Providence Social Worker LCSW in Medford, Oregon
Providence is calling a Social Worker - LCSW - Hospice (0.8 FTE, Day Shift) to Providence Medford Medical Center in Medford, OR.
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We are seeking a Social Worker (LCSW) - Hospice who will independently provide comprehensive biopsychosocial/spiritual assessment, diagnosis and/or treatment/interventions/advocacy of patients and their support systems. The LCSW incorporates concepts and theories associated with life span development, neurobiology, and behavioral change. The LCSW will collaborate with the patient and support system to develop and implement evidence-informed person-centered care plans across the care continuum in collaboration with the Inter/Multi-Disciplinary Team (IDT). The LCSW shall perform duties in a manner that respects patient self-determination, that reduces health disparities/barriers to care, and adheres to the NASW code of ethics, Standards of Practice (SOP), and mission.
In this position you will have the following responsibilities:
Independently provides strength based comprehensive biopsychosocial, emotional, spiritual, and cultural assessments.
Assess for and recognize social determinants for wellness and recovery. Conducts ongoing assessment of patients appropriate to age and cultural background in accordance with patient directed goals.
May include advance care and end of life discussion as appropriate to setting.
In the context of a clinical relationship, provides social work interventions to support and empower patients and their family/support systems to effectively cope with the impact of medical and/or mental health conditions, optimize functioning and improve overall well-being.
Formulate, implement, and monitor a social work plan of care that supports and identifies therapeutic solutions or adjustments to medical, social, emotional and financial problems which may impact health or well-being.
Care plans are patient-centered, strength-based, and culturally-relevant. Utilizes counseling, motivational interviewing, crisis intervention, education, case management, etc. as appropriate and required to the clinical setting.
As appropriate and required to the clinical setting, perform diagnostic evaluation of psychiatric and substance use disorders.
Establish a diagnosis based upon DSM and ICD diagnostic criteria.
Incorporate evidence based theories and methods, provide specialized clinical treatment services as appropriate and required to the clinical setting. Utilizes the Professional Edition:
Current Procedural Terminology (CPT) for psychiatric and substance use disorders to resolve and/or reduce signs and symptoms of diagnosis as appropriate and required to the clinical setting.
Provide effective case management including triaging patient needs, adapting approaches to meet additional needs, and collaborating with internal and external resources as appropriate.
Coordination of Care:
Create strength-based, collaborative care planning with the patient and their family/support systems.
Develop and maintain effective working relationships with various departments, community health, social service agencies, payors and other partners.
Advocate for support appropriate to the age, biopsychosocial needs, cultural, spiritual, and health literacy of the patient. Identifies barriers to continuing care and planning of next level of care.
Function within the existing care team model.
Collaborate with the inter/multi-disciplinary team facilitating care conferences for complex patient care coordination.
Maintain timely, written documentation as well as verbal hand-offs within professional standards and in accordance with department policies and procedures.
Submit relevant ICD/CPT and DSM codes for reimbursement as appropriate and required to the clinical setting.
Act as an advocate for the needs and interests of the patient and their family/support system by supporting self-determination and autonomy.
Advocate for navigation of complex healthcare systems, various payers, community services, education, system changes, etc. •Adhere to mandatory reporting of abuse, neglect, and/or exploitation.
Provide clear and concise communication through consultation, education, facilitation and team organization to patients and their family/support system.
Collaborate with internal and external partners, and patient caregivers to enhance provision of care and services in care settings across the continuum.
Communicate changes in patient condition or goals of care related to medical, mental, social, spiritual, environmental, and eligibility factors to the inter/multidisciplinary team. •Contributes to and updates the inter/multi disciplinary care plan.
Perform duties in a manner that adheres to social work professional standards and code of ethics and in compliance with regulatory bodies; NASW (National Assoc. Social Workers), TJC (The Joint Commission), etc. Protects confidentiality and establishes professional boundaries.
Maintain a constant awareness of safety and legal aspects of the position.
Educate and communicate with the inter/multi-disciplinary team.
Required qualifications for this position includes:
Master’s degree in Social Work from a Council of Social Work Education (CSWE) accredited school of social work, or from a school in candidacy status by the CSWE
Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) with the state of Oregon
Two (2) years relevant Social Work experience, may include CSWA experience
About Providence in Oregon
As the largest healthcare system and largest private employer in Oregon, Providence offers exceptional work environments and unparalleled career opportunities.
The Providence Experience begins each time our patients or their families have an encounter with a Providence team member and continues throughout their visit or stay. Whether you provide direct or indirect patient care, we want our patients to feel that they are in a welcoming place where they can be comfortable and free from anxiety. Our employees create the Providence Experience through simple, caring behaviors such as acknowledging and welcoming each visitor, introducing ourselves and Providence, addressing people by name, providing the duration of estimated wait times and updating frequently if timelines change, explaining situations in a way that puts patients at ease, carefully listening to their concerns, and always thanking people for trusting Providence for their healthcare needs. At Providence, our quality vision is simple,
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Job Category: Behavioral Health
Req ID: 282525