Have you been searching for a rewarding nursing position that will afford you consistency, reliability and longevity? You’re in for some good news! MedPartners currently has RN Case Manager opportunities available throughout the U.S. with highly competitive pay rates. In fact, according to NurseJournal.org, RN Case Managers continue to be in high demand, making them among the most desirable professionals in the healthcare field. The U.S. Bureau Labor of Statistics predicts general nursing salaries will be well above average throughout 2017, with RN Case Manager salaries expected to experience significant growth.
In addition to competitive pay, there are many reasons to pursue a career in case management. If you have a passion for nursing and want to have a deeper impact on patient outcomes, being an RN Case Manager could be an ideal fit for your education, background and professional interests.
Keep reading below to learn more about what’s involved in RN case management, as well as job requirements and credentials.
RN Case Manager Requirements
As an RN Case Manager, you’ll be tasked with the responsibility of documenting your patients’ case management plans; addressing risk factors and/or obstacles to care; and most importantly, connecting your patients to critical services and resources to meet their long-term treatment goals. To succeed in this role, you must be committed to serving as an advocate for your patients so their individual needs are met in the best ways possible. Other essential skills including strong communication abilities; adaptability; and attention to detail.
RN Case Manager positions with MedPartners require the following qualifications:
- Two years of case management experience in an acute care hospital setting performing either UR or discharge planning
- Experience with InterQual
- Epic and Midas (a strong plus)
RN Case Managers play a vital role in the successful functioning of any healthcare organization, as they oversee the long-term care of patients through fully developed case management plans. Many case managers find their positions very rewarding because they have a direct impact on the lives of patients, families and caregivers.
Wondering about next steps?
Apply online for any of our available positions on the MedPartners website. You can also get in touch with one of our recruiters to learn more about RN Case Manager opportunities!