Health & Mental Health | Programs/Services
Why work at Rocky Mountain Human Services?
You will have the opportunity to contribute to an organization serving children with developmental delays and disabilities, adults with cognitive and intellectual disabilities, and veterans in need of employment assistance or who are homeless.
RMHS provides great benefits such as:
- Employer paid medical, dental, and vision benefits
- Generous paid time off such as vacation, sick, personal, and holidays
- Life and disability insurance
- Tuition reimbursement (full-time employees only)
- Mileage reimbursement
- 403(B) with company match
- Employee assistance program
Rocky Mountain Human Services is hiring Intake Care Manager Positions under the Single-Entry Point Program. This role will provide case management, care planning, and will make referrals to other resources for Health First Colorado’s Medicaid Program members with the following qualifying needs: people discharging from hospitals, people being admitted to a nursing facilities, and people interested in receiving long term services and supports in the following areas: elderly, blind, and disabled; mental health; brain injury; spinal cord injury; children with a life-limiting illness; and medically fragile children.
Under the supervision of the Care Management (CM) Supervisor, the Intake Care Manager is responsible for completing the appropriate level of care management activities for people receiving case management through Rocky Mountain Human Services (RMHS). The Intake Care Manager is the first resource for potential clients to learn if they qualify for Medicaid Services. Intake Care Managers average 30 assessments per month by providing in-home, hospital, nursing home, and community visits, depending on the team the Intake Care Manager is assigned. Care management activities will include but will not be limited to completing assessments, determining eligibility, coordinating services, developing care plans, delivering care management interventions, appropriate follow up activities and completing all documentation in the expected time frame. The Care Manager will apply appropriate criteria, guidelines, and regulations specific to the level of care and services required to meet the member/family goals and the organizational/contractual requirements. Care management functions may be performed for clients in a variety of settings including telephonic, in-person or in the community setting.