Are you an MA, CNA or health technician ready to take your career to a new and exciting level? If so, you are already on your way to being the perfect fit for our Care Coordinator position!
We are a leading telehealth provider of behavioral healthcare services, bringing support teams to patients in long-term care facilities who would not otherwise have physical access to specialized care. As Care Coordinator, you will join a supportive and friendly world-class clinical team that includes psychologists, nurse practitioners, psychiatrists and clinical social workers — all of whom share a common passion for making a difference in the lives of the elderly. Break free of the confines of the same four walls as you travel between area healthcare facilities, using state-of-the-art telehealth technology to connect appreciative patients with their doctors. In this full-time role, you will receive competitive pay, excellent benefits, and paid mileage.
If you are ready to advance your healthcare career with a visionary company, apply for our Care Coordinator position today!
Care Coordinator job responsibilities include:
- Responsible for scheduling patient visits, including confirmation and coordination of daily schedules
- Support patients via technical support and ensure successful sessions with clinician
- Assist clinicians by recording all clinical observations, information provided to the patient, and patient education in EHR software
- Ensure clear communication of information between clinicians and patient, as well as inter-departmental communication
- Coordinate clinician-initiated follow-up services with the patient
- Interact with patients, family members and facility staff in a professional and empathetic manner
- Strict maintenance of patient confidentiality
- Complete required training and continuing education courses
- After completing provided training, assist the Licensed Clinical Psychologist with the administration of cognitive and emotional test instruments
Care Coordinator required skills & qualifications include:
- Education as a CNA, MA, or Health Technician
- Familiarity with behavioral health processes and medical terminology
- Ability to communicate with patients, families, facility staff and colleagues in a professional and effective manner
- Computer proficiency including MS Suite fluency and familiarity with Electronic Health Records
- Ability and willingness to travel to skilled nursing
- Valid driver’s license