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Clinical Nurse Practitioner

Traverse City, MI

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Posted on November 10, 2018

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About Clinical Nurse Practitioner

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

Master’s degree in Nursing

Currently licensed as a Nurse Practitioner in the State of Michigan and is board certified as a Nurse Practitioner.

Candidate must apply for and be granted clinical privileges through MMC’s normal credentialing processes before rendering services.

Experience in the clinical area in which application has been made is desirable.

Obtains and maintains professional certification if available in the area of expertise.

Is a self-directed professional with the ability to make independent judgments in providing direct patient care.

Completion of 8 hour DATA waiver course related to Medication Assisted Treatment medications AND the 16 hour additional course mandatory for mid-level professions (NP/PA) for a total of 24 training hours. This webinar-based training is available for free

2-3 years of work experience related to addiction/recovery treatment preferred OR 5 years of related work experience in ambulatory settings

** Must be willing to work within on-call capacity within this position.

ORGANIZATION

Accountable to the Unit Manager or designee of the assigned patient care unit or to the Vice President, Patient Care Services; ultimately accountable for the practice of nursing to the Vice President, Patient Care Services.

Provides direction to RNs, LPNs, Techs, Clerks, Nursing Assistants, and/or other categories as appropriate.

Works collaboratively with physicians and all members of the patient care team.

Prescriptive authority is provided by unit-specific specialty physicians, under the Michigan Board of Nursing and DEA regulations.

AGE OF PATIENTS SERVED

Age of Patients Served is dependent on the specific populations cared for on the Unit or area of practice.

Neonatal (birth-1 mo) Young adult (18 yr-25 yrs)

Infant (1 mo-1 yr) Adult (26 yrs-54 yrs)

Early childhood (1 yr-5 yrs) Sr. Adult (55 yrs-64 yrs)

Late childhood (6 yrs-12 yrs) Geriatric (65 yrs & above)

Adolescence (13 yrs-17 yrs) __ All ages (birth & above)

STANDARDS OF PRACTICE FOR NURSE PRACTITIONERS

Assessment

Collects health data in a systematic and ongoing manner involving the patient, family, and other health care providersas appropriate.

Determines the priority of data collection based on the patient’s immediate condition or needs.

Documents relevant data in a retrievable form.

Orders and interprets diagnostic tests and procedures relevant to the patient’s current condition.

Conducts physical examinations.

Diagnosis

Derives diagnoses from the assessment data. Validates with the patient, family, and/or other healthcare providers, if appropriate, and documents data and diagnoses.

Utilizes complex data and information obtained during the interview, examination, and diagnostic procedures in identifying diagnosis.

Identification of Outcomes

Involves the patient, family, and other healthcare providers in formulating outcomes from the diagnosis that areindividualized and includes a time estimate for attainment.

Determines outcomes that are culturally appropriate, realistic, attainable and measurable.

Documents expected outcomes as measurable goals.

Identifies expected outcomes that incorporate scientific evidence and are achievable through implementation of evidence-based practices.

Supports the use of clinical guidelines linked to positive patient outcomes.

Identifies expected outcomes that incorporate clinical and cost effectiveness, patient satisfaction, and continuity and consistency among providers.

Planning

Develops an individualized plan of care with the patient and family involving appropriate health care providers to attain expected outcomes and to promote patient self-care abilities.

Develops a plan of care that establishes priorities, provides for continuity, and is documented.

Selects or designs strategies to meet the multifaceted needs of complex patient populations.

Participates in the design and development of multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary processes to address patient care issues.

Contributes to the development and continuous improvement of organizational systems that support the planning process.

Includes the synthesis of patient’s values and beliefs into nursing and medical therapies within the plan.

Implementation

Develops and implements the plan of care in a safe, timely, and appropriate manner and documents interventions.

Coordinates and collaborates in care delivery

Employs health teaching and health promotion strategies

Facilitates utilization of systems and community resources to implement the plan.

Supports collaboration with nursing colleagues and other disciplines to implement the plan.

Fosters organizational systems that support implementation of the plan.

Provides leadership in the coordination of multidisciplinary health care for integrated delivery of patient care services.

Coordinates system and community resources that enhance delivery of care across continuums.

Synthesizes empirical evidence on risk behaviors, learning theories, behavioral change theories, motivational theories, epidemiology, and other related theories and frameworks when designing health information and patient education.

Synthesizes clinical data, theoretical frameworks, and evidence when providing care.

Provides direct care including prescribing medications and therapies, consultation with/or referral to other health care providers.

Meets department productivity requirements and independently monitors own appointment schedule.

Designs health information and patient education appropriate to the patient’s developmental level, leaning needs, readiness to learn, and cultural values and beliefs.

Prescribes evidence-based treatments, therapies, and procedures considering the patient’s comprehensive healthcare needs.

Prescribes pharmacological agents based on a current knowledge of pharmacology and physiology.

Provides patients with information about untended effects and potential adverse effects of proposed prescriptive therapies.

Evaluation

Evaluates the patient’s progress toward attainment of outcomes and includes the patient, family, and other health care providers as appropriate.

Documents the patient’s responses to the interventions.

Uses the results of the evaluation analysis to make or recommend process or structural changes, including policy, procedure or protocol documentation, as appropriate.

Changes or modifies the plan of care, as appropriate.

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