Have you made a New Year’s resolution to take your clinical career to the next level? If you’re up for a challenge, and want to be rewarded for your achievements, we have the opportunity for you!
Comagine Health partners with the Oregon Health Authority (OHA) to provide statewide eligibility determination, service coordination, medical appropriateness reviews, and transition planning for individuals diagnosed with serious and persistent mental illness (SPMI).
Our goal is to support adults with SPMI to live in the least-restrictive settings possible by ensuring that necessary and desired supports and services are in place. This important work is accomplished through:
Administering face-to-face assessments* and person-centered service planning (in partnership with individuals and their designated agents),
Continuous monitoring of service plans, and
Assisting with transitions from and between community and institutional settings.
*For the duration of COVID-19 social distancing requirements, work will be performed remotely.
We offer a generous pay and benefits package plus employment with Comagine Health qualifies if you apply for the Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF) Program!
3+ years of clinical experience that includes conducting assessments, gathering histories, conducting examinations and providing DSM 5 diagnoses, and developing treatment and safety plans.
Graduate degree in social work, psychology, behavioral science field; recreational, art or music therapy,
Bachelor’s degree in nursing and licensed by the State of Oregon (with competencies required for this position), or
Bachelor’s degree in occupational therapy and licensed by the State of Oregon.
Qualified Mental Health intern may be considered.
Internal Number: 2021-01
About Comagine Health
Comagine Health provides expert consultative services to a wide range of health care settings, associations and agencies in the pursuit of a more equitable, accessible and outcomes-driven system while reducing costs to patients and burden on providers.
Our customized services strike the right balance between our clients’ obligation to be responsible stewards of limited resources and providers’ need for reduced administrative burden so they can deliver quality care as efficiently as possible.
Our patient-centered approach honors individuals’ culture, social context and values — and empowers them to play an active role in making decisions about their own care. When health care is oriented around the unique needs of the patient, it can lead to higher patient satisfaction and better clinical outcomes.