Overview

Required skills & experience:

•You have a current, unrestricted license in the state in which you will be employed to practice

•You have 5+ years of experience providing clinical services to Adult and Geriatric individuals with co-occurring chronic medical and behavioral health conditions

•3+ years directly managing a team of RNs (or higher clinical training)

•Familiarity and willing to travel within the community (home-based member visits) and its healthcare systems (hospitals and rehab centers)

•Experience as an active participant in continuous quality improvement projects within a provider setting

•Possess exceptional triage, coordination and clinical assessment skills

•You are willing to work a full-time 40 hour work week, Monday-Friday with Saturday Rotation and participation in the on-call schedule

•70% of population treated will be pediatrics, so needs to have more RN background familiar with treating children

•This model is Hub based, so not as much out in the field and more treating patients from Client Hubs.

What you need to know:

•As the Manager, Nursing and Community Care, you will provide clinical, administrative, and managerial support to the RN team

•You will also partner with the Care Team Lead and other market leaders to support our interdisciplinary care teams

•You will support our RN team in providing holistic care and supporting their panel of members when they leave the hospital, receive new diagnoses, are preparing for a procedure, are managing their chronic illnesses, are in pain, or when they need additional education.

•You will ensure appropriate and timely documentation of notes, completion of assessments and member actions plans, regular visits, appropriate follow-up after transitions, and high quality and trauma informed clinical care

•You will support the RN team’s ongoing professional learning, training, and clinical development

•You will help drive and shape the delivery of the care model and help bridge the clinical, social, and behavioral health care models while modeling effective team work.