Prospero Health
Fort Wayne, IN, United States

Salary Range (Annual Salary)

$90,000 - $120,000


Primary Responsibilities:
• Provide high quality home – based primary and palliative care for patients in their homes through
telephonic, telemedicine and in-person patient consultations, traveling to patients’ homes to
manage their advanced illness
• Lead advance care planning discussions and prognosis with patients
• Partner with physicians and an interdisciplinary team to formulate and update comprehensive
care plans that consider the patient’s complex interactions between acute and chronic medical
conditions, social, and environmental factors
• Create comprehensive documentation with a focus on clinically relevant information requiring
action to improve your patient’s overall health and well-being
• Together with your team, proactively address your patient’s medical and social needs, directly
and in collaboration with other primary providers
• Communicate with your patient’s external care team members, at times leading suggestions and
changes in the care plan when appropriate to addressing an urgent need
• Co-lead medical discussions at interdisciplinary team meetings in full collaboration with other
colleagues from our medical operations team, including nurse care managers, physicians, and
subject matter experts
• Perform minor procedures on an as needed basis such as phlebotomy, urinary catheter
placement, wound management
• Engage with local community resources to fully support your patients
• Educate patients on topics such as disease process, medication, and compliance
• Comply with all HIPAA regulations and maintain security of protected health information (PHI)
• Demonstrate the highest level of professionalism, accountability, and service in your interactions
with colleagues
Required Qualifications:
• Current, unrestricted NP license in the state of assignment or the ability to obtain or Physician’s
Assistant license in the state of assignment
• Ability to obtain DEA licensure / Prescriptive Authority post - hire in states where applicable
• Nurse Practitioner national certification as ANP, FNP, or GNP required
• A clinical background in geriatrics, hospice and palliative medicine or behavioral health preferred
(e.g., past experience working in a nursing home or with seniors in other settings)
• Highly motivated, flexible, and adaptable to working in a dynamic environment
• Strong interpersonal skills in order to communicate and build positive relationships with
Prospero Advanced Practice Nurse
• Clear, concise, and persuasive verbal and written communication. Must be able to positively
interact with other clinicians, senior management, patients and their families, and all levels of
medical and non-medical professionals
• Ability to work and provide high quality patient care in a virtual/telehealth environment
• Computer literate; willing and able to learn new software tools
• Highest level of ethics and integrity
• Familiarity with market community/geography
• Ability to travel between patient’s homes in assigned territory, daily. Limited overnight stays.


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