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Yokota AB - Licensed Vocational Nurse (LVN) - Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) - Yokota AB

Yokota Air Base, 374th Medical Group
On Time Staffing Group is a Service-Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business government contracting firm supporting LVN/LPN contracts at Yokota.  We are seeking to hire several LVN/LPN to provide services at 374th Medical Group.  Please read the qualifications below for each LVN/LPN jobs below and please apply if you are qualified.
 
  • Yokota Air Base
Referral Management Coordinator LVN/LPN - Yokota AB
Deployment Readiness Health Assessment (DRHA) LPN/LVN - Yokota AB

 
  1. Referral Management Coordinator LVN/LPN
 
  1. Minimum Qualification:
  2. Degree: Associates Degree of Nursing
  3. Education: Graduate from a college or university accredited by Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN) or the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE)
  4. Experience: One year of experience in nursing after graduation.
  5. Licensure: Current, full, active, and unrestricted license to practice as a Registered Nurse as required in the United States/territories.
 
  1. Core Duties:
  2. The contractor shall be responsible for providing medical consultation and administrative support for the Medical Treatment Facility (MTF) staff and beneficiaries. Duties include but are not limited to greeting the patients, screening patient records, referral coordination, referral reviews, referral tracking, and administration services between beneficiaries, team members, network/external providers, as well as ancillary health care workers. Performance shall meet the professional standards of The Joint Commission (TJC) and Health Services Inspection (HSI).
  3. The contractor shall maintain health record storage. Contract personnel shall maintain and dispose of records, files, documents, and work papers in accordance with instructions provided by the Contracting Officer Representative (COR) and in accordance with MTF policy and procedures.
  4. REFERRALS: Coordinates referral management functions and ensures team members receive information in a timely and efficient manner to facilitate continuity of patient care.
  5. The contractor schedules/coordinates appointments for patients requiring referrals to specialty care within the automated appointment booking and appointment validation system while providing pre-appointment instructions to patients. Reviews all specialty care referral requests for any required testing, appropriate referral agencies and completeness while maintaining and tracking referral records.
  6. As a functional expert for health benefits, advises patients of all health benefits available.
  7. Reviews new consults to ensure that each consultation contains the necessary information to include the appropriate patient identification and clinical referral information.
  8. REFERRAL SCHEDULING:The contractor is responsible for ensuring the patient is briefed on treatment facility options, as well as acceptance of the referral facility if referral is deferred to the local civilian healthcare sector. Perform Right of First Refusal (RFR) determination, booking and patient notification within 24 hours for specialty care. Advise patients of the provider, location, date and time of the MTF or other direct care system referral appointment.
  9. Appointments shall be made upon receipt of the referral. Ensure all initial specialty care referrals are either accepted for appointing to the direct care system or deferred to the network within 1 business day from the order date. One business day includes the order date plus the entire following day, excluding weekend and holidays.Ensure acute appointments are booked within 24 hours, routine appointments are booked within 7 days, and wellness appointments are booked within 28 days.Determine where referral will be treated based on rule sets/MOUs/local market conditions, and on MTF capabilities
  10. Verify patients are registered in CHCS/DEERS; update demographicinformation asnecessary.
  11. Schedules specialty referral appointments to MTF or Direct Care System in accordance within the time standard.
  12. Advises patients of the provider, location, date and time of the MTF or other direct care system referral appointment. Locates referral requests and ensures appropriate documents are available prior to all specialtyappointments.
  13. Ensure that all diagnostic testing documentation and provider notes are forwarded to thereferrednetworkspecialist.EnsurepatientleavesMTFwithallnecessarydocumentation appropriate for the referral provider. Provide instructions to the referral provider for returning referralresults.
  14. Coordinates with specialty referral clinics (internal or external) on specialpatient instructions and tests required prior toappointment.
  15. Import Clearly Legible Reports (CLR), follow-up CLRs, urgent primary care results and all other reports that require an authorization into the Health Artifacts Imagery Management System (HAIMS) within 3 working days from receipt of results.
  16. The contractor shall notify both the patient and MTF if a defer to network referral request is invalid or disapproved by second level review. The contractor shall ensure that the patient is aware of all other health care options.
  17. REFERRAL TRACKING.The contractor shall be responsible for tracking and coordinating all initial specialty care referral results generated by the MTF, regardless of beneficiary status or enrollment, from the time the referral is written until the results are available to the referring provider or cancelled/not used by the patient.
  18. Ensure that results are returned to the requesting provider within 24 hours on urgent/emergency situations and 10 business days for routineappointments.
  19. For referrals accepted for MTF appointing, the communication should be repeated until the appointment is booked, the patient cancels the referral, or the message has been delivered three times on separate days.
  20. The contractor shall close all referrals in CHCS no later than 180 days from the date of the acceptance, if the patient did not utilize e the referral or keep the appointment.
  21. REFERRAL REVIEW. The contractor is responsible for ensuring all referrals are submitted for review to the network providers for clinical suitability, administrative and clinical completeness, documentation of benefits briefed to the patient, as well as review of all required tests andwork-up.
  22. All referrals submitted to the network shall be screened for clinical protocol compliance as established 18MDG.
  23. REPORTS: The contractor shall prepare and submit trend analysis reports requested by the Functional Requirement Evaluator DesigneeFRED).
 
  1. Deployment Readiness Health Assessment (DRHA) LPN/LVN
 
  1. Minimum Qualifications:
  2. Degree: Associates Degree of Nursing
  3. Education: Graduate from a college or university accredited by Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN) or the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE)
  4. Certification: Posses one of the following:
    1. Experience: One year of experience in nursing after graduation.
    2. Licensure: Current, full, active, and unrestricted license to practice as a Registered Nurse as required in the United States/territories.
 
  1. Core Duties:
  2. Monitor the DHRA and coordinate appropriate aspects of the program with the base Installation Deployment Officer (IDO), Unit Deployment Managers (UDMs), Unit Health Monitors (UHMs), Public Health, Unit Commanders, Chief of Medical Staff (SGH), Chief of Aerospace Medicine (SGP), and medical clinic personnel.Ensure compliance with standards of care and practice in accordance with all established policies, procedures, and guidelines used in the MTF.
  3. Maintain knowledge of content and intent of DoD and USAF policy regarding deployment health.
  4. Ensure Kadena Air Base DRHA program is administered in accordance with DoD and USAF policy regarding deployment health.
  5. Remain knowledgeable in DoD/Veterans Affairs (VA) Post-Deployment Health Clinical Practice Guideline (PDH-CPG).
  6. Remain updated on DRHA process guidance provided by DoD and USAF
  7. Ensure Military Treatment Facility (MTF) contractors conducting DRHAs receive clinician training, DoD/VA PDH-CPG training, and other appropriate deployment-healthcare education.
  8. Ensure all personnel deploying to a location that requires a DRHA, receive a person-to-person interview with a privileged provider. All personnel redeploying from these locations must receive a person-to-person interview in accordance with the most current DoD policies.
  9. Ensure health care contractors conducting DRHAs receive, DoD/VA PDH-CPG training, and other appropriate deployment-healthcare education
  10. Ensure accurate knowledge of referral system and limitations on island.
  11. For each empaneled members and/or DRHA appointment, the contractor will ensure the member completes their Individual Medical Readiness and Occupational Health Medical Exams (OHME) within the mandated timeframes.
  12. Ensure prior coordination to facilitate joint appointments for members requiring DRHA/MHA/PHA or DHRA/PHA/OHME.
  13. Remain knowledgeable in the stressors and health threats common to deploying personnel. Maintain proficiency in implementation of interventions or programs or knowledge of such programs to make appropriate referrals that may mitigate such threats or adequately treat deployment-related health conditions.
  14. Consult with Kadena Air Base UDMs to ensure deploying and redeployed service members are notified of eligibility for DRHA/MHAs completion in a timely manner and to assist with maintaining satisfactory completion rates
  15. Monitor and facilitate processing of DRHA/MHAs. Ensure to review the open DRHA/MHA list daily via ASIMS.
  16. Develop and maintain a system to track processing of DRHA/MHAs to ensure patients are assessed by a provider within the prescribed timeframe.
    1. For CRITICAL findings, contact the patient to determine if urgent care or immediate intervention is required, within 1 duty day. Ensure a face-to-face provider interview occurs within 3 duty days.
    2. For PRIORITY findings, ensure a face-to-face provider interview occurs within 7 calendar days.
    3. For ROUTINE/NEGATIVE findings, ensure a face-to-face provider interview occurs within 30 calendar days.
  17. Contact patients for appointments. Relay general appointment instructions to patients. As appropriate, report DRHA/MHA and applicable IMR compliance metrics and program initiatives to installation and medical leadership, such as Population Health Working Group, Aerospace Medicine Council, Kadena Team Staff Meeting, Community Action Leadership Board, Public Health Flight Meeting, etc.
  18. Any other DRHA/MHA related duties as assigned.


Okinawa: 098-978-3054
Misawa: 090-7586-4400
Yokosuka: 080-6490-3054
 

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