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Under general direction Health Services Manager OP, the Medical Behavioral Social Worker assists with development of medical and behavioral health plans of care and services to patients, families and the community, for the social, emotional, psychological, economic, and environmental issues related to the entire continuum of care. Provides support and guidance to Health Services staff members related to Behavioral Health and Social Services issues. This position is expected to maintain strong working relationships with members, providers and other health plan staff.
POSITION SUMMARYThis position works directly with the CFO of the Community Care Collaborative (CCC) on complex financial issues, and provides high level financial analysis, review, research, reports and recommendations regarding complex CCC financial projects and policy issues.Under minimal direction, acts independently and under direct authority of the CFO to coordinate and provide financial information to management by planning, developing, interpreting, monitoring and reporting financial information for use by management and the CCC Board of Directors.
This position is responsible for managing the activities of the Health Services department. Key responsibilities include managing quality improvement, utilization management, behavioral health management, pharmacy and the Whole Person Health Support program (case management and disease management programs). This position works with a wide range of internal and external people including providers and internal staff.
Manages the activities of claims administration, contracted provider reporting and processing of invoices for non-claim services. Serves as a liaison between the Third Party Administrator (TPA), contracted providers, and CCC staff to manage provider reimbursement process, including acting as the first point-of-contact with providers to identify and resolve reimbursement issues.
This position coordinates access to health-related services by assisting clients with utilizing available resources for Central Health at the Southeast Health and Wellness Center (SEHWC). Key responsibilities include identifying potential clients, completing initial pregnancy testing and assessing to ensure appropriate guidance to health services and referrals are provided. This position works closely with affiliated organizations and a wide range of community organizations.
Within the CCC Project Management Office (PMO), the Project Manager will manage various projects supporting the CCC’s vision of creating a national model for healthcare delivery for identified vulnerable populations in Travis County. The Project Manager may provide support to either or both the CCC’s Delivery System Reform Incentive Payment (DSRIP) projects or integrated delivery system (IDS) projects. DSRIP projects are part of an ongoing, larger effort led by Central Health and Community Care Collaborative to transform Travis County’s safety-net healthcare program into a seamless integrated delivery system and are associated with various metric, deliverable and outcome requirements that must be met within a set time frame. IDS projects relate to healthcare funding models, specialty care, health management and data-driven population health initiatives among others. All projects require gathering and interpreting data, developing and maintaining project schedules, maintaining and properly controlling project scope, collaboratively implementing projects, monitoring project budget, mitigating risks, fostering sustainable relationships with community partners and serving as a strategic thinking partner within the project team.
We are currently seeking a dynamic Behavioral Health Case Manager to join our team. The Behavioral Health Case Manager is a licensed, clinical professional who provides intake and assessment of callers seeking mental health services. Ability to engage positively with callers and offer strategic interventions as well as identify appropriate resources is a key skill in this position. Under the general direction of the Health Services Manager OP, this nurse case manager identifies, screens, tracks, monitors, and coordinates the care of members with behavioral health needs as well as multiple co-morbidities needs. The position has frequent or daily needs access to confidential information and protected health information. Other duties as assigned.
The Operations Manager will oversee one or more of the CCC’s service areas that support the CCC’s vision of creating a national model for healthcare delivery for identified vulnerable populations in Travis County. Responsibilities for this position include daily operations oversight, operational planning, and serving as the working owner/subject matter expert associated with assigned service lines. Service lines and programs may include primary care, specialty care, urgent care, behavioral health, telemedicine, or others and may include oversight of relevant projects within the CCC’s Delivery System Reform Incentive Payment (DSRIP) program. Working collaboratively with the CCC’s Project Management Office, the Operations Manager will oversee relevant service line projects throughout the project management process and will remain the responsible leader for ongoing operations upon project completion. Responsibilities include gathering and interpreting data, developing and maintaining project schedules, maintaining and properly controlling scope, monitoring budgets, mitigating risks, fostering sustainable relationships with community partners, and serving as a strategic thinking partner within the project team. This position will report to a CCC operations leader and will work closely with operations, claims payment, medical management, contracting, legal and analytics departments as well as CCC clinical and operations leadership.