Registered Nurse - Case Manager PRN
Medical City Lewisville is focused on providing high-quality care to our community. As a Magnet® recognized facility, we are a leader in the DFW market for quality metrics, and Nursing satisfaction performance according to the National Database of Nursing Quality Indictors.
Through our many well established professional practice councils and shared leadership model, Medical City Lewisville is committed to listening to our nursing voice; which drives outcomes and impacts practice environments using evidence-based research.
We take pride in being able to support our Nurses through:
• Career enhancement reward systems
• Tuition reimbursement to advance nursing education
• Assistance with obtaining professional nursing certifications
• Professional Nursing library and relaxation room
Come join a team where Nurses say:
"It's very much like family here. Everyone is friendly and gets to know one another. We take pride in the fact we have such a friendly culture while still being able to deliver exceptional care that rivals larger organizations."
Position Summary & Responsibilities :
The Registered Nurse Case Manager is part of a collaborative process that assesses plans, implements, coordinates, monitors and evaluations health care delivery systems. Based on the needs and values of patients and in collaboration with all service providers, the case manager links patients with appropriate resources throughout the continuum of health care settings to assist with achievement of optimal health. Case management is characterized by advocacy, communication, and resource management and promotes quality and cost-effective interventions and outcomes.
Minimum Position Requirements :
a. TX RN License
b. Certification in Case Management (CCM) (desired)
a. ADN required
b. BSN preferred. Enroll in BSN program within 6 months of hire, obtain BSN within
a. Knowledge of Milliman's Care Guideline, Interqual, and regulatory agencies
b. At least 2 years recent or past medical/surgical/ED/ICU/PCU experience
c. Must maintain current acute care clinical knowledge
d. Ability to assess discharge planning needs of a diverse patient population