Top Home Health Nurse Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Home Health Nurse. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Home Health Nurse resumes they appeared on. For example, 29.2% of Home Health Nurse resumes contained Patient Care as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Home Health Nurse actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

The six most common skills found on Home Health Nurse resumes in 2020. Read below to see the full list.

1. Patient Care

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Here's how Patient Care is used in Home Health Nurse jobs:
  • Provided transportation to medical and other appointments, and communicating patient care plans and status to appropriate family and care-givers.
  • Recognize emergent patient care needs, seek assistance of Medical Doctor, and initiated appropriate emergency interventions as directed.
  • Completed patient assessments, performed procedures and managed patient care from home with community coordination.
  • Provided direct patient care to individuals discharged directly from the hospital or Rehabilitation Facility.
  • Reported patient care/condition/progress to patient's physician and Clinical Manager on a continuous basis.
  • Maintained professional, courteous communication with family to ensure their satisfaction with patient care
  • Administered medication and provided patient care for a mentally challenged five-year old patient
  • Performed initial assessments, developed individualized patient care plans, performed I.V.
  • Provide one-on-one patient care to a pediatric patient with epidemic vomiting syndrome.
  • Report patient care/condition/progress to patient's physician and Clinical Manager.
  • Collaborated with interdisciplinary professionals to provide complete patient care.
  • Interact extensively with multidisciplinary personnel in coordinating patient care.
  • Document patient care appropriately as required per facility policy.
  • Utilized electronic charting of patient care and management.
  • Awarded Memorable Moment certificate for outstanding patient care.
  • Complete all paperwork associated with patient care
  • Identified patient care requirements by assessment, planning, implementing, documenting and management in keeping with company standards and regulations.
  • Prepare timely clinical and progress notes at each patient visit, and prepare summaries of patient care according to agency policy.
  • Meet with and present the benefits of patient care at home to physicians and other referral sources in the medical community.
  • Identified patient care requirements by establishing personal rapport with the patient and other persons in a position to understand care requirements.

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2. IV

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Here's how IV is used in Home Health Nurse jobs:
  • Provided private family-centered care for medically fragile and high-risk pediatric and adult patients living in their home environment.
  • Administered immunizations and tuberculosis testing to residents and staff of assisted living facilities our agency contracted with.
  • Instructed patients and relatives regarding techniques used in managing vascular access devices aimed at facilitating client independence.
  • Provide patients with medication and behavior management, working closely with physicians to ensure a safe living environment
  • Identify changing needs, communicate with medical team, request/obtain orders, implement solutions and evaluate effectiveness.
  • Coordinated and supervised other disciplines involved to promote positive health outcomes and quality services to patients.
  • Instructed patients and/or caregivers on patient-capable procedures/treatments and documentation requirements with a goal of maximum independence.
  • Perform total patient assessments on diverse patient populations discharged from hospitals, rehab or directly admitted.
  • Documented all the services provided and clinical observation made based on both subjective and objective observation.
  • Completed home care visits as needed for staffing and scheduling management ensuring quality patient care delivery.
  • Provided appropriate preventative, rehabilitative and palliative nursing procedures according to the plan of care.
  • Monitored patient reactions to drugs and carefully documented progress of individuals and patient outcomes.
  • Incorporated OASIS criteria to promote accurate and positive patient outcomes and facilitate accurate billing.
  • Conducted cardiovascular monitoring, catheters; mechanical ventilators; maintained a positive bedside manner.
  • Facilitate a creative and safe work environment with diversified and stimulating recreational activities.
  • Traveled extensively on the Navajo Reservation to deliver health care to isolated patients.
  • Provided extensive education on health conditions to assist patient with self management.
  • Provided physical support to assist patients to perform essential daily living activities.
  • Communicated effectively and appropriately with interdisciplinary team to coordinate client care.
  • Establish goals and incorporate therapeutic, preventative and rehabilitative nursing actions.

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3. Providers

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Here's how Providers is used in Home Health Nurse jobs:
  • Provide education to patient/family and other care providers as needed to promote supportive environment.
  • Developed relationships with medical providers, therapists and families to advocate for patients.
  • Provided post-hospital assessments and provided recommendations to providers for plan of care.
  • Present cases in interdisciplinary team meetings and communicate clinical updates to providers.
  • Facilitate communication between and among providers, patients, and caregivers.
  • Worked collaboratively with other health care providers to optimize patient outcomes.
  • Utilized knowledge of Medicare regulations and insurance providers for planning services.
  • Collaborated with other disciplines and providers; supervised ancillary staff.
  • Experienced at communicating with physician offices and referring providers.
  • Worked closely with insurance providers and area physicians.
  • Supervised licensed and non-licensed health care providers.
  • Coordinated communication between other health care providers.
  • Administer medications under the providers order.
  • Communicated with the Medical providers.
  • Supervised lower level care providers.
  • Initiated referrals and collaborated effectively with health care providers, third parties, patients and families based on a specific role.
  • Collaborated with physicians, providers, and members of treatment team to develop, evaluate, and document care planning.
  • Worked closely with providers and other staff members, professional and non-professional and also ancillary staff within the home environment.
  • Drafted and implemented complex nursing care plans and networked closely with medical providers, nursing attendants, and family.
  • Coordinate with DME providers as needed and make referrals for equipment and services as indicated by patient needs.

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4. Vital Signs

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Here's how Vital Signs is used in Home Health Nurse jobs:
  • Perform evaluation assessments including vital signs, medication reconciliation and review, care plan implementation and revision.
  • Report unstable patient conditions/vital signs to physicians for further treatment according to agency policy.
  • Performed independent nursing assessments including skilled nursing observations and vital signs.
  • Perform evaluation task including vital signs and medication review.
  • Obtained vital signs and documented patients charts accurately.
  • Complete assessments, vital signs, medication teaching/management.
  • Documented vital signs and other relative information.
  • Administered breathing treatments and monitored vital signs.
  • Prevented infection by monitoring vital signs.
  • Monitored vital signs and seizure activity.
  • Assessed patient's vitals by monitoring vital signs, symptoms, test results and reported to supervisor or physicians as necessary.
  • Monitor vital signs; manage medications, particularly for pain; and generally take care of the needs of the patient.
  • Administer medication, monitor vital signs, wound care, draw blood for labs and educate patients on health care.
  • Interviewed patients or a designated family member to obtain medical information and measure their vital signs, weight and height.
  • Conducted assessments and changes in their conditions, monitored vital signs, administered medications, and assisted with ADL's.
  • Record and monitor vital signs, full body assessments, operated feeding pump, administer breathing treatments, administered medications.
  • Provide wound care, monitor respiratory status, take vital signs, administer medications, and use diligent assessment skills.
  • Performed blood pressure, respiratory, pulse rate and other vital signs for a measure of body's basic functions.
  • Perform wound care, administer medications, record vital signs, and coordinate with physicians on changes in patient condition.
  • Charted of medical findings, including vital signs which was shared and communicated with medical professionals regarding client's case.

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5. Disease Process

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Here's how Disease Process is used in Home Health Nurse jobs:
  • Case management responsibilities including a wide variety of intravenous therapy, multiple disease processes, and patient education.
  • Provided physical assessments, diabetic teaching, medication instruction and education on diagnosis and disease process.
  • Developed treatment plans, educated patient and caregivers on disease process, disease management and medications.
  • Provided patients/family members education on proper taking of medications, disease process and discharge instructions.
  • Provided skilled nursing services for observation and assessment of potentially unstable disease processes.
  • Provided ongoing family education related to disease process and changing patient health status.
  • Assess patient status relative to diagnosis and/or disease process utilizing nursing process.
  • Educate and teach patient and family/caretaker independent care related to disease process.
  • Educated patient and caregivers about disease process, interventions and management.
  • Provided education and information to geriatric patients regarding disease processes.
  • Instructed/educated patients and family members on proper care and disease process
  • Provided education to client and family regarding disease process.
  • Provide behavioral/emotional support for patients experiencing various disease processes.
  • Provide disease process assessment, education and management.
  • Provide patient education on medications and disease processes.
  • Educated patients regarding disease process and disease management.
  • Educate patients and families on disease processes, disease management, pain control, wound care, medications and home safety.
  • Completed full assessments, collaborated with the primary care physician, and educated patient and families on disease processes and medications.
  • Provided skilled nursing visits of individuals with a need for monitoring and instruction of various disease processes and post surgical needs.
  • Instructed patients and family members on health management, including nutrition, safety, medication, disease process and wound care.

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6. RN

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Here's how RN is used in Home Health Nurse jobs:
  • Prepare and maintain documentation accurately, timely, and according to agency policy and governmental and Medicare rules and regulations.
  • Have working knowledge of multiple computer applications/software to include Microsoft Office programs, Microsoft Outlook and Internet familiarity.
  • Write article for their monthly newspaper educating the senior population about pertinent safety concerns and health information.
  • Follow up with psychiatric patients returning home after hospital discharge and assisting with hospitalization arrangements for clients.
  • Communicated and interpreted imperative information concerning patient daily changing condition to medical staff and family.
  • Provided individual and family patient education concerning prescribed medications, immunizations, and allergens.
  • Provided private duty nursing for newborns and young adults specializing in respiratory distress.
  • Promote patient/client recovery/rehabilitation to return patient/client to maximum level of function.
  • Evaluate and address customer concerns including documentation and resolution of same.
  • Learn material presented in educational module for specific injection medications.
  • Furnish services requiring substantial and specialized nursing skills.
  • Communicated unresolved abnormalities to RN and physician.
  • Worked independently under RN supervision.
  • Recorded all patient information obtained at each visit in the patient journal; notified nursing supervisor of changing or unusual conditions.
  • Performed in-home nursing care and continuous monitoring of children, newborn through 17 years, with a wide variety of diagnoses.
  • Provided home health care at the RN level to medically fragile children with a variety of acute and chronic health conditions.
  • Evaluated learning needs of patient and/or family and provides patient/family education appropriate to age, culture, condition, and circumstances.
  • Assist the patient in learning appropriate self-care techniques to develop functional ADL abilities and referred Home Health Aid services if needed.
  • Reported directly to the client's physician and family, especially regarding concerns for new medical conditions or worsening health.
  • Performed daily wound care to patients with surgical wounds, pressure wounds, diabetic wounds, venous wounds and burns.

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7. Health Aides

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Here's how Health Aides is used in Home Health Nurse jobs:
  • Monitored the appropriate completion of documentation by home health aides/personal care workers as part of the supervisory/leadership responsibility.
  • Supervised home health aides by providing training and completing weekly performance evaluations.
  • Managed cases of 20 to 26 clients, and assumed a supervisory role over an LPN and several home health aides.
  • Assign elected portion of patient's care to Licensed Practical Nurses (LPNs) and Home Health Aides (HHA).
  • Coordinate patient care between skilled nursing, home health aides, therapy, providers, and community needs as Case Manager.
  • Collaborate with doctors, physical therapists, and home health aides in order to provide quality care for each individual case.
  • Managed RN's, Home Health Aides, Physical Therapist, Occupational Therapists, Social Worker and Physical Therapy Assistant.
  • Performed supervisory visits for licensed practical nurses and home health aides to ensure proper performance of patient care and skills.
  • Supervised home health aides, LVN's to ensure care plans were followed per physician's orders and agency standards.
  • Coordinate patient care with insurance companies, Medicare, Medicaid, physicians, physical therapists, and home health aides.
  • Coordinated health care services provided by ancillary personnel such as home health aides, medical social work and indicated therapies.
  • Coordinated care between all disciplines including doctors, home health aides, chaplains, respiratory therapists and pharmacists.
  • Educated and instructed home health aides, caregivers, and family members on treatments, outcomes and resources.
  • Case manager for numerous clients throughout the region Provide skilled nursing care and supervise performance of home health aides
  • Supervised home health aide services and prepared written instructions for their patient care provided by home health aides
  • Coordinate care with nurses, therapists, physicians, and home health aides to ensure maximum outcomes.
  • Experience with forming an individualized plan of care and supervising home health aides for that client.
  • Perform house visits to support health aides when radical changes in patient condition requiring are experienced.
  • Performed initial assessments, nursing care, and supervised home health aides in patients' homes.
  • Provided direction, motivation and leadership to subordinate team of LPN's and Home Health Aides.

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8. Medication Management

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Here's how Medication Management is used in Home Health Nurse jobs:
  • Instructed patients/families on disease/medication management.
  • Engaged in skillful observations, medical treatments, computerized charting, medication management, and caregiver education in skilled nursing.
  • Provided disease and medication management, nutritional education, wound care including negative pressure.
  • Home Health-GTube Care, Respirator Certification, Medication Management, Accompany Patient to Outpatient Services
  • Facilitate appropriate patient/family teaching on items such as disease management and medication management.
  • Provided patient education as related to disease processes and medication management and contraindications.
  • Developed medication management and personalized care plans as ordered for each client.
  • Provided education in disease process, medication management, and wellness promotion.
  • Provided education and assistance with dressing changes, infusions, medication management.
  • Provided admission assessments, wound care, disease management and medication management.
  • Evaluated patients and provided medication management in a home environment.
  • Provided assessment, counseling and medication management for patients.
  • Supervised and aided patients with medication management.
  • Provided medication management, health assessments, wound care, treatments and in-home education and training to patients and care givers.
  • Conducted home and psychiatric visits and provided skilled nursing including wound care, IV therapy, medication management and patient education.
  • Visit patients at home for follow ups like wound care, vital signs, medication management, and home environment assessment.
  • Completed cardiac and diabetic management, medication management, wound care, wound vacs, IV therapy, lab draws etc.
  • Provided nursing assessment, direct care, medication management, and Case Management Services to Home Health Care patients and their families
  • Assisted with: Activities of daily living, personal shopping, transportation, medication management, assessment and vital signs.
  • Provided medication management, injections, blood draws, assessment, education and support of mentally ill clients and families.

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9. Trach Care

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Here's how Trach Care is used in Home Health Nurse jobs:
  • Administered medications, performed Trach care, administered tube feeding formulas, performed assessments as needed and required.
  • Care of ventilator dependent patients, trach care, medication distribution, and respiratory treatment.
  • Provided medications, trach care, medical support, and interaction with the child.
  • Involved in all aspects of trach care including replacement and site care.
  • Monitored patients on ventilators and performed trach cares per MD/patient direction.
  • Provided trach care/changes as needed with long term patients.
  • Provided trach care, ventilator and BiPap management.
  • Provided trach care and vent care.
  • Med passes, vent, trach care for client with special needs.
  • Performed suction care, trach care, and G tube care.
  • Peg care, foley insertion and care, trach care.
  • Maintained proper trach care Administered medication via Peg tube.
  • Maintained tracheostomy to include routine trach care.
  • Monitored patients in home and school settings Administered food and medications via g tube Administered trach care
  • Performed procedures such as venipuncture, IV infusion, wound care, trach care, urinary catheterization, or injections.
  • Administer medication Transferring patients to and from bed to wheelchair Trach care and vent operation Daily charting and family education
  • Performed venipunctures, IV therapy, enteral feedings, trach care, Foley cath care, wound care and diabetic teaching.

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10. Drawing Blood

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Here's how Drawing Blood is used in Home Health Nurse jobs:
  • Worked in office M-F, did home visits on weekends which included drawing blood.
  • Worked with bilibeds and drawing blood and taking it to labs.
  • Perform nursing duties, such as administering medications, measuring vital signs, collecting specimens, or drawing blood samples.
  • Help on floor when needed drawing blood, giving shots, assisting with procedures, etc.
  • Performed other duties as needed such as drawing blood, changing dressings, and installing IVs.
  • Measure vital signs, drawing blood samples/ IV, administration of medication and case documentation.

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11. Health Nurse

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Here's how Health Nurse is used in Home Health Nurse jobs:
  • Completed specialized training for recognition as a behavioral health nurse.
  • Home Health Nurse/ Clinical Case Manager Supervisor
  • Home Health Nurse providing direct patient care to spinal injury client's adult through Pediatric Clients providing Ventilator care in home.
  • Home health nurse; performed patient assessments, admissions, wound care, IVs, lab draws and patient teaching.
  • Home Health Nurse Southeast Houston Area - Provided diabetic teaching - Performed extensive wound care - Assisted with terminally ill patients
  • Job duties-Worked as a home health nurse/case manager providing primary care and managing the health of patients in the home.
  • Home health nurse with duties to include: medication ordering and management, wound care, physical assessments and documentation.
  • Job Responsibilities: Home health nurse Assessment, implementation and evaluation according to the home health nurse standard of care.
  • Completed travel contract with extension as home health nurse providing skilled nursing care for patients in their home, i.e.
  • Worked as a home health nurse under the direction of RN and physician performing skilled services in patients home environment.
  • Home Health Nurse for geriatric population and Dr Suits' patients (performing PVR's and bladder scans).
  • Home Health Nurse for cancer patients, multiple sclerosis and worked in hospitals on the medical / surgical units.
  • Performed a comprehensive range of clinical functions as a community health nurse working with patients with acute illnesses.
  • Maintained pt's in their home setting while carrying out the duties of a home health nurse.
  • Home Health Nurse providing direct one on one patient care for geriatric patients in their homes.
  • Home Health Nurse: Provided in-home care for patient with post operation on the left femur.
  • Worked as a home health nurse whom visits with medically fragile children in their home.
  • Home Health Nurse responsible for the care of chronically and critically ill vent dependent infant.
  • Skilled Home Health Nurse to home bound clients in Greater Atlanta at the present time.
  • Home health nurse: provided IV infusions, Diabetic teaching, Wound Care, etc.

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12. G-Tube

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Here's how G-Tube is used in Home Health Nurse jobs:
  • Administered medications and provided feedings via G-Tube.
  • Administered medications and nutrition via G-tube.
  • Provide one on one health care for pediatric patients with complex medical needs including ventilators, G-tubes, J-tubes, etc.
  • Care provided for children with tracheotomy, ventilator, g-tube, j-tube, respiratory, neurological, and seizure disorders.
  • Provided total care for quadriplegia, ventilator dependent patients having tracheotomy, G-tube, and condom catheter.
  • Maintained open communication w/ parents to provide feedback and provided teaching r/t management of Mic-Key g-tube.
  • Assisted in the G-tube feeding, Ventilator - care, Respiratory treatment including suctioning.
  • Care to include but not limited to ventilator, G-tube and physically handicapped patients.
  • Administered medication via g-tube, and injections, as prescribed by the physician.
  • Administered medication and nutritional formula through a G-tube (Mickey Button).
  • Provide nutritional support via G-tube, G-Button, and feeding pumps.
  • Administer medication via g-tube as prescribed by patient's physician.
  • Med pass via g-tube Skills UsedStoma care and ADL's
  • Implemented the patient's treatment plan including G-Tube feeding.
  • Maintained clean work field when handling clients g-tube.
  • Administer medications and feedings to patient via G-tube.
  • Provided feedings via g-tube gravity or with pump.
  • Looked for s/s of infections around g-tube.
  • Replaced patient's g-tube and feeding bag.
  • Feed via g-tube per daily instruction amounts.

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13. ADL

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Here's how ADL is used in Home Health Nurse jobs:
  • Medicate per MD orders-Assist clients with ADL's-Order medication-Tasks as delegated by RN/ Physician-Patient and family teaching-Wound care
  • Administered care to patients in their homes, including quadriplegic clients, assisting with activities for daily living (ADL).
  • Provided in-home care to two elderly adults, organizing/scheduling all medications and follow-up appointments while assisting with all ADL's
  • Provided care for stroke patients, in home, assisted with ADL, PT and monitoring of medications.
  • Maintain assigned work list, meeting all deadlines while maintaining the confidentiality of all business documents and correspondence.
  • Assist with ADL's -relay changes in patient to hospice RN -administer medications -provide education to patient and caregiver
  • Provide all nursing and respiratory care for pediatric patients as well as assist with ADL's.
  • Work closely with Physical Therapies and Occupational Therapies to regain or improve basic ADL functions.
  • Assist a gentleman at home with ADL s, nutrition, medications, and ambulation.
  • Complete ADL's, treatments, planning of daily activities to manage the daily schedule.
  • Assess and monitor patients on ventilators, administer medications through peg tubes, complete ADL care
  • Assisted with rehabilitation of the patient, performing ADL's, and provided ROM/AROM.
  • Helped to maintain dignity and assist with ADL within the scope of my practice.
  • Collected specimens, weighed patients, administered enemas, and assisted with ADL's.
  • Provided all ADL's for 22 year old female with a rare brain disorder.
  • Assisted patients with ADL's that they were unable to complete on their own.
  • Assisted pediatric clients with ADL's including bathing, dressing, eating, etc.
  • Attend to Patient ADLS, provide follow-up care and additional services as requested.
  • Assist with patient-teaching of new medications, ADL's and new equipment.
  • Provided all ADL's, driving to appointments and planning care.

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14. Hospice

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Here's how Hospice is used in Home Health Nurse jobs:
  • Facilitate communication between home office and hospice division to ensure excellent patient care and cost-effective outcomes.
  • Provided comprehensive nursing care to a hospice patient in an assisted living facility
  • Assure regulatory compliance including maintaining hospice and home health Medicare guidelines.
  • Collaborate and report to Hospice regarding concerns for new/worsening medical conditions.
  • Administered oral and assisted with intravenous medications as directed by hospice.
  • Provided education regarding medication in emergency hospice kit.
  • Provided coordination and leadership of Hospice program.
  • Hired and trained hospice interdisciplinary team.
  • Provided direct nursing care based on patient's needs in the home setting with an emphasis on geriatrics and hospice care.
  • Case Manager for home care patients in home Care therapeutic health, palliative care, and Transitioning patients to hospice care.
  • Worked as a hospice nurse performing admissions, routine visits and term of life visits as well as weekend on call.
  • Case Management of Home Health and Hospice patients, providing assessment, education, and care tailored to each patients needs.
  • Provide care to patients enrolled in the Hospice Program as assigned in the after regular working hours on-call rotation.
  • Cared for home health patients and hospice patients in a variety of environments in Davidson Co. and surrounding counties.
  • Job Description and Duties: Hospice and Palliative care; Patient education of pathology and emotional process of dying.
  • Administered care to various clients in their homes, including an Autistic child, ventilator-dependent children and Hospice patients.
  • Collaborated with the Hospice team to provide continuity of care and ensure comfort measures during end-of-time care.
  • Maintained knowledge and expertise to accomplish the hospice goals as influenced by the client s final wishes.
  • See resume, under additional information, for home health & hospice experience of 15 years.
  • Provided education to physicians, community, and health care facilities on Hospice and Palliative Care.

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15. Picc

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Here's how Picc is used in Home Health Nurse jobs:
  • Administered medications, including intravenously via PICC lines.
  • Direct Nursing Care in Patient Homes Including Home Infusion/PICC Care Complex Wound Care including KCI Wound Vac Placement and Dressing Changes.
  • Administer IV antibiotics via PICC line, PICC line dressing change, Foley Catheters insertion/removal.
  • Started IV lines and accessed PICC lines for IV fluid and antibiotic therapies.
  • Administered infusions via PICC, ports, CVAD, and peripheral access.
  • Administered antibiotics through PICC line, assess and provide teaching.
  • Provided wound care, PICC line management and lab collection.
  • Care and placement check on PICC line/ Central line.
  • Started IV sites, accessed Infuse-a-ports and PICC lines.
  • Performed lab draws and maintained various PICC lines.
  • Home IV Therapy-place PICC or peripheral site.
  • Administer antibiotic via PICC Line.
  • Managed PICC lines, IV therapy, and wound vacs.
  • Perform Central lines (PICC, Mediport) assessment and care, education, and administration of IV medications.
  • Administered injections, IV's, picc lines, Notified Doctors on change of condition, lab draws.
  • Perform venous and arterial punctures, access ports, insert peripheral lines and maintain PICC lines.
  • Home health visits to ill patients Provided wound care, IV/PICC line therapy, and diabetic education
  • Performed arterial blood gases; responded to Code Blues; assessed and inserted PICCS and midlines.
  • Experience with PEG tubes, PICC lines, subclavian catheters and port access.
  • performed lab works via peripheral or PICC LINE.

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16. Treatment Plans

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Here's how Treatment Plans is used in Home Health Nurse jobs:
  • Conferred with medical doctors, collaborated with multiple educational/social service agencies and modified treatment plans as indicated by responses and conditions.
  • Prepared appropriate documentation and clinical notes implement treatment plans.
  • Performed prescribed treatment plans per physicians instructions.
  • Developed comprehensive treatment plans for patients.
  • Conduct assessments and provide in home care to clients Educate families and patients regarding their diagnosis, medications, and treatment plans
  • Utilize effective communication skills to work closely with physicians to obtain treatment plans that allow patients to remain at home.
  • Assist practitioners in providing pertinent information used to modify patient treatment plans as indicated by patients' responses and conditions.
  • Provided education on treatment plans and individual medications with concentration on dosing, side effects, and medication safety.
  • Followed rehabilitation and treatment plans; minimize pain, discomfort, infections and complications; and optimize patient outcomes.
  • Monitor all aspects of patient care, modifying patient treatment plans as indicated by patients' responses and conditions.
  • Worked with fellow nurses and implemented and participated in individual treatment plans for patients and patient Care Plans.
  • Program Development via creating and development treatment plans to meet the needs of home based Medicare patients.
  • Devised treatment plans based upon doctor's orders, patient prognosis and patient and family needs.
  • Evaluated client needs and revised treatment plans as needed, adhering to all practical standards.
  • Evaluated the patients' health care needs and initiated and revised treatment plans as needed.
  • Coordinate with the physician regarding implementation of treatment plans and the proper medication regimen.
  • Developed and implemented treatment plans for each patient under the direction of the physician.
  • Acted as liaison between patients and physicians to ensure patient understanding of treatment plans.
  • Assessed client and family physical, functional and psycho-social needs and facilitated treatment plans.
  • Assessed and developed appropriate and creative treatment plans for patients of varied diagnoses.

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17. LPN

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Here's how LPN is used in Home Health Nurse jobs:
  • Delegated and coordinated coverage by LPN staff and multidisciplinary team.
  • Delivered OASIS evaluation and re-evaluation of patients in the Miami-Dade county area, with supervision of 21 LPN and nurse aids.
  • Maintained patient's confidentiality.>Followed state and federal policies and procedures.>Practiced within the LPN scope of nursing.
  • Manage the scheduling of my patients on a day to day basis to LPN and other support staff.
  • Performed all duties within the LPN scope of practice, in the home health setting.
  • Treat patients with mental health disorders * Manage patient care * Wound care * Supervise LPN/CNA
  • Prepared individual care plans and specific care plans for home care aids and LPNs.
  • Nurse supervisor for 20-30 patients, working with LPN, and CNA supervision.
  • Provided direct nursing care in the home under LPN scope of practice.
  • Supervised LPNs and Aides providing care to a caseload of 30+ patients.
  • Provided holistic, palliative care in LPN capacity to terminally ill patients.
  • Directed and supervised LPN's and CNA's health care personnel.
  • Reason for leaving: Did not have enough hours for LPN's
  • Field supervisory visits for LPN and home health aide evaluation.
  • Delivered a complete range of LPN services and expertise.
  • Supervised LPNs to complete the care of clients.
  • Supervised LPN's, nurse aides and housekeepers.
  • Assisted in the orientation of new LPNs.
  • Promoted from LPN to LPN manager.
  • Manage, educate and supervise LPN/CNA.

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18. Occupational Therapy Services

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Here's how Occupational Therapy Services is used in Home Health Nurse jobs:
  • Provide occupational therapy services under the supervision of a qualified occupational therapist in compliance with state and federal regulations.

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19. Pediatrics

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Here's how Pediatrics is used in Home Health Nurse jobs:
  • Experienced in adult elderly nursing /geriatrics and pediatrics
  • Hospital-based nursing experience includes direct patient care and case management in medical-surgical, long term care, obstetrics, and pediatrics.
  • Provide direct patient focused care in the home for one patient at a time for adults, pediatrics, and infants.
  • Specialized care provided in acute care, long-term care, outpatient clinics, pediatrics, gerontology, urology, cardiac,
  • Provided care for pediatrics with developmental issues, including Cerebral Palsy, shaken baby syndrome, and premature babies.
  • Provided nursing care and case management to a variety of home health clients, from pediatrics to senior care.
  • Experience in providing in- home care to geriatrics and pediatrics according to individuals plan of care and needs.
  • Cared for patients with ongoing disease processes, post-surgical, congenital defects & disorders from pediatrics to geriatrics.
  • Home Health Nurse Provider of skilled medical services to pediatrics clients in their family homes and schools.
  • Managed 20-25 Home Care patients extending from Pediatrics to Geriatrics in the Northern Wilmington area.
  • Care for patients from Pediatrics to Geriatric, Spinal Cord Injury to Seizure Patients.
  • Case manager Team Leader for Pediatrics Provide adult and pediatric home health services.
  • Provided in home nursing care to patients which ranged from pediatrics to geriatrics.
  • Provide care to developmentally disabled pediatrics in the comfort of their home.
  • Experienced in dealing with infants, pediatrics, adults especially the elderly.
  • Home visits specializing in diabetes, cardiac, pediatrics and wound care
  • Home Health visits to a variety of clients, including pediatrics.
  • Experience with pediatrics, infants and adults.
  • Experienced in pediatrics - geriatric care.
  • Home health assessment pediatrics and adults.

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20. Physical Therapy

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Here's how Physical Therapy is used in Home Health Nurse jobs:
  • Worked closely with Rehab Facility in scheduling client's physical therapy, response to prescribed treatment and overall rehabilitation process.
  • Evaluated for feasibility of concurrent services such as physical therapy, respiratory therapy, and occupational therapy as needed.
  • Performed regular neurological assessments, gave medication, assisted with speech, physical therapy, and developmental activities.
  • Identified needs and referred patients to ancillary services particularly Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy and Speech Therapy.
  • Request consultations with physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy and medical social worker.
  • Organized and managed regular cases involving physical therapy, occupational therapy and dietary professionals.
  • Case management with appointment setup; referrals to physical therapy/ occupational therapy when needed.
  • Coordinated care delivered by physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy.
  • Assisted physical therapy to maintain resident at proper therapeutic level.
  • Provided basic physical therapy for adult and pediatric patient population.
  • Established and perform physical therapy routine.
  • Plan of care development, coordination of services with physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy, medical social worker.
  • Coordinated care between nursing, physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy, medical social services, and community services.
  • Assess patients needs in the home and coordinate with the LPN and physical therapy for coordinating and management of care.
  • Coordinate care with other team members including physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy, and multiple specialists.
  • Work closely with disciplinary team to include physical therapy, physicians and outpatient services for patient care.
  • Set up physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy, or social consults as needed.
  • Coordinated other services such as physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy and social service.
  • Assisted patients in physical therapy, occupational therapy, and speech therapy to obtain ADL proficiency.
  • Assisted physically challenged client, conducted and performed ADL's and customized physical therapy program.

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21. Physical Assessment

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Here's how Physical Assessment is used in Home Health Nurse jobs:
  • Provided detailed assessments of patients for insurance purposes including head-to-toe physical assessments, medical histories and mental health examinations.
  • Care includes: Physical assessment, administration of medications per physician orders and monitoring of respiratory special needs.
  • Conduct physical assessment and electronically document all findings in the system.
  • Performed nutritional and physical assessments; administered injections and chemotherapy agents.
  • Conducted client physical assessments and evaluations at client locations.
  • Performed physical assessment responding appropriately utilizing critical thinking skills.
  • Provide a complete physical assessment and medical history.
  • Performed basic physical assessment during home visit.
  • Perform physical assessment and use therapeutic communications.
  • Performed physical assessments, fetal monitoring.
  • Performed basic daily physical assessments.
  • Performed physical assessment of infant.
  • Performed physical assessments and documentation.
  • Provide skilled physical assessments and medical treatment in client home environment; communication and coordination with other providers and team members.
  • Provide complete physical assessment of patients for admittance to home health, during regular biweekly visits, and for discharge status.
  • Direct patient care in individuals' homes which include admission and physical assessments, teaching, health promotion and prevention.
  • Home visits with patients for medical history, physical assessment, wound care, medication evaluation/compliance, IV administration.
  • Performed physical assessment, wound care, and capitalized on the patient education opportunity within the home.
  • Provided patient teaching, wound care, complete physical assessment and other procedures ordered by physician.
  • Use independent nursing skills to make autonomous decisions based on physical assessment of the patient.

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22. Diabetic Care

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Here's how Diabetic Care is used in Home Health Nurse jobs:
  • Conducted physical assessments and ordered treatments such as wound care, IV therapy, respiratory therapy, and diabetic care.
  • Provided care for post-surgical patient, including diabetic care, wound care, medication regiment and meal preparations.
  • Concentrated on wound care, diabetic care, strokes, orthopedics, and cardiac-rehab care
  • Provided Diabetic care and insulin injections.
  • Provided teaching as needed in ostomy, wound, and diabetic care.
  • Performed wound care, peg tube and trach care, urinary catheterization, and diabetic care.
  • Take care of assigned residents on weekends Wound care Patient teaching Skilled nursing Report progress or complaints to a physician Diabetic care

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23. Personal Care

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Here's how Personal Care is used in Home Health Nurse jobs:
  • Collaborated with the interdisciplinary team to assure personal care, medical care and rehabilitation are provided.
  • Participated in coordination of services for personal care/homemaker needs of Medicaid/Medicaid Waiver clients.
  • Performed supervisory visits for personal care and Medicaid Waiver patients.
  • Preformed necessary personal care for patients.
  • Administered medications, range of motion exercises and therapeutic massage, as well as hygiene and personal care.
  • Cared for the needs of individuals that included personal care, preparing healthy meals, and light cleaning.
  • Assisted with every day living such as cooking, dressing, cleaning, running errands and personal care.
  • Provide medical and personal care to individuals who are chronically ill, disabled or suffering from cognitive impairments.
  • Provided prescribed medical treatment and personal care to the ill, injured, convalescent and handicapped persons.
  • Provide medical & personal care to individuals who want to remain at home but need assistance.
  • Provided clinical and personal care for disabled children and elderly adults with chronic health problems.
  • Assisted home health personal care to a client with advanced Dementia and Alzheimer s Disease.
  • Provided personal care, dressing wounds, specimen collection when needed and performed laboratory tests.
  • Administered oral medicines, ointments, and baths, assisted with other personal care.
  • Conducted supervisory visits, chart audits and completed assessments for Personal Care Options program.
  • Supervised the provision of home personal care services by certified nurse's aides.
  • Assisted in the personal care of patient including bathing, changing and feeding.
  • Traveled to homes of individuals who needed assistance in their personal care.
  • Entertained, converse with, cleaning and assisting with their personal care.
  • Provided medical treatment or personal care to patients in private home settings.

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24. Independent Living

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Here's how Independent Living is used in Home Health Nurse jobs:
  • Initial assessment, start of care plan, collaborated with health team to promote independent living.
  • Provided weekly counseling for juvenile clients with behavioral deficiencies also advised clients on independent living and social skills training.
  • Enabled independent living for a spinal cord injury/paralyzed Vietnam Veteran.
  • Transition the disabled into independent living within the community.
  • Assisted ventilator dependent client in independent living.
  • Educated patients and families about infant care, preparation of healthy meals, independent living and adaptation to disability or illness.

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25. Tube Feedings

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Here's how Tube Feedings is used in Home Health Nurse jobs:
  • Perform tube feedings via bolus and kangaroo pump along with educating client/family/caregiver.
  • Administered G-tube feedings while maintaining aspiration precautions.
  • Administered medications and tube feedings as ordered.
  • Assessed and cared for children in their homes, utilizing ventilators, tube feedings and central IV lines.
  • Provided in-home IV therapy, wound care, mediation education, and catheter and tube feedings.
  • Worked extensively with G-tube patients, administering tube feedings and medications and providing site care.
  • Administer supplemental nutrients and medications via gastric tube feedings for the orally challenged.
  • Monitor vital signs, G-tube feedings, record and maintain I&O.
  • Worked with tracheotomies, ventilation, tube feedings, I.V.
  • Assist with G-tube care, administer G-tube feedings and medications.
  • Monitored G-tube feedings, pump functions and patient tolerance.
  • Experience with G-tube feedings via a Kangaroo pump.
  • Tube feedings to maintain hydration and prevent malnutrition.
  • Preformed tube feedings and suctioning as necessary.
  • Tube feedings pulse ox, suctioning.
  • PEG Tube feedings & care.
  • Performed tracheostomy care and administered G-Tube feedings.
  • Administered pediatric medications and G-tube feedings/meds.
  • Provide tube feedings and nutritional support to pediatric patients in their homes Administer enemas to adult patients and assist with toileting needs
  • Implemented Care Team's home care plans Experienced in G-Tube feedings, trach care, ventilator monitoring, seizure monitoring.

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26. Ostomy Care

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Here's how Ostomy Care is used in Home Health Nurse jobs:
  • Administered treatments including wound/ incision dressing, catheter, tracheotomy and colostomy care to patient following physician's instructions.
  • Assist with colostomy care, self-catheterization and intake/outputs.
  • Performed tracheostomy care daily and changes monthly
  • Administered IV medications, sterile and non-sterile dressing changes, ostomy care, medication and disease teaching, computerized charting.
  • Provide wound care, IV antibiotics, diabetes management, foley care or colostomy care for home health patients.
  • Participated in all aspects of patient care including giving medication, complete assessments, ostomy care, wound care.
  • Assisted patients with daily functions, tube feeds, treatments, oxygen use, and tracheostomy care.
  • Home care including support for family members, safety requirements, tracheostomy care and ventilator assistance.
  • Applied wound vacs, performed tracheostomy care, ventilator care, and post surgical patients.
  • Involved in wound care, diabetic care, vent care, and ostomy care.
  • Provide patient self-care education, wound care, injections, catheters & ostomy care
  • Provide tracheostomy care, suctioning, postural drainage, range of motion.
  • Administer Medication, dressing changes, tracheostomy care, administer breathing treatments.
  • Skilled in tracheostomy care, ventilators, central and peripheral IV's.
  • Maintained chest tube, ventilator, perform tracheostomy care and suctioning.
  • Manage of home ventilators and provide home tracheostomy care and education.
  • Specialized in Pediatric Home Care, Tracheostomy Care and wound care.
  • Care of Patients requiring ventilator and tracheostomy care in home setting
  • Perform tracheostomy care and suction as needed.
  • Performed tracheostomy care and suctioning throughout shift.

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27. Physician Orders

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Here's how Physician Orders is used in Home Health Nurse jobs:
  • Computerized charting and collaborating with other members of the interdisciplinary team as well as receive and implement physician orders.
  • Received and processed physician orders and communicated OASIS documentation to appropriate suppliers providing care to clients.
  • Deliver quality pediatric care according to patient's individual physician orders.
  • Collected required laboratory specimens and blood as needed per physician orders.
  • Complete assessments and implement physician orders.
  • Obtained/received physician orders as required.
  • Provide hands-on care, management and evaluation of the care plan and teaching of the patient in accordance with physician orders.
  • Checked medication for pharmacy, quantity and noted any and all problems, Completed assessments as assigned, Implemented Physician Orders.
  • Processed payroll, reviewed 485's for accuracy, followed-up on lab draws and physician orders for the field staff.
  • Performed in accordance with physician orders and plan of care under the direction and supervision of the registered nurse.
  • Provided total care to the pediatric patient in the home setting by delivering care according to individual physician orders.
  • Skilled nursing visits to patient's home for implementation of physician orders and compliance with patient care plan.
  • Care provided in accordance with physician orders and plan of care while re-evaluating the patient's nursing needs.
  • Assessed, planned and evaluated care for home health patients according to physician orders and departmental standards.
  • Provided care to patients in home care setting including treatments and education of patients under physician orders.
  • Assessed client status each visit, documented assessment, obtained and implemented new physician orders as needed.
  • Care provided in accordance with patient care standards, home health regulations, and physician orders.
  • Review documentation including plan of cares, physician orders, physician visit, Form for accuracy.
  • Maintain a tracking process for timely submission of all Plan of Care and physician orders.
  • Completed wound care, dressing changes, and compliance with physician orders for patient care.

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28. Medication Administration

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Here's how Medication Administration is used in Home Health Nurse jobs:
  • Provide in-home patient care including patient assessment, medication administration, and selection of nursing diagnosis, application of appropriate nursing intervention
  • Provided patient care to ventilator dependent pediatric clients such as medication administration, medical treatments, blood sugar monitoring.
  • Practiced safety in medication administration and ambulation while assisting with activities of daily living including skin care and hygiene
  • Performed skillful observations, medical treatments, charting, medication administration and management, and caregiver education.
  • Performed patient care on a one-to-one basis including but not limited to assessments and medication administration.
  • Performed assessment, patient teaching, documentation medication administration and care coordination with all included disciplines.
  • Monitored progress, updated MD's of concerns/changes as needed, monitored medication administration/use and effectiveness.
  • Reviewed patient medications and provided medication administration teachings to patients/families, especially post hospital/rehab discharges.
  • Care included medication administration with insulin injections and glucose monitoring as well as INR testing.
  • Conducted Group Therapy, managed medication administration, treatment of secluded patients with acute episodes.
  • Demonstrate knowledge and utilization of safe medication administration, adhering to policies and procedure.
  • Provided high quality care to adult care, laboratory specimen collections and medication administration.
  • Provided care through medication administration, injections, cardiopulmonary assessments, wound care.
  • Completed medication organization for patient safety use and compliance of medication administration.
  • Train families and staff on equipment use/asthma management/PICC line care/safe medication administration.
  • Cared for a client with Lennox-Gastaut Syndrome- Medication administration through a gastrointestinal tube
  • Provided physical assessments, medication administration, personal cares and treatments.
  • Provided treatment and medication administration properly, per doctors orders.
  • Provided patient and family education on medication administration and management.
  • Instructed family members in wound care and medication administration standards.

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29. Homebound Patients

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Here's how Homebound Patients is used in Home Health Nurse jobs:
  • Monitored twenty to thirty homebound patients Supervised licensed vocational nurses and nursing aides Instructed patients and family members about disease management
  • Complete admission documentation and assessments for newly admitted homebound patients to home health care agency.
  • Visited homebound patients to provide individualized assessment and to communicate any status change to physicians.
  • Worked independently in rural setting utilizing all available community resources for homebound patients.
  • Provided direct nursing care and education to homebound patients in community setting.
  • Provided comprehensive nursing care utilizing an interdisciplinary approach for homebound patients.
  • Provided comprehensive physical assessments, nursing care for homebound patients.
  • Completed comprehensive evaluation/assessment for qualifying homebound patients per Medicare guidelines.
  • Provided community based nursing care to homebound patients.
  • Served as Case Manager visiting homebound patients with all acute and chronic medical and post-op conditions in a large retirement community.
  • Completed home visits for homebound patients to provide and/or instruct on dressing changes, lab blood draws, and physical assessments.
  • Managed caseload of homebound patients, provided nursing care and procedures and collaborated with team members to coordinate health care.
  • Worked with homebound patients to determine current health care needs and participated with doctors to modify treatment plans as needed.
  • Provide the full range of professional nursing care to post-surgical and diseased homebound patients throughout the Hampton Roads area.
  • Provided skilled nursing care to homebound patients with a wide variety of medical need under Medicare and Medicaid guidelines.
  • Provide home health care to homebound patients, including geriatric clients, spinal cord injuries and wounds.
  • Provided patient care to homebound patients including patient assessment, wound care and referral for other services.
  • Performed primary care nursing to homebound patients including wound care, IV infusions, labs and general assessments
  • Evaluated, supervised and coordinated nursing, occupational, physical and social services to homebound patients.
  • Manage 15 to 20 homebound patients daily in Miami-Dade County territory from Homestead to Coral Gables.

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30. Disease Management

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Here's how Disease Management is used in Home Health Nurse jobs:
  • Instructed patients regarding disease management, operation of necessary medical devices and performance of self-care activities.
  • Provided patient and staff education on Diabetes and Cardiovascular Disease Management.
  • Performed chronic and acute disease management and education.
  • Specialized in wound care and VAC placement but, also provided blood draws, chronic disease management and patient education.
  • Provide patient education for disease management, medications, Intake/Output, Diet, Falls safety/precautions, and patient self-care.
  • Evaluate and treat complicated wounds, provide IV therapy, educate patients and their families on chronic disease management.
  • Utilized interactive, written, and verbal information to educate patient and family members on disease management.
  • Expedited hospital discharge by providing infusion services, wound management and disease management in the home.
  • Provided care to patients in a home care setting focusing on patient education regarding disease management.
  • Assess, document, and intervene to manage the patients care through disease management.
  • Provided intermittent skilled nursing care with wound, IV therapy, and disease management.
  • Provision of home infusion therapy and wound care and implementation of disease management programs.
  • Performed skilled nursing visits r/t chronic disease management, wound care, labs.
  • Instructed patients and family members on proper disease management and care.
  • Educated patients on disease management and wellness.
  • Educate patients on chronic disease management.
  • Educated patients/families on disease/ disease management, and self care to promote independence and and prevention of re-hospitalizations.
  • Educated clients on disease management Performed chart audits and utilization review
  • Instructed clients and their family in nutrition, medication, psychological wellness, disease management, child development and health care.
  • Instructed patients on disease management, medication usage, and consulted frequently with physicians on each case for optimal in-home healthcare.

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31. Mental Health Services

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Here's how Mental Health Services is used in Home Health Nurse jobs:
  • Assisted in developing policies, procedures, and documents used for the mental health services of the company.
  • Provided community-based mental health services in conjunction with multidisciplinary team.
  • Provided mental health services to students in the Allegheny County school system as requested by school staff.
  • Provide linkage and coordination with other service providers for the purpose of providing mental health services.
  • Assist in planning, providing and evaluating comprehensive mental health services.
  • Refer to employees for appropriate medical and mental health services.

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32. Catheter Care

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Here's how Catheter Care is used in Home Health Nurse jobs:
  • Implemented and managed indwelling catheter care, removal/re-insertion, and colostomy care.
  • Administered medications and catheter care.
  • Performed history and physical assessments; Treatments - wound care, diabetic management, catheter care and management, etc.
  • Performed assessments, wound care, blood draws, catheter care, and IV care.
  • Performed dressing changes, catheter care, and organization of PO medications.
  • Provided wound care, PICC line care, catheter care.
  • Fulfilled lab orders, Maintained and performed catheter care.
  • Perform wound care, colostomy care and catheter care.
  • Provided daily foley catheter care.
  • Care for adult Patients in their homeWound CareFoley Catheter CareTotal Knee and Hip Replacement careBlood draws
  • Provided tracheostomy and suprapubic catheter cares.
  • Provide bowel and bladder care, catheter care (straight catheter/indwelling foley/supra pubic), digital stimulation and bowel management.
  • Care focused on physical assessments, wound care, tracheostomy care, foley catheter care.
  • Provided trach, G-Tube, Foley catheter and supra pubic catheter care.
  • Provide trach/vent, G-button, catheter care and maintenence.
  • Provided patient and Family Support Ventlilator, Trach, G-Tube and Supra-Pubic Catheter Care Wound Care IV Therapy via Port

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33. Blood Pressure

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Here's how Blood Pressure is used in Home Health Nurse jobs:
  • Provide basic patient care or treatments, such as taking temperatures or blood pressures, dressing wounds, and treating bedsores.
  • Performed home visits, wound care, DM monitoring, blood pressure monitoring, and office intake.
  • Monitored blood glucose and blood pressure, changed dressings managed wound healing, and cultured wounds.
  • Participated in community and mental health events such as blood drives and blood pressure screenings.
  • Monitored blood pressure and blood sugar, reporting any abnormalities to M.D.
  • Monitor blood pressure and signs/ symptoms of stroke and heart issues.
  • Perform vaccination and blood pressure clinics in surrounding communities.
  • Market agency by participating in blood pressure clinics.
  • Checked and logged Blood Pressure and Blood Sugar.
  • Monitor blood pressure, I&O s, recurring UTI symptoms, and mental status.
  • Complete check of the health of the patient through observation of blood pressure, body temperature, patient history and symptoms.
  • Instruct patients on use of glucometers, Blood pressure machines, insulin pens and other medical machines.
  • Blood pressure and glucose Monitoring, diabetic foot care and conditions related to diabetes.
  • Perform pediatric home visits for accurate blood pressure, apical pulse, and weight checks
  • Check patients pulse, blood pressure, temperature, and respirations.
  • Monitor and record blood pressure, respirations, pulse and temperature with each visit 3.

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34. Line Care

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Here's how Line Care is used in Home Health Nurse jobs:
  • Performed nursing care such as wound care/dressing changes, Foley Catheter insertion, central line care, etc.
  • Provide PICC, Porta-Cath insertion/care, PIV insertion, Central line care/maintenance, and Lab draws.
  • Perform PICC line care as ordered to include labs and dressing changes.
  • Provide wound care including surgical suture line care and pressure ulcer dressings.
  • Performed PICC line care, CVC care and wound vac therapy.
  • Provided PICC and central line care and removal.
  • Provide PICC line care, port care, heparin flushes, wound care, infusions.
  • Provided Pediatric home health, respite care, home IV, tracheostomy and central line care
  • Performed central line and piccline care including flushing and dressing changes.
  • Experience in Picc line care and dressing change.
  • Performed wound care, Wound Vac care, Picc line care, and Phlebotomy
  • Perform procedures such as wound vac.other wound care procefures,g tube.picc line care.

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35. Pain Management

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Here's how Pain Management is used in Home Health Nurse jobs:
  • Provided direct patient care, facilitated pain management, performed sterile procedures, provided education to patient and family members.
  • Provided colostomy care and administered medication for pain management in accordance with current physician recommendations.
  • Educate and manage patients and families regarding both pharmaceutical and non-pharmaceutical approaches to pain management.
  • Care included disease process recovery management and acute pain management.
  • Provided pain management and transportation to appointments.
  • Monitored patients for pain management and control
  • Administered medication and pain management techniques.
  • Provided educational events regarding different disease such diabetes, high blood pressure, Parkinson's, pain management and so on.
  • Assisted with home IV therapy, medications, assisting with home living, wound care & pain management.
  • Offer support and education to hospice patient and families regarding pain management, transitional phase and dying.
  • Managed home IV therapy, wound care and home pain management for terminally ill clients.
  • Educate the patients and their families in areas of prevention, medication and pain management
  • Instructed on each patient's disease process, medication regimen and pain management.
  • Pain management for terminally ill. Grief support for terminally ill patients and families.
  • Coordinated home health services including PT, Pain Management, OT, etc.
  • Home Health Nurse provided patient teaching on disease management and pain management.
  • Focused on comfort and support as well as ongoing pain management.
  • Provided wound care, IV therapy, and pain management.
  • Pain management for osteoarthritis and measures to manage pain.
  • Assess patient for pain management.

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36. Infection Control

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Here's how Infection Control is used in Home Health Nurse jobs:
  • Administered and documented prescribed medication, adhering to universal precautions and aseptic technique and infection control guidelines.
  • Researched / developed protocols and subsequent training of infection control.
  • Coordinated infection control education programs and testing.
  • Provided care utilizing infection control measures
  • Educated patients on medication purposes and side effects, disease processes, preventative health care, safety, and infection control.
  • Assisted with the organization's Quality Assurance/ Performance Improvement, Compliance, Infection Control, and Safety programs.
  • Provided health education on individual needs such as nutrition, wound care, and infection control.
  • Educated patients and families on disease processes and management, safety, infection control and medications.
  • Manage wound care, drainage systems, infection control, mental health and medication issues.
  • Educated the clients about disease process, wound management, infection control and medication administration.
  • Completed wound care to include bandage changes, wound dressing, and infection control.
  • Provide care utilizing infection control measures that protect both the staff and the patient.
  • Educated and trained families in patient care, safety, and infection control.
  • Followed principles of infection control and Universal Precautions as required by OSHA.3.
  • Practiced CDC guidelines while in the homes for infection control purposes.
  • Adhere to established infection control and comply with set exposure standards.
  • Follow infection control policy in and out of the office.
  • Maintained a safe environment through infection control.
  • Prepared infection control reports to the board to prevent community and health care acquired infections.
  • Perform skill nursing visit, progress of treatment Perform suctioning, oxygen therapy Apply proper infection control and standard precaution.

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37. CNA

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Here's how CNA is used in Home Health Nurse jobs:
  • Functioned as Program Coordinator for CNA training Institute establishing curriculum for training program and oversight.
  • Served in direct supervisory role, with oversight of CNA's providing care, maintained accurate patient records, and charts.
  • Train CNA's on proper skills to perform in the home care setting specifically for seniors that live independently.
  • Manage case load of patients requiring skilled nursing, CNA, PT, and/or OT from admission through discharge.
  • Assess patients in home setting and develop a plan of care for the patient and CNA.
  • Performed Oasis assessments developed plans of care and supervised LVN and CNA job duties.
  • Supervised the care rendered by other medical teams: such as LVN and CNA.
  • Supervised and evaluated LVN's and CNA's on direct patient care.
  • Assess all Patients before CNA Home Health Services occur in the Home.
  • Train and mentor new hires in CNA responsibilities and effective patient care.
  • Shift charting, processing orders, and management of CNA's.
  • Perform state mandated supervisory direct and indirect visits of CNA/nursing staff.
  • Provided oversight to CNA's in providing home visits for patients
  • Supervised LVN's and CNA's providing home health services.
  • Performed the basic duties of a CNA.
  • Develop and distribute CNA training program.
  • Coordinated care for PT, ST, OT, wound care, dietary, and CNA services, when needed.
  • Med passes, wound care, charting, supervision of CNA's.
  • Responded and directed staff CNAs, families, and patient on care of those in the home setting.
  • Performed wound care, IV therapy, and many other vital procedures; supervision of CNAs.

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38. Emotional Support

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Here's how Emotional Support is used in Home Health Nurse jobs:
  • Communicated with patients and family members regarding patient status, provided guidance, education and emotional support.
  • Provide education and emotional support for patients and their caregivers.
  • Provide patient and family education, behavioral/ emotional support.
  • Provide emotional support to patient and significant other.
  • Provide advise and emotional support to patient/family members.
  • Provided behavioral/emotional support for disabled client.
  • Provided patient education, treatments, wound care and emotional support to help patients recover from their injuries and illnesses.
  • Provided education, treatment and emotional support to help these individuals and their families during recovery or end of life.
  • Developed a meaningful relationship with clients and families in order to make experiences less stressful by providing emotional support.
  • Provide emotional support to the patient and family members and educate family members on end of life process.
  • Support young patient and their families by explaining patients conditions, treatment options, and providing emotional support.
  • Provided nursing care, which included physical care, emotional support for patients and assisted with family education.
  • Provide a range of treatments, emotional support, and education of clients who have illnesses.
  • Comfort, physical and emotional support to aid patient and family to adjust to approaching death.
  • Monitored dying clients in their homes while providing emotional support to them and their families.
  • Provide skilled nursing care, education, and emotional support to patients in their home.
  • Assist patients with activities of daily living, as well as provide emotional support.
  • Provided medications and comfort and support to child, and emotional support to family.
  • Assisted family members, at patient's time of death, with emotional support.
  • Provide emotional support to patient and family during care and time of bereavement.

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39. Health Education

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Here's how Health Education is used in Home Health Nurse jobs:
  • Evaluated health education needs of patient and provided necessary training and education.
  • Provide health education and consultation services to patients and caregivers.
  • Develop and provide health education and consultation services.
  • Prove health education to patients and family/caregiver.
  • Provided Diabetic and other important health education.
  • Coordinate and advocate community health education.
  • Provide health education to patients and their families and initiate referrals to other community resources as warranted.
  • Instruct individuals and caregivers on topics such as health education, disease prevention and disease state.
  • Provide health education to caregiver and document interim changes of plan of care in timely fashion.
  • Develop and provide health education and consultation services to patients and family members through home visits.
  • Deliver health education and nursing care to help enhance patient wellness and quality of life.
  • Provided health education and counseled diabetic patients in homes on how to prevent injury.
  • Promoted health education and promotion and prevention of disease to both patients and families.
  • Evaluate health education needs of client and supporting staff and provide instruction and training.
  • Stressed health education with patient and families to prevent readmission to in-patient facilities.
  • Provided health education and teaching to patients as related to their diagnosis.
  • Provided health education to client and family members through home visits.
  • Evaluated health education needs of patients and families and provided instruction.
  • Provided health education and training for patients and their care-givers.
  • Develop and provide health education and on -going patient/family teachings.

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40. TPN

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Here's how TPN is used in Home Health Nurse jobs:
  • Total care of wheel-chair bound paraplegic, tracheotomy care, TPN feeding pump, respiratory precautions, C-pap
  • Provided home infusion for antibiotic therapy, Chemotherapy, hydration, TPN, Steroid and Magnesium infusions.
  • Provide resource for Licensed Vocational Nurses regarding patient care and medication/TPN administered via PICC and central lines.
  • Administer different types of infusion therapies such as IVIG, TPN, antibiotics, pain control.
  • Obtained labs, changed wound dressings, and infused IV medications and TPN.
  • Administer IV infusion of antibiotic and TPN, and other IV Infusion.
  • Administered blood products, chemotherapy, TPN, anti-fungal agents and antibiotics.
  • Conducted wound vac techniques accurately and initiated IV antibiotic and TPN therapies.
  • Administered TPN and IV antibiotics in the patients home.
  • Provide wound care, IV and TPN administration.
  • Provided IV medications and TPN.
  • Administer infusions including TPN, IV antibiotics, Remicade, IVIG, 5FU chemo, Factor to pediatric and adult patients.
  • Home visits for patient care which included wound care, TPN, phlebotomy, hospice, and patient/family teaching.
  • Instruct and mix TPN in the home, instruct pt and familymembers on home TPN administration.
  • visit to patients on TPN, IVs, Tracheotomy, ventilator and admission assessments.
  • Provide medications as ordered; by mouth and enteral feeding, enteral feedings, TPN infusion, 1:1 feeding.
  • Home IV Administration and supervision, maintanence of all central lines PICC line Insertion -+ on call duties TPN Antibiodic/antifungals/ steroids.hydration

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41. Social Workers

low Demand
Here's how Social Workers is used in Home Health Nurse jobs:
  • Supervised Home care aides and coordinated patient care with Physical/Occupational/Speech therapists and consulted with Medical Social Workers, if situation warranted.
  • Facilitated recovery process through coordination of discharge planning in collaboration with physicians, nurses, physical/occupational therapists and social workers.
  • Key member of interdisciplinary team that included physicians, physical therapists, occupational therapists and social workers.
  • Make referrals to physical therapists, speech pathologists, occupational therapists and medical or social workers for patients with specialized treatment.
  • Work hand in hand with social workers and identify conditions unsafe for patients so proper care and safe environment are maintained.
  • Communicate with Social Workers, Home Health Aids, Physical Therapist, Occupational Therapist and LPNs to provide necessary services.
  • Coordinate between therapists, LPNs, and social workers to ensure that our patients receive the correct care.
  • Worked with CNA's, physical therapist's, and social workers to assist with patients needs.
  • Collaborated with physicians, therapists, adult protective services, social workers and other medical professionals.
  • Case managed - Liaison between patients, therapists, case managers, social workers and physicians.
  • Collaborate all aspects of care with the physicians, nurses, respiratory therapists and social workers3.
  • Coordinated patient care with physicians, physical therapists, home health-aides and social workers.
  • Coordinated case management with physicians, nurses, respiratory therapists, and social workers.
  • Partnered with team of social workers to achieve overall well -being of all patients.
  • Created care plan for Physical Therapists, Certified Nursing Assistants, and Social Workers.
  • Case management with physician, PT, nurse assistants and social workers.
  • Coordinate with PT, OT, ST, and social workers.
  • Coordinate appropriate referrals such as rehabilitations, social workers, home health-aid supervision.
  • Worked in conjunction with physicians, social workers, therapists and attendance to provide complete home for clients for clients.
  • Case Manage and coordinate care of residents with physicians, therapist and social workers Admission assessment and evaluation.

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42. Community Resources

low Demand
Here's how Community Resources is used in Home Health Nurse jobs:
  • Provided private home nursing care to children with profound physical disabilities, including communication with physicians, facilities and community resources.
  • Provided medication education/reconciliation and help with setting up appointments and gaining access to community resources based on individual needs
  • Maintained effective working relationships with patients/families, referral sources, physicians, community resources and insurance representatives.
  • Provided patient education regarding community resources and referrals for Medicaid, Medicare, and Passport services.
  • Provided case management services which included arranging community resources as needed.
  • Provided information for access to community resources on an individual basis.
  • Initiated appropriate referrals and access to community resources as needed.
  • Coordinated care with other disciplines and community resources.
  • Assisted with facilitating community resources as needed.
  • Referred patients to community resources furnishing assistance.
  • Educated patients regarding available community resources.
  • Case managing patient load which includes collaborating with other disciplines and utilizing community resources to keep patients safe at home.
  • Tailored nursing skills to home health setting, including assistance with community resources and health insurance approval of care.
  • Established excellent rapport with patients, facilitated linking with community resources and with screening for inpatient treatment as needed.
  • Educated clients regarding their illnesses, medication, coping, diet, self-care, available community resources and hygiene.
  • Utilize community resources with MIFA and Memphis Food Bank secure necessary nutrition for optimal health and wellness management.
  • Case Management & Private Duty Nursing for Community Resources for People with Disabilities Waiver (CRPD) client.
  • Utilize nursing skills and community resources to encourage the elderly patient to maintain a healthy environment at home.
  • Assist patients with utilizing community resources, maintaining follow up care and provide education as needed.
  • Act as a liaison between hospitals, primary care providers, community resources and managed care.

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43. Medical Equipment

low Demand
Here's how Medical Equipment is used in Home Health Nurse jobs:
  • Specialize in respiratory ventilators, tracheotomy tubes, gastric feeding tubes and other life sustaining medical equipment.
  • Monitored proper functioning and use of medical equipment necessary for activities of daily living.
  • Performed Durable Medical Equipment ordering and delivery of equipment and supplies.
  • Monitored emergency medical equipment; Washed, and sterilized supplies.
  • Reviewed equipment maintenance logs and ordered medical equipment for patients.
  • Insured supplies/durable medical equipment were properly delivered to patients.
  • Facilitate order and maintenance of patient durable medical equipment.
  • Experienced with many styles of assisted devices/medical equipment.
  • Handle orders/requests for Durable medical equipment.
  • Sterilized medical equipment before use.
  • Perform complete patient assessment and evaluation including home safety, pain, nutrition, fall risk and Durable Medical Equipment needs.
  • Provide education regarding care, medication regimen, treatment, special diets, safety, medical equipment use and management.
  • Keep up to date on multiple types of medical equipment in order to provide efficient care for client.
  • Provided a needed health care plan, ordered needed medical equipment and medications per doctors orders.
  • Use of home medical equipment, required charting, acted as safety and Q/A nurse.
  • Manage: medications, patient safety, nutrition, overall health, and medical equipment.
  • Complete review of medications, assess pain medication and need for durable medical equipment.
  • Provided pt and family with education on disease process, medical equipment and medications.
  • Keep inventory of medications, medical equipment, and supplies and reorder as needed.
  • Identified medical equipment needs and worked with DME vendors to secure needed items.

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44. Medical Care

low Demand
Here's how Medical Care is used in Home Health Nurse jobs:
  • Administered medical care and completed daily notes/charts regarding care administered and patients' general health.
  • Monitor patients by recognizing indicators and symptoms exhibited by patients requiring medical care.
  • Provided necessary medical care and daily support to pediatric patient.
  • Interviewed customers and reviewed medical care notes/physician orders for adherence.
  • Provided one-on-one medical care for client
  • Consulted with physicians, coordinated needed medical care, follow up with patients and their families, provided patient education.
  • Provided patients with medical care and education, enabling patients to remain at home and to prevent future medical episodes.
  • Assessed patients' activities of daily living, medical care and provided physical and emotional support to patients in their homes
  • Performed patient care of terminally ill patients; involved all aspects of medical care and activities of daily living.
  • Provided health care to individuals seeking medical care, from minor injuries to major traumas and medical emergencies.
  • Administer medical care and complete daily notes regarding care administered to client and their general health.
  • Assess and recognize symptoms of ill health and provide appropriate medical care or health teachings.
  • Home care of behavioral health clients* Supervision of ancillary staff* Consultation with medical care staff
  • Provide medical care as required in the home setting to patients with various needs.
  • Communicated concise and appropriate information concerning patient's needs to medical care team.
  • Provided exceptional medical care to patients in the comfort of their personal homes.
  • Managed cases to facilitate quality, cost effective medical care and services.
  • Administered medical care to patients in short-term care, following physician orders.
  • Case managing home bounded patients for their medical care needs.
  • Traveled throughout community provided medical care in patients' home.

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45. HHA

low Demand
Here's how HHA is used in Home Health Nurse jobs:
  • Organized inclusion of specialty services (PT, OT, HHA, social worker) in order to provide comprehensive care.
  • Performed employee evaluations as assigned and supervised, directed and evaluate services provided by LVN and HHA as assigned.
  • Instructed and assessed the skills of the HHA based on client care plans and agency rules and regulations.
  • Supervised HHA's, did medication preparation and/or administration, and gave reports to supervisors and MD's.
  • Assist in doing home care visits, to administer medication, and supervisory visits for the HHA.
  • Provide overall supervision of all LPN, and Home Health Aide offering services of the HHA.
  • Provided health instructions to families, carry out plan of care and supervised LVN and CHHA.
  • Supervised, evaluated, and instructed LVN and HHA care provided every 2 or 4weeks.
  • Delegated tasks to HHA and housing staff and ensured they were getting done properly.
  • Collaborated patient care needs with PT/OT/ST, MSW, HHA supervision, outside providers.
  • Case manager for home health, home infusion patients, supervise HHA's.
  • Developed new forms and documents to help HHA and families communicate more efficiently.
  • Home visits, admissions, supervision of LPN & HHA staff in field.
  • Supervised PCA/HHA and coordinated clients' care with interdisciplinary team and other vendors.
  • Assist with HHA orientation, supervision, training, and performance appraisal.
  • Supervised HHA and developed POC for successful patient outcomes.
  • Secure contracts for private pay HHA/skilled nurse services.
  • Supervised HHA's as needed for patients care.
  • Supervised LVN and HHA field staff indicated.
  • Oriented and supervised CHHA when necessary.

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46. Copd

low Demand
Here's how Copd is used in Home Health Nurse jobs:
  • Focus placed on COPD, CHF, Diabetes, wounds cares including wound vac, IV antibiotic/hydration infusions and line cares.
  • Managed chronic conditions such as asthma, diabetes, hypertension, COPD, and many other conditions including post surgical care.
  • Educated clients regarding disease management of various chronic diseases such as COPD, Diabetes, Congestive Heart Failure.
  • Home visits for diverse population of patients, including diabetes, CHF, COPD, oncology.
  • Provide teaching on diabetes, CHF, COPD, and any illness with long term maintenance.
  • Work effectively with diverse populations of patients including HIV/AIDS, COPD, Diabetes, and Wounds.
  • Focus on education and chronic disease management: CHF, COPD, Diabetes, HTN.
  • Provide in home nursing care for a patient with Multiple Sclerosis and COPD.
  • Assisted patients with chronic diagnoses including COPD, CHF, and diabetes.
  • Case management of COPD, CHF, Diabetic.
  • Educated patients on various disease processes such as Alzheimer, CHF, COPD, DM, HIV/AIDS, etc.
  • Take care of high risk patients like COPD, CHF, diabetes.
  • Performed quality improvement with CHF/COPD team to identify causes and prevent rehospitalization for individuals diagnosed with CHF/COPD.
  • Experience with various medical conditions including Parkinson's, Dementia, Diabetes, Cancer, Alzheimer's, COPD and Asthma.
  • Assisted patients with multiple chronic diagnoses including COPD and asthma.
  • Cared for CHF, COPD, post-op CABG pts, etc.
  • Provided behavioral/emotional support and supervision for those with dementia and Alzheimer's.Assisted patients with multiple diagnoses including COPD, and asthma.
  • Teach signs and symptoms of infection, and management, medications, COPD, DM, CAD, ETC .

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47. CHF

low Demand
Here's how CHF is used in Home Health Nurse jobs:
  • Provided in-home care for patients with chronic wounds, CHF and multiple medical conditions.
  • Provided skilled nursing care primarily to CHF, diabetic and wound care patients.
  • Provided excellent home care for general patient population including infusion services, wound care, teaching for CHF and chronic illnesses.
  • Provided home health care to patients after heart surgery, stents, MI's or CHF.
  • Care includes patients with wounds, post surgical patients, CHF, DM, drains, IV, phlebotomy, etc.
  • Lead nurse for asthma program, tele-health for cardiac/chf patients, one of the first telemedicine programs in the country.

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48. IM

low Demand
Here's how IM is used in Home Health Nurse jobs:
  • Formulated personalized multidisciplinary care plans optimizing patient recovery.
  • Applied the nursing process and identified resources for achieving desired outcomes for discharge, post hospitalization recovery and health maintenance/improvement.
  • Position required clinical competency in recognition of adverse patient symptoms and ability to apply appropriate and timely nursing interventions.
  • Developed and implemented individual nursing care plans facilitating ongoing medical treatment for the home care patient.
  • Maintained communication with primary care managers, and consulting physicians regarding critical changes in patient status.
  • Monitored and documented patient medication regimen and disease progression from the initial admission to discharge.
  • Rendered payment determinations based on claim compliance with billing requirements and Medicare coverage criteria.
  • Processed and tracked insurance claims, and coordinated admission documentation with providers and agency.
  • Provide skilled interventions aimed at achieving realistic outcomes within a specified time period.
  • Provided education for medical conditions, and instructed the importance of medication compliance.
  • Shared Centers for Medicare and Medicaid guidelines for Home Health documentation for reimbursement.
  • Worked collaboratively and cohesively with scheduler to ensure each patient was schedule timely.
  • Collaborated with health care members as appropriate to ensure patients received optimal care
  • Collaborated with patients Primary physicians; Specialty physicians; Rehab physicians weekly.
  • Collaborated with an interdisciplinary team to achieve optimal holistic health for patients.
  • Educate patients family regarding importance of health promotion and disease prevention.
  • Charted and completed all necessary paperwork timely and with attention to detail
  • Advocated healthy lifestyle changes and behavior modifications to improve health.
  • Educated family members and developed easy to follow regimens.
  • Provided patient care, instruction and implemented care for patient/family

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49. Medical Records

low Demand
Here's how Medical Records is used in Home Health Nurse jobs:
  • Maintained adequate medical records through documentation per company policy in accordance with quality assurance guidelines.
  • Administered g-tube medications, Maintained medical records.
  • Documented clinical interventions via electronic medical records.
  • Audited medical records for accuracy and compliance.
  • Completed all daily paperwork required for patient's personal medical records as well as a monthly nursing assessment.
  • Assessed patient health problems and identified needs, developed nursing care plans, and maintained medical records.
  • Prepare and review medical records and nurses notes and assess Residents to evaluate their physical emotional status.
  • Reviewed medical records for accuracy, standards of care and follow-through to ensure adherence with JACHO standards.
  • Recorded resident's medical history, vital statistics and test results in medical records on computer.
  • Documented nursing procedures, maintained medical records, maintained a clean, sanitized and safe environment.
  • Reported any health care status changes to appropriate health care staff to maintain accurate medical records
  • Performed weekly inventory of medical supplies on hand and maintained medical records on all patients.
  • Maintain client medical records, document activities and behaviors, transport to appointments and activities.
  • Prepare and maintained medical records, taught, supervised and counseled patients and their families.
  • Assessed patient needs, reviewed medical records and coordinated and arranged home health services.
  • Review medical records of patients of providers and vendors requesting home health services.
  • Evaluate wounds and update medical records in patient charts as needed.
  • Review medical records, coding, advise providers of documentation.
  • Review of all medical records for determination for referral requests.
  • Maintained and updated all medical records and all treatment logs.

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50. LVN

low Demand
Here's how LVN is used in Home Health Nurse jobs:
  • Do supervisory visit services provided by LVN
  • Performed case management task such as Case conferencing with LVN and home health aide in performing daily care of patients.
  • Monitored performance of RN's and LVN's providing patient care to Medicare and private pay clients.
  • Job Duties: Responsible for supervision of LVN and unlicensed patient caretaker staff.
  • Case management, LVN and Home Health Aide supervision and care coordination.
  • Provided nursing care for patient within the scope of LVN practice.
  • Home health LVNs are part of a team of professionals responsible for delivering health care in a home-based setting.
  • Supervised aides and LVNs care given over various time frames of patient episodes.
  • Worked as an LVN went to patients homes and did dressing changes,did blood sugars,changed foley catheters

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20 Most Common Skill for a Home Health Nurse

Patient Care37.4%
IV8.3%
Providers6.5%
Vital Signs5.1%
Disease Process4.2%
RN4.1%
Health Aides3.5%
Medication Management3%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Home Health Nurse

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
Patient Care
Patient Care
29.2%
29.2%
2
2
IV
IV
6.5%
6.5%
3
3
Providers
Providers
5.1%
5.1%
4
4
Vital Signs
Vital Signs
4%
4%
5
5
Disease Process
Disease Process
3.3%
3.3%
6
6
RN
RN
3.2%
3.2%
7
7
Health Aides
Health Aides
2.8%
2.8%
8
8
Medication Management
Medication Management
2.4%
2.4%
9
9
Trach Care
Trach Care
2.3%
2.3%
10
10
Drawing Blood
Drawing Blood
2.2%
2.2%
11
11
Health Nurse
Health Nurse
2.2%
2.2%
12
12
G-Tube
G-Tube
1.9%
1.9%
13
13
ADL
ADL
1.9%
1.9%
14
14
Hospice
Hospice
1.9%
1.9%
15
15
Picc
Picc
1.9%
1.9%
16
16
Treatment Plans
Treatment Plans
1.8%
1.8%
17
17
LPN
LPN
1.5%
1.5%
18
18
Occupational Therapy Services
Occupational Therapy Services
1.4%
1.4%
19
19
Pediatrics
Pediatrics
1.4%
1.4%
20
20
Physical Therapy
Physical Therapy
1.4%
1.4%
21
21
Physical Assessment
Physical Assessment
1.3%
1.3%
22
22
Diabetic Care
Diabetic Care
1.3%
1.3%
23
23
Personal Care
Personal Care
1.3%
1.3%
24
24
Independent Living
Independent Living
1.2%
1.2%
25
25
Tube Feedings
Tube Feedings
0.9%
0.9%
26
26
Ostomy Care
Ostomy Care
0.9%
0.9%
27
27
Physician Orders
Physician Orders
0.9%
0.9%
28
28
Medication Administration
Medication Administration
0.9%
0.9%
29
29
Homebound Patients
Homebound Patients
0.9%
0.9%
30
30
Disease Management
Disease Management
0.8%
0.8%
31
31
Mental Health Services
Mental Health Services
0.8%
0.8%
32
32
Catheter Care
Catheter Care
0.8%
0.8%
33
33
Blood Pressure
Blood Pressure
0.7%
0.7%
34
34
Line Care
Line Care
0.7%
0.7%
35
35
Pain Management
Pain Management
0.7%
0.7%
36
36
Infection Control
Infection Control
0.6%
0.6%
37
37
CNA
CNA
0.6%
0.6%
38
38
Emotional Support
Emotional Support
0.6%
0.6%
39
39
Health Education
Health Education
0.6%
0.6%
40
40
TPN
TPN
0.6%
0.6%
41
41
Social Workers
Social Workers
0.6%
0.6%
42
42
Community Resources
Community Resources
0.5%
0.5%
43
43
Medical Equipment
Medical Equipment
0.5%
0.5%
44
44
Medical Care
Medical Care
0.5%
0.5%
45
45
HHA
HHA
0.5%
0.5%
46
46
Copd
Copd
0.5%
0.5%
47
47
CHF
CHF
0.5%
0.5%
48
48
IM
IM
0.5%
0.5%
49
49
Medical Records
Medical Records
0.4%
0.4%
50
50
LVN
LVN
0.4%
0.4%

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