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Clinical resource managers are responsible for ensuring a facility provides efficient and effective care. In these managerial positions, nurses often work with high-risk patients, patients with complex illnesses and underinsured or uninsured patients. As an advocate for the patient and family, clinical resource managers oversee care, locate community resources and negotiate pay on the patient’s behalf.
These nurses complete a variety of other tasks, such as planning for patient transitions from one facility to another, preparing patients for discharge and helping patients find the proper follow-up care.
To qualify for clinical resource manager jobs, candidates need to be licensed nurses with clinical experience. BSNs are often preferred, but ASNs may be considered. Usually, clinical resource managers have prior experience in case management or utilization review. They should have extensive knowledge about healthcare insurance.
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