Nurse Practitioner - Remote (NY or MA license) - Dallas


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Nurse Practitioner - Remote (NY or MA license)

Dallas, Texas

Salary: $105k-$110k

Full Time

 

On Time Talent Solutions is seeking a Nurse Practitioner in the Dallas/Fort Worth area to fill a Remote positon. Our ideal candidate must be in the Dallas/Fort Worth area as well as being a person who enjoys a fast paced clinical environment, performing telephonic and virtual visit triage resolving clinical issues quickly. Lastly, someone who aspires to work with a company who is on the leading edge of community health working with partners to allow our elderly to remain at home and free of avoidable hospitalizations.

Nurse Practitioner - Remote Qualification:

  • Nurse Practitioner License in good standing in New York and/or Massachusetts
  • 1+ years of Nurse Practitioner Experience (preferred)
  • 2+ years of telephonic triage or equivalent experience (required)
  • 2+ years of clinical experience working with complex adult populations (required)
  • Comfort using technology like Google Suite, MS Office (required)
  • Experience working in home care and/or family medicine, geriatrics, psychiatry (preferred)
  • The ability to speak English and Spanish or Russian fluently (preferred)
  • Experience working within a clinical team environment
  • The ability to work remotely and has a private area with a computer in their home/workspace (required).
  • Strong organizational skills, including the ability to prioritize 
  • Passionate about our mission to improve people’s lives
  • Comfortable in a dynamic and always evolving startup environment

 

Nurse Practitioner - Remote Responsibilities:
  • Conduct proactive medical care management for members and/or caregivers in coordination with the appropriate medical staff
  • Conduct care coordination and recommend/identify cost effective treatment and intervention
  • Understand and apply member specific Care Management and individualized care planning
  • Collaborate on the evaluation and implementation of care management information technology tools across Vesta to facilitate better communication, improved patient care and safety
  • Serve as a consulting resource on care management practice as needed
  • Attend meetings, training sessions and participates on committees as needed
  • Possess a strong knowledge of clinical procedures, standards and quality control checks
  • Possess a strong knowledge of medical conditions, interventions and treatment
  • Provide members, caregivers and facility education
  • Monitor the quality of member’s care and updates plan of care