Bi-lingual Nurse Case Manager - NICU
Fully Remote TX
Job Type


ProgenyHealth is a leading provider of care management solutions for premature and medically complex newborns positively impacting maternal and infant health outcomes across America. Our program builds a network of support for an uninterrupted continuum of care from prenatal health, through any resultant NICU stay, and all the way to one full year of life. Our team of neonatologists, pediatricians, and NICU nurses provide continuity of care in collaboration with providers from hospital to caregivers at home and throughout the first year of life. We help overcome systemic barriers to support healthier pregnancies and healthier starts to life for all moms and babies, one family at a time.

Job Role

The Case Manager will focus on empowering the members’ family to support optimal wellness while advocating for the necessary medical services across the health care continuum. The Case Manager works in a telephonic managed care setting combining strong clinical knowledge and critical thinking to facilitate a plan of care that will ensure quality medical care for the high-risk member population serviced by ProgenyHealth Inc. based on the CMSA national standards for case management practice.



  • Utilizes the case management process of engaging, assessing, planning, implementing, monitoring, and, evaluating the needs of the high-risk neonatal population
  • Initiating engagement with member’s caregiver during inpatient stay in order to support the treatment plan and discharge planning process
  • Acting as a member advocate by the appropriate selection of services, based upon member’s benefits, for appropriate utilization of resources, and providing an ongoing evaluation of member outcomes
  • Referring members’ caregivers to community resources when appropriate and based upon client specific requirements
  • Working in a telephonic managed care setting, combining strong clinical knowledge and critical thinking to facilitate a plan of care that will ensure quality medical care for the high-risk member population serviced by ProgenyHealth Inc.
  • Developing care plans individualized to the needs of each infant and his/her family
  • Participating in case management rounds with ProgenyHealth and client teams to discuss barriers and opportunities to improve health outcomes
  • Collaborating with other ProgenyHealth staff, families, facility staff, community agencies, primary care and specialist offices to ensure that evidence-based protocols are utilized in treatment plan
  • Utilizing motivational interview skills to maintain caregiver engagement through the first year of member’s life.


  • Registered Nurse (RN) with a current, unrestricted license. 
  • Ability to speak Spanish is strongly preferred.
  • Three or more years of clinical experience as a Pediatric/NICU nurse.
  • Experience with case management in a health plan or home care setting is preferred.
  • Experience with data entry into a database or EHR required. Must have strong computer skills.
  • Excellent communication skills and organizational ability is required. Must be self-motivated and willing to learn multiple tasks. Must be well organized and able to prioritize tasks
  • CCM certification highly desirable; and is required after two years of employment
  • Ability to perform job functions with autonomy and be a self-starter
  • Must possess excellent interpersonal skills, telephone etiquette and maintain positive communication at all times
  • Must have commitment to excellence in customer service


Some of the benefits we offer our team are:

  • Paid Time Off
  • Paid Parental Leave
  • Medical, dental, vision benefits
  • 401K with company match
  • Short- and Long-Term Disability
  • Group Life Insurance
  • Tuition reimbursement
  • Professional development opportunities
  • Business Casual work environment
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