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City:  Cincinnati
State:  OH
Job Requisition Number:  258579

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STROKE COORDINATOR: • Responsible for managing site specific stroke program encompassing service excellence, compliance, and communication. • Work with Medical Director and stroke manager on the site-specific stroke program. • Works with service line administration and medical leadership at the hospital site in the development, modification, and adherence to stroke clinical pathways, standard order sets and best practices. Assists in the development and systematic dissemination of applicable educational materials to distribute and use in caregiver, patient, and family educational efforts. • Works as a liaison with ancillary departments to provide effective communication in achieving stroke program goals. • Effectively communicate with and report to Stroke Program manager regarding process, program status or issues regarding duties routinely or as needed. • Effectively uses data to determine areas for and impact of improvement activities in stroke clinical, operations and financial arenas at site level. • Monitor overall care of the stroke patient. Will respond to site stroke alerts in ED and Inpatient areas while on hospital campus and assist physicians and staff as patient condition warrants. • Monitor the care given to stroke patients through chart review, patient/family interview and on-site visitation • Continually evaluate facility process to ensure compliance with program standards • Collaboration with physicians and staff to promote care delivery that ensures efficiency, cost effectiveness and expected clinical outcomes. • Collaborate with Stroke Medical Director, Stroke Program manager, service line leadership, interact with physicians, hospital staff and administrators to help define and participate in process improvement activities to attain program goals and meet external requirements. • Coordinates multidisciplinary process improvement activities associated with the Stroke Program to advance clinical effectiveness. This will require both collaborating with TH Process Improvement Specialists and leading multidisciplinary teams through a standardized problem-solving methodology and /or mentoring. • Collaborate with the Medical Director and stroke program manager to facilitate the achievement and maintenance of clinical targets and goals for the stroke program. • Effectively coordinating the stroke program maintaining compliance with any external regulatory requirements. • Coordinate with data analysts and abstractors across the organization to provide and ensure clinical knowledge and process perspectives to meet agreed upon reporting requirements. • Collaborate with research coordinator to ensure clinical trials are related to the care and treatment of stroke patients at hospital site. • Improve the quality of care and movement of patients through the initial acute care phase of their hospital stay in a timely fashion. • Track relevant clinical metrics and benchmark data and initiate projects as warranted to decrease stroke length of stay and stroke mortality. • Monitor and assure the process surrounding the system stroke program meet or exceed the requirements of the system designated regulatory agencies. • Education- staff, patient, EMS, community, others (As needed) within the realm of stroke systems of care. • On-call as needed • Other duties as assigned.



EDUCATION: Bachelor's Degree Nursing Other Stroke Certified Registered Nurse (SCRN) Registered Nurse

EXPERIENCE: 5-7 years Clinical Nursing SPECIALIZED KNOWLEDGE: Excel.





Location:  Good Samaritan Hospital

Hourly/Salaried:  Hourly

Employment Status: Full Time Position

Bi-Weekly Hours:40

Shift: Day Shift

Weekend Commitment:  No

Holiday Commitment:  No

On-Call Commitment:  No

Nearest Major Market: Cincinnati

Job Segment: Nursing, Registered Nurse, Business Process, Facilities, Neurology, Healthcare, Management, Operations