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  • RN Utilization Management

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    Covenant Health

    RN Utilization Management 



    Position Summary: The RN Utilization Management will perform utilization management functions to include medical necessity reviews to promote a utilization management program that operates 24 hours a day 7 days a week. Exhibits extraordinary leadership and professionalism in role. Prepares and reviews necessary documentation for insurance utilization management processes and coordinates communication between members of the UM team to ensure timely follow through for status placement.  Collaborates with attending physician if ambiguous documentation pertaining to patient status placement requires clarification. Utilizes electronic utilization management database for documentation of interventions and communications so as to ensure accurate reporting.  Collaborates with patient account services, physicians, care coordinators, physician advisors and facility departments as related to utilization management. Communicates with hospital and payor medical directors in order to correctly determine the medical necessity of patient status with a patient advocacy focus.



    Minimum Experience:   At least two (2) years of utilization management experience.


    Licensure Requirements:   Current licensure as a Registered Nurse (RN) as issued by the State of Tennessee. CCM/CPHQ certification preferred or equivalent expertise in area of Utilization Management as evidenced by performance.


    Minimum Education: None specified; however, must be sufficient to meet the standards for achievement of the above indicated license and/or certification as required by the issuing authority.


    Employee must have a valid Tennessee driver’s license Class D and state mandated minimum insurance coverage.  Driving record must meet Covenant Health minimum standards at the date of hire and throughout employment tenure. 


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