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Coordinator, Care Management (EDI)

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Employer
Park Nicollet Health Services
Posted
Monday, December 17, 2012
Closes
Sunday, January 13, 2013
Location
Melrose Institute, St. Louis Park
Category
Employment Status

Further information

Department: Outpatient Level 1 7808
Education requirement: Bachelor's Degree
Experience Required: 2+ years
Union Representation: Non-Union (100)
Work Schedule: Mostly day, some evening hours, possible weekend
Hours per pay period: 80
Job ID: 33157
Job Code: 2ZH
Date posted: Dec 17, 2012


Position Summary

The Care Management Coordinator is a member of the healthcare/treatment team. The CMC collaborates with the team to coordinate care management services that are designed to ensure access and to follow the care of patients across the continuum of care. The CMC works to promote and assure service accessibility, attention to individual needs, continuity of care, comprehensive and coordinated service delivery, culturally appropriate care and fiscal and professional accountability and on-going quality improvement. Bachelor's degree or equivalent health related education and experience. Previous clinical quality improvement, utilization review, discharge planning or case management preferred. Must have a valid driver’s license and meet the insurability requirements relating to Park Nicollet’s motor vehicle violation criteria. Additional Position Summary Detail: 2+ years Eating Disorder, Mental Health, coaching, or social experience and leadership experience preferred. Skills and Abilities required: a.) Ability to use critical thinking skills b.) Possesses ability to work collaboratively and establish rapport with manager and staff of multiple disciplines to assure positive outcomes. c.) Assertive interpersonal behaviors d.) Establishes person and professional credibility in the organization e.) Mature verbal and written communication and interpersonal skills f.) Demonstrates strength in managing complex situations, teaching, functioning as a positive change agent, conflict management, systems thinking and situation analysis. g.) Commit to creating a positive patient experience h.) Willing to act as a patient advocate  This position provides psychotherapy to patients and requires Park Nicollet to comply with the Minnesota Statute 148A.

Additional Information

The Organization

Rooted in suburban Minneapolis, Minnesota, Park Nicollet Health Services (PNHS) is an integrated health care delivery organization. The two largest entities that comprise PNHS are Park Nicollet Methodist Hospital, a 426-bed community hospital located in St. Louis Park, and Park Nicollet Clinic, a 500-plus, physician multi-specialty group with 25 offices in Minneapolis and its southern, western, and northern suburbs. PNHS truly is an integrated system, as processes of care are designed and managed across these entities to optimize the delivery of care for the patients and communities served.


Park Nicollet Mission, Vision and Values


Mission: Our mission is to care for and support the health, healing and learning of those we serve.


Vision: Everyone caring, every day, creating with the individuals we serve, optimal health and greater value.


Values:


Excellenceis the standard we apply to our work, achieving best possible outcomes and upholding the highest professional standards.


Caringis our heartfelt motivation to serve our patients and create the best possible experience.


Stewardshipis our commitment to create ever greater value with the resources entrusted to us.


Joyis what we experience when serving our patients and each other through a job well done.


Learningis the way we continually improve and create knowledge and value that can be shared.


What makes us unique?


Park Nicollet Health Services is a strong, stable and organically grown multi-specialty group practice within the affluent and highly educated western Twin City metropolitan area. PNHS has a long-standing commitment to quality, proficiency and stewardship, and has embarked on a pioneering effort to study, adopt and integrate the Toyota Production System’s Lean Methodology (Kaizen), enhancing previous gains realized from its Six Sigma efforts. Although PNHS has developed and engaged in strong business partnerships with local competitors, having a single hospital focus adds to its list of strengths and advantages. PNHS was one of the first integrated healthcare systems in the nation to adopt a unit medical record that is now electronic and ubiquitous.


To learn more about our organization, including our award winning care, please visit our website at www.parknicollet.com.


Park Nicollet Health Services