Professional Management Enterprises, Inc.

Community Health Worker
Healthcare
IndianapolisIN Contract May 1, 2023

Community Health Worker

Indianapolis, IN

Description

 

Act in a liaison role with Medicaid members to ensure appropriate care is accessed as well as provide social assessments and member education for Medicaid members. Will live and work in Indiana.

• Create a positive experience and relationship with the Medicaid members

• Keep the member out of the hospital by supporting regular visits to their primary physician

• Keep member actively engaged with their primary physician

• Complete New Member process (Welcome Call, Demographic Research, Medical Screenings, and scheduling Health Risk Assessments for members)

• Keep the member out of the hospital by supporting regular visits to their primary physician

• Keep member actively engaged with their primary physician

• Support the member to access their healthcare benefits

• Provide member education

• Support transitions of care

• Partner with care team when needed (community, providers, internal staff)

• Knowledge and continued learning of community cultures and values

• Will seek out members that have had minimal contact with the organization and try to re-establish relationships

• Proactively engage the member to manage their care

• Provide member education

• Support transitions of care

• Help to keep members compliant with their care plans

• Partner with care team (community, providers, internal staff)

• Knowledge and continued learning of community cultures and values

• Conduct individual - level assessments to capture member's current health care needs (e.g. Transitions of Care, Health Risk assessments)

• Engage member to participate in the assessment process and collaboratively develop plan of care based on their individual needs, preferences, and objectives

 

Requirements

 

Required:

• Resided within the local community for 2+ years

• Knowledge of culture and values of community

• Familiarity with the resources available in the community

• Reliable transportation that will enable you to travel to client and/or patient sites within a designated area

• Ability to travel locally (up to 75%)

• Availability to work Monday through Friday, 8 AM to 5 PM

• Bachelor’s degree (or higher) in Social Work and/or Health Care Administration

• Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN), Certified Nursing Assistant / Home Health Aide, Medical Assistant

• CHW Accreditation

• Experience working in Managed Care

• Knowledge of Medicaid population

• Bilingual in Spanish and English

Community Health Worker

Indianapolis, IN

Description

 

Act in a liaison role with Medicaid members to ensure appropriate care is accessed as well as provide social assessments and member education for Medicaid members. Will live and work in Indiana.

• Create a positive experience and relationship with the Medicaid members

• Keep the member out of the hospital by supporting regular visits to their primary physician

• Keep member actively engaged with their primary physician

• Complete New Member process (Welcome Call, Demographic Research, Medical Screenings, and scheduling Health Risk Assessments for members)

• Keep the member out of the hospital by supporting regular visits to their primary physician

• Keep member actively engaged with their primary physician

• Support the member to access their healthcare benefits

• Provide member education

• Support transitions of care

• Partner with care team when needed (community, providers, internal staff)

• Knowledge and continued learning of community cultures and values

• Will seek out members that have had minimal contact with the organization and try to re-establish relationships

• Proactively engage the member to manage their care

• Provide member education

• Support transitions of care

• Help to keep members compliant with their care plans

• Partner with care team (community, providers, internal staff)

• Knowledge and continued learning of community cultures and values

• Conduct individual - level assessments to capture member's current health care needs (e.g. Transitions of Care, Health Risk assessments)

• Engage member to participate in the assessment process and collaboratively develop plan of care based on their individual needs, preferences, and objectives

 

Requirements

 

Required:

• Resided within the local community for 2+ years

• Knowledge of culture and values of community

• Familiarity with the resources available in the community

• Reliable transportation that will enable you to travel to client and/or patient sites within a designated area

• Ability to travel locally (up to 75%)

• Availability to work Monday through Friday, 8 AM to 5 PM

• Bachelor’s degree (or higher) in Social Work and/or Health Care Administration

• Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN), Certified Nursing Assistant / Home Health Aide, Medical Assistant

• CHW Accreditation

• Experience working in Managed Care

• Knowledge of Medicaid population

• Bilingual in Spanish and English