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**Homebased - Texas & New Mexico**
Collaborate, educate and oversee the delivery of patient care, clinical quality and compliance for an assigned group of bases. Coordinate with clinical division leadership in the development, implementation and execution of new and existing standards, clinical quality management programs, educational and training standards and documentation.
Essential Functions and Responsibilities include the following:
Interface with Companies leadership as well as Regional leadership safety, risk and compliance teams, and clinical education team to ensure effective provision of medical care provided, including compliance with required AMC training, CAMTS and any state/county required standards.
Monitor and identify clinical care trends in area of responsibility (documentation and reported issues) for potential significant events or patterns; strategize with clinical risk, education and division leadership to share solutions
Responsible for oversight and control of medical supply expenditures for assigned area
Assures efficient movement from third rider to second rider status; adjust clinical teammate assignments, schedule or training plan to assure efficiency
Oversee the quality improvement program for assigned bases, clinical chart review, statistical analysis, multi-disciplinary dashboard; audits documentation, escalates potential issues and implements changes as directed to meet require standards.
Facilitate medical director involvement as needed; coordinates communication to medical directors regarding hiring processes, program meetings, pertinent clinical concerns and issues and other topics as appropriate.
Oversee clinical investigation and remediation as indicated in collaboration with clinical risk team
Participate in clinical hiring screening process by providing scenario testing and participating in interview processes.
Provide input on annual performance appraisals for clinical teammates to Area Managers; provides input with performance management issues as appropriate
Ensure compliance to local, state, Commission of Air Medical Transport Systems (CAMTS) and Company and applicable regulatory standards including compliance of CBS PIF applications and conducts preparatory mock survey prior to CAMTS site surveys. Assure bases are prepared for CAMTS accreditation/re-accreditation. Escalate any issues as necessary to Clinical Director II.
Assure all teammate clinical licenses/credentials are properly documented and current for billing and operations compliance
Manage float teammates; approve time and expense. Coordinate with peers as needed to assure appropriate utilization of per diem team.
Other duties as assigned
Subject to applicable laws and Air Method’s policies, regular attendance is an essential function of the position. All employees must follow Company’ employment practices and policies.
This position has no supervisory responsibilities.
Education & Experience
Bachelor’s degree from a four-year college or university in management or health-related field and three to five years’ related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience
Graduate of an accredited school of nursing or paramedic program
Previous flight nurse or flight paramedic experience required; critical care ground transport experience may be acceptable
Previous management experience in a flight program, preferred