• RN CASE MANAGER

RN CASE MANAGER
Kodiak Area Native Association
Kodiak, Alaska

KANA is searching for high functioning candidates who are proactive and passionate about providing high quality nursing care. RN Case Managers will coordinate preventive health care services, assist in chronic disease management, coordinate referrals and deliver professional nursing services.
A successful candidate would have exceptional communication, computer, and problem-solving skills. You should be resourceful, analytical, adaptable, and organized with the ability to build rapport with clients.

RN CASE MANAGER RESPONSIBILITIES
Coordinates preventative health care services, such as well child check, prostate exams, mammography, pap smears, colorectal screenings, etc.
Assists in chronic disease management, such as chronic kidney disease, congestive heart failure, HIV/AIDS, Rheumatoid Arthritis, etc.
Serves as first point of contact for patients within their assigned medical provider's panel.
Coordinates prior/pre-authorizations, assisting with appointments, medication refills, and obtaining up-to-date medical records in EHR.
Reviews monthly statistics generated from RPMS, iCare, reminder reports and EHR whenever possible to identify opportunities for improvement.
Monitors planning, delivery, monitoring and evaluating patient care activities to identify and implement Quality Improvement initiatives.
Arranges and tracks the progress of referrals and outcomes of patient care to ensure proper follow-up and evaluate patient care delivery.
Coordinates multi-disciplinary patient care conferences as needed.
Provides appropriate patient education, addressing both preventive and acute health care needs.
Travels to outlying villages to provide nursing support with medical providers as needed.
Performs all duties of a Registered Nurse as needed.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS
Bachelor's degree (B.S.N.) from four-year College or university in nursing; and one to two years related experience and/or training. Licensed as a Registered Nurse; Current BLS and CPR certifications
Ability to read, analyze, and interpret professional journals, technical procedures, or governmental regulations. Ability to write reports and procedure manuals. Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from groups of managers, clients, customers, and the general public.
Ability to calculate figures and amounts such as proportions, percentages, and volume. Ability to apply concepts of basic algebra.
Ability to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of concrete variables in situations where only limited standardization exists. Ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram, or schedule form.
Intermediate knowledge of Database, Internet, Spreadsheet and Word Processing software.

KANA'S OUTSTANDING EMPLOYMENT BENEFITS INCLUDE
Group Medical, Dental, & Vision Benefits | Life, AD&D, Short Term, and Long Term Disability Insurance | 401(k) Retirement Plan with 7% Employer Contribution | 403(b) & 457(b) Optional Retirement Plans | Eleven Paid Holidays | Paid Time Off | Employee Assistance Program (EAP) | Free Membership to our KANA Wellness Center | IHS, NHSC & SHARP loan repayment site eligible

ABOUT THE COMPANY
Kodiak Area Native Association (KANA) is celebrating 52 years of providing exceptional healthcare and community based services to the Kodiak area. KANA is a non-profit corporation that provides outstanding healthcare and support programs for the Alaska Natives of the Koniag region. The Koniag region includes the City of Kodiak and six Alaska Native villages on the island of Kodiak. Services include an Ambulatory Medical Care and Dental Care, Pharmacy, Contract Health, Community Health Aide Program, Substance Abuse Prevention, Intervention/Outreach, Social Services, non-clinical community Mental Health, and Youth Prevention Projects. Other services include Women, Infant and Children (WIC) program, Vocational Rehabilitation, Early Childhood programs, Education, Employment and Training programs, Village Public Safety, a full service Fitness Center and Tribal Operations/Environmental Health.

AREA INFORMATION
Kodiak City is located on Kodiak Island in the Gulf of Alaska. Kodiak is accessible by ferry on the Alaska Marine Highway System or by plane. The population of Kodiak Island area, including the US Coast Guard base is estimated at 14,000 on island with the majority of the population living in Kodiak City. Kodiak weather is marine temperate meaning that we normally don't get as cold in the winters, or as hot in the summers. Kodiak offers an extensive amount of outdoor activities such as well mapped trail network, fishing and hunting opportunities, marine harbor, easy access to beaches, mountains and rivers. Kodiak also has an all-inclusive community style with many ways to be involved in community events.
The spectacular scenic beauty of Kodiak Island offers a backdrop for an abundance of outdoor and family activities, including world-class fishing, hunting, wildlife viewing, kayaking and hiking just minutes from your door. Its sometimes harsh climate is balanced by mild temperatures and unparalleled wilderness splendor that provides Kodiak's residents with a unique lifestyle in a relaxed island paradise.

JOIN OUR TEAM!
Please visit our careers page at http://kodiakhealthcare.org/careers/ to view our current list of vacancies and to apply online.

CONTACT INFORMATION
HUMAN RESOURCES
Main Line (907) 486-9800
Fax (907) 486-9896
careers@kodiakhealthcare.org
3449 Rezanof Drive
Kodiak, Alaska 99615
www.kodiakhealthcare.org


WE LOOK FORWARD TO RECEIVING AN APPLICATION FROM YOU
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PostedJune 14, 2018