Behavioral Health Clinician - Floater Responsibilities
The Mental Health Behavioral Health Clinician provides professional therapeutic services to persons with mental illness and/or addictive disease. Provides service coordination for an assigned group of clients; Arranges appointment schedule at optimal intervals to maximize use of work time. Conducts face-to-face comprehensive assessment of psychiatric history to identify problems and service needs. Writes individual service plans that meet Medicaid, insurer, CARF, and other required standards for diagnoses, content, justifications for treatment, evidence of consumer input, and treatment time frames. Writes service plans that are clear, concise, complete, grammatically correct, timely, and properly coded. Secures or provides necessary signatures required to secure authorization for services. Follows all Medicaid, state, insurer, and other regulations related to the credentials required to provide authorized services.
Establish, document and implement treatment plans; attend the daily organizational staff meetings and treatment planning meetings. Clinical skill and experience to assess, plan, develop, coordinate and provide treatment, rehabilitation and support services to program clients with severe and persistent mental illnesses under the clinical supervision of the Program Manager of Intensive Services. Participates in providing treatment and dual diagnosis services.
Other Assigned Duties
Master's degree in a related area from an accredited college or university AND eligibility to be licensed.
Title: Behavioral Health Clinician
Requisition ID: HEA048V
Other Locations: GA-Dekalb, GA-Fulton