Community Based Case Manager - RN (Indiana)

The RN Case Manager assists members through the complexities of managing physical health, behavioral health, and social determinants of health. He/she serves as the primary point of contact, for the member, PCP and multidisciplinary care team, assessing, advocating, coaching, and coordinating the member and caregiver to help find the right services to meet their needs. 

This is a mobile position, meaning that regular travel to different work locations, including homes, offices or other public settings, is essential. 


What you will be doing in this role: 

  • Engage members in Care Management through participating in information collection and assertive outreach, including home visits and telephone calls for members the team is unable to reach 

  • Develop and implement care plan, defining specific issues, prioritized goals and interventions as agreed to by all parties 

  • Assist in education of member/caregiver regarding healthcare access and benefits, and provide member/caregiver with health education and wellness materials 

  • Responsible for interdisciplinary care team coordination, and member outcomes. Primary point of contact for member’s PCP. 

  • Maintain appropriate documentation within protocols and guidelines of the Care Management program and within State, Federal and accreditation standards/guidelines 

What you will bring to this role: 

  • Awareness of community and state support resources for population served 

  • Current, unrestricted RN licensure in state of practice is required, valid driver’s license, vehicle and verifiable insurance 


What’s in it for me? 

Your future: 

  • 401(k) retirement plans with company-matching contributions 

  • Educational reimbursement 

Your health: 

  • Multiple health, dental (including orthodontia) and vision insurance options 

  • Paid maternity and parental leave for maternal, paternal and adoptive parents 

  • Domestic partner benefits 

Your balance: 

  • Liberal paid personal time off, starting at four weeks per year 

  • Nine paid holidays and a floating holiday 

  • Paid volunteer/service hours 

Your community: 

  • Equity Council 

  • Employee Resource and Special Interest Groups