Community Partners, Inc.
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Family Nurse Practitioner - Phoenix
at Community Partners, Inc.
GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF RESPONSIBILITIES:
Under general direction of Chief Medical Officer, this employee provides comprehensive, coordinated primary and preventive health care to patients. This staff will interact as an agent with outside entities on occasion. Required to be familiar with, abide by, and enforce State of Arizona and contract mandates, obligations, deliverables and company regulations. Coordinates patient needs with other resources, agencies, and / or other organizations providing behavioral health services to AHCCCS patients. Will provide documentation on all work performed into the electronic health record. Provide comprehensive primary care for adults. May serve as preceptor to residents, medical students and advance practice nursing students. Attend monthly provider meetings. Remain current with standards of practice. Perform other duties or special projects as assigned by medical director.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
- Serves as the family nurse practitioner to assigned members.
- Develops differential diagnostic assessments, assessments of capacity for consent to treatment, risk assessments, patient education, and records progress towards treatment goals.
- Completes medication education and informed consent when possible.
- Documents all activities in the electronic health record according to policy
- Assesses members’ needs and guides the clinical team while managing treatment plan updates.
- Initiates contact with outside Providers according to establish guidelines
- Works closely with other personnel to ensure that each treatment modality is appropriate for the member in addition to working with other healthcare providers involved in the overall care of the recipient of care
- Responsible for following any policies, procedures, and controls established by the organization, the HIPAA Privacy Officer, and/or the HIPAA Security Officer regarding access to, protection of, and the use of personal health information (PHI).
- Performs other related duties as assigned
- Licensed in family practice or internal medicine.
- Minimum 2 years-experience in certified field preferred.
- Current Arizona license to practice medicine.
- Valid DEA certificate.
- Ability to work collaboratively with medical director, other physicians, midlevel providers and nurses.
- Experience in dealing with medically underserved populations preferred.
- Familiarity with automated practice management systems and electronic health records.
- Experience with applicable public health issues preferred.
- Ability to provide effective consultation with and supervision of midlevel practitioners (MD).
CPI is an equal opportunity employer. CPI does not discriminate based on age, ethnicity, race, sex, gender, religion, national origin, creed, tribal affiliation, ancestry, gender identity, sexual orientation, marital status, genetic information, veteran status, socio-economic status, claims experience, medical history, physical or intellectual disability, ability to pay, source of payment, mental illness, and/or cultural and linguistic needs, as well as any other class protected by law.
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