Care Coordinator – Case Manager/Utilization Review Nurse – Registered Nurse (RN) role, the Risk, Patient Safety & Compliance department, University of Chicago Medicine in Hyde Park, Chicago, IL
We're hiring Care Coordinators - Case Managers/Utilization Review Nurses for the Risk, Patient Safety, & Compliance department for the University of Chicago Medicine in Hyde Park, Chicago, IL. Note: We have both Full Time and PRN-Registry opportunities available!
Join one of the nation’s most comprehensive academic medical centers, University of Chicago Medicine, in an innovative and thought-provoking role as a Care Coordinator with our Case Management division. Our employees deliver world-class care in an environment where opinions are respected, decision-making is rewarded and teamwork is the order of the day. Our staff is encouraged to achieve their career goals, which in turn benefits all of our patients and the University of Chicago Medicine as a whole.
In this role, the Care Coordinator, as part of a multidisciplinary team, including physicians, and payers, ensures the patient’s progress in the acute episode of care through post discharge and is quality driven while being efficient and cost effective. The Care Coordinator works with the attending and consulting physicians to facilitate effective and efficient transition through the process of hospitalization. The Care Coordinator works collaboratively with all members of the multi-disciplinary team to ensure patient needs are met and care delivery is coordinated across the continuum, as well as appropriately reimbursed by payers as contracted. The Care Coordinator seeks the expertise of social workers to resolve psycho-social patient care issues and to develop complex patient transition/discharge plan as needed. The incumbent interacts with patients, family members, healthcare professionals, community, and state agencies in this effort. The Care Coordinator serves as a liaison between the hospital and community agencies or facilities for the exchange of clinical and referral information. The Care Coordinator is responsible for maintaining hospital compliance with the Quality Improvement Organization (QIO) series and CMS guidelines. In addition, the Care Coordinator provides case review information to third party payers, assists in the denial and appeals process, and assesses quality, levels of care and identifying and reporting potential risk management issues. The incumbent performs duties and tasks in accordance with performance standards established for the job. The incumbent is responsible for participation in and completion of all patient safety initiatives appropriate to the position. The incumbent conducts all job responsibilities per the Mission and Values.
Care Coordinator – Case Manager/Utilization Review Nurse – Registered Nurse (RN) Education and Experience Requirements:
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