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Admissions Coordinator in Hartford, CT at InterCommunity

Date Posted: 1/4/2019

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Job Description

InterCommunity, Inc. is a growing, progressive, non-profit community health center with over 40 years of experience in the community.  We’ve been the grateful recipient over the past several years of numerous local and national awards for the innovative services we provide, and have just been named a Hartford Courant/Fox CT Top Small Workplace Award winner for the EIGHTH consecutive year!

We are currently recruiting a full-time Admissions Coordinator who coordinates admissions to maintain full census into assigned residential/inpatient programs and obtain appropriate insurance pre-authorizations.

  • Manage census daily (Monday-Friday) for assigned residential and inpatient programs and communicate necessary information to the Assessment Center and Residential/Inpatient programs to ensure timely admissions
  • Maintain organization of wait lists and update the waitlists with in-the-moment information
  • Review referral paperwork and outreach referral source/clients for incoming referrals
  • Maintain regular, in the moment communication with residential/inpatient programs regarding open beds
  • Obtain insurance pre-authorizations and enter into Qualifacts system
  • Concurrently document all contacts and outreach attempts with clients and referral sources
  • Attendance and participation in all required departmental staff meetings and supervision including but not limited to systems feedback,       problem solving, and support for development protocols which enhance service delivery.  
  • Performs related duties as required


*All agency staff are required to attend all mandatory department/agency meetings and trainings*

Job Requirements

  • Initiative
  • Time Management
  • Decision Making
  • Communication Proficiency
  • Team Member
  • Computer Skills Proficiency


    * A Bachelor's or Associate's degree in health or behavioral health. Equivalent experience in a community health center or behavioral health setting may be considered. Experience working in a setting attending to the needs of those in recovery from mental illness and substance use/addiction, preferably with exposure to the Residential/Inpatient treatment setting.