Cape Atlantc I.N.K.'s Commitment to Our Medicaid Compliance Plan
Cape Atlantic Integrated Network for Kids is an equal opportunity employer. All applicants will be considered for employment without attention to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, veteran or disability status.
It is the commitment of Cape Atlantic I.N.K., as part of its organizational Corporate Compliance program, to formulate and execute a Medicaid Compliance plan designed to prevent, detect and correct unlawful, and unethical conduct as it relates to Medicaid Billing. All employees, interns, volunteers, and external Medicaid providers share in the responsibiity to defend against instances of fraud, waste, and abuse in the delivery of care paid for by Medicaid.
Cape Atlantic INK’s Care Managers partner intensively with families no logner than three months (90 days) to stabilize the identified behaviors. The Care Manager works with the family to create a Child Family Team which will assist the family in developing an Individual Service Plan for their child. The Team helps the family develop strategies that will support them in meeting their needs and family vision.
- Behavior Health Home
Cape Atlantic Integrated Network for Kids, Inc. (Cape Atlantic INK) will be offering a new component to its current design. The Behavior Health Home (BHH) model is scheduled to come to Atlantic and Cape May County families January 1, 2016.
- Care Manager
Responsibilities include facilitating Child Family Team meetings, developing and implementing Individual Service Plans, coordinating services and supports with families, behavioral health professionals, juvenile justice, DCPP and schools as well as conducting monthly face to face visits. Qualified individuals must have a Bachelors Degree or Master's degree in social work, psychology, or criminal justice with a minimum of one year experience working with youth and families .