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Medical Assistant- Lead - 649640

Nursing | Harrisburg, PA | Full Time and Contract

Job Description

About Us:

TulaRay partners with clients to create staffing solutions that meet unique organizational needs. Our services are designed to reduce administrative burdens, protect your brand, and improve assignment time-to-fill. We believe that mutually successful client relationships are built on lasting quality and exceptional customer service. We pride ourselves on our uncompromising commitment to high-quality emergency management & healthcare personnel, while ensuring that our clients are taken care of with personalized attention. TulaRay manages total compliance and respectfully supports hundreds of professionals and patient-centered programs.

Minimum Qualifications  
Graduate degree in Human Services (Psychology, nursing, social work or a related field), and Six (6) years clinical experience in working with individuals with intellectual disabilities as well as mental illness.
Ability to orally communicate effectively in English with others in all levels of group and individual contacts.
Ability to communicate effectively in writing, using the English language, including computer based communication using e-mail, word processing, and data base systems.
Knowledge of Positive Practices/Approaches and the Recovery Model frameworks in Pennsylvania.
Experience working with various levels of the system for providing supports to individuals who have a dual diagnosis (provider, Administrative Entity, HCQU, etc).
Analyzing quality/risk management data to identify opportunities for system improvement.
Intermediate computer skills including use of Microsoft Office software and web based applications.
Role Description:
Clinical case management and coordination with other systems (PPRT, OMHSAS, OLTL) for acute or emergency individual cases for the identified population.
Work with the community and ICF/ID systems to identify existing clinical resource availability and needs, develop action plans to increase use/knowledge of resources and build capacity to address needs, monitor and document progress towards use of existing capacity and development of new capacity.
Collaboration and consensus building with teams, families, advocates and other stakeholders to identify and expand clinical capacity.
Development of Bureau policy and procedures regarding the provision of clinical services to individuals with intellectual disabilities who have a dual diagnosis, autism or problematic sexual behaviors.
Work with Positive Practices training lead and Agency Training Division to identify, develop and provide clinical training needs for the community and ICF/MR systems.
Participates in and facilitates Positive Practices Statewide and Regional Committee meetings as needed
Participates in and facilitates Positive Practices Leadership meetings.
Performs other related duties as required.

TulaRay is proud to be an affirmative action employer and is committed to providing equal employment opportunity regardless of race, color, ancestry, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, age, citizenship, marital status, disability, gender identity, or Veteran status. If you have a disability or special need that requires accommodation, please let us know by visiting our website at tularay.com