Operating in over 70 treatment centers in multiple states, our team members are engaged in medication-assisted treatment, counseling, support, and care management of individuals living with OUD. We treat the whole person and, in so doing, address the underlying causes of OUD in an effort to provide a continuum of care that not only addresses treatment needs but supports the patient on their journey to recovery.
Oversee the daily duties of clinicians to ensure compliance with local, state, and Federal Regulations, as well as CMG, LP policy and procedures. Work collaboratively with leadership to promote the development of counseling skills and quality of care for patients.
- Ensure compliance with all Local, State, Federal, and Colonial Management Group, LP rules, and regulations and to do so within the allocated budget for the clinic
- Keep Colonial Management Group, LP informed, through the Program Director or Regional Director, of any significant treatment events which occur in their respective area and make prudent recommendations to address the same.
- Provide or assist with quarterly quality assurance program reviews.
- Assist in achieving and maintaining three-year accreditation status through recognized accrediting bodies.
- Provide reports as requested.
- Provide clinical supervision to clinical staff as required.
- Reviews, signs, and dates all appropriate documentation required.
- Documents patient progress through counseling and interaction through groups.
- Reports patient abuse, neglect, and exploitation as required.
- Assists in monitoring all patient activities on center premises.
- Actively participates in community relations activities as directed and authorized.
- Ensures the reading and understanding of the Policy and Procedures Manual.
- Ensures compliance with 42 CFR Part 2 (Federal Confidentiality Regulations) and 45 CFR, Parts 160 & 164 (HIPAA)
- Is responsible for obtaining or maintaining proper licensure and/or certification according to specific state requirements.
- Actively participates in preparation for surveys and inspections conducted by CARF, the State, DEA, Board of Pharmacy, and any other agency site visits as dictated by the state laws or regulations.
- Participates in all staff meetings
- Ensures compliance with local, State, Federal, and Colonial Management Group, LP rules, regulations and policies.
- Always acts in the best interests of the program and company; honors, supports, and protects the propriety data and rights of the company.
- Performs other tasks as assigned.
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Provides Clinical Supervision
(To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the competencies (minimum knowledge, skill, and ability) required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions).Education/Licensure/Certification: Master's Degree in related field and licensure and/or certification as needed per individual state requirements. Must hold a Clinical Supervisor (CS) or AADC credential in South Carolina.
Required Knowledge: Understanding of Opioid Addiction and Medicated, Assisted Treatment services. Knowledge of general counseling practices, Federal Confidentiality Law, HIPAA, and privacy practices. Must be computer literate with basic knowledge of Microsoft Excel and Google products.
Experience Preferred: Minimum of two (2) years of management experience. Minimum of one (1) years experience in substance abuse or related field