The Registered Nurse Case Manager is responsible for assisting Staten Island Health Plan (SIHP) HARP members identified at risk for recidivism, discontinuous care, or as members of special needs populations who present with complex needs for coordination of their behavioral health service with other aspects of their care. The HARP Case Manager is responsible for assisting these assigned members to care at all levels of the continuum, and for providing any and all required field visits, discharge coordination, referrals to care, plan of care development, and care coordination as needed. The Case Manager executes these responsibilities consistent with the applicable SIHP’s policies and procedures. A HARP Case Manager represents the organization to providers, member groups and families, and participates in the overall administration of clinical operations as warranted.
The HARP Case Manager is expected to bring a level of clinical leadership to the care management department. These case managers are specifically chosen based upon a targeted area of practice, supported by education, training and experience, with expertise in the delivery of behavioral health care to a given population. In addition, a case manager may serve as the care management lead for other members of his/her team. Case managers are responsible to meet with members in their homes, hospitals and other outpatient settings.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES
Associates degree required. Bachelor’s preferred.
Additional Educational requirements:
SKILLS & ABILITIES
Staten Island Performing Provider System offers a competitive salary and full benefits.
Please send a resume to Ashley Restaino at email@example.com.