Care Coordinator - ADAMH Board of Franklin County

Care Coordinator

Website CompDrug

CompDrug is seeking a Care Coordinator, who is responsible for the coordination and care management of CompDrug patients. Including supporting patients in all phases of care and facilitating connection with resources, problem solving and assisting in navigation of care.

Work Arrangements
Full time, 40 hours per week.
Work hours will fall between the hours of 5:45 AM – 6 PM Monday – Friday and will be coordinated with coworkers to ensure coverage.
Hybrid: 50%remote/50%on-site + field
Reports to: Program Administrator

Essential Functions
Completes needs assessment outlining support systems and basic and potential needs. Ensures needs identified in assessment are resolved or appropriate services accessed with either internal or external care providers.
Ensures patients have access to all relevant services at CompDrug.
Works as an integral part of the CompDrug care team, and serves to coordinate care, on behalf of the patient, with other healthcare providers.
Ensures that the care of the assigned patient population is coordinated internally.
Works to ensure that patients receive the treatment they need and will educate patients to ensure they understand the care required for any co-occurring health conditions.
Works with program contact to complete requirements of funders, accreditation bodies, and CompDrug.
Seeks patients exhibiting behaviors indicating potential lapse in treatment and actively works to re-engage in treatment and provides individualized connection and problem-solving support.
Utilizes strong assessment skills and holistic health knowledge to support patients in their treatment with CompDrug and to ensure that their individual needs are met.
Provides support to the patient in a variety of settings – hospitals, appointments, court system.
Member of the medication delivery team.
Regular and timely attendance.
Other duties as assigned.

Prior care coordination experience strongly preferred.
Strong motivational interviewing and deep listening skills.
Experience with navigating health care systems.
Prefer experience with behavioral health, addiction, pregnant women, and/or Medicaid eligible patients.
Strong interpersonal and group communication skills.
Excellent computer skills.
Excellent collaborative skills.
Attention to detail and experience with data collection procedures.
Demonstrates patience and adaptability in the face of environment and situation fluctuations.
Resolution-focused with the ability to think critically and creatively.
CPR certification within 3 months of hire.

Physical Demands and Work Environment
Work is performed either remotely or onsite in an outpatient clinic setting and in the community, such as hospitals, court systems, etc.
Operates company vehicle, and transports patients as needed.
Utilizes computer and mobile phone.

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