General Summary: This position provides nurse case management services to patients of the CCP in order to increase adherence and optimize the health of participants requiring medical case management.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Identify patient biopsychosocial needs and develop plan of care in collaboration with patient and medical provider.
Provide education to patients concerning disease and medications.
Assist patients in understanding lab results and how the results affect their overall health.
Promote adherence to medications and importance of keeping medical visits.
Refer patients to hospital and community resources.
Assess patients for Ryan White eligibility funding.
Complete appropriate case management documentation according to agency requirements.
Participate in relevant training, clinical supervision, conferences and meetings as a member of research support or educational projects.
Duties are varied in nature, requiring the solving of both commonly encountered and unusual problems. Significant independence of action is expected. Work is guided by nursing ethical standards, JHU and JHBMC policies, and the requirements of resource agencies.
Essential Job Functions:
Provide medical case management services to patients following the Ryan White Grant guidelines
Collaborate with care team to discuss issues and needs of patients
Assist with Ryan White reporting requirements such as monthly CareWare reports and required quality improvement reports
Enter medical case management visit data into CareWare
Act as a lead for two to three Community Health Workers; assigning duties as well as tracking time and work productivity
Special Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
Collect, compile and organize facts in order to interpret information, select, and implement an appropriate plan of action.
Demonstrate general knowledge of HIV disease, treatment, resources; associated mental health and psychosocial support needs
Ability to educate patients concerning HIV, substance abuse, medication compliance and side effects.
Skilled in dealing with issues related to substance abuse, human behavior, crisis intervention, family dynamics, stages of development and the grief process
Knowledge of community based service delivery systems
Knowledge specific to public entitlement programs related to health care
Skilled in collaboration with multidisciplinary teams
Skilled in biopsychosocial assessment and cultural elements of nurse case management practice
Knowledgeable about the current health care environment
Capacity to gather and synthesize relevant data
Skilled in crisis intervention, psychiatric evaluation, and substance use assessment
Able to work with culturally diverse patients, staff, and community populations
Strong organizational, writing, and verbal communication skills
Strong attention to detail and follow through
Must be able to provide consultative services to medical providers.
Must be able to move between multiple tasks while balancing priorities in an unpredictable environment which requires a high level of flexibility and responsiveness
Computer literate, use of word processing
Required Licensure, Certification, Registration:
RN, Licensed in the State of MD
Current CPR certification
Preferred Education and Experience:
Preferred: Bachelor’s degree in nursing or related discipline.
Prefer one or more years of nurse case management experience in a healthcare or public welfare setting with knowledge of HIV, substance abuse, and psychiatric illness.
Classified Title: Clinical Nurse Case Manager Working Title: Clinical Nurse Case Manager Role/Level/Range: ACRP/03/ME Starting Salary Range: $60,945-$83,865 Employee group: Full Time Schedule: M-F, 8:30 am - 5:00 pm Exempt Status: Exempt Location: 33-MD:Johns Hopkins Bayview Department name: 10002787-SOM DOM Bay Chemical Dependency Personnel area: School of Medicine
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