BAYADA Home Health Care is seeking a full-time Physical Therapist (PT), Occupational Therapist (OT) or Speech Language Pathologist (SLP) to fill the position of Rehab Manager in our Glen Burnie, MD office.  As Rehab Manager you will lead the field staff in providing superior quality client service, clinical excellence, and adherence to policies and procedures.  Rehab Managers are also accountable for internal case management, field staff evaluation and development.  The successful Physical Therapist, Occupational Therapist or Speech Language Pathologist should have prior experience in Medicare Home Health. This position offers the successful candidate the opportunity for continued leadership growth as you develop your career with BAYADA. 

 

BAYADA believes that our clients and their families deserve home health care delivered with compassion, excellence, and reliability. As a Rehab Manager at BAYADA, you will utilize your clinical leadership and mentoring skills to make a difference in people’s lives. Your important work will help ensure that our clients come first and that our BAYADA caregivers have the support they need to be successful. In this growing and dynamic environment, we offer exciting career paths.

 

 

 

 

The PT, OT, or SLP Rehab Manager will:

  • Direct and coordinate the care provided by a multi-disciplinary care team
  • Lead field staff in delivering exceptional client service and quality clinical care
  • Ensure adherence to policies and procedures
  • Review clinical documentation, including OASIS and care plan coding
  • Monitor episodic utilization
  • Act as internal case manager and client advocate
  • Participate in hiring, interviewing and orientation of field staff
  • Participate in on-going education, evaluation and development of field staff
  • Ensure accurate and timely case management, including supervision, authorization management and interdisciplinary communication
  • Monitor Quality Assurance
  • Visit clients to conduct clinical assessments and supervise staff as necessary
  • Assist in developing Clinical Associates to become Clinical Managers
  • Provide clinical insight and focus on clinical competency of your staff
  • Create a warm, organized and welcoming office grounded in customer service

 

 

The PT, OT or SLP Rehab Manager will have:

  • Current Maryland license in good standing, Physical Therapist (PT), Occupational Therapist (OT) or Speech Language Pathologist (SLP)
  • Prior supervisory experience
  • Minimum of two (2) years community health experience
  • Prior clinical and managerial experience within a Medicare Certified Home Health agency
  • Comprehensive knowledge of OASIS and the Medicare Conditions of Participation for Home Health
  • Strong clinical assessment and case management skills
  • Demonstrated success working independently while taking on increased responsibilities
  • Ambition to grow and advance beyond current position
  • Excellent organizational, interpersonal and communication skills
  • Prior experience with electronic medical record documentation and reporting systems

Founded in 1975 by J. Mark Baiada, BAYADA Home Health Care provides nursing, rehabilitative, therapeutic, hospice, and assistive care services to children, adults, and seniors in the comfort of their homes. Headquartered in suburban Philadelphia, BAYADA employs more than 23,000 field and office professionals who serve their communities in over 20 states from more than 300 offices. BAYADA Home Health Care, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer and qualified applicants will not be discriminated against on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or veteran status.

 

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