The Case Manager, LVN, concurrently monitors and reviews all member utilizations for medical appropriateness, makes recommendations for alternative levels of care, identifies potential barriers or delays in service, and facilitates discharge planning activities.
Case Manager, LVN requires a current California LVN license. Preferably 2 years recent acute hospital experience, including experience with telemetry as well as a broad knowledge of the various nursing disciplines. Case Manager, LVN must possess an extensive understanding of varied diagnostic and invasive procedures and the ability to anticipate care plan changes based on their findings. An awareness of Level of Care, Intensity of Service and Severity of Illness criteria. Discharge screens, Skilled Nursing criteria (for SNF) and Home Health criteria. Case Manager, LVN must have an ability to communicate professionally and interface assertively with physicians. Must be detail oriented and able to continually re-prioritize multiple tasks. Current California driver license and proof of insurance. Driving required. BLS required within 60 days of hire.
Desert Oasis Healthcare - 18 months ago