Chartwell Midwest Wisconsin Employment Opportunities

Chartwell Midwest Wisconsin prides itself on hiring only the highest-quality clinicians and staff. We offer competitive wages, flexible scheduling, great benefits, a casual dress environment and the ability to work with an outstanding team.

 

Send resume and cover letter to:

Chartwell Midwest Wisconsin

Attn: Human Resources

2241 Pinehurst Drive

Middleton, WI 53562

E-mail: chartwell@chartwellwisc.com

 

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Clinical Services Coordinator/RN (1.0 FTE)

 

What we do: Chartwell Health Resources coordinates home health services so that patients can recover and heal at home. We are currently recruiting for a 1.0 FTE (40 hours per week) Registered Nurse (RN). The RN ensures patients receive home health services, including home infusion, skilled nursing and therapies. Day-to-day responsibilities include triaging and identifying patient needs, collaborating with health system partners, primarily via phone, collecting and assessing clinical data and ongoing case management.

 

What we're looking for: Candidates will have a current, unrestricted license in the state of Wisconsin and experience in discharge planning, insurance case management, home health, or related field. He or she will provide helpful guidance, timely assistance and an extraordinary level of care to patients and health system partners. Excellent verbal and written communication skills, strong attention to detail and self-direction are required, as are interest and enthusiasm in continuous quality and process improvement.

 

Infusion Pharmacy Technician (full-time)
 

Position Summary: Assists the Pharmacy Operations Supervisor and pharmacists in the performance of technical and clerical duties involved in the day-to-day operations of the pharmacy, as allowed by law and/or regulation.

 

Education/Experience: High school diploma or equivalent. Minimum of one year experience as a pharmacy technician with training/experience in alternate site/home health pharmacy practice and the preparation of sterile products preferred. Must be able to lift up to 50 pounds.

 

Technical responsibilities

  • Understands and adheres to all applicable state, local and federal laws and/or regulations; company policies and procedures; and external accreditation/review standards.
  • Assures compliance to all sterile product area quality control policies and procedures and professional standards (ASHP and USP)
  • Ensures compounding is completed in a timely manner to facilitate patient deliveries.
  • Assists the pharmacists with the compounding of intravenous solutions according to the principles of strict aseptic technique.
  • Assists in achieving cost-effectiveness in all areas (including pharmacy inventory control).
  • Checks for expired/unusable products and disposes of them properly.
  • Assists in the timely preparation of all compounding documentation (including prescription labels, compounding reports, etc.).
  • Ensures the clean room suites and related equipment are cleaned and maintained per organizational policy and procedure.
  • Puts up stock in an orderly and efficient manner.
  • Performs patient deliveries on call when required.
  • Performs and records various quality control activities such as temperature and pressures. Reports all values outside of acceptable ranges to the pharmacy operations supervisor immediately.

IT Manager

 

Position Summary: The IT Manager is responsible for providing management and leadership to the IT department and personnel. The IT Manager will ensure department operations are customer-focused and service oriented to company needs. This position will plan, organize, assign, and schedule the workflow of the department and personnel. This position will function as an internal expert in systems analysis and design for the business as well as assist staff and users with troubleshooting and resolution. This position will collaborate with key internal and external stakeholders to ensure that clinical and financial deliverables are met to support organizational strategies and goals. This position requires both managerial and leadership skills and is viewed by company personnel as a leadership position. This position is the company designated Security Officer and is responsible for the oversight of all Unified Communication (UC) technology.

 

Education/experience: Bachelor's or Technical degree in related field is required. 2-3 years of project management and supervisory experience required. Prior healthcare experience preferred. Strong organizational and time management skills required. Candidates must be able to successfully facilitate on time and on budget project completions and possess excellent organizational and communication skills.

 

Patient Account Representative (PAR)

 

Chartwell Wisconsin is currently hiring for a full-time Healthcare Billing and Collections Representative. This individual will be responsible for billing and collections activities including processing insurance claims, performing collections calls, following up on aging accounts and other reimbursement activities.

 

A high school diploma or equivalent is required. Two years reimbursement and/or insurance experience, as well as experience with infusion, home health or DME, is preferred. Effective communication and basic computer skills are essential. Candidates must be organized and have the ability to work within a team setting in a fast-paced environment.

 

We are a growing healthcare organization that offers competitive benefits and a casual work environment.