Advice Nurse, Mental Health- Work From HomeJob ID R-6780 Date Posted 08/08/2022 Location Salt Lake City, Utah Schedule/Shift Regular/Days
Organization:SHSO-Population Health Services-Utah
Position Overview:The Virtual Mental Health Intake RN is a Registered Nurse who provides competent and thorough intake services by conducting initial screening of psychiatric and medical needs of all incoming referrals for psychiatric and chemical dependency admissions. Utilizes virtual assessment skills through phone triage and patient assessments including triaging patients in acute crisis and disposition to correct level of care.
Provides competent and thorough mental status assessment when an involuntary hold evaluation is required. Triages to the most appropriate level of care, according to severity of illness and determines patient placement at the appropriate level. Provides illness advice and self-care intervention, identifying resources, consulting and referring. Uses the nursing process, input from physicians, and Sutter Health's approved telephone nursing guidelines and protocols to maintain highly efficient operations, to provide quality care, and to ensure positive patient outcomes.
DISCLAIMER: You must be a resident of one of the following states to be eligible for consideration for this position: Utah, Idaho, Arizona, Arkansas, Montana, Tennessee, Missouri or South Carolina.
Graduate of an accredited school of nursing
CERTIFICATION & LICENSURE
RN-Registered Nurse of California (preferred, must be able to get within 1 year of hire)
RN-Registered Nurse in State of Residence
PREFERRED EXPERIENCE AS TYPICALLY ACQUIRED IN
1 year of mental health
2 years of practical nursing in a hospital, clinic, urgent care, or emergency room/department.
SKILLS AND KNOWLEDGE
Professional knowledge of clinical nursing protocols, regulations and institutional standards of care and risk management with an emphasis in the areas of disease processes, emergencies, health sciences and pharmacology.
Advanced clinical knowledge of medical diagnoses, procedures, protocols, treatments, and terminology, including a working knowledge of state and federal regulations and guidelines.
Solid analytical and project management skills, including the ability to analyze problems, situations, practices, and procedures, reach practical conclusions, recognize alternatives, provide solutions, and institute effective changes.
Communication, interpersonal, and interviewing skills, including the ability to build rapport and explain medical lab results or sensitive information clearly and professionally to diverse audiences (patients, staff, and doctors).
Proficient computer skills, including Microsoft Office Suite and experience working electronic medical/health records.
Work independently, as well as part of a multidisciplinary team, while demonstrating exceptional attention to detail and organizational skills.
Manage multiple priorities/projects simultaneously, sometimes with rapidly changing priorities, while maintaining event/project schedules.
Recognize unsafe or emergency situations and respond appropriately and professionally.
Ensure the privacy of each patient’s protected health information (phi).
Analyze possible solutions using precedents, existing departmental guidelines and policies, experience and good judgment to identify and solve standard problems.
Build collaborative relationships with peers, physicians, nurses, administrators, and public to provide the highest quality of patient care.
Shift Hours:8/12 Blended
Days of the Week:Variable
Weekend Requirements:Rotating Weekends
This position is work from home eligible.
Number of Openings:1
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