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Locations: Dickinson

Full Time  -      : Open until filled

 

FT CNA  position working a 64+ status per two week payperiod.  Is requred to have a minimum of one year experience working with the elderly.

 

This is a day position that requires flexibility to include different start times during the day and to work one evening until 9pm a week.  Shift also includes a weekend rotation for "on-call", one weekend every 4-5 weeks.  (All shifts can vary based on client need and staffing needs so flexibility is a must.)

 

Excellent pay based on experience and qualifications.  Full benefit package available offered with this position.

 

Have questions?  Please call 701-456-7387 and ask for Melisa.  She can provide more information on "The day in the life of a PACE CNA".

Overview

The CNA-NAR is responsible for providing resident care as required under the direct supervision of the RN or LPN. 

Responsibilities

Performs initial and ongoing data collection on all residents and documents the plan of care results. Completes assigned tasks to ensure timely, efficient and safe patient/resident care. Communicates and interacts with patients, residents, families and other health team members to assure resident safety and well-being.

Qualifications

Qualifications Required

  • In good standing on the State Nursing Assistant registry or appropriate entity.

Qualifications Preferred

  • Experience in health care or long term care.
  • CPR certified.

 

EEO/AA/Vet Friendly


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Locations: Bismarck

Full Time  -      : Open until filled

 

If you are a Social Worker/Counselor looking for an a unique opportunity to make an exceptional impact on the people you serve, join the Northland PACE team! We currently have an opening for a Social Worker/Counselor. As the Social Worker/Counselor you will promote and maintain the mental and social health of enrolled participants through assessment, treatment, teaching and counseling. You will provide basic casework and consultation for Northland PACE participants as well as facilitate communication between our participants, their family and the Care Team. You are responsible for the implementation of social work care plans and coordinating social work with other services.

As the Social Worker/Counselor you will:

  • Complete social work assessments during initial, semi-annual, annual and change in condition evaluations.
  • Provide care to caseload of PACE participants in a variety of settings including the PACE day center and participant homes.
  • Coordinate with the interdisciplinary team to develop a comprehensive care plan centered around the participant.
  • Determine participant and family needs related to social support, financial support, mental health needs, counseling and housing.
  • Provide individual and group counseling to participants and their families as identified.
  • Coordinate the completion of participant’s health care wishes and advance directives in cooperation with their primary care physician, the participant and their family.
  • Coordinate with mental health-related providers including drug and alcohol treatment to arrange appointments and share pertinent information.
  • Petition for guardianships when deemed appropriate by the interdisciplinary team.

Employment Specifications

Education/Experience:

Bachelor’s Degree from a school of Social Work accredited by the Council on Social Work Education (LBSW), Master’s Degree (MSW), or Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) or Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor (LPCC).

Licensure, registry or certification required:

  • Must maintain current licensure/certification within scope of practice.
  • Proof of a valid driver’s license, good driving record and auto insurance as required by state law

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Locations: Bismarck

Full Time  -      : Open until filled

 

The number of people aged 55+ is increasing in North Dakota and the demand for eldercare professionals is on the rise!

Join the Northland PACE team as the Outreach Coordinator and bring a positive change to the lives of seniors in our community. This is a great opportunity for an individual who is passionate about serving the underserved community in North Dakota. As the Outreach Coordinator you will engage with community partners and develop relationships to drive referral for Northland PACE (Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly) by educating community partners, prospective participants, families, and or caregivers about the PACE program who's mission is to help keep our frail elderly living independently at home to continue to enjoy their quality of life.

As the Outreach Coordinator you will:

  • Develop and maintain relationships with healthcare professionals, providers, Community-based organizations, senior housing facilities, post-acute facilities, and senior centers to drive referrals for the PACE program
  • Collaborate with Intake/Enrollment Coordinators to ensure successful enrollment
  • Organize and conduct events in the community, conduct presentations to promote the PACE program
  • Maintain and record all productions/activities in EMR software
  • Strictly adhere to CMS regulations and policies regarding marketing practices for the PACE program
  • Develop quarterly marketing plan to generate qualified enrollment
  • Collaborate with Center’s management to develop retention strategies
  • Attend various community events, healthcare events in crease center’s census Identify new opportunities to enhance and improve the referral process and activities
  • Flexible to working events in the evening and weekends as needed
  • Other duties as assigned

Attributes of the ideal Outreach Coordinator would be:

  • Experience in healthcare or enrollment sales, with a track record of generating business-business or business-to-customer referrals
  • Experience working with State/County eligibilities workers
  • Proficiency in CRM software preferred
  • Experiences working with Frail Elderly
  • Highly motivated individual with minimum supervision
  • B.S./B.A. Degree in healthcare, Business Administration, or Marketing preferred
  • Require a valid driver’s license, personal transportation, good driving record and auto insurance as required by State law.
  • Must be able to lift and carry or otherwise move up to 25 pounds

Apply today and take the next step to advance your career!

Job Type: Full-time

Expected hours: No less than 40 per week


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Locations: Bismarck

Full Time  -      : Open until filled

 

The Intake/Enrollment Coordinator is responsible for coordinating the intake/enrollment processes for Northland PACE and assists in the promoting and marketing of the PACE program to community organizations.

 Primary Responsibilities

  • Oversees coordination of the intake and assessment processes
  • Assess potential participants in home, nursing home, hospital or other settings as part of the intake process
  • Maintains current, written assessment and intake records inclusive of potential participants expressed wished and the referral services provided, as appropriate
  • Collects and maintains intake/enrollment statistical information for reporting purposes
  • Assists in evaluating the intake and assessment process, identifying problem areas accordingly and making changes as recommended
  • Determine funding sources such as Medicaid, Medicare and or private pay
  • Assists with marketing activities as necessary may include, presentations, booth events, health fairs, etc. 
  • Knows and adheres to the philosophy of Northland PACE

Employment Specifications:

 

Education/Experience:

  • Minimum education, Associates Degree. Experience may substitute for educational requirement
 
  • Minimum of two years direct service experience in a healthcare setting

 

 

Licensure, registry or certification required:

  • Proof of a valid driver’s license, good driving record and auto insurance as required by state law

 

 


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Locations: Bismarck, Minot

Full Time  -      : Open until filled

 

As the Care & Services Coordinator you are responsible for the coordination of all home care services for PACE participants in their home. 

Primary Responsibilities

  • Assesses participants’ home care needs and completes Home Care Assessment during intake, semi-annual and annual re-evaluations, as needed
  • Collaborates with participant and participant’s family and/or designated contact regarding plan of care
  • Arranges for all home care services to participants including but not limited to: nursing visits, certified nursing assistant visits, laundry services, housekeeping services, shopping, etc.
  • Coordinates all Durable Medical Equipment in participant’s home
  • Ensure the participant has all service interventions implemented to remain living safely in their home according to care plan
  • Ensures participants care plan is reflective of all interventions that occur in participants’ home
  • Participates in weekly interdisciplinary team meeting by giving an accurate picture of participant home environment
  • Collaborates with other PACE disciplines regarding participants medical and psychosocial needs at home
  • Attends outside medical appointments with participants when an escort is required
  • Maintains accurate records of all services in EMR for care provided to participants at home
  • Assists with teaching and training caregivers regarding home care needs of participants
  • Completes PASSR screening initially and annually
  • Assists at intake and enrollment assessment with coordination of enrollment process

Employment Specifications

Education/Experience:

  • Degree in Nursing, Social Work, OT, PT or other related healthcare field from an accredited college or university.  Experience may substitute for degree.
 
  • At least two years’ experience in healthcare field.
  • One year’s experience with frail or elderly population preferred.

Licensure, registry or certification required:

  • If licensed, professional license must be current
  • Proof of a valid driver’s license, good driving record and auto insurance as required by state law

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Locations: Fargo

Full Time  -      : Open until filled

 

As the Medical Administrative Assistant you will perform a wide range of administrative and office duties to ensure smooth and efficient daily operations of the PACE Program.  You will provide support to the PACE Site Director, managers, supervisors, other employees and PACE Participants by handling a variety of tasks in order to ensure that all interactions between the organization and other are positive and productive.

 Primary Responsibilities

  • Answer, screen and transfer inbound calls
  • Receive, monitor and direct participants and visitors at the PACE site
  • General clerical duties including copying, faxing, emailing, filing, creating correspondence, etc.
  • Maintain office, medical and housekeeping supply inventory
  • Reconcile expense reports and credit card accounts
  • Sort and distribute mail
  • Coordinate repairs for office equipment
  • Schedules Participant appointments
  • Maintain Participant Medical Records:
  1. Scans documents in a timely manner into the electronic medical record, using established processes to ensure information is available for participant care.
  2. Performs quality control to ensure the integrity, completeness and legibility of scanned patient health records by validation of the paper records to the scanned images.
  3. Purges and archives medical records on an as needed basis.
  4. Ensures access to participant medical records, for continuity of care, while maintaining security and confidentiality of the medical record.
  5. Obtains past medical records for potential enrollees as part of the intake process, using access to the NDHIN, external EMR systems, and release of information requests for all applicable facilities.
  6. Accesses outside facility electronic records for reports of emergency care and hospitalizations for scanning to the PACE electronic medical record system, obtaining the reports via record request to facilities which do not provide PACE access to the electronic record.
  7. Obtains office visit documentation for all outside medical appointments, using NDHIN, external EMR systems, and release of information requests.
  8. Monitors the completion of assessment documentation for all care conferences, sending emails communications, per policy.
  9. Performs monthly chart audits and CAPS assessment audits to support QAPI activities. 
  10. Monitors, regularly, for the accurate entry and delivery of emergency room, ambulance, and hospitalization services into PCO, as well as for completion of associated change forms.
  11. Provides support for the quality audits by retrieving data from PCO on a monthly basis for the on-call log audit.

  Employment Specifications

Education/Experience:

  • High school diploma or equivalent; college degree preferred.
  • 2-3 years of clerical, secretarial or office experience in a medical setting preferable.
  • Proficiency in using Microsoft Office Suite products and general office equipment. 

Special Training:

  • Must have knowledge of medical terminology and confidentiality and HIPAA laws. 
  • Must have interpersonal skills in order to effectively interact and communicate with nurses, providers, clinical staff, and participants. 
  • Must possess strong organizational skills and have the ability to adapt to change in a positive/professional manner.

 


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Locations: Bismarck, Fargo

Full Time  -      : Open until filled

 

As the Certified Nurse Assistant you will provide physical assistance and attendant care to participants across care settings (clinic, center and home).  You will provide assistance with Instrumental Activities of Daily Living (IADLs) and nursing care, restorative therapies, activities and meals across care settings. 

Primary Responsibilities

  • Supports participants with activities of daily living in the clinic, center and homes.
    • Support may include:  escorting, toileting, bathing, grooming, laundry, medication reminders and assistance with meals.
  • Conducts daily physical activities in assisting frail elders in ergonomic manner to avoid injury
  • Maintains personal care supplies as incontinence supplies and personal grooming items
  • Carries out orders from the interdisciplinary team regarding personal care services and/or monitoring of participants status
  • Communicates effectively with participants, families, staff and other agencies
  • Completes documentation

 Employment Specifications:

Education/Experience:

  • Completion of a CNA training program approved by the State of ND or approved equivalency test.  Alternate training includes completion of a home health aide program or a certified nurse’s aide program.  Some experience as a homemaker, personal care aide, home health aide or nursing assistant is desirable.

 

Licensure, registry or certification required:

  • Current Certified Nursing Assistant Certification for ND
  • Current CPR/BLS certification
  • Proof of a valid driver’s license, good driving record and auto insurance as required by state law

 


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