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.
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.
Acts as liaison between the hospital and the infusion pharmacy clinical and support staff by collaborating with the hospitals medical and case management staff to ensure a smooth transition for all patients and their caregivers from hospital to home.
The phn performs the personal health management process, that is assesses the participant, works with the participant, family and physician to identify problems, establish goals and develop plans of care, coordinates services, educates participants, empowers participants to independently self-manage and to make knowledgeable health care decisions.
The PHN performs the Personal Health Management process, that is assesses the participant, works with the participant, family and physician to identify problems, establish goals and develop plans of care, coordinates services, educates participants, empowers participants to independently self-manage and to make knowledgeable health care decisions.
This position functions autonomously and in collaboration with all members of the healthcare team to coordinate and facilitate quality, cost-effective care while minimizing fragmentation of the healthcare delivery system for ESRD and CKD patients.
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.
In this role, you will evaluate and perform ongoing assessment and revise initial written plan of care with Interdisciplinary collaboration weekly or as the needs and conditions of the patient/family change.
In this role, you will collaborative process of assessment, planning, facilitation and advocacy for options and services to meet an individuals benefit plan and /or health needs through communication and available resources to promote optimal, cost-effective outcomes.
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.
In this role, you will develop systems of care that monitor member progress and promote early intervention in acute care situations. Works effectively with other members of the health care team to optimize interventions.
The Inpatient Case Manager will be responsible for evaluating the need for and pre-authorizing requests for inpatient, outpatient, specialty care, home care, DME, and transportation services, from network and out-of-network providers, in accordance with departmental criteria and guidelines.
In this role, you will assess the healthcare, educational and psychosocial needs of the member/family. Designs an individualized plan of care with the member and fosters a team approach by working collaboratively with the member, family, primary care provider, and other members of the health care team to ensure coordination of services.