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Only need section IV completed, I will attach deliverable 1 and John Hopkins Hospital being the focus of this part of the project since it needs to be based on a specific hospital.

Deliverable II: Compensation Structure

You will participate in a group (assigned by the instructor) and will design a Compensation Structure project using the Hay Plan Point Method approach. See the course textbook for additional details, instructions and information regarding the Hay Plan. One member from each group will submit each Deliverable of the Final Project to the instructor for grading.

Groups will be expected to:

1.Use the industry and benchmark jobs created in Deliverable I of the Final Project as a reference for creating Deliverable II, the Compensation Structure.

  1. Use the web resources (located at the bottom of this document) to assist in creating job descriptions for each benchmark job.
  2. Evaluate the benefits that may/should be available to employees in this new organization.
  3. Create the Compensation Structure that could be utilized for this new organization.
  4. Be creative by integrating biblical principles and/or scripture into the creation of the final Compensation Structure.

Required Elements:

Section I 

  1. APA Title Page with Course Title, Group #, each Group Member’s name, and Industry.
  2. Summary of the decision-making process (3–4 pages)—This must explain the ‘how’ and ‘why’ the team designed the structure details as is and will include the following:
    1. Describe the job analysis conducted by the group.
    2. Define the internal alignment of the organization’s Compensation Structure.
    3. Define the external alignment of the organization’s Compensation Structure.
    4. Conclusion.
  3. Integrate biblical principles and a minimum of 1 scripture reference.
  4. Must follow current APA-formatting guidelines.
  5. Must use the current edition of the Compensation text and a minimum of 2 scholarly/peer-reviewed sources.

a.Introduction—describe organization.

Section II

  1. Create and submit the job descriptions and define Compensable Factors.
  2. Integrate biblical principles and a minimum of 1 scripture reference.
  3. Must follow current APA-formatting guidelines.
  4. Must use the current edition of the Compensation text and a minimum of 2 scholarly/peer-reviewed sources.

Section III

  1. Create the Compensation Structure utilizing the Hay Plan method and determination of Pay Levels using Microsoft Excel to include the benefit mix (Total Rewards).
  2. Integrate biblical principles and a minimum of 1 scripture reference.
  3. Must follow current APA-formatting guidelines.
  4. Must use the current edition of the Compensation text and a minimum of 2 scholarly/peer-reviewed source

Web Resources

p www.salary.com

p www.bls.gov/bls/blswage.htm

p http://online.onetcenter.org

p www.shrm.org

p www.haypaynet.com


THIS IS THE OUTLINE MY GROUP MEMBER WANTS US TO USE


A REALLY GOOD OUTLINE BELOW FOR HOW TO ACCOMPLISH SECTION 4! I HOPE THIS IS HELPFUL TO THOSE OF YOU WHO CHOOSE TO COMPLETE THIS SECTION OF THE DELIVERABLE.

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WHAT ARE THE COMPONENTS OF A COMPENSATION SYSTEM?

The components of a compensation system include

  • Job Descriptions A critical component of both compensation and selection systems, job descriptions define in writing the responsibilities, requirements, functions, duties, location, environment, conditions, and other aspects of jobs. Descriptions may be developed for jobs individually or for entire job families.
  • Job Analysis The process of analyzing jobs from which job descriptions are developed. Job analysis techniques include the use of interviews, questionnaires, and observation.
  • Job Evaluation A system for comparing jobs for the purpose of determining appropriate compensation levels for individual jobs or job elements. There are four main techniques: Ranking, Classification, Factor Comparison, and Point Method.
  • Pay Structures Useful for standardizing compensation practices. Most pay structures include several grades with each grade containing a minimum salary/wage and either step increments or grade range. Step increments are common with union positions where the pay for each job is pre-determined through collective bargaining.
  • Salary Surveys Collections of salary and market data. May include average salaries, inflation indicators, cost of living indicators, salary budget averages. Companies may purchase results of surveys conducted by survey vendors or may conduct their own salary surveys. When purchasing the results of salary surveys conducted by other vendors, note that surveys may be conducted within a specific industry or across industries as well as within one geographical region or across different geographical regions. Know which industry or geographic location the salary results pertain to before comparing the results to your company.
  • Policies and Regulations

Different types of compensation include:

  • Base Pay
  • Commissions
  • Overtime Pay
  • Bonuses, Profit Sharing, Merit Pay
  • Stock Options
  • Travel/Meal/Housing Allowance
  • Benefits including: dental, insurance, medical, vacation, leaves, retirement, taxes...

WHAT ARE REGULATIONS AFFECTING COMPENSATION?

  • FLSA


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1 Hello Team - Thanks everyone for your effort! I have always been interested in the Healthcare Industry, so I was excited when I saw that you had chosen it. My mother and husband worked in that industry for the Air Force, and I actually worked in healthcare insurance. I appreciate the work you put into this Deliverable. I’m sure you can see why there are 5 weeks dedicated to work on Deliverable I – it definitely takes time. Anything less than that and it’s easy to get frustrated. My hope is that you will be able to submit a deliverable that meets all the requirements for the 2nd part of the project. As I am sure you have found while working on the 1st part, that this is not easy and deserves more than the work of a few – everyone should be participating and contributing. Remember it is truly a group effort. Everyone should be involved in trying to produce the required work throughout the duration of the project. It is important for each group member to take initiative and not leave all the work to a few people. Just as in the working world, if someone is not doing their part, the team must pull together to move forward and pick up those pieces. Everyone should review everything pertaining to each part of the project. Extra eyes prevent mistakes and misunderstanding. I cannot stress enough the importance of communicating frequently and always checking the Group Discussion Area. History (and research) has demonstrated that when too many forms of communication are used for group projects/assignments it can become very confusing trying to remember where everything is. Using a central location where everyone can go at any time to share and receive information is essential to effective communication. Please make sure your “Track Changes All Markup” is turned on or you will not be able to see all the feedback comments. I did not correct every mistake, however, brought attention to a few knowing that you will know what to do going forward as you work on Deliverable II. I recommend reviewing current APA formatting guidelines. Remember to include page numbers with quotes and include an active URL with all your sources. Take a moment to visit the Liberty Online Writing Center. Don’t forget, if you list a source in your references, you must cite it in your work. I also recommend taking the time to carefully review the instructions (including the textbook readings) to make sure you understand the expectations of each section of the assignment. Don’t forget each section should cite the Compensation text and scholarly/peerreviewed sources that are less than 10 years old. As you prepare for the 2nd part of the project, be sure to thoroughly review the Grading Rubric and Instructions for the next assignment to make sure you are not forgetting anything. I am excited to read the next part of this assignment. Let me know if you have questions. Take the time to review all the other group submissions shared in the Group Discussion Area. They will help you prepare for Deliverable II and will provide you with ideas of what might work for you in the future. Be creative! Use charts and graphs. I have confidence in you and know that you will submit an amazing Deliverable II! 2 1 Peter 4:8-10 Above all, keep loving one another earnestly, since love covers a multitude of sins. Show hospitality to one another without grumbling. As each has received a gift, use it to serve one another, as good stewards of God's varied grace. This verse focuses on the need for teammates to use their talents to serve others, and to adapt their skills to fit the gaps that the organization needs filled. Being kind and serving gladly, instead of complaining, are tremendously important skills for teammates. "Coming together is a beginning. Keeping together is progress. Working together is success." -Henry Ford “The strength of the team is each individual member. The strength of each member is the team.” ― Phil Jackson Ecclesiastes 4:9-12 Two are better than one, because they have a good reward for their toil. For if they fall, one will lift up his fellow. But woe to him who is alone when he falls and has not another to lift him up! Again, if two lie together, they keep warm, but how can one keep warm alone? And though a man might prevail against one who is alone, two will withstand him—a threefold cord is not quickly broken. Final Project - Deliverable 1 Healthcare Industry Group #4 (Madison Bevin, Zwannah Dorley, Michelle Lawrence, Teresa Oranza, Dena W Liberty University BUSI 440: Compensation Management Professor Lori Johnson-Vegas June 21, 2021 Thanks for including this. 3 Table of Contents Section I …………………………………………………………................................................. 3 Introduction and Description of the Healthcare Industry ……………………………..… 3 Job Summaries and Descriptions for Benchmark Jobs ...................................................... 4 Minimum/average/maximum wages .................................................................................. 6 Section II ........................................................................................................................................ 8 Benefits .............................................................................................................................. 8 Section III ..................................................................................................................................... 10 Glossary............................................................................................................................. 10 Section IV ………………............................................................................................................ 12 Instructions …................................................................................................................... 12 Timeline ……................................................................................................................... 12 Cost ….............................................................................................................................. 12 Confidentiality Statement …........................................................................................... 13 Signature Page ................................................................................................................. 14 References..................................................................................................................................... 15 FINAL PROJECT INSTRUCTIONS Deliverable I: Wage Survey 4 You will participate in a group (assigned by the instructor) and will design a Wage Survey using the benchmark job approach. See the section on Designing Pay Levels, Mix and Pay Structures in your course textbook for additional details and information. One member from each group will submit the assignment by the deadline to the instructor for grading. Groups will be expected to: 1. Choose an industry. 2. Research the industry to identify benchmark jobs. 3. Use the current edition of the Compensation text and a minimum of 2 scholarly/peer-reviewed sources for each section. 4. Use web resources (located at the end of this document) provided to assist in creating job description summaries for each benchmark job. 5. Evaluate the benefits that may/should be available to employees in this industry. 6. Create a Wage Survey that could be sent to other organizations in this industry. 7. Be creative by integrating biblical principles and/or scripture into each section of the assignment and the creation of the Wage Survey. Section I 5 A. APA Title Page to included Course Title, Chosen Industry, Group #, and each Group member’s name. B. Introduction and description of the industry. C. Job summaries & descriptions for 4–5 benchmark jobs. D. Minimum/average/maximum wages for each position. Use the current edition of the Compensation text and a minimum of 2 scholarly/peer-reviewed sources for each section. Be creative by integrating biblical principles and/or scripture into each section of the assignment and the creation of the Wage Survey. The Healthcare Industry Section I Introduction and Description of the Healthcare Industry The Healthcare Industry, also commonly known as the medical field, is an industry whose purpose is to treat people suffering from curable or preventable illnesses alongside those in need of rehabilitation or palliative care. The healthcare system is made up of hospitals that work to diagnose and treat a whole host of medical issues. Treatments can be provided through the different products and services that are offered at both private and public healthcare institutions. Our current healthcare system is made up of many sub-sectors that rely on interdisciplinary teams of trained medical professionals working together to meet the needs of those in distress. This idea demonstrates the biblical principles of helping those in need and also placing the needs of others above your own. When done in a God-honoring way, work in the medical field mimics the ministry of Christ on earth and is a fulfillment of his commands for our earthly life. A verse that perfectly summarizes God’s desire for how we should live is found in Matthew 25:40-45, which says, “And the King will answer them, ‘Truly, I say to you, as you did it to one of the least of these my brothers, you did it to me’” (ESV). Amen 6 The Healthcare system today ranges anywhere from small-town practices with only a handful of employees, to major city hospitals that provide hundreds of jobs to medical professionals. While the Healthcare Industry is one of the largest in the world, it is also the industry most open to different risks and hampered by different regulations. Services in the healthcare sector are provided by practitioners in medicine, chiropractic, dentistry, nursing, pharmacy, allied health, and other care providers. Before 1930, healthcare coverage plans were almost non-existent, leaving health issues as a responsibility of one's family (Gerhart & Newman, 2020). In the last 30 years, however, the Healthcare Industry has experienced significant changes and improvements. All of these changes have helped ensure that people have better access to hospitals and can take a more selfdirected approach to seek medical attention because of all of the advances in technology (Durrani, 2016). It is important to remember that all these different changes within the Healthcare Industry have a direct impact on how patients are treated and how those same patients interpret their level of care. One study found that quality of care and healthcare, and, while also directly dependent on the strategic mission and goals of a hospital, determine customer satisfaction (Rivers et al., 2008). So, while it is important to consider the implications of care and costs on the hospital, it should also be considered from a patient’s level of satisfaction with how the hospital staff operates. Job Summaries and Descriptions for Benchmark Jobs 1. Registered nurse (RN) Registered nurses are tasked with helping doctors in hospitals and other medical settings. Another responsibility of registered nurses is patient care which involves aiding in the recovery 7 of patients alongside educating them and their families on the prevention of illnesses and healthy habits. Registered nurses perform many functions related to patient care, case management, and treatment planning. They can also specialize in several areas, some of which we will discuss below. (source?) Education needed for this position is achieved either through obtaining your ADN, Associate's degree in Nursing, or your BSN, bachelors of science in nursing. Different responsibilities of a registered nurse include monitoring a patient’s condition and assessing their needs to provide the best possible care and advice, performing routine procedures, and filling in patients’ charts, and adjusting and administering patient’s medication, and providing treatments according to physician’s orders, alongside many other responsibilities. (source?) 2. Licensed practical nurse (LPN) Licensed practical nurses are tasked with performing a multitude of objectives under the instruction of either an RN or physician. LPN’s can administer medicine, check vital signs, and give injections. Most licensed practical nurses work in different healthcare buildings, including hospitals, doctors’ offices, and nursing homes. Their job generally involves providing routine care, observing patients’ health, assisting doctors and registered nurses, and communicating with patients and their families. (source?) Education needed for this position is achieved through obtaining your Practical Nursing diploma. Different responsibilities include “planning and managing patient care according to each patient’s needs, interviewing patients and recording their medical history, obtaining patient vital signs and escorting patients to their rooms, and administering injections of medications” (Writers, 2020), alongside other important functions. 3. Labor & delivery nurse 8 Labor & Delivery Nurses (L/D Nurses), also called perinatal nurses, provide care and support for women before, during, and after delivery of the baby. They are responsible for making sure that the medical and emotional needs of the patient are adequately met throughout the entire birthing process. Education needed for this position is achieved either through obtaining your ADN, Associate’s degree in Nursing, or your BSN, bachelors of science in nursing. Relevant certifications include getting your RNC-OB certification. Different responsibilities include reading fetal monitors and ascertaining if there is a problem with the baby’s heart rate, identifying and managing life-sustaining physiological functions in unstable patients, checking the patient's cervix periodically to monitor progression/lack of dilation, and many other functions. (source?) 4. Oncology nurse Oncology nurses provide care for cancer patients and individuals who find themselves at risk of different types of cancer. Different duties include monitoring physical conditions, prescribing medication, and administering chemotherapy alongside other treatments. Education needed for this position is achieved either through obtaining your ADN, Associate’s degree in Nursing, or your BSN, bachelors of science in nursing. Relevant certifications for this position include acquiring your OCN, Oncology Certified nurse, certification. Responsibilities of the job include assessing patient health, developing care plans for patients, administering the recommended treatments, alongside educating patients and their families while providing necessary support. (source?) Minimum/average/maximum wages What is your source(s) for this information? 1. Entry Registered nurse (RN) 9 Min (Bottom 10%): $51,491 Avg: $64,100 Max(Top 10%): $81,485 2. Licensed practical nurse (LPN) Min (Bottom 10%): $41,600 Avg: $50,325 Max (Top 10%): $61,820 3. Labor & delivery nurse Min (Bottom 10%): $61,900 Avg: $74,700 Max (Top 10%): $93,613 4. Oncology nurse Min (Bottom 10%): $61,743 Avg: $77,600 Max (Top 10%): $94,985 10 Section II Benefits (Must include all benefits that may be provided in this industry. However, since industries will vary in relation to available benefits, students should choose a minimum of three benefits noted by the industry and discuss those benefits in greater detail.) Use the current edition of the Compensation text and a minimum of 2 scholarly/peer-reviewed sources for each section. Be creative by integrating biblical principles and/or scripture into each section of the assignment and the creation of the Wage Survey. Section II Benefits A healthcare career can be extremely rewarding and provides many benefits. There are a variety of career opportunities from all educational backgrounds and interests. For example, someone that does not want to be around blood may opt for an administrative position. Though stressful at times, medical professions are more rewarding than most. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, there will be an increase in industry growth. Eight of the 20 more popular job careers happen to be in the healthcare industry (Patterson, 2019). Many other career fields have a lot of competition attracting many individuals into the healthcare field. There will always be a high demand for qualified doctors and medical professionals as long as people are existing. Opportunities exist in just about every major city that will meet one's needs and qualifications. While money is not everything, it is a deciding factor for many when deciding on their career path. Medical professionals and healthcare workers earn competitive salaries and typically have a flexible work schedule. They have great benefits such as health insurance, retirement, and paid vacation. Those in hospitals usually earn more than those in small clinics. Individuals that receive special or additional education can expect commensurable potential earnings. “BLS reports that as of May 2020, the median annual wage for technical healthcare occupations, such as registered nurses, physicians, and dental hygienists, was $69,870 (Brooks, 2021). Many 11 hospitals encourage their employees to cross-train in different areas to help build their experience and skills. Earning potential will vary depending on the healthcare position, but there is much potential for skilled workers to bring home solid pay. Working in the Healthcare Industry gives you the ability to help others. Each day you will work closely with others and assist them. Many workers develop relationships with their patients and the patients will also remember the wonderful care received. One clear goal is that healthcare workers help their patients maintain their health. The goal at GE Healthcare is to provide “transformational medical technologies and services that are shaping the new age of patient care” (Gerhart & Newman, 2020, p. #). Knowing that you are playing a major role in helping others feel better is a great feeling. 1 Peter 4:10 says, “Each of you should use whatever gift you have received to serve others, as faithful stewards of God’s grace in its various forms” (1 Peter 4:10, New International Version). If you are the type of person that likes to experience something different each day, the healthcare industry offers a variety of things from the people that you will meet to the different problems that you may have to solve. This field has many challenges as you may have to handle life and death situations. You will be pushed to your limit and will constantly learn new things. Even those that do not see patients must be able to keep clinical environments running effectively. You will be left with a sense of fulfillment and that can not be said about many other positions in the industry. There are so many benefits to working in the Healthcare Industry. It does not matter what job that you chose within the industry, you will be helping patients get the care that they are needing. Whether you are in an administrative position or a surgeon, there are many advantages associated with being in the healthcare field. From high salaries to the chance to do something good, you cannot go wrong choosing a career within the healthcare system. Examples: Benefits 1. Medical, dental and vision insurance o Eligible to enroll on Day 1 of employment 12 o Single and family coverage o 3 Available Greatmark GSGC Medical Plans 2. Flexible spending or health reimbursement accounts o A savings account for health-related expenses o EPO and PPO eligible 3. Paid personal time, paid vacation days, and paid holidays o Personal Time ▪ Eligible after working 90 days ▪ Personal Time- Each full-time employee will receive 50 hours paid personal time for use each year. This will be accrued in 10 hour increments 5 times each year. Minimum 1-hour request entry and 2 hours minimum use at a time. Any personal time not used by end of year will be forfeited. o Vacation Days ▪ Eligible after 1 year service ▪ 7 days can be carried over into each new year. ▪ Accrual Process Years of Service o Total Weeks of Days Accrued by Vacation Month 1-3 Years 2 Weeks .83 Days 3-5 years 3 Weeks 1.25 Days 5+ Years 4 Weeks 1.66 Days Holiday Pay- New Year’s Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day. 13 4. Paid Parental Leave- after the birth or adoption of a child o Eligible after 1 year continuous service o Up to 4 continuous weeks of paid leave for care and bonding with new child o May be used any time during the first six months after birth or adoption 5. Retirement savings plans o 401(k) plan in DB plan o Company will match a percentage of contribution of annual income o Eligible after 1 year of service 6. Tuition reimbursement o Requirement 1 year of continuous service o Up to 2000 dollars tuition reimbursement every year up to 4 years. o Partnership with FennPoster Career Development Program, offering degrees and certifications in 35 and counting career paths. 7. Healthy In ‘n’ Out program, our comprehensive well-being program designed to push you towards good health in mind, body, and spirit o Eligible on Day 1 of employment o Offering partnerships and discounts at local health facilities and programs Example: Section II Employee Benefits Guide State Health Insurance There are multiple health insurance plans to choose from: Blue Cross Blue Shield and United Health Care. The choices are listed below. Once you choose the plan that fits you, simply log onto the website listed in your new hire packet to enroll. If you prefer to speak with an Insurance agent, one will be on site Tuesday, August 9 in the main conference room to answer any questions you may have. There are several plans available for employees to choose from. Bronze plans are going to have the lowest rates and cover 60% of your healthcare costs, which leaves a 14 balance of 40% of the costs paid by the employee. The silver plans are the average costs plans that cover 70% of healthcare costs, leaving the employee responsible for 30%. Finally, the gold plans are higher costs with coverage of 80%, leaving the employee responsible for 20%. The HMO options require a primary physician that your entire healthcare needs will go through. The physician will refer the patient to any specialty doctors they may need. The UHC HDHP is a high deductible health plan. All of these plans are listed on the website for you to better decide what is best for you and your family. The following plans are available… State Health Benefit Plan Rates January 1-December 31, 20XX You + Children $288.01 You + Spouse $390.23 You + Family $519.43 BCBS Silver $105.33 $197.12 $277.96 $369.74 BCBS $66.28 Bronze BCBS HMO $130.58 UHC HMO $170.68 UHC HDHP $57.46 $130.74 $195.96 $260.40 $240.05 $308.22 $115.75 $330.99 $415.20 $177.45 $440.44 $552.71 $235.72 BCBS Gold You $158.79 ***YOU HAVE 30 DAYS FROM YOUR HIRE DATE TO ENROLL OR YOU WILL HAVE TO WAIT UNTIL OPEN ENROLLMENT*** Dental Insurance You may sign up for dental insurance at the same time as health insurance through the website. The dental rates are as follows… Tier Base Core Employee Only $27.90 $40.63 Employee + Spouse $45.05 $65.52 Employee + Child(ren) $33.69 $48.97 Family $75.43 $109.70 Vision Insurance You may sign up for vision insurance at the same time as health insurance through the website. The vision rates are as follows… Rates Employee $9.20 Employee + Spouse $15.32 Employee + Children $16.04 Family $25.04 15 Life Insurance (Company paid) The company provides life insurance for you and your family at no cost to you. The benefits provided are as follows… • Employee: o Basic Life: 2x Annual Base Salary o Basic AD&D: 2x Annual Base Salary o Business Travel/Accident: 4x Annual Base Salary • Spouse: $10,000 • Child: $10,000/each 401K New employees are eligible to participate in 401K benefits immediately. • Eligible pay includes base pay, overtime, and bonuses. • Contribute 1%-50% of eligible pay (depending on IRS maximums). • Company will match 100% of the first 3% of your contributions and 50% of your next 3% contribution. • Example: Employee contributes 6% into their 401K, the company will match 4.5%. Disability Disability benefits provide income protection when you are unable to work due to a non-work related illness or injury. • Short Term Disability o Company provided benefit: 70% of base pay up to $4,000/week (taxable) • Long Term Disability o Company provided benefit: 50% of base pay up to $16,000/month o Buy-up option (an extra 10% to equal 60% of base pay up to $19,000/month) Other Benefits available • • • Optional Life Insurance Medical Flexible Spending Dependent Flexible Spending Example: Healthcare Industry Benefits Benefit options have a significant impact on employee retention and have an effect on employee job satisfaction (Gerhart & Newman, 2020, p. 459). Proverbs 27:18 says, “Whoever 16 tends a fig tree will eat its fruit” (ESV). Likewise, members of the healthcare industry enjoy a wide array of benefits because employers work diligently to provide packages that seek to assist and promote employee work-life balance, provide for future financial security, and promote a healthy workforce. Workers compensation, social security, unemployment compensation, and family medical leave (FMLA) and extended health insurance (COBRA) programs are mandated by law and are either fully or partially funded by employers. In addition to these, many organizations offer company subsidized health insurance, retirement savings plans such as 401Ks, life and death insurance policies, short and long term disability, paid leave and other benefits like educational assistance and employee assistance programs (p. 477). Medical, Dental, Vision Insurance According to a 2019 survey of healthcare benefits access and participation rates, 73% of employees in the civilian health care and social assistance industry had some combination of medical, dental, vision care, and prescription drug coverage. Narrowing the industry to hospitals alone, 92% of employees had access to some type of coverage (Employee Benefits Survey, 2019, Table 09a). Affordable coverage is a key component to healthcare benefits, and the costs relative to benefits for both employers and employees lends to the significance of employer sponsored health coverage since premiums are not taxable and group-based benefits can be negotiated at lower rates (Gerhart & Newman, 2020, p. 450). On average in the healthcare industry, the premiums for such benefits are 81% employer funded (for single coverage), which translates into an average monthly cost to employers of $481.64 per employee leaving the remaining $128.25 to be paid by the insured (EBS, 2019, Table 10a). Most organizations in the healthcare industry administer medical benefits on a contributory basis, with 89% of medical plans being cost shared; only 11% as solely employer funded plans (EBS, 2019, Table 11a). Benefits are typically 17 extended to family members and approximately 40% of health care employers offer access to unmarried domestic partners (EBS, 2019, Table 43). Health Maintenance Organizations (HMO) and Preferred Provider Organizations (PPO) are two delivery mechanisms both offering varying levels of coverage and deductible amounts. In addition to Basic Care Plans, many organizations are offering lower cost consumer driven health plans, or High Deductible Plans, with Health Savings (HSA) or Health Reimbursement (HRA) accounts to further offset costs (Gerhart & Newman, 2020, p. 496). Retirement Savings Plans Financial planning and preparation are becoming an increasingly important aspect of employee benefits as the future of Social Security payments is unsure (Gerhart & Newman, 2018, p. 480). Defined benefit and defined contribution plans (401Ks) are two additional benefits that employers offer to help attract and retain top talent and support employees’ future financial security. In the civilian health care and social assistance industry, 74% of organizations offer some type of retirement benefit, and of those, 22% were defined benefit plans, and 67% defined contribution plans (EBS, 2019, Table 2). Those levels increase significantly when narrowed to hospitals, where 93% of employees have access to some type of retirement plan (Table 2). Following the advice of the apostle Paul, “On the first day of every week, each of you is to put something aside and store it up, as he may prosper” (ESV), many healthcare organizations are updating retirement benefit programs to be more competitive and promote employee saving with automatic enrollment, dollar matching, and automatic contribution increases (Shutan, 2018). Paid Leave (Paid Time Off - PTO) Most employers in the healthcare industry offer employees paid holidays, sick leave, vacation, personal leave, and jury duty leave (EBS, 2019, Table 31). These types of programs 18 offer the work-life balance that employees consider important in a benefits package. Many employees in healthcare work varying schedules, yet on average receive at least 8 paid holidays per year (EBS, 2019 Table 32). Paid time off varies based on seniority and position, and the market trend for PTO benefits is a bank of paid time to be used for any purpose (SullivanCotter, 2020). Physicians, for example, typically receive between 25 and 35 days of paid leave in a given year (SullicanCotter, 2020). Section III Glossary (The glossary must include technical terms, special names and/or abbreviations used throughout the project that a lay reader would not understand without the context of a definition.) Use the current edition of the Compensation text and a minimum of 2 scholarly/peer-reviewed sources for each section. Be creative by integrating biblical principles and/or scripture into each section of the assignment and the creation of the Wage Survey. Section III Glossary 401 (K)- A savings plan in which employees are allowed to defer pretax income (Gerhart & Newman, 2020). Competitive Position- The evaluation of the compensation offered by one employer relative to that paid by competitors (Gerhart & Newman, 2020). Defined Benefit Plan- A benefit option or package in which the employer agrees to give the specified benefit without regard to cost maximum (Gerhart & Newman, 2020). Defined Contribution plan- A benefit option or package in which the employer negotiates a dollar maximum payout (Gerhart et al., 2020). Employee Benefits- Are part of the total compensation package, other than pay for time worked, provided to employees in whole or in part by employer payments.(source) 19 Internship (Medicine)- A physician in training, typically one year, who has completed medical school and has a medical degree but does not yet have a full license to practice medicine unsupervised.(source) Market-based/customer-driven health care- This is a more popular customer-driven healthcare plan because it is more flexible and offers a range of benefits, such as full-defined contribution, tiered networks, menu-driven, managed competition, or health saving account is involved in the plan.(source) Mission- The starting point for planning and the reason why an organization exists (Carpenter). Emotional and psychological logic that drives an organization. NAICS- North American Industry Classification System. Developed by the United States, Canada, and Mexico to allow for a high level of comparability in business statistics among the North American countries. It is used by Federal statistical agencies in classifying business establishments for the purpose of collecting, analyzing, and publishing statistical data related to the U.S. business economy (U.S. Census Bureau, 2014). NCLEX- National Council Licensure Examination. Examination for the licensing of nurses in the United States and Canada. There are two types, the NCLEX-RN for Registered Nurses and the NCLEX-PN for Nurse Practitioners. After graduation from a school of nursing, one takes the NCLEX exam to receive his or her nursing license. A nursing license gives an individual the permission to practice nursing, granted by the state where he or she met the requirements. Paid Time Off (PTO)- Eliminates the difference between sick days and other paid days off, which takes away faking an illness for a day off (Freeman, year). James 4:15 says “Instead, you ought to say, if it is the Lord’s will, we will live and do this or that” (ESV). As you make plans for each day, week, and month, commit your plans to the Lord’s will. Note that the Lord may change your plans and be open to how God can use interruptions and annoyances for good. Pay (wage) Survey- The organized process of gathering information and making decisions about the compensation paid by other employers. Pay (wage) survey data are useful in developing pay levels and structures. Probationary Period- Period during which new employees are excluded from benefits coverage, usually until some term of employment is completed (Gerhart et al., 2020). Residency (Medicine)- A Physician who practices medicine usually in a hospital or clinic. A residency may follow the internship year or include the internship year as the first year of residency. The residency can also be followed by a fellowship, during which the physician is trained in a specialty or a sub-specialty. Successful completion of residency training is a requirement to practice medicine in many jurisdictions. The medical residency gives in-depth training within a specific branch of medicine. 20 USMLE- U.S. Medical Licensing Examination. A multi-part professional exam sponsored by the Federation of State Medical Boards (FSMB) and the National Board of Medical Examiners (NBME). Physicians with an M.D. degree are required to pass this examination before being permitted to practice in the U.S. Vision- A description of an ideal future. An ideal world of the organization is striving to shape. Section IV Instructions, timeline, costs, confidentiality statement, and signature page Use the current edition of the Compensation text and a minimum of 2 scholarly/peer-reviewed sources for each section. Be creative by integrating biblical principles and/or scripture into each section of the assignment and the creation of the Wage Survey. Section IV Examples: Instructions: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Do not modify any part of the survey except for the answers you have provided. Please sign the confidentiality statement. Please read carefully the job summaries and descriptions Indicate if the benefit provided will apply to you. Indicate which job description pertains to your professional experience. Please mark with an (x) the answer that best fits. Do not leave any questions in blank. Finally, please read carefully the survey review and make sure that the survey is complete. Who Should Complete the Survey All certified nurses, licensed practical nurses, registered nurses, and advanced practice registered nurses should participate in the survey. Timeline The survey will be distributed to nursing staff on Month Day, 2019. The survey should be hand in completed on Month Day, 2019 to Human Resource Manager Jamie Doe. Results should be available within a week of the survey, and a staff meeting will be held to discuss the results with the staff that paid the survey fee. Cost 21 In order to get results from the survey, there would be a fee of $50.00. Payable to the Business Office. Checks will need to made payable to SurveyNurse.com. Confidentiality Statement (Non-Disclosure Agreement) I __________________ agree that all the information provided in this survey, and the answers given will remain confidential. Results will be kept confidential and solely used for company purposes. Results are not required to be published if the company does not wish to do so. Name__________________________ Signature _______________________ Date ___________________________ Signature Page I certify that I have read this entire document, understand the content herein, and make myself responsible for following the instructions, adhering to the deadline for submission of survey, paying the survey fee, and compliance with the confidentially agreement. Date: ___________________________________ Printed Full Name:______________________________________________________________ First Middle Last Signature:____________________________________________________________________ _ Complete this page and return to Human Resource Manager Jamie Doe. (you may scan the page and send by email to Jamie.doe@xyz.com, please include in the email Subject Line: Overview Signature Page). Instructions 1. Carefully read each question and answer truthfully 2. Please do not change any questions 3. To indicate what answer you have chosen place an (x) in the box provided 4. Answer every question you are given 5. Go back and review your answers to make sure you have answered every question 6. Sign the confidentiality statement 7. Clearly print your name and information so we are able to read your survey Timeline 22 This survey distribution date is March 14, 20XX. This survey must be completed and submitted to the Human Resource Office on April 20, 20XX. No late surveys will be accepted. You will be contacted once the results are received by the company. Cost The cost for this survey will be $150.00 per person in order to receive accurate results for our company. Confidentiality Statement _______________________ agrees that the information they have provided in this survey is confidential. This information will not be shared to anyone and has the purpose of being used for this company. Results will not be shared or published unless the company decides to do so. Name: __________________________________ Signature: _______________________________ Date: ___________________________________ Instructions This survey serves to collect the salary information for a range of individuals in the Healthcare Industry. The survey will be completed by individuals such as Registered Nurses, Licensed Practical Nurses, Labor & Delivery Nurses, and Oncology Nurses. Several individuals will participate in this survey from the fields mentioned previously. Once all surveys have been collected, the data will be analyzed, and the results will be posted. Please take a moment to complete the survey and return it via email. Timeline Prep for Survey: Decide when the survey will be distributed and to whom ….….. July 1st, 2021 Push out Survey to Employees ………………………………………………….. July 15th, 2021 Send out Email Reminders to Complete Survey ……………………………...… July 24th, 2021 Survey Ends ………………………………………....……………………….... August 1st, 2021 Data Analysis Begins …………………....……………………………………. August 4th, 2021 Results Reported……………………………………………………………. September 1st, 2021 Cost Cost – this section deals with the cost regarding the survey. How much does it cost for an organization to participate in the survey? How much does it cost for an organization to receive the results of the survey? 23 Is there a discount for those who participated to receive the survey results? The cost of this survey depends on the number of participants. Each survey costs $100. If all employees participate in this survey, the total cost will be $10,000 paid in full by the Human Resources Department. The department will make three payments to the survey company. The first two payments will be equal in value and will be $2,500. The final payment will be the remaining balance based on the number of total participants. The first payment will be made May 1st when details for the survey are finalized, the second payment will follow on June 1st, and finally the last payment on July 1st. Any duplicate surveys will be an additional $10 so we will try to avoid that at all costs. Confidentiality Statement All information collected in this survey is confidential and will not be shared. The data collected will be used for informational purposes by the company conducting this survey and will be relayed to your organization that has authorized us to administer this survey. This survey is optional and not a requirement of your employment. We are aware that you will be completely this survey electronically and we know that “computers inevitably bring up the issue of confidentiality” (Gerhart & Newman, 2020, p. #). The information relayed to your employer once all of the data has been collected and analyzed will not include any personal information such as your name, age, position, etc., but rather only a general overview will be provided to your employer. As we know from Proverbs 11:13, “Whoever goes about slandering reveals secrets, but he who is trustworthy in spirit keeps a thing covered” (ESV). If you have any questions regarding this survey, you may reach out to us via email, and we will get back to you promptly. Signature Page By signing this document, you agree to complete the following wage survey. You are also stating that you have received a copy of the survey instructions and the Statement of Confidentiality and that you understand both fully. You understand that you are to answer all questions in the survey with the information you know to be correct. 24 Name: _________________________ Date: __________________________ Signature: ________________________________ 25 References Remember to use scholarly/peer-reviewed sources. Brooks, A. (2021, May 31). 8 Compelling Reasons to Consider Working in the Healthcare Industry. Rasmussen University. https://www.rasmussen.edu/degrees/health-sciences/blog/working-in-thehealthcare-industry/ Carpenter, B. (n.d). Reasons for Employee Benefits. Demand Media. http://small business.chronic.com/reasons-employee-Benefits-14006.html Confidentiality of Survey Responses. (n.d.). Tufts University: https://provost.tufts.edu/institutionalresearch/surveys/confidentiality/ Crossway Bibles. (2007). ESV: Study Bible: English standard version. Wheaton, Ill: Crossway Bibles. Durrani H. (2016). Healthcare and healthcare systems: inspiring progress and future prospects. mHealth, 2, 3. https://doi.org/10.3978/j.issn.2306-9740.2016.01.03 Employee Benefits Survey. Bureau of Labor Statistics. http://www.bls.gov/ncs/ebbs/glossary20132014.htm#paidleave Freeman, E. (n.d.). The Average Paid Time Off. Demand Media. http://small business.chronic.com/average-paid-time-off-23899. Html Gerhart, B. A. & Newman, J. M. (2020). Compensation (13th ed.). McGraw-Hill. King James Bible Online.https//www.kingjamesbibleonline.org/ Patterson, L. (2019, April 17). 6 Benefits to Working in the Healthcare Industry. EMR Industry. https://www.emrindustry.com/6-benefits-to-working-in-the-healthcareindustry/ Rivers, P. A., & Glover, S. H. (2008). Health care competition, strategic mission, and patient satisfaction: research model and propositions. Journal of health organization and management, 22(6), 627–641. https://doi.org/10.1108/14777260810916597 Survey Confidentiality Statement. (n.d.). https://www.myinnerview.com/elearning/documents/Survey%20Confidentiality%20Statement.pdf Writers, P. S. (2020, December 28). LPN Job Description. PracticalNursing.org. https://www.practicalnursing.org/lpn-jobs-description. 26 8:28 AM Thu Jul 1 69% < m AA libertyuniv-my.sharepoint.com C I + Bb Thread: Deli... BUSI343_Ca... O Mail - Lawre... SOLUTION: B... © 2021063023... Unknown S Deliverable 2... Word Deliverable 2 (Group 4) Healthcare Industry 8? - Saved v Search (Option + Q) LC File Home Insert Layout References Review View Help 7 Reviewing v Share Times New Ro... v 12 V Β Ι U = Agv ... 1 Table of Contents Header Section I 3 Summary of the decision-making process.. 3 Abstract/Introduction... 3 Description of Job Analysis.... 4 Internal Alignment of Organization's Compensation Structure........... 1 ... BM Bevin, Maddie For Teresa to complete External Alignment of Organization's Compensation Structure......... Conclusion.... @mention or reply Section II Job Descriptions and Compensable Factors. Section III Compensation Structure: Hay Plan Method and Determination of Pay Levels........... BM Bevin, Maddie ... Section IV For Zwannah to Complete Overall Compensation Structure.. 1 @mention or reply References..... BM Bevin, Maddie For Michelle & Dena to complete in another document Page 14 of 14 Word Count: Hidden English (U.S.) Text Predictions: On 100% + Give Feedback to Microsoft 8:28 AM Thu Jul 1 69% < m AA libertyuniv-my.sharepoint.com C I + Bb Thread: Deli... BUSI343_Ca... O Mail - Lawre... SOLUTION: B... © 2021063023... Unknown S Deliverable 2... Word Deliverable 2 (Group 4) Healthcare Industry 8? - Saved v Search (Option + Q) LC File Home Insert Layout References Review View Help 7 Reviewing v Share Times New Ro... V 12 V B I U = Av ... 2 Abstract Header The Healthcare Industry is comprised of many industries and sub-industries alongside a diverse range of other companies. Any organization that is involved with products or services associated with health and medical care are represented in the healthcare sector. There are six main industries in the healthcare sector that include pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, equipment, distribution, facilities, and managed health care. In order to know which products and services to use in a specific industry, you need to have appropriate jobs that will help an organization meet specific deadlines and costs. Outlining job descriptions and requirements for those specific jobs is very important and developing the appropriate compensation packages for these positions is essential. The Bible tells us in Proverbs 21:5, “The plans of the diligent lead surely to abundance, but everyone who is hasty comes only to poverty” (Crossway, 2021). Deliverable II: Compensation Structure Proposal for John Hopkins Hospital Established in 1889, John Hopkins Hospital has become one of the top teaching hospitals and biomedical research facilities in the world. This hospital provides the foundation for Page 14 of 14 Word Count: Hidden English (U.S.) Text Predictions: On - 100% + Give Feedback to Microsoft 8:28 AM Thu Jul 1 69% < m AA libertyuniv-my.sharepoint.com C I + Bb Thread: Deli... BUSI343_Ca... O Mail - Lawre... SOLUTION: B... © 2021063023... Unknown S Deliverable 2... Word Deliverable 2 (Group 4) Healthcare Industry 8? - Saved v Search (Option + Q) LC File Home Insert Layout References Review View Help Share Reviewing v Ą Apr er Times New Ro... v 12 B I U ... Deliverable II: Compensation Structure Proposal for John Hopkins Hospital Established in 1889, John Hopkins Hospital has become one of the top teaching hospitals and biomedical research facilities in the world. This hospital provides the foundation for numerous famous medical traditions including rounds, residents and house staff, alongside such medical specialties as neurosurgery and child psychology. John Hopkins Hospital employs over 30,000 employees in roughly 20 different buildings on the university's medical campus. This set up allows for maximum efficiency to the healthcare services they provide and because of their extensive funding, have been able to expand their work to other states outside of the main facility located in Baltimore, Maryland. John Hopkins Hospital provides the highest level of medical care to its patients through employing individuals in the medical field that hold the same work ethic and morals associated with the hospital. Without these employees, operation of their facilities would be impossible. For 3 this reason, it is vital that the hospital continually reevaluates each role in the company to make Header sure the associated benefits and pay are matching competitive market standards. The job analysis Page 14 of 14 Word Count: Hidden English (U.S.) Text Predictions: On - 100% + Give Feedback to Microsoft 8:29 AM Thu Jul 1 ® 69% < m AA libertyuniv-my.sharepoint.com + Bb Thread: Deli... BUSI343_Ca... O Mail - Lawre... S SOLUTION: B... © 2021063023... Unknown S Deliverable 2... Microsoft Office Open in the Office app OPEN Word Deliverable 2 (Group 4) Healthcare Industry 8? - Saved v Search (Option + Q) LC File Home Insert Layout References Review View Help u Times New Ro... v 12 B I U 三、 Av ... sure the associated benefits and pay are matching competitive market standards. The job analysis below will outline key information associated with specific positions within the hospital. It will be focusing on the following positions: Registered Nurse, Licensed Practical Nurse, Labor and Delivery Nurse, and Oncology Nurse. Job Analysis The group conducted a job analysis on a variety of positions within the healthcare industry. The survey that was executed, pointed out the responsibilities of several positions including nursing jobs such as a registered nurse, a licensed practical nurse and jobs in labor and delivery, and oncology. While each of these jobs plays a unique role to the success of John Hopkins Hospital, each is vital for the proper functioning of the organization. The Human Resources department uses job analyses on these different positions for a host of reasons. One use for job analyses is that it helps in “identifying the skills and experience required to perform the work clarifies hiring and promotion standards and identifies training needs” (Gerhart et al., 8:29 AM Thu Jul 1 ® 68% < m AA libertyuniv-my.sharepoint.com I + Bb Thread: Deli... BUSI343_Ca... O Mail - Lawre... S SOLUTION: B... © 2021063023... Unknown S Deliverable 2... Microsoft Office Open in the Office app OPEN Word Deliverable 2 (Group 4) Healthcare Industry 8? - Saved v Search (Option + Q) LC File Home Insert Layout References Review View Help u Times New Ro... v 12 B Ι U Sv = Av LO ... the work clarifies hiring and promotion standards and identifies training needs” (Gerhart et al., p.110, 2020). A key aspect of any job analysis is to survey specific responsibilities and pay for each position while also considering the respective qualifications of the employees in these positions. John Hopkins Hospital functions within the healthcare industry working as both a teaching hospital and research facility. The main campus is located in Baltimore, Maryland but because of the | hospitals’ prestige and funding, has been able to expand to other states as well. This has allowed for the organization to be highly competitive in the healthcare industry. For these reasons, jobs, qualifications, and pay will all differ depending on the specific duties of each position in the healthacre facility and more specifically at John Hopkins Hospital. A good job analysis will “collect sufficient information to 4. adequately identify, define, and describe a job” (Gerhart et al., p. 113, 2020). Header Internal Alignment of Organization's Compensation Structure [Insert text here] 10:05 AM Thu Jul 1 53% < n АА A libertyuniv-my.sharepoint.com Ć 5 + M Sign in to yo... Favorites Mail - Lawre... SOLUTION: B... S 2021063023... Unknown S Deliverable 2... Х Deliverable 2... Microsoft Office Open in the Office app OPEN Word Deliverable 2 (Group 4) Healthcare Industry 8? - Saved v O Search (Option + Q) LC File Home Insert Layout References Review View Table (ВМ บ Calibri (Body) v 11 B I U or Av Sv. Av < LO ... The organizational structure for nurses in a hospital involves them reporting to a nurse manager who is the supervisor of their floor and specialty area. Large hospitals have a charge nurse that works on every shift, making leadership decisions and there are nursing directors who report to nursing directors, who in turn report to a single chief nursing officer. For all these reasons, nurses are in high demand and are being paid accordingly as these jobs need to be filled (Haddad, 2020). RN General Medicine Residency Requisition #: 370303 Location: Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center, Baltimore, MD 21201 Category: Nursing Ovork Shift: Night Shift Work Week: Full Time Weekend Work Required: Yes Date Posted: June 3, 2021 Graduate & new-to-specialty RN training on a fast-paced, comprehensive adult medicine unit where RNs and technicians are proud to work. Do you want to learn? Looking for a home? Great nurse colleagues? Qualifications: RN license in Maryland or compact state • CPR (AHA, Red Cross, or Military Training Network) AA degree in Nursing BSN preferred or must obtain in 4 years A love for adult Med/Surg is ideal 10:05 AM Thu Jul 1 53% < n АА A libertyuniv-my.sharepoint.com Ć 5 + M Sign in to yo... Favorites Mail - Lawre... SOLUTION: B... S 2021063023... Unknown S Deliverable 2... Х Deliverable 2... Microsoft Office Open in the Office app OPEN Word Deliverable 2 (Group 4) Healthcare Industry 8? - Saved v O Search (Option + Q) LC File Home Insert Layout References Review View Table (ВМ บ Calibri (Body) V 11 B I U ev Av. Ev Av < LO ... Section 2 Job Descriptions & Compensable Factors 1. Registered nurse (RN). Registered nurses are tasked with helping doctors in hospitals and other medical settings. Another responsibility of registered nurses is patient care which involves aiding in the recovery of patients alongside educating them and their families on the prevention of illnesses and healthy habits. Registered nurses perform many functions related to patient care, case management, and treatment planning. They can also specialize in several areas, some of which we will discuss below. Education needed for this position is achieved either through obtaining your ADN, Associate's degree in Nursing, or your BSN, bachelor's of science in nursing. The number of years of higher education required for this position is 4-6 years of study. Different responsibilities of a registered nurse include monitoring a patient's condition and assessing their needs to provide the best possible care and advice, performing routine procedures, and filling in patients' charts, and adjusting and administering patient's medication, and providing treatments according to physician's orders, alongside many other responsibilities. Working conditions for registered nurses involve them finding employment at health care facilities. The years of experience required for registered nurses come from the clinical studies they undertake in their 4-6 years of higher education. Clinicals are a series of supervised interactions that nurses in training have with patients in hospitals. These range to a whole host of specialties in the field so that nurses get experience in many different areas and can decide which one they would like to specialize in (ABSN, 2019). The organizational structure for nurses in a hospital involves them reporting to a nurse manager who is the supervisor of their floor and specialty area. Large hospitals have a charge 5 Header 10:05 AM Thu Jul 1 53% < n АА A libertyuniv-my.sharepoint.com Ć 5 + M Sign in to yo... Favorites Mail - Lawre... SOLUTION: B... S 2021063023... Unknown S Deliverable 2... Х Deliverable 2... Microsoft Office Open in the Office app OPEN Word Deliverable 2 (Group 4) Healthcare Industry 8? - Saved v O Search (Option + Q) LC File Home Insert Layout References Review View Table (ВМ บ Calibri (Body) V 11 B I U pv Ev Av < LO ... vvргvvгvй vг IITUUUUUUUI1 myvuru . . . . A love for adult Med/Surg is ideal Call 410-550-4790 for details Benefits Nurse Residency - 1 year • Comprehensive health care plan, dental, life & disability insurance Tuition reimbursement for self and dependents Clinical Ladder for growth as a nursing leader • Gym & day care on site 403 B retirement savings plan • Inclusive culture and caring co-workers 2. Licensed practical nurse (LPN) Licensed practical nurses are tasked with performing a multitude of objectives under the instruction of either an RN or physician. LPN's can administer medicine, check vital signs and give injections. Most licensed practical nurses work in different healthcare buildings, including hospitals, doctors' offices, and nursing homes. Their job generally involves providing routine care, observing patients' health, assisting doctors and registered nurses, and communicating with patients and their families. Education needed for this position is achieved through obtaining your Practical Nursing diploma. Different responsibilities include “planning and managing patient care according to each patient's needs, interviewing patients and recording their medical history, obtaining patient vital signs and escorting patients to their rooms, and administering injections of medications” (Writers, 2020), alongside other important functions. Working conditions for registered nurses involve them finding employment at health care facilities that range from hospitals to nursing homes. Years of experience required for this position can take be little as 1 year. Many programs to prepare people to be licensed practical 6 Header 10:05 AM Thu Jul 1 53% < n АА A libertyuniv-my.sharepoint.com C 5 + M Sign in to yo... Favorites Mail - Lawre... SOLUTION: B... S 2021063023... Unknown S Deliverable 2... Х Deliverable 2... Microsoft Office Open in the Office app OPEN Word Deliverable 2 (Group 4) Healthcare Industry 8? - Saved v O Search (Option + Q) LC File Home Insert Layout References Review View Help Table Reviewing (ВМ Share P Comments v 11 E . Calibri (Body) B I U or Av :: Ą care facilities that range from hospitals to nursing homes. Years of experience required for this position can take be little as 1 year. Many_programs to prepare people to be licensed practical nurses only take 1 year to complete. Reporting structures find Licensed Practical Nurses at the bottom of the totem pole, meaning that they report to a nurse manager who is the supervisor of their floor and specialty area. Large hospitals have a charge nurse that works on every shift, making leadership decisions and there are nursing directors who report to nursing directors, who in turn report to a single chief nursing officer. The Bible talks about respecting authorities when it says, “Let every person be subject to the governing authorities. For there is no authority except from God, and those that exist have been instituted by God” (ESV). This directs us to obey God first and foremost and then to show respect those in authority above us. 7 Header Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) Requisition #: 354744 Location: Johns Hopkins Community Physicians, Odenton, MD 21113 Category: Nursing Work Shift: Day Shift Work Week: Full Time Weekend Work Required: No Date Posted: April 5, 2021 Johns Hopkins Community Physicians is looking for an LPN work in the Maryland Suburban Region. The Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) in the ambulatory care practice works under the direction of the Provider and in accordance with the Maryland Nurse Practice Act. The LPN functions as an integral part of the interdisciplinary health care team to provide the highest quality of care to the patient. Prepares and assesses patients for provider visit. Ensures exam 10:07 AM Thu Jul 1 52% < m АА A libertyuniv-my.sharepoint.com C G + M Sign in to yo... Favorites Mail - Lawre... SOLUTION: B... S 2021063023... Unknown S Deliverable 2... Х Deliverable 2... Microsoft Office Open in the Office app OPEN Word Deliverable 2 (Group 4) Healthcare Industry 8? - Saved v O Search (Option + Q) LC File Home Insert Layout References Review View Help Table Reviewing BM Share P Comments v 11 Ą E Calibri (Body) B I U or Av Sve 三、 TUIUΙUID αο αΙΙΙι8ιαι ΡαιιΙΙΙΟ ΠΙιαΙοιΡΠαιΥ ΠΟαιιΙΙΙαιιαΙΙιο ΡΙΟVΙαν ΠΙΟ Π18Π€οι quality of care to the patient. Prepares and assesses patients for provider visit. Ensures exam rooms are neat, clean and stocked. Observes, records and reports patient responses to medical care provided during appointment. Prepares, administers and documents medications and vaccinations as ordered by provider and/or standing order policy. Assists provider with office procedures and collection of specimens. Processes prescriptions per provider instruction and policy. Adheres to infection control and hand hygiene guidelines during all patient care activities. Red nizes and adheres to National Patient Goals and JH Safety policies. Reports safety concerns promptly via PSN system. Performs Environment of Care laboratory quality control per policies. Contributes to team and practice site operations by covering co- workers and providers during training, meetings, and lunch and/or as needed. Location: 1106 Annapolis Rd., Odenton, Maryland - Travel and work at Gen Burnie, Columbia, Odenton, Bowie, Annapolis as needed Shift: Non-exempt, - Full-time 40 hours per week Requirements: Diploma in nursing from an accredited school of nursing. Ability to demonstrate knowledge and skills necessary to provide care appropriate to the ages of the patients served in the department. Ability to learn and use a computer- based patient appointment scheduling and registration system. Current Licensed Practical Nurse in the State of Maryland. Current CPR certification. If bilingual, must successfully pass the required JHM approved designated language assessment prior to receiving employment. Successful candidates must complete all required training within 30 days of hire. Two years nursing experience preferred. Experience working in an outpatient or ambulatory care facility preferred. 10:07 AM Thu Jul 1 52% < m АА A libertyuniv-my.sharepoint.com C G + M Sign in to yo... Favorites Mail - Lawre... SOLUTION: B... S 2021063023... Unknown S Deliverable 2... Х Deliverable 2... Microsoft Office Open in the Office app OPEN Word Deliverable 2 (Group 4) Healthcare Industry 8? - Saved v O Search (Option + Q) LC File Home Insert Layout References Review View Help Table Reviewing BM Share P Comments Calibri (Body) V 11 B I U or Av Sy Ą E 8 Header 3. Labor & delivery nurse Labor & Delivery Nurses (L/D Nurses), also called perinatal nurses, provide care and support for women before, during, and after delivery of the baby. They are responsible for making sure that the medical and emotional needs of the patient are adequately met throughout the entire birthing process. Education needed for this position is achieved either through obtaining your ADN, Associate's degree in Nursing, or your BSN, Bachelor's of science in nursing. Relevant certifications include getting your RNC-OB certification. Different skills include reading fetal monitors and ascertaining if there is a problem with the baby's heart rate, identifying and managing life-sustaining_physiological functions in unstable patients, checking the patient's cervix periodically to monitor progression/lack of dilation, and many other functions. Working conditions for registered nurses involve them finding employment at health care facilities that range from hospitals to birthing centers. The years of experience required for registered nurses come from the clinical studies they undertake in their 4-6 years of higher education. Reporting structures in hospitals find Labor and Delivery Nurses reporting to a nurse manager who is the supervisor of their floor and specialty area. Large hospitals have a charge nurse that works on every shift, making leadership decisions and there are nursing directors who report to nursing directors, who in turn report to a single chief nursing officer. These are the people they report to directly, meaning there are other hospitals employees even higher up, like the Chief Nursing Officer and the Director of Nursing Services. It has been determined that “each successively lower level in the organizational hierarchy is charged with identifying work objectives that will support attainment of organizational goals (Gerhart et al. p.396, 2020). In a hospital this manifests itself through labor and delivery nurses reporting to the nurse manager on shift alongside those even higher up in the organization. 10:07 AM Thu Jul 1 52% < m АА A libertyuniv-my.sharepoint.com C G + M Sign in to yo... Favorites Mail - Lawre... SOLUTION: B... S 2021063023... Unknown S Deliverable 2... Х Deliverable 2... Microsoft Office Open in the Office app OPEN Word Deliverable 2 (Group 4) Healthcare Industry 8? - Saved v O Search (Option + Q) LC File Home Insert Layout References Review View Help Table Reviewing (ВМ Share P Comments Calibri (Body) V11 B I U ev E . 9 Header Registered Nurse - Labor and Delivery Fulltime Dayshift Requisition #: 349324 Location: Johns Hopkins Hospital Nursing, Baltimore, MD 21201 Category: Nursing Work Shift: Day Shift Work Week: Full Time Weekend Work Required: Yes Date Posted: June 16, 2021 JOB SUMMARY: The Registered Nurse (RN) is licensed by the State of Maryland through national examination for the practice of nursing. The RN is educationally prepared for competent practice at the beginning level upon graduation from an approved school of nursing. The RN's experience, education, knowledge and abilities establish a level of competence. The RN uses specialized knowledge, judgment and skills as the basis for assessment, nursing diagnosis, planning, Implementation and evaluation of the practice of nursing. The RN manages the direct patient care of an identified patient or group of patients. The RN assumes the primary responsibility and accountability for the delivery of all patient care. EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE: 1. BSN is preferred for nurses hired prior to July 1, 2016. 2. All nurses hired after July 1, 2016, must: 3. Hold a BSN, or 4. Complete a BSN program within 4 years of their hire date with steady progress toward degree completion. Steady progress is defined as a minimum of 9 credits per calendar 10:08 AM Thu Jul 1 52% < m АА A libertyuniv-my.sharepoint.com C G + M Sign in to yo... Favorites Mail - Lawre... SOLUTION: B... S 2021063023... Unknown S Deliverable 2... Х Deliverable 2... Microsoft Office Open in the Office app OPEN Word Deliverable 2 (Group 4) Healthcare Industry 8? - Saved v O Search (Option + Q) LC File Home Insert Layout References Review View Help Table Reviewing (ВМ Share P Comments Calibri (Body) V 11 B I U or Av ニ v A E degree completion. Steady progress is defined as a minimum of 9 credits per calendar year from the time they begin course work. RNs who are not yet enrolled in a BSN program, must apply to and be accepted into a BSN program within six months of hire, with course work to begin promptly after acceptance. 5. Minimum of one (1) year of experience preferred. 6. Previous specialty clinical experience preferred for specialty units. 7. LICENSES & CERTIFICATIONS: 8. Current Maryland license as RN or licensure in a compact state that allows practice in Maryland. CPR required. 9. Must be able to pass all hospital competencies required for the position including but not limited to the following: 10. ACLS required for the following departments: Labor and Delivery (all current Labor and Delivery nurses are to be certified by 2022), ICU, ED, PACU, IMC (SCU), Short Stay (Observation Unit), Cardiac Catheterization (Interventional Cardiovascular lab), Endoscopy, Cardiac Rehab, Infusion Services Clinic, Pulmonary Function. 11. PALS required for the following departments: Pediatric ER, Pediatrics and PACU. 12. NRP required for the following departments: NICU and Labor and livery. 13. EFM required for the following departments: Nursery, Maternal Child Unit and Labor and Delivery 14. New graduates and inexperienced transfers will have up to 18 months to obtain the appropriate certification. Experienced new hires must obtain the appropriate certification within the first year of employment. 15. National certification in applicable specialty preferred. 10 Header JOB SUMMARY: The Registered Nurse (RN) is licensed by the State of Maryland through national examination 10:08 AM Thu Jul 1 52% < m АА A libertyuniv-my.sharepoint.com C G + M Sign in to yo... Favorites Mail - Lawre... SOLUTION: B... S 2021063023... Unknown S Deliverable 2... Х Deliverable 2... Microsoft Office Open in the Office app OPEN Word Deliverable 2 (Group 4) Healthcare Industry 8? - Saved v O Search (Option + Q) LC File Home Insert Layout References Review View Help Table Reviewing (ВМ Share P Comments Calibri (Body) V 11 B I U pv = Ą E ja Header JOB SUMMARY: The Registered Nurse (RN) is licensed by the State of Maryland through national examination for the practice of nursing. The RN is educationally prepared for competent practice at the beginning level upon graduation from an approved school of nursing. The RN’s experience, education, knowledge and abilities establish a level of competence. The RN uses specialized knowledge, judgment and skills as the basis for assessment, nursing diagnosis, planning, Implementation and evaluation of the practice of nursing. The RN manages the direct patient care of an identified patient or group of patients. The RN assumes the primary responsibility and accountability for the delivery of all patient care. EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE: 1. BSN is preferred for nurses hired prior to July 1, 2016. 2. All nurses hired after July 1, 2016 must: Hold a BSN, or Complete a BSN program within 4 years of their hire date with steady progress toward degree completion. Steady progress is defined as a minimum of 9 credits per calendar year from the time they begin course work. RNs who are not yet enrolled in a BSN program, must apply to and be accepted into a BSN program within six months of hire, with course work to begin promptly after acceptance. 1. Minimum of one (1) year of experience preferred. 2. Previous specialty clinical experience preferred for specialty units. LICENSES & CERTIFICATIONS: 1. Current Maryland license as RN or licensure in a compact state that allows practice in Maryland. CPR required. 10:08 AM Thu Jul 1 52% < m АА A libertyuniv-my.sharepoint.com C G + M Sign in to yo... Favorites Mail - Lawre... SOLUTION: B... S 2021063023... Unknown S Deliverable 2... Х Deliverable 2... Microsoft Office Open in the Office app OPEN Word Deliverable 2 (Group 4) Healthcare Industry 8? - Saved v O Search (Option + Q) LC File Home Insert Layout References Review View Help Table Reviewing (ВМ Share P Comments Calibri (Body) V 11 Β Ι U or V Ą E гитипи: . Чипсы. 2. Must be able to pass all hospital competencies required for the position including but not limited to the following: ACLS required for the following departments: Labor and Delivery (all current Labor and Delivery nurses are to be certified by 2022), ICU, ED, PACU, IMC (SCU), Short Stay (Observation Unit), Cardiac Catheterization (Interventional Cardiovascular lab), Endoscopy, Cardiac Rehab, Infusion Services Clinic, Pulmonary Function. PALS required for the following departments: Pediatric ER, Pediatrics and PACU. NRP required for the following departments: NICU and Labor and Delivery. EFM required for the following departments: Nursery, Maternal Child Unit and Labor and Delivery. 1. New graduates and inexperienced transfers will have up to 18 months to obtain the appropriate certification. Experienced new hires must obtain the appropriate certification within the first year of employment. 2. National certification in applicable specialty preferred. 11 4. Oncology nurse Oncology nurses provide care for cancer patients and individuals who find themselves at risk of several types of cancer. Different duties include monitoring physical conditions, prescribing medication, and administering chemotherapy alongside other treatments. Education needed for this position is achieved either through obtaining your ADN, Associate's degree in Nursing, or your BSN, bachelors of science in nursing. Relevant certifications for this position include acquiring.your OCN, Oncology Certified nurse, certification. Skills of the job include assessing patient health, developing care plans for patients, administering the recommended treatments, alongside educating patients and their families while providing necessary support. Header 10:08 AM Thu Jul 1 52% < m AA A libertyuniv-my.sharepoint.com c 5 + M Sign in to yo... Favorites Mail - Lawre... SOLUTION: B... S 2021063023... Unknown S Deliverable 2... Х Deliverable 2... Microsoft Office Open in the Office app OPEN Word Deliverable 2 (Group 4) Healthcare Industry 8? - Saved v O Search (Option + Q) LC File Home Insert Layout References Review View Help Table Reviewing (ВМ Share P Comments Calibri (Body) V11 Β Ι Ο pv : E necessary support. Working conditions for registered nurses involve them finding employment at health care facilities, specifically hospitals and home hospice situations. It takes two years to earn an ADN and four years to earn a BSN. Becoming an OCN requires at least two years of experience as an RN, though entry-level oncology nurse jobs do not necessarily require certification (Galan, 2021). The organizational structure for nurses in a hospital involves them reporting to a nurse manager who is the supervisor of their floor and specialty area. Large hospitals have a charge nurse that works on every shift, making leadership decisions and there are nursing directors who report to nursing directors, who in turn report to a single chief nursing officer. Registered Nurse - Radiation Oncology Requisition #: 301147 Location: Johns Hopkins Hospital Nursing, Baltimore, MD 21201 Category: Nursing Work Shift: Day Shift Work Week: Full Time Weekend Work Required: No Date Posted: Dec. 14, 2020 The Johns Hopkins Hospital Radiation Oncology provides clinical management of adult and pediatric patients undergoing radiation treatment for various types of cancers including but not limiting to: side effect management, education, crisis intervention, sedation, IV access, central line management, and navigation of healthcare system. Shifts: 10 Hour Day Shift- will be expected to work at JHH site in addition to other radiation sites including Greenspring, Bayview, Sibley and Suburban Hospital 10:08 AM Thu Jul 1 52% < m AA A libertyuniv-my.sharepoint.com c 5 + M Sign in to yo... Favorites Mail - Lawre... SOLUTION: B... S 2021063023... Unknown S Deliverable 2... Х Deliverable 2... Microsoft Office Open in the Office app OPEN Word Deliverable 2 (Group 4) Healthcare Industry 8? - Saved v O Search (Option + Q) LC File Home Insert Layout References Review View Help Table Reviewing (ВМ Share P Comments Calibri (Body) V 11 B I U or Av Ą E sites including Greenspring, Bayview, Sibley and Suburban Hospital . Qualifications: BSN/MSN preferred. Must be from an accredited nursing program. Applicants with an Associate's degree in nursing from an accredited nursing program may be considered; provided they are enrolled in an accredited BSN/MSN program within 1 year of hire and complete the degree within 5 years of hire. Active Maryland or Compact RN license is required BLS CPR certification required: AHA, Red Cross, or Military Training Network accepted RN work experience required Ability to role model and support practices consistent with evidenced based care, guide others with plan of care, independently make clinical decisions in complex situations, and proactively assist others with patient assignment. 12 Header Section 3 Compensation Structure: Hay Plan Method and Determination of Pay Levels BM Bevin, Maddie ... BM . For Zwannah to Complete @mention or reply
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Job Descriptions
John Hopkins Hospital, a primary provider in the healthcare industry, functions as a
teaching hospital and a research facility. Considering that the health and safety of their patients is
their number one priority, it is imperative to have a detailed description of the four positions to
find the right talent for these four positions and the right compensation package.
Registered Nurse
Most people refer to registered nurses (RNs) as nurses. However, registered nurses are
not just ordinary nurses; they are charged with several roles in inpatient care. Most registered
nurses are charged with recording a patient's medical history, administering medication,
developing a patient care plan, monitoring symptoms, running diagnostic tests, and working
together with physicians to enhance patient care (Salary.com, n.d.). According to the U.S Bureau
of Labor and Statistics, some registered nurses are responsible for overseeing licensed practical
nurses, LPNs, and certified nursing assistants (U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, 2021). To qualify
as a nurse, an individual needs either an associate degree in nursing (ADN) or a bachelor's of
Science in Nursing.
Oncology Nurse
These are registered nurses who specialize in caring for cancer patients. In their efforts to
provide specialized care for cancer patients, they run diagnostic tests, record patient history,
create patient care strategies and administer medications, for instance, chemotherapy (Gaguski et
al., 2017). In addition to offering specialized care for cancer patients, oncology nurses also teach
patients and families about various cancer conditions and the best treatment options. An
individual requires a bachelor's degree in nursing and a valid state RN license to qualify as an

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oncology nurse. In some scenarios, the oncology nurse may have to possess an oncology nursing
certification to administer treatments such as chemotherapy (Gaguski et al., 2017).
Labor and Delivery Nurse
Labor nurses are registered nurses primarily tasked with assisting physicians in providing
comprehensive care to mothers and newborns. (O*NET OnLine, n.d.) They help mothers and
infants through antepartum, intrapartum, and postpartum. Like all other registered nurses, they
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