• RN Home Healthcare Office Supervisor- LHCSA

    Job Locations US-NY-New York
    ID 2018-1044
    Clinical- Extended At Home
    Regular Full-Time
  • Overview

    An RN Home Healthcare Office Supervisor will be involved in all of the day-to-day administrative tasks required to keep the Licensed Home Care Services Agency running smoothly. Provide direct supervision to the administrative support staff and work with the Director of Patient Services on a variety of tasks.


    • Recruit and train office staff
    • Interview potential field and office staff
    • Supervise staff.
    • Review and formulate doctor’s orders as well as review nurse’s notes.
    • promote agency services to the community
    • Assist coordinators with staffing issues
    • Maximize efficiency and cost effectiveness in daily activities.
    • Work closely with the DPS.
    • Protect all company records and property.
    • Assist with completing reports for contracts
    • Participate in educational opportunities.
    • Perform after hours on-call duties
    • Evaluate and solve day to day operational issues
    • Increase census by getting new business
    • Report any unsolved conflicts or issues to the DPS
    • Perform visits in the field when necessary
    • Demonstrates sound judgment by taking appropriate actions regarding suspected violation of corporate compliance regulations.
    • Reports all suspected violations to Supervisor, Compliance Officer or Compliance Hotline.
    • Performs other duties as assigned.


    • Current NYS Registered Nurse License required. BSN preferred.
    • Experience in business operations or leadership experience in health care.
    • Must know DOH rules and regulations for LHCSA.
    • Must be creative, self-motivated, and have a pleasant, helpful and calm disposition.
    • Must possess effective written and verbal communication and problem solving skills.


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