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Remote Monitor, LPN


United States
Brook Health

Job Description

Brook Health is a digital health company. Brook provides people who are living with chronic conditions a highly personalized high-touch support via smartphone apps offering AI tools, data collection through connected devices, and real-time access to health coaches to make smart, daily decisions and build healthy habits to achieve their long-term health goals.

Brook offers an innovative work experience with team members in multiple time zones, headquartered in Seattle, WA. We have a fast-paced, user-centric, high-expectation, constantly-improving-ourselves type of culture. Our goal is to change the approach to chronic condition management and improve health outcomes for users and health care providers. Learn more about who we are here.

This will be a fully remote role with limited in office training expectations.

About the role:
We are looking for a Remote Clinical Licensed Practical Nurse (Must be based in New York due to state license requirements). This position will report to the RN Team Lead. This
role functions as a remote patient monitoring nurse with an individual patient case load. Accountable
for the application of care pathways for remote clinical nursing practice and patient care coordination
for chronic disease diagnoses. There is responsibility to manage the resources with mindfulness
regarding adherence of regulatory and professional standards, including Health Insurance Portability
and Accountability Act (HIPAA) as well as any additional security requirements identified. It is imperative
to foster collaborative relationships within all areas of the interdisciplinary workings of the contracted
clinic/health care provider and Brook as a partnership.

Remote Patient Monitoring responsibilities:
• Work in a tech-first model of healthcare.
• Collection and review of selected data about the health status of the patient, while providing
encouragement to patients, close gaps in care and enter documentation in EMR.
• Responsible for timeliness of review and quality communication and/or escalation of data.
• Communicate in an attentive and individualize manner with each encounter, verify patient’s

understanding of encounter.

  • Works closely with the Brook Health Care Team, including Lead RN, Health Coaches, Clinic
    Success Manager, and individual office staff to assure the efficient operation of quality and
    clinical activities.
    • Ensure accurate and thorough clinical documentation of care coordination and CPT code
    requirements for all patients.
    • Developing a deep understanding of the patients and members we serve advocating and
    reinforcing health care goals.
    • Other job-related duties as required.
    • Obtaining information regarding Quality metrics for individual providers for their patients, such
    as diabetic eye exams, medications changes, specialist follow ups etc.


Knowledge, Skill and Ability:
• LPN with active, unrestricted New York license: understanding of scope of practice.
• Primary Care office experience preferred.
• Knowledge of Gaps in Care including medication reconciliation, barriers to care, determinates to

health preferred.

  • Experience with EMR/EHR and technology required for patient communication and access to
    • Strong organizational and personal skills.
    • Strong technical skills: ability to use EMR, access various databases, manage patient health
    information on multiple platforms.
    • Coordination with patients, primary care providers and specialists.
    • Able to dissemination PCP and specialist information via EMR.
    • Excellent organization skills with the proven ability to work independently.

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Mar 9, 2024


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