PSN provides experienced managed care nurses for health care providers, managed care companies, quality improvement organizations and others on a temporary or direct-hire basis. These nurses are specialists in utilization review, quality improvement, data abstraction (such as HEDIS and EPSDT) and case management. Our nurse recruiters all worked in these subject areas prior to becoming PSN recruiters, giving them the expertise to determine the most qualified candidates. Our clients know they can count on PSN staff to offer only the most skilled and experienced nurses to meet the requirements of the job or project.
PSN ranks among the Inc. 5000 list of the fastest growing companies in the nation. Among PSN's recruiting and staffing achievements, in 2015, PSN recruited and vetted nurses for a large national project, placing more than 80 highly qualified RNs into both temporary and permanent positions. Please let us know how we can put our nurses and expertise to work for you!
Our recruiters worked as managed care nurses prior to becoming PSN recruiters. That means they understand both your needs and those of our clients. If you have experience in utilization review, quality, case management or other area of managed healthcare specialty, PSN is the job source for you. PSN offers both temporary assignments and direct-hire "permanent" placements for nurses with at least two years of experience in an insurance setting, hospital, managed care organization or quality improvement organization.
If you have reviewed and abstracted medical records, have experience with utilization review, quality improvement, quality assurance or case management, we have jobs for you, throughout the United States.
Positions are available on a full- or part-time basis.
For organizations seeking accreditation or re-accreditation from URAC or NCQA, PSN's network of experienced consultants includes registered nurses with actual work experience as accreditation reviewers. We provide expert assistance in accreditation preparation for companies seeking program enhancements to meet national accreditation standards. We have successfully guided close to 100 companies through the URAC and NCQA accreditation processes.
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