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The Polysomnographic Specialist performs all aspects of care as outlined in national and departmental clinical standard of practice policy and procedure manual and in accordance with written verbal orders or approved protocol flow charts. Clinical practice activities include but are not limited to the performance of diagnostic polysomnographic testing, assessment based therapeutic interventions and the analysis and scoring of polysomnographic records.
The Polysomnographic Specialist accountabilities include the assessment and evaluation of histories and physicals, diagnostic, clinical and sleep related data pursuant to the development and monitoring of planned interventions in collaboration with the medical staff. The Polysomnographic Specialist supports and participates as appropriate in weekly medical director meetings, Commitment to Quality, continuing education, and professional growth development activities and performs other duties as assigned.
Basic Life Support
American Heart Association or Red Cross, Polysomnographic Technologist
Board of Registered Polysomnographic Technologists
Night (United States of America)
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