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Department: Community Health Department
Schedule: Full-time 40 hours/week
Shift: Days/Evenings/Weekends
Hours: 40
Contact Information:
  • Contact: Sarah Tatro
Job Details:
  • The function of this position is to manage and monitor compliance with controlled substance policies in order to facilitate safe, effective prescribing practices. Maintenance of client registry and other databases to keep track of all clients prescribed chronic controlled substances, ensuring prescriber agreements are complete, documenting all encounters, using alerts for non-compliant patients, and assuring that all necessary information is in patient's electronic medical record. Management of patient contact to conduct screenings, confirm compliance with referrals, administer risk, pain, and function assessments, educate on proper disposal of medications, coordinate controlled substance prescription refills and acute prescribing, maintain and provide up to date cost of testing, and any necessary follow-up. Communicate with pharmacies that dispense to patients. Perform patient compliance screenings. Facilitation of internal and external referrals and ensuring care coordination. Maintenance of communication and coordination with network partners (CMC/DH, MFS/ Phoenix House, Keene Serenity Center, and others) to ensure clinical care needs are being addressed. Communication with prescribers to request patient prescription renewals, report aberrant behaviors, and report patient failed compliance.

    Bachelor's degree in public health, social work, nursing, or related field required. Three or more years' experience in field. Experience working with individuals with substance abuse issues, behavioral health issues, or pain management issues preferred.

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