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New Programs Integration Analyst - Community Health Plan of Washington

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Location: Seattle , WA
Full-time position
Closing Date: open until filled
Job #11199
Posted: March 3, 2017
Description:

POSITION PURPOSE:

Responsible for designing, implementing, and managing new programs, which includes research, analysis, budget oversight and tracking, performance monitoring, and planning with a particular focus on behavioral health integration, health care transformation, and other programs.

PRINCIPAL DUTIES:

Essential Functions:

New Program Development

  • Monitor new program opportunities.
  • Research program designs and best practices.
  • Analyze requirements and interpret implications for Community Health Plan of Washington systems/structure.
  • Develop business requirements.
  • Create and manage implementation plan, timeline, scope, deliverables, milestones.
  • Create and manage transition plan into sustainable department ownership.
  • Develop new program policies and procedures, and solicit opportunities to offer technical assistance/consultation; draft SLAs; initiate cross department coordination; monitor budget.

· Conduct and participate in planning processes with local government and community partners to develop projects and programs that reflect community needs.

  • Draft, negotiate and execute agreements that determine scope of work and performance commitments with community partners and funders.
  • Develop and negotiate reporting requirements and performance commitments that support quality assurance activities and implementation of health care strategies
  • Manage performance-based contracting with community partners.
  • Independently manage contract review, development, and maintenance
  • Review and provide feedback for payor contracts (HCA, CMS, grants, etc.)
  • Anticipate changes and transitions related to program implementation.

New Program Management    

  • Manage program operations including driving process improvement and driving performance monitoring
  • Oversee program implementation and drive to completion.
  • Lead process improvement initiatives.
  • Facilitate workgroup meetings, coordinating across all departments at CHPW.
  • Develop policies and procedures.
  • Point of contact and subject matter expert for programs to field questions from across company and local partners.
  • Collaborate with clinical staff to provide technical assistance to community health care and mental health providers in the development of quality improvement efforts and the implementation of health care services.

Performance Monitoring

  • Monitor contractor capacity to perform quality services and hold contractor accountable to performance outcomes.
  • Monitor internal procedures for quality performance.
  • Identify and implement process improvement activities to drive program success.

Evaluation

  • Initiate program evaluation and propose program enhancements.
  • Identify measures of success and analyze program performance.
  • Evaluate pilot initiatives and process improvement measures for wider adoption.
  • Approximate and monitor return on investment for program initiatives.
  • Perform ad hoc analyses as requested by leadership.

Budgeting, Reporting & Financial Analysis

Budget

  • Forecast program revenue and expenditures, developing and monitoring budgets, and approving program/project expenditures.

Reporting

  • Developing program and budget reports.
  • Produce internal/external reports fulfilling program requirements, annually, quarterly, monthly, including status, performance, success narratives and other ad hoc measure reporting.

Financial Analysis

  • Provide technical analysis of new programs.
  • Analyze and summarize programs’ demographic and service data.
  • Monitor program fiscal and performance indicator data collection and reporting to produce scheduled program and budget reports to manager.
  • Present anlayses, financial models, program ideas, and assessmsents to steering committees and leadership teams regularly.
  • Develop financial models.

Communications

  • Develop communication content for internal/external audiences.
  • Collaborate with Marketing Dept. to brand and execute new program materials.
  • Promote internal communications best practices and industry standards.
  • Effectively communicate program requirements to diverse stakeholders.

Content Management

  • Organize and update program content and resources.
  • Create, maintain, and educate team on a uniform content management structure.
  • Develop and maintain SharePoint sites for team projects.

Relationship Management

  • Manage partnership with community-based organizations.
  • Establish excellent working relationships with other department managers, directors, senior leadership, and other internal stakeholders.
  • Liaise between Community Health Plan of WA and government partners (State, Federal, County) for programs/projects.
  • Direct colleagues and/or contractors in the delivery of new programs.
  • Collaborate with partner agencies/ contractors/ organizations to draft, negotiate, and execute contracts.
  • Partner with the Legal Team and with various department SMEs to finalize contracts.

Travel

This position involves traveling on behalf of the Company. It is essential that a current driver’s license, an acceptable driving record, and proof of automobile insurance are maintained.

Other Functions

  • Other duties as assigned.

 

Skills/Eligibility:


QUALIFICATIONS:

Education:

  • Bachelor’s degree in health administration, public health, public policy, or related field or an equivalent combination of education and highly relevant experience required.
  • Master’s degree in health administration, public health, public policy, or related field or an equivalent combination of education and highly relevant experience preferred.

Prior Related Experience:

  • Minimum four years professional experience in a health care, public health, or managed care setting working on population based management.
  • Minimum four years performing in a lead role in new program development/project management.
  • Experience providing consultation, education, and technical assistance to providers required.
  • Experience in program development, product development, and evaluation strongly preferred.
  • Leadership experience strongly preferred.
  • Minimum two years of experience with Medicaid and/or Medicare strongly preferred.
  • Minimum one year experience and familiarity with process improvement methods preferred

Employment Eligibility:

  • Candidate has not been sanctioned or excluded from participation in federal or state healthcare programs by a federal or state law enforcement, regulatory, or licensing agency.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

  • Demonstartated ability to manage projects 
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