Stroke Nurse Coordinator
Stroke Nurse Coordinator-1701032
At Stony Brook Medicine, the Stroke Nurse Coordinator Provide oversight and coordination of all elements of the Stroke Program at Stony Brook University Medical Center under the guidance and supervision of the Associate Directors of Nursing and Operations for Neurosciences and the Medical Director of the Stroke Program. Responsibilities include collecting and analyzing of data related to stroke core measures and regulatory metrics, the planning, organizing, and evaluation of patient care within the program as well as compliance with regulatory bodies and national guidelines for stroke management. This position is responsible for the annual and biannual submission of data to the certifying bodies for stroke accreditation. This position helps to develop and maintain high quality, evidence-based care through education and training to achieve optimal patient outcomes. This position supports the Stroke team and maintains a strong component of patient/family advocacy with day-to-day review and coordination of multidisciplinary services. This position will work closely with the Stroke Nurse Navigator to fulfill all duties and responsibilities of this role.
Duties of a Stroke Nurse Coordinator may include the following but are not limited to:
- Responsible for coordination of the activities related to compliance with the regulatory requirements of TJC, the NYSDOH, GWTG and CMS
- Oversight of the interdisciplinary care for acute ischemic stroke, TIA, non-traumatic ICH and SAH patients
- Provide real time feedback and education for staff , maintaining the stroke inpatient list and assist in performing concurrent chart reviews to ensure medical record documentation for all acute stroke patients is reliable and up to date for all quality process and outcome monitoring
- Participate in updating and revising policies/procedures and standards
- Participate in performance improvement activities, including data analysis (arrival indicators, performance measures, and outpatient data), action planning, internal reporting, and provision of feedback to frontline and executive staff at monthly quality meetings
- Assure timely submission of data to the Joint Commission, GWTG-Stroke [core measures] and to the New York State Department of Health (annually via HERDS and email)
- Participate in the development of educational materials and education of all non-clinical and clinical (assistive staff, RN, PA, MD, rehabilitation medicine, nutrition, social work, care management) staff, stroke patients and their caregivers
- Participate in community outreach and education activities including EMS
- Coordinate and assist facilitation of monthly Stroke Support Group Meetings
- Provide monthly feedback to area hospitals on transferred patients
- Perform other related duties
This job description is not intended and should not be construed to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, skills, efforts, or work conditions associated with the job. It is intended to be a reflection of those principal job elements essential for recruitment and selection, for making fair job evaluations, and for establishing performance standards. The incumbent shall perform all other functions and/or be cross-trained as shall be determined at the sole discretion of management, who has the right to amend, modify, or terminate this job in part or in whole.
Required: Minimum of 3 years in nursing practice with focus on clinical care of stroke patients. BSN required. Current New York RN License.
Preferred: Master’s Degree. Critical care experience. Certification in Specialty and/or NIHSS certification. Experience in data collection and statistical analysis utilizing tools including Microsoft Excel and Office Products. Experience in clinical project management including team facilitation, clinical data measurement/analysis, and process improvement. Experience with regulatory review processes and associated reporting
Special Notes: Stony Brook Medicine is a smoke free environment. Smoking is strictly prohibited anywhere on campus, including parking lots and outdoor areas on the premises.
All Hospital positions are subject to changes in pass days and shifts as necessary. This position may require the wearing of respiratory protection, which may prohibit the wearing of facial hair.
The selected candidate must successfully clear a background investigation. Prior to start date, the selected candidate must meet the following requirements: Successfully complete pre-employment physical examination and obtain medical clearance from Stony Brook Medicine's Employee Health Services (The hiring department will be responsible for any fee incurred for examination), submit (3) written references, and provide a copy of any required New York State license(s)/certificate(s). Please be advised that failure to comply with any of the above requirements could result in a delayed start date and/or revocation of the employment offer.
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Official Job Title: TH Senior Instructional Support Specialist
Job Field: Nursing
Primary Location: US-NY-Stony Brook
Department/Hiring Area: Neurology-Stony Brook University Hospital
Schedule: Full-time Day Shift 8:30am - 5:00pmNeurology-Stony Brook University Hospital
Posting Start Date: Apr 24, 2017
Posting End Date: May 24, 2017, 10:59:00 PM
Salary: Commensurate with Experience
Salary Grade: SL4