Providence Health & Services Resource Coordinator - Care Management in Portland, Oregon
Providence is calling a Care Management Resource Coordinator (1.0 FTE, Days) to Providence St. Vincent Medical Center in Portland, OR. This is a temporary position that will last approximately 4 months.
We are seeking a Care Management Resource Coordinator who will provide a variety of support functions for the patients and Care Management Department. Coordinates and manages all written and oral communication inter/intra-departmentally.
In this position you will have the following responsibilities:
At the direction of Care Management team (RN-Care Manager, Social Worker, Care Transition Coordinator) assists with the following duties:
Assist with chart documentation.
Assist with patient discharge transportation.
Assist with Skilled Nursing Facility authorization, insurance verification and benefit eligibility.
Gather patient information from medical record and fax referrals to appropriate sources: SNF, ICF, Acute Hospital, AFH, ALF, RCP and appropriate community resources.
Complete data entry on PAF tracking tools and vouchers.
Process check requests to pay invoices for the PAF account.
Meet with patients and family as directed by RNCM.
Attend and participate in interdisciplinary rounds as indicated.
Information, data and technology support:
Design, coordinate, and manage basic databases to store information related to Nursing Informatics and Nursing Quality as requested.
Assist care management team with data collection and information activities as requested.
Ensure confidentiality and security of protected health information when reporting data and information by eliminating key identifiers from data presentation or using alternative methods to identify patient specific information.
Participate in committees and projects that my include both facility-based committees as well as statewide committees as requested.
Act as an IS Liaison. Submit and monitor IS requests on an ongoing basis.
Run and provide monthly reports to care management manager and to staff as needed.
General Department Duties:
Provide meeting support, prepares support documents, reserves rooms, services requests, take meeting minutes.
Order and maintain office equipment, supplies.
Develop and maintain filing system to include correspondence, forms, related documents to care management department.
Communication & interpersonal relationships:
Serve as the initial contact person and receptionist for Care Management. Provide initial level of response to questions from hospital staff, patients and community members.
Screen and direct persons and telephone calls coming into Care Management appropriately.
Coordinate and schedule interviews and appointments for staff on request.
Convey a warm, personal, caring attitude by phone and in person.
Maintain confidentiality of all information.
Required qualifications for this position include:
High School Diploma or Equivalent
3 years Administrative experience preferably in healthcare industry
Preferred qualifications for this position include:
- Associate's Degree
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Job Category: Administrative (Non-Clinical)
Req ID: 267972