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Become A Health Careers Instructor

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Working As A Health Careers Instructor

  • Assisting and Caring for Others
  • Getting Information
  • Communicating with Supervisors, Peers, or Subordinates
  • Documenting/Recording Information
  • Identifying Objects, Actions, and Events
  • $21,920

    Average Salary

What Does A Health Careers Instructor Do At Tallahassee Memorial Healthcare

* Coordinates and executes recruitment strategies to attract, screen, and hire quality healthcare professionals who meet both immediate and projected needs Utilizes various recruitment tools and methods to source and attract a pool of qualified and diverse candidates Matches and evaluates candidate skills to open positions through screening and assessment Partners with hiring leaders to ensures candidates meet required hiring standards & expectations Negotiates salary, terms and conditions of employment with candidates Supports various HR & Recruitment initiatives Facilitates new hire on-boarding & intake sessions as needed Qualifications Bachelor's of Science in HR, business, or related field Previous health care recruitment experience in an acute-care hospital setting preferred Strong candidate & hiring leader focus with a commitment to timely communication & follow-through Ability to proactively collaborate, develop, and maintain effective working relationships 2
* years of recruitment or HR experience.
* Are you interested in joining the TMH legacy of quality & compassionate healthcare or know someone who is? Please submit your interest & resume TODAY! We look forward to speaking with you.
* Company Description Tallahassee Memorial HealthCare (TMH) is a private, not-for-profit community healthcare system committed to transforming care, advancing health, and improving lives with an ultimate vision of leading the community to be the healthiest in the nation.
* Serving a 17-county region in North Florida and South Georgia, TMH is comprised of a 772-bed acute care hospital, a psychiatric hospital, and multiple specialty care

What Does A Health Careers Instructor Do At Graham Windham

* Responsible for monitoring the Waiver Service
* Provider’s (WSPs) work in relation to the requirements of the goals
* outlined in IHP.
* Develop Individualized Health Plan for child/caregiver.
* Intercede on behalf of the child or caregiver to gain
* access to and or facilitate needed services and supports.
* Provides the link between the child and the Waiver
* Service Provider (WSPs).
* Conduct team meetings to discuss services and
* facilitate communication between caregiver and Waiver Service Providers
* WSPs).
* Stabilize the environment for the child and caregiver.
* Advocate for the child’s needs.
* Communicates with the child’s caregiver/family to
* construct the plan and arranges for the necessary medical, social,
* rehabilitative, vocational, and educational services that the child needs.
* Introduce all Waiver Service Providers to the child and
* caregiver and work to establish good rapport between them.
* To assist in scheduling the delivery of services in and
* out of the home, as needed
* Twice a month travel to have contact with the child and
* caregiver/family

What Does A Health Careers Instructor Do At Consulate Health Care

* screening front door visitors, signing for special deliveries and pickups, and welcoming guests.
* Provides daily clerical duties as required, which may include faxing and scanning copies, prepare overnight packages, and other mail services.
* Distributes sorts and collects mail.
* Compose and process routine e-mail correspondence.
* Assist in data entry as required.
* Excellent communication and customer service skills are required during interaction with both internal and external professionals of all levels on a daily basis.
* Must be computer literate, excellent working knowledge of all pertinent software.
* Assist with Accounts Payable when necessary.
* Demonstrate respect and compassion in every interaction.
* Conducts oneself with the highest degree of honesty and integrity in every interaction.
* Demonstrates a passion for caring as evidenced by interaction with co-workers and visitors

What Does A Health Careers Instructor Do At J&J Family of Companies

* R&D Global Consumer Eye Health Platform
* Collaborate with
* other scientists and engineers to advance knowledge in the areas of the
* physiology/biology of the eye & eye diseases.
* Conduct
* independent research and develop new technologies for contact lens care
* solutions and for ophthalmic drug development
* Design of
* experiments: data acquisition, analysis, and interpretation; conducting
* literature and patent searches; organization and assimilation of
* literature search results
* Interface
* with key opinion leaders (KOL) and with cross functional business partners
* Presentation
* at conference and in peer-reviewed scientific journals is encouraged

What Does A Health Careers Instructor Do At Alameda Alliance for Health

* Assist clinical staff in identifying and providing outreach, orientation, and comprehensive assessment services to moderate and high risk members that may benefit from transitions of care support.
* Engage members while they are still in the hospital, by phone or face-to-face, introducing them to the program.
* Empower members to take an active role in their discharge planning and post-acute care by providing education, tools and support to foster self-management and to successfully respond to common problems that arise during transitions.
* Use patient goals and values to help develop care plan.
* Discuss advanced care planning and advanced directives when appropriate.
* Collaborate with the hospital providers and, case managers, PCPs, and other members of the care team to create and implement transition of care plans.
* Consult with Medical Director, Concurrent Review team, and other AAH internal stakeholders to anticipate and coordinate discharge needs and prevent readmissions and/or inappropriate ED use
* Participate in evaluation of Transitions of Care work-flows and processes as part of continuous quality improvement work
* Coordinate with family and caregivers as appropriate
* Utilize guiding principles and practice strategies of Motivational Interviewing with patient and family caregivers
* Provide telephonic or in-person counseling, teaching, and care coordination
* Utilize patient coaching techniques to build confidence and competence in the transitions of care plan as it relates to: medication management, follow-up appointments, knowledge of red flags related to their condition and how to Schedule primary care follow up within 3
* business days after hospital discharge; ensure Care Transition plan is provided to PCP including the patient’s most important health concerns and the patient’s immediate goals for recovery.
* Assist patient with transportation to post-discharge follow up appointments
* Establish and leverage relationships with hospital discharge planners, inpatient social workers, primary care practices, and community and social service agencies to ensure the needs of members are met and policies of the plan are followed
* Responsible for completing and maintaining all documentation by the appropriate time frame
* Participate in weekly TOC team meetings and other UM and/or CMDM meetings as necessary
* Participate in case conferences as needed
* Meet case load assignments and productivity metrics as set my management
* Track appropriate metrics and reports back to team on weekly basis about barriers, challenges, achievement, key learnings
* Maintain professional and technical knowledge
* Perform other duties as assigned
* ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS OF THE JOB
* Assist clinical staff in communicating and coordinating with PCPs , specialists, hospitals, and other providers on behalf of members
* Communicate with members and providers to ensure coordination of services for members
* Build and maintain effective relationships with members and designated families or caregivers
* Communicate effectively and efficiently internally and externally
* Develop relationships with appropriate community resources to help support members
* Provide direction to staff members who will provide additional coordination activities for health plan members
* Comply with the organization’s Code of Conduct, all regulatory and contractual requirements, organizational policies, procedures, and internal controls.
* Assist case managers in communicating and coordinating with PCPs, specialists, hospitals, and other providers on behalf of members

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How To Become A Health Careers Instructor

There is no formal education requirement for home health aides, but most aides have at least a high school diploma. Home health aides who work for certified home health or hospice agencies must complete formal training and pass a standardized test.

Education

Although a high school diploma or equivalent is not generally required, most home health aides have one before entering the occupation. Some formal education programs may be available from community colleges or vocational schools.

Licenses, Certifications, and Registrations

Home health aides who work for agencies that receive reimbursement from Medicare or Medicaid must get a minimum level of training and pass a competency evaluation to be certified. Training typically includes learning about personal hygiene, reading and recording vital signs, infection control, and basic nutrition. Aides may take a competency exam to become certified without taking any training.

Additional requirements for certification vary by state. In some states, the only requirement for employment is on-the-job training, which employers generally provide. Other states require formal training, which is available from community colleges, vocational schools, elder care programs, and home healthcare agencies. In addition, states may conduct background checks on prospective aides. For specific state requirements, contact the state’s health board.

In addition, many home health aides may be required to obtain CPR certification.

Training

Home health aides may be trained in housekeeping tasks, such as cooking for clients who have special dietary needs. Aides learn basic safety techniques, including how to respond in an emergency. Specific training may be needed for certification if state certification is required.

In addition, clients have their own preferences, and aides may need time to become comfortable working with them.

Important Qualities

Detail oriented. Home health aides must adhere to specific rules and protocols to help take care of clients. Aides must carefully follow instructions from healthcare professionals, such as how to care for a client’s wound or how to identify changes in a client’s condition.

Integrity. Home health aides should make clients feel comfortable when they tend to personal activities, such as helping a client bathe. In addition, home health aides must be dependable and trustworthy so that clients and their families can rely on them.

Interpersonal skills. Home health aides must work closely with their clients. Sometimes, clients are in extreme pain or distress, and aides must be sensitive to their emotions. Aides must be compassionate, and they must enjoy helping people.

Physical stamina. Home health aides should be comfortable performing physical tasks. They might need to lift or turn clients.

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Top Skills for A Health Careers Instructor

HealthCareProfessionalsHealthPlanChildPatientCareEmergencySafetyMedicaidCustomerServiceHospitalsVitalSignsDailyLivingClinicMedicalTreatmentIHPMedicalRecordsServicePlansB2HWaiverProgramPersonalCareCPRRN

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Top Health Careers Instructor Skills

  1. Health Care Professionals
  2. Health Plan
  3. Child
You can check out examples of real life uses of top skills on resumes here:
  • Conducted monthly presentations for Health Care professionals at National Conventions.
  • Promoted the sale of Kaiser health plans and coordinated welcoming information folders for new members.
  • Provided medical assistance to children with special needs in an educational environment.
  • Assisted the battalion Physician Assistant with medical examinations and outpatient care.
  • Provided emergency medical care in garrison and field environments.

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