Hospital Care Coordinator - RN Case Management

Baycare Health System, Inc Tampa , FL 33602

Posted 2 months ago

The Hospital Care Coordinator - RN Case Management provides linkage, monitoring, planning and advocacy for our population to achieve and maintain maximum functioning. Possesses a clear understanding of the available resources to promote quality cost effective outcomes.

Effectively maintains and manages assigned caseload, contingent on needs, strengths, abilities, barriers, and preferences of the individual served. Coordinates discharge planning efforts through assessment, referral, and interdisciplinary planning. Ability to adjust to changing priorities in a fast paced environment.Certifications and LicensuresRequiredRN (Registered Nurse)PreferredACM (Case Management)CertificationPreferredCCM (Case Manager)Certification


ExperienceRequired2 years

Registered NurseAnd2 years

Acute Care

Specific SkillsRequiredComputer skills appropriate to position

RequiredInterpersonal skills

RequiredWritten and verbal communication skills

RequiredCritical thinking skills

RequiredWork with a team

RequiredWork independently

RequiredCustomer service skills

RequiredMulti-tasking skills

RequiredKnowledge of regulatory standards appropriate to position

RequiredCollaborate and work with a team

RequiredTime management skills

RequiredIdentify problems, implement and/or recommend solutions

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Hospital Care Coordinator - RN Case Management

Baycare Health System, Inc