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This position is an office-based position and can be located in Jackson, MS. Position is responsible for utilization management, utilization review, or concurrent review (telephonic inpatient care management). You will work with area hospitals to review patient cases while ensuring the best care for our valued members.. Generally work is self-directed and not prescribed.
Utilization Management Nurse responsibilities include:
Perform utilization and concurrent review using Milliman criteria
Conduct clinical chart assessments
Discuss cases with treating physicians and other healthcare professionals to better understand plans-of-care
Identify and evaluate delays in care
Initiate a discharge planning and readmission prevention plan when applicable
Approve bed days for inpatient cases when applicable
Arrange alternative care services; Contact and maintain communication with acute long term care, acute rehabilitation, or skilled nursing facilities to move patients through the care continuum
Gather clinical information to assess and expedite care needs
Maintain appropriate documentation
Consult with the Medical Director as needed to troubleshoot difficult or complex cases
Participate in telephonic and in-person staff meetings
After one year, the incumbent may have the eligibility to telecommute.
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