Here’s an opportunity to fully utilize your organizational skills, focus and energy in a role that can elevate your career and your sense of impact. Our support roles are found in a variety of clinical environments such as on a clinical support team, a call center team, or even at a health care clinic. There are a lot of moving parts and some great opportunities to make a difference. You will directly assist members, providers, and clinicians with a number of duties such as data entry, education, and coordinating services and solutions. Change is a constant here, creating excitement and learning opportunities every day. You’ll work with advanced technologies and the kind of tools and resources you would expect to find in a Fortune 7 environment. Sure, you’ll have your share of documentation and office routine, but you’ll also find a culture of innovation and growth that helps you take on new challenges and responsibilities.
It’s a learning opportunity, a chance to help improve life for millions of people and a role that can lead to your life’s best work.SM
What you Need To Know
There are a lot of opportunities for growth and development in Clinical Support. But there are certain challenges and rewards that mean you need to be a certain type of individual to succeed.
• You’ll be working in an office-based environment.
• Customer service and health care experience will enable you to really thrive in this role.
• Working with complex codes and medical language can be challenging.
• The majority of time in this role is spent entering data for providers to use while they are on the phone with our members or their providers. You’ll be helping to make health care work better every day.
What We Are Looking For
Trust us. This is not a job for everyone. It takes a special kind of person who is creative, self-motivated and flexible, to thrive in our environment.
• Because of the extensive use of medical coding, an understanding of the latest codes is needed to ensure success. Actual Certification is not required but familiarity with ICD-9 and ICD-10 codes will help you perform at your best in this role.
• Due to the growing complexity of health care we look for candidates with at least 2 years of experience in customer service and medical knowledge or prior experience working in a hospital or clinic setting.
• You should have a high level of proficiency with computer software.
As a Clinical Administrative Coordinator, you'll facilitate our work, supporting our clinical care givers with live outreach, educating members about program benefits and helping us manage member cases and documentation. This is challenging, meaningful work. And it's changing the way health care works in fundamental ways.
Welcome to health care change. Everywhere you look, we're making a difference. We're out to help make health care work better for everyone. Just about anywhere compassion can make a difference, that's where you'll find our Medical Assistants performing a variety of patient care activities.