Case Manager (RN) - Geriatrics, 1.0 FTE, Full-time Days

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Day - 08 Hour (United States of America)

Aging Adult Services offers transitional care management services to older adults discharging from the hospital back into the community. The RN Case Manager is an integral part of the interdisciplinary team which includes: RN Case Managers, Medical Director, Social Workers, Gerontologist, and Occupational therapist. The Case Manager is a licensed nursing professional responsible for coordinating care across the continuum and developing safe care transitions.

Major responsibilities include coordination with the inpatient care team, completion of a transitions of care assessment, development of a comprehensive care plan, maintaining collaborative working relationships with community partners, effective communication with health plan Case Managers, collaborative working relationships with primary care, and ensuring optimum use of resources and service delivery. In their role, Case Managers influence and direct the delivery and quality of patient care by applying guidelines and collaborating with multidisciplinary teams, .

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Minimum requirements:
2 years of Case Management experience

Strongly preferred:
Geriatric experience
Case Management certification
Master's degree in nursing or related health field

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