Clinical Manager Case Management Skagit Regional Health – Mount Vernon, WA
Located in picturesque Northern Washington, Skagit Regional Health offers a gorgeous location with endless year-round outdoor activities, delicious restaurants and strong educational systems. The Clinical Manager Case Management will have an immense opportunity for growth within this well-renowned healthcare system. Skagit Regional Health, the umbrella name for Skagit Valley Hospital and Cascade Valley Hospital and Clinics, is a health care leader in Northwest Washington, providing advanced, quality and comprehensive services to the people of our communities. If you are looking to advance your career in growing hospital, this is the perfect opportunity for you!
What you’ll do:
· Provide oversight for coordinating the departmental operations of Case Management.
· Provide services for patients of all ages, and interacts directly with physicians in a collaborative effort to facilitate best practice.
· Work with Director in monitoring and improving the quality of services provided in Case Management, and promotes SRH's Mission and Values. Attends management meetings as required. Supports and communicates change in a positive manner.
· Assist with new employee orientation and oversees training exercises for existing staff.
· Assist Director by providing input into capital and operational budget planning. Assists in review, revision, implementation of policies and procedures, structure standards, protocols, standards of practice and care plans.
· Plan for the staffing needs of the department. Understands SRH's organizational structure and follows chain of command. Acts as a resource person within Case Management.
· Promote teamwork with other departments.
· Work on special projects as assigned. Responsible for the development, implementation and ongoing evaluation of department-level projects.
· Assist with the development of patient/family education programs as needed.
· Complies with all SRH Policies and Procedures. Performs other duties as assigned by Director.
What you’ll bring:
Education: Graduate of an accredited school of nursing. BSN or Bachelor degree in related field or current enrollment in BSN program required.
Experience/Training: Minimum two years prior supervisory or management experience required. Minimum two years of clinical experience.
License/Certifications: Active and unrestricted Washington State Registered Nurse license, required. Current American Heart Association (AHA) Healthcare provider BLS required. Certified Case Manager (CCM) designation preferred.
Additional Salary Information: Depending on Experience
About Skagit Regional Health
Skagit Regional Health is a healthcare leader in northwest Washington state, providing advanced technology and high quality, patient-centered care to the people of Skagit, Island and north Snohomish Counties. The providers, clinicians and staff who providecompassionate care to patients in our facilities, live and play in the communities they serve.
The Skagit Regional Health system is diverse and comprehensive, offering a connected continuum of care across the region. The Skagit Regional Health system includes two acute care hospitals and approximately two dozen outpatient clinics; serving ruralcommunities such as Darrington, island communities such as Camano and Anacortes and growing hubs such as Mount Vernon, Arlington and Smokey Point.
Our large health system connects patients with advanced services that were not previously accessible in smaller communities. For example, our continuum of care allows patients from Arlington to undergo state-of-the-art robotics surgery in Mount Vernon,while staying within their current health system and avoiding a trip through Seattle traffic. High demand and highly specialized services such as orthopedics, cancer care and cardiology are off...ered in multiple locations and accessible to Skagit RegionalHealth patients across the system. Our providers and specialists are connected by a single Electronic Health Record, so a patient’s primary care physician is always in sync with other members of their Skagit Regional Health care team.
Skagit Regional Health is committed to providing and enhancing healthcare services and has a vision to “transform healthcare by improving access, service, quality and efficiency in support of our goal of a healthier community.” In tandem withthis commitment is the focus of our clinical teams to provide compassionate, patient-centered care to every patient, every time.