In this role, you will Work telephonically with patients identified as high risk, for both behavioral and physical health issues, and their providers to identify needs, set goals and implement action steps towards achieving goals.
The primary responsibility will be SAE Reconciliation for company sponsored Clinical Trials as mandated in the protocol. SAE reconciliation will be performed in collaboration with the Clinical Data Management team.
In this role, the selected candidate must have § electronic Charting to maintain accurate patient records including care plan, progress notes, Oasis Assessment, medications given, vital signs and treatments administered.
The Case Manager works with insurance carriers, medical care providers, attorneys, employers and employees, and closely monitors the progress of the injured worker and reports results back to the employer and insurance carrier.
Responsible for supervising staff involved in case management activities and support for Case Management programs, developing and implementing managed care policies and procedures related to Case Management, and monitor and assist department in achieving goals.
This position is responsible for overall case management through implementation and facilitation of rehabilitation services for assigned individuals and documentation of all related activities. This position is also responsible for providing community support services off site to consumers and documentation of all related activities.
As a RN Case Manager, your ability to manage client care with specific knowledge and experience in bedside care, symptom management, crisis intervention and family intervention are feature assets for this high-profile nursing position.
This position will require active and unrestricted Nursing licensures in multiple US States. Selected candidate must be willing and able to obtain and maintain multiple state licensures. (Application fees and filing costs paid for by UHG)
In this role, you will support people in developing skills to manage mental illness, socialize with others, and decrease reliance on professional supports in order to maintain independence in the community.