Transitional Care Navigator / East Valley
This position coordinates the patient's transition from an acute care facility to the post-acute setting or to the patient's home with community or other resources, based on the recommendations provided by the inpatient Care Today team. This position performs follow-up tasks identified in the inpatient discharge care plan for management of Banner patients across the health-care continuum.
Performs transfer of accurate, pertinent patient information between all appropriate entities of the post-acute care continuum. Essential component to the success of the Care Coordination Care Tomorrow team.
- High school diploma/GED or equivalent working knowledge. The position requires a proficiency level typically achieved with 3 years of experience in health-care as a Nursing Assistant, Medical Assistant, Health Unit Coordinator, Patient Care Tech, etc.
- Basic Life Support (BLS) Certification
On-Call is required.
With our rapidly changing hospital environment and the need to manage patients through the continuum, quickly coordinate discharge/transitioning of hospital patients to a post-acute settings, this positin will float around the East Valley. Can you work the AZ East side hospitals located below?
730a-6p, four 10-hour shifts, every other weekend, 1 major and 1 minor holiday
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This position supports the smooth, timely, and coordinated client transition from acute care to alternative levels of care including but not limited to post-acute settings, community services, or physician offices as directed by the care coordination team. This position performs follow-up tasks identified in the inpatient discharge care plan for management of Banner patients across the healthcare continuum.
High school diploma/GED or equivalent working knowledge.
The position requires a proficiency level typically achieved with 3 years experience in healthcare as a Nursing Asst, Medical Asst, Health Unit Coordinator, Patient Care Tech, etc. Must demonstrate effective communication and customer service skills, human relation skills and time management skills with flexibility in responding to multiple demands. In acute care must be able to work flexible hours and work after hours/weekends on rotation.BLS is required for acute-care settings where direct patient care is provided. (BLS is not required for employees working in the Insurance Division.)
Additional related education and/or experience preferred.