Care Coordination Implementation Specialist
UVMMC - OneCare
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Location Address: 356 Mountain View Drive, Colchester Vermont
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Building Name: UVMMC - OneCare
OCV Medical Mgmt
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8:00 am - 4:30 pm
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The Care Coordination Implementation Specialist is responsible for working with senior leadership in developing and executing on care coordination implementation strategies required of the Accountable Care Organization (ACO) under it payer contracts. This position will develop and implement care coordination procedures and practices to support process improvement and clinical rollout of care coordination software platforms. S/he will work closely with the local health service areas to ensure success of the care coordination priorities adopted by the Clinical Advisory Board. This position is responsible for developing cross organizational systems in communities that will support utilization of innovative care coordination systems and tools. The position is responsible for working closely with the ACO training team to ensure that quality training is being delivered and that barriers to use of tools and resources are addressed. S/he will maintain a care coordination software user group consisting of representatives of the health service areas to seek feedback, communicate changes, assess progress, and collect ideas for future enhancements. S/he will manage the expansion of the software to OCV-supported communities statewide and ensure alignment with existing and future care coordination systems and supports within each community. S/he will inform ACO care coordination strategies through daily to weekly interaction with care team members and regular interaction with the Department of Vermont Health Access. S/he will use detailed knowledge of the care coordination software and community needs to inform and advise on selection of software enhancements and deployment strategies. Expectations include training care coordination providers in care coordination standards.
Bachelor's degree in a healthcare-related field (e.g. nursing, social work, health care administration, public health) required. Licensed health care professionals are encouraged to apply. Certification in Case Management (CCM) preferred.
Five (5) to seven (7) years of varied clinical experience including experience conducting care management, care coordination, and/or administration of such programs. Experience successfully negotiating processes and systems to improve healthcare delivery at the local level.