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 complicated problems have you had to address on your job? Describe how you identified or gained a better understanding of the problem(s). Give examples. Walk me through a situation in which you had to obtain information by asking a lot of questions of several people. How did you know what to ask?

What's the most difficult job you've ever done? What computer software packages do you use in your job? What do you do with them?

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Bonus Questions


  • What in your life has given you the most satisfaction?
  • What are your weaknesses?
  • What types of negotiating techniques have you used? Describe a situation in which you used them.

Daily Interview Tip

You may be able to decrease your anxiety by realizing that an interview is a meeting between two equally important parties with the goal of sharing information. The employer wants to find out if you can do the job and if you will fit into the organization. You want to find out if you should contribute your skills and knowledge to the organization, if you can learn and grow in this position, and if you will be respected and compensated for your contribution. Not following up after an interview is the biggest mistake - follow up with a thank you note. When asked to describe a previous conflict, never say you had none. It can send out a signal that the you are inexperienced or that you lack the tough skin or skills to deal with confrontation.