This position is responsible for the provision of nutrition care, assessment, evaluation, training and monitoring to a patient population (spanning neonates to geriatrics) prior to and following hospital discharge and in ambulatory care areas. Additionally responsible for care plan development and modifications. Care coordination is conducted with prescribers and treatment regimens are established. Orders are entered into an internal software system to ensure accuracy and appropriate provision of all necessary formula, supplies, and equipment to administer therapy. Patients are screened for eligibility with selective payer groups to aid in identifying patient out of pocket expenses. Individuals in this role also triage and resolve problems as they arise with home enteral nutrition therapy. Work as a member of a multidisciplinary patient care team and in collaboration with other health system and home health care professionals. This position wioll float between the hospital and the HomeMed office., approximately 20hr/week at each site (subject to change based on business needs). This position may also provide dietitian coverag for the Michigan Medicine ALS xclinic weekly.
A Bachelor's degree in Dietetics, Foods and Nutrition or related field
Registration by the American Dietetic Association
Demonstrated knowledge in feeding tube devices, formula classifications, and medical terminology
Ability to work with minimal direction and supervision.
Demonstrated ability in interaction with other health professionals and patients in the provision of pharmaceutical service.
Ability to read, write, speak, and comprehend English.
Functional visual acuity and hearing for accurate assessment and recording of patient observations and information in clinical records.
Manual dexterity and physical endurance to perform required procedure activity proficiently and safely.
The employee will be able to perform the assigned duties and responsibilities with or without reasonable accommodations.
Must comply with all UMHS Occupational Health requirements including annual Flu immunization.
Proficient in operating within the Windows environment with experience in use of the following software: Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, and Microsoft Access A minimum of one year experience in home care activity with a demonstrated knowledge of regulations, standards, and guidelines applicable to the provision of nutrition care in the home
Full time. Days only with rotating shift between 7am & 7pm, potential weekend shift rotation, required participation in on call and holiday rotation
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