Case Manager (FT) - McLeod Seacoast (20183018)

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Case Manager (FT) - McLeod Seacoast
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Case Manager - Case Management at McLeod Seacoast Hospital
Job Description
The case manager is a registered nurse who is responsible for providing case management services to assigned populations. He/she utilizes a collaborative interdisciplinary approach to anticipate, integrate and coordinate the patient's plan of care, discharge plan and re-entry into the community. The goal of his/her intervention is to meet the needs of patients in order to optimize clinical and resource outcomes and to monitor the effectiveness of the plan and its outcomes. The case manager serves as a patient/family advocate and acts as a communication link between the physician, patient, family, health care team, community resources and payers to reduce redundancy and fragmentation of care. He/she anticipates potential delays in the health care process and acts proactively to avoid these delays. The case manager ensures that the necessary services are provided at the most appropriate level of care and that there is a smooth progression of the patient through the health care system.
Skills Required
RN required. Requires strong organizational and interpersonal skills and the ability to think critically, problem solve and to work independently. Excellent written and verbal communication skills are required.
Education Requirements:
Bachelors degree in nursing preferred but not required.
Specialization/Certification Requirements:
South Carolina or other compact state Registered Nurse license required. Case Management Certification preferred.
Experience Required
Prefer candidate to have 3 years of work experience in case management and discharge planning. Team coordination or supervisory experience preferred. This candidate must possess strong organization and communication skills and have the ability to interact with a team.

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