Highmark Health Behavioral Health Coach in Helena, Montana
Job Description :
This job assures that Pediatric members with medical and psychosocial needs have access to high quality, cost-effective health care. This role supports members through motivational enhancement by developing goals, self-management skills and behaviors that impact well-being and lifestyle changes. The incumbent will also encourage engagement in low intensity interventions. This is accomplished by assisting in the initial screening, identifying gaps in care and barriers to adherence, goal setting, planning, arranging, coordinating, necessary to facilitate member access to healthcare services and community resources. Conducting accurate planning, and collaborating with internal and/or external customers and contacts. Following established regulatory guidelines, policies, and procedures in relation to member interventions and documentation of activities related to the member’s care and progress across the continuum of care. Facilitating and/or participating in interdisciplinary and/or interagency meetings, when necessary, to facilitate coordination of services/resources for members. The overall goal is to help members navigate the health care system and develop condition self-management skills through behavior change. This is a Pediatric focused position that will be working with our member population 17 and under and their families.
Communicate effectively while performing customer telephonic motivational interviewingwith external contacts.Educate members in order to enhance member understanding of illness/disease impact and to positively impact member care plan adherence, pharmacy regimen maintenance, and health outcomes including health behavior changes.
Collaborate with Case Management Specialists, Management Team, Physician Advisors, Primary Care Physicians, Medical Specialists, Home Health and other ancillary healthcare providers with the goal being to coordinate member care.
Collect member medical information from a variety of sources including providers and internal records and use appropriate clinical judgment, consultation with internal Physician Advisors and other internal cross-departmental consultation to determine unmet member needs.Maintain a working knowledge of available resources for addressing identified member needs and to facilitate proactive and efficient provision of services.
Attend and participate in required meetings, interagency and/or interdisciplinary team meetings, including staff meetings, internal rounds, and other in-services in order to enhance professional knowledge and competency for overall management of members.Participate in departmental and/or organizational work and quality initiative teams.Attend internal and external continuing education forums annually to enhance overall clinical skills and maintain professional licensure, if applicable.
Educate health team colleagues of the role and responsibility of Case Management and the unique needs of the populations served in order to foster constructive and collaborative solutions to meet member needs.
Other duties as assigned or requested.
- Bachelor's Degree in Nursing, Health Education or related field
- 6 years of related and progressive experience in lieu of Bachelor's degree
- Master's Degree in Nursing, Health Education or related field
- 3 years in Acute or Managed Care OR Behavioral and Mental Health roles
- Pediatric experience and knowledge around Spectrum disorders, eating disorders, ADHD, gender dysphoria, family systems and therapeutic resources,.
LICENSES or CERTIFICATIONS
- Board Certified Coach
Ability to manage critical conversations
Effective communication skills (listening, verbal and written)
Comfort in leading one-on-on conversations while practicing clinical and motivational interviewing skills
Capacity to work under pressure
Ability to identify risk and gaps in care
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