Florida Medical Center - Fort Lauderdale, FL (30+ days ago)3.4

Full Time/Days

Reporting to the Manager of Case Management, the Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioner of Case Management (ARNP, CM) coordinates primary health care planning for patients in collaboration with physicians and hospital personnel. This practitioner is responsible for managing health complexities and coordinating the scope of care for case management in accordance with State and Federal rules and regulations and the nursing standards of care (assessment of health status, diagnosis, development of plan of care and treatment, implementation of treatment plan, evaluation of patient status, care coordination and discharge planning). Case and clinical management is conducted as an inter-collaborative process.

The ARNP CM assesses the general health status of patients by providing histories and physical evaluations, and monitoring of appropriate laboratory, radiographic, and procedural studies. This practitioner acts as liaison between patient, family members, hospital staff, and physicians, and serves as clinical resource to staff, providing education to enhance patient outcomes. This practitioner works closely with Case Managers and Social Workers to identify patients’ needs and facilitate discharges including required discharge and transfer forms, and all pertinent care documentation.

Current FL ARNP License

Current BLS Certification

Current ACLS Certification

Minimum of one (1) year of experience as ARNP preferred

Able to navigate and connect successfully with outside provider networks

Basic Computer Skills

JOB: Case Management/Home Health
PRIMARY LOCATION: Fort Lauderdale, Florida
FACILITY: Florida Medical Center
JOB TYPE: Full-Time

Employment practices will not be influenced or affected by an applicant’s or employee’s race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy), national origin, age, disability, genetic information, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, veteran status or any other legally protected status. Tenet will make reasonable accommodations for qualified individuals with disabilities unless doing so would result in an undue hardship.