Project Director, MAT Program

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Reports to:           Director of Behavioral Health and Vice President for Research and Population Health  

Supervises:           N/A

Salary/Status:      Exempt

Minimum Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree required, Master’s degree in relevant field preferred.
  • Significant amount of experience and/or training in mental health/behavioral health.
  • Supervisory experience, preferably in nonprofit health care management.
  • Understanding of and familiarity with metrics and measures used to assess behavioral health programs.
  • Familiarity with requirements by MCOs (managed care organizations) for behavioral health reporting.
  • Excellent communication, written and verbal skills.
  • Solid understanding of health care quality measures.

Desirable:

  1. Fluency in Spanish.
  2. Understanding and appreciation of the unique cultural, economic, and behavioral health challenges faced by refugee populations.
  3. Cultural and language competence, especially as it relates to mental health of immigrant and underserved populations.
  4. Ability to present complex data to a variety of audiences.

Principle Responsibilities and Duties:

  1. Responsible for all required reporting metrics for the MAT program, including standard measures used for reporting and all those unique to managed care organizations and outside agencies.
  2. Proficiency in Crystal and other reporting as needed to monitor the program, produce accurate and timely reports, identify and measure quality improvements, and provide staff reporting training.
  3. Collaborates with staff in other departments to generate reports requiring input from the MAT program.
  4. Attends and presents when appropriate at routine CQI meetings.
  5. Prepares MAT presentations to be given to outside agencies by the Director or other staff members.
  6. Assists the Director to monitor the MAT budget and ensure the MAT program’s fiscal stability.
  7. Additional job responsibilities and duties as identified.

Communications/ Interpersonal Skills:

  1. Serves as champion for the MAT team in all data and reporting needs.
  2. Insures that all MAT data is de-identified and is always HIPPA compliant.
  3. Works with other departments to share data.

Problem Resolution:

  1. Data driven and focused.
  2. Possesses the ability to act independently and to make decisions utilizing good judgment, while also seeking appropriate input and support as needed.
  3. Has the ability to visualize and anticipate new problems and to be part of the problem solving process.

Career Development:

  1. Attends meetings related to field of behavioral health/MAT metrics and measurement.
  2. Presents at and assists others during in-house and external meetings that address issues of behavioral health and/or MAT.  
  3. Learns new ways to analyze and present data that enhance understanding and improve outcomes.

Working Conditions:

This position requires the ability to use a computer workstation, viewing a CRT/EMR.

Location: Springfield, MA
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