Case Managers

Make it Count at Genex

Why Case Management?

Case Management Offers a Rewarding Career for Those Dedicated to Helping Thousands of Injured Employees Return to Their Jobs Each Year

The Heart of Workers’ Comp

Workers’ compensation case managers are committed to changing lives for the better and devoting themselves to the welfare of those committed to their care. As the need for these professionals continues to grow, Genex is looking for highly skilled nursing or vocational rehab professionals to fill these positions.

At Genex, case managers manage the entire continuum of care for injured employees, from injury through return to work. They are responsible for assessing, planning, coordinating, implementing, and evaluating injured employees through the medical case management process. They work as intermediaries between carriers, attorneys, medical care providers, employers, and employees to ensure appropriate and cost-effective health care services.

To be a case manager, you must have at least two years of clinical experience in nursing or vocational rehabilitation. Successful case managers are self-motivated and critical thinkers. They are often skilled in conflict and time management, able to multi-task, flexible, and able to analyze information and set achievable goals for the patient.

The Genex Advantage:

  • Largest provider of case management services in the nation
  • Industry leader
  • Broad product and service offerings
  • Innovative technology solutions
  • Utilization Review Accreditation Committee (URAC) certification
  • Managed Care Organization (MCO) certification
  • Best of States Preferred Provider Organization

Watch this brief video to see how Genex’s Heart of Case Management Award winners change lives for the better on a daily basis.

“Working as a Genex nurse case manager has allowed me to bring together my nursing and management skills to make a difference for people who have been injured at work. I enjoy the day-to-day challenges of working with patients and managing and coordinating their medical care. I continue to develop my critical-thinking skills as a nurse and have experienced both personal and professional growth in the short time I have been with Genex. I love that I am challenged every day and even though I am not providing hands on care, I am providing care through patient teaching and coordinating care to ensure my patients have the best possible outcomes.”

Lea Wagner, RN / Genex

Are You an RN Considering a Career Change?

Listen to the podcast below on making the transition from clinical to case management.