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Care Manager

Company:
Pozent
Location:
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
Salary:
30$/hr
Posted:
November 15, 2018

Description:

3 to 5 years case management

Bachelor's Degree

Registered Nurse

Job Summary

The primary purpose of the job is to: The Care Manager (RN/SW) assists members appropriate for care coordination and case management services in achieving their optimal level of health. The Care Manager (RN/SW) is responsible for engaging the member and providers to assess, plan and establish individual member goals. Will facilitate and coordinate care for the members while assuring quality and use of cost-effective resources. The position will function as a single point of contact and be an advocate for members in the care coordination program. Assess members to determine care coordination and case management needs for all referred members. Completes comprehensive assessment of environmental, Psycho-social and support needs. Identifies problems/barriers for care coordination and appropriate care management interventions. Creates a plan of care to assist members in reducing/resolving problems and or barriers so that members may achieve their optimal level of health. Identifies both short and long term goals and associated time frames for completion. Shares goals with the member and family as appropriate. Identifies and implements the appropriate level of intervention based upon the member's needs and clinical progress. Schedules follow up calls as necessary, makes appropriate referrals. Implements actions to address member issues. Documents progress towards meeting goals and resolving problems. Coordinates care and services with the Account manager, Complex RN Case Manager, and member, family members as appropriate, PCP, Specialist, and Facility/Vendor Providers.

• A bachelors (or higher) degree in a health related field and licensure as a health professional (where such licensures available); or

• Certification as a case manager

Physical Effort- Working Conditions

Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of the job