Home Health RN Case Manager
Park Ridge Health has provided whole-person care to the Henderson County community for more than 100 years. Inspired by our mission of Extending the Healing Ministry of Christ, we continually look for ways to bring hope, health and healing to the patients we have the honor of caring for. As a member of Adventist Health System, one of the largest faith-based healthcare organizations in the U.S., we also offer world-class opportunities for our team members to learn, grow and serve across the nation.
This position requires Case Management responsibilities of planning, coordinating, providing and documenting care when assigned a caseload of direct patient care. When providing Start of Care Coordination, the role requires expert comprehensive assessment of the patient, including OASIS tool as required, and development and implementation of a home health plan of care that meets each patient’s initial orders and specific needs, collaborating with multidisciplinary agency team. The home health RN Case Manager develops and implements a home health plan of care that meets each patient’s specific needs and is in compliance with JCAHO, federal and state regulations, reimbursement guidelines as well as agency policies and procedures.
- Coordinate direct care for achieving optimal patient outcomes, in accordance with Home Health policies and procedures and in collaboration with patient, HH team, caregivers, and physician.
- Complete comprehensive assessment of patient and OASIS tool, providing timely Start of Care documentation and establish an individualized Plan of Care.
- Assure that individualized and comprehensive care is based on ongoing interpretation of physiological, psychological, and sociological deficits affecting the state of health.
- Identify specific, achievable goals in collaboration with the patient and/or care-giver, under the physician’s direction.
- Observation, recording, and reporting to the physician any reaction to treatment or changes in the client’s condition.
- Minimum of an Associate’s Degree in Nursing required
- Two years of acute care experience within the last three years
- One year of home health care experience within the last two years
- Current Registered Nurse licensure in the State of North Carolina required.
- Current BCLS certification required.
- Current North Carolina driver’s license in good standing required.
- Current auto insurance policy according to minimum NC state requirements