Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts RN Case Manager l Registered Nurse l Federal Employee Program in Quincy, Massachusetts
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The Telephonic RN Case Manager focuses on arranging and coordinating services that a member needs to get well or stay well. The Telephonic Case Manager also works to remove barriers that prevent the member from engaging in an appropriate plan of care. The Telephonic RN Case Manager demonstrates strengths working independently as well as collaboratively within a highly matrixed environment. The Telephonic RN Case Manager will be working with a team of other dedicated and compassionate nurses and providers to help meet department business objectives and measures. The Telephonic RN Case Manager will be using a member-centric, collaborative process involving assessment, planning, targeted intervention and advocacy, for our members. The Telephonic RN Case Manager will work with the member to identify options and services that meet their specific health needs through the health care continuum to promote optimal, cost-effective outcomes.
Uses clinical tools and information / data review to conduct comprehensive assessments of referred member's needs / eligibility
Determines approach to case resolution and creates comprehensive case management plans
Evaluates member's benefit plan and available internal and external programs / services
Interpretation and application of relevant criteria and guidelines, standardized case management processes, policies, and regulatory standards
Educates members on benefits, services, resources, alternative funding, and health care alternatives
Utilizes negotiation skills to secure appropriate services to meet the member’s healthcare needs
Interacts with treatment providers, PCPs, and physicians as needed to support the plan of care
Regularly interacts with supervisors, managers, and physicians to discuss questions and concerns regarding specific cases
Presents cases at rounds and follows up with physicians as necessary to obtain physician input and achieve optimal outcomes for our members
Monitors for clinical quality concerns and refers appropriately
Identifies and escalates quality of care issues through established channels
Monitor clinical care services provided to members to optimize clinical outcomes
Provides telephone triage, crisis intervention and emergency response as situations arise
Utilizes case management and quality management processes in compliance with regulatory guidelines and company policies and procedures
Performs regular interventions and interactions with members to maintain the appropriate engagement level based on the course of situation / disease
Closes cases in a timely manner while maintaining member satisfaction
QUALIFICATIONS & TRAINING:
Ability to adapt and be flexible to change
Strong team-work and communication skills as well as ability to be self-directive
Ability to analyze information to construct effective solutions
Execution and results (ability to set goals, follow processes, meet deadlines, and deliver expected outcomes with appropriate sense of urgency)
Cultural competence (demonstration of awareness, attitude, knowledge, and skills to work effectively with a culturally and demographically diverse population)
Clinical assessment (ability to interpret, evaluate, and clearly document complex medical information using a directive and focused approach in order to identify relevant and actionable conditions, circumstances, and behaviors)
Care planning (ability to identify and clearly document member-driven, specific, measurable activities that address actionable conditions, circumstances, and behaviors in order to improve health outcomes and cost-effectiveness of services)
Member collaboration and engagement (ability to secure and maintain the motivation, participation, and collaboration of all relevant parties in a purposeful plan to improve health outcomes and cost-effectiveness of service delivery
Active Massachusetts RN License is required; other state licenses is a plus. Note: Any restrictions against a license must be disclosed and reviewed
Minimum 3-5 years working in either home care, hospital, or extended care facility
Must be able to work out of the Quincy, MA office M-F
Clinical experience in disease management, complex chronic conditions/co-morbidities is desired
Triage experience is desired
Bachelor’s degree in nursing is preferred; Associate's degree in nursing will be taken into consideration
Certified Case Manager (CCM) preferred or other comparable certification
Ability to utilize and demonstrate proficiency with Information Technology systems
SCHEDULE OF HOURS:
Flexibility is required
Standard working hours are Monday through Friday 8:30 – 4:30pm
LocationQuincyTime TypeFull time
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