Behavioral Health Navigator
- Accurately collect data and track outcomes to support BH Strategic planning process.
- Assist and develop any visual data charts and flyers to facilitate the communication of behavioral health information.
- Clerical duties include: writing professional letters to patients, scanning BH Clinician material into patient charts, ensure required BH hand-out materials are stocked and up-to-date, track inventory of BH department supplies and track and write bi-weekly BH department meeting minutes.
- Identify and respond via in-person or telephone to patients who could benefit from BH services via the use of clinic-wide screening tools, direct referrals from primary care providers, patient self-referral or other community agencies.
- Serves as the essential link between patients and all other care providers. Represents patient/family by intervening, negotiating and promoting their concerns. Problems requiring advocacy may include social and health inequities or inadequate and non-existence community resources (i.e., insurance benefits, housing, transportation, etc.).
- Other duties as assigned.
- Completing of a Bachelor’s Degree in a related field.
- At least two years’ experience working with underserved populations.
- Some awareness of local/state public health systems and local healthcare environment.
- Fully fluent in English/Spanish.