Carenet Healthcare Services – Opening New Paths to Healthcare
We currently are seeking Full Time RN Clinical Triage Advisors to work Virtual (Work – at – Home)
Our RNs’ must have 3+ years experience in the following areas: Emergency Nursing, Pediatrics, Home Health Care, ICU, Med/Surg. and/ or related fields dealing with patients of all ages is required.
Currently reside in one of the following compact states AR, IA, MS, MO, ND, NE, NC, SC, TN, TX, VA.
Available Shifts are: Morning / Mid / Evening & Include Weekends
Base Pay: Based on experience and location.
Bilingual Pay Differential
Pay Shift Differentials include Every Weekend Differential / Evening Differential / Overnight Differential
Bonus Comp Plan includes: Monthly Bonus Compensation
CERTIFICATES AND LICENSES: Unrestricted current RN license with the ability to become licensed in additional States as required.
Carenet Healthcare Services is proud to open new paths to health for millions of people each year as we guide them to be more informed about their healthcare options, more engaged in their wellness, and more educated about healthcare costs they may face. We offer a 24×7 Clinical Support Telephone Demand Management services that include Nurse Triage, Medical Decision Support, Medical Device Monitoring Services, Member Engagement Initiatives and Healthcare Support programs.
POSITION SUMMARY: By focusing on one patient at a time this work-from-home position, allows RNs to leverage their clinical expertise and critical thinking skills to help millions achieve optimal health. As part of our Clinical Services team the Registered Nurse – Clinical Care Advisor provides telephonic clinical triage assessments, health education, and utilization management services to diverse patients/members.
Equal Opportunity Employer/Protected Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities.
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