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RN Field Assessor 

Up to $75 per assessment

JOB ID# 1001


The Field Assessor assists our Health and Insurance Organizations in gathering information to complete related forms, reports and at times clinical assessments.

The Per-Diem Field Assessor will participate in a variety of responsibilities as dictated by their scope of practice of their clinical license.





We hire RN's ONLY.



  • In-person interviews

  • In-person assessments




The positions starts as Per Diem and depending on the case load demand in the area, moves to part-time or full-time. Our interviews and assessments may average 1-2 hours each and be located within a 50 mile radius of your home location.




We compensate up to $75 in some scenarios per in-person visit, less for telephonic interviews and compensate for most situations of no-shows (Detailed fee schedule is provided at hire). We offer direct deposit on a bi-weekly basis.





  • Licensed Registered Nurse must have at least one year of post graduate relevant case management experience.

Required experience:

  • Complex Care Management/Case Management/Managed Care experience

  • Community based or In-Home visit experience

  • Experience working with either Geriatric, chronically ill or functionally challenged populations


Computer skills and resources:

  • Ability to use a variety of electronic information applications/software programs, electronic medical records experience

  • Intermediate to Advanced computer skills and proficiency with Microsoft Word, Outlook, and Excel, excellent keyboard and web navigation skills

  • Access to a secure computer in order to accommodate data entry within required timelines

  • High speed internet connectivity (DSL or cable modem; recommended speed is 10Mx1M for optimal performance)


Additional requirements:

  • Mobile phone, Driver’s license, car insurance, and access to an automobile for home visits to member is required


 Job Description?


Field Assessment & Reporting services will help plan members:

  • Accurately relay needed member information to their plan holder.

  • Assess Member and/or family needs for psycho/social/functional status in the location in which the elder resides and documentation in required formats by contractor and agency

  • Timely Assessment of Health Screenings and documentation in formats as required by contractor

  • Design a plan of care appropriate to the needs of the elderly/disabled Member and the family

  • Implement the plan of services as agreed to by the Member

  • Communicate among providers from multiple settings re: Member's plan of care

  • Educate caregivers re: special needs

  • Access community based services and entitlements for Members

  • Assess appropriateness of the home environment and its impact on the plan of care

  • Provide reports of services rendered to Members

  • All other services related to care management as are reasonably requested by Agency, Member, Members responsible parties




  • Identify risks, gaps in care and prevent unnecessary hospitalizations and emergency room visits by developing an individualized interdisciplinary plan of care for members and families to follow in order to achieve lifelong well-being in the home

  • Comply with all on-boarding, annual and other mandatory training as assigned.

  • Collaborate with other disciplines

  • Maintain HIPPA compliance


Helpful Attributes?

Confident, autonomous, self-starter, problem solver, solution-driven, prepared, organized, detail oriented, high standards of excellence, educated, compassionate, objective, non-judgmental, resourceful, kind, caring, team player, team builder, open minded, sense of humor, intuitive, dedicated, creative, responsive, proactive, good business savvy, strong communicator, understands family dynamics, professional.



 The Field Assessor models:

  • In-Home Surveys & Assessments are requested to identify a member’s problem areas, i.e. area of focus, which could be best evaluated in a one-time face to face visit.

  • Provide telephonic and in-person health risk and eligibility assessments including:​​

    • Face-to-face assessments to evaluate cognitive and functional status, measure ADL and IADL dependencies; and make informed judgments on members' ability for self-care and independence, based upon their living environments and overall health.

    • Care coordination, fall prevention and home safety evaluation and care transition coaching services.

  • The Field Assessor may also be involved from time to time in special pilots programs that focus on unique needs of a certain member population. These pilots are based on the above models.

8am-9pm 7 days weekly in patient time zone

Computer Needed

Vehicle Needed

Smart Mobile Phone Needed

Internet Needed

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