Livongo Bilingual Registered Nurse - Mental Health (Remote Canada) in United States
The Mental Health Member Advocate is a key player on a cross-functional team comprised of medical coordinators and regulated healthcare professionals such as nurses, social workers, occupational therapists, psychiatrists and psychologists that is responsible for the delivery of clinical support and case management for members with mental health challenges and/or related symptoms. The Mental Health Member Advocate will ensure clinical quality and the highest level of member satisfaction while working directly with the member to implement and measure progress against action plans.
Serve as the case manager for members during their Mental Health program participation, ensuring the highest possible member experience and proactive communication on case progression and next steps.
Obtain a comprehensive health history by leading members through an intake assessment to capture all relevant data about their current condition and health history using a bio-psycho-social model.
Contribute to completing outcome measures and assessment questionnaires such as assessment inventories/tests as directed by psychology and psychiatry experts on Teladoc’s team.
Facilitate expedited procurement of member medical records.
Schedule treatment action plan report discussions between members and Teladoc clinicians.
Assist members to implement treatment, identifying best path to care as recommended in expert action plan report.
Provide technical and case support to Teladoc clinicians.
Meet defined service level standards for case progression, overall quality, and member satisfaction.
Ensure compliance with privacy legislation such as the Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act (PIPEDA) and Personal Health Information Protection Act (PHIPA).
Utilize technology to ensure case coordination and integrity of information documenting all internal and external communications (verbal and written)
Provide training and education to members, third party and internal partners on a variety of subjects, from administrative tasks such as how to use video conferencing tools to more in-depth topics, such as how the Mental Health program works.
Assist in building the company’s network of quality mental health community resources and partners.
Liaise with third party partners to ensure a seamless case management process with measurable outcomes and metrics.
Perform other duties, as directed.
Bachelor’s Degree of Social Work/Nursing/Occupational Therapy is preferred and in good standing with governing College.
Bi-lingual French and English Required
Experience working in the mental/behavioral health field and knowledge of the mental health system.
Demonstrated knowledge of relevant policies and legislation surrounding mental health.
Overall expert knowledge of mental health and addiction services.
5+ years’ experience in a professional office environment required; hospital, physician practice, or other medical environment preferred.
Knowledge and experience in both physical and mental health, bio-psycho-social model, determinants of health, mood disorders and respective treatment plans, prevention and functional aspects of disability, assessment methods and techniques.
Advanced assessment and diagnostic reasoning skills.
Proven ability to work effectively as part of a multidisciplinary team and demonstrate competence in performance of the facilitator/care coordinator role, case management, clinical assessment and intervention and documentation of care.
Proficiency in report writing and ability to summarize and synthesize reports.
Exceptional networker or resourceful researcher (i.e. identifying partners, providers, etc.).
Demonstrated ability to manage cases and multiple projects in parallel.
Proven excellent interpersonal skills and effective oral/written communication skills.
Demonstrated excellent organizational, problem-solving, decision-making, conflict resolution and critical thinking abilities.
Ability to work independently but recognize when escalation is warranted.
Ability to adapt to a fast-paced work environment in a growing company with expanding service lines and client base.
Competent using office productivity software (Microsoft Excel, Word, Outlook, PowerPoint, Adobe Acrobat), EMR’s and browser-based software applications to search for information and enter data.
competitive salary starting at $65,000.00 CAD
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