Work collaboratively within a multidisciplinary team, using advanced clinical skills to manage a caseload of patients.
Assess, diagnose, initiate delegated medical treatments, perform independent nursing interventions and evaluate care.
Provide a model of care that is shaped by theory, expanded by science, research and reflective practice and is identified by a holistic and comprehensive approach to the patients.
Staff half-day or full-day clinics as assigned; attend multidisciplinary conferences of assigned disease area.
Manage the care of patients, including assessment, diagnosis and treatment for assigned patients.
Document history and physical examination and changes in management according to government guidelines in the outpatient clinic at University of Chicago.
Help arrange diagnostic tests, follow-up on tests, and other patient care issues.
As part of duties, perform reporting for government agencies, chart review, refill prescriptions, and answer phone calls for patients for whom the APP is involved with longitudinal care.
Attend weekly conferences and yearly continuing education courses to keep abreast of hematology/oncology patient management.
Designs patient education programs that include information required to make informed health care and treatment decisions.
Evaluates goals and outcomes taking into account the benefit-versus-burden, safety, quality, and cost-effectiveness for the patient, family and the organization.
Performs other related work as needed. â‹
Demonstrated clinical competency, effective leadership and teaching skills.
Ability to conduct physical examinations and health assessments.
Ability to interview and obtain medical information.
Willingness to enter into written collaborative agreement with a collaborating physician upon hire.
Once licensed and as needed, willingness to apply for a mid-level practitioner controlled substance license and DEA number.
Willingness to be privileged and credentialed through UCM Medical Staff Office prior to start date.
Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to work independently.
Strong organizational skills.
Demonstrated written and verbal communication skills and strong analytical skills.
Proficiency in the use of computers.
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