Rn Case Manager Resume Examples

rn case manager

  • Inform physician of patient’s condition 
  • Administer by mouth, inhalation, intravenous medications
  • Provide medical and emotional care for terminal patients. 
  • Analyze and interpret patients’ histories, symptoms, physical findings, or diagnostic information to develop appropriate diagnoses. Display self motivated initiative under minimal supervision.

rn case manager

  • Case management for approximately 50-60 clients with intellectual developmental disabilities, physical disabilities, and mental illness 
  • Complete comprehensive nursing assessments and create care plans at least annually for clients 
  • Complete weekly calls to client’s to assess current status and inquire of any changes in health
  • Research resources available within the community to enhance care plans 
  • Coordinate with outside vendors, home health agencies, DME, and insurance companies to maintain treatment plans for clients
  • Provide initial visits to hospitalized client’s, follow up visits before discharge to participate in planning with social worker and medical team, and post visits to ensure overall health and well being 
  • Attend meetings at various nursing homes to participate in discharge planning for incoming clients 

rn case manager

  • Coordinated health care for terminal patients in the last 12 months of life.  
  • Provided emotional, physical, and spiritual support to families.  
  • Educated families on End of life care and the grieving process.
  • Visited patients to develop the patient’s plan of care, excellent

rn case manager

  • Keeping in constant contact with the patient, family, and physician. 
  • Responsible to make sure that the whole team was in place, from the social worker, hospice aide and volunteer, if needed.
  • Assure that medical equipment is ordered and in home.
  • Assure needed medication is ordered by attending MD or Hospice medical director, for comfort needs. 
  • Along with the hospice team, preparing the patient, family, emotionally, psychologically and spiritually for loved one’s end of life.
  • Keeping in contact with hospice administrator, director of nursing attending MD and hospice medical director.

rn case manager

  • Uses established medical necessity criteria to conduct screening for medically appropriate admissions. Escalates cases to Care Management Direc-tor/Manager and utilizes information obtained from information systems to accurately assess patient clinical needs.
  • Communicates effectively with the ED and Observation Clinical Team to achieve optimal patient flow to enhance continuity of care, smooth and safe transition, patient satisfaction, and patient safety.
  • Provides information related to physician resource utilization, medical necessity, and federal regulation. 
  • Worked as a Hospice Case Manager— received excellent training and was further able to expand my knowledge and level of critical thinking.

rn case manager

  • Coordination of care and discharge planning for patients to include resources, services, referrals and arranging for equipment
  • Collaboration with physicians and interdisciplinary team
  • Identification of patient concerns and needs
  • Reporting any concerns of abuse and or neglect to appropriate agencies

rn case manager

  • Perform primary care procedures such as administering immunizations, taking cultures, and debriding wounds.
  • Maintain complete and detailed records of patients’ health care plans and prognoses and options available.
  • Advocate for accessible health care that minimizes environmental health risks.  Consult and coordinate with healthcare team members to assess, plan, implement, or evaluate patient care plans.
  • Assess the needs of individuals, families,  and  home environments, to identify potential health or safety problems  Focus on improving quality of life.

rn case manager

  • Coordinate patient care, including assessing psychosocial, spiritual care, and volunteer needs, and make appropriate referrals, as needed. • Continually assess the patient’s eligibility for hospice care and facilitate medical review, as needed.
  • Provide and case manage direct care to patients and families as part of Interdisciplinary Group (IDG), incorporating psychosocial, spiritual, cultural, physical and biological components.
  • Demonstrate clinical skills regarding case management, physical assessment, intravenous therapies, pain medication titration, symptom management, and patient/family relationships.
  • Facilitate coordination of care and documentation for change in the level of care, team transfer and hospice discharge. 

rn case manager/patient care coordinator

  • Record patients medical information and vital signs. 
  • Modify treatment plans as indicated by patients responses and conditions. 
  • Consult and coordinate with interdisciplinary team members to assess, plan, implement, or evaluate patient care plans. 
  • Assess the needs of individuals, families, or communities, including assessment of individuals’ home or work environments, to identify potential health or safety problems. 
  • Observe nurses and visit patients to insure proper nursing care was given. 
  • Implement and monitor Performance Improvement and Quality Assurance initatives. 
  • Monitor productivity of the staff. 

rn case manager

  • Coordinate/supervise care for patients/families  with nurses, social workers, physicians and chaplains.  
  • Educate on the dying process, provide support services for caregivers/families 
  • Provide end of life care to patients and educate families at a very intimate time of life. 
  • Work directly with medical directors to ensure comfort and quality of life for patients with end of life needs.