Hospice Clinical Liaison (LVN)
at Houston Hospice

Date Posted: 4/6/2021

Job Description

Hospice Clinical Liaison (LVN)

The ideal candidate would provides information about hospice services to potential patients and families and obtain consents when appropriate. Meet and exceed the census goals by proactively interacting with the professional community to attain referrals and admissions. 

  • Communicates with staff, physicians, referral sources and prospective patients/families regarding hospice services.
  • Completes all consents and legal documents accurately and concisely.
  • Documents professionally, accurately, timely and according to established standards.
  • Develops new referrals from healthcare professionals, special interest groups, discharge planners, case managers and professional and community-based referral sources.
  • Collaborate with provider partners, community and state agencies, hospitals, SNFs and other partnerships providing education within targeted communities/populations.
  • Develops presentation materials for referral sources as necessary
  • Effectively and appropriately identifies and eliminates barriers to referrals and admissions
  • Understands and adheres to organizational compliance and privacy programs.
  • Assists in providing service that fosters the organization’s mission, values, vision and goals.
  • Perform other duties as required and/or requested by management.

  Hospice Clinical Liaison (LVN)

Job Snapshot

  • Employee Type: Full-Time
  • Location: Houston, TX
  • Job Type: Nurse
  • Experience: Not Specified
  • Date Posted: 4/6/2021

About Us

Founded in 1980, Houston Hospice is a leader in hospice care for people of all ages. We are Houston's oldest, largest, independent hospice and we are proud to be a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit organization that is community-based and community-supported.

Headquartered in the Texas Medical Center, Houston Hospice's service area is covered through three strategically located offices to serve a ten-county area. We believe no one should live in pain or in fear of being alone. Teams of physicians, nurses, hospice aides, social workers, chaplains, counselors and trained volunteers provide physical, emotional and spiritual support in homes, assisted living facilities, and in our Margaret Cullen Marshall Hospice Care Center located in the Texas Medical Center. Teams work with primary care physicians, patients and families to identify goals and create a unique plan of care for each patient. We offer educated counsel and compassionate support and bereavement counseling to loved ones and family members.

Houston Hospice is an in-network provider for most insurance companies and is licensed by Medicare and Medicaid. Houston Hospice is a member of the Texas Medical Center, Texas Non-Profit Hospice Alliance and the Texas New Mexico Hospice Organization. Houston Hospice is accredited by the National Institute for Jewish Hospice and by Community Health Accreditation Program, Inc (CHAP). CHAP accreditation publicly certifies that an organization has voluntarily met the highest standards of excellence for home and/or community-based health care.

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