Choice Health Care Position Description
RN Case Manager
Reports to: Clinical Care Supervisor, Administrator
Supervises: Staff Coordinator and all direct patient care employees
Registered Nurse currently licensed in the State of Ohio. Bachelor
of Science degree in Nursing preferred.
Minimum of three (3) years experience as a licensed, registered nurse, preferable
five (5) years including home care clinical experience.
Experience in a supervisory or quality assurance position in acute and/or
Provide quality patient care via the development, implementation & evaluation
of individual patient care plans. Is a liaison between the Agency,
patient, and their families. Follows established professional standards
of care, Agency guideline policy and procedures.
Develops a P.O.C. that corresponds with the physicians orders through assessment
of patient's needs, condition, environment, consultation with other health
team members, at time of initial visit and updates plan of care regularly
as necessary and documents this care following Agency procedures.
Responsible for the delivery of competent, quality patient care in the home.
Maintains an ongoing responsibility for assigned caseload.
Responsible for the implementation and evaluation of individual patient plan
Maintains communication with Case Managers, Staff Coordinator and Director
of Home Care Services.
Provides teaching and counsels both patient and family.
Provides skilled nursing care that conforms with Agency patient care and
general medical policies.
Schedules work load for maximum efficiency.
Rotates weekend, night, and holiday call with staff to facilitate adequate
coverage for all patients.
Participates in Agency evaluation program as instructed.
Regularly conducts Case Care Conferences.
Abides by and promotes Agency administrative policies.
Maintains a continuing knowledge of competencies related to the Nursing
profession by participating in formal education programs, conference, workshops
and professional organizations.
Participates in staff inservices programs, at lest 12 hours annually.