As a Registered Nurse Field Assessor (FA) you would be completing Long Term Care Insurance Assessments. They are hands-off assessments in which you would be obtaining claimant demographics, physician information, and a list of medications. You would also be evaluating the claimant s ADL s and IADL s along with conducting a brief cognitive screening and completing an overall summary.
Long Term Solutions is a proud part of LHC Group, Inc. We provide compassionate and comprehensive care support to families and their loved ones. LTS is committed to excellence in every facet of our operations and curates extraordinary care providers throughout the United States to ensure that those under our care are connected with the most experienced and professional service providers.
LHC Group is the preferred post-acute care partner for hospitals, physicians and families nationwide. From home health and hospice care to long-term acute care and community-based services, we deliver high-quality, cost-effective care that empowers patients to manage their health at home. Hospitals and health systems around the country have partnered with LHC Group to deliver patient-centered care in the home. More hospitals, physicians and families choose LHC Group, because we are united by a single, shared purpose: It's all about helping people.
A qualified candidate will be a Registered Nurse and have a minimum of 2 years of experience, preferably in geriatric care. The candidate must have an active RN license in the state of practice. In addition, the FA would need to have, or be willing to obtain, their own professional liability insurance policy.
The ideal candidate would be punctual, organized, friendly and demonstrate exceptional communication.
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