Essential Job Functions:
Implements and ensures maintenance of REACH Crisis Stabilization Services (center-based) and other supports for individuals with intellectual/developmental disabilities and co-occurring mental illness or behavioral health needs.
Reviews staff service documentation for clinical appropriateness and accuracy.
Coordinates claims submittal and revenue collection from primary payor sources (e.g. third party payments).
Conducts retrospective service review to ensure services provided were in accordance with local, state and federal requirements.
Ensures Regional REACH Crisis Stabilization services maintain appropriate state DBHDS licensing approval.
Ensures Regional REACH Crisis Stabilization services maintain compliance with state and local Human Rights regulations, including appropriate reporting timelines.
Provides clinical and administrative supervision of REACH counselors/staff and assistant CTH director/RN.
Coordinates with REACH Clinical Teams on admission into the CTH facility.
Plans and implements structured day programming for all participants.
Coordinates transition planning for individuals utilizing REACH Crisis Stabilization services.
Maintains contact with families and/or providers upon admission to CTH services.
In collaboration with REACH Clinical teams, identifies on-going support and training/treatment needs for families and providers who utilize the CTH.
Maintains linkages and relationships with community partners.
Attends all required meetings with REACH Coordinators, REACH Director, and other REACH staff.
Identifies, coordinates and monitors necessary training for CTH staff.
Ensures the collection of required data and documentation on consumer access and utilization of REACH CTH services.
Works with team to compose guest discharge summaries.
Facilitates on-site and video consultation with REACH Medical and Clinical Directors for guests in care.
Rotates responsibility for after hours and weekend on call support for REACH CTH staff
Other duties as assigned/required.