Care Coordination Program Administrator - OneCare

UVMMC - OneCare
Location and Address
Location Address: 356 Mountain View Drive, Colchester Vermont
Building Name
Building Name: UVMMC - OneCare
ACS OneCare VT Contribution
Schedule Full Time / Regular
Standard Hours
Day (United States of America)
Primary Shift
8:00 am - 4:30 pm
Weekend Needs
Salary Range
Min/Hour $36.19 Mid/Hour $45.23 Max/Hour $54.27
Chelsea Therrien
Job Requisition ID

Job Description

The Care Coordination Program Administrator is responsible for providing clinical leadership and the daily operations associated with the OneCare Vermont’s care coordination program. This person will be responsible for setting the direction for care coordination training and workforce development across the network and will provide oversight for all care coordination activities within the OneCare Vermont participant network and their participating community-based teams. The Care Coordination Program Administrator in collaboration with leadership team will create and monitor the plan for deployment of care coordination services in the OneCare Vermont network.

The Care Coordination Program Administrator will monitor community-based interventions; assess effectiveness, and ensure fidelity to the Care Coordination Model across the network. They will support the Care Coordination team in collaboration with payers, to advance the use of common care coordination tools (e.g. shared care plans), workflows (e.g. care conferences), and resources.


Currently Vermont licensed and practicing Nursing or Social Work professional preferred.  Bachelors or Master’s degree in applicable discipline also considered. Care management accreditation strongly preferred by a nationally recognized accrediting body, position will require certification within 1 year of hiring into the position.


 Minimum of four (4) years’ experience in case management or medical social work.. Evidence of process improvement, leadership skills, emotional intelligence, creativity, integrity, and initiative

Knowledge: Healthcare experience necessary to understand care coordination services, treatment options, utilization management, and payer guidelines for services. Knowledgeable about care coordination standards of practice, insurance structures, and clinical practice guidelines related to care coordination services required. Must be able to work with the local health care delivery team to support local change initiatives. Proficiency with Office suite including Outlook, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint required. Knowledge of clinical coordination software systems and the ability to analyze data and recommend appropriate strategies required. Knowledge of quality improvement methodologies and strategies. Ability to teach others using a variety of modalities to meet the needs of the learner.