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Description: Responsible for researching, resolving, recording and re-submitting denied claims; assist in the electronic submission of claims for all payers; monitor and report on claim denials and electronic issues; provide oversight of coordination of benefits among plans.
Qualifications: 1-3 years of healthcare billing experience preferred. High School diploma or equivalent, Associates Degree preferred. Experience in third party billing with primary focus on Medicaid plans and familiarity with CPT and ICD-9 Coding required. Must be detail-oriented, have excellent organizational, analytical, and communication skills. Previous experience in electronic billing preferred.
Description: The Team Clinician is part of a Community Based Flexible Support Team which provides psychiatric rehabilitation and clinical case management services to about 100 adult clients of the Department of Mental Health. Duties include: Completing the Adult Comprehensive Assessment for all new clients admitted to the team, collaborating with other team members to complete Annual Reviews, Risk Assessments, and community safety plans. This position will also be responsible for providing consultation to team members to support their work with clients, and providing time limited direct interventions with clients served by the team carrying a small caseload of long term clients.
Qualifications: LICSW, LCSW or LMHC and experience working in a behavioral health setting. Master’s Degree in Mental Health, Social Work, Psychology, or related field. Strong assessment, writing and documentation skills required. Experience in developing and writing treatment plans and developing documentation according to Medicaid Rehab Options is a plus. Ability to use Microsoft Office. Strong interpersonal and verbal skills. Bilingual in English and another language appropriate to the health center’s patient population preferred, but not required.
Description: Under supervision of a Massachusetts licensed dentist, provides a range of clinical, administrative, and staff support for a full-range dental services. Assists in the performance of dental and radiography procedures; prepares and maintains dental equipment and supplies in accordance with established protocol, procedures, policies, and standards, and assists in the coordination of day-to-day patient administration, records, management, and office support activities.
Qualifications: High school or equivalent experience, Certified Dental Assistant/Radiology Certificate, Minimum 1 year direct Dental assisting experience. State Certified or Certification eligible. Experience with dental software a plus. Spanish speaking preferred but not required.
Description: This position is full time and will work with families and adult clients of our Integrative care service. The IBH Case manager works as a member of an integrated behavioral health team to provide comprehensive case management services to low-income and homeless individuals. These services include, but are not limited to, benefits (SSI, General Relief), housing, primary care, social and psychiatric services. The IBH Case Manager follows individual patients through a course of treatment identifying barriers to further care, working on an integrative health team of mental health clinicians, physicians and nurses to provide comprehensive case management services to low-income and homeless individuals. The IBH Case Manager follows low in-come and homeless individuals as needed in compliance with the integrated care model. The IBH Case Manager assists patients in obtaining the full range of benefits and services including: benefits (SSI, General Relief); housing, primary care, social and psychiatric services, and all other necessary services. The IBH Case Manager attends monthly integrated team meetings.
Qualifications: BA/BS with a social service related degree, 1-2 years direct care experience in a behavioral health setting preferred. Must have knowledge of the network of services available to low-income and homeless persons. Must be bilingual in Spanish and English. Must have excellent verbal and written English communication skills.
Description: This full time position will provide daily coverage to the adult medical clinics of the South End Community health center. The clinician will provide immediate access to behavioral health consultation to clients who are referred by medical providers on the same day that they are seen for medical visits.
The position will provide:
- Coverage for adult medicine clinics daily
- Implement Patient self evaluation self tools: Basis 24 and PHQ 9
- Development of psycho education groups for health center clients
- Mindfulness and coping skill interventions for medical clients
- Outreach to clients in the community as needed, social and medical case management
- Evidence based interventions for various conditions including Substance abuse and depression
- Crisis intervention with high risk clients
- Warm hand offs to services determined to be needed by the clinician and client
- Outreach to clients in their communities
Qualifications: Position requires a masters degree or higher in social work/psychology/mental Health counseling. A minimum of two years experience and licensure in Social Work or Licensed Mental Heal Clinician ( LMHC) are required.
Description: This is a full time position that will provide daily coverage to the Pediatric medical clinics of the South End Community Health center. The clinician will provide immediate access to behavioral health consultation to children and youth and their parents who are referred by the pediatric medical providers on the same day that they are seen for medical visits.
The position will provide:
- Coverage for pediatric clinics daily
- Collaboration with pediatric staff
- Development of psycho education groups for parents
- Outreach to clients in the community as needed
- Social interventions and case management
- Crisis intervention with high risk clients
- Warm hand offs to services determined to be needed by the clinician, parents and client
- Collaboration with schools and other agencies that may be involved with a child and family
Qualifications: Position requires a master’s degree or higher in social work/psychology/mental Health counseling. Two years experience and licensure in Social Work or Licensed Mental Heal Clinician (LMHC) required. Evening hours required.
Description: Rehab Specialists have direct client care responsibilities and can manage a caseload of approximately twelve clients. Rehab Specialists conduct assessments of clients’ needs and rehabilitative case management. Rehab Specialists also develop Individualized Action Plans (IAP), and write progress notes, enter data, and review client progress.
Qualifications: Bachelor’s Degree in Social Services, Human Services or related field preferred. Must be able to meet deadlines. Strong writing and documentation skills required. Experience in developing and writing treatment plans and developing documentation according to Medicaid Rehab Options a plus. Strong computer and coordinating skills.
Description: Gives basic breastfeeding information and support to new mothers, including telling them about the benefits of breastfeeding, overcoming common barriers, and getting a good start with breastfeeding; also helps mothers prevent and handle common breastfeeding concerns. Counsels WIC pregnant and breastfeeding mothers by telephone, clinic visits, and/or hospital visits at scheduled determined to by the local WIC Programs. The Peer counselor would have to be available outside the WIC clinic and the usual 8 to 5 working schedule to new mothers who are having breastfeeding problems. Keeps accurate records of all contact made with WIC mothers. May assist WIC Staff in promoting breastfeeding peer counseling through special projects and duties, as assigned.
Qualifications: High school diploma required. Attended or willing to attend breastfeeding training classes to become a peer counselor. Has some experience breastfeeding. Has access to make calls to participants, has access to transportation, either car or public. Bi-lingual in another language preferable, but not required.
Description: Develops and maintains community liaison with health and human service providers and advocacy organizations in the community served by the local WIC program. Builds an active, coordinated referral network and collaborative, working relationships between community agencies and groups and WIC. Facilitates or conducts periodic in-services for staff and/or clients at local health and human service providers and other community agencies that work with the WIC population, i.e. Head Start, nursery or day care, grade schools, churches, and neighborhood associations. Represents WIC at community health fairs, workshops, and other public forums.
Qualifications: High School or Associate’s Degree graduate, knowledge of community and neighborhoods served by the local WIC program and fluency in English. Two years experience in community work or health and human service desirable. Well-organized, systematic approach to work. Good communication skills in oral and written English. Sensitivity to the needs of the participant population.
Description: Provides nutrition care to high-risk women, infants and children under the supervision of the senior nutritionist. Duties include, but not limited to: Dietary assessment, nutritional risk assessment and food package prescription. Nutrition and breastfeeding counseling and education, Documentation and data entry, Referrals to other health and social services, follow-up nutrition education. Participates in planning, development and evaluation of program educational materials and group nutrition education session and nutrition policies.
Qualifications: Bachelors degree in public health nutrition, nutrition, food and nutrition, or nutrition education. One year experience in clinical or community nutrition, preferred. Demonstrated leadership and decision-making capabilities. Good communication skills. Sensitivity to the needs of the participant population. Availability to work at multiple WIC sites and during program clinic hours as needed.