The Case Manager facilitates clinically appropriate and fiscally responsible patient care through communication with the treating physician and all other members of the healthcare team, while working in close cooperation with hospital management. The Case Manager assesses and identifies the patient's physical and psychosocial needs and determines, in conjunction with established protocols and input from the treating physician, the health care services and venue of care appropriate for the patient. The Case Manager manages the patient's treatment prospectively through the admission process, concurrently through on-going case management while the patient is an inpatient in one or more venues of care and retrospectively through review of individual cases and identification of trends and patterns.
1 Education: Associate's Degree or higher in Nursing, and/or degree in healthcare.
2 Experience: Two years' experience in general nursing or community health nursing; some prior case management experience preferred. Basic knowledge about health care systems; social services and community agencies
3 Licensing Requirements: Current Nevada RN or LPN license or ability to obtain prior to start date preferred. Degree in health care and experience in case management required without a License.
American Heart Association Certification in BLS within 60-days of hire.
- Health (Medical, Dental, Vision) and 401K Benefits for full-time employees Competitive Paid Time Off / Extended Illness Bank package for full-time employee
- Employee Assistance Program - mental, physical, and financial wellness assistance
- Tuition Reimbursement/Assistance for qualified applicants
- Employee recognition programs
Bonus and Relocation available