We are looking for talented and caring professionals to join our team! Southcoast Behavioral Health offers competitive compensation, benefits and regular opportunities for development and advancement. You will work with an outstanding and dedicated team of professionals to help make a real difference in an individual’s life.
Our nurses provide general nursing care to patients in a hospital setting. This position provides, delegates, coordinates and evaluates patient care through the collaborative efforts of health team members and in accordance with the nursing process and standards of care and practice. You will provide a key role in the implementation of milieu management and therapeutic interaction. You will have the ability to apply psychiatric and medical nursing procedures and practices to psychiatric and personality disorders and to work with geriatric, adolescent, and adult populations as demonstrated through education accomplishment or work experience.
You will provides general nursing care to patients in an acute hospital, coordinating patient care under the direct supervision of a Registered Nurse. You will provides a key role in the implementation of milieu management and therapeutic interaction and distribute medications to patients.
You will need the ability to apply psychiatric and medical nursing procedures and practices to psychiatric and personality disorders and to work with geriatric, adolescent, and adult populations as demonstrated through educational accomplishment or work experience. You must demonstrates a strong interest in providing therapeutic care for patients with mental illness and or behavioral disorders.
Full Time Case Manager, LCSW, LICSW, or LMHC Required
Our Case Managers are responsible for providing quality care to adolescent, adult and geriatric patients, and their families and guardians throughout the patients’ episode of care. Quality care includes, but is not limited to the following: performing psychosocial assessments, participating in multi-disciplinary rounds and treatment planning meetings, providing care coordination, organizing individual/family/systems meetings, facilitating clinical process groups, managing the discharge and continued care planning process and documenting all patient encounters.
Responsible for the maintenance of facility medical records, processing of requests for release of medical information as well as the analysis of information and preparation of reports. Supervises medical records staff, coordinating schedules, work assignments chart assembly, analysis, transcription service and release of medical records. Ensures that the medical records department is maintained in the manner that meets all licensing and regulatory requirements. Responsive to customer needs including clients and co-workers. Qualifications: Ability to communicate (both verbal and written) effectively. Graduate of an accredited medical records educational program. Possess strong knowledge of ICD-9, ICD-10 and CPT coding. Must be computer literate to include knowledge of MS Word, Excel & Outlook. Advanced knowledge of HIPAA. At least three years previous experience in medical records, preferably in a hospital setting. At least two years’ experience in a supervisory position. Ability to maintain confidentiality and observe patient rights.
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