Location: Remote- must reside in the state of Indiana.
This is an incredible opportunity to impact palliative care for Chronic and Complex care patients in the state of Indiana.
As part of a multispecialty clinical team, you will collaborate with primary care doctors, specialists, nurse practitioners and physician assistants, and social workers. You will coordinate care across treatment modalities.
Join an organization that prides in whole-person approach to care, so you will think beyond the medical model to consider social determinants such as emotional health, nutrition and social factors. As a practitioner, you will take time to know and understand your patients. You will build a trusting relationship, thanks to small patient panels and appointments that are longer than average.
Responsible for providing oversight and supervision for Advance Practice Providers (APP’s) and for providing some direct Palliative Care services to patients.
· Provides supervision and collaborative oversight for Advance Practice Providers (Nurse Practitioners and/or Physician Assistants) providing in-home Palliative Care.
· Models and Provides direct Palliative patient care by interviewing, examining, and treating clinical patients.
· Educates and provides ongoing mentorship to APP’s in Palliative Care medicine.
· Teaches APP’s and provides education to patients and families on disease progression, symptoms, and advanced care planning. Communicates with other providers on the patient’s care team and assists in coordinating care.
· When appropriate, counsel patients and families on transition to Hospice services.
· Participates in quality improvement, management, continuing education, and patient care programs. Assists in the resolution of complaints, requests, and inquiries from patients.
· Maintains confidentiality of all patient information according to federal guidelines and regulations. Completes medical records (EMR) documentation daily.
· Requires a MD or DO. Requires current unrestricted medical licensure in applicable state(s) and board eligibility or board certification (Palliative and Hospice Medicine). DEA license required.
Competitive salary, benefits and incentives available.