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RN/LCSW Care Management Specialist II

North American Staffing Group, Inc.
Los Angeles, CA
  • Expired: over a month ago. Applications are no longer accepted.
Job Description


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Job Title: Care Management Specialist II

Job type: 100% remote (Only Southern California Residents)

Salary: $85k-$115K


Job Summary

The Care Management Specialist II utilizes clinical skills and training to perform essential functions of care management for identified and assigned member population according to Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) guidelines.


Manages a specified caseload across the entire continuum of programmatic levels including those within National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) scope or otherwise Complex/Catastrophic cases, which are those with the severest acuities or care needs and requiring the highest clinical skills and judgement. Management of the caseload assigned by Manager includes coordinating health care benefits, providing education and facilitating member access to care in a timely and cost-effective manner.


Collaborates and communicates with member, family, and interdisciplinary health team to promote wellness and member empowerment, while ensuring access to appropriate services across the healthcare continuum and maximizing member benefit: Serves as clinical advocate for members, active interdisciplinary team member, liaison with other departments and external health care team. Provides direction and assistance to Care Coordinators and to Community Health Workers (CHW) of members needs including the need for special educational mailings, reminder calls, satisfaction surveys, incentives or any additional service needs according to specific program guidelines. Uses claims processing and care management software to look up member information, document contacts, and track member progress.


Applies clinical knowledge and experience to evaluate information regarding prospective care management members referred by health risk assessment (HRA), risk stratification, predictive modeling, provider’s utilization review vendors, members, Call Center, claims staff, Health Homes Program (HHP) eligibility or other data sources to determine whether care management intervention is necessary to meet the member's needs.


Conducts Care Management services for the most complex and vulnerable members including: engaging in member centric communication which includes the interdisciplinary team, providers and family or authorized representatives; reviewing member claims histories and identifies intervention opportunities through the professional standards of practice; contacting and interviewing members to conduct a baseline assessment, assess self-care ability, assess knowledge and adherence deficits; conducting comprehensive clinical assessments as indicated; developing a member centric plan of care. Maintains assigned care management caseload for with a focus on the most complex, highest-risk members particularly those with advanced chronic conditions, co-occurring mental and/or substance abuse and complex social issues (e.g. homelessness, domestic violence).


Collaborates with primary care physician and other treating professionals as appropriate. Authorizes initiation of care management services and specialized program services for members and specific populations, and develops interventions designed to meet member or population desired outcomes. Provide comprehensive education and resources to members about accessing services, in-network use, national guidelines for care, community resources, and self-management skills and strategies.


Employs engagement techniques to build relationships with members and their authorized representatives. Encourages participants to participate in their health care decisions and assists member with researching treatment options in order to communicate effectively with providers and to make informed decisions.


Notifies Care Coordinators and CHWs of members needs including the need for special educational mailings, reminder calls, satisfaction surveys, incentives or any additional service needs according to specific program guidelines.


Performs field assessment and care coordination functions in community settings with members, such as at the Community Resource Centers, medical clinics, and member homes.

Education Required:

Associate's or bachelor's degree in Nursing for Registered Nurses

Master's Degree in Social Work for Licensed Clinical Social Workers

Education Preferred


Experience Required:
Minimum of 3 years of recent care management experience with responsibilities of managing complex acute or chronic conditions in collaboration with members and interdisciplinary care professionals in a hospital, medical group or managed care setting, such as a health insurance environment and/or experience as care manager in home health or hospice environments.


Experience providing care management with complex/catastrophic conditions.


Current knowledge of clinical standards of care and disease processes.


Critical thinking skill.


Excellent customer service skills.


Ability to clinically analyze the most complex cases involving highly acute physical health, behavioral health, complex/catastrophic and/or psychosocial issues to determine and implement the most effective member-centered interventions.


Ability to triage immediate member health and safety risks.


Ability to sensitively manage member or family responses associated with high acuity cases and support effective coping.


Strong verbal and written communications skills to consult effectively with interdisciplinary teams, coordinate care with members and their families, and other internal and external stakeholders.


Ability to use a personal computer, and knowledge of medical information systems.


Knowledge of and ability to comply with HIPAA compliance.


Ability to interview, assess and coordinate care. Ability to prioritize caseload.


Knowledge of community resources.


Knowledge of Medi-Cal and Medicare regulations.


Ability to work as a part of a diverse team and gain consensus and resolution of problems.

Licenses/Certifications Required

Registered Nurse (RN); current and unrestricted California License OR Licensed Clinical Social Worker; current and unrestricted California License.

Licenses/Certifications Preferred

Certified Case Manager (CCM)

Required Training


Additional Information

Travel to offsite locations for work.


Bilingual is highly desirable: English, Spanish, Chinese, Armenian, Arabic, Farsi, Khmer, Korean, Russian, Tagalog, Vietnamese.


Wide range of benefits including

  • Paid Time Off (PTO)
  • Tuition Reimbursement
  • Retirement Plans
  • Medical, Dental and Vision
  • Wellness Program
  • Volunteer Time Off (VTO)


North American Staffing Group, Inc.


Los Angeles, CA