The Manager of Provider Development and Transformation Initiatives is responsible for working with all components of the DBHIDS on the development, coordination, implementation, and analysis of the Office of Addiction Services provider network. The primary focus of this position will be to identify all licensed Drug and Alcohol providers; creation of a services inventory of provider sites; to increase integrated behavioral health services at said sites, and coordination of the administrative, clinical and analytical collaboration between the Transformation Initiative, components of the DBHIDS in general, the Office of Addiction Service in particular, and providers.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Works to provide leadership in the creation of a system of profiled and rated licensed Drug and Alcohol providers.
Create and maintain effective relationships with provider agencies and community-based partners relevant to the DBHIDS goals.
In conjunction with the DBHIDS initiatives, coordinates the expansion and maintenance of a network of behavioral health Drug and Alcohol licensed providers to increase the capacity to provide quality services to target populations.
Convene regular meetings of agencies that receive program funding or bill fee for service to:
Facilitate dialogue with public agencies and community-based partners to monitor utilization and notification of all available local, state, and federal funding opportunities.
Provide training to providers on working closely with advocates to ensure the implementation of partnerships with community and faith-based recovery organizations.
Support the implementation of system transformation goals & values. Such as person in recovery directed programming and NIATx.
Inventory of best practices and develop effective methods of disseminating such information to
Maintains effective and consistent communication with partners to maintain commitment to the initiative including working with DBHIDS communications on transformation newsletters and other regular methods of communication.
Oversees collation of data and information needed for implementation and evaluation of addiction services providers to:
Ensure effective evaluation of Initiates
Catalogue compliance with all provider agreements, program funding and grant requirements
Participate in developing provider satisfaction surveys
Identifies, recommends, and facilitates organizational and personal training in the provider community around transformation initiatives.
Facilitates access to appropriate data to support initiatives.
Performs other duties as assigned.
A broad understanding, of the multiple public behavioral health systems that serve adults, children, youth, and families, and some knowledge of best practices in service delivery for addiction. Strong facilitation skills and the ability to help diverse stakeholders create and implement a common agenda. Excellent verbal, interpersonal and written communication skills.Proficiency in the use of Microsoft Office Suite and spreadsheet analysis. Some knowledge of local, state and federal funding streams designed for mental health services.