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Assistant Program Director - Safe Options Support Team

Department: Community Care Programs Reports To: Program Director Salary: $65000 Schedule: Monday - Friday 9AM - 5PM

Posted: Dec 06, 2022
Location: Bronx, NY
Type: Full Time

Job Responsibilities

The Assistant Director will play a pivotal role on one of the Governor’s newly launched innovative Safe Options Support (SOS) teams, that will provide comprehensive care to street homeless or subway dwelling individuals. The multi-disciplinary SOS team will consist of a Director, Assistant Director, Licensed Clinicians, Care Managers, a Registered Nurse, and a Peer Specialist. The team will support program participants in the community through the application of the highly acclaimed, Critical Time Intervention, evidence-based, model of care. The Assistant Director will be a part of the management team of the SOS team. The position will involve both oversight of staff and program operations as well as community outreach on the streets and subways, coordinating participants needs before and after their move from street to home, enhancing their daily living skills, providing supportive counselling, and advocating on their behalf when faced with discrimination or healthcare inequities. Member choice, harm reduction, non-coercion, flexibility, and person-centered core elements are essential to this team. The SOS teams will continue to follow participants for several months after housing placement to ensure their stability, independence, and wellbeing in their new community. The role will require field-based work, periodic on call coverage, and a willingness to work flexible hours. This is an exciting opportunity for a clinician who is looking to transform community healthcare in NYC and making long lasting positive changes in the lives of homeless New Yorkers. Responsibilities: In collaboration with the Program Director provide clinical and operational leadership to the SOS team Persistent and assertive outreach and engagement using strength-based approaches beginning either at known “hang-outs” or “Hot spots” within the transit system or during an inpatient hospital admission or emergency department visit Partnering and collaborating with current street outreach teams, local police precincts, local hospitals, the MTA, the Department of Homeless Services, and family members/caregivers to identify those in most need of outreach and care Continuously assess the health and social needs of participants through SOS’s conversational and observational assessments and formalized risk assessments tools for those identified as being at high risk Work in collaborations with the centralized SOR Hub to identify available housing and to support participants through the process. Tasks may include completing HRA 2010e, applying for housing, prepping for interviews, follow up with housing providers, and assistance with moving in (day of move) with obtaining housing supplies and learning the neighborhood Participate in hospital discharge planning meetings to identify the best community resources for returning participants Provide short term therapeutic counseling and support to participants pre and post housing Collects and reports data, as required and work with team leader, data analyst and other SOS teams to use data to inform future care delivery Once housed work with participants and their housing providers to resolve clinical issues that are impacting on the participant’s ability manage and retain supportive housing Foster relationship with community provides to ensure that recipients are connected to appropriate services as they transition back into the community Appointment navigation including accompaniment to appointments, travel training, reengagement in community care, and addressing barriers to care Facilitating crisis interventions, referrals, and hospitalizations as appropriate Review documentation and conduct comprehensive psychosocial assessments to determine the medical, psychiatric, housing, and other social needs in the community Obtain historical and collateral information from multiple sources to support participants behavioral and physical health needs Monitor, evaluate and record participant progress with respect to care plan goals Attend and participate in team meetings and supervisory sessions Perform other related duties as assigned Benefits:

Job Requirements

Qualifications: Minimum Education and Experience Requirements: Licensed master’s degree or higher in social work, mental health counseling, nursing, or psychology Experience working with homeless and/or precariously housed populations preferred but not required Interest in developing management skills Knowledge of homeless resources, NYC shelter systems, and MTA transit systems a plus. Knowledge of counseling principles and methods for mental illness and substance use disorders Knowledge of treatment, rehabilitation, and community support programs as they relate to recipient/residents, families, and staff Knowledge of techniques for identifying, assessing, and preventing potentially violent behavior, including crisis management and de-escalation techniques Ability to develop, evaluate, implement, and modify treatment intervention to meet the needs of individual recipients Ability to prepare accurate and timely reports Computer proficiency in Health Information

How to Apply

If you are interested in this position, please contact forward your resume and cover letter in one document (PDF or Word) to the Senior Vice President of Community Care Programs - Sheryl Silver at ssilver@thebridgeny.org.

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Contact: Sheryl Silver

Program Manager 2 (Supportive Housing)

The Program Manager 2 (Supportive Housing) is responsible for the oversight of the DePaul Supportive Housing designated site.

Posted: Dec 06, 2022
Location: Albany, NY
Type: full-time

Job Responsibilities

$1,000 SIGN-ON BONUS! DePaul's Veddersburg Apartments in the City of Amsterdam are looking now hiring a full-time Program Manager 2! The Program Manager 2 (Supportive Housing) is responsible for the oversight of the DePaul Supportive Housing designated site. This includes managing all aspects of the program, including ensuring quality care for the tenants, the effective supervision of staff and completing the necessary reporting requirements. Program Manager is a primary marketer of the program and is responsible for creating and maintaining relationships with all referral agencies. Must also be able to speak knowledgeably about the community units to help market them. Offers prompts and advice to program applicants regarding financial applications or recertifications. Program Manager takes lead on social activities that are available to both program and community tenants. Program Manager is the DePaul representative to the county OHM office, SPOA, and the CoC. Must foster an environment where a small team of staff pitch in to help with duties that crossover to make sure both the program and property side of the site function to DePaul standards. The geographical distance of the site from DePaul’s administration offices necessitates that the Program Manager be able to work with a high level of independence. Responsibilities Represent DePaul at Continuum of Care meetings. Represent DePaul at County SPOA meetings. Market the Supportive Housing program throughout the County. Work in collaboration with DePaul Compliance to help potential tenants understand financial certification process and assist with gathering documentation when necessary. Responsible for the oversight, supervision, and evaluation of program staff. Ensure that appropriate tenant records are maintained including the formulation of a housing support plan for each tenant. Adheres to and oversees program budget and reviews them for accuracy including the approval of all program expenditures per agency protocol. Responsible for the hiring of program staff. Ensure that staff are properly trained and evaluated, including attending any required trainings. Responsible for submitting periodic required reports and necessary statistics to oversight agencies. Develops positive working relationship with various community service agencies including the local government unit. Oversee the referral process for evaluation and intake of all potential program tenants. Assume coverage of tenants or see to it that coverage is provided when direct care staff are not available. Ensure that all housing resources are available to all tenants. Ensure that all staff adhere to person centered philosophies and practices. Ensure that staff initiates direct contact with the tenant on at least a monthly basis for the purpose of reviewing and discussing their current living environment. Assist the tenant when necessary to settle housing related disputes with the landlord. Assist tenants in contacting landlord, verifying income for lease renewals, and negotiating lease agreements when necessary. Perform any other duties necessary for the effective and efficient operation of the program.

Job Requirements

Must meet one of the following three criteria: 1) Bachelor’s degree in Psychology or Human Service field plus two years of experience working with a special needs population (one year of supervisory experience preferred). 2) Associate’s degree in a Human Service field plus three years of experience working with a special needs population (one year of supervisory experience preferred). 3) High School diploma or GED plus five years’ experience working with a special needs population (one year of supervisory experience preferred). In addition to the above criteria this position also requires a clean NYS driving record as outlined in DePaul’s personnel policy. The use of one’s personal vehicle is also a requirement. *Bi-lingual in English & Spanish preferred but not required.

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Contact: Alyssa Becker, 585-719-3313, abecker@depaul.org

Housing Specialist

Clinton Avenue Apartments, a Single-Site Supportive Housing Program, is now hiring a full-time Housing Specialist! Responsible...

Posted: Dec 06, 2022
Location: Albany, NY
Type: full-time

Job Responsibilities

DIRECT SERVICE RESPONSIBILITIES: Develop, monitor and update housing support plans to identify which services DePaul is to provide to maximize clients success. Assists in linkage to any necessary support services such as mental health treatment, medical, vocational and educational services. Networks with support services such as mental health treatment, medical, vocational and educational services. Assists clients in accessing and keeping all financial entitlements they are eligible for. Maintain accurate, up-to-date records. Assists the other staff in the building by performing essential duties in their absence. Performs other duties as assigned. ADMINISTRATIVE RESPONSIBILITIES: Attend county SPOA meetings as part of DePaul’s intake team to help with admission decisions. Assess referrals to determine if SP SRO is an appropriate level of care for individuals.

Job Requirements

Education: Bachelor’s degree or 4 years of mental health and/or specials needs population experience (per site needs). Experience: One year working in human services field preferred; or equivalent combination of education and experience. Other: Valid New York State driver’s license. Must meet qualifications set by agency’s clean driver record policy. Use of personal vehicle required.

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Contact: Alyssa Becker, 585-719-3313, abecker@depaul.org

Supportive Housing Specialist

The Supportive Housing Specialist will be responsible for assisting tenants with all necessary linkages and to help them...

Posted: Dec 06, 2022
Location: Rochester, NY
Type: full-time

Job Responsibilities

$1,000 SIGN-ON BONUS! DePaul is now hiring a full-time Supportive Housing Specialist! The Supportive Housing Specialist will be responsible for assisting tenants with all necessary linkages and to help them maintain a stable community living environment of their choice. Responsibilities To assist tenants in securing a safe and affordable apartment of their choice. Provide support to the tenant with establishing and maintaining utilities. Assist with the purchasing of furniture and needed household items. To initiate a direct contact with the tenant on at least a monthly basis for the purpose of reviewing their current living environment and monitoring their mental health status. Documents all visits and client contacts in the tenant’s record. Practices person-centered practices and demonstrates a positive, caring demeanor when working with tenants. Work with the tenant and their service providers to provide regular ongoing support. Assisting the tenant when necessary to settle housing related disputes with the landlord. Provide teaching, monitoring and recovery-oriented supports as needed in the areas associated with living independently. Work with the tenant to ensure that all entitlements are secured and maintained. Work with the tenant and their support team to create an individualized housing support plan. To provide transportation to the tenant when necessary. Ensure that the tenant maintains required clinical services and other linkages, such as medical and dental treatment as well as vocational education as needed. Ensure that all new tenants apply for HUD / Section 8 housing. Maintain adequate records and provider reports and statistics as requested by the supervisor. Coordinates the moving in (and out) of tenants as necessary. Performs any other duties necessary for the effective and efficient operation of the program.

Job Requirements

Bachelor’s degree or 4 years of mental health experience or equivalent. One year experience working in human services field preferred; or equivalent combination of education and experience. *In addition to the above criteria this position also requires a clean NYS driving record as outlined in DePaul’s personnel policy. The use of one’s personal vehicle is also a requirement.

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Contact: Alyssa Becker, 585-719-3313, abecker@depaul.org

Program Director - Linden Terrace

Job Title: Department: Brooklyn - Linden Terrace Schedule: Monday - Friday 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM Salary: $50000 - $65000

Posted: Nov 15, 2022
Location: Brooklyn, NY
Type: Full Time

Job Responsibilities

1. Supervise case managers and other social service staff in supportive housing programs serving formerly homeless individuals diagnosed with serious mental illness and/or substance use disorders. 2. Supervise delivery of services to clients, including program admission, ongoing supportive services to maintain stable housing, and discharge from the program. 3. Ensure that the program is prepared for successful audits and reviews by funding agencies. Complete monthly data collection to monitor services and trends in census, incidents, and funder outcomes. 4. Available on call for 24-hour crisis intervention. Attend case conferences at hospitals or other providers. Willing to work evenings and or weekends as needed. 5. In conjunction with Area Director manage personnel activities, including hiring, shift scheduling, developing policies and procedures, staff meetings, case conferences, staff training, performance evaluations, disciplinary actions and labor/management issues. 6. Perform all required administrative duties, including reviewing the accuracy of data entry in electronic data bases, monitor performance measures, petty cash, and monitoring staff attendance. 7. Ongoing assessment of apartment maintenance and building services, acting as liaison with external Property Management staff regarding client repair needs. 8. Attend staff meetings, supervision and trainings as required. 9. Any other duties as may be assigned. Benefits: • Medical Insurance • Dental Insurance • Flexible Spending Accounts • Life Insurance • Short-Term Disability Insurance • Qualified Transportation Expense Accounts • Pension/Retirement Plan • Tuition Reimbursement • In-Service Trainings • Paid Holidays • Vacation Days • Personal Days • Sick Leave • Family and Medical Leave

Job Requirements

• Covid-19 vaccination and mask wearing required • MSW or Masters in a related field • Experience working with mental health, crisis intervention and managing trauma triggered behavior • Excellent time management, communication, and organization skills • Must be stress resistant, flexible, a team player who is open to feedback and creative • Willingness to perform CPR/First Aid/AED/Crisis Intervention/Naloxone • Experience supervising clinical staff • Preferred knowledge of AWARDS • Spanish speaking a plus THE BRIDGE IS AOA/EOE.

How to Apply

If you are interested in this job role, please forward your resume and cover letter with job title and your name in subject line to ddelaurenzo@thebridgeny.org

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Contact: ddelaurenzo@thebridgeny.org

Registered Nurse - Community Support Programs

Job Title: Registered Nurse Available Departments: ACT Team; Safe Options Support (SOS) Team Schedule: Various Salary:...

Posted: Nov 14, 2022
Location: Brooklyn, NY
Type: Full Time

Job Responsibilities

Responsibilities: • Primary responsibility for the development of individualized health assessments on all program participants. Develop, implement, and evaluate the nursing regimen for assigned recipients. • Participate in defining, implementing, and maintaining standards of nursing practice • Participate in determining conditions, resources, and policies essential to the delivery of nursing care services • Assesses needs for housing, mental health treatment, substance abuse treatment, medical care, income support, and other services • Facilitate the coordination of health services into recipients’ service plans • Facilitate group sessions on prevention, health, wellness, HIV/AIDS education, smoking cessation and recovery • During the assessment obtains information: a) to establish the degree of medical care and interventions required to promote positive health outcomes, and b) to lead the ACT team around primary care issues and incorporate findings into service plans • Provide education to all ACT staff around physical health related issues and participant medical care protocols • Act as advocate and liaison for recipients in securing medical care, and other community supports that promote integrated physical and mental health wellness • Review and audit medication management procedures and teach all ACT staff how to follow and adhere to the procedures • Provide supervision to the LPN on medication inventory oversight and medication management procedures • Coordinate ACT team medical care in coordination with psychiatrist • Ensure all consumers have primary care provider and receive annual physical and dental examinations • Provide individual health counseling as needed • Maintain schedule for recipient prescriptions • Administer IM’s and vaccines, plants and reads PPD’s, and performs phlebotomy as per orders • Transcribe orders and updates Medication Administration Records • Monitor vital signs and side effects of medications and reports findings to Team • Participate in incident review committee • Evaluate, on a continuing basis, nursing intervention and expected outcomes • Involve family, significant others, and housing providers in service provision • Build in review and evaluation points, and modifies the service plan in the light of feedback from recipients and relevant others • Meet required levels of treatment contacts and provides crisis intervention on rotating, on-call basis • Provide 80 percent of treatment contacts in the community • Complete assessments, progress notes, and significant data • Provide culturally competent services in accordance with The Bridge policies and practice. • Complete progress notes, and maintain nursing and health related data entry into EHR • Provide culturally competent services in accordance with The Bridge policies and practice • Any other duties as required by the Director and Administrators.

Job Requirements

• Registered Nurse (RN) with current New York State license • Prefer at least three years of experience working in human services with individuals with substance use disorders, co-occurring mental health and substance use disorders and involvement in the criminal justice system. • Experience understanding various models and theories pertaining to treatment of substance abuse, mental illness, and risk, need, responsiveness to criminal behavior • Knowledge of community treatment, support services, and resources • Highly organized and self-motivated • Proficient in computers • Fluency in Spanish preferred. Salary: Commensurate with experience. Individuals with lived experience in the areas of mental health, substance use, or criminal justice are encouraged to apply. The Bridge is an AA/EOE COVID-19 VACCINATION REQUIRED MASK WEARING REQUIRED

How to Apply

Please forward resume and cover letter in one pdf or word document with (Position Title - Name) as title to: Sheryl Silver at ssilver@thebridgeny.org

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Contact: ssilver@thebridgeny.org

Zone Director

Job Title: Zone Director Department: Facilities Department Schedule: Monday - Friday 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM Salary: $45000

Posted: Nov 14, 2022
Location: New York, NY
Type: Full Time

Job Responsibilities

Essential Duties and Responsibilities: • The Zone Director is responsible to initiate work tasks to maintain the buildings in accordance to all building and agency related codes. They will be responsible for reporting and tracking all building maintenance activities and related issues. Responsible for the written, comprehensive cleaning and preventative maintenance checklist for the buildings and related outdoor areas. The checklists are to be submitted to their supervisor on a monthly basis. Supervise and direct maintenance staff so that the buildings and surrounding areas are always maintained at a high level of cleanliness. The Zone Director is also responsible to ensure that all components and operations necessary for the building to function properly are carried out. • Perform related duties as assigned by supervisor • Maintain compliance with all company policies and procedures Benefits: • Medical Insurance • Dental Insurance • Flexible Spending Accounts • Life Insurance • Short-Term Disability Insurance • Qualified Transportation Expense Accounts • Pension Plan • Tuition Reimbursement • In-Service Trainings • Paid Holidays • Vacation Days • Personal Days • Sick Leave • Family and Medical Leave

Job Requirements

Education and/or Work Experience Requirements: • Excellent verbal and written communication skills, including ability to effectively communicate with internal and external customers • Excellent computer proficiency (MS Office – Word, Excel and Outlook) • Must be able to work under pressure and meet deadlines, while maintaining a positive attitude and providing exemplary customer service • Ability to work independently and to carry out assignments to completion within parameters of instructions given, prescribed routines, and standard accepted practices • High school diploma or GED required • Associate degree preferred Physical Requirements: • Ability to safely and successfully perform the essential job functions consistent with the ADA, FMLA and other federal, state and local standards, including meeting qualitative and/or quantitative productivity standards. • Ability to maintain regular, punctual attendance consistent with the ADA, FMLA and other federal, state and local standards • Must be able to lift and carry up to 50 lbs • Must be able to talk, listen and speak clearly on telephone

How to Apply

Please forward resume and cover letter to the Facilities Department at facilities@thebridgeny.org.

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Contact: facilities@thebridgeny.org

Fee For Service Therapist

Job Title: Fee For Service Therapist Department: Community Support Programs Schedule: May Vary, 14 Hours Per Week Salary:...

Posted: Nov 14, 2022
Location: New York, NY
Type: 14 Hours Per Week

Job Responsibilities

FEE FOR SERVICE PSYCHOTHERAPISTS TO PROVIDE INDIVIDUAL PSYCHOTHERAPY TWO DAYS A WEEK. REMOTE WORK DURING COVID AND POSSIBLY BEYOND COVID. MUST BE AVAILABLE ON TUESDAYS BETWEEN THE HOURS OF NOON TO 1:30 P.M. TO JOIN A TEAM MEETING EITHER ON SITE OR REMOTELY. The Bridge, an innovative and well-respected mental health agency serving adults with serious mental illness and co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders is seeking Fee for Service Therapists for its Office of Mental Health (OMH)-regulated Article 31 Mental Health Clinic on the Upper West Side of Manhattan. This position involves providing individual psychotherapy 2 days a week. Currently these services are being provided remotely, and there will be an option after COVID of working remotely or on-site. Compensation includes competitive FFS rates, as well as paid supervision for 30 minutes a week with an LCSW, and paid attendance at a 90 minute meeting with all clinical staff. This position involves working two days a week.

Job Requirements

COVID-19 VACCINATION REQUIRED; MASK WEARING REQUIRED Must be licensed to provide psychotherapy, with an LMSW, LCSW or MHC-LP license. Ability to document services in an Electronic Medical Record required. Experience with AWARDS a plus. The Bridge is an AA/EOE

How to Apply

IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN THIS JOB ROLE, PLEASE CONTACT SSILVER@THEBRIDGENY.ORG.

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Contact: ssilver@thebridgeny.org

Mental Health Clinician - Multiple Vacancies

Job Title: Mental Health Clinician Departments Positions Are Available: Safe Options Support ACT Team Pathway Home Salary:...

Posted: Nov 14, 2022
Location: New York, NY
Type: Full Time

Job Responsibilities

Responsibilities: Persistent and assertive outreach and engagement using strength-based approaches beginning either at known “hang-outs” or “Hot spots” within the transit system or during an inpatient hospital admission or emergency department visit. Partnering and collaborating with current street outreach teams, local police precincts, local hospitals, the MTA, the Department of Homeless Services and family members/caregivers to identify those in most need of outreach and care. Continuously assess the health and social needs of participants through SOS’s conversational and observational assessments and formalized risk assessments tools for those identified as being at high risk. Work in collaborations with the centralized SOR Hub to identify available housing and to support participants through the process. Tasks may include completing HRA 2010e, applying for housing, prepping for interviews, follow up with housing providers, and assistance with moving in (day of move) with obtaining housing supplies and learning the neighborhood. Participate in hospital discharge planning meetings to identify the best community resources for returning participants. Provide short term therapeutic counseling and support to participants pre and post housing. Collects and reports data, as required and work with team leader, data analyst and other SOS teams to use data to inform future care delivery. Once housed work with participants and their housing providers to resolve clinical issues that are impacting on the participant’s ability manage and retain supportive housing. Foster relationship with community provides to ensure that recipients are connected to appropriate services as they transition back into the community. Appointment navigation including accompaniment to appointments, travel training, re engagement in community care, and addressing barriers to care. Facilitating crisis interventions, referrals, and hospitalizations as appropriate. Review documentation and conduct comprehensive psychosocial assessments to determine the medical, psychiatric, housing, and other social needs in the community. Obtain historical and collateral information from multiple sources to support participants behavioral and physical health needs. Monitor, evaluate and record participant progress with respect to care plan goals. Perform other related duties as assigned. Benefits: • Medical Insurance • Dental Insurance • Flexible Spending Accounts • Life Insurance • Short-Term Disability Insurance • Qualified Transportation Expense Accounts • Pension Plan • Tuition Reimbursement • In-Service Trainings • Paid Holidays • Vacation Days • Personal Days • Sick Leave • Family and Medical Leave

Job Requirements

Minimum Education and Experience Requirements: Licensed master’s degree or higher in social work, mental health counseling, nursing, or psychology. Experience working with homeless and/or precariously housed populations preferred but not required. Knowledge of homeless resources, NYC shelter systems, and MTA transit systems a pluS; Knowledge of counseling principles and methods for mental illness and substance use disorders; Knowledge of treatment, rehabilitation, and community support programs as they relate to recipient/residents, families, and staff; Knowledge of techniques for identifying, assessing, and preventing potentially violent behavior, including crisis management and de-escalation techniques Ability to develop, evaluate, implement, and modify treatment intervention to meet the needs of individual recipients; Ability to prepare accurate and timely reports. Computer proficiency in Health Information Technology and Microsoft applications such as MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint. The Bridge is an AA/EOE.

How to Apply

YOU ARE INTERESTED IN THIS JOB ROLE, PLEASE FORWARD YOUR RESUME AND COVER LETTER IN ONE DOCUMENT TO ADEHAVEN@THEBRIDGENY.ORG WITH JOB ROLE TITLE AND YOUR NAME IN EMAIL SUBJECT.

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Contact: ssilver@thebridgeny.org

Medical Billing and Collections Specialist

Job Title: Medical Billing and Collections Specialist Department: Billing Department Salary: $42000 - $50000 Schedule:...

Posted: Nov 14, 2022
Location: New York, NY
Type: Full Time

Job Responsibilities

This position will be responsible for Billing and the follow-up of unpaid or rejected insurance claims for assigned carriers and will work with insurance companies, Billing, and/or Program staff to resolve account issues. The Medical Billing & Collections Specialist will: Respond to inquiries from insurance carriers, via telephone, email or fax and demonstrate a high level of customer service. Pursue reimbursement from carriers by placing phone calls and recording all contact in an electronic tracking system to ensure progress is made on outstanding accounts. Responsibilities and Duties Pursue reimbursement on outstanding accounts. Maintain working relationship with insurance companies and their network providers. Resolve account issues with insurance carriers. Enlists the efforts of senior management when necessary to accelerate the collection process. Act as Internal and External customer interface. Meet defined department goals and activity. Performs other assigned tasks and duties necessary to support the Billing Department. Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities Strong working knowledge of Article 32 and Article 31 claims processing 2+ years of experience in Medical Collections and appeals requirement with a variety of insurance payer types Denial Management Experience. Demonstrated experience in A/R reconciliation, reduction, and reporting Extensive and current working knowledge of coding, billing, and collections of medical claims Working knowledge of HIPAA, entitlements, coordination of benefits, reimbursement schemes, patient responsibility, and contractual adjustments Knowledge of Medicare, Managed Care and Commercial insurances billing rules and payment regulations Experience with AWARDS (Foothold Technology) a plus

Job Requirements

Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities Strong working knowledge of Article 32 and Article 31 claims processing 2+ years of experience in Medical Collections and appeals requirement with a variety of insurance payer types Denial Management Experience. Demonstrated experience in A/R reconciliation, reduction, and reporting Extensive and current working knowledge of coding, billing, and collections of medical claims Working knowledge of HIPAA, entitlements, coordination of benefits, reimbursement schemes, patient responsibility, and contractual adjustments Knowledge of Medicare, Managed Care and Commercial insurances billing rules and payment regulations Experience with AWARDS (Foothold Technology) a plus Qualifications Must be COVID Vaccinated; Mask Wearing Is Required Minimum Education level: High school Associates Degree from college preferred or Certificate from a technical school for billing Billing and Coding Certificate/CPC a plus. The Bridge is an AA/EOE

How to Apply

IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN THIS JOB ROLE, PLEASE CONTACT YVONNE HARLEY BURROWES AT YHARLEY@THEBRIDGENY.ORG.

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Contact: yharley@thebridgeny.org

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