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Enhance seniors’ ability to manage their health and live independently by working with the care team to conduct home visits, developing and implementing plans of care, advocating on behalf of client and communicating actionable data to client’s care team.
Maintains client’s health by advocating for client, helping them understand and use their benefits, assisting in scheduling appointments, building a support system, and reinforcing use of self-management and organizational tools.
Supports client well-being by using strong observation and communication skills to coordinate care between physician office, client, caregiver and community resources.
Provides ongoing face-to-face or telephonic visits with clients to identify barriers to accessing care, and supporting the plan of care developed by PCP and Care Manager.
Contributes to the development of individualized care plan by using evidence-based guidelines and clinical knowledge, for client and provider, by evaluating and conducting home visits, gathering assessment information, and identifying problems, goals and interventions.
Assists clients and caregivers in taking an active role in health management and promotion, by coaching, education, navigation and referrals to appropriate care and community based resource.
Identifies pertinent information to communicate to care team by contacting client, as needed.
Reviews adherence to physician’s recommendations, assessing barriers to care, and documenting information for the care team. Develops cross-functional relationships with medical groups by attending appropriate meetings, working on-site, and structuring effective communication mechanisms.
Exhibits strong interpersonal, critical thinking and analytical skills through positive communication with clients, caregivers, care team and community agencies.
Demonstrates excellent organizational, decision-making and multi-tasking skills as demonstrated by problem solving and successful outcomes.
Completes timely and accurate documentation in multiple computer systems to record assessment, observations and corresponding documentation, including care plans, and progress notes.
Enhances skills and knowledge by participating in educational offerings and team case conferences and training per department guidelines.
Utilizes department desktop procedures, workflows, job aids and training material. Identifies barriers to work processes and brings to the attention of the supervisor/manager.
Maintains the client‘s right to privacy and protects SCAN and Medical Group operations by keeping information confidential.
Adheres to all quality, compliance and regulatory standards to achieve desired outcomes.
Actively supports the achievement of SCAN’s and Medical Group’s Vision and Goals.
Contributes to team effort by accomplishing related results, as needed.
AA degree, or 2+ years college in human services field.
2+ years of experience in community services, preferably a healthcare environment.
Working knowledge of medical terminology and abbreviations.
Understanding of confidential information Broad understanding of local community resources for seniors and disabled.
Proficient in MS Office.
Your Preferred Qualifications
Condition of Work
Hours: Monday-Friday, 8am to 5pm. Extended work hours, as needed.
Work is primarily in the field (based out of home office), must be willing to travel in assigned locality (Los Angeles, Riverside, San Bernardino and Orange counties).
Bi-monthly office visits to assigned locality. Maintain valid driver’s license, automobile insurance and reliable transportation.
We're always looking for talented people to join our team! Qualified applicants are encouraged to apply now!
SCAN is an equal opportunity employer and it is our policy to abide by all federal, state and local laws prohibiting employment discrimination. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment.
Our mission is simple: Keeping Seniors Healthy and Independent–that’s been our mission for almost 40 years. Rated as one of the top Medicare Advantage plans in California, SCAN Health Plan employees are passionate about what they do. Understanding that success is based on achieving the mission, SCAN employees are afforded with the training and tools necessary to do their jobs and they are rewarded... for their efforts and recognized as experts in their fields. Ask anyone who works here and we’ll proudly tell you that SCAN’s commitment has never wavered. We are as steadfast in our pledge to help our members live healthy and independent lives.