Job Title:
Clinical Case Manager
Job ID:
444710
Location:
Harding
Department:
Psychiatric Emergency Services
Full/Part Time:
Full-Time
Regular/Temporary:
Regular
Shift:
Day
FTE %:
100
Salary Range Min:
$63,300.00
Salary Range Max:
$94,950.00

Position summary

Clinical Case Manager (Job Opening 444710) - Position Summary The PES Clinical Case Manager facilitates a caseload of behavioral health patients with the primary focus of efficient, effective, compassionate crisis intervention, stabilization, case management, and a safe transition from the ED to home, outpatient, partial hospitalization, or psychiatric inpatient settings. The Clinical Case Manager focuses on assisting PES patients return to stable functioning by increasing their immediate access to psychosocial assessments, interventions, and psychiatric medical interventions. The PES Clinical Case Manager provides crisis intervention, treatment planning, psycho-education, brief interventions, and case management. The Clinical Case Manager provides linkage and access to necessary internal and external support services, including mental health services, transportation, financial benefits, medical and legal services, and community resources, when possible, such as emergency food, clothing, shelter, etc. in an effort to stabilize the patient in crisis, and to enhance long-term functioning. The PES Clinical Case Manager collaboratively works with PES, PES, and Harding inpatient team members including psychiatrists, nurses, nurse-practitioners, social workers and PES Clinicians. The PES Case Managera??s goals are to provide patient care and supportive services that are directed at achievement of patient care outcomes, maximizing the patient`s involvement in his/her own care plan, improving service levels, reducing the frequency of unnecessary psychiatric hospitalization or readmissions, and decreasing costs. The PES Clinical Case Manager maintains an awareness of state and national mental health care trends and proactively responds with initiatives to enhance provision of care and ensure efficient resource utilization.

Education and experience

Minimum Qualifications For Hire: Mastera??s degree in Social Work or Professional Counseling, bachelors in nursing, or related field and valid Ohio licensure required. Mastera??s degree in Social Work or Professional Counseling preferred. Eligibility for future independent licensure or equivalent required. Independent licensure (LISW or LPCC) preferred. Pre or Post-Mastera??s or pre-bachelors in nursing training and experience in working with patients with mental illness and/or substance disorders is also required. Experience via an internship prior to completing Mastera??s level education may be considered. Experience with completing mental health & crisis assessments, case-management, and conducting evidenced based psychosocial interventio