RN Case Manager Sample Job Interview Questions

RN Case Manager Sample Job Interview Questions

 

Here are sample RN Case Manager job interview questions designed specifically for the Nursing career field.

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Describe your experience with assessment of patient and family to determine care needs.

How do you avoid mistakes when monitoring and managing all aspects of medications including ordering refills?

What do you find most challenging when communicating with community health related persons to coordinate the care plan. Why?

What do you know about preventive and rehabilitative nursing procedures?

What do most new staff forget to do when preparing accurate and relevant clinical notes regarding patient’s condition and care given?

In your view, what is the most important aspect of identifying discharge planning needs as part of the care plan development? Why?

Tell me a bit more about your background with teaching the patient and family/caregiver self-care techniques.

How do you ensure success regarding health counseling with patients and families/caregivers?

What are your long range career goals?

Have you ever written any procedures or policies for customers, clients, or others in your organization? Give an example.

What work-related accidents or “near misses” have you had as a RN Case Manager?

What qualities do you think make a great RN Case Manager?

What formal training did you receive on the job at your last place of work? How did you do?

why do you want to work here?

What was your biggest disappointment at school? How did you cope with it?

How do you feel about your career progress?

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Bonus Questions


  • How have your career goals changed over time?
  • Have you ever done more than required in a course? Give examples.
  • How do you obtain new prospects or opportunities? Tell me about the time this worked best for you.

Daily Interview Tip

Competency-based interviews are increasingly used now and many people fail to deliver at these as they require highly detailed responses. Review your previous work accomplishments and relate them to the requirements of this position. A telephone interview is still an interview even if you don't have to go to their offices. You need to be as prepared and well presented as you would be for a face to face interview.