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Uptiv Health: PRN Family Nurse Practitioner

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At Uptiv Health we’re transforming the experience of infusion care for millions of Americans living with complex chronic conditions, such as Multiple Sclerosis, Crohn's Disease, Ulcerative Colitis, Rheumatoid Arthritis, and others.  We partner with care teams across referring doctors, families and caregivers, primary care doctors, health systems and insurance plans to provide holistic and personalized care that goes beyond the four walls of our state-of-the-art clinics. Become part of the groundbreaking team humanizing complex chronic care delivery. 

Our PRN Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP) will be part of the groundbreaking team making the future of complex chronic care delivery the way it should be – human-centered and personalized. Our PRN FNPs make the Uptiv mission come to life in our state of the art, personalized, patient-centric, clinical setting. In this key role you’ll provide clinical oversight, showcase your highly developed nursing skills, bedside manner, customer service orientation, patient and provider education skills, as well as leadership skills. You will report to the Senior Director of Operations. This role will be on-site.

What you’ll do:

  • Provide onsite supervision of both clinical and administrative operations within your Uptiv Health centers; inclusive of policy improvement and operationalization
  • Prepare, document, dispense, and administer infusion medications and injection therapy in accordance with the drug package insert (PI), internal policies, and insurance authorizations
  • Meticulously document your findings from patient discussions, visit notes, vital signs, and patient health histories in our Electronic Health Record 
  • With the assistance of our RNs, provide generalized drug education (i.e., side effects as appropriate) to our patients and caregivers
  • Serves as a reliable, clinical point of contact for referring providers on clinical questions and requests such as: updated order requests, order clarification, patient related questions, and drug related questions 

What you’ll need:

  • Active RN and FNP licenses in the state of Michigan; NP Licence must be Board Certified through ANCC or AANP
  • Active BLS CPR certification
  • 2+ years of infusion experience with a familiarity with ports
  • Strong understanding of clinical processes and protocols
  • Strong understanding of clinical processes and protocols

What you’ll bring to the table:

  • Exceptional ability start Intravenous Therapy (IVs)
  • Ability to reconstitute medications
  • Ability to navigate and chart in Electronic Health Record (EHR) systems
  • Ability to analyze, order, and synchronize multiple high impact priorities in a fast-paced work environment
  • Ability to collaborate with your sales counterpart, team members (all levels of the organization), internal stakeholders, external stakeholders, and referring physicians to seek mutually beneficial solutions and remedy issues

Who you are:

  • Optimizes Work Processes. You are aware of the most effective and efficient processes to get things done, and are focused on continuous improvement.
  • Directs Work. You delegate and distribute assignments appropriately, while providing clear direction and monitoring progress through maintaining dialogue on work and results. You provide appropriate guidance and direction based on people's capabilities, and intervene as needed to remove obstacles.
  • Action Oriented: You readily take action on challenges, without unnecessary planning. Identifies and seizes new opportunities. You display a can-do attitude in good and bad times. Steps up to handle tough issues.
  • Communicates Effectively. You are effective in a variety of communication settings: one-on-one, small and large groups, or among diverse styles and position levels.

You will work out of the location:

  • In-office: Westland, Canton, Ypsilanti, Troy, Clawson, Birmingham, Rochester Hills area in Michigan

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