Are you a registered nurse seeking a position that will offer you consistency, reliability and longevity? You may want to consider a Case Manager position!
As a Case Manager, you’ll create discharge plans and collaborate with patients and their families, social workers, physicians and interdisciplinary teams regarding a variety of patient care issues. You’ll also be responsible for identifying, initiating and managing optimal patient flow/throughput to enhance continuity of care; facilitate smooth and safe transitions; ensure patient satisfaction and patient safety; and oversee length-of-stay management.
Most importantly, you will receive all the benefits of working with MedPartners, including a competitive salary and full benefits package. You will also receive paid time off, AHIMA/AAPC membership and free ICD-10 training and education. Sound appealing? Keep reading below for more information about this exciting opportunity.
Case Manager Requirements
Required Case Manager qualifications include a bachelor’s degree in nursing from an accredited institution, as well as acute care case management experience. To be competitive in the field, it also helps to have a Commission for Case Manager Certification (CCMC) or a certification from the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC).
Being a Case Manager will give you the opportunity to make a significant impact on a healthcare facility by increasing cost-effectiveness and shaping health outcomes for many different patients. MedPartners currently has an open Case Manager position with a competitive pay rate. Check it out today and apply online through our website.