Resident Care Coordinator Sample Clauses

Resident Care Coordinator. Contractor shall provide 2 FTE designated Resident Care Coordinators. Persons in these positions must have experience with supervising direct care staff and understand quality assurance procedures. Job description must designate responsibility for the following:
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Resident Care Coordinator. Full-time April 1, 2016 April 1, 2017 April 1, 2018 April 1, 2019 Step 1 33.02 33.80 34.14 34.48 Step 2 33.51 33.98 34.32 34.66 Step 3 34.06 34.54 34.89 35.24 Step 4 35.74 36.24 36.60 36.97 Step 5 37.44 37.96 38.34 38.72 Step 6 39.57 40.12 40.52 40.93 Step 7 41.66 42.24 42.66 43.09 Step 8 43.80 44.41 44.85 45.30 Step 9 46.91 47.57 48.05 48.53 25 Years 47.74 48.41 48.89 49.38
Resident Care Coordinator. Contractor shall provide 1 FTE Resident Care Coordinator position, whose primary duties include management of proper documentation and supplies that supports Individual care under the direction of the Registered Nurse. The Resident Care Coordinator shall:
Resident Care Coordinator. Contractor will provide 1 FTE Resident Care Coordinators. Persons in this position shall be credentialed as a Licensed Practical Nurse and have the responsibility to ensure the quality care of all Individuals under the Contract, through daily implementation of the established processes, documentation and resident care coordination. This includes oversight of direct care and medication tech tasks, auditing of order processing, incident reports, alert charting and physician and responsible party communication. This staff serves as both an administrative and clinical support role, reporting to the Director of Health Services. Resident Care Coordinators will:
Resident Care Coordinator. Contractor will provide 1.5 FTE Resident Care Coordinator positions for up to 24 Individuals served under the Contract. When census reaches 25 Individuals, Contractor will increase Resident Care Coordinator to 2 FTE. Staff in this position will have the responsibility to ensure the quality care of all Individuals under the Contract, through daily implementation of the established processes, documentation and resident care coordination. This includes oversight of direct care and medication tech tasks, education and training, staffing and hiring, auditing of order processing, incident reports, alert charting and physician and responsible party communication. Contractor’s Resident Care Coordinators responsibilities include:
Resident Care Coordinator. Contractor shall provide 1 FTE Resident Care Coordinator, whose primary duties include, but are not limited to, management of clinical staff and proper documentation that supports Individual care under the direction of the Program Director. Contractor shall ensure that the Resident Care Coordinator is On-Site a minimum of 5 days per week. The Resident Care Coordinator shall:
Resident Care Coordinator. Contractor shall provide 1 FTE Licensed Practical Nurse staff for every 13 residents, with a total of 1.5 FTE Licensed Practical Nurse positions at full capacity. Persons in the Resident Care Coordinator position have the responsibility to ensure the quality care of all Individuals under the Contract, through daily implementation of the established processes, documentation and resident care coordination. This includes oversight of direct care and medication tech tasks, auditing of order processing, incident reports, alert charting and physician and responsible party communication. This staff serves as both an administrative and clinical support role, reporting to the Director of Health Services. Resident Care Coordinators shall:
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Resident Care Coordinator. Contractor shall provide 1 FTE Resident Care Coordinator position who will provide the following services:
Resident Care Coordinator. Contractor shall provide two (2) FTE Licensed Practical Nurses with an unencumbered Oregon licensure. Persons in the Resident Care Coordinator position will have responsibilities to include:
Resident Care Coordinator. April 1, 2008 Hourly April 1, 2009 Hourly April 1, 2010 Hourly Start 29.87 30.77 31.69 1 Year 30.26 31.17 32.11 2 Year 30.71 31.63 32.58 3 Year 32.17 33.14 34.13 4 Year 33.69 34.70 35.74 5 Year 35.49 36.55 37.65 6 Year 37.34 38.46 39.61 7 Year 39.28 40.45 41.66 8 Year 41.94 43.20 44.50 25 Year 42.79 44.07 45.39 STAFF DEVELOPMENT COORDINATOR: April 1, 2008 Hourly April 1, 2009 Hourly April 1, 2010 Hourly Start 32.62 33.60 34.61 1 Year 33.04 34.03 35.05 2 Year 33.50 34.51 35.55 3 Year 35.14 36.19 37.28 4 Year 36.81 37.91 39.05 5 Year 38.57 39.73 40.92 6 Year 40.32 41.53 42.78 8 Year 40.42 41.63 42.88 25 Year 41.12 42.35 43.62 NURSE PRACTITIONER: April 1, 2009 Hourly April 1, 2010 Hourly Start 46.19 47.58 1 Year 46.88 48.29 2 Year 47.65 49.09 3 Year 50.00 51.50 4 Year 52.36 53.94
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