This is a pipeline posting used to source for various positions within the department.
Provides advanced psychosocial assessment of and brief targeted intervention for social, emotional, and environmental issues that impact client/family ability to optimally benefit from care. Implements family and individual psychotherapeutic interventions including supportive counseling and crisis intervention. Assists with develop of discharge and disposition plans. Actively collaborates with team to meet client care, outcome management and system improvement goals. Represents the Social Work department on institutional committees/task forces. Provides leadership for department committees/workgroups. Supports social work staff in meeting administrative and clinical standards and/or requirements.
Provides initial assessment and develops plan of care according to The Joint Commission and CMS Best Practice Guidelines and within the scope of their license by the Tennessee Health Related Boards.
Completes psychosocial assessments and assists team with the development of the plan of care.
Provides education and or consultation to clients and families, treatment team and community.
Provides targeted evidence-based interventions into clinical practice with patients. Facilitates transitions to appropriate levels of care via in person, telephone, or telehealth contact. Acts as clinical liaison with patient, family, treatment team and community.
Participates and collaborates in system improvement goals.
Engages in regularly scheduled supervision as required by the Tennessee Health Related Boards.
Contributes to the organization by actively participating in process improvement initiatives and shared decision making.
Provides leadership and supervision within scope of license to meet departmental needs. Maintains confidentiality and privilege in accordance with TN state codes and statutes Upholds ethical standards in accordance with relevant professional association's code of ethics.
The responsibilities listed are a general overview of the position and additional duties may be assigned.
Vanderbilt University Medical Center (VUMC) is accepting applications for Licensed Clinical Social Workers within our Transition Management Office (TMO). Transition management or commonly referred to as care coordination is a thriving department comprised of nurses, social workers, and support personnel. Currently there are 150 staff however the department has increased their staff needs to enhance the patient experience at Vanderbilt. The Vice President of TMO is Marcia Colone, Ph.D. who has over 25 years of experience in care management. Dr Colone leads a team of experienced Directors and Team Leads who mentor, coach, and support staff within the coordination team. Please let us know if you are interested in joining a dynamic team!
Monday - Friday
Sign-On Bonus Requirements:
This position offers a $5,000 sign-on bonus. The sign-on bonus is not applicable to current VUMC staff or former staff who have worked for VUMC in the past twelve months.
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