Case Manager (Certified) — Opportunities in Dade, Broward and Cutler Bay Jobs at Banyan Health Systems – Broward County, FL

Banyan Health Systems

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Come and join and amazing established growing healthcare company!

We have several opportunities in Miami-Dade and Broward Counties.

Banyan Health Systems has been serving Miami-Dade and Broward Counties since 1970. We provide quality, individualized care to each of our patients. Our system of integrated health services brings together specialized psychiatric care, primary care, pediatrics, geriatrics, and an extensive program of residential and outpatient substance abuse & behavioral health services under one umbrella. At Banyan Health Systems, we believe when individuals are healthy and strong, our communities are better for it.


We are currently looking for individuals who share our mission of integrating primary and behavioral health care while providing access to all individuals. We focus on providing quality and compassionate care in order to assist our patients in living their best life. We are dedicated to the endless pursuit of excellence and treat everyone with dignity, humanity, and respect.


If you share these beliefs and want to join us to make a difference, please take some time to read the post below.

Certified Targeted Case Manager — Opportunities in Dade, Broward


The Certified Targeted Case Manager shall provide case management services as directed by the Targeted Case Management Supervisor/Director of Case Management, which shall include assisting clients in gaining access to needed financial and insurance benefits, employment, medical, social, education, assessment of functional abilities and needs, and other services. These support services include working with the client and his/her natural support system to develop and implement the service plan. It also includes follow-up to determine the status of services and the effectiveness of activities related to the successful implementation of the service plan toward enhancing the recipient’s inclusion in the community.


Developing, Implementing and Reviewing the Service Plan, as well as working with the client and family to address issues related to the services. Services where the family is involved must be clearly directed to meeting the identified needs of the client.

Linking and facilitating with appropriate services and resources identified in the service plan.

Advocating for the acquisition of services and resources necessary to implement the service plan.

Coordinating the delivery of services as specified in the service plan, with the help of the client, his/her family and his/her natural support system.

Monitoring service delivery to evaluate client’s progress.

Arranging for and coordinating after care services upon discharge from a residential or inpatient facility when discharge planning is not covered by the facility’s per diem.

Demonstrates knowledge of the Medicaid manual and all updated revisions.

Completes ongoing chart audits to ensure compliance and quality assurance of services provided.

Demonstrates knowledge of DSM-IV and DSM-V.

Demonstrates proficiency in utilizing community resources as supportive services.

Serving as a liaison for the client, family, referral source and other social service agencies.

Ability to report to work as scheduled, in a timely fashion and will an attitude have oriented toward service.

Presents in a professional manner in the community, in person, on telephone and in written communication including times of extreme stress and when others are upset.



Graduation from an accredited college or university with a minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree in;

Psychology, Social Work, Marriage and Family Therapy, Mental Health Counseling or related field with at least 1-year experience working with the specific population they are applying to work with (i.e. children with serious emotional disturbances or adults with serious mental illness) and:

TCM certified with the Florida Board

Must be certified by Medicaid within 3 months of hire.

Must complete an AHCA approved mental health targeted case management training within 3 months of initially supervising case managers.

Must have knowledge and must comply with state and federal statutes, rules and policies that affect the target population.

Must have knowledge of the principles and practices of the discipline.


Ability to read, write and speak in English and Spanish (or other languages) helpful.

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