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Clinical Services Analyst in Carlsbad, CA at Acadia Healthcare

Date Posted: 1/17/2019

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Clinical Services Analyst

Position Summary

The Clinical Services Analyst (CSA) performs onsite focused reviews /surveys of Recovery facilities.  The CSA acts as a resource to facilities in regard to policy and procedure adherence, regulatory compliance, risk reduction, accreditation conformance and evaluating and enhancing overall facility operations.

This position assists facility operations by furnishing support inclusive of staff trainings, policy development, process/system implementation, utilization of best practices and assisting with clinical services functions. 

The CSA collects and aggregates data, furnishes reports, identifies trends, develops action plans and makes recommendations to the Chief Compliance Officer of Clinical Services as appropriate, regarding the status of the clinical services components of all facilities, related training needs, identified action steps, and the status of maintenance and follow up efforts.


Position Responsibilities

  • Coordinates and conducts onsite surveys and focused reviews of all Revocery facilities, as appropriate.
  • Summarize findings and recommendations, as well as, facility, Region and Division trends in a formal report.
  • Conducts on- going maintenance and follow up regarding facility clinical services components.
  • Conducts onsite and telephonic internal sentinel event investigations, as requested.
  • Works in conjunction with the Chief Compliance Officer of Clinical Services to initiate and facilitate the process of developing and implementing training and / or other mechanisms to enhance clinical services efforts, ensure compliance with all regulatory guidelines, assist with risk management efforts and provide guidance for conformance with company policies and procedures.
  • Responsible for oversight of and assistance with compliance to CARF accreditation standards for all clinics and assists with on-site surveys and the development of required responses.
  • Assists with the maintenance of updated record keeping of all required regulatory licenses, certifications and accreditations at all Recovery facilities.
  • Establishes and maintains positive working relationships with all regulatory agencies and accreditation entities.
  • Assists with the development, revision and implementation of Recovery administrative and clinical policies.

Job Requirements

    • Bachelor’s degree in social work, psychology, public health or a related field, and a minimum of five years of experience in the field of substance abuse / behavioral health are required; LPN or RN Preferred.
    • Has working knowledge of all applicable Federal and State rules and regulations and accreditation standards governing CTC Division operations.
    • Leadership, education and training and customer service skills, as well as, an understanding of the principles of Clinical Services, Compliance, Quality, and Policy Management are required.
    • Experience in developing and implementing trainings preferred.
    • Certification in the area of substance abuse and a Master’s degree are preferred.

    Position Characteristics  

    This position travels 75% of the time. Will work from various offices.