Be inspired to improve patient outcomes, and join the exceptional nurses of Reading Hospital.
The RN Case Manager provides clinically based telephonic case management assistance to support the delivery of effective and efficient patient care in inpatient and outpatient settings. The Case Manager is responsible for determining the appropriateness of care, developing and coordinating a plan of care, and communicating to appropriate parties the determination plans and coordination of identified services.
RN licensure in the State of Pennsylvania
4-5 years of Med-Surg/Acute Care nursing experience
Excellent organizational, interpersonal, and communication skills
Certified Case Manager (CCM) designation and managed care experience preferred
Experience with health coaching in an office setting a plus
Advancing Health. Transforming Lives.
Tower Health is a strong, regional, integrated healthcare system that offers leading-edge, compassionate healthcare and wellness services across Eastern Pennsylvania. We bring together more than 11,000 dedicated team members, 2,000 nationally recognized physicians, specialists, and providers across 65 convenient locations. Together, our six hospitals and other entities offer a full range of medical care to more than 2.5 million people. Here, we know that advancing the quality of care will transform the quality of life.
About Reading Hospital
Our nationally recognized flagship institution, Reading Hospital has served the local community since 1867. We’re a Magnet® designated facility with many specialties, a dedicated rehabilitation hospital, and affiliated medical offices, all committed to delivering access to the region’s highest quality care, leading-edge technology, and experienced medical professionals. Located in the friendly West Reading area, our main campus offers a variety of amenities that make working here every day a pleasure.
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