Seniorlink, Inc.

RN Care Manager

US-MA-East Boston
ID
2017-2266
Type
Regular Full-Time
Company
Caregiver Homes

About Us

SOLUTIONS THAT BLEND HUMAN TOUCH WITH TECHNOLOGY …

At Seniorlink, we’ve spent nearly twenty years helping risk-bearing entities deliver high-quality, person-centered care more efficiently with solutions that range from our intensive in-home care model, Caregiver Homes to our advanced care collaboration platform, Vela. Our success lies in streamlining how interdisciplinary care teams coordinate and provide care, with care collaboration solutions that foster greater engagement among family caregivers and patients, and better outcomes for patients and providers.

 

Position Summary:

The Registered Nurse Care Manager (RN) works collaboratively as part of a care management team to assess consumer needs, establish a person-centric plan of care, conduct regularly scheduled home visits.  The RN coaches, advocates and educates caregivers to assist with the daily health and well-being needs of consumers.

What You Will Do:

  • Completes and coordinates all applicable clinical assessments and clinical evaluations
  • Trains, evaluates and supports Caregivers in conjunction with the care manager as needed on an on-going basis
  • Coordinates consumer placement following acceptance to program and ensures that all required forms and standard procedures are followed for the placement process. Conducts orientation training for each caregiver before the caregiver enters the program as well as on-going training.
  • Reviews the caregiver notes daily and appropriately addresses changes in the consumer’s condition or environment
  • Plans and implements discharges and transition from the AFC program

What You Will Bring:

Must hold an active Registered Nurse (RN) License in the state of employment.  Minimum two (2) years of recent experience in direct care of elders or adults with disabilities. Experience in case management, care planning and assessment for cases including but not limited to eldercare, people with disabilities, and other complex medical needs in a health care, long-term care, social service or community setting.  Valid driver's license.  Additional state-specific qualifications may be required. Spanish speaking preferred.

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