Rehab Admissions Liaison

Inova Health System - Falls Church, VA (30+ days ago)3.8


Inova Mount Vernon is hiring a full time Registered Nurse Rehab Admissions Liaison for their Rehab Services Department Performs baseline and ongoing assessment of potential patients; gathers all pertinent information regarding referral as defined by program policy. Understands rehab diagnoses, prognosis and clinical indicators in order to make an appropriate decision regarding admission to rehab program. Maintains working knowledge of insurance authorization and benefits requirements for rehabilitation services for program, facility and payor. Acquires and disseminates accurate payer information to facilitate the admission process, clarify any uncertainties and finalize authorization for admission. Develops and fosters positive relationships with ongoing and potential referral sources. Anticipates and monitors changes in market trends and referral patterns. Assists with plans and presentations of program information to referral sources, patients, families and professionals. Effectively communicates with both internal and external contacts in a collaborative style that is timely, that meets the needs of the referral source, care team member, patient or family and facilitates the rehab admission and referral process. BSN Required Requires local travel to various health facilities in the DC/VA/MD area. Experience Required: Minimum: 2 years clinical experience in acute rehab, ICU or med/surg
**Strongly prefer 5 years plus clinical experience in acute rehab, ICU or med/surg
***ACM or CRRN certification strongly preferred.

RN Licensure in Virginia required

EEO: M/F/Vets/Disabled

Requirements

Requires:

Clinical experience in acute rehab, ICU or med/surg,
Minimum: 2 years clinical experience in acute rehab, ICU or med/surg

BSN required
RN Licensure in Virginia required

Strong communication skills with internal and external contacts required. Works independently with minimal supervision

Work Site Location

INOVA FAIRFAX MEDICAL CAMPUS