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WorkSource Oregon Director Of Nursing in Hermiston, Oregon

Oversees the quality of care and patient outcomes according to best practice standards for inpatient psychiatric hospitals. ' Motivates and directs a diverse workforce; directs the hiring and training of personnel. ' Where needed, develops and ensures the consistency and standardization of universal Lifeways' policies and procedures. ' Responsible for all Facility operational efficiencies including but not limited to census management, resource controls, and staffing; analyzes and adjusts Facility operations to maximize financial performance and to determine areas for program improvement and cost effectiveness. ' Actively participates in the Leadership Team with specific attention to continuous quality improvement organization-wide and the Strategic Plan pillars of excellence. ' Manages and participates in the preparation, review, and submittal of a variety of reports, reconciliations, work papers, promotional efforts, communications, schedules, tables, and/or statements to and from internal departments and external agencies. ' Prepares, reads, analyzes, and interprets operational data, financial reports, and legal and regulatory documents. ' Communicates effectively and respectfully with all levels of the Lifeways organization and its Community and State partners. ' Actively participates in the development and maintenance of community relations with partners and community-- based agencies; serves as an informed liaison between the Facility, the Hospital, and other external stakeholders. ' Provides consultation and direction on complex and/or high-risk clinical and administrative cases within Aspen Springs, as needed. Ensures compliance of Lifeways' behavioral health inpatient psychiatric services and staff with Lifeways' policies, state and federal regulatory requirements, program certifications, quality assurance reviews/audits, and continuous quality improvement plans. Provides primary risk management for the inpatient psychiatric services in conjunction with the Executive Director of Umatilla County and Chief Operating Officer. ' Ensures compliance with all regulations identified in Oregon statute and rule, Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS), Medicare/CMS as well as any other Providers. ' Maintains excellent communication with the Executive Director of Umatilla County and the Chief Operating Officer to ensure s/he is informed of unusual occurrences/compliance issues, as well as included in strategic decisions. ' Demonstrates competence to participate in interdisciplinary formulation of individual treatment plans, give skilled nursing care and therapy, and to direct, monitor and evaluate the nursing care furnished. Knowledge of characteristics, social implications and treatment of emotional and mental disorders, substance abuse-related problems, mental deficiency and neurological disorders; understanding of principles and practice of psychological casework and psychiatric treatment. ' Experienced in developing, managing, and overseeing an inpatient psychiatric facility/hospital including developing and monitoring expense reports, budgets, and business plans. ' Practice successful organizational skills, independent follow-through

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