Program Supervisor and Operations Manager with more than six years of management experience in the health industry. Applies strong analytical and critical thinking skills to solve complex operational problems. Proactive in flagging and developing solutions for process inefficiencies. Seeking to apply management talents to drive long-term company growth.
The Accreditation Coordinator is responsible for furthering the mission of the National Public Health Accreditation Board:
Ensure that Intergovernmental Agreements with DHS and MESD are in place.
All communication with DHS, local partners and federal officials.
Compile, produce and disseminate all claiming reports.
Work as a conduit between DHS and local operations regarding questions, inquiries of state or federal guidance and other pertinent communication.
Ensure accurate interpretation and provide clear instructions of CMS and DHS policy.
Ensure all local applications (time study process, cost pool development, claiming calculation and training) of MAC are appropriate and in compliance with federal and state guidelines.
Develop and interpret quality assurance protocols for local MAC.
Develop guidelines for establishing and maintaining supporting documentation and agency wide Audit Files that are consistent with procedures outlines by DHS.
Act as primary trainer.
Maintain all documentation necessary to substantiate appropriate program management.
Supervisor, coordinate, manage, and implement WIC program.
Maintain the staff's required training for the program.
Conduct caseload management and assessment and adjust clinic flow.
Schedule and plan clinic throughout the year.
Create and schedule nutrition classes.
Create and implement clinic policies and procedures.
As a member of local coalitions, plan local events for the public.
Prepare yearly self review and nutrition education plan
Attend WIC coordinator meetings and state WIC meetings
Educate staff on required WIC policies and procedure changes.
Assess and counsel participants on information collected in medical and nutrition assessment which may impact nutritional status.
Successful completion of grants for multiple programs including USDA, WIC, Northwest Health Foundation for QI Activities, Tobacco Prevention, and Healthy Communities.
Monitor four program budgets each month.
Develop and share best practices regarding Quality Management with all fifteen health department program areas:
Facilitate and coordinate Quality Improvement activities for all programs.
Recruit, hire and train new employees for various health department programs.
Supervise and maintain therapy caseload of up to ten girls age 11-17.
Provide weekly individual and group therapy sessions.
Case management and coordination of care with other medical providers, family and law enforcement as needed.
Case management of multiple bed psychiatric inpatient hospital.
Facilitate care coordination meetings between psychiatrist, medical providers, family, law enforcement, health insurance provider and DHS.
All utilization review for re-authorization.
Supervise hospitalized children age six to seventeen as needed.
Provide individual and group therapy to inpatient women.
Maintain caseload up to ten, responsible for entire medical file tracking and data entry.
Coordinate service in conjunction with law enforcement and child welfare.
Testify in court regarding parental reunification issues.
Completion will be in first quarter 2014.
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