The Whole Person Care Program (WPCP) RN Care Coordinator will provide intensive case management services to homeless, high risk, high utilizing Medi-Cal and Medi-Medi beneficiaries and achieve reduced total cost of care through lowering the number of emergency room visits and hospital inpatient admissions. The RN Care Coordinator will provide comprehensive case management and coordination of care and services to people enrolled in the WPCP and will provide screening and enrollment of participants, outreach, assessment, care coordination, education, patient empowerment and utilization review, including field work and home visits and use of Telehealth technology as needed. The RN Care Coordinator participates in data collection and analysis to support care management outcomes and identify performance improvement opportunities. The RN Care Coordinator builds important relationships with patients, meeting on a one-on-one basis, acting as a liaison to primary, specialty and ancillary services. The RN Care Coordinator acts as patient advocate through the continuum and is available to the patient and community based entities as a resource to facilitate communication.
Current California RN license upon hire and maintain current.
Current CPR or BLS certification upon hire and maintain current.
Current CA Driver’s License with clean driving record.
Typing 35 WPM or higher.
Minimum one year community health experience as a Registered Nurse.
Experience working with homeless, alcohol and drug addicted, mentally ill, and special needs populations.
Familiarity with social service resources in Shasta County.
Previous experience working with:
Complex Care – patients with multiple ongoing medical and social concerns.
Case Management – patients with acute, time-limited medical needs.
Disease Management – patient with single (or non-complicated) chronic conditions.
Preventive Health – wellness support and preventive services for health patients.
Additional Salary Information: Rate commensurate with experience
Internal Number: 1423
About Shasta Community Health Center
Shasta Community Health Center is a non-profit primary health care system. SCHC is based in Redding California and serves Shasta and surrounding counties and communities since 1988.
Shasta Community Health Center’s mission is to provide quality health care services to the medically underserved populations of our communities.