||Certified Screen Specialist
|Application Deadline Date
||Before you know it, the holiday festivities will have been celebrated, and we’ll be counting down and ringing in the New Year. New year means trying new things, meeting new people, setting new goals, getting new opportunities. Why not start now?! Inclusa
has a full-time Certified Screen Specialist that needs your determination and passion, an opportunity that will empower you to make a world of difference for the population we serve, the elderly frail and adults with disabilities.
Under supervision of the assigned manager, the Certified Screen Specialist uses a tool designed by the State Department of Health Services (DHS) to assess functional status, level of care, and ongoing eligibility of Family Care members.
What’s in it for you, by joining the Inclusa team?
• Scheduling Balance – Hours that allow for a greater work / life balance. We are Monday – Friday! Work from office and home scheduling flexibility too!
• 10 recognized Holidays – enjoy time with family and friends on Christmas Eve, Christmas, New Year’s Eve and New Year’s – just to name a few!
• Paid Time Off - Accrue 13 days of PTO in your first year
• Comprehensive Benefits – Includes medical, vision, and dental insurance. Short term and long-term disability covered 100% by Inclusa.
• Financial Perks – The 401K plan is 100% matched up to 4%.
• Career Development – You will receive personalized career development and mentoring to maximize your potential.
• Our Members – The biggest benefit of all is that you are making a difference by supporting members in your local community.
The Certified Screen Specialist transmits internal updates as warranted to ensure appropriate updates to acuity-based provider payment rates and appropriate reimbursement to Inclusa, Inc. via the per member per month capitation payment from DHS. When warranted,
refers members to other internal staff for individualized assistance that ensures member healthy and safety, or continuity of care for members who experience a change that impacts level of care or ongoing eligibility for benefits.
PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Upon assignment, schedules appointments with members to complete an annual re-determination of functional eligibility, or a re-determination of eligibility based on changes in functional abilities reported by Member Support Coordination (MSC) staff. Screens
are expected to be scheduled in a manner which maximizes organizational resources, including time/travel expenses.
• Uses the screening tool designed by DHS to gather information about each individual’s functional abilities, health status, and personal and professional supports required to meet his or her desired level of functioning.
• Pending the revelation of needs or concerns beyond the scope of the functional screen, refers members to staff of Inclusa or an Aging and Disability Resource Center.
• Responds to urgent situations and refers individuals for crisis intervention, as necessary.
• Maintains up-to-date online member information regarding functional abilities, demographics, and appropriate contacts.
• Works directly with MSC staff to ensure consistency between the information gathered during a member’s functional assessment and member-specific data contained in internal records.
• Conducts face-to-face interviews with individuals, usually in their homes, to perform the functional screen. Enters the information gathered into an internet-based program that, based on the data collected during a face-to-face interview, calculates a level
of care for the individual.
• Provides appropriate notice of member rights, in accordance with contractual requirements, to members who experience a change in level of care that may impact the benefit package one is entitled to or overall program eligibility.
• Submits timely, accurate, and complete documentation in accordance with established guidelines and processes.
• Attends meetings and training as needed or required to maintain knowledge of agency processes, the long-term care functional screening tool, and/or any changes to process or the screening tool resulting from new state directives.
• Participates in quality assurance activities that ensure competence and inter-rater reliability among all staff certified to use the statewide long-term care functional screen tool.
• Once obtained, maintains certification to complete functional eligibility screens by completing and passing continuing skills testing as required by the State of Wisconsin.
• Applies good professional judgment in documentation by demonstrating respect for members and maintaining screen integrity when reviewing and completing assessments.
||A license to practice as a registered nurse or a Bachelor of Arts or Science degree, preferably in a health or human services related field required. Must have at least one year of experience working with the populations served by Inclusa, Inc. (frail
older adults, or adults with physical or developmental disabilities).
Passion + Giving back to those most in need = Fulfilling your life’s best work! It just makes sense!
**We will be accepting applications for this position through December 17, 2018.**
How to apply: Please visit our website at Inclusa.org/about/careers/. Click on ‘View Job Openings’, then click on requisition #18-0314 to access the application.
- Equal Opportunity Employer/Protected Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities.
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to the compensation information of other employees or applicants as a part of their essential job functions cannot disclose the pay of other employees or applicants to individuals who do not otherwise have access to compensation information, unless the disclosure
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