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RN Supervisor PACE

RN Supervisor PACE

locationBoston, MA, USA
PublishedPublished: 12/22/2023
Procurement / Operations
Full Time

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Time Type:

Full time


PACE Center

All Locations:

East Boston


Works with the Home Care Director and Home Care Manager to ensure effective coordination and delivery of PACE home care services including Home Nursing, ADL and IADL support services including home monitoring, health aides, homemakers, laundry, meals and other services as required. In coordination with the PACE Interdisciplinary Teams (IDT), providing assistance with oversight of health aide and nurse scheduling, and providing direct supervision of health aides. Works on performance improvement and other initiatives that may be identified through program, performance, financial and other monitoring.

Essential Duties & Responsibilities:

  • Provides direct supervision to an identified group of Health aides, providing oversight in all aspects of their job performance.
  • Makes reports through QAPI or other avenues as required.
  • Participants in the annual competency review and training program, ensuring that the training and performance review tools are updated.
  • Conducts periodic audits to ensure that Personal Service Plans are updated and consistent with current clinical and functional status.
  • Participates in Home Care Nurse weekend, holiday, on-call, and triage rotation.
  • Monitors quality of care and performance improvement initiatives as needed to address concerns, deficiencies, or trends.
  • Assists in policy review and revision. Update policies, procedures and workflows as needed to ensure consistency with practice, changes in regulatory or other requirements.

Qualifications and Requirements:

  • BS in Nursing or equivalent experience or certification.
  • Current MA Nursing License.
  • Strong clinical background in geriatric care.
  • Home health care management preferred.
  • Expertise dealing with elders and families.