Clinical Director

Honolulu, HI, USA

Type:

Full Time

Post Date:

June 17, 2022

About the Role

The Clinical Director of Integrated Health Hawaii is responsible for implementing the behavioral health strategy at IHH. This strategy includes integrating behavioral health screening and brief intervention with the Physician Organization, ensuring adequate resources to meet the full continuum of needs for Behavioral Health patients who require more intensive treatment, and coordinating the care of patients who require multiple services. The Clinical Director must understand different interventions based on the patient populations and the site of service. S/he must feel comfortable supporting screening and brief intervention, crisis intervention, care coordination, and ongoing treatment through a variety of modalities. 


The Clinical Director will support PMAG programs and partner with the Executive Director and Medical Director to make sure patient’s needs are being clinically met. S/he is responsible for identifying gaps in care and making strategic recommendations to executive leadership based on the known needs of the population. The Clinical Director is responsible for the clinical oversight of the Care Coordination Program and collaborates with a multidisciplinary team to identify and meet those needs. S/he is responsible for managing all behavioral health staff within the behavioral health department. The behavioral health staff will receive clinical supervision and training from the Clinical Director. As a key member of the management team, the Clinical Director supports the overall organizational goals of the company and maintains strong working relationships with the Executive Director, Medical Director, independent physicians in PMAG, mental health specialists, and community partners. Together, these partners identify how each organization can support one another to meet patients’ needs. The Clinical Director must be an independently licensed clinical social worker in Hawaii and can provide direct patient care and crisis intervention when needed.

Job Responsibilities

  • Plans, organizes, manages, coordinates, implements, and oversees all clinical functions of care coordination, behavioral health, and substance use programming.

  • Serves as a resource to the Physician Organization regarding training and a variety of special projects.

  • Provides direct clinical supervision in one-on-one and group settings.

  • Provides clinical training for the most current protocol, diagnosis and treatment methods and clinical intervention strategies for behavioral health.

  • Oversees training of staff and graduate-level students within the department.

  • Provides or oversees direct clinical supervision in one-on-one and group settings.

  • Provides ongoing assessment and direction of staff including annual performance evaluations, review of clinical practice, identifying training needs and opportunities.

  • Ensures compliance with quality standards, standards of practice for clinical care, and quality standards in documentation and billing.

  • Initiates and maintains relationships with community organizations

  • Develops and maintains systems to improve patient access to services, patient flow and response to urgent care needs, and time-effective treatment.

  • Establishes a strategic and conceptual framework for patient care management.

  • Designs and promotes systems to implement strategic goals and manages organizational development to facilitate change.

  • Helps create a culture and environment that promotes job satisfaction, team collaboration, positive morale, and staff participation.

Qualifications

  • Two (2) years work experience performing at a Director level

  • Two (2) years post licensure work experience as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker

  • Current active license in the State of Hawaii required.

  • Strong leadership qualities with a track record of successfully executing complex initiatives

Desired Qualifications

  • Two (2) years work experience performing at a Director level

  • Two (2) years post licensure work experience as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker

  • Current active license in the State of Hawaii required.

  • Strong leadership qualities with a track record of successfully executing complex initiatives