This RN Case Manager position is located in the Nursing Service at the White River Junction, VT location. This position is full-time at 40 hours per week. Work Schedule: Monday-Friday Days Compressed/Flexible Work Schedule: May be authorized for highly qualified candidates Telework/Virtual/Remote Work: Not Authorized Relocation or Travel Incentives: Not Authorized Recruitment Incentives: Not Authorized Permanent Change of Station(PCS): Not Authorized Financial Disclosure Report: Not required. *Transcripts (official / unofficial) MUST be submitted by each applicant to meet basic qualifications of this position. The nurse case manager (RNCM) utilizes an interdisciplinary approach to coordinate care required by patients with chronic, catastrophic, or complex high-risk or high-cost health issues. The RNCM develops and coordinates the seamless transitioning of patients throughout the inpatient and outpatient care process with a focus on discharge planning needs. The RNCM possesses knowledge of current nurse case management standards of care, clinical documentation requirements, and compliance guidelines. The RNCM is accountable for utilizing critical thinking skills and sound judgment to ensure positive outcomes and demonstrates knowledge and ability to apply principles of evidence-based practice. The RNCM will provide support at the unit, service, and organizational levels. A key aspect of the role will be discharge planning assessment and implementation of home health services, supplies, and activities required for successful transitioning of the patient to the appropriate non-acute care setting. The RNCM will serve as a representative on medical center and service committees.
Internal Number: 598615800
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