Healthfirst Program Manager for Quality Initiatives and Special Projects in New York, New York
The Program Manager for Quality Initiatives and Special Projects is an integral role that serves as a point of contact within DSE for Quality Initiatives and Special projects assigned to DSE for coordination and /or implementation. The Program Manager will oversee quality initiatives within the provider network that contribute to ensuring that Healthfirst continues to maintain excellence in quality [ i.e. Access and Availability, CAHPS – Access to Care] (2) ensures that regulatory and compliance deliverables are strategically managed and meet necessary deadlines (i.e. IPRO/Directory audits). In this role, the Program Manager will coordinate and draft responses and make recommendations on how to ensure the department can avoid future external risks. Additionally, The Lead will also oversee/manage special projects within the department as assigned [i.e. hospital terminations, implementation of benefit carve ins].
Serves as a Point of Contact on assigned quality initiatives and special projects
Helps to manage overall strategy to address Quality Initiatives and Special Projects
Makes recommendations on strategy and process improvement to drive successful outcomes for quality, initiatives as well as special projects assigned.
Monitors various Correct Action Plans within the department to ensure action items are successfully met
Coordinates and tracks off boarding efforts in hospital terminations and closures
Tracks all projects/initiatives and creates reporting mechanisms that can be shared with management
Creates presentations and presents on initiatives as needed
Works with internal business partners as needed to ensure successful rollout /completion of assigned initiatives/projects/deliverables (Regulatory, Product, Marketing, Compliance, Clinical Partnership, Population Health, Clinical Quality, etc)
Takes the lead and coordinating draft provider communications to ensure proper role out of initiatives to provider community; Works with marketing to facilitate, create and roll out talking points/FAQs as needed
Serves as an SME within DSE for initiatives assigned within DSE core areas (Hospital, Community, Ancillary, Behavioral Health, Vendor Management) that require additional support
Attend meetings/committees as needed
Develops and trains staff as needed on key initiatives
Additional duties as assigned.
Experience managing a team responsible for high-level servicing and educating providers and/or their staff on managed care contracts, procedures, reimbursements, credentialing, etc.
Valid driver's license and insured automobile
Personal qualities: Customer service minded, mission-driven, proactive, critical thinking mindset
An entrepreneurial spirit that looks to the best interests of the plan and its providers by bridging and creating common interests to develop meaningful provider partnerships and experiences for our members
Managers must have qualities that will encourage and foster a high-performance team such as good listening and communication skills
Ability to demonstrate leadership traits that reflect empowerment of staff decision making with demonstrated team oversight
Contract negotiation experience Policy and Job Aid writing
Adept at working in an environment with fast-past changing priorities while achieving departmental goals and objectives
Ability to represent the company at provider functions
Ability to work occasional overtime required.
Excellent written communication and the ability to document grammatically correct notes/correspondence
Professional Writing skills (Letter writing, Memo and Email)
Understanding of and sensitivity to cultural differences and needs of the community are essential
Experience managing provider information in a shared network environment using paperless database modules and archival systems
Ability to communicate on an individual basis as well as in a group setting
Ability to motivate others
- Bachelor's degree or higher from an accredited institution
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