The Case Manager has clinical expertise with knowledge of medically appropriate criteria, and applies principles of utilization and quality management, discharge planning and the management of clinical/financial resources as a facilitator and active participant of the multidisciplinary patient care team. The Case Manager predicts, facilitates and evaluates the transition of patients across the care continuum and links people to systems that provide them with resources, services and opportunities to achieve and maintain maximum functioning.
Educational Requirements Degree/Diploma Obtained Program of Study Required/
Preferred and/or Associate's Nursing Required Additional Requirements Experience Requirements Minimum Years Required Area of Experience Required/
Preferred and/or 3 Years Clinical Nursing Required and Additional Requirements Previous experience in discharge planning, Utilization management, knowledge of community resources, assessment skills and clinical and social factors that affect patients' functional status at discharge preferred State of Florida Licensure Requirements Licenses Required/
Preferred and/or Registered Nurse License Required Certifications/Registration Requirements Certificates/Registrations Required/
Preferred and/or ACM (Accredited Case Manager) Preferred or NACCM (National Academy of Certified Care Managers) Preferred or CCM (Certified Case Manager) Preferred Additional Requirements
Require Case Management Certification// including CCM// ACM or NACCM within 3 yrs. employment (time exception provided for unsuccessful attempts)Other Requirements
Communication and interpersonal skills, basic computer, analytical, grammar and spelling skills. Ability to effectively multi-task and prioritize responsibilities.
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