Acadia Healthcare Admissions Manager in Lemont, Illinois
Manage the intake, admissions and utilization review process for incoming patients.
Serve as direct contact for the patient families and/or guardians.
Organize, plan and direct work assignments for Admissions staff.
Serve as liaisons between hospitals and facilities in the event of transfer.
Report, analyze and guide activities that influence the work of these departments.
Develop and monitor QI activities of these departments.
Serve as a link between Admissions, Intake and other departments to ensure the efficient transfer of information essential to operations.
Supervise and monitor personnel adherence to established Admissions criteria and ensures that appropriate documentation of approval/denial occurs.
Adhere to established Patient Rights and ensures the Admissions staff comply.
Act as an intermediary on difficult cases, keep leadership team informed of the status of problematic situations.
Process admissions calls, verify insurance and assist with insurance pre-certifications.
Perform other functions and tasks as assigned.
A Bachelor's degree in a relevant field required. Four plus years’ experience in healthcare admissions role, with a minimum of one year of leadership responsibility preferred.
CPR and de-escalation/restraint certification required (training available upon hire and offered by facility).
First aid may be required based on state or facility.
- Bachelors or better in Psychology
Licenses & Certifications
Lic Social Worker
Lic Prof Counselor
- 4 years: Four plus years’ experience in healthcare admissions role.
- 1 year: Minimum of one year of leadership responsibility preferred
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