Inpatient Care Coordinator

Inpatient Care Coordinator

JL Daniels Staffing
March 29, 2019
Atlanta, Georgia
Job Type


key qualifications
patient types
licenses and certifications
CCM, GA License, RN
minimum education
Bachelors, Associates
years experience
3+ years
travel requirements
75% travel, Local
schedule details
5 days/week
care settings
Skilled Nursing Facility
The Inpatient Care Coordinator is responsible for coordinating transitions and identifying appropriate care plan in order to improve patient recovery. The coordinator will begin the day working from home, addressing case management documentation, providing telephonic patient support, coordinating site visits, and completing additional tasks as needed. The majority of the day will be spent in the field; going onsite to skilled nursing facilities in order to meet with the clinicians, nurses, therapists, and staff to assess the patient care plan. In addition, the coordinator visits with the patient and family to make assessments and answer questions related to care.

Additional details:

• Coordinators will manage an average caseload of 25-30 patients

• The Inpatient Care Coordinator must live within a 30-minute commute of the coverage area

• The Coordinator will spend most of the day in the field providing onsite support patients across several skilled nursing facilities

• Will have six weeks of training; the first two weeks will be classroom training in TN (travel expenses will be covered)


• Must possess an active license as one of the following:

• Registered Nurse

• Occupational Therapist

• Physical Therapist

• Five years of clinical healthcare experience

• 1 year MINIMUM of recent case management experience within a skilled nursing facility

• Experience coordinating with providers, nursing and therapy staff to adjust and monitor patient care plans (Interdisciplinary Teams)

• Solid understanding of compliance with Medicare guidelines and procedures specifically for care within skilled nursing facilities