Biologics is dedicated to delivering the best possible care for patients battling a complex disease. We do that by bringing care into alignment: unifying fragmented services across the care continuum. Our mission is to help payors, biopharma companies, researchers and healthcare providers improve outcomes, accelerate access to care and reduce risk - all by focusing on the patient first. With a multidisciplinary approach, we bring deep expertise to complicated diseases like cancer and neurological conditions.
The Clinical Case Educator is an important role in our team. The nurse is passionate and is committed to provide a high level of patient care and counseling patients enrolled in the Medication Therapy Program. The ideal candidate has great communication skills, problem solving skills, and must be self-motivated. This person will be driven to help team members to achieve the mission of providing high level of care to patients.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
Counsel and educate new/existing patients on specialty drug therapies
Adherence to contracted and accrediting regulations as indicated by drug specification
Complete, thorough and accurate documentation utilizing good documentation practice and compliance to industry standards and regulations
Discuss potential/current side effects with patients to educate about treatment alternatives and facilitate ongoing therapy adherence
Identify and report adverse events (AEs) and product complaints (PCs) to the manufacturer, FDA, and/or other governing authorities
Specialty drug verification and education. Provider/patient conduit to support therapeutic longevity.
Adherence to patient management programs through call cadence schedules, medication management programing, drug counseling and provider collaboration.
Maintenance of patient demographic records, medical history and records in accordance to federal HIPAA standards
Collaboration with Pharmacy Support teams to ensure timely and accurate delivery of specialty drugs
Registered Nurse with current unrestricted compact state license or primary NC licensure
Associates, Bachelor or higher degree in Nursing or accredited nursing diploma
Ability to obtain licensing in all states and United States territories serviced within 3 months of employment through Biologics supported programming (minimal application guidelines apply)
5 or more years of nursing experience with at least 1 year of acute, inpatient care preferred
Computer skills, including e-mail, word processing, spreadsheet and web-based programs
Effective orally and in writing communication, experience with motivational interviewing preferably
Ability to read, analyze and interpret practice standards, professional journals, technical procedures and government standards and regulations
Onsite office location only-Cary, NC
Career Level - IC-Professional-P3
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