Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant Care Manager

Seasoned Recruitment - Greenville, SC

Key Qualifications
Patient Types
Adult, Geriatric

Licenses & Certifications
RN, SC License, AANP

Minimum Education
Masters

Years of Experience
3+ years

Schedule Details
11/1/2020 - 5/1/2021, 5 days/week

About this Company
Company with predictive technology and a decision support platform that provides clinicians and care teams with evidence-based protocols.

Overview
Nurse Practitioner Care Manager-Contract

Location: Greenville, SC.
*No relocation – candidates must be actively living in market or in process of moving already

Schedule: Full-time, contract
Monday – Friday business hours; no on-call or weekends required

Start Date: Asap

Type: 6 month to 1 year Contract Role

REQUIREMENTS:
• Bachelor’s degree plus Nurse Practitioner or Physician’s Assistant licensure
• Execution of a collaborative agreement with the Facility Rounder/Attending Physician/PCP
• Experience in Geriatrics, Hospice, Palliative Medicine, or the long-term care population preferred
• Intense intellectual curiosity and an ability to view old problems with a fresh perspective
• Strong focus on culture and employee engagement
• Ability to attract, manage, and develop staff of superlative quality
• Proactive and collaborative working style, cross functionally
• Demonstrated ability to communicate, present and influence credibly and effectively
• Proven ability to interact with and influence clients and partners at all levels
• Highest level of ethics and integrity

Responsibilities
• Lead the development and execution of care plans for members
• Provide clinical oversight, guidance, and supervision to the Registered Nurses
• Engage in meaningful Advance Care Planning discussions with members to establish goals of care and assist in the execution of appropriate legal documentation to support their end-of-life wishes
• Conduct initial and ongoing assessments
• Identify needs, resources, and other key elements required for member care management and coordination of care
• Visit members routinely as indicated by their care plan
• Collaborate with ICT to identify and address member needs
• Advise on appropriateness of transitions of care through consultation with the facility RN/LPN and by being the first point of contact for the facility RN/LPN
• Provide care to members when deemed clinically necessary and/or to support the ICT in times of heightened demand
• Develop relationships with members of the ICT both in the facility and in the community such as local health systems, hospitals, skilled nursing facilities, rehab facilities, and PCP offices
• Provides 24/7 on-call support for exacerbations and for consultation prior to transfers
• Provide clinical and non-clinical education to members and their families, including self-management techniques
• Provide care coordination support with I-SNP facility staff during transitions of care
• Evaluate inpatient treatment and clinical progress of members admitted to acute care facilities, skilled nursing facilities and inpatient rehabilitations facilities and coordinates continued services during transition back into their institutional or institutional-equivalent setting
• Develop relationships with members of the interdisciplinary care team both in the facility and
• in the community, such as local health systems, hospitals, skilled nursing facilities, rehab facilities, and PCP offices
• Facilitate family care conferences to address medical, behavioral, and social needs
• Consult with Registered Nurse Care Manager on calls from members and/or facility staff
• Travel requirements: Ability to travel to assigned facilities within geographical area up to 30 minutes
• Perform other duties and responsibilities as required, assigned or requested

Licensure/certifications
Active RN and NP licensure/certification in SC





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