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Chief Financial Officer, Capital Caring Health

If you are an experienced financial executive, a proven leader, strategic thinker, results oriented, and excited about using your talents and skills to move an organization towards growth and innovation, please explore this fantastic opportunity as Chief Financial Officer (CFO) with Capital Caring Health. For over 40 years, Capital Caring Health has been a leading non-profit provider of advanced illness care, providing hospice and palliative care to the national capital area. As we position ourselves for the future, we are seeking a leader to help achieve our Mission to Provide Patients and their Families with Advanced Illness Care of the Highest Quality.

Capital Caring Health, with headquarters at Falls Church, VA, has over 900 employees and 2,000 plus volunteers. We employ over 50 medical staff, mostly whom are board certified/fellowship trained in hospice and palliative care. We cover a geographic area of 4,000+ square miles throughout the Washington, DC metropolitan area, to include Maryland, and as far south as Richmond, Virginia. In addition to Home Care Services, we have 5 hospice inpatient units.

While one of our core competencies is providing high quality, patient centered hospice and palliative care, we are advancing our abilities to provide services to patients within home based primary care settings, Stay at Home services, and veterans. We are extremely proud as we care for the smallest patients, as one of the only non-profit hospices to provide care for pediatrics. Recently, we announced a partnership with American Heart Association (AHA) and National Partnership for Healthcare and Hospice Innovation (NPHI) to provide advanced cardiac care and embarking on several other partnerships.

This role, reporting directly to the President/CEO of Capital Caring Health, will work collaboratively with members of the senior leadership team to ensure successful attainment of all business initiatives. The CFO will be held accountable for the leadership, direction, control, and coordination of all Capital Caring Health financial and technological activities. The CFO will set the strategic direction, in accordance with mission and vision, to direct the accounting, reporting, auditing, budgeting, revenue cycle management, financial planning, and related activities. This includes maintaining and enhancing Capital Caring Health basic systems of accounting, financial analysis, decision support, and providing direction to ensure optimum strategic and operational effectiveness. This also includes using financial data analysis to support business decisions and strategies, promoting revenue and supporting growth.

The CFO must have at least 10 years of progressive financial responsibility and leadership experience. Expertise in financial and accounting background, to include profit and loss, balance sheet, cash flow management and general finance and budgeting. Healthcare experience is required, to include experience with EMRs, finance, and payors; value-based models and/or risk-based models is preferred. Experience with corporate governance is preferred.

The CFO must have minimum of Bachelor’s degree in Business, Economics, Accounting, or a similar type of degree. Master’s is preferred; MBA is strongly desired. CPA is preferred.

We offer competitive salary and benefits package, and an excellent work environment. For more information, please email Vivian Hsia Davis, vhsiadavis@capitalcaring.org or visit www.capitalcaring.org

Inpatient hospice MD/DO, 30 hours per week  

MD/DO, HPM board certified/eligible/or experienced, sought for three weekdays per week, one weekend per month inpatient position. Join America’s first hospice, a nationally and internationally recognized leader inpatient hospice and palliative care, education, and research, in our beautiful, 41 bed facility on Long Island sound in Branford, Connecticut. This 30 hour per week position includes full benefits. 

Send your curriculum vitae to Jsacco@hospice.com and Kodom@hospice.com 

Position Summary 

Reporting to the medical director, the physician is responsible for daily patient care, rounding with nurses, working collaboratively with the interdisciplinary team, including social work, chaplaincy, and arts, with availability to the care of patients at home and participation in weekly interdisciplinary team meetings. Some administrative functions may be required such as participation in ongoing professional practice evaluation, development of policies and procedures, quality assurance performance improvement, and survey preparedness. 

Essential Functions 

Clinical 

  • Participates in the establishment of care plans for inpatients (and home care patients on an as-needed basis), 
  • Performance of bedside patient care evaluations, orders medications, and documents encounters in compliance with state, federal, and insurance billing requirements, 
  • Initial assessments of newly administered patients, including completion of all required paperwork, and entry of initial patient encounters into the electronic medical record, 
  • Timely completion of discharge summaries, 
  • Participation in education of students rotating through the hospice care service, including palliative medicine fellows, medical students, and residents, 
  • Availability for overnight telephone coverage for inpatients on an as-needed basis, 
  • one weekend per month of inpatient coverage, including overnight telephone coverage. 

Position Requirements 

  • board certification in, or board eligibility in, or extensive experience in hospice and palliative medicine, 
  • Excellent clinical, interpersonal, and communication skills 
  • Knowledge and understanding of the hospice and palliative care philosophy and criteria for admission and the admission process, 
  • Demonstrates cooperative behavior with colleagues and management staff 

 

As we continue to grow, our vision is to build a diverse workplace that is both professionally stimulating and personally satisfying—an environment of collaboration, celebration, opportunity and growth. Hospice East Bay has been serving patients and families in our community since 1977.

HEB is looking for a RN Team Manager that is passionate about our patients, their families, and the community we serve. Come grow with us!

Position Summary

Reporting to the VP of Clinical Services, the Team Manager is responsible for the daily supervision of the clinical team, including, case managers, revisit, per diem, after hours nurse, social workers, spiritual care coordinators and home health aides.

Essential Functions

Administrative

  • Evaluates the staffing requirements and recommends changes in the staffing patterns
  • Prepares the monthly schedule in coordination with the other Team Manager
  • Reviews and approves the weekly time sheets
  • Reviews and approves the time off requests in coordination with the other team managers
  • Maintains schedule of assigned patients to case manager, MSW, SCC and HHA
  • Recruits, screens and interviews candidates for open positions and participates in orientation of new personnel
  • Coordinates with the intake/community liaison nurse the assignment of the case managers for new patients
  • Participates in the establishment of department administrative policies and procedures
  • Facilitates the interdisciplinary team meetings (IDT)
  • Prepares the agenda for the monthly nurse’s, MSW SCC and HHA meetings
  • Coordinates home health aide oversight by case managers
  • Understands the contracts with providers for delivery of services; such as, pharmacy, durable medical equipment, medical supplies
  • Ensures compliance with Federal and State regulations and accreditation standards
  • Monitors the patients’ documentation for compliance with state and federal regulations, accreditation standards, as well as agency policies and procedures
  • Participates in the development of the department’s annual goals and objectives and quarterly evaluation
  • Participates in the ongoing evaluation of the clinical component of the computerized patient care system
  • Participates in Administrator On-Call rotation

Clinical

  • Participates in the establishment of department clinical policies and procedures
  • Performs annual clinical competency assessment of team’s staff
  • Provide Clinical coaching to staff through joint field visits
  • Identifies educational needs of staff and establishes opportunities to address needs
  • Provides performance coaching to staff, as needed
  • Provides, in collaboration with other team managers, on a daily basis, clinical oversight of the delivery of care to maintain quality services
  • Acts as resource to the staff regarding clinical issues that arise, i.e. with providers
  • Coordinates with the insurance liaison, additional information required by the payer for initial and continues authorization
  • Participates in the quality management process on a department and agency-wide basis
  • Participates in the utilization management process including review of new patients & recertification of ongoing patients
  • Performs service recovery, in response to patient/family complaints and submits appropriate documentation to Quality, Education and Compliance Department (QEC)

Position Requirements

  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
  • Knowledge and understanding of the hospice philosophy and hospice criteria for admission and the admission process
  • Knowledge and understanding of the palliative care philosophy and admission criteria for the program
  • Knowledge of private insurance, Medicare and Medi-Cal regulations
  • Knowledge of State and Federal regulations and accreditation standards
  • Must be able to work well under pressure meeting multiple priorities and sometimes competing deadlines
  • Demonstrates cooperative behavior with colleagues and management staff

Come find your purpose! Apply today at www.hospiceeastbay.org

As we continue to grow, our vision is to build a diverse workplace that is both professionally stimulating and personally satisfying—an environment of collaboration, celebration, opportunity and growth. Hospice East Bay has been serving patients and families in our community since 1977.

HEB is looking for a Director of Patient Care Services that is passionate about our patients, their families, and the community we serve. Come grow with us!

Position Summary

The Clinical Director/Director of Patient Care Services is responsible for the overall direction of hospice clinical services. The Clinical Director/Director of Patient Care Services establishes, implements and evaluates goals and objectives for hospice services that meet and promote the standards of quality and contribute to the total organization and philosophy.

Essential Functions

  • Coordinates and oversees all direct and indirect patient services provided by clinical organization personnel.
  • Provides guidance and counseling to Clinical Managers to assist them in continually improving all aspects of hospice care services, provided through organization personnel.
  • Assists Clinical Managers in managing clinical teams and planning.
  • Provided help in assessment, planning, implementation and evaluation of patient and family/caregiver care to all clinical personnel as indicated.
  • Assists the Sr. VP of Clinical Services in the preparation and administration of the organization’s budget.
  • Interprets operational indicators to detect census changes and increase or decrease in volume that could impact staffing levels, revenues or expenses.
  • Evaluates performance of Clinical Managers
  • Assists Clinical Managers to develop skills and techniques in evaluating the performance of clinicians.
  • Participates in hiring, evaluating and terminating organization personnel.
  • Conducts annual evaluations on Managers and Direct Reports, or more frequently if indicated.
  • Member of LDI

Position Requirements

  • Demonstrated ability to supervise and direct professional and administrative personnel.
  • Ability to market and deal tactfully with customer and the community.
  • Must be a licensed driver with an automobile that is insured in accordance with state and/or Organization requirements and is in good working order.
  • Has excellent observation, verbal and written communication skills.
  • Knowledge of business management, governmental regulations and CHAP standards.
  • Participates in AOC rotation
  • Participates in QAPI
  • Partners with QEC to determine educational training and competency needs of all clinical staff
  • Assures that managers are able to provide direct patient care as needed.

Experience and Education

  • Three years of management experience within the last five (5) years in a hospice or related health care organization, at least one (1) year of which was in a supervisory or administrative capacity, OR
  • A California Registered Nurse with four (4) years’ experience within the last five (5) years in a hospice, home health agency, primary care clinic or health facility, at least one (1) year which was in a supervisory or administrative capacity.

Come find your purpose! Apply today at www.hospiceeastbay.org

Snowline Hospice is growing!

We are seeking a new Clinical Educator to join our family. This is a full-time, benefited position located in our Sacramento and Diamond Springs office locations. Snowline is a leading hospice and palliative care provider that has been serving our patients and families for over 35 years.

Summary:

The Clinical Educator develops educational programs and coordinates clinical education for clinical staff in alignment with the organization’s standards of care, competency requirements, regulatory standards, and promotes an environment of quality care for patients. The Clinical Educator also provides community-based clinical training and outreach on end-of-life and hospice and palliative-specific clinical issues. The pay for this position ranges between $55.00 to $60.00 per hour based on experience.

Qualifications:

  •  Graduate of an accredited nursing program.  
  • Possess a current California unencumbered Registered Nurse License.
  • Bachelor’s in the Science of Nursing or Master’s in the Science of Nursing Education degree preferred.
  • Five (5) years of clinical education and/or staff development experience in a hospice environment.
  • Current California driver’s license and driving record that meets the standards outlined in current policies
  • A minimum of five (5) years’ experience as a registered nurse and five (5) years’ experience in a hospice.
  • Should possess or be willing to obtain a Certification in Hospice & Palliative Care.
  • Proficient in the principles of adult learning and the provision of education/training to clinicians.
  • Knowledge of hospice and the accreditation process for Joint Commission.
  • Proficient with computer software, including electronic medical records, specifically Netsmart, is a plus.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills and public speaking skills with an ability to build relationships with community members and staff. 

Responsibilities and Duties:

  • Develops and maintains evidenced-based orientation and training programs for newly hired clinical staff to educate them on the job requirements.
  • Develops, coordinates, and presents clinical, educational programs, including primary care, patient services, new equipment, and technology training, as well as required training for certification programs, such as Home Health Aide Certification.
  • Utilizes the End of Live Nursing Education Consortium (ELNEC) curriculum in developing clinical education for nurses.
  • Assists in providing ongoing training and staff development activities to address identified performance improvement opportunities.
  • Maintains current on best practice standards of nursing practices and education.
  • Provides training to clinicians within the community on Hospice and Palliative Care-specific clinical issues.
  • Actively participating in the coordination of all aspects of patient care in accordance with current professional standards and practice.
  • Participating in admission, discharge planning, interdisciplinary team meetings, and ongoing patient assessments.

If you are looking for a meaningful career with a mission driven organization, this is the position for you! Apply today at www.snowlinehospice.org!

Click here to see what our employees have to say about being part of Snowline Hospice:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mxVDwPLD2Fo

Snowline Hospice is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Snowline Hospice is growing! We are seeking a new Director of Quality Assurance to join our family. This is a full-time, benefited position primarily located out of our Diamond Springs office location. Snowline is a leading hospice and palliative care provider that has been serving our patients and families for over 35 years.

Summary:

Reporting to the Chief Executive Officer (CEO), the Director of Quality Assurance (DQA) ensures compliance with acceptable standards of practice, applicable State and Federal regulations, and the policy and procedures of Snowline Hospice. This is accomplished through a participatory approach, direct involvement, and accountability to ensure performance improvement through collecting, auditing, tracking, and analyzing healthcare data.

Qualifications:

  • Master’s Degree or equivalent in nursing, public health, healthcare administration, or other relevant field required.
  • Five years’ experience in a clinical, hospice, or home care setting.
  • Previous electronic charting experience required.
  • Certification in Professional in Healthcare Quality preferred.
  • Extensive experience using Microsoft suite of products including Excel, Outlook, Word, and PowerPoint.
  • Possession of a valid California driver’s license, access to a reliable automobile, and minimum car insurance.
  • A solid understanding of QA principles and be able to recognize and resolve opportunities to improve as well as resolve conflicts between operational practices and guidance.
  • Demonstrated knowledge and application of change theory and practice, including systems analysis, organizational development and planning, and quality improvement.
  • Exceptional people/interpersonal, written, and verbal skills, including public speaking and computer fluency.

Responsibilities and Duties:

  • Develops, implements, and manages Snowline Hospice’s quality assurance program following the mission and strategic goals of the hospice and with federal and state laws and regulations.
  • Works effectively with clinical and operations leaders to achieve sustained performance within areas in need of improvement, identified during audits and other methods, to ensure quality and compliance requirements and initiatives are achieved.
  • Conducts audits and communicates compliance risks, systemic problems, and metrics to management.
  • Monitors patient and physician satisfaction surveys, trends data, performs timely follow-up as required, and makes plan of correction recommendations.
  • Responsible for tracking and reporting quarterly the clinical portions of the Quality Assurance Performance Improvement plan (QAPI) to the QAPI Committee

If you are looking for a meaningful career with a mission driven organization, this is the position for you! Apply today at www.snowline.org.

Snowline Hospice is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Snowline Hospice is growing! We are seeking a new Development Director to join our family. This is a full-time, benefited position primarily located out of our Diamond Springs office location. The right candidate will need flexibility to go to events and activities in both El Dorado and Sacramento Counties. We are looking for someone with a heart for fundraising for a wonderful mission. Snowline is a leading hospice and palliative care provider that has been serving our patients and families for over 35 years.

Summary:

Reporting to and working closely with the Executive Director, the Development Director designs and executes a comprehensive fund development strategy for Snowline Hospice. This position is responsible for developing an annual strategic fundraising plan to strengthen annual giving, establishing and maintaining relationships with donors, creating estate planning activities, grant funding, and capital opportunities. The DD works with the Board of Directors to identify individual gifts and talents and engages them in roles that contribute to the advancement of our agency

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor degree in Business, Marketing, Communications, or related field
  • Proven experience in developing relationships and nonprofit fundraising
  • Excellent verbal, written, public speaking skills required
  • Demonstrated ability to manage multiple projects with multiple priorities
  • Understanding of the steps involved in administering gifts and grants
  • Experience and success in securing individual major gifts, grants, and corporate gifts- from identifying prospects to soliciting, reporting and stewarding
  • Excellent computer skills, including proficiency in Microsoft applications and donor database programs
  • Possession of valid California driver license, access to a reliable automobile and minimum state required auto insurance

Responsibilities and Duties:

  • Responsible for setting and maintaining an annual return on investment (ROI) goal, individual revenue goal, strategic fundraising plan, and annual calendar of activities
  • Responsible for the daily operations of development activities including gift processing, donor database management and donor stewardship
  • Manage the grant process including strategizing, prospecting, writing, and reporting to grant funders
  • Expand giving circle through cultivation and solicitation. Identify donors with the capacity to increase their giving levels
  • Coordinate estate planning activities, produce estate planning seminars and coordinate estate planning educational initiatives
  • Leverage the Board leadership in advancing the agency’s fundraising efforts. Identify Board members assignments and monitor activities
  • Personally solicit major gifts by building the donor pipeline
  • Increase legacy giving (planned gifts) by engaging individual donors and building their awareness of the mission, vision and long-term goals
  • Initiate, coordinate, and attend special fundraising events. Attend appropriate community events that will increase exposure to potential donors

If you are looking for a meaningful career with a mission driven organization, this is the position for you! Apply today at www.snowlinehospice.org.

“Snowline is an Equal Opportunity Employer”

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