Registered Nurse - Inpatient Case Manager
Job ID: R0023842 | Registered Nurse Professionals | Part Time, 16 Hours/Week | Charlottesville, VA
Within the inpatient setting, assess and address patient and family needs related to effective and efficient movement through the hospital system and beyond. Perform initial assessment on all patients and begin discharge process from day one of patient's stay. Complete level-of-care assessment to ensure patients are receiving the appropriate level of care and to ensure that the patient transitions through their stay without barriers or delays in care delivery. Maintain expert knowledge of InterQual® Level of Care criteria. Work closely with the admitting physicians to ensure appropriate documentation of clinical information necessary to support or determine alternative level of care. Coordinate discharges home and facilitate transfers to external placement facilities.
  • Expert Caring
  • Empowered Leaders
  • Lifelong Learning
  • Quality Achievement
  • Innovation
  • Relationship-Based Care: Self
  • Relationship-Based Care: Colleagues
  • Relationship-Based Care: Patient/Family

In addition to the above job responsibilities, other duties may be assigned.

Position Compensation Range: $67,849.60 - $108,555.20 Annually

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS
  • Education: Graduate of accredited nursing program. Bachelor of Science in Nursing required within 5 years of hire.
  • Experience: 3 years of relevant experience.
  • Licensure: Licensed to practice as a registered nurse in the Commonwealth of Virginia. Accredited Case Manager (ACM) certification within 3 years of hire.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS
Job requires standing for prolonged periods, frequently traveling and bending/stooping. Proficient communicative, auditory and visual skills. Attention to detail and ability to write legibly. Ability to lift/push/pull 20-50 lbs. May be exposed to chemicals, blood/body fluids and infectious disease.


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Melynda M. Zarzyski
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