RN Field Case Manager Salary in San Francisco, California

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Average Salary for RN Field Case Manager in San Francisco, California

The average salary of a(n) RN Field Case Manager in San Francisco, California is $99,741.

The average hourly rate of a(n) RN Field Case Manager in San Francisco, California is $47.95.

The average bonus of a(n) RN Field Case Manager in San Francisco, California is $1,696.00.

Job Description:

Provides ongoing evaluation and nursing case management services, meeting with clients in their homes, work-sites, or physician's or therapist's office. Assesses, evaluates, and analyzes injured workers' medical and/or vocational status, and develops, coordinates, and implements a viable, realistic service plan. Monitors the progress of the injured/disabled individuals and reports results back to the employer and insurance carrier. Develops a plan of care for patients from admission to discharge. Monitors individuals' progress toward desired outcomes through assessments and evaluations. Communicates both in-person and by phone with client, medical providers, attorneys, employers, employees, insurance carriers, etc. Develops and administers education and prevention programs. Develops guidelines for working with patients, healthcare management companies, insurance companies, or other third party payers to determine quality, cost-effective care. Applies all special instructions required by individual insurance carriers and referral sources. Applies all laws and regulations that apply to the provision of rehabilitation services. Testifies when called upon to do so, to substantiate any casework or reports that may be seen as relevant to hearing involving client. Evaluates outcome of patient care. Prepares reports and other required paperwork as documentation of all casework activities. May arrange referrals, consultations, therapeutic services, and confers with other specialists on course of care and treatment. Less

Provides ongoing evaluation and nursing case management services, meeting with clients in their homes, work-sites, or physician's or therapist's office. Assesses, evaluates, and analyzes injured workers' medical and/or vocational status, and develops, coordinates, and implements a viable, realistic service plan.... More

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