Nurse Practitioner/Np,, Full Time

Hueman Risk Adjustment Staffing New Castle , PA 16101

Posted 3 months ago

We are hiring Nurse Practitioners to complete In-Home Health Assessments in the home of Medicare and Medicaid members.
This position offers Nurse Practitioners the opportunity to supplement their income or make a full-time income with a flexible schedule that the NP creates.
Nurse Practitioners performing these in-home health risk assessments are not required to treat or prescribe in the home.
This is strictly a wellness exam including a comprehensive physical assessment, review medical history, perform medication reconciliation as well as some basic patient education.
Nurse Practitioner/NP Job Education and Experience

Masters Degree OR commensurate experience and satisfactory completion of NP license Active State NP license AANP or ANCC board-certified ANP, AGNP, FNP, and/or GNP Current BLS certification 12 months experience as an NP Qualified Nurse Practitioners seeking this In-Home Health Assessment, part-time opportunity, will have the special opportunity to interact with the member in a more intimate setting.
In contrast to a typical clinic visit, the members are in the comfort of their own home, allowing the NP to connect with them on a more effective level.
Looking to join the team and work a schedule that you create?
Make a difference for these members and apply for this Nurse Practitioner position today!
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