The nurse manager in a collaborative relationship with the vice president of patient care services is responsible for the planning of clinical services to assure efficient and appropriate delivery of care to the units specific patient population.
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.
In collaboration with department directors, the manager nursing unit plans, organizes, directs, and coordinates nursing service in designated patient care areas in accordance with applicable state and federal guidelines.
In this role, the selected candidate will be responsible for participating and facilitating staff participation in nursing and organizational policy formulation and decision making; evaluating the quality and appropriateness of patient care.
Combining extremely talented people with the best technologies in a genuinely positive environment, we provide compassionate and comprehensive care to patients of all ages; we conduct research that advances treatment.
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.
Identify health related needs, monitor medical status and work with staff, physicians and allied health professionals to formulate, coordinate and implement medical treatment plans for all individuals served.
The field case manager is responsible for assessing and analyzing an injured employee to evaluate the medical and vocational needs required to facilitate the patients appropriate and timely return to work.
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.
In this role, the selected candidate will
perform a comprehensive client assessment at admission and on an ongoing basis, initiating referrals for additional services as needed to obtain the highest quality outcomes for client.
To manage the delivery of safe and effective care of the Oncology Service, and to ensure that age-appropriate and developmentally appropriate care is provided to all patients in the population served, per applicable standard.
In this role, you will includes dedicated orthopedics spaces, including: two inpatient operating rooms with related pre-operative and recovery space and 19 inpatient beds scheduled to open in the new stamford health hospital tower by year-end 2017, with the opportunity for expansion.