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[ Philadelphia Behavioral Health Consultant ] Job Information
Category Mental Health Job Type Temporary Full-time
Job Status Sourcing Minimum Education College - Graduate
Degree Title Minimum Experience
No of Jobs 3 Duration
Start Publishing 08/23/2019 Stop Publishing 12/23/2019

Behavioral Health Consultant needed for full-time, temporary position in Philadelphia County. 

Provide clinical behavioral health services in a manner that upholds the health center's mission and quality standards and results in better patient health outcomes and overall satisfaction, and stronger operational and fiscal capacity of the health center. Provide services, as directed, at facilities other than a company location in the event that an incident that compromises the safety, security or integrity of the United States of America should occur.

Consultation with PCPs to enhance understanding of the patient, provide decision support for treatment planning and assist in the implementation and monitoring of biopsychosocial treatment plans. Individual, couples, and/or family consultation with patients, including: Coordination of Care - Provide consultation to and coordinate care of patients with health center primary care staff. Identify, refer, and advocate for patients needing specialty behavioral health service, and other services as needed.

Crisis Intervention - Be immediately available to the health center staff during working hours in the event of a psychiatric emergency. Participate as a member of the health center staff in the event of any other kind of emergency. Charting - Complete all charting in patient medical record and as needed and required by contracted funding sources: including assessments, progress notes, and billing. Case Consultations - Participate in case consultations, peer reviews and clinical supervision as scheduled and required by company.

PA LCSW with a minimum of two years’ experience. Competency in providing cognitive and behavioral interventions to individuals, families, couples, and groups with behavioral health/substance abuse problems in a primary care setting. Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to work collaboratively with primary care staff, patients and other behavioral health clinicians. Current clearances, NPI, NPDB clearance.

Preferred Skills
Posted 08/23/2019 15:02:32