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Location : Port St Lucie
Job Type : Direct
Hours : Full Time
Travel : No
Relocation : No
Job Industry : Home Health
Job Category : Homecare- Administrator

Job Description :

RN / Home Health Clinical  Administrator

Home Health Agency – St. Lucie County, FL


We have an immediate opportunity for a Direct Hire, Full-time Home Health RN, Clinical  Administrator for a Medicare Certified Home Health Agency located in Saint Lucie County, Florida.

Essential Functions:

Medicare Certified Agency located in St Lucie County, Florida area seeks a RN who is experienced as a Home Health Clinical Administrator. This position offers competitive salary with benefits and will require candidate to occasionally work flexible hours. 

This position will require the candidate to provide direction and coordination of each type of service provided, assure quality of services offered and adequate staffing. Directly supervises and evaluates: Registered Nurses, Licensed Practical Nurses, Home Health Aides, Administrative Assistant, Intake Care Coordinator, Supply Clerk, and Staffing Coordinator. Candidate must have valid RN licensure, previous DON, Administrator and management experience, must understand the financial and operational data of the agency, and must have excellent communication and multitasking skills.



  • Minimum of one (1) year supervisory or administrative experience in home health care administration with one year of supervisory or administrative experience in health-related field. May be a Physician or registered nurse.

  • Ability to learn, assimilate and apply principles of current health care practice.

  • Ability to organize work procedures, assume responsibility and effectively supervise others.

  • Possesses excellent problem-solving techniques and abilities.

  • Be knowledgeable of the statutory and administrative rules of the Florida Agency Health Care Administration and ensure compliance within the Agency.

  • Satisfactory background screening results (Level 2)



Assumes responsibility for day-to-day operations of the agency to include:

  • Organizes and directs Home Health Agency activities.

  • Employs, educates and evaluates staff.

  • Informs staff about home health statutes and administrative rules.  Provides written materials pertaining to the same and interpret materials as necessary.

  • Implements administrative policies and procedures relating to Agency activities.

  • Responsible for the daily operation of the Agency program as set forth in the state regulation and policies of the Agency.

  • Directs installation of improved work methods and procedures to ensure achievement of objectives of the Agency.

  • Coordinates and integrates functional phases of Agency activities.  

  • Interprets and transmits new or revised policies of the Agency to the staff.

  • Implements standards and methods for measurement of effectiveness of Agency activities.

  • Implements and effective budgeting and accounting system.

  • Participates in preparation of the annual budget.

  • Reports to the Governing Body regarding changes that affect the Agency.

  • Develops goals for the Agency

  • Authorizes purchases of equipment.

  • Participates in National State and Local association organizations and meetings.

  • Maintains a current organizational chart delineating lines of authority from the administrative to the patient level.

  • Cooperates other health related agencies and organizations in community activities.

  • Maintains confidentiality of Patient and Agency matters.

  • Ensures that all staff is adequately orientated to the Agency prior to patient contact.

  • Ensures the accuracy of public information and materials.

  • Designates in writing a direct employee who meets qualifications stated in Chapter 400.462 (1) F.S. to serve as an alternate on site administrator during absences.

  • Notifies Agency for Health Care Administration prior to or on the date of changes in administrator or alternate administrator or address changes.

  • Assures that PI outcomes are effectively and accurately measured.

  • Presents annual program evaluation to the PAC.

  • Oversees MCR billing and AP and assures that proper billing procedures are followed.

  • Performs other duties as assigned by Governing Body.

Required Qualifications :


Job responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Candidate will be held accountable for the monitoring, implementation and evaluation of process. Improving facility, efficiency, and quality. Managing facility finances and particularly working with Medicare.

  • Develops polices, guidelines, and implementing procedures and ensures consistent company wide- implementation.

  • Monitoring and evaluating safety, risk management and infection control programs,

  • Use of Kinnser, Oasis D!.

  • Providing review of and data entry services including SOC paperwork, SOC Oasis, Coding of Oasis, POC

  • Complete Clinical Record Review for SOC,

  • Input of Oasis data in Haven, Download Oasis into PPS.

  • Processing Raps for billing.

  • Reviews and processes medical records for final billing.

If you are able to communicate well with clients, family members, referral sources, and all levels of personnel within the organization itself then you are the right candidate!





Candidate must have an excellent understanding of performance improvement, quality assurance, and utilization management.  They must be self-directed and able to work with minimal supervision. Good with Technology, multitasking and who can successfully manage and grow the business.

  • BSN or MSN

  • Active RN license in the State of Florida.

  • Managerial experience as a DON or Administrator in Medicare Home Health

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