This category includes oncology nurses, including nurse managers, nurse practitioners, staff nurses, advanced practice nurses, and case managers, as well as physician assistants.
Oncology Nurse Opportunities, Novant Health, Greater Charlotte Market, North Carolina
Posted: 6/30/2017SHOW ▼
At Novant Health, we bring together world-class technology and professionals—like you—to help make our patients' healthcare experience easier and more personal. Your commitment to care and our model of spending more time with each patient are the foundation of our success. Today we are making healthcare remarkable.
As one of the nation's leading healthcare organizations, Novant Health remains in a position of financial strength and smart growth. In July 2015, Becker's Healthcare ranked Novant Health one of the top 10 hospitals and health systems with strong finances in the United States.
Oncology Nurse Opportunities, NC—Greater Charlotte Market
Novant Health Cancer Service Line is seeking new and experienced oncology nurses to be a part of our rapidly expanding program throughout the greater Charlotte region in North Carolina. We are recruiting for many positions including: nurse navigators, OCN certified inpatient and ambulatory clinic nurses, clinical research nurses, chemo competent infusion nurses, experienced oncology nurse leaders and new grads who are interested in developing their oncology skills.
The successful applicant should have a demonstrated track record of putting high value on the patient experience. Cancer care in our system is augmented by comprehensive support programs, including survivorship, palliative care and wellness, as well as specialty multidisciplinary conferences and clinics by tumor sites. Our number one priority is to deliver the most remarkable patient experience in every dimension, every time.
- Bachelor's degree preferred.
- Graduate of an accredited school of nursing required.
- If your RN nursing license has been inactive, retired or lapsed for five years or more and you have not been licensed in another state during the last five years, successful completion of a board approved refresher course is required prior to reactivating or reinstating your license. In order to be considered for current licensure status, you must apply for reinstatement within one year of completing the refresher course.
- One year of relevant experience preferred.
- Appropriate state RN licensure required.
- BLS healthcare provider required. ACLS, PALS preferred.
In 2017, Novant Health will break ground on a seven-story, 220,000 square foot cancer center that will reside on the Novant Health Presbyterian Medical Center campus in Charlotte (the market's quaternary medical center. This is an exciting opportunity in a growing program that is rising to meet the needs of the evolving healthcare environment.
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Clinical Trials Research Nurse, Lakeland Regional Health, Oak Park, Illinois
Posted: 3/24/2017SHOW ▼
We invite you to apply at our globally recognized, integrated healthcare system in Central Florida. Our 849-bed Lakeland Campus is one of the largest hospitals in the state of Florida and also operates the busiest Emergency Department in the nation.
- Facilitates, implements, and manages adult oncology patients entered on industry and federal group clinical trials. Acts as liaison between physicians, study sponsors, pharmacy, and other members of the multi-disciplinary team involved with the care of patients on clinical trials. Adhere to all hospital and cancer center policies, procedures, and standards of care. Observes and adheres to all research compliance requirements and communicates issues as they arise to the appropriate parties as identified in the Corporate Compliance Plan. Accept responsibility for knowledge of laws that apply to clinical research. Perform other related duties as assigned.
- Award Winning Workplace: Best workplace awards from Forbes, Becker's & Gallup; "Most Wired Advance" Hospital.
- Technology: State-of-the-art cancer center, robotic surgery, hybrid operating rooms, and advanced rehabilitation Growth and Opportunity: Brand new buildings and services added to care for women, children, cancer patients, and stroke/TBI patients.
- Employee-centric: Guided by the Quality-Caring Practice model, relationship-centered care is at the heart of all we do.
- Care for You: Comprehensive health benefits on eligible positions, robust retirement plan, and exceptional tuition reimbursement.
- Stability: 100-years in business!
What you will do:
- People At The Heart Of All We Do
- Fosters an inclusive and engaged environment through teamwork and collaboration.
- Ensures patients and families have the best possible experiences across the continuum of care.
- Communicates appropriately with patients, families, team members, and our community in a manner that treasures all people as uniquely created.
- Safety And Performance Improvement
- Behaves in a mindful manner focused on self, patient, visitor, and team safety.
- Demonstrates accountability and commitment to quality work.
- Participates actively in process improvement and adoption of standard work.
- Demonstrates responsible use of LRH's resources including people, finances, equipment and facilities.
- Knows and adheres to organizational and department policies and procedures.
- Standard Work Duties: Cancer Center Clinical Trials Research Nurse
- Actively participates in team development, achieving dashboards, and in accomplishing department goals and objectives.
- Actively recruit potential trial patients through screening, assessing eligibility, management, and follow-up care.
- Participate in Tumor Boards to collaborate with the multi-disciplinary team to identify potential patients for clinical trial programs.
- Deliver safe nursing interventions in an organized, efficient, and prioritized manner under the direction of the clinical trial protocol.
- Facilitate communication between physicians, patients, patient families, and study sponsors.
- Collaborate with physicians in the analysis of toxicity management, drug dose, drug modification, disease response status for modifications and interventions of present treatment per protocol directives.
- Ensure that all required studies and proper follow-up are completed in the prescribed manner and timeframes per protocol directives for all clinical trial patients.
- Coordinate the submission of pathology and radiotherapy materials pertinent to the study. Maintain accurate original source documentation on all clinical trial data required by the FDA.
- Documents complete patient clinical findings in all databases and clinical trial patient sources. Report all severe adverse events to the sponsor as required by federal regulations.
- Assist in the preparation of audits conducted by the NCI, FDA, industry, and cooperative group sponsors. Attends sponsor investigator meetings as required by department and sponsor. Demonstrate knowledge of good clinical practice and ethical conduct in research.
What you will need:
- Essential: Associate Degree
- Nonessential: Bachelor Degree
- Experience and Licensure
- Current license to practice nursing in State of Florida.
- Licenses Preferred: Oncology Certification (OCN) and/or certification in research (CCRC, CCRP).
Lakeland Regional Health provides everything you need to succeed professionally and personally, from education and training to exclusive perks. Enjoy:
- Zero-deductible/zero-co-pay medical coverage with LRH providers
- $5,000 educational assistance
- Vision and dental
- 401A and 403B retirement plan with employer match
- Discounts and wellness programs
- And so much more!
Program Officer, Cancer Care Coordination, Association of Community Cancer Centers, Rockville, Maryland
Posted: 3/17/2017SHOW ▼
The Association of Community Cancer Centers (ACCC) promotes the entire continuum of quality cancer care for our patients and our communities. We seek a Program Officer, Cancer Care Coordination for our Rockville office.
The Program Officer will provide project leadership for a foundation project that focuses on developing a care coordination pathway for Medicaid patients with lung cancer. This will involve oversight and management of a set of cross-functional sub-teams of staff and consultants in the delivery all assigned project components.
The Program Officer will be responsible for setting and managing expectations, highlighting and resolving issues, ensuring regular communications and managing internal and external activities to achieve project goals and objectives. The Program Officer reports to the Chief Learning Officer.
Candidates must have experience in oncology nursing and/or oncology management services or related experience, and strong understanding of health systems transformation activities and population health.
Duties & Responsibilities:
- Manage all aspects of integrated education initiatives that consist of a complex set of interconnected components requiring project planning, budgeting, funder reports, and administration
- Serve as the primary point-of-contact for ACCC members, project consultants, and staff for all project-related work
- Serve as the primary liaison with external organizations providing technical assistance on the policy, sustainability, and clinical research elements of assigned projects
- Demonstrate strong interpersonal relationship management skills and ability to handle complex situations
- Identify and drive project and resource priorities that align with the objectives that identify ways to accelerate project execution where possible while maintaining high quality standards
- Promote collaboration across internal functional areas to achieve project goals
- Actively collaborate with external stakeholders, including patient advocacy organizations, policy experts, government agencies, health system leadership, cancer program administrators and staff, and others to advance the objectives of assigned projects and the ACCC membership
- Maintain a detailed knowledge and understanding of all assigned projects to be able to quickly consult with internal and external stakeholders on issues and/or problems
- Coordinate and facilitate regular meetings with consultants, member programs, and expert project advisers contributing to assigned projects
- Coordinate and facilitate multi-day site visits with cancer programs to collect relevant project data
- Represent the ACCC and assigned projects at internal and external meetings, including those with project funders and expert advisers
- Minimum of 5 years experience in oncology nursing and/or oncology management services or related experience
- Strong understanding of health systems transformation activities and population health
- Program management experience, preferably in a membership organization or healthcare setting
- Proven organizational skills and the ability to manage multiple projects and tasks simultaneously
- Superior analytical abilities; ability to draw insight from project findings
- Proven ability to provide valuable insights and logical explanations when faced with difficult questions
- Ability to communicate effectively at all levels, and articulate all relevant perspectives
- Proven written and verbal communication skills
- Ability to work independently with minimal or no supervision
- Strong customer service focus
- Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships
- Ability to work overtime as needed and travel up to 10%
- OCN highly preferred
- Master’s degree in public health, health care administration, nursing, or health policy
- Patient navigation experience/certification
- A track record of leading multidisciplinary teams delivering complex quality improvement efforts, including both assessment and implementation
- Background in healthcare consulting with specific expertise in oncology and/or healthcare quality improvement
The Association of Community Cancer Centers (ACCC) promotes the entire continuum of quality cancer care for our patients and our communities. Since 1974, ACCC has been helping oncology professionals adapt to the complex changes of delivering quality cancer care.
ACCC members rely on the Association to bring them information on cancer program management, reimbursement issues, legislative and regulatory changes at the state and national levels, community cancer program standards, NCI-funded community clinical research, hospital alliances and physician relationships, and more.
More than 23,000 cancer care professionals from 2,000 hospitals and practices nationwide are members of ACCC. It is estimated that 65 percent of the nation's cancer patients are treated by a member of ACCC.
In 2016 the Association of Community Cancer Centers (ACCC) launched an initiative to develop an optimal care coordination model to serve Medicaid patients with lung cancer. Through a collaborative approach, the project will focus on building effective partnerships among community organizations, patients, and primary and specialty providers with the goal of providing stakeholders a scalable plan for outreach and treatment that is replicable and sustainable across cancer programs.
ACCC will develop the Optimal Care Coordination Model to engage ACCC member cancer programs and practices, community health centers, patient advocacy organizations, health system leadership, payers and policymakers, to strengthen lung cancer systems of care and improve outcomes for Medicaid patients by expanding access to and use of care.
For additional project information, please visit www.accc-cancer.org/carecoordination.
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