RN Case Manager - $5,000 bonus package - Methuen MA

AccentCare, Inc.

2019-07-13 04:46:30

Job location Methuen, Massachusetts, United States

Job type: fulltime

Job industry: Healthcare & Medical

Job description

Job Summary: Provides nursing care to patients and families in their homes, which supports the total person. This is accomplished within an interdisciplinary plan of care. Participates in orienting and supervising Home Care Aides. Supervises the LPN, Home Care Aide, Social Worker, P.T., P.T.A., O.T., C.O.T.A., S.L.P. and office support staff to coordinate patient care utilizing community resources as needed. Participates in staff education. Provides consultation regarding assessment, planning and implementation of care. Coordinates activities with other community, agency and/or department staff and carries out special activities on assignment. + Provides superior customer service to internal and external clients, customers and patients + Assumes accountability for own professional practice in achieving patient outcomes + Accurately, promptly and thoroughly documents patient care observations, interventions and evaluations + Accountable for managing a caseload of patients to achieve optimum patient outcomes + Identifies primary diagnosis, reasons for home care, and problems based on assessment, which includes patient demonstration of functional status; then develops a plan of care that will best meet patient outcomes + Responsible for initiating, evaluating and updating the patient plan of care to achieve desired outcomes + Provides therapeutic care and patient education; makes appropriate referrals based on identified patient needs that will maximize independence and patient/family participation + Collaborates with the physician and other members of the health care team to ensure care is safe, effective and coordinated Requirements/Qualifications: + Must possess a current MA RN license. + Must start the process of obtaining NH license upon acceptance of offer of employment if working in the Methuen territory. + Must possess current, valid driver's license. + Graduate of an accredited school of nursing. + Must have demonstrated competence in community health or med/surgical patient care setting, providing direct patient care with patients for 1-3 years. + Bilingual English/Spanish skills helpful + Must be willing to work a minimum of one weekend per month and two holidays per calendar year and as department may require. IND456

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