Justice System Clinical Liaison JobAttleboro, MA
Why You'll Love This Job
BrightView was founded to give the people in our communities two things: help and hope. If you want to do the same, we would love for you to join our dynamic, rapidly growing organization and help us make a difference in hundreds of lives every single day.
At Brightview, we are constantly learning and evolving, and we are searching for a candidate who wants to learn and evolve with us! This role involves investigating causes of healthcare insurance claim denials, underpayments, or delay in payments and determining solutions for driving proper reimbursement. The role includes back-end Revenue Cycle tasks including insurance follow-up, denial management, and accounts receivable collections.
The Justice System Liaison is a clinical position created to advocate for and support our patients with justice system involvement by completing justice system progress reporting and assessments. This unique position offers diverse components including written justice system clinical progress reporting, remote participation in external treatment team meetings, coordinating patient’s care with onsite clinical leadership, conducting virtual and community-based SUD assessments. This role requires a high level of coordination of care with justice system partners and justice system involved patients and the ability to professionally interact with judges, probation leadership and officers.
Essential Job Duties:
Ensuring all necessary and appropriate releases of information, informed consent forms and confidentiality disclosure forms are adequately completed and on file with all necessary stakeholders in order to facilitate the streamlined flow of communication between parties.
Track justice system involved patients, complete and send monthly progress reports to probation and parole officers.
Conduct BrightView’s Biopsychosocial SUD assessment within courts and jails.
Ensure smooth transitions of care for incarcerated individuals who are being released from jail and transitioning to community addiction treatment services.
Skills & Qualifications
This position can conduct 70% of responsibilities remotely during set business hours and roughly 30% of time spent may require occasional travel to justice system establishments within Attleboro area to complete Community Based Assessments.
Bachelor’s Degree preferred; Associate degree may be considered with experience.
CADC or CADC-II.
Required Work Experience:
2 or more years of addiction treatment experience required.
At Brightview, you receive:
- A close-knit team of talented and skilled individuals.
- Growth opportunities within the organization.
- Competitive salary.
- Healthcare benefits including medical, dental & vision.