Two (2) Career Opportunities Subcontracting with CCM
Introduction: The Center for Case Management specializes in providing current case management experts to the healthcare industry. It is what differentiates us and makes us so helpful to our clients. So if you are job-hunting, recently retired, working part-time, or on sabbatical, we hope you will consider joining us as a subcontractor. We cannot guarantee specific numbers of days of work, but we will try to give you as much time as you want to work. Daily professional fees are negotiable, depending on depth and breadth of your experience.
You will receive FULL SUPPORT from us:
- Every CCM contract is led by a CCM executive
- Interim Directors receive weekly phone support from our most experienced interim
- Learn how to provide strategic planning for the future of case management
- Join teams of other experts on assessments
- Gain access to almost 30 years of case management knowledge and know-how!
1. Pediatric RN or MSW Case Management Expert
- 5 years’ experience as an inpatient case management leader on a pediatric unit or pediatric hospital
- Masters’ degree required
- Outpatient or home care experience preferred
- Minimum of 1 year commitment to CCM required
2. Interim RN or MSW Directors of Case Management Departments
- 5 years’ experience as a case management director
- Masters’ degree required
- Minimum Commitment is 3-4 days/week for 6 months
- CMAC (Case Management Administrator-Certified) preferred
The Center for Case Management occasionally has openings for skilled sub-contractors, please feel free to submit your CV for consideration to Sue Wilson Hall at email@example.com
Cedars-Saini, LA is seeking an Associate Director, Case Management
Every Ambition. Every Innovation. Everything We Have.
At Cedars-Sinai, our people are our heart and soul. We’re driven by a collective spirit of innovation, and we’re motivated by the challenge to continuously improve. Above all, we share a passion for exceptional patient care. Day after day, from department to department, our people give their all so that patients can have an experience unlike any other. This unique culture—paired with the fact that we have some of the best professionals in healthcare—is just one of the many reasons we’ve earned our fourth-consecutive Magnet designation. From working with a team of world-class professionals to using state-of-the-art facilities, you’ll have everything you need to do something incredible—for yourself, and for others. Join us, and discover why U.S. News & World Report has named us one of America’s Best Hospitals.
The Associate Director of Case Management is responsible for overseeing day-to-day operations of the RN Case Management staff for the 886-bed medical center. The candidate must establish and implement appropriate staffing levels and work assignments, developing performance criteria for staff, serving as an expert resource on laws, policies and operational procedures, and ensuring that the operations of the Case Management department are consistent with organizational goals and objectives.
Requirements include a California RN License, American Heart Association BCLS, MSN, MPH or MBA, and CCM specialty certification. The ideal candidate will have eight to ten years’ experience supervising at a Director/Nurse Manager level managing staffing performing the UM/Case Management function in a minimum 500 bed acute facility. In addition to ten years of acute case management experience, and five years of acute RN, M/S or ICU experience in an academic medical center. S/He must be a competent leader with a proven track record of successfully managing RN case managers in a large academic medical center.
In addition to professional development opportunities, Cedars-Sinai offers a competitive compensation and benefits package. For more information contact Norma Pringle, Talent Advisor at 310-423-5564 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cedars-Sinai is an Equal Opportunity Employer that welcomes and encourages diversity in the workplace. EEO/AA/F/Veteran/Disabled
Director of Case Management needed in Southern Middle Tennessee
The Director of Care Management is responsible for leading, directing, and fully deploying initiatives that fundamentally transform models of care which support the unique, individualized needs of patients. Goals of this position include decreasing fragmented, episodic care by developing alternative designs of care delivery to promote coordination of care, improve patient education of self-management skills, and act as the conduit for evidence-based literature/best practices to the clinical community. This individual supports the infrastructure development of the coordination of care model, engages the workforce in process redesign, evidence based care pathways, and identifying and implementing cross continuum strategies. They will consult regularly with leadership and recommend priorities for system strategic planning based on external payor requirements, regulatory requirements, CMS projects, known best practice for performance excellence, and internal trends.
Experience Level required or Preferred: RN with BSN, Master Degree or equivalent preferred; 5 years of acute hospital experience as a direct care clinician or care manager; 1 year experience in non-hospital base health care setting (physician’s office, home care, insurance provider); Previous experience managing staff or leading a successful large scale project implementation.
Westmont Search has been retained by a large and well-respected Medical Center who serves more than 200,000 people across southern Middle Tennessee to conduct a search for a Director of Care Management.
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