Case Management RN
Edge Recruitment Solutions - Manchester, CT

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Manchester, Connecticut is a thriving, small city of about 60,000 residents located in the growing eastern section of the Hartford region. The town is famous for its popular Manchester Road Race which is held every Thanksgiving Day. The race has over 10,000 participants yearly, including runners from around the world, as well as thousands of spectators. For New Englanders, it is second in popularity only to the Boston Marathon. The city has more than 1,000 acres of park land, a range of housing styles and prices in attractive neighborhoods, an award-winning school system, performing arts organizations, libraries and friendly, community-spirited residents. Home to nearly 200 cultural, arts, and heritage organizations, the greater Hartford region ranks among the top six percent of North American regions for the arts. Given Manchester’s close proximity to Hartford (just ten miles), residents are able to take advantage of Hartford’s vibrant arts, culture, and entertainment sector. In short, Manchester is a great place to live, work, start a family, and have fun.

Looking for a change of scenery? We seek an RN with at least five (5) years of med/surg experience for the role of Care Manager. In this role you will provide a link between provider and payer organizations, physicians, and the community in the transition of patient care through the health care system. You will monitor all admissions for the appropriateness of observation services or inpatient hospitalization, according to InterQual criteria. You will utilize the nursing process, identify patients with discharge planning needs, and coordinate necessary services in the home or nursing facility setting. You will coordinate patient care by using independent nursing judgment and working collaboratively with the interdisciplinary team. You will communicate, as appropriate, the patient's clinical condition and care needs. You will demonstrate knowledge of the principles of growth and development over the life span and the skills necessary to provide age appropriate care to the patient population served.

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