In this role, you will provide case management to members who are identified (specifically members being discharged from hospital admissions) in accordance with companies Medical Management policies and procedures.
In this role, you will manage complex cases and serve as a strong and knowledgeable liaison between acute care and critical care teams, coordinating the efforts of social workers, feeding specialists, PTs, OTs, cardiologists, intensivists and neonatologists all in support of patients and their families.
The RN Case Management utilizes their skills to collaborative assess, plan, facilitate care coordination, and advocate for options and services to meet an individuals and familys comprehensive health needs through communication and available resources to promote quality, cost-effective outcomes.
This individual is responsible for the medical case management of work related injuries which includes assessment, planning, coordination, implementation and evaluation of. injured/disabled individuals.
Develop and implement individualized plan of care. Educates patients and their families about the disease, modes of transmission, universal precautions, and medication adherence. Provide counseling as needed.
Communication with claimants, medical professionals, claims staff and others to obtain information necessary to make sound medical decisions. In addition, responds to various written, telephone and/or in-person inquiries regarding status of case.
The RN Case Manager promotes the optimal health and well being of patients, their families and caregivers within their homes and communities using a holistic approach that empowers patients/families/caregivers to achieve their highest levels of physical, functional, spiritual, and psychological health.
Manage in a case management system (EMR) using ongoing interaction with patients, physicians, and other health providers to meet designated clinical, operational, and financial outcomes for aggregate patient populations.
As the Intensive Supervision Case Manager, you will use your background in criminal justice and case management to develop, implement, and coordinate case management and individual service plans for ISAP Program Participants in conformance with state and federal regulations as well as program requirements.
This position is responsible for working with foster and biological families in their home communities by offering comprehensive case management services. The goal of the position is to implement services for the long-term, leading to positive outcomes for the youth and families served.