SOCIAL WORKER – BEHAVIORAL HEALTH (2 SOUTH)
Marietta Memorial Hospital, 401 Matthew Street, Marietta, Ohio, United States of America Req #2758
Thursday, June 23, 2022
Status: Full Time – 80 hours
Hours: Monday-Friday - 8am-4:30pm
In an environment of continuous quality improvement, the Social Worker is responsible for performing social work and discharge planning services to patients and families to resolve social-emotional difficulties with illness and to ensure continuity of care for patients upon discharge. Exhibits the MHS Standards of Excellence and exercises strict confidentiality at all times.
Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work required
Master’s Degree in Social Work preferred
Minimum of two years of appropriate experience preferred
Licensed in the State of Ohio as a Social Worker
Communication skills and ability to interact congenially and empathetically
Provides emotional support, crisis intervention, and discharge planning services according to department procedures.
Assesses and develops an appropriate plan for patients and/or families to assure continuity of care needs is met.
Completes comprehensive assessments, interventions, and documentation is completed in the patient’s medical record according to written guidelines.
Utilizes knowledge and skills necessary to assist with explanation and completion of Advance Directives.
Assumes all other duties and responsibilities as necessary.
Behavioral Health Additional:
Manage all aspects of HBIPS (part of Quality Net) data auditing and collection including monthly audit of patient charts (EMR) and data entry into database. Report to director any potential shortcomings found.
Manage patient information database and generates monthly reports to track and trend referral, admission and discharge data. Utilizes data to complete program’s key statistical reports and generates reports as needed.
Initiate pre-certification calls for private insurance and managed Medicare and Medicaid
plans. Also provide concurrent reviews throughout the patient stay. Track utilization review outcomes in binder. Manage insurance appeal process and work with hospital Denial Management Coordinator to make collection.
Manages involuntary patients on a spreadsheet in regard to timing of filing court paperwork and hearings. Works closely with court personnel to maintain good relationship.
Collects and manages all quality outcomes (like NCR Picker). Reports of program clinical successes submitted to Program Director.
Prepares marketing collaterals and educational materials, including; mailers, fliers, brochures and presentations by formatting content and graphics. Coordinates with hospital marketing department to ensure required approvals are obtained prior to distribution.
Write schedule for clinical staff.
Compensation Details: Education, experience, and tenure may be considered along with internal equity when job offers are extended. Minimum hiring rate for this position is listed below.
Memorial Health System is proud to offer an affordable, comprehensive benefit package to all full time and flex time employees.
Medical Insurance – PPO & HDHP
Dental and Vison Insurance
Health Saving Account
Flexible Spending Account
Pension Plan – Defined Contribution
403b Retirement Plan
Voluntary Life Insurance
Short-Term & Long-Term Disability
Holiday Pay & Premium
Performance & Market Increases
Relocation Package, if applicable
This position is patient facing and/or requires close interaction with other employees, or other factors that would compel mandatory vaccinations unless otherwise approved for a medical or religious exemption.
Memorial Health System is an equal opportunity provider and employer.
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Job Family Non-Clinical Job Function Frontline Employee Pay Type Salary Min Hiring Rate $23.69