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    Field Based Case Manager Essex and Hudson County, NJ

    Some responsibilities include:

    As a Field Based Case Manager, you’ll wear many hats, and work in a variety of environments. Sometimes, you’ll interact with members leaving the hospital – possibly with new medications or diagnoses. Or perhaps you’ll perform home visits, assisting members with safe, effective transitions from care environments to where they live. You may also act as an intermediary between providers and members – serving in numerous roles, such as educator, evaluator, service coordinator, community resource researcher and more. The result? Fewer hospitalizations, ER visits and costly service gaps; and a less stressed, more effective health care system for us all. Want more flexibility, want more autonomy? Work from your own home and coordinate a visiting schedule that is mutually beneficial to you and the members we serve.

    What makes your clinical career greater with UnitedHealth Group? You’ll work within an incredible team culture; a clinical and business collaboration that is learning and evolving every day. And, when you contribute, you’ll open doors for yourself that simply do not exist in any other organization, anywhere.

    Apply for this position with your eyes wide open.

    Primary Responsibilities:

    Visit Medicaid members in their homes and / or other settings, including community centers, hospitals or providers’ offices
    Provide a complete continuum of quality care through close communication with members via in – person or on – phone interaction
    Support members with condition education, medication reviews and connections to resources such as Home Health Aides or Meals on Wheels
    Assist members with the transition from a care facility back to their home

    To find out more visit Indeed.com and search for the position title and company. Apply now. Jobs go fast!

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