The Hospice RN Case Manager is a skilled professional member of the Interdisciplinary Team, responsible for implementing the nursing component of the plan of care and coordination of other clinical and support services. The position also provides direction and supervision to hospice aides and serves as the primary liaison with patients physicians and ancillary health providers.
As a Telephonic Complex Case Manager Nurse, you will be responsible for clinical operations and medical management activities across the continuum of care from assessing and planning to implementing, coordinating, monitoring and evaluating.
In this role, you will work with clients to develop a clearly written individualized family action plan of services and objectives for each household incorporating relevant information that focuses on rapidly securing and maintaining housing.
In this role, the selected candidate will provide parent education with parents/ legal guardians enrolled in Parent Education services (the level of intensity/ number of direct service hours per family is dependent upon the service in which one is employed as described in agency articulations, or contract for services).
The Case Manager utilizes a collaborative process of assessment, planning, facilitation and advocacy for options and services to meet an individuals benefit design and/or acute health needs through communication and available resources to promote optimal, cost-effective outcomes.
The Case Manager utilizes a collaborative process of assessment, planning, facilitation and advocacy for options and services to meet an individuals benefit design and/or acute and chronic health needs through communication and available resources to promote optimal, cost-effective outcomes. Requires an RN with unrestricted active license.
In this role, you will works closely with the Program Director and the Clinician to provide case management services including communication with external agencies, transportation related to treatment and educational needs, and coordination of treatment team meetings.
In this role, you will provide direct and collateral support to individuals who are addicted to opiates or in recovery from this addiction to facilitate consumer access/participation in all community supports needed to begin or sustain recovery.