Serve as program coordinator for the Child and Adolescent Mental Health Project ECHO (Extension for Community Healthcare Outcomes) at Indiana University School of Medicine. Organize and actively contribute to the activities of a team of healthcare professionals focused on mentoring those treating children and adolescents with mental health disorders and reducing health disparities in diverse communities across Indiana. This is done through a collaboration with University of New Mexico's ECHO Institute. This position will be autonomously responsible for the design, implementation, analysis, and dissemination of Project ECHO related activities. This position will also provide support to the Opioid Use Disorder ECHO program.
Duties and responsibilities include:
Serve as project manager for Child and Adolescent Mental Health ECHO – facilitating team meetings and duties/roles among the ECHO team. Establish dates, agenda, curriculum and patient case presentations for ECHO clinics. Prepare ECHO session follow-up information, including evaluation links, resources shared and case recommendations.
Recruit Physicians, Advanced Practice Nurses, Pharmacists, Behavioral Health Specialists, and Community Health Workers to participate in Child Mental Health and Opioid ECHO clinics as well as create promotional materials and orientation packets. Cultivate, recruit and nurture on-going relationships with multiple different experts for ECHO clinics. Maintain their clinic and didactic schedules and process payment invoices. Maintain list of ECHO participants and their attendance and demographics and submit weekly reports to a database through the ECHO Institute called iECHO.
Identify outreach opportunities and research and develop content for presentations that align to the mission and strategic aims of Child Mental Health and Opioid ECHO clinics. Make presentations, and serve as front line ECHO representative as an exhibitor at events and conferences. Establish partnerships with associations and organizations such as Indiana Primary Health Care Association, Rural Healthcare Association, Indiana State Medical Association, Community Hospital, Anthem to promote Project ECHO.
Serve as technical support for Child Mental Health and Opioid ECHO clinics using Zoom Technology. Responsible for editing and archiving video recordings of the sessions. Manage updates for ECHO website and social media and collaborate with IU School of Medicine communications team to promote and share successes of Project ECHO.
Manage the grant through Division Mental Health and Addiction; provide all required reports and identify ways to maintain ECHO's developmental efforts and financial sustainability. Monitor list serves and reports to stay abreast of the latest research, ECHO initiatives and evidence based best practices for current curriculum. Manage continuing education accreditation for Child Mental Health and Opioid ECHO tracks through the IU School of Medicine, and other licensing agencies and prepare completion certificates for ECHO participants.
Serve as an advocate to healthcare providers in the state by talking with legislators and other Indiana stakeholders on how ECHO has identified gaps and barriers to treatment, especially in rural areas.
REQUIRED: Bachelor's degree and two years coordinating programs or related experience.
Excellent interpersonal and computational skills. Excellent attention to detail and follow through. Able to juggle many responsibilities and keep the program progress on track. Excellent ability to work independently. Good judgment in social situations. Excellent time and resource management skills.
Experience in child and adolescent mental health treatment settings.
Salary Plan: PAO
Salary Grade: 2AD
Campus: IUPUI - Indianapolis
Department: PSYCHIATRY (IN-PSYC-IUINA)
Internal Number: 74048
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