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Employment Opportunities

Updated: 11/26/2019

Medical Billing/Credentialing Specialist- Full Time
Work in conjunction with billing, outpatient director and insurance companies to obtain accurate reimbursement for mental health claims. Credentialing specialists work for healthcare organizations and ensure that physicians/ therapist and healthcare facilities are in compliance with relevant regulations. They may also keep records related to insurance contracts and staff credentials. They often must keep in contact with staff and insurance companies to ensure that they have all the necessary documents and inform them of any changes in contracts and policies. Because much of their work is done on computers, credentialing specialists must know how to use a variety of programs, including word processing and spreadsheet programs.Knowledge of running billing reports for outstanding billing, claim submission and checking remittance. 
Education Requirements:  Associates degree in Medical Administration or another related field; Knowledge of billing reimbursement and third-party regulations, billing codes, dx codes using CPT and ICD 10 codes; Medical Terminology

Family Based Mental Health Worker- Full-Time
FBMH worker will provide ICM service to help families’ access resources to meet basic needs. Examples would include contacting agencies for financial help to pay rent, making a referral to OVR to help family members’ access job training, or providing transportation as needed to meetings and appointments.
FBMH Worker will collaborate with other agencies that are involved with the client and/or family regarding issues pertinent to treatment a minimum of one time per month. Examples would include collaborating with a parent’s therapist or having a team meeting to include a school teacher, a CYS caseworker, or a Blended Case Manager. FBMH Worker will make additional referrals throughout treatment when necessary for specified cases.
FBMH Worker will collaborate with FBMH Therapist on providing updates to referral agencies regarding progress of case. Progress reports will be provided on a as needed basis. Updates will reflect all confidentiality standards and will be done with the expressed written consent of the consumer.
FBMH Worker will be a part of the Discharge planning meeting with the family to decide and make necessary referrals for aftercare
Requirements:Bachelor’s degree in a Human Services related area; 1 year CASSP experience;Flexible schedule, including evening hours;Valid PA driver’s license, auto insurance, and reliable transportation

Office Support Staff - Full-Time
Work as part of a team to maintain the effective and efficient running of the front desk/reception area. Consistently meet the needs of clients, employees, therapists, visitors, and outside agencies. Perform various office tasks, including: data entry, copying, faxing, filing, preparing new files, collecting and documenting client information, changes, etc. Ensure the waiting area is clean, neat, and welcoming at all times. Maintain a safe environment for all workers and visitors to the office. Office Support Staff is responsible for document preparation, record keeping, reception, file maintenance, and related clerical support functions.  Office Support Staff is also responsible for conducting transactions with other employees or the public in matters requiring knowledge of laws, rules, procedures, policies, and precedents.

CSBBH Behavioral Health Worker - Full-Time
We are offering a $1000 sign on bonus 
Implement mental health treatment and crisis intervention for children and families through the Clinical Home model.  Provide psycho-educational groups for youth and/or families, intensive case management service to children and families, and supporting clients with one-on-one interventions in the school, home, and community to support the overall mental health goals of the child’s treatment plan.  Requires a Bachelor’s Degree in a Human Services related field with 2 years of experience working in the mental health field.

Blended Case Manager- Full- Time
.  The goal of the Blended Case Management Program is to provide assistance and empowerment to consumers with a serious Mental Illness or emotional disturbance and their families in gaining access to larger systems, both formal and informal, to improve quality of life and expand an often limited, localized worldview and orientation. 
Blended Case Management Services provided will include developing a partnership with the individual to assess needs, obtain services and resolve crises. Through this partnership the individual and case manager work together to plan, coordinate, monitor and advocate for the services and supports needed to achieve the individual's goals.
In order to effectively implement this process, the Case Manager must attend to the total spectrum of client needs, including but not limited to family relationships, medical needs, education, finances, employment, health, and recreation.
  • Bachelor’s Degree with major course work in sociology, social welfare, psychology, gerontology, anthropology, other related social sciences, criminal justice, theology, nursing, counseling, or education; or
  • Registered nurse;
  • A high school diploma and 12 semester credit hours in sociology, social welfare, psychology, gerontology, or other social sciences and two years’ experience in direct contact with mental health consumers; or
  • A high school diploma and five years’ experience in public or private human service with employment as a case manager staff person prior to April 1, 1989.

All positions require the necessary child abuse clearances: PA Child Abuse Clearance, PA Criminal Background Check and FBI Federal Background Clearance. 

Blair Family Solutions, LLC offers competitive salaries and benefits to all full-time employees.

Medical Insurance ● Dental Insurance ● Vision Insurance ● Health Savings Accounts ● Paid Time Off ● Flexible Work Schedules 401 K

To apply, please send your cover letter and resume to