• Vice President Pathway to Wellness

    Job Locations US-NY-Brooklyn
    Position Number
    Pathway to Wellness
    Regular Full-Time
    FLSA Status
  • Overview

    Under the supervision of the SVP, Transitional Services, the VP of Pathways to Wellness provides clinical, administrative, and financial oversight to the Child Intensive Case Management Program, non-Medicaid Adult Blended Case Management Program, Health Home Plus, Adult Home Plus, care management program downstream from lead Health Homes, and all other care coordination programs. The VP is responsible for establishing programmatic goals, monitoring and managing personnel, meeting quality assurance and outcome measures, and ensuring operational and financial compliance with local, State, and other rules, regulations, and guidelines. 

    Interrelationships: Staff, clients, clients’ families, interdisciplinary personnel, personnel from internal and external providers, lead Health Homes, MCOs, referring agencies, hospitals, PPSs, local and state governing bodies, ICL personnel and administration.


    • Oversees hiring of staff and oversight of personnel. Ensures they are appropriately trained to provide services within ICL’s philosophy of person centered, trauma informed, integrated, and outcomes driven care. Encourages the use of evidence-based practices in everyday care.
    • Monitors systems and performance measures related to clinical quality, productivity and billing compliance. Ensures service delivery and documentation meet quality and billing compliance standards, in accordance with regulations and standards, policies and procedures of lead health homes, and other relevant guidelines.
    • Create targets for growth and implements and monitors adherence to plan for outreach and ground up referrals.
    • Collaborates with SVP and Finance Department to create and manage within budget. Oversees Program Administrator and Director of Operations to improve revenue cycle management and maximize reimbursement.
    • Cultivates successful relationships internally with other Program Directors, and externally with Health Home leads, MCOs, hospitals and other providers, to ensure coordinated high quality service delivery for people served and sustain key partnerships with community providers/organizations.
    • Ensure successful achievement of project deliverables with key community partners:
      • Maimonides PPS, Community Care of Brooklyn (DSRIP project)
      • Interfaith Medical Center (embedded outreach and care coordination)
      • Brookdale Hospital (embedded outreach and care coordination)
      • Sinai HARP Pilot (linkage to HCBS)
    • Oversee development of the Recovery Coordination Agency (RCA) program which provides outreach and short term care management for non-Health Home enrolled HARP members
    • Participates in health home committees as required. Ensures ongoing understanding of all policies, procedures, requirements and changes.
    • Participates in agency committees as appropriate and positively represents ICL to external stakeholders.
    • Performs other duties as required.


    Licensed by the NYS Education Department as a mental health practitioner: Mental Health Counselor, Social Worker, Marriage and Family Therapist, Creative Arts Therapist, or Psychologist. 5 years minimum clinical experience and 3 years minimum progressive administrative and/or supervisory experience preferred


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