Utilize knowledge of mental health system and engagement skills to link members being discharged from inpatient facilities to ongoing outpatient care. Adhere to clinical standards of care through collaboration with providers in order to ensure appropriate outcomes.
Responsible for the assessment, implementation and evaluation of patient care services; communicates with patients to assess and meet their needs and facilitate quality cost effective outcomes; recognizes situations in terms of the overall picture and is able to manage situations as a leader. Serves as a mentor/preceptor for new employees and students.
Providing direct services to over 80, New Yorkers a year, primarily families with children. These services address critical needs in low-income communities, including food security; nutrition and obesity; womens reproductive health; early childhood development; HIV prevention and access to care; quality healthcare access; and tobacco control.
The Nurse Case Manager utilizes a collaborative process of assessment, planning, facilitation and advocacy for options and services to meet an individuals benefit plan and/or health care needs through communication and available resources to promote optimal, cost-effective outcomes.
As Manager, Case Management you will manage the daily operations of the department and staff. You will ensure delivery of care, productivity and timeliness. You will ensure staff is informed of changes impacting their work by communicating updates, policy revision, performance outcomes and significant events.
In this role, you will plan, implements, manages and evaluates the provision of services to ensure that all members needs to met and quality care is provided in accordance with Federal, State and Agency guidelines.
In this role, the Transition Case Manager will be responsible for managing the care of high risk patients, community clients or populations that are at risk for poor health outcomes and frequent hospital re-admissions.