Monday, January 20, 2020

Delta County Job Opportunity

Delta County is accepting applications for the position of Environmental Health Specialist I. Position will enforce Federal, State, and County environmental health rules and regulations.

Four-year degree from an accredited college in physical or biological science. - Three years of experience dealing with the public and administrative duties.

Monday, January 13, 2020

Request for Applications: Community Leaders in Health Equity Regional Grantess

The Colorado Trust is excited to invite applications for regional grantees in its Community Leaders in Health Equity program. Community Leaders in Health Equity is an 18-month intensive, coordinated health equity curriculum implemented in partnership with seven regional grantee organizations, each supporting 12-14 participants. Organizations would be applying to become one of the regional grantees that support 12-14 local leaders from their respective regions.

Thursday, December 12, 2019

Denver Indian Health and Family Services - Diabetes Program Manager

Non-Profit serving the American Indian Alaska Native community is searching for a Diabetes Program Manager. The position supervises the Diabetes team by planning, implementation, and evaluation of the DSME program. Maintains AADE accreditation. Educates, treats, monitors, counsels, case manages, and coordinates care and resources for the American Indian/Alaska Native (AI/AN) patients with diabetes.

Experience: 3 years working in an ambulatory or urgent care setting. Experience working with American Indians or a culturally diverse group. Prefer candidate to be experienced with eClinicalWorks. Must have EMR experience.

Monday, December 9, 2019

CDPHE Cancer Unit Supervisor

The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment is hiring a Cancer Unit Supervisor. This full time, salaried position directs and manages public health grants which include statewide activities for cancer prevention and control. This position directly supervises five professional level positions. This position also develops strategic plans, designs interventions, develops and manages budgets, develops and oversees contracts, and directs program evaluation. The position develops strategic partnerships with state and national entities to promote effective strategies for the prevention and management of cancer and related risk factors.

Tuesday, December 3, 2019

New Clinical and Performance Quality Measures for High Blood Pressure

The American Heart Association (AHA) and the American College of Cardiology (ACC) have jointly published new clinical and performance quality measures for adults with high blood pressure (HBP). These measures are not intended to serve as accountability measures, but to serve as a roadmap to care that moves beyond focusing only on BP control targets toward inclusion of broader care delivery systems and approaches.
Included are measures related to nonpharmacological interventions for high blood pressure, use of home blood pressure management, patient engagement in shared decision making, and infrastructure to address social determinants of health, among others.

Wednesday, November 20, 2019

Part-Time High Risk Counselor - Delta County

Delta County Health & Human Services has an opening for a part-time (8 hours per week) High Risk Counselor for the Women, Infant & Children’s (WIC) Program. Position will be responsible for providing professional public health nutrition services for clients.

Qualified applicants must have a Bachelor’s Degree in Foods, Human Nutrition, or Nursing, with experience in a public health or clinic setting.

Interested persons may submit a County Application to Delta County Human Resources on or before Friday, December 6, 2019 at 5:00 PM. An application and position description may be obtained on this website (see links on this page). A resume may be attached to the completed County application.

Salary$21.93-$26.32 per hour

Tuesday, November 19, 2019

November is Caregiving Month

Caregiving is a public health priority. Caregivers provide care to people who need ongoing assistance with everyday tasks on a regular basis. The recipients of care can live either in residential or institutional settings, range from children to older adults, and have chronic illnesses or disabling conditions.

Informal or unpaid caregivers (family members or friends) are the backbone of long-term care provided in people’s homes. While some aspects of caregiving may be rewarding, caregivers can also be at increased risk for negative health consequences. These may include stress, depression, difficulty maintaining a healthy lifestyle, and staying up to date on recommended clinical preventive services.