Nurse Practitioner Health Risk Assessments Full Time
Company: Northeast Healthcare Recruitment, Inc.
Posted on: June 18, 2022
Family Practice/Primary Care opening in Chicopee, Massachusetts.
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Nurse Practitioner-Full Time-Nurse Practitioner -
Health Risk AssessmentsWe are currently looking for Board
Certified Nurse Practitioner interested in a FULL-TIME
JOB conducting In-home Health Risk Assessments on Medicare
Advantage members. Qualified
candidates will receive a, competitive salary-RVU Bonus, mileage
reimbursement, full health benefits,
401k, PTO, paid training, flexible scheduling options, autonomy &
work-life balance!Perform in-home wellness assessments with
Medicare recipients to pinpoint any gaps in care. Assessments cover
medical history, present history, and medication review. Educate
chronic health conditions, medications, preventative
lifestyle concerns.Responsibilities of the
Nurse Practitioner - Health Risk Assessments - Conduct
in-home health risk assessment to identify all active and chronic
conditions as well as determine all physical, mental and social
at the time of the visit. - Obtain vital signs,
measure BMI, review pharmacological therapy and conduct a physical
examination. - Educate and counsel
patient and family on any conditions identified during assessment
procedures. - Make recommendations and
communicate findings to Primary Care Physicians through
outcomes on provided tablet.
Responsibilities of the
Nurse Practitioner - Health Risk Assessments -
BSN & Master's
degree in Nursing from an accredited school of Nursing. -
Availability to commit
to a full-time job. -
Board Certification with
current unrestricted Nurse Practitioner (NP) license.
Experience dealing with
a complex set of patients with a relatively high level of
Salary: $100000 / year
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