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Intervenes with patients/families with psychosocial needs and need assistance, support in coping with chronic acute terminal illness. Services may include consultation, discharge planning, education, counseling, advocacy, info referral services to assist patients to meet emotional, social and financial aspects of care. Provides crisis intervention to patients/families with psychosocial needs and coordinates facilitates discharge plan. Provides patient care services via case finding, patient/family referrals, referrals from physicians, RN Case Mgrs, Nurses, members of the healthcare team. Serves as an expert, acts as a liaison between patients, co resources. Identify patent/family psycho-social environmental needs related to admission, diagnosis, treatment, discharge. Collaborates with interdisciplinary team and develops/implements a comprehensive discharge, Makes appropriate referrals to co services, provides support, counseling, crisis intervention, bereavement services. Assess and intervenes with child, adult, elder abuse/neglect and domestic violence. Serves all patient groups: neonatal through adults
Degrees: Masters Licenses & Certifications: Licensed Clinical Social Worker
Additional Qualifications: Any additional appropriate combination of relevant education, certification(s) and/or work experience may be considered. 5 years of social work experience with a minimum of 3 years in a hospital social work experience or related health care setting. Demonstrate ability to solve problems in a fast-paced environment. Excellent interpersonal communication and negotiation skills. Strong analytical, data management and computer skills. Current working knowledge of discharge planning, crisis intervention, complex case management and performance improvement preferred. Strong working knowledge of community services available for insured and non-insured patients. Strong organizational and time management skills, as evidenced by capacity to prioritize multiple tasks and role components. Ability to work independently and exercise sound judgment. Ability to prioritize and manage multiple high-risk, complex patients. Ability to work with multiple members of a care team and maintain positive working relationships.