For over 50 years, Doctors Hospital of Manteca has provided superb clinical care to patients in the Central Valley of California.
This care is deeply rooted in our belief that our patients expect and deserve to be treated in the same manner we would want for our own families and loved ones.
We provide a broad range of services in collaboration with an exceptional Medical Staff, many of whom are Board Certified in their specific specialty.
We strive to deliver these services with the highest level of clinical quality, with a sincere and humble appreciation for the critical role we play in the lives of our patients and our community. Thank you for choosing us.
We offer competitive salaries and benefits including a matching 401(k), several health & dental plans to choose from, generous tuition assistance plans, and relocation assistance for select positions.
The RN Case Manager is responsible to facilitate care along a continuum through effective resource coordination to help patients achieve optimal health, access to care and appropriate utilization of resources, balanced with the patientâ��s resources and right to self-determination.
The individual in this position has overall responsibility for ensuring that care is provided at the appropriate level of care based on medical necessity and to assess the patient for transition needs to promote timely throughput, safe discharge and prevent avoidable readmissions.
This position integrates national standards for case management scope of services including:
Utilization Management supporting medical necessity and denial prevention
Transition Management promoting appropriate length of stay, readmission prevention and patient satisfaction
Care Coordination by demonstrating throughput efficiency while assuring care is the right sequence and at appropriate level of care
Compliance with state and federal regulatory requirements, TJC accreditation standards and Tenet policy
Education provided to physicians, patients, families and caregivers
The individualâ��s responsibilities include the following activities:
Accurate medical necessity screening and submission for Physician Advisor review,
Transition planning assessment and reassessment,
Implementation or oversight of implementation of the transition plan,
Leading and facilitating multi-disciplinary patient care conferences,
Managing concurrent disputes,
Making appropriate referrals to other departments, h ) identifying and referring complex patients to Social Work Services,
Communicating with patients and families about the plan of care,
Collaborating with physicians, office staff and ancillary departments,
Leading and facilitating Complex Case Review,
Assuring patient education is completed to support post-acute needs ,
Timely complete and concise documentation in Case Management system, n ) maintenance of accurate patient demographic and insurance information,
Identification and documentation of potentially avoidable days,
Identification and reporting over and underutilization,
And other duties as assigned
Required: Graduate of an accredited school of nursing. Academic degree in nursing (bachelor's or master's).
Preferred: Academic degree in nursing (bachelor's or master's).
Required: 2 years of acute hospital patient care experience. Preferred: Acute hospital case management experience.
Required: RN. Must be currently licensed, certified or registered to practice profession as required by law or regulation in state or practice or policy. Active RN license for state(s) covered. Preferred: Accredited Case Manager (ACM)
Lift/position up to 25 lbs. Push/pull up to 25 lbs. of force.
Frequent sitting. Moderate standing, walking, reaching, stooping, or bending.
Manual dexterity, mobility, touch, auditory to perform all the related duties of the position.
Primary Location: Manteca, California
Facility: Doctors Hospital of Manteca
Job Type: Full-time
Shift Type: Days
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