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Clinical Coordinator Behavioral Health AdventHealth Shawnee Mission
Location Address: 9100 W. 74th Street, Mission, KS 66204
Top Reasons To Work At AdventHealth Shawnee Mission
Providing faith-based, whole person care to Kansas City since 1962
Excellent health benefits, an onsite child care center and fitness facility
Tuition reimbursement to support continuing education
Employee Referral Program
Largest health care provider in Johnson County with three campuses
Full Time, 36 Hours
Every Other Friday 2PM-10:30PM
Every Other Weekend 9:30AM-10:00PM
Behavioral Health Assessment Center Specific
Provides clinical assessments for psychiatric and/or substance use issues through scheduled assessments in the Assessment Center, Emergency Department assessments, and consultations to medical floors (as directed by physician order).
Recommends and provides appropriate referral(s) based on information obtained during assessment process.
Demonstrates competence in the area of risk assessment and detailed documentation supporting recommendation.
Provides initial contact for individuals seeking assistance at the Assessment Center and initiates preliminary paperwork, including documenting accurately and completely on the Community Call Form and arranges appropriate referrals based on needs.
Documents detailed, accurate clinical information on the electronic medical record within the Behavioral Health Intake form, the BHAC database and in MIDAS.
Accurately enters charges on BH Intake form.
Assesses need for follow-up contacts with patient and initiates follow-up to pursue appropriate intervention.
Coordinates admission to a BH program in collaboration with psychiatrists, charge RN, and/or Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) associates.
Maintains knowledge of protocols with agencies such as local Mental Health Centers (related to Medicaid evaluations) and the district Attorney's offices (related to involuntary commitments).
Provides for pager coverage and responds to pager within 10 minutes of call during scheduled shift or during "on-call" status.
Provides consultation on clinical issues with physician, treatment teams, department personnel and hospital-wide personnel.
Demonstrates knowledge of EMTALA guidelines and acts in accordance with standards.
Initiates call to Managed Care organizations, provides clinical review and obtains pre-certification information.
License Addition Counselor OR Licensed Clinical Addition Counselor Preferred
Crisis Prevention Institute (CPI) training within 90 days of employment
Experience working with a variety of psychiatric and addiction disorders, patient populations, and levels of acuity
Experience working with a continuum of care including inpatient and intensive outpatient programs
Experience working with a multi-disciplinary team
Experience with community resources
Experience providing individual, group and family therapy
Experience with assessment, treatment planning, documentation, and discharge planning
Experience with crisis intervention
Awareness of therapeutic boundaries and ability to monitor transference within the therapeutic relationship
Patient-centered approach with ability to connect with each patient
The Behavioral Health (BH) Clinical Coordinator provides coordination of care for a designated patient caseload. This role may function in the BH Inpatient Program, the BH Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) or in the Behavioral Health Assessment Center (BHAC). Clinical responsibilities include provision of direct patient care through clinical assessments, individual therapy, group therapy, family therapy and/or discharge planning. Additional responsibilities include enhancing the patient experience, program development, case management, utilization management, and participation in performance improvement activities.
AdventHealth Greater Orlando (formerly Florida Hospital) is one of the largest faith-based health care providers in the United States. For 150 years, we have carried on a tradition of providing whole-person care that not only addresses patients' physical ailments, but also supports their emotional and spiritual well-being. We demonstrate the same level of compassion and care for our employees as well, doing all that we can to help them realize their full potential – both personally and professionally.