As a Case Management Supervisor, you’ll be responsible for the many aspects of case management within your medical unit, including care coordination, utilization review, discharge planning and weekend supervisor responsibilities.
Category: Case Management
If you’re a case manager, you know firsthand how busy and hectic the job can be at times. Between being on your feet all day to working multiple shifts, it’s easy to feel burned out.
In an effort to provide on-going recognition of our clinicians, one AMN Healthcare clinician will be presented with the DAISY Award® For Extraordinary Nurses every quarter.
Use of Radio-frequency Identification (RFID) System Surveillance to Document Attending Physician Arrival to Trauma Activations Susan Schmunk, CSTR, CAISS A recent article published in Trauma Performance Improvement outlines the use of RFID chips in a New York Hospital to improve documentation and in turn determine compliance with the American College of Surgeon (ACS) guidelines …
Why Communication is Essential for Acute Care Case Managers It’s hard to find a healthcare concentration that requires as much communication as acute care case management.
Must-Have Leadership Skills for Case Managers A career in case management can be extremely multifaceted, requiring many skills related to patient care and effective management practices.
Productivity Tips for RN Case Managers There are few industries as demanding and fast-paced as the healthcare field.
Case Managers and the Uninsured Population Whether you are the Emergency Department case manager or a case manager on a unit within the hospital, you have encountered the uninsured patient.
Considering a Career in Case Management? In the complex world of healthcare, it can be overwhelming to choose a rewarding and financially fulfilling career path.