• Care Manager

    Job Locations US-NY-Long Island
    Posted Date 2 days ago(6/14/2019 3:51 PM)
    Job ID
    Care Management
    Regular Full-Time
  • Overview

    Our Work Place Values Are Centered Around You!!!! 


    Our emerging organization is seeking Case Managers, Medicaid Service Coordinators, and all Behavioral Health Professionals to serve as a Care Manager for our individuals in NYC and surrounding counties. If you are a compassionate, results driven, problem solver we want to talk with you about opportunities at ACANY!


    The Care Manager is responsible to support individuals receiving services to: 1) live in the most integrated setting, 2) have meaningful and productive community participation, 3) experience personal health, safety and growth, 4) develop meaningful relationships with others, 5) have choice about their service providers, 6) support individuals with opportunity to self-direct their services, and 7) to ensure the changing needs of the people served are met.



    • Ensure that the six health home core services are implemented to meet the person centered needs of the individuals receiving services. Including but not limited to the developing, writing, monitoring, and implementation of the Life Plan.
    • Supporting the individuals receiving services to facilitate Life Plan meetings.
    • Provides advocacy for people receiving services to assist them to reach their full potential.
    • Ensure benefits are maintained (Medicaid).
    • Record and maintain records in the Care Management Platform.
    • Attends department/team meetings, trainings, supervisions, etc. as scheduled and in accordance with agency practice and policy.
    • Completes all required trainings.
    • Travel throughout the designated service area to meet with people receiving services and their interdisciplinary team.
    • Maintains confidentiality.
    • Perform other duties as assigned.


    • A Bachelor of Arts or Science degree with two years of relevant experience, or a license as a Registered Nurse with two years of relevant experience, or a Master’s degree with one year of relevant experience.
    • Absolute sense of integrity and personal commitment to serving people with I/DD and their families.
    • Excellent interpersonal, public speaking, and written communication skills.
    • Ability to work autonomously.
    • Demonstrate professionalism, respect and ability to work in a team environment.


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