Case Manager (FT) – Bedford, IN


IHC Bedford

Position Type:

Full Time

An Equal Opportunity Employer:   Indiana Health Centers, Inc. does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, religion,  age or disability in employment or in the provision of services

The position listed below is open and available to all qualified candidates.  Any individuals interested in submitting their application for candidacy should email all resumes and cover letters to:

The Case Manager contributes to IHC’s mission and goals of client satisfaction, quality of care, cost competitiveness, and productivity by accurately assessing clients and assisting them in accessing community and health resources.  The Case Manager works with clients, clinic staff, and community agencies to ensure access to medical care and local resources while ensuring continuity of care.

Evaluation of performance
Performance will be evaluated based on meeting specific goals, productivity measures, employee satisfaction scores, and other quality indicators for this position such as:  IHC strategic objectives; site strategic objectives; functional capabilities; leadership and/or employee capabilities; IHC commitments, quality measures, and productivity measures.

Application of knowledge
Case Manager requires knowledge of the administrative practices, laws and policies, analytical methods and regulations related to health programs and social welfare to complete assignments using established principles and practices.  Knowledge permits Case Manager to carry our recurring assignments and gain familiarity with IHC’s practices and permits Case Manager to assist clients seeking services, answer questions, gather information, while gaining knowledge of more demanding requirements of public health case management.

Client Care:

  • Visits client in homes to perform social service assessments, determine eligibility for applicable programs and follow-up as needed.
  • Refers farm workers to the appropriate community service agencies, as needed.
  • Tracks client utilization of clinic and community services and problem-solves to remove barriers to service.
  • Acts as liaison between clients and service providers.
  • Provides orientation and in-service training to community agencies, as necessary.
  • Works with clinic staff to increase patient compliance with treatment plan.


  • Meets regularly with community agencies to ensure extensive knowledge of services provided and effective working relationships with service providers.
  • Maintains accurate and up-to-date participant records to assist providers in the planning and delivery of services.
  • Prepares and submits reports as needed.

Job controls and complexity
Case Manager performs work with minimal supervision using guidelines that cover most situations and follow processes and procedures that may vary from one assignment to the next.

Critical skills and behaviors
Communication and Relationship Building –Able to:

  • Demonstrate effective verbal and written communication and strong interpersonal skills.
  • Effectively interview and interact with people from a wide range of educational levels and different backgrounds one-on-one and in groups.
  • Resolve conflicts; think creatively, and negotiate to achieve desired outcomes.
  • Establish and maintain effective working relationships with state and local agencies, service providers, other employees within IHC, and clients.
  • Cooperate with a multi-disciplinary management team.
  • Demonstrate positive customer service skills.

Public Health Case Management – Able to:

  • Demonstrate extensive knowledge of all state and local community resources.
  • Demonstrate specialized knowledge of and ability to apply state and local agencies’ program rules, regulations, policies, and procedures.
  • Demonstrate extensive knowledge of theory and practice of public health programs.
  • Knowledge of the principles and practices of case management.
  • Prepares and maintains accurate and up-to-date client records.
  • Maintain client confidentiality.

Administration and Management–Able to:

  • Understand and apply a variety of interrelated administrative techniques.
  • Effectively plan and prioritize a variety of projects and meet multiple deadlines.
  • Demonstrate effective supervisory skills including planning and overseeing the work of others.
  • Perform responsibilities accurately, efficiently, and timely.
  • Maintain participant confidentiality.

Process Improvement – Able to:

  • Proactively anticipate and alert others to problems with projects or processes and offer solutions.
  • Implement process improvements where necessary.
  • Design, initiate, and/or participate in process improvement projects.

Technology –proficient in computer skills, including typing and use of Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, Access, eCW.

Bachelor’s degree preferred.  Related health/social service experience will be considered as substitute for degree requirement.  High school diploma or equivalent required.  May require Navigator certification, depending on clinic needs.