Weekend Intake Coordinator
- Oct 10, 2017
- Healthcare : General Healthcare
1500 West Ashland Street - Nevada, Missouri, 64772
Heartland Behavioral Health Services is hiring for a Weekend Intake Coordinator job in Nevada,MO
Weekend Intake Coordinator 211591
Provides support in admissions coordination activities. Performa various duties related to working with families and referral sources for admission processes. Supports various insurance and financial counseling functions related to ensuring financial payments and follow-up paperwork completion. Performs functions of taking intake calls and authorization approvals.
Full Time position works Saturday and Sunday with Baylor pay.
UHS is one of the largest and most respected hospital management companies in the nation.
- Must be a licensed clinician - LPN, RN, LPC, prefer LMSW, LCSW under supervision.
- Specific experience in diagnosis, critical thinking, assessment and inpatient behavioral health.
- 3Individual should have strong working knowledge of insurance verification, medical necessity requirements for both acute and residential treatment and benefit plans.
- Individual will demonstrate an ability to utilize Microsoft Word, Excel and other hospital specific programs.
- Individual will be detail orientated and have an experience in providing quality customer service.
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We are about the quality treatment of children at Heartland Behavioral Health Services. We believe in returning children to families or the community as quickly as possible. A big institution isn’t the ideal place for kids, but Heartland is a safe, positive environment where they can receive the treatment they need. We offer services and specialty programs that other residential programs do not. Our focus is to change the lives of children and families.
More Than 100 Years of Caring for Kids
Since its original construction in 1889, our facility in Nevada, Mo., has been dedicated to caring for children. Originally built by the Christian Church as a university, Franciscan nuns purchased the building sight unseen for $10,000 in 1892.
A Labor of Love
The sisters arrived in Nevada on Sept. 3, 1893, and opened a day school when a man named Hogan was unable to care for his children due to the death of his wife. Hogan approached the sisters to take in his children. These were the first of many children raised at what was soon to become St. Francis Orphanage.