Key responsibilities

Medical DIrector

Administrative personnel are integral to the efficient operation of behavioral healthcare organizations. They manage a variety of administrative tasks, including scheduling appointments, maintaining records, and handling billing and insurance claims. These professionals also act as the frontline point of contact for patients and external stakeholders, facilitating communication among staff members and ensuring administrative processes are executed smoothly.

Key Responsibilities

Regulatory Training Requirements

To ensure administrative personnel are well-prepared for their roles, specific training is required. This training aligns with The Joint Commission (TJC), the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF), and state-specific requirements. The following are the core training programs offered:

TJC - The Joint Commission

CARF - Commission on Accreditation of rehabilitation facilities

State

Compliance and Accreditation

Administrative personnel must be trained to comply with standards set by:

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We offer comprehensive training programs tailored to meet these requirements, ensuring administrative personnel are equipped with the necessary knowledge and skills to excel in their roles.

Enroll in our training programs today to ensure compliance and enhance your career in healthcare administration.

Human Resources

Hatch Compliance provides all the necessary tools for your Human Resources requirements.

Role based learning management system that meets all accrediting body standards. All training and quizzes are automatically assigned to the user, depending on their role in the organization

Includes pre- made competency assessments to meet all accrediting body standards.

Includes all pre- made forms to meet all accrediting body standards.