EmPower Nursing is in search of a qualified Case Manager with at least 2 years of experience and an active CA license! If you are interested or know someone who may be interested, send us a message! We are offering a $2,000 referral bonus for this position if your referral gets placed!
"As a Program Manager working with high school students, I feel particularly lucky to be placed at KIPP Denver Collegiate High School. The administration team is supportive, responsive to the needs of students and families, and inspiring. The school offers classes, clubs and discussion forums on topics that are critical to the development of youth in today's society. KDC has truly built a community where students feel heard and validated. Students feel excited about going to school and feel empowered to advocate for themselves. We currently have a wait list of students at KDC who want to be part of Denver Urban Scholars. With your support, we can provide services to more of these bright and motivated students." -Luz Navarrete, DUS Program Manager
✨Life begins at the end of your comfort zone.
Living in my ‘safe zone’ means... 💎I wouldn’t be growing in my job as a case manager 💎I wouldn’t be as successful in my business as I am 💎I wouldn’t have built amazing relationships with some of my favorite people 💎I wouldn’t be half the person I am today
Living in your safe zone means not growing. Not growing means living a life of mediocrity. When you’re afraid or hesitating to do THE THING, that’s a sign that you need to take action immediately.
Take the chance, do the thing, and when fear hits you in the face, DO NOT STOP ❤️
Yesterday I went it for my regular facial waxing appointment. The esthetician asked how my week was going and I when I asked her how she was doing, she shared that she had an unpleasant experience with her doctor. I empathize with her and shared that I’m was a holistic nurse, which made her more comfortable in disclosing that she was diagnosed with HPV (Human papillomavirus infection) which is fancy term for high risk for cervical cancer. This beautiful young women didn’t know if she had cervical cancer or not, I told her she has a virus that makes her a candidate that needs be monitored more frequently for Pap smears. She said her doctor, which was a woman didn’t spend too much time with her and didn’t explain what she needed to do afterwards. I provided her some community resources and recommended she establish care with a gynecologist that she has better rapport with. She was so thankful as asked for my contact information. That’s how simple it is to do this work as a holistic nurse coach. If I waited for permission to help her, who knows how long she would held on to the confusion about her HPV diagnosis. As a boss it’s your duty to help people and you don’t need to wait for permission. Leave that for the bedside nurses.💁🏾
Christina and Yanique of the Kingston treatment team are all smiles as they present a 90 Day treatment improvement plan at the Jamaica Quality Improvement Collaborative Session taking place today. #treatmenttuesday#nurse#casemanager#endingaids
When I was overweight one of my biggest struggles was my nutrition. I wanted to drop a few sizes, I wanted a flatter stomach but I didn’t realize back then that eating healthy for weight-loss was different from eating healthy to maintain. Once I learned how to, what and when to eat, it made such a difference!!!!
Nutrition is a big part of your results! Trusting the process has been key!
I’m looking for 20 ladies wanting to lose 10-40lbs (over the next 90 days)💕💕💕
Must be ready for change. Want the deets?✌🏻💁🏻♀️
Drop A GIF BELOW!!!!!
My eyebrows aren’t done.
No drop of make up on, but I still show up because you’re running a business not a hobby. As a highly sensitive nurse and business owner, I work really hard on my resilience and grit on a daily basis. No one reminds me to show up for my business, I do that for myself and it gets hard sometimes. Especially when life happens, it easy to slack off. But I declared that this will be my $200K year in my business and so there it is. I’m sharing this with you because, I know how it feels to want something so badly but life comes around and throws you off course. However when you make your business a non negotiable, magic happens love. PM me only if you’re serious about leaving bedside by May 2019. 💋
@Regran_ed from @cultivatingwithness - This is important and a cause near and dear to my heart. I work with victims of sex trafficking and sexual exploitation as a case manager and victim advocate. A few other "red flags" I would add off the top of my head to this list (including red flags for labor trafficking, sex trafficking, and domestic servitude):
- People who always look at their companion before answering questions addressed that are addressed to them.
- A group of people who live in the same location they work in and aren't seen roaming about freely.
- A group of people who always arrive and leave together from their place of employment.
- People who've taken jobs offers that were legitimately too good to be true.
Thanks to @goodgirlsgonefilm for the share and for always posting relevant and helpful material.
#humantraffickingawareness#signsofhumantrafficking#sextrafficking#sextraffickingawareness#labortrafficking#labortraffickingawareness#casemanager#victimadvocate#antihumantrafficking - #regrann
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The Outpatient Care Manager will provide care management/coordination services and focused disease education to the community at large, any high-risk population, and contracted medical care providers.
The Outpatient Care Manager will promote coordinated, high quality, and cost-effective outcomes for assigned caseloads via care coordination and on-going clinical and psychosocial assessments that identifies needs and monitors client progress. Assessments, health education and chronic disease management may be completed telephonically, by direct contact within Clinically Integrated Network partner's offices, Ryan White Wellness Clinic, Access Health, Transitions Clinic, and/or within the home setting of patients.
The Outpatient Care Manager will work collaboratively with the care team to facilitate efficient and appropriate management of all cases. He/she will balance the department vision with a hands-on approach and will be comfortable driving results independently, as well as with and through others.
Education: Master of Social Work, or Bachelor's of Science in Nursing, Public Health, or related field required. Master's degree preferred. Knowledge of Insurance and ADAP (AIDS Drug Assistance Program).
Two or more years of clinical experience. Care management experience preferred. Experience dealing with insurance and with HIV strongly preferred.
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As a registered nurse I struggled in my nursing career for almost 4 years. .
I was never happy, I was always looking for next travel contract that paid more.
Maybe getting paid $2000 per week after taxes would maker me feel better?
Like maybe going to an accelerated 15 month nursing program wasn’t a fucking waste of time?
After being able to afford monthly vacations to exotic places, like .
✔️Costa Rica ✔️Hawaii
to name a few, while staying at 5 star hotels and flying first class, I felt empty, like I was living this BIG lie. .
The vacation buzz would always wear off for me and I was left back right where I was in the first place, an unhappy 30 year old, waking up every morning dragging herself to work a job that no longer fulfilled her, but too afraid to make the drastic steps in order to manifest her dreams, being 100% self employed.
I was jaded about nursing and felt like a made the wrong decision. .
It wasn’t what I thought it would be.
I desired 💯 % autonomy and control of who I worked with as well as the patients I saw.
I got tired of always feeling rushed, passing pills and documenting crap that I didn’t really have enough time to actually do.
That was before I realized that I’m a highly sensitive nurse. .
I have no business working in the acute care setting.
There is too much chaos going on, it overwhelms me. .
From the call lights, phone calls, overhead announcements, constant interruptions, I go on and on about this.
Over the past 2 years I’ve built a solid community of Black nurses who are highly sensitive and are burnt out from working at bedside like I was just a few years ago. .
The difference is, I couldn’t find a Black Nurse Business Mentor that was highly sensitive like me. .
I made a lot of mistakes, invested my life saving and betted on myself because I knew working at bedside wasn’t an option for me anymore.
Now I’m 100% self employed! .
But it came at a price though, 2 years of hard work, trial & error and patience.
The good news is that my clients get the type of results that took me 2 years to get in just 4 months.
PM me and I’ll instruct you on what’s next.
You’re either a boss or a victim but you can’t be both. If you’ll been following my content from some time or maybe you just came across my page. One thing you’ll realize is that I’m hecca passionate about letting Black Highly Sensitive Nurses realize that they’re not alone if they feel out of place working at bedside. In nursing school they only preached one type of nursing career, the bedside nurse. Not all of us are meant to work in the acute care setting, not all of us are meant to be employees. I’m not! The only thing I want you to understand today is, if you truly want to leave Bedside in 2019, you must start your exit plan now not later. You can choose to be a victim and constantly complain about hating your job, feeling burnt out and ready to do something else. Or you can fucking boss up and reach out to me via PM and let’s chat on how you can make 2019 the year that you leave Bedside for the non sensitive nurses. You can be a boss or victim but not both. Pick a lane Sis!💁🏾
Don’t mind me, I’ll just be over here trying not to cry. Leaving philly is bittersweet, and like Michael Scott says, “That's what I hate bittersweet chocolate. I don't even... what's the point of that? Why not just sweet? Who are you helping?” #byephilly#msw#socialwork#casemanager