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As a Case Manager with CHI you will coordinate patient care between patients, caregivers, and the multidisciplinary team; collect and evaluate information to facilitate care by assuring that admissions, continued stays, and ancillary services are medically necessary, cost-effective, and providing the appropriate setting to qualify for reimbursement.  The case manager intervenes when necessary to assure that care is coordinated and timely. Come join our Care Management team today! Our world needs compassion like never before. Our communities need caring, and our families need protection. With our combined resources, we are committed to building healthy communities, advocating for those who are poor and vulnerable, and innovating how and where healing can happen, both inside our hospitals and out in the community. This role will allow you to give back to our community and broaden your healthcare skills.
Job ID
2021-163040
Department
Care Management
Shift
Weekend
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI St. Luke's Brazosport
Employment Type
Per Diem
Location
TX-LAKE JACKSON
Works collaboratively with physicians, staff and other health care professionals within his/her Division to coordinate the care and service of selected patient populations across the continuum within the acute care setting. The role works collaboratively with patient, family, physician and other members of the health care team to achieve the highest quality clinical outcomes with the most cost effective use of available resources. The Case Manager assumes responsibility for an interdisciplinary process which assesses, plans, implements, monitors and measures the effectiveness of interventions to meet patients' treatment and transitional needs. The Case Manager is knowledgeable about various age-related care protocols and functions within their scope of practice. The Case Manager an integral member of the health care team as well as the Divisional Care Management department. Collaborates with the Divisional Care Management team on system-wide quality improvement/performance improvement initiatives.
Job ID
2021-165237
Department
Case Management
Shift
Day
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI Saint Joseph London
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
KY-LONDON
The Case Manager coordinates the care and service of selected patient populations across the continuum. He/she works collaboratively with physicians and other members of the health care team to achieve the highest quality clinical outcomes with the most cost effective use of available resources. The care manager assumes responsibility for an interdisciplinary process which assesses plans, implements, monitors and measures the effectiveness of interventions to meet patients’ treatment and transitional needs. The care manager provides services to neonate, pediatric, adolescent, adult and geriatric patients and demonstrates the knowledge and skills necessary to offer care appropriate to the age of the patient.
Job ID
2021-158959
Department
Case Management
Shift
Varied
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI St. Vincent Health
Employment Type
Pool
Location
AR-LITTLE ROCK
Position Summary:   Night shift/varied, to include weekends   The Senior Patient Logistics Coordinator performs on activities delegated by the Transfer Center RN and Patient Logistics Manager to facilitate the appropriate placement of patients within Dignity Health GSSA and specialized facilities. The incumbent uses effective interpersonal skills in all interactions involved with the position including the explanation of care needed as directed by the Transfer Center RN, sending physician, or receiving physician. This position assists with the process of efficiently and effectively coordinating movement of patients throughout the designated Dignity Health facilities and in specialize care facilities; specifically inpatient psychiatric. The Patient Logistics Coordinator assists in implementing the transfer of care plan through effective communication with care providers and administration.  Reports to the Patient Logistics Manager.   Core Duties: - Works independently to facilitate the placement of patients as directed by the Patient Logistics Manager, Patient Logistics RN, and physician orders - Facilitates the transfer of patients to the appropriate facility and unit - Identifies potential problems and brings them to the attention of the Supervisor, ANS, and/or Leadership to prevent and/or resolve barriers to timely placement and/or transfer of patients throughout the acute care setting - Communicates with referring and receiving facility staffs to ensure timely placement of patients to the appropriate level of care and unit - Documents activities clearly and accurately to promote effective communication with members of the care team, including Transfer Center, Hospital EDs, Hospital Units, Leadership, and receiving facilities. - Uses effective communication skills with colleagues, customers, physicians, and care team members, both internal and external to facilitate the timely placement of patients - Willingly provides and accepts direct, constructive feedback to and from colleagues - Verbalizes knowledge and support of Dignity Health and department Mission and Vision statements. - Exhibits a customer oriented philosophy that emphasizes both internal and external relationships focusing on customer, vendor, and patient expectations and strives to exceed them - Actively participates in, and encourages others to utilize creative and innovative approaches to accomplish duties - Performs duties in a self-directed manner with minimal supervision or direction  
Job ID
2021-180063
Department
Case Management
Shift
Night
Facility / Process Level : Name
Corporate Service Center
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
CA-Rancho Cordova
As a Social Worker at CHI you will provide direct social work services including assessment, treatment planning, intervention, counseling, and recommendations to individual patients (adolescents, adults, elder) and their families/significant others and/or groups of patients.  Is knowledgeable in areas such as active listening, social perceptiveness, critical thinking, and coordination. The social worker has the ability to carry the role of advisor, therapist, administrator and clinician.   Our world needs compassion like never before. Our communities need caring, and our families need protection. With our combined resources, we are committed to building healthy communities, advocating for those who are poor and vulnerable, and innovating how and where healing can happen, both inside our hospitals and out in the community. This role will allow you to give back to our community and broaden your healthcare skills. 
Job ID
2021-163039
Department
Care Coordination
Shift
Day
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI St. Luke's Brazosport
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
TX-LAKE JACKSON
As a Social Worker at CHI you will provide direct social work services including assessment, treatment planning, intervention, counseling, and recommendations to individual patients (adolescents, adults, elder) and their families/significant others and/or groups of patients.  Is knowledgeable in areas such as active listening, social perceptiveness, critical thinking, and coordination. The social worker has the ability to carry the role of advisor, therapist, administrator and clinician.   Our world needs compassion like never before. Our communities need caring, and our families need protection. With our combined resources, we are committed to building healthy communities, advocating for those who are poor and vulnerable, and innovating how and where healing can happen, both inside our hospitals and out in the community. This role will allow you to give back to our community and broaden your healthcare skills.  Join our Care Management team for a rewarding career!
Job ID
2021-155632
Department
Care Coordination
Shift
Day
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI St. Joseph Health Regional Hospital
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
TX-BRYAN
Job Description Summary The social worker is responsible for the implementation of standards of care for social work services in the home health and hospice setting.   Essential Job Functions/Responsibilities - Assesses the psychosocial status of clients related to the client’s illness and environment and communicates findings to the registered nurse. - Carries out social evaluations and plans intervention based on evaluation findings. - Maintains clinical records on all clients referred to social work. - Provides information and referral services to clients and families/caregivers regarding environmental needs and - Provides information to clients or families/caregivers and community agencies. - Markets and promotes the agency programs and events in the local community. - Serves as liaison between clients or families/caregivers and community agencies. - Maintains collaborative relationships with organization personnel to support client care. - Maintains and develops contracts with public and private agencies as resources for client and organization personnel. - Participates in the development of the total plan of care and case conferences as required. - Assists medical team in understanding significant social and emotional factors related to health problems. - Participates in discharge planning. - Coordinates new volunteer training, continued education, and annual evaluations. - Assigns volunteers to each hospice family and coordinates visits. - Coordinates the bereavement program. - In conjunction with the agency director, the social worker will be the contact person with the foundation department at the local hospital. - Responsible for event coordination, planning and execution. - Assures proper documentation of social services in clinical records in compliance with state, federal, and Joint Commission standards. - Other duties as delegated by the Clinical Director/Supervisor. #missioncritical
Job ID
2021-169975
Department
Home Health and Hospice
Shift
Day
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI Health Connect Home-Fargo
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
ND-WILLISTON
Pay Scale: $29.39 - $39.07   Shift: Full Time, Monday - Friday, 8am - 5pm    Job Summary:   Conducts psychosocial assessments, determines patient and family needs, and develops a plan of treatment consistent with meeting those needs. Acts as a consultant to other disciplines. Interprets psychosocial information to patient, families and other professionals and works to link patients and their family to community support systems.   Essential Duties: - Conducts psychosocial assessments on referred patients and develops a plan of treatment consistent with standards established under Medicare or other third party payors. - Provides support and crisis counseling to patients and family members. - Maintains a current and complete knowledge of local, state, and federal agencies and resources. Acts as a liaison between these agencies and staff/patients and completes referrals as appropriate. - Responsible for coordinating and implementing discharge plan for specific patients as appropriate. - Provides consultation services to other disciplines, evaluating and interpreting psychosocial information to other professionals. - Completes documentation as required by Medicare, other third party payors and The Joint Commission.
Job ID
2021-156844
Department
Hospice
Shift
Day
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI Mercy Health of Roseburg
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
OR-ROSEBURG
JOB SUMMARY: With guidance from the Market Director of Population Health Management, works collaboratively with physicians, staff and other healthcare professionals within his/her clinically integrated network (CIN), Arkansas Health Network, to provide care coordination across the healthcare continuum for patients.  The social worker is an integral member of the healthcare team who works to ensure patients are able to navigate through the healthcare continuum while improving the coordination of care and patient/family experience.  Coordinates a wide range of community-based and healthcare support services for patients.  The goal is to better manage patients in the ambulatory setting by providing a variety of support functions which contribute to the overall improvement in patients’ healthcare quality of life as well as efficient use of resources.   ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: - Uses social work expertise to provide care management across the continuum for identified highest risk (complex) patients. - Proactively acts as a patient’s advocate, responding to and working to resolve concerns - Provides health promotion activities and education for patients - Optimizes patient and family independence through providing education and links to community resources - Works with families and patients on needs that may or will affect the patient’s health, including transportation issues, financial concerns, end of life planning, etc. - Identifies potential barriers related to patient’s home setting and self-care/management needs and works with patient (and caregiver) to resolve issues - Maintains an active case load of “at risk” patients using identification and stratification tools, direct referrals from the patient’s healthcare team (physician, RN Population Health Coach, etc.) and other knowledge   - Actively participates in quality activities: - Assessing and collaborating with clinic managers and directors for CIN practices on strategies to achieve individual clinic level goals such as quality and efficiency - Communicating and coordinating with health care team in the development of tools for optimal patient outcomes and report findings - Meets on a regular basis with other outpatient population health team, as coordinated by CIN Leadership, for information sharing and continuing education activities   - Accountability for results: - Understands and self-manages to support CIN-level success goals, including improvements in quality, cost of care and member experience for CIN’s population - Identifies opportunities for improvement (at individual, clinic and CIN levels) and actively works with healthcare and CIN team to correct or improve results   - Behaviors: - Exhibits behavior in alignment with CHI St. Vincent “Values In Action” - Exhibits behavior and adopts practices to ensure optimal risk management and financial stability - Identifies potential risk management or clinical quality issues and resolves them through intervention or collaboration with other members of the healthcare team as appropriate or refers the issue to the appropriate individual(s) - Observes Universal Precautions consistently. Wears proper Personal Protective Equipment when appropriate. - Maintains knowledge of and adheres to current CHI St. Vincent facility and AHN Department policy and procedures. - Demonstrates ethical behaviors and provides confidentiality in all interactions - Identifies and reports ethical situations to AHN Leadership and Ethics Committee for resolution. - Respects patients/guest/coworkers personal property - Maintains confidentiality regarding personnel and strategic plans - Maintain confidential AHN interaction with vendors, third party payers and patient/family at all times - Adheres to CHI St. Vincent HIPPA policy and procedures   - Advocacy for quality outcomes: - Acts as a patient advocate for optimum care and a business partner to the physician - Participates as a team member to facilitate communication among all disciplines, identify barriers to meeting treatment goals, and determine ways to achieve best outcomes - Provides information and support to patients and families, helping them access needed resources within the medical center and community - Assists physicians in obtaining needed services for their patients and having access to all available data on best practice and financial outcomes - Cultivates collegial partnerships with physicians and other healthcare professionals and maintains high customer satisfaction ratings in dealing with patients and their significant others - Demonstrates innovative problem-solving skills and ability to analyze and organize data to provide evidence for necessary process changes   - Communicates effectively: - Resolves situations as appropriate within scope of job. Handles complaints/concerns in a prompt and courteous manner; assess and directs to appropriate person to deal with concerns as needed; makes attempt to solve issues with involved parties. - Demonstrates tact, courtesy, sound judgment and a professional attitude when relating with patients, families, coworkers, physicians and affiliated agencies. - Gives and receives feedback in a positive manner. - Communicates both verbally and in writing with physician and appropriate hospital staff regarding patient needs and progress of discharge plan. - Meets with AHN Leadership to discuss case specific issues. - Actively participates in staff meetings for information exchange, discussion of performance indicator results and action planning. - Develops professional relationships with community partners.   - Professional public image: - Portrays a positive public image at all times. - Acts as a role model for others. - Recognizes, appreciates, accepts and values differences in people and treats all with dignity and respect. - Attends and participates in CHI St. Vincent facility committees as assigned. - Wears clothing and CHI St. Vincent identification badge consistent with dress code and attends to personal hygiene to maintain a clean, well-groomed appearance. - Maintains attractive, safe and clean workspace. - Meets CHI St. Vincent facility attendance standards.   - Team work: - Builds and maintains positive relationships with the healthcare team- placing organizational/team goals first. - Assumes responsibility, authority and accountability for patient load, assisting other coworkers when requested or as the need arises. - Meets deadlines and takes responsibility for accomplishing one’s own work. - Takes feedback from coworkers and uses feedback to improve performance. - Participates in peer evaluations. - Identifies and actively participates in projects to assist with team self-actualization. - Participates as a team member with department wide events/programs. - Uses appropriate resources and methods to resolve conflicts with others in a positive and professional manner.   - Technology: - Documents accurately in the population health management IT platform. - Uses technology for risk management, quality improvement activities, data collection, process improvement and evaluation of improvement interventions. - Maintains technical knowledge and skills of computer systems (Cerner, Star, eClinicalWorks, Epic, population health IT platform and email)   - Organization skills: - Consistently makes appropriate mandatory reports to appropriate agencies.   - Other duties as assigned   - Physical activity requirements (Constant = 67-100% of work day, Frequent = 34-66% of work day, Occasional = 33% of work day): CONSTANT: Talking:  Expressing or exchanging ideas by means of the spoken word to convey information to coworkers, patients, visitors, etc. Hearing:  Ability to receive detailed information through oral communication from others in person or on the telephone. Fingering:  Picking, pinching, typing or otherwise working, primarily with fingers rather than with the whole hand or arm while typing. Seeing:  Ability to view for reading patient information, correspondence, computer terminal, instructions, etc.   FREQUENT: Repetitive Motions:  Substantial movements of the wrists, hands and/or fingers during typing, writing, filing, etc. Grasping:  Applying pressure to an object with the fingers and palm while picking up supplies, telephone, etc. Reaching:  Extending arm(s) and hand(s) to obtain needed items and during filing of cine films or folders. Walking:  Moving about on foot to accomplish tasks. Stooping:  Bending body downward and forward by bending spine at the waist to obtain supplies and to file. Kneeling:  Bending legs at knee to come to a rest on knee or knees during filing. Pushing:  Using upper extremities to press against something with steady force in order to thrust forward, downward, or outward while moving objects such as file drawers and supplies. Pulling:  Using upper extremities to exert force in order to draw, drag, haul, or tug objects while opening supply boxes and file drawers. Lifting:  Raising objects from a lower to a higher position or moving objects horizontally from position-to-position.   OCCASIONAL: Ascending or descending:  A short step stool using feet and legs and/or hands and arms to reach patient records on higher shelves.   PHYSICAL DEMAND REQUIREMENTS: Light Work:  Exerting up to 20 pounds of force occasionally and/or up to 10 pounds of force frequently, and/or a negligible amount of force constantly to move objects.   VISUAL ACUITY REQUIREMENTS: Work involves preparation and analysis of data, keyboard entry and extensive reading of pertinent literature.   INTELLECTUAL/EMOTIONAL REQUIREMENTS: - Adaptability to perform a variety of duties, often changing from one task to another of a different nature without loss of efficiency or composure. - Adaptability to situations involving the interpretation of feelings, ideas, or facts in terms of personal viewpoint. - Adaptability to influence people in their opinions, attitudes, or judgments about ideas or things. - Adaptability to make generalizations, evaluations, or decisions based on sensory or judgmental criteria. - Adaptability to make generalizations, evaluations, or decisions based on measurable or verifiable criteria. - Adaptability to deal with people beyond giving and receiving instructions. - Adaptability to perform under stress when confronted with emergency, critical, unusual, or dangerous situations; or situations in which working speed and sustained attention are make-or-break aspects of the job. - Adaptability to accept responsibility for the direction, control, or planning of an activity. - Adaptability to maintain both a high standard of courtesy and cooperation in dealing with coworkers, patients and visits with satisfactory job performance despite the stress of a medical work environment. TOOLS/EQUIPMENT: Standard office and medical equipment found in assigned area. WORKING CONDITIONS: Employees in this job classification have been identified as having the likelihood of occupational exposure to blood or other potentially infectious materials, therefore, are included in OSHA Exposure Control Plan with all its specifications for preventing contact with the above materials.  Employees in this job classification have also been identified as having the likelihood of exposure to sharps, glass containers and hazardous chemicals. The above is intended to describe the general content of and level of work being performed.  They are not to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and competencies required of personnel so classified.
Job ID
2021-175757
Department
Case Management
Shift
Varied
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI St. Vincent Health
Employment Type
Per Diem
Location
AR-LITTLE ROCK
Support can come in many forms. For patients with extreme illnesses or in crisis situations, support may also extend to their families and caregivers. Our Social Workers play a huge role in the collective well-being of all those involved. They provide our patients with resources, clinical counseling, and, most importantly, sincere interest. They advocate for patients to ensure they receive the support they need and stop at nothing to get the job done. If you were called into Social Work because you are passionate about improving the lives of others, you belong at CHI.   What you’ll do: - Collaborate with other professionals to evaluate patients' medical or physical condition and to assess client needs - Refer patient, client, or family to community resources such as financial assistance, legal aid, housing, job placement or education to assist in recovery from mental or physical illness - Counsel patients in individual and group sessions to help them overcome dependencies, recover from illness, and adjust to life
Job ID
2021-183274
Department
Social Work Services
Shift
Day
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI Health Saint Elizabeth Reg Med Ctr
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
NE-LINCOLN
Job Summary:   The LISW/LMSW Ambulatory Social Worker functions as a member of the PHSO’s interdisciplinary care management team and provides care coordination services to Population Health patients residing in the community setting. This includes managing a panel of high-acuity patients with a primary diagnosis of a serious mental illness or substance use disorder, supporting transitions of care across the care continuum, and arranging wrap around services.  Understands and complies with PHSO standard work flows upholding accreditation level standards.   Essential Position Expectations: - Manages transitions in care following hospital discharges, emergency department use and post-acute stays where mental illness was a primary reason for the admission or visit - Leads care coordination services for patients with a serious mental illness or substance use disorder as primary chronic conditions. - Provides at least a monthly engagement conducted either by phone, virtually or in person - Completes routine assessments of mental, social  and functional needs - Develops, implements, and updates patient care plans - Facilitates advance care planning discussions and the completion of advance directives for patients ≥ 18 years of age - Applies motivational interviewing to strengthen the patient’s own motivation for change and movement towards health behavior goals - Identifies, develops and maintains good working relationships with community resources. - Refers patients to appropriate community resources for financial assistance, counseling, mental health and substance abuse follow-up and other support services. - Arranges home care, hospice services, palliative care or DME services to assist patient in achieving a safe, optimal continuing care plan. - Provides ongoing assessment of educational needs of patient/family in collaboration with interdisciplinary staff and develops appropriate interventions and programs in response. Demonstrates ability to make appropriate and useful changes in the patient’s treatment plan when problems persist. - Manages transitions in level of care (e.g. transitions from home to a nursing facility) - Facilitates family meetings (e.g. level of care changes, care-giver support) - Supports patients in creating safety plans - Responds to patient’s in crisis - Accepts direct referrals from care management team and providers - Performs home visits as needed - Documents all patient interactions in the patient’s health record or care management documentation system immediately after the call or meeting is completed. The maximum allowable time from interaction to documentation is one business day. - Understands accountability for results and self-manages to support PHSO level success goals in the areas of quality, cost of care and patient experience. - Upholds and supports PHSO standard workflows and procedures at accreditation level quality.  
Job ID
2021-172434
Department
Case Management - Population Health
Shift
Day
Facility / Process Level : Name
MercyOne Des Moines Medical Center
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
IA-DES MOINES
GENERAL SUMMARY: Applies advanced psychosocial theory and methods to individuals of all ages as well as couples, families and groups with appropriate regard for the complexity of given problems. Responsibilities encompass the provision of advanced evaluative, preventive, therapeutic, restorative and personal care services to assist in meeting the complex psychosocial needs of Mercy patients and their families, thus enabling them to better utilize medical care resources in order to achieve their optimal level of health. May include providing consultative services to rural hospitals home care agencies and long-term care facilities. As assigned, provides social work services to patients at any and all points on the continuum of care, from pre-admission to post-discharge follow-up. May interact directly with persons of diverse ages.   ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: - Obtains social history information and identifies patient needs by interviewing the patient/family, reviewing the medical record, conferring with physicians and appropriate medical center staff and contacting other information sources as necessary and appropriate. Analysis and evaluation of patient situation - Consistently reflects advanced competency in psychosocial assessment and diagnosis. Assesses problems appropriately in terms of scope, consequences and needed interventions. - Develops individualized psychosocial case plans based on assessment and in conjunction with other members of the health care delivery team. Implements plan and monitors patient's progress. - Arranges for and/or coordinates a broad spectrum of discharge planning services. Consults with physicians, medical center staff, patient/family to determine patient's post-hospital needs and plans. Provides patient/family with information on options/resources available and strategies for utilizing these resources. Assists with all necessary referrals. - Demonstrates ability to differentiate between emergency and non-emergency tasks and responds accordingly. Provides immediate supportive counseling and necessary assistance to patients/families dealing with a crisis or emergency situation. Assists with referrals to community resources when appropriate. - Provides psychosocial counseling/treatment services to restore patients and families to optimum social and physical health adjustment within their capacity. - Provides factual information and materials to patients/families and others. Possesses knowledge of public and private welfare and health agencies available to serve the community. Makes referrals promptly to appropriate agencies for services suitable to meet patient needs. - Screens patients for financial assistance and helps clarify insurance benefits. Supports patients and families in their efforts to address and cope with the economic stresses brought on by their illness/injury. - Provides clinical and administrative social work consultation to physicians, allied health professionals, long-term care facilities and other medical centers through patient evaluations, case conferences, in-service programs and educational presentations. - Maintains liaison with community health and social service agencies, establishes effective professional relationships by personal/telephone contact and correspondence. - Provides for the emergent needs of patients and families through participation in the department's on-call program. - Documents social work activity in patient's medical record. Prepares and maintains records/reports in a timely and qualitative fashion. - Recognizes the role of a social worker in the department and how it relates to the overall function of the hospital regarding patient care. - Demonstrates leadership in problem solving and program development.   MARGINAL FUNCTIONS: - Participates in relevant hospital and community in-service training programs as required. - Participates in planning and development of social work programs. Make suggestions for improving the department's services. - Participates in the education and training of social work students, in coordination and interaction with supervisor. - Provides education and orientation to new staff members of the Care Coordination Department, as requested by supervisor. - Serves as a consultant to other social workers in areas of specialized experience. - Works on special projects and social work related tasks as assigned. - Participates on committees as appropriate. - Performs related duties as required.
Job ID
2021-173929
Department
Social Work Services
Shift
Day
Facility / Process Level : Name
MercyOne Des Moines Medical Center
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
IA-DES MOINES
Provides clinical social work services to Oncology patients/families/staff in the CHI Memorial Hospital system. The scope of practice includes biopsychosocial assessment, counseling, psychotherapy brief treatment, crisis management, end of life care, mental health consultation and meeting the holistic needs of the patient with cancer.   1. He/She provides clinical counseling to patients and families and conducts support groups. 2. He/She provides coordination and delivery of psychosocial services to patients and families throughout the cancer continuum, including prevention, diagnosis, treatment, survivorship, end of life and bereavement. 3. He/She provides psychosocial services designed to foster coping, support optimal functioning and maximize the patient’s utilization of available resources. 4. The Clinical Social Worker serves as an integral part of the Support Services Team, linking the patient with resources necessary to meet complex needs related to cancer care. 5. The Clinical Social Worker assists patients and their families in accessing financial, pharmaceutical and transportation assistance programs. 6. The Clinical Social Worker collaborates with the Support Services Team in expanding holistic services, including integrative approaches to cancer care. 7. The Clinical Social Worker participates in Tumor Conferences and advocates for patient needs. 8. He/She also participates in program development, implementation and promotional activities within CHI Memorial Cancer Services in a variety of settings. 9. The Clinical Social Worker will provide a bridge from inpatient to outpatient care when needed and will connect patients and families with community, government and national resources specific to cancer. 10. Other duties as assigned by management.
Job ID
2021-173436
Department
Cancer Center
Shift
Day
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI Memorial Chattanooga
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
TN-CHATTANOOGA
JOB SUMMARY  This job is responsible for coordinating and supporting mental health care with the assigned clinic(s) and for coordinating referrals to clinically-indicated services outside the clinic.  An incumbent functions as a core member of a Collaborative Care team that is made up of the patient’s primary care provider, a psychiatric consultant and, when available, other providers in the primary care clinic.  An incumbent may provide evidence-based treatments or consult with other mental health providers when such treatment is indicated. ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: The following section contains representative examples of job duties that might be performed in positions allocated to this job class.  Roles and responsibilities may be altered to accommodate changing business conditions and objectives as well as to tap into the skills and experience of its employees.  Accordingly, employees may be asked to perform duties that are outside the specific work that is listed.  It is not required that any position perform all duties listed, so long as primary responsibilities are consistent with the work as described.  Performance standards developed for incumbents allocated to this job class may also contain relevant job content information and are referenced hereto. Performs patient assessment/data collection, interprets findings and formulates treatment plans. - Reviews medical record/documentation prior to initial evaluation to familiarize self with patient’s history and obtains necessary information to perform a thorough, quality assessment. - Screens and assesses patients for common mental health and substance abuse disorders. - Selects and administers assessment tools according to standards as established by profession and department. - Assesses the clinical status of patients referred by primary care providers through brief consultative contacts. - Works with primary care provider to refer cases to mental health specialists and psychiatrist as appropriate. - Assists in the detection of “at risk” patients and development of plans to prevent further psychological or physical deterioration. Implements and updates psychosocial plan of care and treatment based on patient needs throughout patient’s course of care. - Works with primary care team and psychiatrist to treat and provide limited management of patients with chronic emotional and/or health problems efficiently and effectively. - Assists in preventing relapse or comorbidity in conditions that tend to recur over time. - Implements treatment through brief consultative and therapeutic contacts. - Regularly assesses clinical signs and symptoms to determine effectiveness of treatment, progress of patient towards goals, the need for modifying goals and treatment. - Conducts treatment according to established protocols or accepted clinical standards of practice. - Adheres to most recent treatment plan and documented frequency per evaluation/certification or reassessment/recertification. - Facilitates treatment plan changes (e.g. changes in medication, psychosocial treatments and/or appropriate referrals for services, etc.) for patients who are not improving as expected in consultation with the PCP and the psychiatric consultant. Works with treatment team to provide and manage treatment. - Supports and closely coordinates mental health care with the patient’s primary care provider and, when appropriate, other treating mental health providers. - Participates in regularly scheduled (usually weekly) caseload consultation with the psychiatric consultant and communicates resulting treatment recommendations to the patient’s PCP; focuses consultations focus on patients new to treatment or who are not improving as expected. - Supports psychotropic medication management prescribed by PCPs, focusing on treatment adherence, side effects and other complications, and effectiveness of treatment. - Provides or facilitates in-clinic or outside referrals to evidence-based psychosocial treatments (e.g, CBT, IPT) as clinically indicated. - Monitors patients (in person or by telephone) for changes in clinical symptoms and treatment side effects or complications. Provides effective psychotherapy and brief interventions within scope of practice. - Provides brief interventions using evidence-based techniques such as Behavioral Activation, Problem-Solving Treatment, Motivational Interviewing, or other treatments appropriate for primary care settings. - Completes relapse prevention plan with patients who are in remission. - Facilitates patient engagement and follow-up in care. Identifies and implements strategies to meet the educational needs of the patient/family/significant others as relates to psychological health and/or substance use.  - Teaches patients, families, and staff care, prevention, and treatment enhancement techniques for psychosocial/behavioral health issues. - Provide patient education about common mental health and substance abuse disorders and available treatment options. Designs effective curricula for education to address psychosocial/behavioral health issues in primary care and leads effective classes for staff/medical practitioners and other behavioral health providers. - Trains and teaches effective behavioral health interventions and the primary behavioral health model to medical practitioners and other behavioral health providers. Completes all required documentation, in an accurate and thorough manner, in accordance with CHI-FH and/or grant documentation standards. - Utilizes documentation that meets the accepted clinical, hospital and departmental standards and chart review criteria. Completes documentation responsibilities in a timely manner according to hospital and departmental criteria. - Participates in chart review process and adjusts practices according to feedback as provided. - Tracks patient follow-up and clinical outcomes using a registry; documents in-person and telephone encounters in the registry and utilizes the system to identify and re-engage patients. - Documents patient progress and treatment recommendations in the registry so they can be easily shared with PCPs, the psychiatric consultant, and other treating providers. Monitors the site’s behavioral health capabilities, identifying issues related to patient services and makes recommendations for improvement. Cultural Sensitivity and Competence:  Demonstrates proper use of communication tools/materials for effective communication and understands how the culture(s) of patient populations can affect communication, collaboration and the provision of care, treatment and services.  Patient Population Served:  Demonstrates knowledge and proper skills associated with the department’s defined specific populations served.   Performs related duties as required.
Job ID
2021-161390
Department
Behavioral Health
Shift
Varied
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI St. Vincent Health
Employment Type
Per Diem
Location
AR-LITTLE ROCK
As a Social Worker at CHI you will provide direct social work services including assessment, treatment planning, intervention, counseling, and recommendations to individual patients (adolescents, adults, elder) and their families/significant others and/or groups of patients.  Is knowledgeable in areas such as active listening, social perceptiveness, critical thinking, and coordination. The social worker has the ability to carry the role of advisor, therapist, administrator and clinician. Join our Care Management team today!   Our world needs compassion like never before. Our communities need caring, and our families need protection. With our combined resources, we are committed to building healthy communities, advocating for those who are poor and vulnerable, and innovating how and where healing can happen, both inside our hospitals and out in the community. This role will allow you to give back to our community and broaden your healthcare skills. 
Job ID
2021-181496
Department
Care Coordination
Shift
Day
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI St. Luke's Health - The Woodlands Campus
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
TX-THE WOODLANDS
As a Social Worker at CHI you will provide direct social work services including assessment, treatment planning, intervention, counseling, and recommendations to individual patients (adolescents, adults, elder) and their families/significant others and/or groups of patients.  Is knowledgeable in areas such as active listening, social perceptiveness, critical thinking, and coordination. The social worker has the ability to carry the role of advisor, therapist, administrator and clinician.
Job ID
2021-175903
Department
Care Coordination
Shift
Day
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI Baylor St. Luke's Medical Center
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
TX-HOUSTON
This Per Diem Social Worker MSW position will have the option to pick up day, evening and night shifts, and the shifts are typically 10 or 12 hours in duration. The role is also assigned to the Emergency department at St. Anne Hospital in Burien, Washington. In addition, the incumbent would have the opportunity to cross-training at other Emergency departments in the area for Virginia Mason Franciscan Health.  Job Summary: As a member of a multi-disciplinary team, responsible for assessing and providing support and intervention for the social and emotional needs of patients and their families to promote continuity of care and services.  Work involves professional activities such as psycho-social assessment, mental health screening and referral, crisis intervention, environmental assistance, patient advocacy, after-care planning and others of similar scope and complexity, depending on the assigned work unit.   Note:   1) If assigned to Behavioral Health or Emergency Services, duties also include mental health assessment and evaluation.2) Employees assigned to the Emergency Department must meet special requirements as outlined in the Minimum Job Qualifications section. Essential Job Duties: - Performs assessments, evaluation, mental health screening and/or mental health assessment and evaluation, and referrals, focusing on the psychosocial needs of the patient and family; facilitates family conferences as appropriate; identifies and communicates social, emotional and patient/family stressors to members of the care team as it relates to patient’s problems and plan of care. - Plans and coordinates interventions, provides counseling services and evaluates effectiveness of interventions for identified patients and families based on specific department standards. - Identifies and facilitates safe discharge planning along the continuum.  Communicates and documents plan to interdisciplinary patient care team. - Promotes safety, quality and appropriate resource utilization.  Advocates on behalf of patients and caregivers for service access and for safety and rights (e.g. victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, disability access or community-based services). - Ensures compliance with state reporting requirements and appropriate documentation as identified by department policy and regulatory requirements/agencies.  Provides consultation to staff and physicians regarding reporting requirements. - Provides consultation and guidance to staff and physicians about patient psychosocial issues and needs.
Job ID
2021-169316
Department
Care Management
Shift
Varied
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI Franciscan
Employment Type
Per Diem
Location
WA-BURIEN
Job Summary: As a member of a multi-disciplinary team, responsible for assessing and providing support and intervention for the social and emotional needs of patients and their families to promote continuity of care and services. Work involves professional activities such as psycho-social assessment, mental health screening and referral, crisis intervention, environmental assistance, patient advocacy, after-care planning and others of similar scope and complexity, depending on the assigned work unit.   Note: 1) If assigned to Behavioral Health or Emergency Services, duties also include mental health assessment and evaluation. 2) Employees assigned to the Emergency Department must meet special requirements as outlined in the Minimum Job Qualifications section.   Essential Job Duties: - Performs assessments, evaluation, mental health screening and/or mental health assessment and evaluation, and referrals, focusing on the psychosocial needs of the patient and family; facilitates family conferences as appropriate; identifies and communicates social, emotional and patient/family stressors to members of the care team as it relates to patient’s problems and plan of care. - Plans and coordinates interventions, provides counseling services and evaluates effectiveness of interventions for identified patients and families based on specific department standards. - Identifies and facilitates safe discharge planning along the continuum. Communicates and documents plan to interdisciplinary patient care team. - Promotes safety, quality and appropriate resource utilization. Advocates on behalf of patients and caregivers for service access and for safety and rights (e.g. victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, disability access or community-based services). - Ensures compliance with state reporting requirements and appropriate documentation as identified by department policy and regulatory requirements/agencies. Provides consultation to staff and physicians regarding reporting requirements. - Provides consultation and guidance to staff and physicians about patient psychosocial issues and needs.
Job ID
2021-150933
Department
Care Management
Shift
Varied
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI Franciscan
Employment Type
Per Diem
Location
WA-BREMERTON
Job Summary: This Social Worker MSW position works closely with the multidisciplinary teams at the emergency departments to provide comprehensive care to meet the psychological and social needs of our patients. The role will have the opportunity to float between our three King County emergency departments. The incumbent will assist the primary Social Workers at St. Francis Hospital and St. Anne Medical Center, along with acting as the primary night shift Social Worker for St. Elizabeth Hospital. The position requires use of own vehicle to travel between emergency departments as needed while on shift.     The position is on a full-time/1.0 FTE non-exempt status and is eligible for our competitive benefits package to include medical, dental and vision insurance, paid time off, an employee illness bank as well as a strong retirement plan. The schedule for this role also allows for every other weekend off.   Essential Job Duties: - Performs a wide range of clinical assessments for patients at any stage of life including children, adults and older adults. - Perform full mental health evaluations for patients in behavioral health crisis and make recommendations for treatment and dispositions. Establish safety plans prior to discharge. - Perform screenings and/or assessments for patients presenting with abuse and neglect, sexual assault, domestic violence. - Assist patients with safety planning and/or connecting with resources for their health and safety. - Perform substance use disorder screenings including utilizing the principles of SBIRT and motivational interviewing. Make appropriate treatment referrals and recommendations. - Understanding of post-acute care options including skilled nursing facility placement, home health care and in-home services. Be comfortable explaining available resources to patients and families to make the best choice for their ongoing health care. - Knowledge of local resources and referral sources related to behavioral health care, homelessness, basic needs, transportation and general resources relevant to the target population. - Ensures compliance with documentation standards - Provides consultation to staff and physicians about patients’ behavioral health and psychosocial needs, and provide thorough assessment, treatment recommendations, referral and contribute to safe discharge planning. - Utilizes technology to video teleconference with patients, as appropriate.
Job ID
2020-143914
Department
Care Management
Shift
Night
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI Franciscan
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
WA-FEDERAL WAY
Job Summary: As a member of a multi-disciplinary team, responsible for assessing and providing support and intervention for the social and emotional needs of patients and their families to promote continuity of care and services.   Work involves professional activities such as psycho-social assessment, mental health screening and referral, crisis intervention, environmental assistance, patient advocacy, after-care planning and others of similar scope and complexity, depending on the assigned work unit.   Note:  1) If assigned to Behavioral Health or Emergency Services, duties also include mental health assessment and evaluation. 2) Employees assigned to the Emergency Department must meet special requirements as outlined in the Minimum Job Qualifications section.   Essential Job Duties: - Performs assessments, evaluation, mental health screening and/or mental health assessment and evaluation, and referrals, focusing on the psychosocial needs of the patient and family; facilitates family conferences as appropriate; identifies and communicates social, emotional and patient/family stressors to members of the care team as it relates to patient’s problems and plan of care. - Plans and coordinates interventions, provides counseling services and evaluates effectiveness of interventions for identified patients and families based on specific department standards. - Identifies and facilitates safe discharge planning along the continuum.  Communicates and documents plan to interdisciplinary patient care team. - Promotes safety, quality and appropriate resource utilization.  Advocates on behalf of patients and caregivers for service access and for safety and rights (e.g. victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, disability access or community-based services). - Ensures compliance with state reporting requirements and appropriate documentation as identified by department policy and regulatory requirements/agencies.  Provides consultation to staff and physicians regarding reporting requirements. - Provides consultation and guidance to staff and physicians about patient psychosocial issues and needs.
Job ID
2020-138251
Department
Care Management
Shift
Day
Facility / Process Level : Name
CHI Franciscan
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
WA-TACOMA

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