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Manager of Case Management
Job Summary: Utilizes professional nursing skills to assess patient and family scenarios for clinical appropriateness for the setting and establishes plans for effective management of the continuum of care. Assessment, planning, intervention and reassessment are performed in a collaborative environment.
Minimum Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree from an accredited nursing school or other professional degree. Three (3) years case management experience.
Knowledge, Skills & Abilities: Management experience preferred. Experience with care coordination, discharge planning, clinical documentation and utilization review. Computer proficiency and experience. Knowledge of InterQual criteria and patient status change. Strong communication and leadership skills. Ability to establish priorities, meet deadlines, develop and manage the department's productivity standard in the management of the work assignment. Ability to form positive, collaborative relationships with members of the executive team, hospital staff, post-acute providers and payers. Ability to effectively negotiate with internal and external service providers. Knowledge of information systems to support the evaluation of current capacity as well as future needs. Ability to interpret established policies into operating procedures and to execute case management programs. Ability to coordinate effectively various functions and activities for maximum cooperation and efficiency. Ability to direct, instruct and advise staff in the approved methods, procedures and practices employed in effective health care administration. Ability to receive and effectively react to day-to-day problems presented by staff as well as others.
Working Conditions: Work is generally performed within an office environment, with standard office equipment available. May experience traumatic situations including psychiatric, dismembered and deceased patients.
Physical Requirements: Constantly walk, see/visual acuity, handle/grasp/feel, talk/hear. Frequently stand. Occasionally lift/carry 1 to 50+ lbs.