Join the team at Jackson Care Connect

Jackson Care Connect coordinates physical, behavioral and oral health care for Oregon Health Plan (Medicaid) members in Jackson County. We care for the whole person, making it easy to connect to provider groups, hospitals, agencies and community organizations who work together with our member. Jackson Care Connect is part of CareOregon, a nonprofit community organization based in Portland, Oregon. Since 1994, CareOregon has been providing health plan services to Oregonians and developing innovative approaches to care.

Jackson Care Connect is dedicated to providing access to high-quality, cost-effective, culturally responsive care for Oregon Health Plan participants in Jackson county. For compassionate innovators committed to improving health care, we offer a great work environment where your contributions are recognized.

Jackson Care Connect is making a difference. Join us.

TO APPLY:

See full descriptions, position requirements and application directions at the links below. See all positions here.

Medical Director
This position is responsible for leading a multidisciplinary, matrixed team in supporting both internal staff, as well as external network and other partners, in implementing effective care management, quality, and other clinical practice improvement initiatives as assigned, in support of the Quadruple Aim.

Work includes four key areas:

  • Best practices and network support with focus on integration (physical health, behavioral health, oral health, social health)
  • Data support and translation with focus on quality improvement
  • Population health framework including strong equity focused approach and resource stewardship for vulnerable populations (including value-based payments)
  • Regional relationships and collaboration in a CCO environment.

This position may be assigned to lead medical management, clinical informatics, behavioral health, and/or population health initiatives for the organization including clinical quality in the provider/Coordinated Care Organization (CCO) network. The position may provide ground level clinical direction in support of CareOregon CCO transformation and process improvement efforts. Learn more and apply.

Intensive Care Coordinator
This position is responsible for developing and implementing member-centric, individualized care plans and providing telephonic and community-based care coordination for members with high health care needs, including members with complex behavioral concerns, severe and persistent mental illness, substance use disorders, and/or receiving facility based, in-home or community-based psychiatric services. The ICC utilizes clinical expertise in behavioral health conditions and knowledge regarding the adult and children’s system of care to provide coordination that is member driven, strengths based, and culturally and linguistically appropriate. The ICC acts as the primary care coordination liaison for providers working with members involved in, on waitlists for, or who may qualify for, Wraparound or Choice Model Services. Learn more and apply.

Panel Coordinator – Bilingual
This position provides complex and diversified support to Jackson Care Connect patients within the context of a primary care medical home, from a team approach, and in continuous partnership with patients and physicians to promote: timely access to needed care, comprehension and continuity of care, and the enhancement of patient well-being within all models of care from traditional to non-traditional. Learn more and apply.

Panel Coordinator
The Panel Coordinator provides complex and diversified support to CareOregon members within the context of a primary care medical home, from a team approach, and in continuous partnership with patients and physicians to promote: timely access to needed care, comprehension and continuity of care, and the enhancement of patient well-being within all models of care from traditional to non-traditional. Learn more and apply.

Innovation Specialist – Integrated Behavioral Health
This position provides technical assistance, coaching, and training to the CareOregon provider network in areas related to integrated behavioral health services. This position will spend time designing and facilitating collaborative meetings, and providing on-site support to member clinic leadership and care teams to implement systems, processes, and workflows that improve quality outcomes, patient experience, clinic and team satisfaction, and reduced health care costs. This position partners closely with CareOregon and CCO regional teams and leadership to develop, oversee, and implement programs, initiatives and payment models that support and enhance behavioral- and whole-person health.  This role requires a high degree of collaboration, coordination, and influence with multiple internal and external stakeholders in positions of clinical and operational leadership. Learn more and apply. 

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