patient and clinicians

Contingent workers are required to complete orientation and pre-requisite testing before their work assignment can begin. Orientation materials and required forms​ can be found under each work location noted below (clinical or business facility).

Contracted temporary labor (as defined below) is coordinated through Mary Hansen, corporate HR, at: mary.hansen@imail.org 

Clinical Worker Types

  • Contracted Temporary Labor (licensed or healthcare certified)
    (i.e. , agency/traveling nurse; contracted clinician; clinical consultant)
  • Non-contracted Labor. Clinical Employee of an Affiliated Physician/Dentist (not an APC)
    (i.e., dental assistant; medical assistant; private scrub)

Resources for Intermountain Department Managers:

   - Temporary agency staffing Team Space 

Forms specific to contracted labor:

Forms specific to non-contracted labor:

Forms / information relevant to all worker types:

   - Spreadsheet template, compliance tracking
   - Detail of immunization requirements
 

Working in a Clinical Facility

Items 1, 3, 4 and 5 (below) must be completed and returned to the appropriate department representative.

 

1) Worker Verification

  • Initial verification for contracted labor. Employers are required to complete an initial worker verification form for each worker providing services.  These forms confirm completion of worker pre-requisites noted in the service agreement between Intermountain and the employer.
  • Initial verification for non-contracted labor.  Affiliated physicians/dentists and/or employers of non-contracted workers must complete an initial warranty and attestation form for each worker providing services. 
  • Annual verification for all clinical worker typesAn annual verification form must be completed by the worker if services exceed more than twelve consecutive months.  

2) Uniforms

Clinical workers must adhere to Intermountain's uniform color standardization.

3) Orientation

  • General orientation.  This information is relevant to all hospital and clinical service areas.
  • Facility information.  This information is specific to each hospital or service area.
  • Department orientation checklist.  This checklist identifies general department logistics and operations.  The department manager (or designee) may provide the worker with additional information specific to the assigned area.

4) Worker Forms Packet

  • Each worker must complete a contingent worker forms packet.  The forms packet includes an access & confidentiality agreement, a confidentiality guideline, and orientation checklist.  The checklist coincides with the general orientation material noted in section 3.
  • If the work assignment exceeds more than twelve consecutive months, the worker must complete the forms packet again, and any annual obligations required by their assigned Intermountain department.

5) Clinical Skills

Working in a Business Facility

Items 1 through 3 (below) must be completed and returned to the appropriate department representative.

 

1) Worker Verification

  • Initial verification.  An initial worker verification form must be completed by the employer for each worker providing services.  This form confirms completion of pre-requisite requirements noted in the service agreement between Intermountain and the employer.  
  • Annual verification.  An annual verification form must be completed by the worker if services exceed more than twelve consecutive months.

2) Orientation

  • General orientation.  This information provides universal information relevant to all business environments.
  • Department orientation checklist.  This checklist identifies general department logistics and operations for the worker.  It also assists the department manager with worker needs.

3) Worker Forms Packet

  • Each worker must complete a contingent worker forms packet.  Forms packets include an access & confidentiality agreement, a confidentiality guideline, and orientation checklist.  The checklist coincides with the general orientation material noted in section 2.
  • The worker must complete an addition forms packet if services exceed more than twelve consecutive months.
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