Has anyone on here held this position or worked with one? I have the experience required for this position, well, barely (been an RN for 2 years), and was just curious what it entailed. I know it's a non-bedside position that deals with helping to coordinate discharges between both the RN and the patient. I have never worked with a discharge advocate as I have always worked nights, and the ICU rarely discharges to home.
Any info would be helpful! Thanks!