The Registered Nurse Whole Health Coordinator's primary role is to provide leadership for the Whole Health System by managing and planning how services are delivered. You will contribute to the process of strategic planning utilizing your influence to respond to organizational priorities. As the Registered Nurse Whole Health Coordinator, are responsible for creating an annual Whole Health System (WHS) strategic plan, identifying WHS priorities and collaborating with Service Chiefs, Associate Chiefs of Nursing Services, Associate Chiefs of Staff and others as appropriate to meet the goals and objectives of the strategic plan. Duties of the position include but are limited to; Maintains inventory of Complementary and Integrative Health (CIH) approaches offered, including gap analysis as it relates to CIH approaches that must be offered by VA/community per Directive 1137. Assumes responsibility for the coordination of care focused on Whole Health and assists the Veteran through the continuum of care and supporting factors that impact customer satisfaction. Collaborating with internal and external services to facilitate Whole Health and provides a robust interdisciplinary approach to Whole Health. Develop and implement procedures so the minimum structural and process requirements stipulated by VA Central Office (VACO) for the Whole Health program are satisfied. Develops and implements measures to ensure efficiency and effectiveness. Promotes and develops measures to monitor performance and to assess clinical outcomes. Resolves performance issues at the management, team and individual level. Participates in national, regional, and facility groups and committees. Supports clinical training and continuing professional development in line with personal/professional development plans and organizational/clinical needs. Provide education for Veterans and support family based on the individual patient's goals and resources. Provides Veterans with ongoing support and coaching needed to succeed in making and sustaining changes. Preferred Experience: While not a requirement for consideration or selection, applicants with the following preferred education/experience will be considered highly qualified, At least 2 years' experience in leadership or leadership role. At least 3-years' experience leading multidiscipline health care teams. Experienced collaborator with internal and external care providers specifically in medical care transition of patients. Experience with high volumes of workload (patient census) with demonstrated flexibility, professionalism in support of patient care standards. Such experience must be clearly identifiable in the supporting application documents. Work Schedule: Full-time - Monday through Friday 8:00 am to 4:30 pm Bargaining Unit Status: This position is part of the bargaining unit. Financial Disclosure Report: Not required
Providing Health Care for Veterans: The Veterans Health Administration is America’s largest integrated health care system, providing care at 1,255 health care facilities, including 170 medical centers and 1,074 outpatient sites of care of varying complexity (VHA outpatient clinics), serving 9 million enrolled Veterans each year.