In this role, you will be responsible for proactively identify patients with post-discharge needs and collaborate with the patient /family, medical team and Payer to coordinate and facilitate the discharge plan.
In this role, the selected candidate 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.
In this role, you will 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.
The hospice case manager is a primarily field-based opportunity that serves to fulfill the cornerstone functions of the case management department of a premier provider of hospice and palliative care services.
In this position, you will acts as liaison for involved parties in the worker's compensation injury by communicating in person and telephonically with the patient/caregiver, attorneys, employer, claims examiners, telephonic nurse case manager, return to work specialists, vocational rehabilitation supervisor, provider(s), ancillary provider(s) and health care team.
In this role, you will monitor quality of care; assisting with discharge planning, participating in special clinical projects and communicate with departmental and plan administrative staff to facilitate daily operations of the integrated case management functions.
In this role, the selected candidate will
provide direct and indirect nursing care to the residents in his/her assigned area and to supervise the nursing activities on the assigned units; utilize nursing skills in providing care and therapeutic measures which confirm to current standards of nursing practice and or established nursing procedures.
The Case Manager is responsible for providing a full range of case management services that includes initial and ongoing assessment, development of person-centered plans, monitoring and documenting progress, counseling and communicating with guardians, families and funding sources.