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Maintains all accounting functions and the general ledger for RREDCO and all subdivision entities. Prepares all monthly, quarterly, and annual financial statements for presentation to the RREDCO Board of Directors. Assists in preparing all required financial and accounting reports, including annual budgets, audit preparation, and prospective business plans. Creates and maintains all internal controls to protect the organization and all assets. Assists in future economic development of the Tribe.
Redding Rancheria is seeking a RN Care Coordinator. To initiate and coordinate a multidisciplinary team approach. Responsible for the delivery of appropriate, timely and beneficial care for RRTHS patients. Alongside the patient care team, collaborates, assesses, plans, facilitates, evaluates and advocates to meet the comprehensive medical needs of the patient.
Greet patients and visitors, check in patients, answer telephones, schedule appointments, verify insurance eligibility, and obtain prior authorizations for clinic dental patients. Provide clerical support related to the daily operations of the dental department.
Redding Rancheria is seeking a Licensed Therapist. The Licensed Therapist is licensed/certified independently to provide direct Mental Health and Chemical Dependency services in an outpatient medical setting to Native Americans residing in the eastern half of Trinity County and the western two-thirds of Shasta county who have mental health, substance abuse, or co-occurring disorders. This provider will conduct mental health intakes, substance abuse assessments, individual, family and group treatment and Integrative/crisis services to patients and their families. Responsibilities also include serving as a consultant for program services to Redding Rancheria staff and community, and working to increase the understanding of individual and community behavioral health issues and service delivery. This position is under the supervision of the Behavioral Health Director.
Medical Scribes are individuals trained in medical documentation who assist a provider throughout their shift. The primary goal is to increase the efficiency and productivity of the physician. It will be the responsibility of the Medical Scribe to annotate any dictated or written information for the treatment of patients following all local, state and federal guidelines for documentation into the electronic health record system. The Medical Scribe will be responsible for clearly recording each patient's symptoms, history, physical exam and documenting the diagnosis. This position will have no direct involvement in patient care but has an interdepartmental role in assisting nursing and front office staff.
Assists health center care providers in the delivery of outpatient health care to patients under the direct supervision of the Nursing Supervisor.
Under direction from the Pharmacist in Charge: provide customer service; answer phones; operate Point of Sale (POS) register, responsible for third party insurance and grant billing, maintaining the pharmacy stock levels; assist pharmacist in filling prescriptions in accordance with Federal and State laws governing the pharmacy industry.