Care Managers are found working all over the healthcare industry. The primary role of a Care Manager is to facilitate communication between different caregivers in the advocacy of the patient. Care Managers are often in contact with multiple doctors, nurses, and specialists to best coordinate the directives of each care specialist into a seamless health plan for the patient. Care Managers are found in large institutions such as hospitals and inpatient care centers in higher numbers than in smaller care facilities.
A Care Manager typically has a bachelor's in a medical field, has completed their residency, practiced for at least ten years and has obtained there Masters Degree in healthcare. Registered Health Information Administrator (RHIA) Certification is a big plus in the field. Managing multiple patients and their progress can be an overwhelming task. A willingness to put in long hours and be available out of standard work times is a common expectation in the field. Having genuine interest and compassion in each patient will bring great satisfaction to those who seek this profession.
Here at XYZ Inc., we are the leading company in our industry in the Capital City area. We're pleased to have a 3.8 Glassdoor rating from our employees. We are hiring an experienced Care Manager to help us keep growing. If you're dedicated and ambitious, XYZ Inc. is an excellent place to grow your career. Don't hesitate to apply.