Dependable Health Services is seeking a Non-Clinical RN Case Manager to support the South Dakota Army National Guard.
Special Qualifications: The non-clinical case nurse manager requires the expertise as dictated by the “practice of nursing” - the systematic application of substantial specialized knowledge and skills derived from the biological, physical, and behavioral sciences, to the care, treatment, counsel, and health teaching of individuals who are experiencing changes in the normal health processes or who require assistance in the maintenance of health and the prevention or management of illness, injury, or disability.
The non-clinical case manager must be a licensed registered nurse within the state of South Dakota.
The non-clinical case management personnel will be experienced in all aspects and qualified in their respective functional areas. Contactor personnel shall not perform inherently governmental functions (i.e., representation of government, decision authority, etc.)
Responsible for tracking medical status of ALL assigned Soldiers.
Responsible for medical charting in eCase.
Request profile exams/evaluations and audiology exams at physical exam center.
Coordinate Soldier treatment plans with appropriate medical facilities.
Maintain automated referrals indicated in MEDCHART.
Submit case processing, medical documentation, and profile concerns to military/contacted provider.
Attend PHA events as determined by the needs of the state and the individual units.
Ensure those Soldiers referred by a provider are followed by the case management team.
Manage Soldier’s care from the identification of the condition to when the Soldier is either:
- Considered medically ready.
- Administratively separated from the military.
Follow the regulations and policies applicable to Individual Medical Readiness (IMR) and deployment, to include the AR 40-501 and other applicable guidance.
Ensure all medical documentation received from the Soldier and/or their medical team is received and placed in appropriated electronic record, as well as the Soldier’s hard copy record.
Maintain Soldier medical records in accordance with Army Regulation (AR) 40-66.
Provide Records Custodian or delegate with all relevant medical/dental documentation.
Obtain release of information from Soldier.
Educate Soldiers on resources available to improve medical and dental readiness.
Maintain Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA) standards and guidelines.
Review and track health assessment (PHA, SRP) lab results contact SM and educate on lifestyle modifications.
Upload medical documents of case managed Soldiers into Health Readiness Record (HRR).
Stamp all medical documents for verification after uploading.
Index uploaded medical documents.
MODS entry of immunizations, designation of pregnancy, eye exams, medical warning tags.
Provide all medical documents received for case management to Records Custodian to be filed using a document evidencing transfer of custody from the contractor to the government. Copy of each supporting transfer document shall be provided to the COR at the end of each month no later than 7 calendar days at the end of the month.
Contractor will ensure all administrative charting in eCase is completed.
Track medical appointments by communication with unit to ensure Soldier attendance and submission of follow up documentation.
Log in eCase any contact with SM (email, voice call, or personal interview).
Communicate with delegated government personnel to track compliance versus noncompliance.
Run MEDPROS report Post PHA/SRP event.
Monitor MEDPROS to ensure all scheduled services are completed/updated and current medical status is reflected.
Report Medical Readiness to the Commander or his/her designated representative.
Ensure Soldiers with T3, T4, P3 or P4 profiles are case managed in the eCase module.