The Case Management Coordinator provides support to the inpatient and ambulatory case management processes. The coordinator reviews hospital admissions and discharge information on a daily basis and enters and updates referrals into the IDX system as needed. In addition, the coordinator assists in identifying, tracking and coordinating services for patients who fall under/qualify for the department's ambulatory and disease state management programs. These patient populations include medically and socially fragile patients, patients who inappropriately access services, and patients who have complicated medical regimes and need additional assistance.
Review hospital admissions information and enter/update inpatient, SNF, home health and DME referrals as necessary.
Print and distribute daily census.
Seek and accept referrals for target patient populations, i.e. fragile seniors, catastrophic and transplant cases, frequent utilizer of ER and inpatient services, and patients diagnosed with specific diseases (cancer, asthma, COPD, AIDS, etc.).
Act as a liaison, gather information and track all patients referred to the ACM/disease state management programs.
Assist in coordinating care for specific high risk/high cost patient population, including referrals t community resources, facilitation of medical services, referral to ancillary providers, etc.
Document all patient specific information in appropriate information systems.
Assist in verifying health plan benefits and coordinating ambulatory services.
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