What’s the best way to raise your game and reach new levels of achievement? Simple. Explore how Behavioral Care professionals are using their training and leadership skills to deliver new levels of care at UnitedHealth Group. We’re industry leaders by virtue of reach, size and innovation. Our integration model and network of over 80,000 providers allows us to create change on a huge scale. With a growing array of proactive, holistic tools and resources that encourage total well-being for our members, we go beyond counseling services and verified referrals to behavioral health programs integrated across the entire continuum of care. We’ll call on you to put your strong assessment, diagnostic coaching and guidance abilities in to play every day. We can provide you with meaningful challenge that can result in a strong sense of impact and fulfillment. It’s truly an opportunity to do
your life’s best work.SM
What you Need To Know
Careers in this field require a high level of compassion as well as professional knowledge of the behavioral health field.
- You’ll be working in a fast paced, demanding role that requires patience and diplomacy.
- All of these positions require attention to detail as you coordinate care that involves a lot of complexity.
- You’ll need to focus on patients to continually ensure that solutions are in their best interests while striving for maximum cost efficiency.
- You should be self-motivated and able to manage a heavy workload, while maintaining care quality.
- You will need to spend a considerable amount of time at the computer for planning, documentation and team coordination.
What We Are Looking For
We need elite performers who are ready to take on the challenges and rewards that come with working in a complex environment. For our roles you will need:
- All of our roles require current Licensure (LMHC, LCSW, LSW, LMFT, LPC, LCPC, RN).
- You should have experience working with managed care and Medicare/Medicaid patients.
- We look for excellent counseling skills and a resourceful approach to problem solving.
- You should have exceptional planning and organizational ability coupled with strong collaboration skills.
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