Concert Health is a national organization providing evidence based behavioral health services to primary care organizations. Concert Health is a leader in the field of behavioral health and is seeking talented psychiatric consultants with experience in women’s health to join their growing team. 

 

Your responsibilities:

  • Provide regularly scheduled (usually weekly) video/telephone caseload consultation to Concert Health Behavioral Care Managers (BCM), focused primarily on patients new to treatment or not improving as expected 
  • Suggest treatment plan changes, including medication recommendations and supporting behavioral treatment, for these patients
  • Work with assigned BCMs to track and oversee their patient panels and clinical outcomes using our cloud-based patient registry

You: 

  • Have excellent communication skills
  • Are positive, flexible, and solution-focused
  • Can quickly synthesize medical and psychiatric data and formulate effective and evidence-based clinical recommendations
  • Are knowledgeable of and experienced with behavioral health tools and outcome- oriented care, particularly with a female population and with an emphasis on reproductive health
  • Experience with medication treatment for prenatal and post-partum population
  • Are familiar with screening tools such as the PHQ9 and GAD7
  • Have experience in reproductive health settings or in providing psychiatric consultation to reproductive or women's health providers
  • Are (ideally) excited by or have experience with telemedicine

Requirements

  • Licensed psychiatrist or psychiatric nurse practitioner in Connecticut (you may be based anywhere in the state as long as you hold an active license).
  • Availability of 1.5 hours per-week per assigned BCM (assignment mutually agreed upon in advance). Time includes weekly 1 hour consultations with each assigned BCM, time preparation for consultation, and documentation of treatment recommendations in the electronic registry
  • Available for periodic communication with BCM for urgent matters outside of weekly check in, and occasional direct consultation with PCPs (more frequent with a new practice)
  • (Ideally) Available to visit each participating clinic once initially and then at least annually to meet providers and discuss ongoing collaboration
  • (Ideally) Additional state licenses and/or willingness to acquire additional licenses

 

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