Behavioral Analyst Board Certified, Mercycare Building, Days, 80 Hours/2 Weeks

Mercy Health System Janesville , WI 53548

Posted 2 months ago

Experience a rewarding and fulfilling career with Mercyhealth. Mercyhealth is committed to offering our partners a best place to work. Our unique workplace Culture of Excellence is built upon: Employee engagement, empowerment and growth Teamwork toward our common goal # providing exceptional health care services with a passion for making lives better An atmosphere of caring and quality that cascades throughout the organization # Department/Skill highlights MercyCare Building Monday # Friday, 8am # 5pm # Essential duties and Responsibilities Provides direct patient care, including intake, evaluation, and treatment. Follows documentation and billing guidelines (treatment planning every 60-90 days, documentation of every treatment session on progress note, document collaboration and consults, discharge planning, and appropriate charging) Participates in collaborative staffing(s) with psychologist, clinical staff, and supervisees Oversee quality implementation of Applied Behavioral Analysis, following guidelines set forth by the BCBA governing board (Behavior Analysis Certification Board). May include implementation of ABA and/or oversight of other trained, qualified partners in the implementation of ABA techniques and strategies. Provides regular staff trainings, and assesses supervisees for competencies in trained areas as needed Responsible for reviewing, evaluating, and communicating new research based guidelines for treatment, following evidence based models. May perform the work of subordinates, but less than 50% of the time. Assigns work in accordance with directives and objectives of upper management. Must possess a thorough knowledge of behavioral health services relevant in the field for assigned area, and have demonstrated skills in leadership and program management.# Responsible for monitoring quality and performance measures within designated areas/programs.# Ensures all data reporting is accurate, timely, and facilitates staff education as needed. Responsible for review and implementation of the behavioral health codes and regulations relevant to designated program areas.# Active in participation of MercyCare initiatives that impact quality service or billing/payer systems for Options department Makes recommendations for annual budget planning. Provides feedback and recommendations for process improvement to improve productivity and profitability of clinic operations. Participates in appropriate health system committees. Interviews, supervises, and evaluates Program/treatment staff. Maintains effective staffing levels in all areas of the designated program.# Assigns work and coordinates activities to maintain efficient workflow and facilitates staff education. Develops and facilitates specific department in-services including optimization of workflow for all facets of electronic medical records. Gathers and evaluates data, implements changes, makes recommendations for improvement, and provides solutions for problems. Revises, develops, and implements policies and procedures to maintain proper work flow for insurance, billing, patient accounts, and reception departments. Performs audits to review partner performance on an ongoing basis to ensure policies and procedures are being followed consistently. Tracks and measures volume of work assigned and patient flow/access to services. Coordinates functions within defined work group, works cooperatively with other work group supervisors to ensure smooth and timely processes and follow-up with patients. Conducts first line investigation of Service Recoveries and takes the L.E.A.D in timely maintenance of customer satisfaction. Calls upon Director promptly and communicates for direct involvement when circumstances warrant. Responsible for reviewing and communicating new government billing, regulations/guidelines, new managed care contracts, and industry publications. # Education and Experience Master#s degree in Applied Behavior Analysis. Current/active BCBA license in WI and/or IL. License coverage would reflect appropriate and necessary for the assigned program area. # Certifications/Licensure TACT training within 90 days. # Maintain a valid driver license and reliable transportation with proof of vehicle insurance when requested. Have and maintain an acceptable driving record per Mercy#s HR-01 Fleet Safety policy

Special Physical Demands The Special Physical Demands are considered Essential Job Functions of the position with or without reasonable accommodations. While performing the duties of this Job, the employee is regularly required to sit and talk or hear. The employee is occasionally required to stand, walk and reach with hands and arms. The employee must regularly lift and /or move up to 10 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include ability to adjust focus. Manual dexterity to operate telephone and keyboard is also needed.


Experience a rewarding and fulfilling career with Mercyhealth. Mercyhealth is committed to offering our partners a best place to work. Our unique workplace Culture of Excellence is built upon:

  • Employee engagement, empowerment and growth

  • Teamwork toward our common goal - providing exceptional health care services with a passion for making lives better

  • An atmosphere of caring and quality that cascades throughout the organization

Department/Skill highlights

  • MercyCare Building

  • Monday

  • Friday, 8am

  • 5pm

Essential duties and Responsibilities

  • Provides direct patient care, including intake, evaluation, and treatment. Follows documentation and billing guidelines (treatment planning every 60-90 days, documentation of every treatment session on progress note, document collaboration and consults, discharge planning, and appropriate charging)

  • Participates in collaborative staffing(s) with psychologist, clinical staff, and supervisees

  • Oversee quality implementation of Applied Behavioral Analysis, following guidelines set forth by the BCBA governing board (Behavior Analysis Certification Board). May include implementation of ABA and/or oversight of other trained, qualified partners in the implementation of ABA techniques and strategies.

  • Provides regular staff trainings, and assesses supervisees for competencies in trained areas as needed

  • Responsible for reviewing, evaluating, and communicating new research based guidelines for treatment, following evidence based models.

  • May perform the work of subordinates, but less than 50% of the time. Assigns work in accordance with directives and objectives of upper management.

  • Must possess a thorough knowledge of behavioral health services relevant in the field for assigned area, and have demonstrated skills in leadership and program management.

  • Responsible for monitoring quality and performance measures within designated areas/programs. Ensures all data reporting is accurate, timely, and facilitates staff education as needed.

  • Responsible for review and implementation of the behavioral health codes and regulations relevant to designated program areas.

  • Active in participation of MercyCare initiatives that impact quality service or billing/payer systems for Options department

  • Makes recommendations for annual budget planning.

  • Provides feedback and recommendations for process improvement to improve productivity and profitability of clinic operations. Participates in appropriate health system committees.

  • Interviews, supervises, and evaluates Program/treatment staff. Maintains effective staffing levels in all areas of the designated program.

  • Assigns work and coordinates activities to maintain efficient workflow and facilitates staff education.

  • Develops and facilitates specific department in-services including optimization of workflow for all facets of electronic medical records.

  • Gathers and evaluates data, implements changes, makes recommendations for improvement, and provides solutions for problems.

  • Revises, develops, and implements policies and procedures to maintain proper work flow for insurance, billing, patient accounts, and reception departments.

  • Performs audits to review partner performance on an ongoing basis to ensure policies and procedures are being followed consistently.

  • Tracks and measures volume of work assigned and patient flow/access to services.

  • Coordinates functions within defined work group, works cooperatively with other work group supervisors to ensure smooth and timely processes and follow-up with patients. Conducts first line investigation of Service Recoveries and takes the L.E.A.D in timely maintenance of customer satisfaction. Calls upon Director promptly and communicates for direct involvement when circumstances warrant.

  • Responsible for reviewing and communicating new government billing, regulations/guidelines, new managed care contracts, and industry publications.

Education and Experience

Master's degree in Applied Behavior Analysis.

Current/active BCBA license in WI and/or IL. License coverage would reflect appropriate and necessary for the assigned program area.

Certifications/Licensure

TACT training within 90 days.

Maintain a valid driver license and reliable transportation with proof of vehicle insurance when requested.

Have and maintain an acceptable driving record per Mercy's HR-01 Fleet Safety policy

Special Physical Demands

The Special Physical Demands are considered Essential Job Functions of the position with or without reasonable accommodations.

While performing the duties of this Job, the employee is regularly required to sit and talk or hear. The employee is occasionally required to stand, walk and reach with hands and arms. The employee must regularly lift and /or move up to 10 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include ability to adjust focus. Manual dexterity to operate telephone and keyboard is also needed.

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