RN Case Manager - Home Health
Company: Wesley Homes
Posted on: September 25, 2022
The RN Case Manager provides direct care and case management for
a team of WHAH patients in accordance with the state Nurse Practice
Act and WHAH policy. Directs assigned team members of RNs, LPNs,
and Home Health Aides.
Complies with accepted ethical conduct and professional Standards
of Nursing. Practice set forth by the American Nurses
Assesses client's condition and needs through the collection of
health data and the recognition, interpretation and reporting of
symptoms and psychological responses; re-evaluates the client's
nursing needs as required.
Develops and implements a nursing plan of care with consideration
for the dignity and desires of the client, organizes and
participates in direct client care, performs treatment and
administers medications while providing direct patient care.
Formulates, modifies and carries out a client care plan which
prescribes nursing actions toward achievable goals, according to
the client needs.
Initiates and participates in the client admissions process and in
the development of the Plan of Treatment, obtains Physician's
orders, clarifies those orders and obtains necessary revisions as
needed, informs the Physician of changes in the client's condition
and provides written summary reports to the Physician.
Other duties as assigned (Participates in health teaching and
training with client and/or family members; maintains detailed
records of nursing actions, client progress and response to therapy
and teaching; coordinates discharge planning and prepares discharge
summaries and instructions; coordinates Nursing, HH Aide, PT and
other services delivered to clients; etc.)
Graduate of an accredited school of professional nursing.
Licensure, Registration, Certification
Current license as a Registered Nurse in Washington State.
Baccalaureate degree preferred.
A current and valid Washington State driver's license and valid
Current CPR certificate
Ability to supervise and direct members of patient care team.
Demonstrated strong and effective written and verbal communication
skills and good interpersonal skills.
Ability to deal tactfully with patients, providers, and families,
and the community.
Demonstrated organizational and time management skills.
Knowledge of home health regulatory and reimbursement
Minimum of two (2) years of nursing experience. Home health
Minimum of one (1) year supervising LPN's, NAC's or Healthcare
Ability to stand/walk 2-3 hours per day
Ability to bend, stoop and squat frequently for resident care and
Ability to sit for periods of time for assisting residents with
meals, charting, phone consulting, and computer data entry.
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