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Nurse Practitioner Coordinator

Nurse Practitioner Coordinator

 

 

About Advantmed:


Founded in 2005 and based in Santa Ana, California, Advantmed, LLC (dba RecordFlow until 2015) is a healthcare information management company that helps health plans, managed care organizations, and life insurance companies optimize revenue and improve quality outcomes.

Advantmed partners with managed care organizations to deliver the optimal combination of capabilities unique to each organization needed to achieve the objectives, including risk analytics, NCQA-certified HEDIS ® Measures software, medical record retrieval, medical record abstraction, risk adjustment coding, and provider education.

 

Job Summary:

As the Nurse Practitioner Coodinator, you will assist the Operations Manager with a long range planning for the fiscal viability of assigned locations. You will work with our Field Nurse Practitioners in ensuring that they are able to complete all of their in-home patient visits and complete any pending submissions of clinical documentation to Advantmed.

 

Roles and Responsibilities:

 - Responds to internal and external inquiries regarding operations; investigates and resolves problems, complaints or discrepancies (in-person, through email and phone)
 - Organizes workload to ensure deadlines are met; schedules work assignments in order of priority and date received
 - Active Participation in all activity internal & external both
 - Performs miscellaneous job-related duties as assigned
 - Identify and escalate priority issues
 - Ensure performance of team members as per program standards
 - Collaborate with entire management team to reach organizational and departmental goals
 - Compile and offer routine reports on program operations to program management
 - Determine opportunities to streamline current processes

Skills:

  •   Good oral, written, and interpersonal communication skills (English)
      Ability to work well in a team environment
      Should possess Analytical Skills
      Dependability and flexibility
      Good with time management (prioritizing Task)
      Good with Multi-tasking.
      Should be ready to work as per business requirement
      Flexibility to get cross trained on different process / LOB(s)
      Good Excel Knowledge – Proficient in WORD, EXCEL and POWERPOINT
      Job Stability/Responsible/Dedicated and Ability To learn
      Quick Learner
      Problem solving and resolution skills
      Strategic thinking
      Good time Management

Requirements:

  • Previous supervisory or management experience in a clinical setting
  • Some experience with logistics or travel coordinator
  • Nursing experience is a plus!
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Compensation: Commensurate with experience. In addition, Advantmed offers health, dental, vision, and 401k retirement incentives competitive with industry standards.

 

 

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