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Contract Administrator, Roseburg, OR


Organization: Umpqua Health
Category: Administrator
Location: Roseburg, OR
Date Job Posted: October 18, 2022
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Contract Administrator

Full Time - Regular
Roseburg, OR, US
Requisition ID: 1641

Contract Administrator:

Umpqua Health is a Coordinated Care Organization (CCO) in Roseburg, Oregon that serves over 30,000 OHP members within Douglas County, offering benefits, programs and outreach for those in need. Currently we are seeking a Contract Administrator, to join our Compliance team.

  • Full-time HYBRID position in Roseburg, OR.
  • Generous benefit package including; PTO, Health, Vision and Dental Insurance, 401k with a company match, gym membership reimbursement and more.
  • $67,000-$94,000 Annual Salary DOE.

The Contract Administrator position provides analysis and oversight of contract administration to Umpqua Health and the Oregon Health Authority (OHA). This position assists with the Oregon Health Authority (OHA) contract deliverables which require knowledge of Oregon Health Authority reporting specifications and due dates. The position extracts, evaluates, and analyzes contractual data for use in compliance with reporting to the OHA and is the Point of Contact with all OHA deliverables. The Contract Administrator is responsible for providing technical guidance to leadership around contracting and procurement reporting, while guiding program staff on technical writing, informs staff on updated OHA regulations, templates to be used, timelines and communications, while ensuring company compliance with high-quality documentation for OHA deliverables.

Essential Job Responsibilities:

  • Manage the tracking, monitoring, and document control of technical documents.
  • Acts as the lead internal contact for informational requests and contract research.
  • Project Manager for large deliverables.
  • Identifying departments and function that support a deliverable.
  • Secures timely submission of all required reports.
  • Works with the departments on state requirements and inquiries.
  • Ensures accuracy, timeliness and completion of ad hoc regulatory inquiries/requests.
  • Manage tools to support deliverables including spreadsheets, SharePoint.
  • Participates in review of deliverables, contract, and regulatory requirements.
  • Responsible for coordinating, conducting and/or responding to research requests from regulatory agencies
  • Review CCO reporting submissions for quality, accuracy, and timeliness; and ensuring CCO meets contractual and regulatory requirements.
  • Assesses information received from government contracting agencies and regulators and disseminates it to impacted staff.
  • Consult with internal and external regulatory, information sources and resources, and technical documents, to obtain background information, and verify pertinent guidelines and regulations governing technical documentation deliverables are applied.
  • Serve as organization’s Contract Administrator
  • Assist in compliance audits working with management and staff.
  • Assist in promoting awareness of program or timeline changes
  • Keeps the Compliance Officer informed about any issues which may present compliance-related risk to the organization.
  • Works with departments and Compliance to redact reports, as necessary, to protect trade secrets, PHI, or other legal interests
  • Demonstrate problem solving, leadership, conflict management, and team building skills in order to ensure a productive work environment and achievement of goals.
  • Support the organization's quality objectives by demonstrating flexibility, being proactive, displaying positive team behavior, and willingness to accept responsibilities in a changing environment.
  • Perform under minimal supervision with accountability for specific goals/objectives.
  • Comply with organization’s internal policies and procedures, Code of Conduct, Compliance Plan, along with applicable Federal, State, and local regulations.

Qualifications:

  • Minimum of three (3) years’ experience in a managed care environment (including Medicare, Medicaid and other State governed plans).
  • Experience with MS Visio, SharePoint and O365 is mandatory
  • Requires a minimum of three years of compliance governance
  • Experience in the legal field as a paralegal, or lawyer in a plus.
  • Ability to think analytically, effectively applying project management and financial techniques, and providing recommendations to management using critical thinking and sound judgment
  • Ability to write with a health policy lens.
  • Ability to understand and interpret laws and regulatory requirements related to information protection to develop and implement appropriate processes to keep the Company in compliance.

For more information or to apply visit our website at www.umpquahealthcareers.com


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