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QUALIFICATIONS:A current, unrestricted Ohio state licensure or certification in a health or human services discipline that allows the professional to conduct an assessment independently as permitted within the scope of practice of the disciplineEligibility to hold a multi-state licenses as needed to meet the needs of the companyTwo years full-time equivalent of direct clinical care to the consumer andPrefer a minimum of one (1) year of active case management experience in worker's compensationMaintains continuing education as required to maintain licensure and certificationExcellent leadership, verbal/written communication skills, strong organizational skills, and excellent decision making and judgment ROLE AND RESPONSIBILITIES FOR THE CASE MANAGER: Reports directly to The Case Management Team LeadServe as the first point of post-injury contact after triage, developing and managing return to work opportunities with injured workers, designated network providers, and employer contactsAssess the appropriateness of the level of care, diagnostic tests and clinical procedures for utilization review on a concurrent basisWork closely with Utilization Review team in coordinating C-9 (treatment plan)/vocational rehab plans ongoing until completionAssess quality and clinical risk issues on a concurrent basis; report any recognized issue to the Case Management Team LeadAssess documentation of medical records for completeness on a concurrent basisAbility to obtain and interpret information appropriate to injured workers' needs as required for assessment, treatment, and patient care servicesAssess, develop, implement and monitor plan of care;Initiate communication and consistently communicate with the injured worker, employer, provider, BWC, and TPA (five-point contact, which could include attorney for IW/employer)Provide education and guidance to all parties to the claim; this includes: claim review at staffings, and/or providing direction to any member of the five-point contactDevelop and maintain a positive work atmosphere and support overall team; demonstrate ability to work within a team structurePractice capable and effective problem identification and resolution skills as a method of sound decision makingMaintain confidentialityWork independently, efficiently, and deal with prioritiesUnderstand and uphold UniComp philosophy and demonstrate commitment to UniComp's core values: have a sense of urgency, be optimistic, promote independence, and respect human dignityPerform other duties as assignedPractice nursing within the Scope of Practice as designated by the State of Ohio Board of NursingEmployee may be asked to travel from time to time to attend employer meetings or other offsite functions. QUALIFICATIONS:A current, unrestricted Ohio state licensure or certification in a health or human services discipline that allows the professional to conduct an assessment independently as permitted within the scope of practice of the disciplineEligibility to hold a multi-state licenses as needed to meet the needs of the companyTwo years full-time equivalent of direct clinical care to the consumer andPrefer a minimum of one (1) year of active case management experience in worker's compensationMaintains continuing education as required to maintain licensure and certificationExcellent leadership, verbal/written communication skills, strong organizational skills, and excellent decision making and judgment ROLE AND RESPONSIBILITIES FOR THE CASE MANAGER: Reports directly to The Case Management Team LeadServe as the first point of post-injury contact after triage, developing and managing return to work opportunities with injured workers, designated network providers, and employer contactsAssess the appropriateness of the level of care, diagnostic tests and clinical procedures for utilization review on a concurrent basisWork closely with Utilization Review team in coordinating C-9 (treatment plan)/vocational rehab plans ongoing until completionAssess quality and clinical risk issues on a concurrent basis; report any recognized issue to the Case Management Team LeadAssess documentation of medical records for completeness on a concurrent basisAbility to obtain and interpret information appropriate to injured workers' needs as required for assessment, treatment, and patient care servicesAssess, develop, implement and monitor plan of care;Initiate communication and consistently communicate with the injured worker, employer, provider, BWC, and TPA (five-point contact, which could include attorney for IW/employer)Provide education and guidance to all parties to the claim; this includes: claim review at staffings, and/or providing direction to any member of the five-point contactDevelop and maintain a positive work atmosphere and support overall team; demonstrate ability to work within a team structurePractice capable and effective problem identification and resolution skills as a method of sound decision makingMaintain confidentialityWork independently, efficiently, and deal with prioritiesUnderstand and uphold UniComp philosophy and demonstrate commitment to UniComp's core values: have a sense of urgency, be optimistic, promote independence, and respect human dignityPerform other duties as assignedPractice nursing within the Scope of Practice as designated by the State of Ohio Board of NursingEmployee may be asked to travel from time to time to attend employer meetings or other offsite functions.

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