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Strategy - Planning
4 Year Degree
At least 2 year(s)
CASE MANAGER - UTILIZATION MANAGEMENT UNIT
PART-TIME BENEFITTED STATUE, 40HRS/PP
The RN CASE MANAGER is responsible for Utilization Management, Quality Referrals, and Discharge planning activities on designated units within the Hospital. Must be able to assess discharge-planning needs of a diverse cultural and ethnic population. Must be able to demonstrate the knowledge and skills necessary to provide appropriate case management specific to the age of the patients served on assigned units. Case Managers are assigned patients ranging in age from neonates to geriatrics. Assignments are dependent upon the specific talent, experience and training of the Case Manager and the needs of the patient. Must be able to exercise independent discretion and judgment (utilizing approved criteria) in the performance of the case management functions.
Requirements: BSN (or degree in progress) required; MSN degree preferred. Previous experience in Case Management /Discharge Planning preferred. Current CA RN licensure required. Minimum 2 years direct patient care experience in an acute/hospital setting with ICU/CCU, Telemetry or ER experience required. Must have computer skills.
This position is represented by SEIU L121 and is covered by the terms and conditions of the applicable collective bargaining agreement.
Keyword: Case Coordinator, Registered Nurse, CCM, Certification Case Management, UR
Voted one of the Best Places to Work by the Los Angeles Business Journal, Northridge Hospital Medical Center is a 411-bed facility proudly serving the San Fernando Valley for more than 50 years. As a nonprofit, community-based hospital, Northridge Hospital offers a full spectrum of healthcare programs and Centers of Excellence.
Northridge Hospital Medical Center is part of Dignity Health (formerly Catholic Healthcare West), one of the largest healthcare systems in the West with 40 hospitals in Arizona, California and Nevada. Our mission, vision and values were all formed out of the recognition of the inherent dignity of each person. It also represents our commitment to delivering excellent medical care to all, to advocating on behalf of the poor, and to partnering with others to improve the quality of life.