MedSearch Corp

For over 80 years, MedSearch Corp has been providing healthcare-only personnel placement. Building on past successes, we are moving into the future with the ever-changing healthcare landscape.

More than just a medical placement service, we specialize in creating long-term strategic relationships with our clients and candidates. We talk with each and every client and candidate personally, when possible face-to-face, and most importantly, we listen. Placing a successful candidate in an available position is about much more than a job: it is about a successful partnership at its foundation. And that all begins with a conversation.

$180,000 - $220,000 yearly
MedSearch Corp Minneapolis, MN, USA
Nov 20, 2019
Full-time
PHYSICIAN ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS AND TASKS Initial Patient Care/Care Transitions The attending physician should assess a new admission in a timely fashion, based on a joint physician-facility-developed protocol and, depending on the individual's medical stability, recent and previous medical history, presence of significant or previously unidentified medical conditions, or problems that cannot be handled readily by phone. The attending physician will: Seek, provide, and analyze needed information regarding a patient's current status, recent history, and medications and treatments, to enable safe, effective continuing care and appropriate regulatory compliance; Provide appropriate information and documentation to support the facility in determining the level of care for a new admission; Authorize admission orders in a timely manner, based on a joint physician-facility-developed protocol, to enable the nursing facility to provide safe, appropriate, and timely care; and for a patient who is to be transferred to the care of another health care practitioner, continue to provide all necessary medical care and services pending transfer until another physician has accepted responsibility for the patient. Physician Regulatory Visits Comprehensive regulatory patient visits, in coordination with the facility’s overall plan of care for a resident, establish and guide the total program of care for each resident. The intent of these visits is to have the physician take an active role in supervising the care of residents. This should not be a superficial visit but should include an evaluation of the resident’s condition and a review of and decision about the continued appropriateness of the resident’s current medical regimen. The attending physician should: Maintain a schedule of visits appropriate to the resident's medical condition depending on the patient's medical stability, recent and previous medical history. The frequency of visits shall be no less often than once every 30 days for the first 90 days after admission, and at least once every 60 days thereafter. Review the resident's total program of care, including medications and treatments, at each regularly scheduled visit, including reasons for changing or maintaining current treatments or medications, and a plan to address relevant medical issues. The total program of care includes all care the facility provides residents to maintain or improve their highest practicable mental and physical functional status, as defined by the comprehensive assessment and plan of care. Care includes medical services and medication management, physical, occupational, and speech/language therapy, nursing care, nutritional interventions, social work and activity services that maintain or improve psychosocial functioning. Periodically review all medications and monitor both for continued need based on validated diagnosis or problems and for possible adverse drug reactions. The medication review should consider observations and concerns offered by nurses, consultant pharmacists and others regarding beneficial and possible adverse impacts of medications on the patient. Properly define and describe patient symptoms and problems, clarify and verify diagnoses, relate diagnoses to patient problems, and help establish a realistic prognosis and care goals. Participate as a member of the interdisciplinary care team in the development and review of the resident's comprehensive care plan with the understanding that the minimum level of physician participation in interdisciplinary development and review of the care plan shall be a person-to-person conference with the registered professional nurse who has principal responsibility for development and implementation of the resident's care plan. Determine the progress of each patient's condition at the time of the regulatory visit by evaluating the patient, talking with staff as needed, talking with responsible parties and/or family as indicated, and reviewing the relevant information, as needed. In consultation with the facility's staff, determine appropriate services and programs for a patient, consistent with diagnoses, conditions, prognosis, and patient and family goals and wishes, focusing on helping patients attain their highest practicable level of functioning in the least restrictive environment. Conduct or arrange for palliative care counseling and pain management interventions when the resident is determined to be terminally ill or has a life-limiting condition that may benefit from these services. Prepare, authenticate and date progress notes at each visit. Maintain progress notes that cover pertinent aspects of the resident’s condition and current status and goals. Provide documentation needed to explain medical conclusions and decisions; permit effective, timely resident care. Over time, documentation related to physician visits should address relevant information about significant ongoing, active, or potential problems and cover at least the following: Status of chronic medical conditions; Status of any recent or current symptoms or changes in condition; Pertinent physical findings; How the individual’s acute and chronic conditions affect functioning, quality of life, nutrition, hydration, cognition, mobility, prospects for improvement, and ability to socialize and participate in activities (for example, how a recent episode of pneumonia or exacerbation of COPD affected anticipated functional improvement); Clinically important abnormal lab results The rationale for substantial changes in medication and treatment orders, including identification and management of complications of existing medications and treatments, and ensure that each medication has an indication for continued usage; Identified special needs such as dental services or restorative care Review of the pertinence of the overall plan of care Evaluation of any discharge potential. Physician Acute Illness Visits Acute illness visits should be performed to meet the medical needs of the complex residents in the nursing home. APPROPRIATE CARE FOR RESIDENTS The attending physician should: In consultation with facility staff, ensure that treatments, including rehabilitative efforts, are medically necessary and appropriate in accordance with relevant medical principles and regulatory requirements; In consultation with the facility staff, manage and document ethics issues consistent with relevant laws and regulations and with patients' wishes, including advising patients and families about formulating advance directives or other care instructions and helping identify individuals for whom aggressive medical interventions may not be indicated; and Provide orders that ensure individuals have appropriate comfort and supportive care measures as needed, for example, when experiencing significant pain or in palliative or end-of-life situations.
$18.00 - $20.00 hourly
MedSearch Corp Plymouth, MN, USA
Nov 20, 2019
Full-time
Front desk and scheduler position overview: We are looking for customer service superstars! In this role, you will be responsible for checking in patients, collecting patient payments, answering calls in a friendly and welcoming manner, and scheduling and coordinating appointments for multiple providers. Front desk and scheduler hours: Monday- Friday, 40 hours a week (Between hours of 7 am-6:30 pm; must be able to work until 6:30 pm two nights a week - generally Tuesdays ad Thursdays) Front desk and scheduler duties: - Accurately schedule patients for appropriate services - Follow all office and scheduling policies and procedures - Keep office space orderly - Time-sensitive, daily tasks such as scanning, copying and faxing - Managing multiple providers schedules - Scoring test forms - Projects as assigned Front desk and scheduler skills: 1. Critical thinking skills- problem solve, work independently 2. Customer service skills - friendly and welcoming in person and on the phone with patients, families, schools, and others 3. Communication skills 4. Ability to take feedback well 5. Positive attitude 6. Attention to detail 7. Front desk experience 8. Basic insurance knowledge 9. Proficient computer skills 10. High school diploma required 11. Bachelor’s degree preferred
$35.00 - $38.00 hourly
MedSearch Corp Coon Rapids, MN, USA
Nov 15, 2019
Full-time
Temp INR RN Nurse Position Summary: This is a temp position with an expected length of 3 to 6 months. Full-time day hours. Monday-Friday. No nights or weekends. Weekly pay, benefits. Potential to become permanent. This position is responsible for working with the physician(s), assisting licensed practitioners by providing RN care management skills in the INR clinic while teaming up with clinic staff to maintain clinic flow and prompt responses to patient needs.     Temp RN Nurse Responsibilities: Demonstrates an understanding of the coagulation process, the role of Vitamin K, thrombogenesis, hypercoagulable states, and antithrombotic therapy. Identifies cardiovascular indications for anticoagulation therapy. Understands the mechanism of action of warfarin and other anticoagulants used in clinic setting. Describes the impact of medications, disease states, diet and lifestyle/activity on anticoagulation therapy. Understands how socioeconomic, behavioral, psychological and environmental factors impact patient compliance and adherence to anticoagulation therapy. Understands and properly uses the Point-of-Care capillary blood-testing machine (Protime). Understands the meaning of prothrombin time (PT), International Normalized Ratio (INR), and International Sensitivity Index (ISI) and how they relate to each other. Provides initial and ongoing education to patients regarding warfarin, other medications, health status, diet, and activity level. Interprets INR and adjusts warfarin dosing, using practice guidelines and clinical judgment for each patient. Assesses for signs and symptoms of bleeding, thromboembolism and appropriately refers to a physician. Identifies, triages or manages other medical problems through the appropriate health care provider. Determines appropriate action for interrupting and/or reversing anticoagulation, collaborating with physician when indicated. Communicates and coordinates with other anticoagulation providers regarding mutual patients to provide continuity of care. Provides pre- and post-procedure warfarin management for patients undergoing invasive procedures, i.e. angio, device placement, PVD, GI and dental procedures, steroidal injections and surgery. Develops individualized Lovenox bridging schedules for patients requiring interruption of anticoagulation therapy. Instructs patients on Lovenox administration. Manages MCC patients preparing for cardioversion with weekly INR’s until AHA guidelines are met. Monitors all incoming INR’s, referring to the proper provider if necessary, tracking INR’s for cardioversion, notifying the provider and/or scheduler when ready. Tele manages patients requiring short-term home health care, hospice or rehab nursing home care. Provides lab slip and instructions for patients traveling or going to winter/summer homes. Manages patients who perform weekly self-testing from home, communicating any dosage changes. Records all INR’s, doses, changes in medications, diet or activity level, any adverse reactions/events related to warfarin, patient communications, in the separate INR chart. Maintains electronic database updating status of the patient. Tracks overdue or noncompliant patients with phone calls and letters, documents in INR chart and provides written updates in clinic chart. Resource for clinic nursing staff for any anticoagulation questions, issues, enrolling in INR Clinic, assisting with warfarin refills, providing patient education packets. Resource for nurse clinicians and MD’s for hospitalized patients on warfarin. Collaborates and adjusts appointments to meet patients’ needs, i.e. rehab, MD appointments, device checks, research, work/driving issues. Manages and orders all INR supplies. Participates in continuing education pertinent to anticoagulation, maintains BLS and/or ACLS status. Temp RN Nurse Qualifications: Minnesota RN license required. Five to seven years of RN experience. Advanced Medical and Cardiology Terminology. Clinical assessment, planning, intervention, and evaluation. Medication injections and blood draws Experience with EPIC or other Electronic Medical Record strongly preferred.
$185,000 - $240,000 yearly
MedSearch Corp Rochester, MN, USA
Nov 14, 2019
Full-time
PHYSICIAN ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS AND TASKS Initial Patient Care/Care Transitions The attending physician should assess a new admission in a timely fashion, based on a joint physician-facility-developed protocol and, depending on the individual's medical stability, recent and previous medical history, presence of significant or previously unidentified medical conditions, or problems that cannot be handled readily by phone. The attending physician will: Seek, provide, and analyze needed information regarding a patient's current status, recent history, and medications and treatments, to enable safe, effective continuing care and appropriate regulatory compliance; Provide appropriate information and documentation to support the facility in determining the level of care for a new admission; Authorize admission orders in a timely manner, based on a joint physician-facility-developed protocol, to enable the nursing facility to provide safe, appropriate, and timely care; and for a patient who is to be transferred to the care of another health care practitioner, continue to provide all necessary medical care and services pending transfer until another physician has accepted responsibility for the patient. Physician Regulatory Visits Comprehensive regulatory patient visits, in coordination with the facility’s overall plan of care for a resident, establish and guide the total program of care for each resident. The intent of these visits is to have the physician take an active role in supervising the care of residents. This should not be a superficial visit but should include an evaluation of the resident’s condition and a review of and decision about the continued appropriateness of the resident’s current medical regimen. The attending physician should: Maintain a schedule of visits appropriate to the resident's medical condition depending on the patient's medical stability, recent and previous medical history. The frequency of visits shall be no less often than once every 30 days for the first 90 days after admission, and at least once every 60 days thereafter. Review the resident's total program of care, including medications and treatments, at each regularly scheduled visit, including reasons for changing or maintaining current treatments or medications, and a plan to address relevant medical issues. Total program of care includes all care the facility provides residents to maintain or improve their highest practicable mental and physical functional status, as defined by the comprehensive assessment and plan of care. Care includes medical services and medication management, physical, occupational, and speech/language therapy, nursing care, nutritional interventions, social work and activity services that maintain or improve psycho-social functioning. Periodically review all medications and monitor both for continued need based on validated diagnosis or problems and for possible adverse drug reactions. The medication review should consider observations and concerns offered by nurses, consultant pharmacists and others regarding beneficial and possible adverse impacts of medications on the patient. Properly define and describe patient symptoms and problems, clarify and verify diagnoses, relate diagnoses to patient problems, and help establish a realistic prognosis and care goals. Participate as a member of the interdisciplinary care team in the development and review of the resident's comprehensive care plan with the understanding that the minimum level of physician participation in interdisciplinary development and review of the care plan shall be a person-to-person conference with the registered professional nurse who has principal responsibility for the development and implementation of the resident's care plan. Determine the progress of each patient's condition at the time of the regulatory visit by evaluating the patient, talking with staff as needed, talking with responsible parties and/or family as indicated, and reviewing the relevant information, as needed. In consultation with the facility's staff, determine appropriate services and programs for a patient, consistent with diagnoses, conditions, prognosis, and patient and family goals and wishes, focusing on helping patients attain their highest practicable level of functioning in the least restrictive environment. Conduct or arrange for palliative care counseling and pain management interventions when the resident is determined to be terminally ill or has a life-limiting condition that may benefit from these services. Prepare, authenticate and date progress notes at each visit. Maintain progress notes that cover pertinent aspects of the resident’s condition and current status and goals. Provide documentation needed to explain medical conclusions and decisions; permit effective, timely resident care. Over time, documentation related to physician visits should address relevant information about significant ongoing, active, or potential problems and cover at least the following: Status of chronic medical conditions; Status of any recent or current symptoms or changes in condition; Pertinent physical findings; How the individual’s acute and chronic conditions effect his/her functioning, quality of life, nutrition, hydration, cognition, mobility, prospects for improvement, and ability to socialize and participate in activities (for example, how a recent episode of pneumonia or exacerbation of COPD affected anticipated functional improvement); Clinically important abnormal lab results The rationale for substantial changes in medication and treatment orders, including identification and management of complications of existing medications and treatments, and ensure that each medication has an indication for continued usage; Identified special needs such as dental services or restorative care Review of the pertinence of the overall plan of care Evaluation of any discharge potential. Physician Acute Illness Visits Acute illness visits should be performed to meet the medical needs of the complex residents in the nursing home. APPROPRIATE CARE FOR RESIDENTS The attending physician should: In consultation with facility staff, ensure that treatments, including rehabilitative efforts, are medically necessary and appropriate in accordance with relevant medical principles and regulatory requirements; In consultation with the facility staff, manage and document ethics issues consistent with relevant laws and regulations and with patients' wishes, including advising patients and families about formulating advance directives or other care instructions and helping identify individuals for whom aggressive medical interventions may not be indicated; and Provide orders that ensure individuals have appropriate comfort and supportive care measures as needed, for example, when experiencing significant pain or in palliative or end-of-life situations.
$22.00 - $27.00 hourly
MedSearch Corp Maplewood, MN, USA
Nov 14, 2019
Full-time
We are hiring great team members for our licensed practical nurse (LPN) positions in a growing ear-nose-and-throat practice. Must follow MDs as they circulate among several local clinic sites. Working knowledge of ENT, asthma, allergy, restorative surgeries, and procedures a plus. Great Mon-Fri days schedule. No nights or weekends. LPN position overview: Responsible for assisting physicians with all procedures and patient exams, Patient education and communicating effectively with team members, Accurately documenting patient information into their electronic medical record (EMR). LPN Qualifications: LPN applicants should possess the flexibility and motivation to provide clinical support across all divisions of the organization. Must have a current Minnesota Licensed Practical Nurse license in good standing. Enjoy working in a flexible and busy specialty clinic environment. Attention to detail and exceptional customer service are prefered. Apply today. LPN Job Type : Full-time. Direct Hire. Benefits-eligible.
$22.00 - $27.00 hourly
MedSearch Corp Woodbury, MN, USA
Nov 14, 2019
Full-time
We are hiring great team members for our LPN positions in a busy and growing ENT practice. Must follow MDs as they circulate among several local clinic sites. Working knowledge of ENT, asthma, allergy, restorative surgeries, and procedures a plus. Great Mon-Fri days schedule. No nights or weekends. LPN position overview: Responsible for assisting physicians with all procedures and patient exams, Patient education and communicating effectively with team members, Accurately documenting patient information into their electronic medical record (EMR). LPN Qualifications: LPN/CMA applicants should possess the flexibility and motivation to provide clinical support across all divisions of the organization. Must have a current Minnesota LPN license in good standing. Apply today. LPN Job Type : Full-time. Direct Hire. Benefits-eligible.
$30.00 - $35.00 hourly
MedSearch Corp Bloomington, MN, USA
Nov 13, 2019
Full-time
RN POSITION PURPOSE Join our growing team of dedicated professionals. Provide exceptional services to our VIP residents in assisted living homes. RN PRINCIPAL ACCOUNTABILITIES  Meet with the resident and family to accurately complete all admission paperwork. Assure that the client and family understand the home care plan and their responsibilities.  Demonstrate dependability.  Maintain a safe environment for clients.  Initiate the Plan of Care and make necessary revisions.  Maintain accurate and timely documentation.  Supervise, teach and orient caregivers per agency guidelines and regulatory standards.  Maintain compliance with the state regulations affecting home care.  Demonstrate knowledge of current home care practices. RN SPECIFIC JOB KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND PERSONAL ABILITIES REQUIRED  Nursing degree from an accredited school of professional nursing.  Currently registered/licensed with the Minnesota Board of Nursing.  Previous nursing/managerial experience in private duty home care preferred.  Demonstrate the ability to make appropriate nursing judgments.  Ability to listen and communicate clearly, fluently and diplomatically orally  Ability to remain flexible, resilient, calm and maintain a sense of humor  Ability to plan, organize, prioritize, delegate and accurately follow-through  Ability to generate goodwill for the organization and its management  Possess and maintain good physical and mental health, including current TB testing.  U.S. Citizen or evidence of valid Alien Work Permit.
$20.00 - $25.00 hourly
MedSearch Corp Fridley, MN, USA
Nov 11, 2019
Full-time
.LPN/CMA POSITION SUMMARY:   This position is responsible for assisting our medical providers by maintaining daily clinic visits, assisting and supporting primary RN and team with clinic staff to maintain clinic flow, prompt responses to patient needs.    LPN/CMA JOB RESPONSIBILITIES : Assist in providing comprehensive cardi Assist in providing comprehensive cardiac care in clinic environment.  Assist with daily clinic visits, rooming patients, recording weight. Assist in recording patient medical history when necessary. Prepare and maintain exam and treatment areas. Prepare, explain, and assist with explaining procedures and treatments to patients. Perform ECG tracings, understanding and instructing of standard clinic response to each rhythm. Provide patient instruction, placement, and removal of Holter Demonstrate the ability to work with confidential information. Provide detailed education and explanation of purpose, function, instructions and potential side effects of medications.  Utilize handout tools.  Review physician discharge orders with patients. Team with RN to schedule ordered tests and procedures. Work with RN for providing a detailed plan of care including explanations and educational resources regarding orders, medications, and tests/procedures. Team with RN to provide patients with test results, assess and evaluate patients' understanding. LPN/CMA POSITION REQUIREMENTS: Current Minnesota LPN License OR Graduate of an accredited medical assistance program. Cardiology experience is desired, but not required. Flexibility to handle several duties simultaneously required. Strong attention to detail and high accuracy rate required. Ability to work varied hours, including participating in the weekend rotation every eighth weekend. Must be able to travel between locations. Experience with electronic medical records.
$72,000 - $80,000 yearly
MedSearch Corp Remote (Golden Valley, MN, USA)
Nov 05, 2019
Full-time
PCA Nurse Case Manager General Description:  The RN Case Manager-Home Health ensures client-centered , quality, effective services and supports for helping individuals achieve and maintain overall health and well-being, and independence with self-care.  Clients and families are supported by informed decision-making for achieving client-centered outcomes.  The RN Case Manager role includes providing skilled nurse home visits per the physician’s orders and under the direction of the RN Nurse Manager.  PCA Nurse Case Manager Key Responsibilities: Client and family education, assessment, care planning, coordination of care, supervision of home health services and care transitions, timely documentation, and communication/liaison with other health care and community providers.  The RN Case Manager is a professional role model and a mentor for staff, who applies critical thinking, problem-solving, and effective communication skills to assure the delivery of quality services.      Nurse Case Manager Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in nursing preferred, accompanied by a minimum of 1-year nursing experience working in a hospital, skilled nursing facility, or home health care setting. (Prior RN Case Management experience may be considered in lieu of a Bachelor’s Degree.). Current license as a Registered Nurse in the State of Minnesota. Effective verbal and written communication, assessment, care planning, teaching, clinical, and disease management skills. Knowledge of nursing care for older adults and persons with chronic/acute conditions. Skilled with INRs, wounds, blood draws, falls prevention, psychosocial issues, IVs. Ability to work independently and demonstrate leadership skills for directing care activities of LPN/unlicensed professional staff. Effective organizational, critical thinking, problem-solving, communication, and interpersonal skills. Familiar with health care programs, and community resources. Basic computer skills and the ability to use an electronic health record system. Ability to comply with privacy and HIPAA laws. Must pass a background study with the Minnesota Department of Human Services. Have a valid driver’s license, clean driving record and reliable transportation to use for work driving purposes. Knowledge of home health care requirements, regulations, and protocols a plus.
$22.00 - $27.00 hourly
MedSearch Corp Woodbury, MN, USA
Nov 05, 2019
Full-time
We are hiring for our CMA positions in a growing ear nose and throat (ENT) practice. Must follow MDs as they circulate among several local clinic sites. Working knowledge of ENT, asthma, allergy, restorative surgeries, and procedures a plus. Mon-Fri days schedule. No nights or weekends. Apply today! CMA position overview: Responsible for assisting physicians with all procedures and patient exams, Patient education and communicating effectively with team members, Accurately documenting patient information into their electronic medical record (EMR). CMA Qualifications: CMA applicants should possess the flexibility and motivation to provide clinical support across all divisions of the organization. Must have a current Minnesota LPN license in good standing.
$70,000 - $90,000 yearly
MedSearch Corp Bloomington, MN, USA
Oct 24, 2019
Full-time
Executive Team Lead: The role provides critical support to the company leadership team to ensure that the business development, operational and office management functions are carried out effectively and efficiently.   EXECUTIVE TEAM LEAD QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor’s degree in Organizational Management, Finance, Management or equivalent. 5 years’ experience in management, project management and/or supervisory responsibilities. Well-developed organizational skills, project management, and communication. Technical skills including proficiency in Microsoft system and Excel spreadsheets. Possess a sensitivity and aptitude for working with the elderly. Possess skills to communicate effectively with the treatment team.   EXECUTIVE TEAM LEAD ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: Manage complex projects associated with strategic initiatives. Responsible for Medical Practitioner Credentialing Process. Responsible for Trade Show and continuing education event schedules. Responsible for HR functions for new employee on-boarding. Scheduling and coordinating meetings, appointments and travel for various team members and leadership. File, organize and retrieve corporate documents, records and reports. Responsible for insurance and employee audits. Responsible for the distribution of incoming correspondences. Perform general office duties, such as ordering supplies. Dealing with calls and correspondence on behalf of the leadership team. Attending and keeping accurate minutes at various meetings. Researching and summarizing key information for strategic initiatives. Articulate information regarding clients to the team. Provide proactive, constructive participation in staff meetings, committees, etc.
$22.00 - $27.00 hourly
MedSearch Corp Eagan, MN, USA
Oct 24, 2019
Full-time
We are hiring for our CMA positions in a growing ear nose and throat (ENT) practice. Must follow MDs as they circulate among several local clinic sites. Working knowledge of ENT, asthma, allergy, restorative surgeries, and procedures a plus. Mon-Fri days schedule. No nights or weekends. Apply today! CMA position overview: Responsible for assisting physicians with all procedures and patient exams, Patient education and communicating effectively with team members, Accurately documenting patient information into their electronic medical record (EMR). CMA Qualifications: CMA applicants should possess the flexibility and motivation to provide clinical support across all divisions of the organization. Must have a current Minnesota LPN license in good standing.