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Position Summary: The Clinical Care Coordinator (CCC), or Case Manager under general supervision, the CCC acts independently in coordinating and tracking patient care and providing discharge planning for patients within an episode of illness. The CCC participates in the development of the plan of inpatient care, according to patient specific age and/or developmental needs. In collaboration with the multidisciplinary health care team, utilizes clinical pathways in support of the provision of care. The CCC collaborates with other health care team members and with external payer sources in the delivery and coordination of care during a single episode of hospitalization through discharge to home or to next level of care. Also responsible for tracking of quality measures related to care coordination efforts.
Minimum Qualifications: Recent clinical experience required. Preferred: Two years in a specialty area within pediatrics. Recent experience in one of the following areas: Case Management; use of Clinical pathways; or Quality/Utilization Management and/or Review. Ability to utilize managed care, utilization management, and discharge planning concepts. Computer Literacy. Well-developed written and verbal communication skills. Demonstrated administrative and organizational skills required. Fluency in both English and Spanish desired.
Education/Licensure/Certifications: CA RN license with a bachelor’s degree in Nursing and AHA BLS is required.