AmeriHealth Caritas Substance Use Disorder Coordinator in Manchester, New Hampshire

Substance Use Disorder Coordinator

Location: Manchester, NH

Telecommuter?: No

ID**: 14287

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Headquartered in Philadelphia, AmeriHealth Caritas is a mission-driven organization with more than 30 years of experience. We deliver comprehensive, outcomes-driven care to those who need it most. We offer integrated managed care products, pharmaceutical benefit management and specialty pharmacy services, behavioral health services, and other administrative services. Discover more about us atwww.amerihealthcaritas.com.

AmeriHealth Caritas is currently engaged in the bidding process with the state of New Hampshire. This position is contingent upon a successful bid award.

The Substance Use Disorder Coordinator works with the Substance Use Disorder Physician to provide clinical oversight and guidance to the Plan on Substance Use Disorder issues. The Substance Use Disorder Coordinator shall be available to the MCM program on a routine basis for consultations on clinical, policy and operational issues, as well as the disposition of individual cases. Other key functions shall include coordinating Substance Use Disorder services and treatment across all functional areas including: quality management; oversight of the behavioral health Subcontract, as applicable; Care Management; Utilization Management; network development and management; Provider relations; and social determinants of health and community-based resources.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

The selected individual will have a minimum of five years demonstrated experience in the treatment of substance use disorderMust have expertise in screening assessments, treatment and Recovery strategies; use of MAT; strategies for working with child welfare agencies, correctional institutions and other health and social service agencies that serve individuals with Substance Use DisordersMasters degree requiredRN, SW or BH clinical licensure requiredMust be a licensed Alcohol and Drug Counselor (MLADC) or Licensed Mental Health Counselor

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