Location: Columbus, OH
Job Title: Clinical Practice Manager
Job Type: Permanent Full Time
Shift: Days (Monday - Friday)
Minimum Guaranteed Hours: No Guarantee
- Facility supports caregivers across the nation, making a promise that they will never be alone on their journey of caring for a loved one.
- Through its unique model of in-home care, known as Structured Family Caregiving, Caregiver Homes dedicates experienced care teams to work alongside caregivers and their families, offering guidance and support at every step.
- This innovative approach earned Facility recognition as the first home and community-based organization to receive the National Committee for Quality Assurance’s (NCQA) highest level of Accreditation for Case Management.
- Caregiver Homes has been innovating in-home care since 2005 and currently serves thousands of caregivers throughout the nation.
- The Clinical Practice Manager (CPM) is responsible for the overall clinical operations of a branch.
- The CPM will work under theguidance of the Branch Manager and consults with additional clinical and compliance resources to manage clinical interdisciplinary staff to ensure the delivery of high quality services to consumers and caregivers.
- Develops and executes plans to achieve or exceed branch clinical goals and standards.
- Manages clinical service delivery and intervention processes, reviews client and caregiver data, identifies and evaluates trends, outcomes and options, analyzes variances and resource needs, and initiates strategic and corrective plans of action to achieve target results.
- Oversees all clinical compliance and quality processes.
- Effectively organizes and manages interdisciplinary clinical teams.
- Provides leadership by building talented, diverse, collaborative teams.
- Follows through on commitments. Encourages and models teamwork and partnership throughout the branch.
- Continuously improves professional, technical and leadership knowledge and skills in multiple ways such as attending educational workshops, reading trade publications, maintaining clinical certifications and licenses, and participating in professional societies and networks.
- Ensures continuous survey readiness and compliance with accepted professional standards and practices and federal/state/local regulations including fraud, waste and abuse prevention; HIPAA and similar regulations; occupational safety and health standards; and company policies, procedures and performance standards.
- Travels (usually by automobile) within assigned geographic area.
- Qualified candidates must be compassionate, able to build strong relationships with our families, work collaboratively with others, solve problems, and be flexible and technology proficient.
- Bachelor’s degree with Registered Nursing License.
- Minimum of five (5) years of case management experience and at least two (2) years of staff, program, or clinical operations management experience in healthcare and social services, including but not limited to eldercare, and/or people with disabilities and other complex medical needs.
- Additional state-specific qualifications may be required. Valid driver's license required.