The Nurse Practitioner is an advanced practice nurse that provides primary level of care in collaboration with physicians and other members of the health care team to a specific patient population in the outpatient and/or the inpatient setting. The Nurse Practitioner maintains an advanced knowledge base and skills in health promotion and maintenance, disease prevention, physical and psychosocial assessment, and management of health and illness in the health care of individuals.
HIPAA: This position will have access to the following Protected Health Information in order to carry out the duties related to their position at Hays Medical Center based on the following criteria:
Primary – required (routine) to do the job;
Secondary – required for the job, but mostly be exception; and
None – no approved access
|Description of Information||Level|
|Patient Demographic Information (information used to identify a person): Name, Date of Birth, Address, Race, Marital Status, Religion||Primary|
|Financial Information/Insurance (information related to insurance, billing and payment): Billing Information, Payer Name, Payer ID, Account Balances, Plan Elements Covered, Payment Information, Payment Rates||Secondary|
|Clinical Information (information that describes a patient’s health status): Diagnosis, Reports/Medical Notes, Test Results, Problem List, Procedures, History and Physical||Primary|
|Coding Information (clinical information that is in (alpha) numeric format): ICD-9 Codes, Rev Codes, CPT Codes||Primary|
Education/Experience: Graduate of an accredited school of nursing, Masters of Science in Nursing (MSN) required; three to five years of nursing experience preferred; knowledge of nursing theory and practice required.
Certificates and Licenses: Current Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioner (ARNP) licensure in the State of Kansas or has work permit from the State Board of Nursing; National Board Certification (ANCC or AANPC) if hired after 7/1/2002. BLS certification required or must complete BLS certification with in the first two weeks of employment; additional certification may be required for certain patient care settings or populations.