Responsible for serving as the stroke program clinical content expert through skilled knowledge of clinical stroke evidence-based guidelines, national accreditation standards and regulatory (state and federal) stroke program requirements. Responsible for maintaining knowledge of current trends and clinical practice by attending national conferences, continuing education programs and review of current evidence-based literature.
Leads the stroke interdisciplinary committee(s), in partnership with the stroke medical director to improve clinical performance, standardize clinical processes, ensure compliance with accreditation and regulatory standards. Responsible for identifying variations in care and leads the development of corrective action plans to improve performance. Leads mortality and morbidity committee (as assigned) to review clinical opportunities to improve clinical outcomes.
Leads the initial and ongoing national accreditation process for assigned campus(es) by leading readiness rounds, mock stroke alerts, education, and maintaining documentation to meet all accreditation standards. During accreditation site visits serves as stroke program lead for the campus, including formulation of any corrective actions, in collaboration with campus Chief Nursing Officer and Chief Medical Officer to maintain stroke accreditation.
Coordinate the development and deployment stroke educational plans communicating updates on outcomes, process changes, stoke awareness and regulatory requirements across assigned campuses and Emergency medical services (EMS) agencies. In addition, responsible for coordinating community education events to raise stroke awareness and prevention strategies.
Responsible for the clinical development and ongoing review of evidence-based clinical pathways to standardize stroke care across the continuum. Continually reviews clinical guidelines and updates clinical pathways to ensure delivery of evidence-based care. Responsible for leading stakeholder and interdisciplinary committee approval process for timely implementation and updates of clinical pathways (as assigned).
Responsible for continuously evaluating stroke program metric performance, ensuring accurate public reporting of process and registry measures. Ensures registry outcome data accurately reflects clinical care provided, shares outcomes routinely with committees and clinical campus leadership. Responsible for providing real-time feedback to campuses on stroke patients and processes to drive performance improvement.
Responsible for rounding on stroke patients across the campus(es) to provide additional patient, family and staff education to improve stroke outcomes (risk factor modification, etc). Participates in multi-disciplinary rounds with stroke medical director, to identify care gap closures related to stroke to ensure a safe and timely discharge. Responds and participates in stroke alert events to support clinical team. Responsible for completing 90-Day follow-up calls to determine patient outcomes as well as to provide any additional education and support.
What Will You Need:
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE REQUIRED:
Bachelor’s degree in Nursing or other healthcare related field OR
Five years of acute care, critical care, neuroscience, or stroke related nursing experience AND
Two years of progressive leadership experience
LICENSURE, CERTIFICATION, OR REGISTRATION PREFERRED:
Current, valid State of Florida license as Registered Nurse
Current BLS Certification
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