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The Manager, Case Management provides supervision and administrative oversight to the Case Management Team, and functions as an expert clinical practitioner and skilled manager of clinical systems that impact patient care for a minimum of 50% of his/her time. The Manager, Case Management provides daily management of personnel issues such as performance management and staffing. Under the direction of the Director, serves as an advisor, resource, preceptor and leader for other members of the Case Management Team. The Manager:
- Coordinates interdisciplinary care for a select caseload of patients from pre-admission through post discharge and taking into consideration
the age and development needs of the patient.
- Is responsible for the interdisciplinary coordination of patient care as established by critical paths, managed care contracts, and
individualized interdisciplinary plans of care.
- Mobilizes resources and manages the system(s) in order to respond to concurrent and retrospective variances according to the critical path or
interdisciplinary individualized plan of care.
- Maintains knowledge of and responds to clinical system, and fiscal data related to specific patient populations. - Identifies indicators, collects and evaluates data related to case managed population
-Leads the development, evaluation, and revision of critical paths, analyzing and utilizing aggregate variances and trends to improve clinical, quality, and fiscal outcomes.
- Acts as a preceptor for other case managers in onboarding process.
-Assists in the development of contuning education materials for case managers
Master's degree from an accredited school of Nursing; for a Physician Assistant, a Master's degree in Physician Assistant Studies, Health Science, or Medical Science required OR Bachelors degree from an accredited school of Nursing; or for a Physician Assistant, a Bachelors Degree in Allied Health required with 4 years experience as a LEAD Case Managerrequired
: If RN: Current registered nurse licensure in the State of Maryland . : If PA: Registered/certified by the Maryland Board of Quality Assurance. Board certified (or
certification-eligible for new graduates) by the National Commission on Certification of
Physician Assistants. Current CPR certification required.
* Five years full-time nursing or physicians assistant experience, including minimum two years experience in specialty area
* Additional case management/ disease management or managed care experiencepreferred.
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