Case Management

Case Manager

Type: PRN
Education: Skill and proficiency in the field of health care as required through completion of the requirements for a Registered Nurse. Minimum of an Associate Degree or BSN. Position requires a current Tennessee RN.
Hours: Varied
Experience: Three to five years of health care management. A previous background in Case Management. Knowledge of accepted Nursing procedures in designated patient populations as acquired through 5 years of clinical experience.
Skills: Knowledge of accounting, management and statistical principals. Knowledge and understanding of computer programs. . Demonstrates physical capabilities with pressure to meet deadlines and expectations.
Description:

 

This position is responsible for the direction, management and monitoring of activities related to Quality and Process Improvement, Case Management, Clinical Pathway Development, discharge planning for the Pathways System .for Case Management .

 

Social Worker

Type: PRN
Education: The position requires a bachelor’s degree in social work or an equivalent degree.
Hours: Varied
Experience: The position should have at least one year’s social work experience, preferably in health care.
Skills: Must be able to deal with multiple tasks and with a variety of people, including department staff, patients, families, community resources, other hospital staff and physicians. Must be able to work effectively with patients and families of all ages. Must be able to handle multiple deadlines in a busy environment. Must have the ability to learn complicated regulations and be able to access resources. Must be able to write legibly and communicate effectively and be able to perform certain computer functions. Must be able to use deductive thinking and be able to use established counseling skills. PASSR completion and submission.
Description:

This position is responsible for providing a wide range of social services in accordance with the hospital mission and objectives.  Services provided by Social Service include assisting patients and their families in addressing social, emotional, and economic issues associated with illness or injury.  Crisis intervention, discharge planning, continuity of care, financial assistance and referrals to community resources, while interacting with interdisciplinary team are some of the assigned duties.  Persons of all ages are served.