Cooper University Health Care’s Population Health team is rapidly growing. We are seeking enthusiastic, compassionate nurses and licensed clinical social workers to transform care delivery by empowering patients for healthier communities. You will practice in collaboration and consultation with other members of the health care team, with a goal to proactively move patients through the system and promote positive patient outcomes. Apply now for these exciting opportunities, or share with a friend:
Post-Discharge Coordinators are RNs who perform follow-up calls for all discharged inpatients, supporting and evaluating the patient and their experience following discharge. You will be responsible for triaging clinical issues, reviewing discharge instructions, ensuring an understanding of those instructions, and determining if there are questions or concerns following the hospital stay.
Our Post-Acute Care Nurse Navigator establishes regular contact with the facility care teams for Cooper’s Cooper’s High Performer Provider Network to collaborate on the clinical assessments and care plans of discharged patients, assessing patients within our SNF Provider Network facilities weekly to ensure the progress of patient, and facilitate solutions to appropriate timely discharge and prevent acute readmission. You will collaborate with the preferred facility staff to promote patient self-care management, as well as coordinating data collection and performance improvement plans for the facility scorecards, then ensuring performance plans are implemented.
As a Population Care Coordinator, you will support and participate in the Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH) concepts of care coordination and team- based care. This includes assessing, planning, implementing, coordinating, monitoring, and evaluating healthcare options and services with the goal of increasing the likelihood of improvement to the health status of identified populations across the continuum. Some activities in which you will participate include hospital discharge follow-up, care planning, coordination of services, and communication between care providers. You’ll also collaborate with your patient’s medical, health, and community-based providers to establish mutual goal-setting that includes patients and their families/caregivers, utilizing self-management tools.
Our Outpatient Social Worker is responsible for conducting initial and follow up in-home patient assessments to identify and address social and behavioral needs. You will develop a patient-centered care plan for the patient and family. This includes addressing the closure of care gaps for patients, facilitating self-management, and providing supportive counseling, education with coordination of community resources. You will work collaboratively with an interdisciplinary team across the care continuum. Home visits are required.
Our Cooper Team is growing, and we’re ready to hear from you. Join us in our mission: To Serve. To Heal. To Educate.
At Cooper University Health Care, our commitment to providing extraordinary health care begins with our team. Our extraordinary professionals are continuously discovering clinical innovations and enhanced access to the most up-to-date facilities, equipment, technologies, and research protocols. We have a commitment to our employees by providing competitive rates and compensation, comprehensive employee benefits programs, attractive working conditions, and the chance to build and explore a career opportunity by offering professional development.
Please feel free to refer a friend to these openings! To see additional opportunities available at Cooper and to apply, please visit jobs.cooperhealth.org.
Cooper University Health Care is an equal employment opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of gender, race, age, religion, disabilities, marital status, protected Veteran status, national origin, or any other category protected by federal or state law.