Phoenix, Arizona 85001
Manager Social Work - Transplant Care Management - 198519BR
The Social Worker Manager for Solid Organ Transplant and Bone Marrow Transplant in Care Management provides leadership, direction, and resource management for social workers in the inpatient and ambulatory settings. Provides effective leadership in resolving psychosocial issues, and removes barriers and complexities for social workers to effectively facilitate continuity of patient care by implementing interventions that include ongoing assessment, counseling, referral, information, and guidance during hospitalization and outpatient treatment. Collaborates internally and externally to maximize patient flow and mitigate reimbursement issues. Collaborates internally with pre-certification staff, admitting and billing office personnel,
contracting staff, house supervisors, risk management, physicians, and specialty departments that impact needs during the inpatient stay and through the provision of an effective, safe discharge. External collaboration includes but is not limited to health plans, providers, and vendors that impact needs during the inpatient stay and through an effective, safe discharge. This individual
has a strong working knowledge of Medicare and other payer sources, benefits, and limitations and understands and applies utilization management standards from the patient's point of entry through discharge. The Social Worker Manager develops and creates ownership for the department's vision and planning, fostering teamwork and an open creative environment for staff. Coordinates, implements, and evaluates staff development and manages staff performance proactively and decisively. Supports staff leadership activities, including community
involvement and participation in committees and research. This individual must demonstrate knowledge of the principles of growth and development of the life span and appropriately interpret information relative to the patient's age-specific needs.
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SAN DIEGO HEALTH
Independent Living Donor Advocate
The Independent Living Donor Advocate's (ILDA) role is independent from the abdominal transplant programs and reports to the transplant social work supervisor. The role of the ILDA is to represent and advise living donor candidates, promote the interests of living donor candidates and ensure the rights of prospective living donors during the pre, peri-operative and post-donation periods. The ILDA will ensure the donor's decision is informed and free from coercion.
Depending on the experience of the selected candidate, this position will be hired at a Clinical Social Worker II or Clinical Social Worker III level.
APPLY TO: https://employment.ucsd.edu/lcsw-independent-living-donor-advocate-121684/job/23622107
Social Worker, LCSW - Transplant - Heart Acquisition - Full Time 8 Hour Days (Exempt) (Non-Union)
Los Angeles, CA – Health Sciences Campus
The Social Worker (LCSW) is responsible for assessment, treatment planning and provision of social work services to patients, families, groups and the interdisciplinary team. The LCSW social worker also provide supervision for graduate master level students as assigned and supervision of MSW employees requiring supervision for all clinical activities.
Provides psychosocial services in individual, family, and group formats.
The annual base salary range for this position is $81,120 - $133,010. When extending an offer of employment, the University of Southern California considers factors such as (but not limited to) the scope and responsibilities of the position, the candidate’s work experience, education/training, key skills, internal peer equity, federal, state, and local laws, contractual stipulations, grant funding, as well as external market and organizational considerations
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Social Worker - LCSW
Hispanic Transplant Program
Full-time, Days; Bilingual: Spanish
Northwestern Medicine recognizes the importance of cultural competence when it comes to patient care, which is why we offer the Northwestern Medicine Hispanic Transplant Program for patients who prefer to communicate in Spanish. The Northwestern Medicine Hispanic Transplant Program is the first transplant program in the country providing transplant care for Hispanic patients. Additionally, the program has the largest bilingual and bicultural transplant team of more than 40 specially trained professionals dedicated to serving patients in need of a transplant based on their cultural and language preferences.
In this role, you will travel to dialysis units throughout the Chicagoland area to educate patients, and professionals regarding kidney transplant options along with key features of the Northwestern Medicine transplant program. This position is a mix of clinical care and outreach.
The professional we select will meet directly with abdominal transplant patients and their families to perform biopsychosocial assessments, and work in conjunction with the interdisciplinary team. This compassionate individual will recommend plans of intervention based on patient needs. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, assisting patients in navigating complex financial/insurance issues, providing supportive counseling to patients in their re-adjustment to pre and post-transplant lifestyle and management of complications, and making referrals to outside mental health providers and agencies as necessary
For more information and to apply, please visit: https://smrtr.io/cWvMj
Northwestern Medicine is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate in hiring or employment on the basis of age, sex, race, color, religion, national origin, gender identity, veteran status, disability, sexual orientation or any other protected status.
LCSW - Liver Transplant Social Worker
Jeff Hwy, New Orleans, LA
This job engages in advanced clinical social work practice in the medical setting based on the application of social work theory, knowledge, ethics and methods to restore or enhance, social, psychosocial or bio-psychosocial functioning of individuals, couples, families, groups, organizations and communities. Applies specialized clinical knowledge and advanced clinical skills in the areas of prevention, assessment and treatment of mental, emotional, behavioral and addictive disorders; engages in multi-disciplinary treatment planning and clinical social work duties and coordinates and implements complex discharge plans through the use of Ochsner and community-based services.
Ochsner is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, protected veteran status, or disability status.
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TRANSPLANT SOCIAL WORKER
Tampa General Hospital is seeking a Transplant Social Worker to support our Advanced Organ Disease and Transplantation Institute. Qualified candidates must have LCSW and MSW from an accredited program with 2 years of social work experience in a hospital or healthcare setting. CCTSW and transplant experience strongly preferred.
Tampa General Hospital is a private not-for-profit hospital with 1,041 beds and one of the most comprehensive medical facilities in Florida serving a dozen counties with a population in excess of four million. We are recognized as a leader among solid organ transplant centers after more than two decades of providing individuals with replacements for failing organs, and we have performed over 10,000 transplants with shorter wait times and world-class outcomes. The overall number of solid organ transplants performed annually at TGH makes our transplant institute among the busiest transplant centers in the United States.
The Transplant Social Worker evaluates the psychosocial concomitants of illness and trauma and provides social work services to patients and families to optimize their ability to benefit from treatment, cope with the realities of their medical condition, and participate in their care. Coordinates transitions of care for patients with high psychosocial needs including completing initial psychosocial evaluations to assist in determining candidacy for potential transplant candidates. Participates in the full scope of care for the advanced organ disease and transplant patients both in an inpatient and outpatient setting. Develops and implements the individualized treatment approach to meet the needs of each patient and their families. Provides counseling and crisis intervention, patient and family education, hospital discharge planning with short term and life-long follow up. Attends as a participating member of the Medical Review Board. Supports the efforts of HIM and Patient Accounts by ensuring timely, accurate, and complete data entry in multiple information systems/data bases. Ensures understanding through collaboration with Care Coordinator and other interdisciplinary team members for review of multidisciplinary plan of care in patient chart (estimated LOS, tentative discharge date, assessed needs for discharge, and plan discussed with patient/family). Ensures attendance at Multidisciplinary Rounds or Huddles and reports on psychosocial status and its implication for transitions of care. Monitors progress toward the goals of the social work plan of care and revises it in response to changes in patient needs and condition. Assesses any potential obstacles to successful reintegration into the community (clinical, social, support, home environment) and escalates through appropriate channels to resolution.
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Job Title: Clinical Liver Transplant Social Worker
Location: Aurora, CO
Summary: The Liver Transplant Social Worker is a member of a multi-disciplinary team. The Social Worker will complete pre transplant psychosocial assessments, work with patients on the waiting list, and assist in post-transplant psychosocial needs. Assesses patients and/or patient's family, caregivers, and/or legal representatives and arranges for needed interventions. Plans interventions to help patients cope with social, emotional, economic, and environmental problems and provides short term treatment planning for mental, emotional and behavioral disorders, conditions and addictions. This position spans both the Inpatient and Outpatient settings.
Work Schedule: Full Time Days
The pay range for this position is: $31.61 - $47.41 / hour. Pay is dependent on applicant's relevant experience.
An annual bonus may be paid to eligible employees based upon organizational and individual performance.
Apply to: https://careers.uchealth.org/jobs/10458146-clinical-liver-transplant-social-worker
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