Carolina Family Health Centers Inc
Wilson, North Carolina • Wilson County
March 22, 2022
High School / GED
March 22, 2022
CARE COORDINATOR I
This position supports the Mission, Values, and Vision of Carolina Family Health Centers, Inc. The Care Coordinator I will assist the medical providers in providing comprehensive medical care to patients through care coordination and population health.
Make contact with patients who have been identified as being lost to care to help bring them back into care and help with the productivity of providers.
Close the referral loop by obtaining radiology and specialty reports/office visit notes, marking the referral closed in the referral workqueu, and entering results in the electronic medical record.
Run monthly reports to identify patients with open care gaps, make contact with the patients to educate them on the need for such service, and notify the medical provider.
Track and provide outreach to prenatal care patients until the time of delivery.
Assist with quality reporting and auditing.
Contact patients prior (or at the time of their visit) to their annual wellness visits to conduct a health risk assessment, remind the patient of their upcoming appointment and prepare printed materials for the provider.
Provide risk assessment for identified patient populations which will include an assessment of social determinants of health.
Assist medical providers in the completion of forms for insurance prior authorizations and medical supplies.
High school diploma or GED.
Certified Nursing Assistant.
Valid NC Driver License.
Basic computer skills.
Must be detail and team oriented.
Effective communication and interpersonal skills.
Must maintain a high degree of unquestionable integrity in protecting confidential patient information.
Individuals may need to sit or stand for long periods, occasional bending, stooping, lifting including patients, reaching forward, and overhead.
May require walking primarily on a level surface for periods throughout the day.
Proper lifting techniques are required.
Frequent computer work is required.
Must be able to travel freely in the local area; between clinics, hospitals, health departments, etc. Personal vehicle required.