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Better Home Healthcare of GA is currently hiring for the following positions. If you feel you have the knowledge and experience, you are welcome to apply below.

+ ACCOUNTS PAYABLE

ROLE PURPOSE
The Accounts Payable Clerk is responsible for verifying and performing system entry of invoices and other requests for payment. Serve as point of contact for vendors, financial/accounting staff and other personnel on matters related to payment status and other accounts payable issues

Job Requirements

QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS

  • 2-year college degree preferred
  • 2 or more years of payables experience
  • This job requires working knowledge of and skill in applying payables processing procedures and use of related system applications and processing hardware/equipment.
  • Experience with SAGE software is a plus
  • Basic Knowledge of Microsoft Office with a focus on Excel
  • Excellent communication and organizational skills, Strong business sense and good common sense. Persistent, accurate, sense of urgency and professional

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES AND ACCOUNTABILITES

  • Entering all invoices
  • Update and maintain accounts payable related files and records
  • Process all incoming vendor information and maintain current vendor records
  • Check all invoices, vouchers, and check requests; obtain appropriate payment approval
  • Receive, process, and reconcile all incoming invoices for appropriate charges.
  • Process AP payments
  • Reconciliation of Payroll Tax
  • Process and Enter Monthly Journal Entries

HR / Payroll Specialist

We are currently looking for an exceptionally organized, creative individual to join our ATL office as a full-time HR / Payroll Specialist. This position collaborates with the local Office Manager to ensure professional, timely and accurate delivery of human resources and payroll activities to administrative locations across Georgia. Bilingual English/Spanish a plus!

We are looking for a collaborative partner and self-starter who thrives in a dynamic and creative environment. An ideal candidate is proactive, believes in the do whatever it takes approach to work, is highly organized and able to manage many projects with hard deadlines, is technically savvy and has a positive and professional attitude.

Responsibilities:

Percentage of tasks Payroll 50% Human Resources 25% Other 25%

  • Primary point of contact for all areas of Payroll and HR, to include: benefit administration, payroll/timekeeping, employee relations, background checks and personnel file maintenance.
  • Process bi-weekly payroll and maintain information/records.
  • Process weekly timecards, ensuring thoroughness and accuracy.
  • Prepare and maintain standard and ad hoc reports / queries.
  • Reconcile staffing agency vendor invoices.
  • Administer paid time off program.
  • Conduct new hire orientations.
  • Process employee benefits enrollments and updates.
  • Administer short-term, long-term and leave of absence programs.
  • Process all employee transactions: new hires, terms, transfers, promotions and employee changes as required.
  • Support company-wide HR projects and initiatives.
  • Provide support in employee relations activities: investigations, disciplinary and grievance procedures.

Medical Billing Specialist – *Bilingual in English/Spanish

Healthcare company is searching for a Medical Billing Specialist. Our dedicated team sees primarily Medicaid patients and CMO patients and is focused on delivering clinical services that promote the ultimate level of wellness for children/Adults while educating and strengthening the entire family. If you are passionate about caring for children and working with a group that is committed to providing quality healthcare as a caring part of our population, this is the right opportunity for you!

General Description:
This position is responsible for correcting, completing and processing all claims. Capability of corresponding with outside sources (including, but not limited to: patients guarantors, and third party payers) regarding billing questions, in addition to generating reports as outlined by established procedures.

Major Duties and Responsibilities:

Ensures clinic guidelines for Medicaid/CMO are followed and maintained at all times.
Enters data as needed to ensure accuracy of coding and billing for services rendered in patients’ accounts are correct and complete – prior to claim submission.
Enters updated insurance information as needed into the Accounts Receivable computer system.
Performs closing and balancing of each business day.
Performs monthly closing; while making appropriate changes/adjustments as required.
Responsible for submission of claims to private insurances, third party payers, Medicaid and CMOs. Consistently monitors changes/additions to policies and procedures from all payers to ensure requirements are met for billing/filing claims.
Enters cash receipts while ensuring payments are allocated as determined within established protocols.
Responsible for reviewing Explanation of Benefits (EOB) and determining reasoning for disallowed and/or underpaid claims; in addition to filing appeals when required for payment.
Responsible for maintaining billing files/records by batch in accordance with established protocols.
Entering Monthly Journal Entries
Other Duties as Needed

Work Experience Requirements:

Computer, calculator,
Two years experience in billing and/or account receivables in a medical office or related field.
Knowledge of ICD-A/CPT codes and medical terminology.
Ability to interact effectively with providers, family members and other health care professionals as required.
Ability to work independently in a fast paced environment.

Education Requirements

  • Certification in Medical Billing/Coding
  • High school diploma or equivalent.
  • Ability to read and speak English effectively.
  • Strong business sense and good common sense.
  • Persistent, accurate, sense of urgency and professional
  • Basic Knowledge of Microsoft Office with a focus on Excel

Better Home Health Care has the following job opening for all location:

  • Master Level Assessors
  • CACA II
  • Case Managers
  • Paraprofessional
  • ST/Master Level Therapists
  • Licensed Counselors
  • IFI Team Lead

+ PARAPROFESSIONAL

JOB DESCRIPTION

To provide ongoing support through comprehensive assessment, planning, implementation and overall evaluation of individual consumer needs. The overall goal of the position is to enhance the quality of consumer management and satisfaction, to promote continuity of care and cost effectiveness through the integrating and functions of case management, utilization review and management and discharge planning. Has accountability for the care, coordination and discharge planning of all patients. This position is accountable to the Team Leader.

DUTIES, RESPONSIBILITIES AND EXPECTATIONS

  • Provide case management services for dual diagnosis (MH/MR) consumers in the home, school or community
  • Attend and Present cases in the treatment team meetings
  • Be available for weekly supervision
  • Submit notes within 48 hours of providing services
  • Assist treatment team in developing (treatment Goals) and developing discharge plans.
  • Provide community linkage and resources to consumer
  • Evaluate and document consumer’s progress towards their goals and make appropriate referrals
  • Conduct different mental health related groups
  • Provide crisis intervention as needed
  • Help consumers make their own choices so they can establish their own identity and lead a normal life to the best of their ability.
  • Any other duties requested by clinical director or program director (i.e. working on different committees along with the consumers and staff).

QUALIFICATIONS

Completion of high school or general equivalency diploma AND one of the following:

  • Completion of a Bachelor’s Degree (BA/BS) in a helping profession (psychology,
    counseling, community counseling, criminal justice) from an accredited college or university
  • Master’s Degree (MA/MS) in a helping profession (psychology, counseling, community counseling, criminal justice) from an accredited college or university
  • Completion of standardized training program for paraprofessionals approved by the Department of Community Health (Essential Learning)
  • Two years of experience working with at risk- children or same as adults.
  • Completion of a minimum of 40 hours of paraprofessional training and successful completion of all written exams and competency based-skills demonstrations.
  • Note: Experience may Substitute for education if evaluated as equivalent. The high school diploma or General Equivalency Diploma (GED) is required.
  • Note: Under Supervision of an appropriately licensed/credentialed professional

LANGUAGE SKILLS

Ability to read, analyze, and interpret common scientific and technical journal, financial reports, and legal documents. Ability to respond to common inquiries or complaints from customers, regulatory agencies, or members of the business community. Ability to write Person Centered Plans and progress notes that conform to prescribed style and format. Ability to effectively present information to groups of company managers and officers service users, family & guardians, government officials and/or the general public.

REASONING ABILITY

Ability to define problems, collect data, establish facts, and draw valid conclusions. Ability to interpret an extensive variety of technical instructions and deal with several abstract and concrete variables.

OTHER SKILLS & ABILITIES

Ability to learn and use personal computers. Work with a computer is common and the ability to understand word processing and certain spreadsheet programs is important. Successfully complete other training a s may be required or amended by company policy. Develop organizational and communication skills that foster TEAMWORK.

CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS

Valid driver’s license (this is a condition of employment) including personal vehicle insurance coverage. Professional licensure must be current and maintain during employment.

COMPETENCIES/TRANING REQUIREMENTS FOR ALL STAFF, DIRECT SUPPORT VOLUNTEERS, AND DIRECT SUPPORT CONSULTANTS

Must maintain proficiency in company sponsored training and certifications and privileging if required. Orientation requirements are specified for all staff and are provided prior to direct contact with individuals and are as follows:

  • Essential Learning
  • Scope of Services, Explanation of Services
  • HIPPA and Confidentiality
  • Rights and Responsibilities of individuals
  • Abuse, Neglect and Exploitation

Within the first sixty (60) days from date of hire, all staff having direct contact with individuals shall receive the following training including, but not limited to; CPR/FIRST AIDE (AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION OR RED CROSS), Understanding Person-Centered/Holistic Care, Human Rights and Responsibilities*, Communication Skills*,Applied Behavior Analysis*, Crisis Intervention Techniques*, Emergency and Disaster Plans and Procedures*, Fire Safety*, Cultural Competence, Blood Borne Pathogens (HIVL Medication and Side Effects*, Recovery and CBT/DBT training.

Annual Trainings- A minimum of 16 hours of training must be completed annually to include the trainings noted by and asterisk ( *) above.

NATIONAL CRIMINAL RECORDS CHECK: All staff must submit fingerprints prior to employment or if circumstances justify delay, within 10 business days of the employee’s start date. See HR Department for details.

+ SUPERVISED TRAINEE

JOB DESCRIPTION

To provide ongoing support through comprehensive assessment, planning, implementation and overall evaluation of individual consumer needs. The overall goal of the position is to enhance the quality of consumer management and satisfaction, to promote continuity of care and cost effectiveness through the integrating and functions of case management, utilization review and management and discharge planning. Has accountability for the care, coordination and discharge planning of all patients. This position is accountable to the Team Leader.

DUTIES, RESPONSIBILITIES AND EXPECTATIONS

  • Provide case management services for dual diagnosis (MH/MR) consumers in the home, school or community
  • Attend and Present cases in the treatment team meetings
  • Be available for weekly supervision
  • Submit notes within 48 hours of providing services
  • Assist treatment team in developing (treatment Goals) and developing discharge plans.
  • Provide community linkage and resources to consumer
  • Evaluate and document consumer’s progress towards their goals and make appropriate referrals
  • Conduct different mental health related groups
  • Provide crisis intervention as needed
  • Help consumers make their own choices so they can establish their own identity and lead a normal life to the best of their ability.
  • Any other duties requested by clinical director or program director (i.e. working on different committees along with the consumers and staff).

QUALIFICATIONS:

Completion of high school or general equivalency diploma AND one of the following:

  • Completion of a Bachelor’s Degree (BA/BS) in a helping profession (psychology,
    counseling, community counseling, criminal justice) from an accredited college or university
  • Master’s Degree (MA/MS) in a helping profession (psychology, counseling, community counseling, criminal justice) from an accredited college or university
  • Completion of standardized training program for paraprofessionals approved by the Department of Community Health (Essential Learning)
  • Two years of experience working with at risk- children or same as adults.
  • Completion of a minimum of 40 hours of paraprofessional training and successful completion of all written exams and competency based-skills demonstrations.
  • Note: Experience may Substitute for education if evaluated as equivalent. The high school diploma or General Equivalency Diploma (GED) is required.
  • Note: Under Supervision of an appropriately licensed/credentialed professional

LANGUAGE SKILLS

Ability to read, analyze, and interpret common scientific and technical journal, financial reports, and legal documents. Ability to respond to common inquiries or complaints from customers, regulatory agencies, or members of the business community. Ability to write Person Centered Plans and progress notes that conform to prescribed style and format. Ability to effectively present information to groups of company managers and officers service users, family & guardians, government officials and/or the general public.

REASONING ABILITY

Ability to define problems, collect data, establish facts, and draw valid conclusions. Ability to interpret an extensive variety of technical instructions and deal with several abstract and concrete variables.

OTHER SKILLS & ABILITIES

Ability to learn and use personal computers. Work with a computer is common and the ability to understand word processing and certain spreadsheet programs is important. Successfully complete other training a s may be required or amended by company policy. Develop organizational and communication skills that foster TEAMWORK.

CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS

Valid driver’s license (this is a condition of employment) including personal vehicle insurance coverage. Professional licensure must be current and maintain during employment.

COMPETENCIES/TRANING REQUIREMENTS FOR ALL STAFF, DIRECT SUPPORT VOLUNTEERS, AND DIRECT SUPPORT CONSULTANTS

Must maintain proficiency in company sponsored training and certifications and privileging if required. Orientation requirements are specified for all staff and are provided prior to direct contact with individuals and are as follows:

  • Essential Learning
  • Scope of Services, Explanation of Services
  • HIPPA and Confidentiality
  • Rights and Responsibilities of individuals
  • Abuse, Neglect and Exploitation

Within the first sixty (60) days from date of hire, all staff having direct contact with individuals shall receive the following training including, but not limited to; CPR/FIRST AIDE (AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION OR RED CROSS), Understanding Person-Centered/Holistic Care, Human Rights and Responsibilities*, Communication Skills*,Applied Behavior Analysis*, Crisis Intervention Techniques*, Emergency and Disaster Plans and Procedures*, Fire Safety*, Cultural Competence, Blood Borne Pathogens (HIVL Medication and Side Effects*, Recovery and CBT/DBT training.

Annual Trainings- A minimum of 16 hours of training must be completed annually to include the trainings noted by and asterisk ( *) above.

NATIONAL CRIMINAL RECORDS CHECK: All staff must submit fingerprints prior to employment or if circumstances justify delay, within 10 business days of the employee’s start date. See HR Department for details.

+ Clinical Licensed Professional (PSY, LPC, LCSW, LMT)

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Provide therapy counseling, etc. With children/ adolescents with SED.
  • Be actively engaged in the provisions of the IFI services to include convening weekly team meetings. (applicable if you are a Team Leader)
  • Meet with consumer at least 2x a month face to face or more often as clinically indicated. (applicable if you are a Team Leader)
  • Submit notes within 48 hours of services of providing services.
  • Assist with completeing reauthorization paperwork as needed. (applicable if you are a Team Leader)
  • Assist treatment team in stabilizing triggers (treatment Goals) and developing discharge plans this include attending Weekly Team Meetings.
  • Evaluate and document consumer’s progress towards their goals and make appropriate referrals.
  • Conduct different mental health related groups as needed.
  • Provide crisis intervention as needed.
  • Help consumers make their own choices, so they can establish their own identity, and lead a normal life to the best of their ability.
  • Any other duties requested by clinical director or program director (I.e. working on different committees along with the consumers and staff.)

Minimum Training and Experience

  • Practioner Level 2/3: psychologist, , LCSW,LPC, LMFT,
  • At least 3 years of experience working with children with SED
  • Work at least 32 hours per week (applicable if you are a Team Leader)

+ Clinical Team Lead

+ Team Lead

JOB DESCRIPTION

To provide ongoing support to your team by providing support and assistance on a constant bases. The overall goal of the position is to enhance the quality of each location, to manage and promote continuity of care and cost effectiveness through the integrating and functions of case management, utilization review and management and discharge planning. This position is accountable to the Clinical Director.

ROLE AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Team Lead Therapists provide behavioral health services and clinical leadership in an outpatient community based program, serving adults (18+) and their families and children & adolescents (ages 4-18). Team Lead Therapists will provide management duties for team members and engage client/families in treatment planning and motivational enhancement while planning evidence based services to most effectively attain the client’s clinical goals.

Primary Responsibilities

  • Manage an assigned team of clinicians and paraprofessionals while providing clinical leadership and feedback to meet utilization and medical necessity during treatment team meetings
  • Maintain a small case load to provide individual, family and group therapy services based on medical necessity
  • Conduct Team Lead visits to provide clinical feedback and development using evidenced base therapeutic approaches for all clients on team’s caseload every 60 days.
  • Involve client and their families in the development of SMART treatment plan goals, objectives and interventions that address their assessed behavioral health needs
  • Provide case management services to assist clients and their families with access to needed benefits and services
  • Provide coordinated care by initiating or participating in client centered consultation with other internal and external providers involved in care or services
  • Reassess and review treatment progress with team members, clients and their families at proscribed intervals
  • Serve as a liaison while assisting in establishing effective communication between Better Home Healthcare, other social agencies serving clients, and the community

Primary Responsibilities

  • Meet agency quality and compliance standard by accurately completing clinical documentation ie: treatment team notes, CIR, OTR, discharge summaries, and service reporting in a timely manner
  • Implement evidenced based practices to ensure use of effective and efficient treatment that best address client needs
  • Participation in staff training and development seminars
  • Participate in supervision with Clinical Director and in regular performance appraisals as directed
  • Understand the different funding sources available to the population served and the requirements for billing each of the funding sources
  • Provide staffing of clients and review of documentations for clients not seen within 14 days to increase coordination of care.

Special Competencies

  • Demonstrate knowledge of adolescent and early adult development and emotional disorders
  • Demonstrate knowledge of Family Systems assessments, differential treatment approaches, cultural competency and interventions including intensive case management services
  • Demonstrate knowledge of Family Systems assessments, differential treatment approaches, cultural competency and interventions including intensive case management services
  • Provide case management services for dual diagnosis (MH/MR) consumers in the home, school or community
  • Attend and Present cases in the treatment team meetings
  • Be available for weekly supervision
  • Submit notes within 48 hours of providing services
  • Assist treatment team in developing (treatment Goals) and developing discharge plans.
  • Provide community linkage and resources to consumer
  • Evaluate and document consumer’s progress towards their goals and make appropriate referrals
  • Conduct different mental health related groups
  • Provide crisis intervention as needed
  • Help consumers make their own choices so they can establish their own identity and lead a normal life to the best of their ability.
  • Any other duties requested by clinical director or program director (i.e. working on different committees along with the consumers and staff).

Education and Experience

  • Must have experience in providing counseling and/or psychotherapy services (U3 preferred; associate license considered with management experience)
  • Must demonstrate knowledge in the areas of diagnostic/ bio-psycho-social assessment, long and short term treatment, family systems theory and group treatment.
  • Completion of a Bachelor’s Degree (BA/BS) in a helping profession (psychology, counseling, community counseling, criminal justice) from an accredited college or university
  • Master’s Degree (MA/MS) in a helping profession (psychology, counseling, community counseling, criminal justice) from an accredited college or university
  • Completion of standardized training program for paraprofessionals approved by the Department of Community Health (Essential Learning)
  • Two years of experience working with at risk- children or same as adults.
  • Completion of a minimum of 40 hours of paraprofessional training and successful completion of all written exams and competency based-skills demonstrations.
  • Note: Experience may Substitute for education if evaluated as equivalent. The high school diploma or General Equivalency Diploma (GED) is required.
  • Note: Under Supervision of an appropriately licensed/credentialed professional

LANGUAGE SKILLS

Ability to read, analyze, and interpret common scientific and technical journal, financial reports, and legal documents. Ability to respond to common inquiries or complaints from customers, regulatory agencies, or members of the business community. Ability to write Person Centered Plans and progress notes that conform to prescribed style and format. Ability to effectively present information to groups of company managers and officers service users, family & guardians, government officials and/or the general public.

REASONING ABILITY

Ability to define problems, collect data, establish facts, and draw valid conclusions. Ability to interpret an extensive variety of technical instructions and deal with several abstract and concrete variables.

OTHER SKILLS & ABILITIES

Ability to learn and use personal computers. Work with a computer is common and the ability to understand word processing and certain spreadsheet programs is important. Successfully complete other training a s may be required or amended by company policy. Develop organizational and communication skills that foster TEAMWORK.

CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS

Valid driver’s license (this is a condition of employment) including personal vehicle insurance coverage. Professional licensure must be current and maintain during employment.

COMPETENCIES/TRANING REQUIREMENTS FOR ALL STAFF, DIRECT SUPPORT VOLUNTEERS, AND DIRECT SUPPORT CONSULTANTS

Must maintain proficiency in company sponsored training and certifications and privileging if required. Orientation requirements are specified for all staff and are provided prior to direct contact with individuals and are as follows:

  • Essential Learning
  • Scope of Services, Explanation of Services
  • HIPPA and Confidentiality
  • Rights and Responsibilities of individuals
  • Abuse, Neglect and Exploitation

Within the first sixty (60) days from date of hire, all staff having direct contact with individuals shall receive the following training including, but not limited to; CPR/FIRST AIDE (AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION OR RED CROSS),

Understanding Person-Centered/Holistic Care, Human Rights and Responsibilities*, Communication Skills*, Applied Behavior Analysis*, Crisis Intervention Techniques*, Emergency and Disaster Plans and Procedures*, Fire Safety*, Cultural Competence, Blood Borne Pathogens (HIVL Medication and Side Effects*, Recovery and CBT/DBT training.

Annual Trainings- A minimum of 16 hours of training must be completed annually to include the trainings noted by and asterisk (*) above.