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 to join their growing team.
Provide regularly scheduled (usually weekly) 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 care manager to track and oversee their patient panels and clinical outcomes using our cloud-based patient registry
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
Have experience practicing in and collaborating effectively in primary care or integrated care settings
(Ideally) Have experience with primary care psychiatry or consultation-liaison psychiatry
Are (ideally) excited by or have experience with telemedicine
Licensed psychiatrist or psychiatric nurse practitioner in California. (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 CM, 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) Availability to visit each participating clinic at least 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