Lead Case Management Operations as Director for Kingman Regional Medical Center in Arizona
Kingman Regional Medical Center is seeking a Case Management Director to direct activities to control the cost of high-risk and high-cost populations. This leader will interface with physicians, nurses, social workers, medical records, administration, outside agencies and other hospital departments to affect changes in the management of cases for the improvement in quality of care and/or the efficiency with which the hospital resources are utilized.
The Director will develop, implement, and manage the budget, as well as customer service and financial indicators set for the Case Management department. Additionally, they will provide concurrent and retrospective reviews to insurance companies for authorization of services.
- RN and bachelor’s degree required; master’s preferred.
- Current Arizona RN license required.
- Five years clinical experience, to include a combination of three years Utilization Management and Managed Care experience, including Case Management.
- Requires experience in evaluation techniques, teaching, hospital operations, and medical staff relations with a minimum of five years managerial experience.
You can find the complete job posting for
Kingman Regional Medical Center’s Case Management Director on the B.E. Smith website.
Kingman Regional Medical Center is the largest healthcare provider in northwest Arizona and currently the sole non-profit hospital in Mohave County. Kingman Regional Medical Center provides a wide array of services, which includes a wellness and fitness center, primary and specialty care physician practices, and advanced medical programs in cardiology, cancer, rehabilitation, and home health and hospice care.
Kingman features 235 licensed beds and employs more than 1,600 FTEs, 250 volunteers, and 190 physicians and allied health professionals who embrace the hospital’s non-profit mission of “Serving Our Community with Compassion and Commitment.” The organization is a member of the Mayo Clinic Care Network and to serve as a teaching hospital in affiliation with Midwestern University to train doctors specializing in family practice and emergency medicine.
Located in Kingman, Az., the area is a key spot along Route 66, mixing scenic desert hiking, a small mountain backdrop, and towns brimming with history.