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The Director of Care Management has primary responsibility for the systems and staff that support patient transitions of care to ensure safe discharge, post-acute care placement and continuity handoffs to ambulatory care setting. The Director is a resource to the NWHMC Care Team in the development of and effective use of population management methodology, care coordination strategies, intra-disciplinary coordination of care, complex case coordination, patient education/involvement methods, and effective discharge planning. The Director ensures the maintenance of care coordination records to meet the needs of the organization and regulatory bodies. Key to this position is the collaboration with colleagues and peers across UW Medicine and the Northwest region. The Director ensures the care management team is providing evidence-based care and actively supporting the UW Medicine Patients are First pillar goals
• Masters prepared Registered Nurse or Medical Social Worker
Licensure, Registration, Certification
• Current Washington State Licensure as a Registered Nurse or Medical Social Worker
• Certification in Care Management or related specialty preferred.
• Subject matter expert on care transitions, discharge planning, continuity of care, utilization review and quality improvement concepts and practice.
• Must have superb written and verbal communication skills and demonstrated commitment to collaborative practice and continuous quality improvement.
• Must have a broad knowledge of healthcare and acute care systems, as required to be actively involved in planning, implementation and evaluation of programs that impact the entire hospital.
• Able to set clear strategic vision
• Able to create comprehensive solutions
• Minimum of 5 years’ experience in nursing or social work with a minimum of 3 years in a leadership position in Care Management.
• Experience in both inpatient and ambulatory or home care setting is desirable.
Physical Demand Level: Sedentary
In an 8-hour workday, must be able to-
Lift / Carry 10 pounds occasionally