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RN Case Manager

550 South Peoria Avenue, Tulsa, OK, USA

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Facilitate continuity of care using the nursing process, interdisciplinary collaboration, and coordination of all appropriate health care services, including available community resources. Demonstrate technical, critical thinking skills necessary to complete job. Provide patient care that is caring, effective, and evidence based.


  • Obtain all outside records as needed: Specialist, Hospitals, Urgent Care, Pharmacy Immunizations, etc.

  • Communicate with referral specialists to assist patients with education and flu reminders.

  • Set follow up reminders for providers review 30 days prior to patients next appointment.

  • Assist in GPRA compliance by noting goals and identifying patients due for screenings or immunizations, and review providers schedule the week prior.

  • Assist in identifying patient resources, example: food pantries, housing needs, and transportation services. Refer to BH Case Manager.

  • Check provider mailbox, review before placing in providers mailbox.

  • Sort through providers mail, identify requests that require F2F OV, assist in scheduling if needed.

  • Review medications, enter lab orders for review, and obtain records if needed from outside providers.

  • Assist in communication with more complex patients, triage via phone.

  • Communicate with specialist for patients plan of care.

  • Monitor patients charts, assist in scheduling and/or follow up on routine visits-DM/HF/HEP-C.

  • For new patients or re-established care-enter all medications on outside providers lists.

  • Complete all CGM and Cologuard order forms for provider to review and sign as requested by provider.

  • Assist with all other provider request and rooming if needed.

  • Preceptor for new staff as needed.

  • Ensures provider and care team schedules run efficiently, helping where needed.

  • Assists in problem solving with providers, referrals, service issues.

  • Monitor and evaluate effectiveness of the care management plan and modify as necessary.

  • Follow through with patients’ needs and specific care plan to promote compliance and positive outcomes.

  • Adheres to instruments sterilization process.


  • Associate level medical/nursing or equivalent.

  • Completion of an accredited RN program.  Current and valid Oklahoma RN license.

  • 5+ years of clinical experience preferred.

  • BLS CPR Certification.

  • Critical thinking skills, prioritization, ability to adapt and take constructive criticism, and frequent changes is tasks with ability to complete in a timely manner.

  • Medical terminology, communicate medical results to patients in a way they can understand, and have a good understanding of triage medicine and pathophysiology.

  • Basic computer skills and able to navigate multiple medical records systems.

  • Experience with RPMS or willingness to learn. 


MEDICAL:   The employee is on feet most of day. Intermittent physical activity including walking, standing, sitting, lifting and supporting patients is essential. This position performs tasks that involve exposure to patients as well as blood, body fluids, or tissues. Incumbent will be exposed to virus, disease and infection from patients and specimens in working environment. Personal protective equipment use required.


About Indian Health Care Resource Center

Utilizing a patient-centered, multidisciplinary, medical home approach, Indian Health Care Resource Center, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, offers a full range of health and wellness services tailored to the Indian community.

The mission of the Indian Health Care Resource Center of Tulsa, Inc. (IHCRC) is to provide quality, comprehensive health care to Tulsa area Indian people in a culturally sensitive manner that promotes good health, well-being and harmony.

The vision of IHCRC is to eliminate health disparities, expand innovative family-focused practices and promote an embracing approach to care that strengthens physical, mental, emotional and spiritual wellness within the Indian community.

The long-term goal of IHCRC is to improve general health status and reduce the incidence and severity of chronic disease by engaging the Indian community in ongoing health promotion, and disease prevention and management programs.

Applicants must create an account with UKG in order to apply for this position.

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