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- Conduct comprehensive evaluations of patients’ health status per NMC policy and procedure and evidence-based clinical practice guidelines.
- Evaluate potential abuse, neglect, and risk of danger to self and others, and assist patients and families in securing the least restrictive environment for ensuring safety.
- Fulfill mandated reporting requirements and complete internal documentation and notification processes if made aware of abuse, neglect, or exploitation of a child, adult over the age of 60, or individual with developmental disabilities.
- Develop Individualized Treatment Plans based on information collected during initial screenings/evaluations and the ongoing assessment of needs, strengths, preferences, and goals.
- Review and update Individual Treatment Plans at least every ninety (90) days following completion of the most recent plan, at the patient’s request, when clinically indicated, and/or when a recommended service is terminated, denied, or no longer available to the patient.
- Provide individual, group and family therapy as assigned.
- Work effectively with youth and possess adequate understanding of the developmental milestones of children.
- Meet productivity requirements as determined by NMC.
- Complete assigned managed care authorizations and reauthorizations and document appropriately.
- Use the electronic medical record system to document all patient evaluations, treatment plans, progress notes, and any other collateral patient information within agency and regulatory timeframes.
- Advocate for patients’ rights and assists patients in ensuring that their rights are protected and preserved.
- Provide internal and/or external referrals to other providers/agencies as deemed necessary and appropriate to patient need, per NMC policy and procedure.
- Create a climate of patient-centered care to include confidentiality, empathy, respect, and collaboration.
- Deliver patient care with respect to culture, ethnicity, gender, religious beliefs, age, and physical health problems.
- Ensure quality of care through consultation, collaboration, continuing education, certification and evaluation.
- Apply ethical and legal principles to the treatment of patients.
- Provide emergency medical treatment to patients, staff, or visitors as needed per NMC policy and procedure.
- Participate in meetings, trainings, and other activities as assigned.
- Participate in ongoing supervision and evaluation of professional practice.
- Other duties as assigned.
- Employment Requirements:
- Education: Master’s Degree in social work, counseling, or related field required.
- Experience: Two years clinically supervised work experience required;
- Drug and alcohol experience a plus.
- Licensure: Current LISW or LPCC preferred.
Job Type: Full-time
NEUROBEHAVIORAL MEDICINEBellaire, OH
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