Medical Social Worker (Lrpc)

Baptist Health Little Rock , AR 72215

Posted 2 months ago

SUMMARY#OF RESPONSIBILITY - Job Summary (general statement of purpose or objective of position) Demonstrates proficiency, autonomy and accountability in assuring patient care management needs are met from a well coordinated interdisciplinary and collaborative perspective with case manager. Maintains understanding of performance measurements.

Takes leadership in Performance Improvement and Customer Service initiatives.#Must be able to demonstrate the skills and knowledge necessary to provide intervention appropriate to the age, education level, and capabilities of the person served. MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS - Knowledge, skills, abilities, license, registration, certification, education, and experience Must have a Bachelor#s degree in Social Work. Must be a licensed Social Worker.

  • SUMMARY OF RESPONSIBILITY - Job Summary (general statement of purpose or objective of position)

  • Demonstrates proficiency, autonomy and accountability in assuring patient care management needs are met from a well coordinated interdisciplinary and collaborative perspective with case manager. Maintains understanding of performance measurements.

    Takes leadership in Performance Improvement and Customer Service initiatives. Must be able to demonstrate the skills and knowledge necessary to provide intervention appropriate to the age, education level, and capabilities of the person served.

  • MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS - Knowledge, skills, abilities, license, registration, certification, education, and experience

  • Must have a Bachelor's degree in Social Work. Must be a licensed Social Worker.

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Medical Social Worker (Lrpc)

Baptist Health