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Through our family of businesses and a lot of inspired individuals, we're building a high-performance Healthcare system that works better for more people in more ways than ever. Now we're looking to reinforce our team with people who are decisive, brilliant and built for speed. Join with us and start doing your life’s best work.
As a Care Coordinator, you will act in a liaison role with United Healthcare Medicare & Retirement members to ensure appropriate care is accessed as well as to provide home and social assessments and member education.
Positions in this function require
education/certification/licensure other than an RN, such as BSW, MSW,
Respiratory Therapist, or other.
- Visit Medicaid members in their homes and/or other settings, including community centers, hospitals or providers' offices
- Provide a complete continuum of quality care through close communication with members via in-person or on-phone interaction
- Support members with condition education, medication reviews and connections to resources such as Home Health Aides or Meals on Wheels
- Keep member actively engaged with their primary physician
- Support the member to ensure pick-up of their Rx or sign them up for mail delivery of their prescriptions
- Assist members with the transition from a care facility back to their home
- Provide member education
- Support transitions of care
- Help to keep members compliant with their care plans
- Partner with care team (community, providers, internal staff)
- Knowledge and continued learning of community cultures and values
- May conduct Health Risk Assessments via phone or in person, if needed
- Provides clinical and medical management services, including case management, health assessments, interventions, and discharge planning