Want to Become a Member Advocate? The core mission of the Member Advocate is to make every day easier for members of the Ibis Program. This includes keeping our members’ integrated health management plans up to date, providing daily self-management support to both members and their caregivers, and proactive care coordination for all providers across all member care teams. Click here to apply.
Want to Become a Chronic Care Specialist? The core mission of the Chronic Care Specialist (CCS) is to oversee the clinical components of the Ibis Program. This includes creating Patient Centered Care Plans (PCCPs) during member intakes, approving changes to plans as suggested by program staff, providing ongoing clinical expertise, approving standing orders for vital data review, approving orders for self-recovery protocols, providing monthly health data and coordinating care with other physicians, and signing off on the billables created as part of program implementation. Click here to apply.
Want to become an Ibis Program Specialist (Regional)? The core mission of the Ibis Program Specialist (Regional) is to conduct/support all functions of the Ibis Program that are delivered in the region. These may include conducting all actions necessary for new Member recruitment, support of the Chronic Care Specialist in preparation for initial and follow up in-person consultations, performance of First Visitor Installation functions and active participation, and leadership of regional Member community sessions. Additionally, Ibis Program Specialists perform in-home service visits for system repair/equipment replacement when necessary. Click here to apply.
Want to become a Logistics Coordinator? The core mission of the Logistics Coordinator (LC) is to support the Ibis Program Field Staff, handle all external coordinations, and manage all technical support. This includes handling field service requests, supporting recruitment efforts, managing the installation process and coordinating facility scheduling and member transportation needs. Click here to apply.
Want to become a Care Navigator? The core mission of the Care Navigator is to support the Chronic Care Specialist (CCS), performing all medical administrative functions including management of consent packages, establishment of Member accounts, requesting and management of all clinical team records, supporting clinical consultations and participating in Community Sessions. Also included is any additional support to the CCS during ongoing and continuous care. Click here to apply.