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Geriatric Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioner (Remote)

Rippl

Rippl

United States
Posted on Tuesday, June 11, 2024

Geriatric Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioner

If you got into healthcare to make a difference, you’re in the right place. We’re looking for a values-driven, mission-focused, dynamic Geriatric ARNP who is passionate about working with seniors (and their families) especially those navigating dementia and senior health challenges. Someone who is searching for a workplace and culture that is as committed to them as they are their patients. If that’s you, read on!

What’s Rippl?

At Rippl, we are a passionate, impatient, slightly irreverent, people-obsessed group of optimists & doers, intent on building a movement to bring mental healthcare to our aging population. We believe there is no more noble mission than caring for people at this critical stage of life, and we’re ready to take action.

We’re reimagining what it feels like to experience mental health care challenges as a senior. By leveraging an obsession with supporting our Care Team, a new care model and disruptive technology, we are pioneering an entirely new way to democratize senior access to high quality, wrap-around mental and behavioral healthcare, both for seniors and their families and caregivers. Helping them stay healthier, at home longer, and out of the Emergency Room.

Our Core Values

At Rippl, we live and breathe a set of shared, core values that help us build the best team, guide how we work together, and best serve our patients, families and caregivers.

If not Us, then Who? Seniors need better mental health care NOW. Our mission is urgent. And, we’ve got the perfect team to take this on.

Mission is our Middle Name There is no more noble mission than caring for seniors with mental health challenges. We’ve set out to make a giant, lasting, transformational impact.

Care Team Obsession Our team members are our focus, our obsession. We listen and learn from, and with, our front-line team to find the right answers. When we care obsessively for our team, our patients and families will get the care they deserve.

Moving Mountains We see what we’re doing as a movement–a movement focused on solving one of the most important, most urgent challenges in healthcare for a really special group of people.

Raising the bar, for everyone We are leveraging world class expertise to define a new standard of care. Partnering with the country’s leading academic institutions and geriatric clinicians, we are bringing clinical excellence to our seniors.

Join the movement

We’re looking for changemakers who are ready to join our movement. Those who believe serving seniors is their calling, their reason for jumping out of bed every day. Our ambition is to create a nirvana workplace for this tribe! And, most importantly, help them make a giant difference in the lives of their patients. Because, “if not us, then who?”

The Role:

Working in small teams (Care Pods) with other highly capable and passionate care navigators, nurse practitioners and social workers, the Geriatric ARNP will provide comprehensive geriatric evaluations, including diagnosis and treatment for persons with dementia. This role involves collaborating with a multidisciplinary team to develop and implement individualized treatment plans that address patients' dementia related needs and promote overall well-being.

Responsibilities:

  • Provide geriatric expertise to the organization through development of policies & procedures, training and general guidance
  • Serve in a consultative role to all NPs and Care Pods for complex geriatric health patient care situations, participating in interdisciplinary team meetings, case conferences, and consultations to discuss patient care and treatment strategies
  • Provide ongoing cognitive, behavioral and psychopharmacological assessments and treatments to persons with dementia with concomitant mild to moderate anxiety and depression
  • Prescribe and manage medications in collaboration with referring providers, and Rippl’s Medical Director, including monitoring medication efficacy, side effects and identification of high risk dementia medications
  • Coordinate patient care with primary care providers and specialists, nurses and home health aides, including handling more complex geriatric dementia cases
  • Coordinate patient care with Rippl social workers and care navigators
  • Provide advanced care planning for both patients and families
  • Provide dementia care planning and chronic dementia care management
  • Develop high-quality therapeutic alliances with patients and their caregivers, providing direct patient care for dementia issues
  • Guide patients and their families through the journey of dementia and late life geriatric behavioral health needs
  • Educate patients and their families on disease management, healthy lifestyle choices, and medication adherence.
  • Stay informed about current research, best practices, and evidence-based treatments in geriatric care through continuing education and professional development activities
  • Adhere to legal and ethical standards of practice, including maintaining patient confidentiality and upholding professional boundaries

Qualifications:

  • Master's or Doctoral degree in Nursing with a specialization in geriatric health
  • An active license in one of the following states: WA or TX with unrestricted ability & willingness to license in other 50 states per business needs
  • Board certification as a Geriatric Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioner (AG AC NP, AGNP, GNP)
  • Experience with dementia care required. Palliative Care or Chronic Care management experience preferred
  • Telemedicine experience strongly preferred
  • A deep passion for taking care of older patients and developing longitudinal care relationships with them and their families
  • Interest in learning a new skill set and pioneering a new workforce
  • Comfort working with interdisciplinary teams
  • 2+ recent years of experience managing older adult patients in outpatient, inpatient or long-term care settings
  • Strong clinical assessment and diagnostic skills, with the ability to formulate comprehensive treatment plans
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, with the ability to establish rapport and build therapeutic relationships with patients and their families
  • Proficiency in electronic health record (EHR) systems and other healthcare technology tools (Athena preferred)
  • Ability to work collaboratively as part of a multidisciplinary team and to function independently with minimal supervision
  • Commitment to professional growth and ongoing learning in the field of geriatric health

What's in it for you

  • Development, mentoring and training programs designed to help you chart your dream career and make sure you are learning everything you need to know as you gain more responsibility
  • Fast growth company with opportunities to take on more responsibility or develop into new roles
  • Remote work opportunity
  • Flexible schedules
  • Competitive compensation
  • Annual bonus eligibility
  • 401(k) plan with a healthy match
  • Medical, Dental and Vision coverage for you and your family
  • Life insurance and Disability
  • Well-being and Remote Work stipend
  • Competitive PTO
  • Annual Continuing Medical Education credit (CME)
  • Malpractice insurance provided

Pay Range Details

The pay range(s) below are provided in compliance with state specific laws. Pay ranges may be different in other locations. Exact compensation may vary based on skills, experience, and location.

Role: Range is $145,000 - $170,000 (DOE)


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