The School of Nursing is seeking a qualified candidate to serve as a Project Manager on a federally funded award. The study seeks to:
Promote care continuity
Reduce low value utilization
Reduce the burden of treatment for high-need, high-cost patients receiving care across health, specialty and social care sectors
About Us The project will expand the evidence-based Care Transitions Intervention (CTI) to bring social sector providers as equal partners in HNHC care, refine CTIHIE capacity to include cross-sector care alerts and a personalized care plan, and evaluate the impact of the intervention from a patient and provider perspective.
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Registered Nurse licensed to practice in NYS, Bachelors degree in related field.
Master Degree; Prior experience coordinating a federally-funded study
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