Individual Treatment Responsibilities: Assesses participants referred to the program to include any problems, needs, or barriers identified in the following areas: Housing, Employment, Education/Training, Financial, Sobriety Support/Addiction Treatment, Legal, Family/Social, and Medical/Psychiatric. Coordinates care with staff and other community partners on behalf of and/or with participants for eligibility documentation and mental and physical health services. Maintains confidential participant files in a professional and timely manner ensuring all forms are the most recently revised versions and in compliance with organization standards; all required documents are present, complete, signed by the participant and staff as applicable; and documents are entered into participants’ electronic health records (EHR) according to organization standards. Meets with participants as specified by program requirements and documents progress notes. Attends treatment team meetings as assigned to provide case management services and ensure health and welfare of participants. Assists in quality management activities, data collection, and preparing reports. Facilitates participants Life Skills and Vocational Readiness groups, i.e., Job Placement, Job Retention, Employment Barriers, Computer Skills, Motivation, Money Management, etc. Provides specialized case management services. Conducts random drug and alcohol screenings of participants. Maintains confidentiality in compliance with the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) 42 CFR, agency, and funder standards. Completes accurate and timely data entry into the EHR system as applicable and other required internal and external databases. Documents participant referrals for services. Maintains and submits time sheets, mileage logs, participant expenses, and other required documentation accurately and in a timely fashion. Drive company vehicle for participant transportation or other work-related activities.
Compliance Responsibilities: Facilitate curriculum training as required. Maintain strict confidentiality guidelines regarding all participants, conversations, and referrals. Follow legal guidelines in mandatory reporting. Collaborate with each caseload participant and other available internal and external resources to maintain treatment plans, transition plans, progress notes, and appropriate updates in support of the health and recovery needs of the participant. Maintain documentation in compliance with agency, HIPAA, 42CFR, and funder standards. Properly document all services provided and complete required agency assessments in timely manner to ensure that the golden thread is documented throughout the chart. Develop and assess effectiveness of individualized treatment plans and participant progress. Assist in ongoing maintenance and review of participants’ charts and other related documentation. Ensure that all clinical documentation is completed in a timely and accurate manner and entered into the various electronic systems.
Community Involvement: Maintain accurate knowledge of NCSH programs and services. Maintain and develop positive working relationships with the general public and community-based organizations. Create and maintain a resource file of community resources that are accessible for staff and participants. Build and foster relationships in the community to support referrals between HealthRIGHT 360 and community partners.
General Responsibilities: Comply with agency’s policies and procedures. Attend and actively participate in onsite and outside meetings as assigned. Ensure providing quality treatment through compliance with training requirements. Arrange work schedule in accordance with agency’s needs which may include evenings, weekends, and holidays. Meet expected performance standards as assigned by supervisor. Attend team meetings, staff meetings, case conferences, staff trainings, collaborations, and planning meetings. Ensure work areas are organized, safe, and accessible. Other miscellaneous assignments as assigned.
And other duties as assigned.