UAS Assessor - RN
Brooklyn, NY 11201
- Responsible for the completion of UAS Initial Assessments and Reassessments based on NY State requirements and guidelines and training provided by client and/or outside resources.
- Enrollment paperwork materials required to appropriately process consumer s application for enrollment.
- UAS Tasking Tool based on guidelines and training provider by client and/or outside resources.
- Responsible for correction and revision of UAS, paperwork, and tasking tool documentation based on review and feedback provided through quality and associated review processes.
- Complete UAS Initial and/or Reassessment documentation, enrollment paperwork, and tasking tool in the consumer s home.
- Attend training and continuing education sessions and lessons focused on the proper completion of UAS documentation, enrollment paperwork, and tasking tool.
- Focus on continuous improvement and quality excellence in the completion of all material associated with the initial enrollment/continued enrollment of consumers as members in the plan.
- Supports initiatives of the Quality Assessment and Performance Improvement Committee.
All other duties as assigned.
- Bilingual preferred (Spanish or Chinese languages) but not required.
- Minimum 3 years clinical experience with focus in UAS Assessment.
- UAS Assessor experience is required.
The position is M-F with the typical hours of 9am - 5pm; however there is some flexibility with the hours.
- Degree: Associates Nursing.
- Licensing: RN - Registered Nurse, State and/or Compact State Licensure - Care Mgmt.
- CCM - Certified Case Manager - Care Mgmt (preferred).
CCP - Chronic Care Professional - Care Mgmt (preferred).
- Understands and is able to apply principals of Care Management and Person Centered Service Planning.
- Is able to understand and apply coverage guidelines and benefit limitations.
- Familiar with clinical needs and disease processes for chronic physical and behavioral illnesses (depression, challenging behaviors, Alzheimer s disease and other disease-related dementias).
Understands and adapts appropriately to issues related to communication, cognitive or other barriers.
For more information about this position, please contact us at 877-782-3334.