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Registered Nurse Denials Management Specialist
Joining AdventHealth is about being part of something bigger. It’s about belonging to a community that believes in the wholeness of each person, and serves to uplift others in body, mind and spirit. AdventHealth is a place where you can thrive professionally, and grow spiritually, by Extending the Healing Ministry of Christ. Where you will be valued for who you are and the unique experiences you bring to our purpose-minded team. All while understanding that together we are even better.
This facility is an equal opportunity employer and complies with federal, state and local anti-discrimination laws, regulations and ordinances.
Registered Nurse Coordinator, Transfer Center
Coordinates all aspects of interfacility patient transfers to MedStar Georgetown University Hospital. Receives and triages/assigns urgency to calls from outside hospital emergency departments and in-patient units and coordinates referrals/transfers to appropriate area(s) within hospital. Collaborates with interdisciplinary teams and departments to facilitate safe patient receipt, proper registration and timely transportation. These functions are performed in accordance with all applicable laws and regulations and MedStar Georgetown University Hospital's philosophy, policies, procedures and standards.
Clinical Administration Nurse Consultant
Combine two of the fastest-growing fields on the planet with a culture of performance, collaboration and opportunity and this is what you get. Leading edge technology in an industry that's improving the lives of millions. Here, innovation isn't about another gadget, it's about making health care data available wherever and whenever people need it, safely and reliably. There's no room for error. Join us and start doing your life's best work.
You’ll enjoy the flexibility to telecommute* from anywhere within the U.S. as you take on some tough challenges.
To protect the health and safety of our workforce, patients and communities we serve, UnitedHealth Group and its affiliate companies require all employees to disclose COVID-19 vaccination status prior to beginning employment. In addition, some roles and locations require full COVID-19 vaccination, including boosters, as an essential job function. UnitedHealth Group adheres to all federal, state and local COVID-19 vaccination regulations as well as all client COVID-19 vaccination requirements and will obtain the necessary information from candidates prior to employment to ensure compliance. Candidates must be able to perform all essential job functions with or without reasonable accommodation. Failure to meet the vaccination requirement may result in rescission of an employment offer or termination of employment.
Diversity creates a healthier atmosphere: UnitedHealth Group is an Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, protected veteran status, disability status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, marital status, genetic information, or any other characteristic protected by law.
UnitedHealth Group is a drug - free workplace. Candidates are required to pass a drug test before beginning employment.
Home Health Aide | Hospice
The Home Health Aide competently, reliably and safely provide in-home services including personal care, housekeeping, meal preparation and laundry, and companionship to Home Health Hospice clients according to a written Plan of Care.
Frequently Asked Questions
What jobs can an RN do from home?
Once they go through nursing school, RNs can perform a wide range of work from home. The most obvious is as medical call center workers – many of which offer home-working options. Here you provide a telephone triage service, directing patients to the correct point of care based on their symptoms. This type of work typically has the lowest entry requirements.
If you are a case manager, you may be able to transition to remote work, too. It’s quite common for large insurance companies to allow case managers to coordinate the care of patients from home.
For those with more IT-based skills, there are a host of roles in nursing informatics and biometrics. Nurses with these roles can often work one or two days a week from home.
Can you work from home as a registered nurse?
Yes, you can, and the number of roles available expands practically every year as telehealth technology improves, including remote nursing instructor jobs.
What RN jobs pay the most?
Some RN jobs pay a high salary. One of the highest-paying jobs is a general nurse practitioner, sometimes abbreviated general NP. BLS estimates suggest that these nurses can earn up to $107,000 per year.
The top-paying nursing jobs right now are certified registered nurse anesthetists. The median salary for this role is $149,648, according to Payscale (February 2020). The top 10% of people in this line of work earn more than $197,000 per year, with hourly rates of over $100. Remote nursing faculty jobs typically pay less, though.
How do I transfer my RN license to another state?
How you transfer your license to another state depends very much on whether the state is a non-compact or compact state.
- Transfer a license from a non-compact to a compact state. Here you must apply for licensure by endorsement in the new state of residency. Your non-compact state license will not be affected during nurse registry so long as you continue to meet the requirements for licensure – that is, completing any relevant education hours and training by the deadline.
- Transfer a license from a compact to a non-compact state. Here, again, you need to apply for a new license by endorsement in the non-compact state. However, if you’re coming from a compact state, your new license will only apply in the state in which you practice. When you move, you need to notify the board of nursing so that they can inactivate your current license.
- Transfer a license from a compact to compact state. Here you need to apply for a license between one and two months before you move and pay any fees. At the end of the process, you’ll receive a new “multistate” license permitting you to work outside of your home state. You’ll need to provide proof of residency and notify the board of nursing that your residency has changed. As before, the state will inactivate your old license.
What is a telehealth nurse?
A telehealth nurse is a special type of nurse who provides additional medical assistance beyond that which patients receive through regular call center telehealth channels.
Telehealth nurses, for instance, offer live video conferencing with patients – a genuine, face-to-face two-way interaction facilitated by software via the internet. Using remote patient monitoring technology, they receive and transmit patient medical data, helping them to recommend treatment with the patient, provide them with sound advice, and offer related support.
Some remote nurses also make use of mobile health technologies, supported by smartphones and tablets. They use these for everything from reminders to take medication to facilitate patient-doctor communication through medical apps. These roles were historically a means of dealing with the nursing shortage.
What type of nurse is most in demand?
Currently, nurse practitioners are the type of nurse in the highest demand. Figures released by Health Affairs show that the number of nurse practitioners doubled between 2010 and 2017, far outstripping the rate of growth of doctors or registered nurses.
These figures are all backed up by the fact that less than 1% of NPs are unemployed, with the vast majority able to find work in their chosen field.
The shift to nurse practitioners reflects changes in the medical system, from a focus on inpatient to outpatient care. Many RNs are now leaving the traditional inpatient setting to focus on outpatient care. Remote nursing instructor jobs are also required to provide additional training.
Other in-demand types of remote nursing jobs include cosmetic nurses, certified nursing assistants, psychiatric nurse practitioners, clinical nurses, pediatric nurses, and neonatal intensive care unit nurses.