Care Management Coordinator PRN Day Shift

Trihealth, Inc. Cincinnati , OH 45201

Posted 4 months ago

CARE MANAGEMENT COORDINATOR PRN Day Shift

City: Cincinnati

State: OH

Job Requisition Number: 177728

Attention current TriHealth employees:

Please apply for this position by submitting an online internal application via SuccessFactors. Please be certain to update your SuccessFactors Employee Profile prior to applying to this position.

CARE MANAGEMENT COORDINATOR: The Care Management Coordinator is responsible for overseeing the processes and documentation that occur as evidence based practice is applied at the bedside.

Directs and or completes all functions of the government and commercial utilization management process. Assesses and coordinates implementation of the discharge plan. Collaborates with the multidisciplinary team to assure effective, efficient, appropriate care in order to optimize the health status and assure a smooth transition between levels of care for patients served. Requires weekend, holiday, and off site commitment.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:

EDUCATION: Associate's Degree or Diploma Nursing New hires required to obtain BSN within 5 years of hire. Registered Nurse

EXPERIENCE: 3-4 years Clinical in Nursing

SPECIALIZED KNOWLEDGE: Excellent communication skills with the ability to negotiate, problem solve, & establish effective working relationship with members of the healthcare team and external customers. Knowledge & experience in computer key boarding..

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Job Title: CARE MANAGEMENT COORDINATOR PRN Day Shift

Department Name: TRIS CARE COORDINATION

Location: Bethesda North Hospital

Hourly/Salaried: Salaried

Employment Status: Optional Position

Bi-Weekly Hours:24

Shift: Day Shift

Weekend Commitment: Yes

Holiday Commitment: Yes

On-Call Commitment: No

Pay Grade: T39

Nearest Major Market: Cincinnati

Job Segment: Manager, Nursing, Registered Nurse, Management, Healthcare



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Care Management Coordinator PRN Day Shift

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