UnitedHealth Group Quality Practice Performance Manager - Rhode Island in Warwick, Rhode Island
This role is responsible for provider performance management which is tracked by designated provider metrics, inclusive minimally of 4 STAR gap closure and coding accuracy. The person in this role is expected to work directly with care providers to build relationships, ensure effective education and reporting, and to proactively identify performance improvement opportunities through analysis and discussion with subject matter experts.
If you are located in Rhode Island, you will have the flexibility to telecommute* as you take on some tough challenges.
Primary Responsibilities: The Practice Performance Manager is responsible for program implementation and provider performance management which is tracked by designated provider metrics, inclusive minimally of 4 STAR gap closure and coding accuracy The person in this role is expected to work directly with care providers to build relationships, ensure effective education and reporting, proactively identify performance improvement opportunities through analysis and discussion with subject matter experts; and influence provider behavior to achieve needed results Functioning independently, travel across assigned territory to meet with providers to discuss UHG tools and programs focused on improving the quality of care for Medicare Advantage Members Execute applicable provider incentive programs for health plan Establish positive, long-term, consultative relationships with physicians, medical groups, IPAs and ACOs Develop comprehensive, provider-specific plans to increase their HEDIS performance and improve their outcomes Provide ongoing strategic recommendations, training and coaching to provider groups on program implementation and barrier resolution Act as lead to pull necessary internal resources together in order to provide appropriate, effective provider education, coaching and consultation.
Training will include Stars measures (HEDIS/CAHPS/HOS/med adherence), and Optum program administration, use of plan tools, reports and systems Coordinate and lead Stars-specific JOC meetings with provider groups with regular frequency to drive continual process improvement and achieve goals Provide reporting to health plan leadership on progress of overall performance, HQPAFs, gap closure, and use of virtual administrative resource Facilitate/lead monthly or quarterly meetings, as required by plan leader, including report and material preparation Provide suggestions and feedback to Optum and health plan Work collaboratively with health plan market leads to make providers aware of Plan-sponsored initiatives designed to assist and empower members in closing gaps Required Qualifications: Bachelor’s Degree required or equivalent work experience 3+ years of healthcare industry experience 3+ years of experience managing relationships with physicians/ hospitals/ health systems Strong communication and presentation skills Proven relationship building skills with clinical and non-clinical personnel Microsoft Office specialist with exceptional analytical and data representation expertise; Advanced Excel, Outlook, and PowerPoint skills Preferred Qualifications: Medical/clinical background highly preferred STARs experience Strong knowledge of electronic medical record systems Consulting experience highly preferred Strong knowledge of the Medicare market Knowledge base of clinical standards of care, preventive health, and Stars measures Experience in managed care working with network and provider relations/contracting Strong problem-solving skills Strong financial analytical background within Medicare Advantage plans (Risk Adjustment/STARS Calculation models) Careers with Optum.
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