Consumer Direct Care Network

Program Coordinator

Job Locations US-FL-Sunrise
Posted Date 2 weeks ago(2/9/2018 11:33 AM)
ID
2018-1600
# of Openings
1
Category
Homecare Support

Overview

Company: Consumer Direct Care Network-Florida

Position: Program Coordinator 

Schedule: Full-Time

Location: Remote (Florida) - Telecommuting Position

 

*For consideration of employment, please include a resume.* 

 

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POSITION OVERVIEW

Consumer Direct Care Network is seeking a people-oriented, customer-focused individual to join our team located in our Sunrise location. The Program Coordinator position is now available with the option to reside anywhere within the state. Coordinator will be responsible for assisting in maintaining and coordinating face-to-face intakes, referrals, and discharge systems to assure client’s needs are appropriately met for not only the Sunrise location but surrounding areas as well. As a Program Coordinator it will be your responsibility to provide cohesiveness to the office environment, as well as support continuous quality and improvement of the office as related to management of the day-to-day operation. Travel in the surrounding area required.

 

In the Consumer Direct Care Network our employees are committed, dependable, professional and accountable.  We value integrity, honesty and respect for others. We have high standards for how our employees conduct themselves at work and in the communities we support. Come join our team and be a part of a rewarding career helping others! 

 

 

WHAT YOU WILL DO

 

  • Answer incoming telephone calls, determine purpose of callers, and forward calls to appropriate personnel or department
  • Responsible for ensuring compliance with contractual requirements, HIPAA and state regulations
  • Maintain caseloads, track compliance, keep up to date on regulations related to each Participant Directed Option recipient
  • Assist Regional Coordinator with training, answering questions related to daily operations, processes and procedures, new developments, best practices, etc.
  • Receive, screen, respond, and complete intake information from inquiries for agency services
  • Track and monitor requirements by utilizing spreadsheets and web-based applications
  • Prepare and process Participant referrals for new intakes and transferred cases, this includes face to face meetings with Participants
  • Notify MCO (Managed Care Organization) of any changes in Participant medical condition, newly identified needs, plan of care and suspected abuse/exploitation of Participant
  • Assist in preparing for Managed Care Organization audits
  • Responsible for forwarding necessary information to timesheet auditor and the billing/accounting department
  • Inform Regional Coordinator of any documented activity in the field that might be viewed by Medicaid or Consumer Direct as fraudulent in nature and/or against program mandates and guidelines
  • Act as a troubleshooter for inquiry calls or drop in visits regarding general program information or for consumer complaints
  • Process employee applications and route payroll information in a timely manner
  • Complete new hire report, background checks, fingerprinting and Federal checks in a timely manner
  • Assist in maintaining and replenishing state required forms as needed
  • Attend educational meetings, training sessions and other meetings as needed or required by program
  • Write Standard Operating Procedures
  • Provide training to staff
  • Monitor and report Fraud, Waste and Abuse (FWA)
  • Some in-state travel required

 

 

QUALIFICATIONS

 

  • Bachelor’s degree from a four-year college or university preferred
  • Proficient and working knowledge of Microsoft Office
  • Two to four years related experience in home health care or combination of education and experience
  • Experience in the field of healthcare highly desirable
  • Familiarity with commonly used medical terminology preferred
  • Bilingual in English/Spanish with oral and written communications required
  • Experience in writing Standard Operating Procedures and/or providing training to staff is preferred
  • Must be able to successfully pass a level II AHCA screening 
  • Must have an unrestricted driver's license with a reliable and insured vehicle

 

WHAT’S IN IT FOR YOU

 

When you join Consumer Direct Care Network, you are exposed to numerous professional development opportunities during your hands-on, formal training. We welcome your contributions, value your integrity and champion your vision while we collaborate on work that moves us all toward a compassionate community. In our growing organization, we have a long history of helping individuals build their careers in the home care industry. It is truly a place where there is something for everyone. Whether your success is determined by a particular lifestyle you want to support, professional growth, or seeking new and challenging work. Our employees have a direct impact, vision and influence on an expanding nationwide company which has that small company feel. Your success will be greatly rewarded.

 

Above all, you will experience career satisfaction of working in a culture built on its sense of care for not only the members we support in the community but our greatest asset, our people. That vision of care stems throughout the entire organization from the care we provide to making sure our people are appreciated, supported and employed with a company they can be proud to work and grow with. Caring for others comes naturally at Consumer Direct Care Network. Our deep history of connecting people and championing change has made us strong and resilient. Pride in our diversity and our strength of character build our capacity to care for one another. You benefit from our experience by being immersed in a fun, fulfilling work atmosphere geared toward helping others. We are proud of the longevity and loyalty that our employees show. Their commitment to doing good work is what makes us a leader in the industry.

 

As a Consumer Direct Care Network team member you will receive:

  • Benefits for all employees
  • Rewarding career helping others
  • Fun and engaging work environment built on team unity
  • Paid Time Off  for the things you love to do
  • Holiday and sick time available
  • Retirement planning
  • Professional training to help advance your skills for career development 
  • Job satisfaction knowing you make a difference in the work you do and lives we serve

                              *Benefits may vary depending on employment status*

 

 

WHO WE ARE

 

Consumer Direct Care Network specializes in home and community-based services that assist older adults and individuals of all ages with disabilities and impairments to continue to live their lives independently in their own homes and communities. Our services are available in large cities, small towns and remote rural areas in 13 states and the District of Columbia. As a leader in home based health care, we provide a variety of services from traditional in-home care to financial management services for those who self-direct their care and services. We have extensive experience with Medicaid, Medicare, private insurance, and with supporting people who pay for their own care. 

 

Your opportunities within our network are endless, it’s not just a job, it’s a career… advance it with the Consumer Direct Care Network!

 

 

 

The Consumer Direct Care Network and its subsidiaries are an Equal Opportunity Employer and drug-free workplace.

 

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