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RN Bilingual Case Manager - (New Grads)

New York City, NY

Must live in or near New York City

About us:
Morgan Stephens represents the nation’s top healthcare systems offering the highest compensation and benefits to our top candidates.   We are created and managed by experienced industry professionals in healthcare. As a leading provider of contract, contract to perm, and direct placement recruiting services to healthcare organizations throughout the United States, we have successfully served the needs of our employees and clients by placing thousands of quality healthcare professionals into organizations seeking top talent.
Required Licensure/Certification:
NY State RN License.

MUST be bilingual (Chinese , Korean, Bengali, , French/Creole) 

Essential Functions/Responsibilities:
• Conduct face to face assessments of members’ functional status, medical, behavioral, psychosocial and community resource needs.
• Provides the Interdisciplinary Care Team (ICT) with assessment information and act as facilitator to ensure that members’ needs are met.
• Develop an ICP/PCSP based on members’ clinical, behavioral and social needs that addresses barriers to care.
• Competently assesses members’ health status and ensures that member is receiving all necessary medical and supportive services
• Modify ICP/PCSP as appropriate to member’s needs and progress
• Manage care transitions through effective and timely communication necessary for member care and discharge planning.
• Clarifies SWH plan medical benefits, policies and procedures for members, providers and community-based agencies.
• Prepare for and participate in clinical case reviews to share best practices.
• Adhere to SWH documentation policies and procedures including documentation of clinical assessment activities and their effectiveness.
• Maintain a comprehensive working knowledge of community resources, payer requirements, and network services for target population
• Collaborate with other SWH Care Managers to reduce variations in clinical practice, identify opportunities for systems’ improvement, and develop policies and procedures relevant to practice.
• Provide backup to other Assessment nurses as needed
• Analyze data and use it to improve care delivery
• Performs other duties as assigned.

• Strong professional level of knowledge and comprehensive clinical assessment skills in the adult population and chronic disease management
• Excellent communication skills
• Strong computer skills: competent in Microsoft Office Products (Outlook, Word, Excel)
• Ability to work independently and maintain flexibly in fast paced environment
• Ability to analyze data and use it to improve care delivery
• Self-starter with high level of accountability and responsibility for outcome of care
• Highly organized and able to manage multiple priorities appropriately
• Independent problem solving skills
• Able to work collaboratively and build enduring relationships with providers, members and the multidisciplinary team

The following travel expenses are reimbursable:
Parking Fees
Tolls (One-way)
Internet (Up to $65 per month)
Ride Sharing Services

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