide high level clinical care planning to outpatient community providers, and support both the patient and the clinics while during this engagement period.  COSW support prescribers with having detailed understanding of patient’s care needs and care needs outside of the clinic or hospital setting.   - Coordination of care: COSW facilitates cross-site communication between hospitals, clinics, and other community agencies.  If patient returns to ED/hospital, SW serves as a source of knowledge about patient’s goals, care trajectory, post-discharge needs, and barriers to outpatient care. COSW acts as a point of consistency between systems to improve patient experience. COSW are required to be effective in working within the outpatient, inpatient, emergency department and other crisis based services.  COSW composes and/or updates EDIE care guidelines to increase cross-system knowledge of care plan. COSW often are asked to be content experts and lead facilitator for community-based care conferences with multidisciplinary providers and organizations. COSW are asked to provide other professionals with clinical background and recommendations on how to proceed with a highly complex and traumatized patient.  - Strategic Partner Facilitation: Facilitates integration of OHSU partners into OHSU Care Model. Seeks to understand our community and hospital partner’s clinical objectives and operating challenges and works to maximize their performance and resolve problems. Creates a clinical partnership that aligns objectives and optimizes performance for both OHSU and partners  - Clinical services: COSW offers clinical expertise to medical providers when relevant to drive effective diagnosis and treatment of mental health, substance use disorders, and to provide basic medical care to those experiencing homelessness. COSW are considered to be specialists in providing care to this vulnerable population. COSW provides intensive outreach and engagement to access needed community services, providing education, counseling and motivational interviewing to enhance outcomes of recommended supports and interventions. COSW builds rapport with the patient, modeling patient, modeling empathy and unconditional positive regard. Use of therapeutic techniques, by creating mutually agreed upon goals, help the patient enhance physical, psychological and social functioning. COSW practice interpersonal communication and system navigation skills alongside the patient. S/he provides positive reinforcement for behavioral modifications. COSW have a unique role when providing longitudinal care to those requiring palliative care and hospice based services.     - Case management: Assists patients in securing services to stabilize housing, obtain employment, access financial entitlements, treat addictions issues, and meet basic physical needs. Performs outreach by phone and in person to connect patient to services and increase participation in care. COSW maintains state of the art knowledge of social services in the Tri-County area, including but not limited to shelter access, medical insurance, housing resources, MAT programs, and specific mental health treatment options. COSW makes relevant referrals, advocates for services, and participates in systems-level decision-making when possible.    - Clinical Practice: Participation in standards development. Defined patient outcomes are achieved through provision of expert information, recommendations and collaboration in care and clinical practice. Serves as a clinical consultant for OHSU physicians, nursing staff, RN CMs, inpatient and clinic Social Workers and patients. Collaborates with patient/family and members of the multidisciplinary team in the development, implementation and evaluation of a Patient Plan of Care. COSW streamline patient continuum of care transitions and logistical issues, by provide liaison role between inpatient and outpatient providers.   COSW provides education to patient/family in order to assist with patient-led discharge goals. Assesses patients’ SUD, MH and physical healthcare treatment options, as needed. Assesses patient/family understanding of ED/Inpatient admission Discharge Instructions and follow-up Care      - Interface with insurance companies: COSW must be highly knowledgeable of insurance coverage needs, requirements and processes. COSW must be able to independently facilitate prior authorizations and be able to provide clinical justification and documentation when needed. The COSW work with highly complex patients, often whose care needs and behavior are viewed as too complex for existing outpatient services/providers. COSW submits complex care need requests for flex funding with clinical rationale. COSW are required to be able to navigate both the physical and behavioral-based insurance care needs. COSW are able to provide clinical interventions and recommendations for physical, mental health, substance use, and housing-based services.     - Social Determinants of Health (SDOH):  COSW are content experts in identifying, care planning and intervening to address the numerous disparities the target population faces with regards to SDOH. COSW are able to assess and identify needs, make referrals to services, support engagement with referred services and provide feedback to the hospital leadership about care needs.  Providing higher level teaching and mentorship on assessment and resources availability to hospital and community based social workers, nurses and physicians.  Data   - Quality improvement: COSW maintain independent preparation of data, design and collection in collaborating with teammates on an ongoing basis to evaluate program effectiveness. COSW solicits feedback from patients, interdisciplinary colleagues, and community partners to improve service delivery. COSW work to add to the overall knowledge of the hospital staff to have the needed expertise to engage in care to a population that can face barriers in engagement and have resounding care needs.   - Quality/Care Services: Leadership is provided in the utilization of Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI) principles to continuously improve and evaluate innovation for high risk, high volume patients and/or system variances. Participates in CQI activities. Utilizes quality indicators in ongoing program development. Facilitates patient movement through the OHSU system, coordinates and facilitates quality related throughput, and balances need for services that are both financially viable and effective. COSW support physicians, nurses, social workers and other staff to recognize and address the moral distress that they experience in working with this population. Providing effective, easily accessible and collaboration supports the ongoing enhancement of staff wellness.  COSW support the hospital efforts to work on the Quadruple Aim. Provider services that demonstrate financial savings to both the hospital system and the insurance companies Educational Training  - Continuing education: COSW maintains active clinical licensure and obtains required CEUs. COSW participates in continuing education as a learner but also accepts opportunities to provide cross-disciplinary education via rounds, committees, conferences, and presentations when relevant opportunities arise  - Patient, Family and Provider Education: COSW provide psychoeducation to patients and/or their families, and providers that we directly work with. Collaborates with members of the interdisciplinary team including physicians, clinic and hospital personnel to be able to accurately understand care needs of our patients and to be effective in communicating with patients and supports. COSW often acts as an intermediary liaison between providers and patients to find shared goals and recommendations.  Provides patient/family with resource contact information as needed, and supports efforts to access and engage in these services. COSW offer coaching, mentoring, training to medical, nursing and social worker students, as well as to fellow colleagues and peers at OHSU. This training is focused on resources availability but also in clinical delivery of care with population with complex care needs
FTE
1.00
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Department
Care Management
Position Category
Allied Health
HR Mission
Healthcare
Requisition ID
2023-21618
Job Locations US-OR-Portland
Posted Date 3 weeks ago(1/20/2023 6:19 PM)
The Perianesthesia CNA works as a member of an interdisciplinary team at CHH and MPV Perianesthesia units. Provides support to the nursing team for Pre/Post and PACU in Perioperative Services. The CNA assists care providers in the care of patients in the pre/post and post anesthesia care units, by performing simple procedures and treatments and maintaining a safe, clean, efficiently stocked environment. The CNA is expected to float within the Perioperative Division.
FTE
1.00
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Department
CHH PeriAnesthesia
Position Category
Certified Nursing Assistant
HR Mission
Healthcare
Requisition ID
2023-21598
Job Locations US-OR-Portland
Posted Date 3 weeks ago(1/20/2023 6:12 PM)
Intense Clinical Management    - Care planning: COSW assesses patients for psychosocial and transitional care needs and participates in developing patient-centered care plan. COSW assists patient in identifying goals and recognizing associated behavioral modifications. COSW acts as a liaison between patient and medical team when necessary and contributes clinical expertise to care plan, offers recommendations for diagnosis and treatment of mental health and addresses addictions issues when appropriate. For patients without established primary care, COSW facilitates linkage to clinics that best meet patient’s needs.  COSW may arrange appointments, complete intake paperwork, plan transportation options, accompany client to appointments, and support the patient and clinic staff during initial transition period. COSW often provide high level clinical care planning to outpatient community providers, and support both the patient and the clinics while during this engagement period.  COSW support prescribers with having detailed understanding of patient’s care needs and care needs outside of the clinic or hospital setting.     - Coordination of care: COSW facilitates cross-site communication between hospitals, clinics, and other community agencies.  If patient returns to ED/hospital, SW serves as a source of knowledge about patient’s goals, care trajectory, post-discharge needs, and barriers to outpatient care. COSW acts as a point of consistency between systems to improve patient experience. COSW are required to be effective in working within the outpatient, inpatient, emergency department and other crisis based services.  COSW composes and/or updates EDIE care guidelines to increase cross-system knowledge of care plan. COSW often are asked to be content experts and lead facilitator for community-based care conferences with multidisciplinary providers and organizations. COSW are asked to provide other professionals with clinical background and recommendations on how to proceed with a highly complex and traumatized patient.    - Strategic Partner Facilitation: Facilitates integration of OHSU partners into OHSU Care Model. Seeks to understand our community and hospital partner’s clinical objectives and operating challenges and works to maximize their performance and resolve problems. Creates a clinical partnership that aligns objectives and optimizes performance for both OHSU and partners  .  - Clinical services: COSW offers clinical expertise to medical providers when relevant to drive effective diagnosis and treatment of mental health, substance use disorders, and to provide basic medical care to those experiencing homelessness. COSW are considered to be specialists in providing care to this vulnerable population. COSW provides intensive outreach and engagement to access needed community services, providing education, counseling and motivational interviewing to enhance outcomes of recommended supports and interventions. COSW builds rapport with the patient, modeling patient, modeling empathy and unconditional positive regard. Use of therapeutic techniques, by creating mutually agreed upon goals, help the patient enhance physical, psychological and social functioning. COSW practice interpersonal communication and system navigation skills alongside the patient. S/he provides positive reinforcement for behavioral modifications. COSW have a unique role when providing longitudinal care to those requiring palliative care and hospice based services.     - Case management: Assists patients in securing services to stabilize housing, obtain employment, access financial entitlements, treat addictions issues, and meet basic physical needs. Performs outreach by phone and in person to connect patient to services and increase participation in care. COSW maintains state of the art knowledge of social services in the Tri-County area, including but not limited to shelter access, medical insurance, housing resources, MAT programs, and specific mental health treatment options. COSW makes relevant referrals, advocates for services, and participates in systems-level decision-making when possible.    - Clinical Practice: Participation in standards development. Defined patient outcomes are achieved through provision of expert information, recommendations and collaboration in care and clinical practice. Serves as a clinical consultant for OHSU physicians, nursing staff, RN CMs, inpatient and clinic Social Workers and patients. Collaborates with patient/family and members of the multidisciplinary team in the development, implementation and evaluation of a Patient Plan of Care. COSW streamline patient continuum of care transitions and logistical issues, by provide liaison role between inpatient and outpatient providers.   COSW provides education to patient/family in order to assist with patient-led discharge goals. Assesses patients’ SUD, MH and physical healthcare treatment options, as needed. Assesses patient/family understanding of ED/Inpatient admission Discharge Instructions and follow-up Care      - Interface with insurance companies: COSW must be highly knowledgeable of insurance coverage needs, requirements and processes. COSW must be able to independently facilitate prior authorizations and be able to provide clinical justification and documentation when needed. The COSW work with highly complex patients, often whose care needs and behavior are viewed as too complex for existing outpatient services/providers. COSW submits complex care need requests for flex funding with clinical rationale. COSW are required to be able to navigate both the physical and behavioral-based insurance care needs. COSW are able to provide clinical interventions and recommendations for physical, mental health, substance use, and housing-based services.     - Social Determinants of Health (SDOH):  COSW are content experts in identifying, care planning and intervening to address the numerous disparities the target population faces with regards to SDOH. COSW are able to assess and identify needs, make referrals to services, support engagement with referred services and provide feedback to the hospital leadership about care needs.  Providing higher level teaching and mentorship on assessment and resources availability to hospital and community based social workers, nurses and physicians.   Data - Quality improvement: COSW maintain independent preparation of data, design and collection in collaborating with teammates on an ongoing basis to evaluate program effectiveness. COSW solicits feedback from patients, interdisciplinary colleagues, and community partners to improve service delivery. COSW work to add to the overall knowledge of the hospital staff to have the needed expertise to engage in care to a population that can face barriers in engagement and have resounding care needs.   - Quality/Care Services: Leadership is provided in the utilization of Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI) principles to continuously improve and evaluate innovation for high risk, high volume patients and/or system variances. Participates in CQI activities. Utilizes quality indicators in ongoing program development. Facilitates patient movement through the OHSU system, coordinates and facilitates quality related throughput, and balances need for services that are both financially viable and effective. COSW support physicians, nurses, social workers and other staff to recognize and address the moral distress that they experience in working with this population. Providing effective, easily accessible and collaboration supports the ongoing enhancement of staff wellness.  COSW support the hospital efforts to work on the Quadruple Aim. Provider services that demonstrate financial savings to both the hospital system and the insurance companies.   Educational Training  - Continuing education: COSW maintains active clinical licensure and obtains required CEUs. COSW participates in continuing education as a learner but also accepts opportunities to provide cross-disciplinary education via rounds, committees, conferences, and presentations when relevant opportunities arise  - Patient, Family and Provider Education: COSW provide psychoeducation to patients and/or their families, and providers that we directly work with. Collaborates with members of the interdisciplinary team including physicians, clinic and hospital personnel to be able to accurately understand care needs of our patients and to be effective in communicating with patients and supports. COSW often acts as an intermediary liaison between providers and patients to find shared goals and recommendations.  Provides patient/family with resource contact information as needed, and supports efforts to access and engage in these services. COSW offer coaching, mentoring, training to medical, nursing and social worker students, as well as to fellow colleagues and peers at OHSU. This training is focused on resources availability but also in clinical delivery of care with population with complex care needs. 
FTE
1.00
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Department
Care Management
Position Category
Allied Health
HR Mission
Healthcare
Requisition ID
2023-21596
Job Locations US-OR-Portland
Posted Date 3 weeks ago(1/20/2023 6:03 PM)
 1 Conducts psychosocial evaluations of patients/families and significant others including, but not limited to the following: adjustment to medical or health condition; care coordination; mental health status; adjustment/compliance to treatment process; substance usage; child and elder abuse/neglect assessments; domestic violence issues; cognitive status (including potential guardian issues); and patient/family resources. 2 Provides crisis intervention and supportive short-term counseling to patients/families and significant others as necessary to meet immediate psycho-social needs including, but not limited to: Trauma/Emergency Department/ On Call/ Family Notification, CODE Response (family intervention); unanticipated change in health conditions/suicidal ideation; teenage pregnancy; single parent pregnancy/parenthood, domestic violence, child and elder abuse/neglect.   3 Provides grief/loss counseling and education regarding: fetal demise; actual/pending death of patient//family member; complicated pregnancies; postpartum depression; chronic/acute stress associated with life circumstances; divorce/separation; loss of independence associated with illness or disability. 4 Provides brief psychotherapy including: individual short-term psychotherapy; group work including information/support groups, family support, patient therapy); regarding but not limited to issues of adoption, abortion, domestic violence, family of origin, sexual/gender, substance abuse, parenting, relationship adjustment to disabilities and chronic or acute illness. 5 Provides patient advocacy and associated services to patient/family and other involved agencies/parties regarding decision-making; advance directives; ethics consultations; court holds; guardianship/conservatorship; citizenship cases; and social cultural factors. 6 Assess patient/family support needs regarding: transportation, housing, clothing and educational/patient vocational rehabilitation and training materials and refer to appropriate resources. 7 Maintains accurate and timely documentation of patient care activities an efficient manner per departmental policies.   Participates in Department of Care Management and assigned service meetings, in services and conferences, as indicated including Complex Patient Interdisciplinary Rounds. Provides support to patient care staff following traumatic events through individual or group consultation.  Reviews literature on pertinent patient care/Social Work service issues and conducts in services regarding psychosocial patient care issues and Social Work services.  Meets in regularly scheduled supervisory sessions.   Participates in patient rounds as appropriate. Complete all OHSU/JCAHO mandatory education requirements and activities within established timelines.     Yearly competencies as identified by department  
FTE
1.00
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Department
Care Management
Position Category
Mental Health
HR Mission
Healthcare
Requisition ID
2023-21617
Job Locations US-OR-Portland
Posted Date 3 weeks ago(1/20/2023 5:55 PM)
Administrative Support - Process incoming/outgoing faxes (labeling, records requests, upload refill requests, etc.) - Scanning - Process Inbasket (records requests, labs, imaging, message routing, etc.) -   - Patient paperwork management (questionnaires, FMLA, provider signatures, no-show letters, etc.) - Track and stock patient paperwork and brochures - Process incoming/outgoing mail - Use of Microsoft Office—Outlook - General high level clerical and project support - Document legibly, concisely and accurately Clinical Support - Basic rooming to include only vitals, including social history, pain (no med reconciliation, allergies) - No medication related activities allowed (reconciliation, administration, preparation) - Support providers during procedures but not able to perform independent clinical functions such as dressing removal/application, suture/staple removal, apply topical medications, etc. - Technical support (MyChart, Epic, office equipment, etc.) - Attends staff meetings/huddles - Inventory management including equipment—notifying appropriate personnel when cleaning and repair of equipment is needed - Instrument processing pick up/drop off  - Check expiration dates for medications/supplies - Turn over rooms/cleaning/stocking - Maintains knowledge of life safety, patient safety, fire and electrical safety and disaster plan - Sentact duties/compliance   Patient Experience - Monitors patient flow - Updates patient on delays - Provides excellent customer service - Addresses in-the-moment patient needs as directed - Maintains clean, safe, and orderly environment for patients, family, and clinical personnel   Professional Development - Attends education classes appropriate to job development - Uses consistent, professional communication with team members - Flexible coverage of internal service needs, and the continuous application of process improvement methods and skills - Receptive to feedback and coaching - Successfully completes the required initial training and core competency assessment before or during the trial service period - Maintains core competencies, and demonstrates continuous application of these skills throughout the period of employment - Completes all required modules and updates
FTE
1.00
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Department
Ambulatory Float Pool
Position Category
Administrative/Office Support
HR Mission
Healthcare
Requisition ID
2023-21632