Clinical Supervisor

Published May 28th, 2024

Duties of Position

  1. Assists with the planning, coordination, leading, controlling, and evaluating of home health services
  2. Assists the director of nursing with the coordination and management of home health clinical services
  3. Plans, provides, and supervises training in a classroom setting, informing students of standard best practices and laws surrounding specialized hands-on nursing skills
  4. Acts on behalf of the director of nursing and director of education as a liaison with the medical community, clients, and branch personnel

Responsibilities of Position

  1. Provides daily supervision of nurses and home health aides to ensure quality of service is within the required plan of care
  2. Initiates and reviews the clinical content, diagnoses, medical history, medications, and other statuses from client records
  3. Appraises staff performance during the probationary period and annually with the director of nursing, and provides the teaching and counseling necessary to enhance the delivery of services and the professional development of nursing and home health aide staff
  4. Identifies and evaluates client needs and appropriateness of home care by reviewing the initial intake screening form before assignment of direct care staff
  5. Assists with the orientation of new professional staff to familiarize them with policies and procedures
  6. Conducts client visits in the appropriate setting as needed
  7. Initiates in-home supervisory visits of clinical staff as needed
  8. Maintains confidentiality of medical records, personnel records, etc., within the scope of their position
  9. Participates in any required functions in the absence of, or request by, the director of nursing
  10. Works closely with the electronic medical record (EMR) to ensure client electronic charts are maintained, updated, and remain in compliance with company standards
  11. Understands details around the knowledge of clinical workflow as it pertains to the use of EMR
  12. Participates in formal and informal problem-solving processes to meet the EMR computer education needs and established outcomes for users
  13. Provides trainer sessions for peers and field staff to expand training team expertise
  14. Provides coaching support to new staff to ensure compliance and consistency as it relates to the EMR
  15. Prepares and submits a course of study, including program objectives, student performance objectives, and lesson plans for training, in accordance with all regulations and company policies
  16. Conducts EMR chart audits

Job Conditions

  1. Position may be stressful in terms of meeting deadlines
  2. May be required to bend, stoop, reach, and move clients, as well as lift and carry more than 50 pounds
  3. Handles on-call, as needed
  4. Travel is required


  1. Must be a registered nurse (RN) licensed in the state and have worked as an RN for at least three years
  2. A minimum of one year of home health care or equivalent experience is required
  3. Knowledge and experience in trach, vent, g-tube, and pediatric care
  4. Ability to demonstrate self-confidence and positive attitude toward self and others, and maintain commitment and enthusiasm to achieve goals
  5. Ability to identify and evaluate personal strengths and weaknesses
  6. Customer-service oriented
  7. Working knowledge of, or proficiency in, Microsoft office applications, electronic medical records, and quick-to-learn proprietary software package
  8. The ability to communicate well, both verbally and in writing
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