Job Title: ECM LCSW Clinical Consultant
Reports to: Senior Director ECM
As an LCSW clinical consultant within the ECM service model:
- Provides clinical support to ECM care coordinators and clients enrolled in Enhanced Care Management services. This includes chronic disease management.
- Engages vulnerable populations as part of a multidisciplinary outreach team. This includes home visits, accompaniment to appointments, outreach to hospitals, homeless shelters and other settings, as needed.
- Provides clinical oversight and tracking for comprehensive intake assessments.
- Participates in developing patient-centered care plans for the enrollees on their panel. Approves initial plan and bi-annual updates.
- Helps to expand programming that addresses SDOH and enhances connections to community-based organizations.
- Works with hospitals to coordinate hospital admission/discharge plans with the behavioral health clinician, PCP, pertinent specialists, and other organizations with the goal of preventing readmission, if possible.
- Uses data to evaluate outcomes from targeted interventions for all patients. Assists in developing appropriate adjustments to care plans based on this data.
- Implements prevention & engagement activities.
- Provides health coaching for groups of enrollees or individual enrollees as needed.
- Engages in quality improvement efforts.
- Guiding Care Coordinators in steps to ensure the member’s safety and providing immediate consultation and guidance for any situations needing escalation of care.
- Monitoring continuous quality improvement measures for coordination of care through documentation review, clinical consultations, peer review, and other related activities to ensure quality of services.
- Overseeing charting and documentation standards adhering to ECM contracts with Managed Care Plans (MCPs).
- Valid LCSW license in California.
- Experience working with vulnerable populations, including persons with a history of trauma, those experiencing socioeconomic stress, homelessness, or substance use disorders.
- Strong interpersonal skills and clinical problem solving.
- Comfort working in an autonomous clinical setting and in an outreach setting.
- Capability of working with data to track and measure performance.
- Basic computer skills, including the ability to send and receive emails and summarize data in spreadsheets.
- Valid CA Driver’s License and proof of auto liability insurance meeting the minimum California requirements.
If you are interested in this position, please submit your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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