Job Details

  • Title: Registered Nurse
  • Code: RCI-LON-20693-1
  • Location: Baltimore Maryland (MD) 21230
  • Posted Date: 07/23/2019
  • Duration: 12 Months
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  Job Description

Primary Duties And Accountabilities

  • Identifies cases involving high frequency and high-risk injuries/illnesses, and performs ongoing evaluation and treatment plans for all identified cases.
  • Determines essential job functions and identifies and implements necessary limitations, accommodations and part-time work for high frequency/high risk cases in which such an intervention could reduce the length of disability.
  • Identifies cases requiring Physician level review for case management, coordinates the review process and implements recommendations.
  • Candidate needs experience with Occupational Health (worker's comp, disability, at work injuries, etc.)
  • Coordinates with benefits, legal, employee relations, safety and industrial hygiene supervisors and other company areas for case management factors, concepts and concerns.
  • Performs urgent care and provides intervention for injuries and/or illnesses which impact the employee's or contractor’s ability to perform in the work place.
  • Establishes and maintains a confidential record keeping system for all cases involved in the case management process to support the process and all decisions made as part of the process.
  • This position is responsible to be on call 24/7

Required:

  • Registered Nurse, Nurse Practitioner, Physician Assistant (Licensed in State where service provided)
  • Knowledge and understanding of the provision of case management for workers compensation, disability, limited duty, safety, Industrial Hygiene, healthcare plans, regulatory medical requirements and external healthcare resources.
  • 2 years, depending on experience and work history, of occupational health nursing or related field
  • Ability to work in and contribute to a team environment.

Preferred:

  • BSN, CCM, COHN, MSN, MPH or masters in related field
  • 3-4 years, depending on experience and work history, of occupational health nursing or related field
  • Evaluation, assessment, solving, and negotiating skills.