Job Description

Partners in Home Care is hiring! Come work with Missoula's premier home health employer.

 

Partners in Home Care is a nationally accredited non-profit organization that has been providing quality home health care services to patients and families throughout Western Montana since 1987. We are passionately committed to assisting patients and families in achieving optimal health, independence, and comfort through high quality, cost-effective home and community health-related services.

 

We offer the following benefits to our employees:

  • Competitive Pay
  • Flexible Scheduling
  • Medical, Dental, Vision, and Life Insurance (that's affordable!)
  • Extensive Paid Leave (including paid holidays!)
  • 401K with Company Match
  • Continuing Education Stipend
  • Tuition Reimbursement

POSITION: Specialist - Clinical Administration

LOCATION: Missoula MT

STATUS: Part Time (FTE 0.8 - 32 hours per week), Non-Exempt (eligible for overtime).

SCHEDULE: 4 days/week - flexible

Job Summary:

The Specialist – Clinical Administration reports to the Triage Clinical Manager and performs tasks for both departments. The incumbent provides administrative support to field and on-site staff for both Home Health and Hospice Departments. This position requires a refined level of communications capability and the ability to be self-directed. Will have frequent contact with patients, nurses, aides, pharmacists, physicians and other healthcare professionals.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  1. Track rolling list of patients for the Interdisciplinary Team (IDT) and provide this up-to-date information to Team members weekly. May attend the IDT meeting occasionally to scribe or provide additional information.
  2. Call and inform pharmacies of Hospice admissions information and coordinate medications for transfer to preferred pharmacies.
  3. Schedule Home Health and Hospice CNAs for visits to patients’ homes.
  4. Coordinate and order supplies and equipment for inventory, in preparation for new staff members and to replenish supplies for existing staff.
  5. Track in-service training and information sharing among Home Health and Hospice staff members. Report as necessary to Human Resources and others for accreditation purposes.
  6. Coordinate annual equipment calibrations for Home Health field staff.
  7. Provide consistent follow-up and communications to staff across both departments via phone, online meeting platforms and in-person.
  8. Performs other duties as assigned by supervisor.

 

Minimum Qualifications:

Qualifications include: high school diploma or equivalent and a valid driver’s license.  Previous medical or health care environment experience helpful, but not required.