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RN Case Manager Job in Columbus, Ohio US

RN Case Manager


Posted: 4/13/2021 - Expires: 7/12/2021

Job ID: 226184227


Job Description

Job Description:

RN Case Manager - Hospice

Columbus, OH * Full Time


Join our team and live the mission with National Church Residences! We are looking for a Registered Nurse (RN) Case Manager to support our Hospice department and an excellent way to build your career. This Hospice RN Case Manager position allows you to use your skill set to provide excellent one on one, patient-centered care while having autonomy and a flexible work schedule.

For over 50 years, National Church Residences has been providing quality housing and care for seniors. Our mission is national in scope, as one of the largest not-for-profit providers of affordable housing in the country, with over 350 communities in 25 states; it originates from a Christian commitment of service to older adults. Open to people of every faith, National Church Residences has become a leading name in senior services, retirement community management and support for people in need.

Excellent Benefits:

Ideal Monday-Friday work week including limited weekend and holiday work
Competitive weekend pay (if weekend shift is necessary)
Tenured staff
Innovative company dynamic with room for growth
Clinical support from corporate resources and staff
Excellent benefits including retirement plan with company base and match contribution
Generous Paid Time Off Policy, 8 Paid Holidays
Company Paid Long Term and Short Term Disability
Tuition Reimbursement
Full Time (30 hours or more per week) eligible for Health, Dental, Orthodontic and Vision insurance


Assuring the development, implementation, and updates of the individualized plan of care, which would entail communication with all physicians involved in the plan of care and integration of orders from all physicians involved in the plan of care including those orders related to medications. Includes the client, caregiver, and client representative in the planning process.
Develops individualized plan of care with the involvement of the client, caregiver, and client representative and provides education, mentoring, and support throughout the plan of care. Notifies the client, caregiver, and client representative of necessary plan of care changes.
Uses health assessment data to determine problems, goals and interventions. Communicates with community health providers and facility staff to coordinate the care plan. Works with interdisciplinary team and physician/physician extender to establish, monitor and document on-going home health eligibility.
Completes an initial assessment of client, caregiver, and client representative to determine home care needs. Performs a complete physical assessment and obtains history of current and previous illness(es).
Initiates appropriate preventive and rehabilitative nursing procedures. May administer medications and treatments as prescribed by the physician/physician extender.
Communicates with the physician/physician extender regarding the client's needs and reports any changes in the client's condition; obtains/receives physician's/physician extender's orders as required. Prepares clinical notes and updates the primary physician/physician extender when necessary.
Provides direct client care as defined in the State Nurse Practice Act.
Educates and mentors the client, caregiver, and client representative in providing care related needs per plan of care. Provides support and education on end of life issues and care to clients and caregivers.
Regularly re-evaluates client nursing needs. Initiates the plan of care and makes necessary revisions as client status and needs change.
Coordinates discharge planning in conjunction with interdisciplinary members when appropriate.
Attends and participates in scheduled Interdisciplinary team meetings to coordinate care plans, follow-up on changes, problem solve, etc. to ensure client's care and treatment are properly communicated, documented and in conjunction with the physician's/physician extender's orders. Plan of care is updated and appropriate to client needs.
Responsible for the instruction, evaluation, plan development, and supervision of the LPN/LVN, HH/Hospice aides per conditions of participation and as outlined by policy to include the initiation, participation, and communication of the competency evaluation.

Education: Degree in nursing field as a registered nurse from an approved school of nursing.
Experience: Minimum of two years as an RN. Home health/hospice experience preferred.
Travel: Frequent, necessary on a daily basis 100%. Must have a valid driver's license, automobile insurance and qualified to driver under the organization's motor vehicle check.
Mental: Must have good verbal and written communication, comprehension, computer and interpersonal skills. Must have the ability to speak, read, write and understand English.
Licensure: Must have a current RN license in good standing in the state(s) in which practicing.

Learn more about our organization in the video below.

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, ancestry, military status, disability, genetic information and/or any other characteristics protected by applicable law.

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Employment Type:
Full Time Employee
Job type:
Federal Contractor
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Education Level:
No school grade completed
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Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri
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