• Case Manager (RN)

    Job Locations US-WI-Milwaukee
    ID
    2018-13575
    Facility
    Akeso Talent Engagement - Milwaukee, WI
    Type
    Regular Full-Time
  • Overview

     

    Akeso Talent Engagement is looking for a Full Time Case Manager, for their Partners Acute Care Hospital in Milwaukee

    This is a FT Perm opportunity

     

     

    The Case Manager (RN) is responsible for:

    • Directly contributing to the creation of an outcomes-based patient care delivery system that is a planned process involving service coordination, monitoring, and management to achieve quality clinical outcomes, patient/physician/payor satisfaction, and cost effective utilization of resources
    • Maintaining and enhancing payor relationships
    • Assesses, plans, monitors, and coordinates plan of care from pre-admission to community re-entry through the implementation of case management standards and process

    • Assesses the individual’s personal and medical history, current status, diagnosis, prognosis, and the proposed treatment plan
    • Proactively communicates with payor source to explore coverage solutions (flex benefits, out of contract, etc.)
    • Utilizes rehabilitation/LTCH/SNF criteria to promote optimal outcomes for the patient within the boundaries of the diagnosis

    • Coordinates and facilitates treatment team meetings, plan of treatment and IRF- Patient Assessment Instrument/ MDS, as appropriate
    • Proactively collaborates with the health care team, payors, community agencies, providers and legal representatives to ensure continuity throughout the continuum

    • Serves as a liaison with the treatment team and the Primary Care Physician, referring physician, medical director, patient/caregiver(s), and other parties as appropriate

     

    Qualifications

     

    The Case Manager (RN) must:

    • Hold current License as a Registered Nurse as required by the state in which the facility resides
    • Have 2-3 years of related experience to assess clinical and psychological needs and interface with provisional staff, both external and internal, preferably in a post-acute setting

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