The Joint Commission Disease Specific Care – Stroke Reviewer in Oakbrook Terrace, Illinois
Nationwide Search - Incumbent will work remotely anywhere in the United States
The Disease Specific Care, Stroke Reviewer is responsible to review the following certification programs: Acute Stroke Ready Hospitals, Primary Stroke Centers and Comprehensive Stroke Centers. The expectation is that reviewers will provide our partner organizations with educational and inspirational reviews. Joint Commission Certified Centers will provide evidence-based care to their stroke patients and continually monitor their performance.
Advanced Degree in Nursing or Licensure as a Physician required. Board Certification in Neurology required. Five years active experience with the care of Stroke patients required. Experience with a Joint Commission Comprehensive Stroke Center strongly preferred, however will consider those with Joint Commission Primary Stroke Center experience.
We are currently hiring for part time and full time positions.
All positions require 100% nationwide (some international) travel. Please review the following employment statuses.
*Candidates interested in part time positions must be available to work two weeks (.48 FTE) or three weeks (.7 FTE) per month, and must provide three or four weeks of availability for scheduling purposes. Full time is also available.
We are hiring for our next orientation class scheduled for August 2, 2021.
Job Locations US-IL-Oakbrook Terrace
Job ID 2021-4567
# of Openings 4
Category Surveyor/Field Representative
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