• Accreditation Consultant 1

    Job Locations US-VA-Glen Allen
    Job ID
    2018-5342
  • About Us

    Don’t just find a job, find your WHY at a purpose-driven organization; discover a career at Virginia Premier.
    By blending quality benefits, affiliating with the world-renowned VCU Health System and offering career-advancing development programs, we allow our employees to focus on the meaningful work of improving and saving the lives of more than 200,000 people throughout the state of Virginia.
     
    At Virginia Premier, we are building an industry leading health care organization through dedicated teams that have heart, provide top-notch quality member services and embrace our mission of inspiring healthy living within the communities we serve. Our vision is to connect people to innovation, quality and affordable health care for all phases of life.
     
    If this sounds like you, read on!

    Overview

    The Quality Accreditation Consultant 1 core function includes assisting with ongoing organization-wide regulatory and accreditation readiness.  Core functions also include full responsibility for all quality related activities to include, but not limited to, accreditation and regulatory efforts associated with or required by the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA), Healthcare Effectiveness Data and Information Set (HEDIS), a registered trademark of NCQA, the Department of Medical Assistance Services (DMAS), the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) and other required entities associated with or required by the State and/or Federal Government. The Quality Accreditation Consultant 1 shall be responsible for performing file audits, maintaining interdepartmental communication and education related to expected quality standards and serving as a liaison for regulatory and accreditation quality standard requirements. This position will support the Patient Centered Medical Home (PCHM) Operations. Travel is mandatory.

    Responsibilities

    • Lead accreditation and/or regulatory work teams for departments throughout the organization to ensure ongoing compliance. 
    • Support processes to ensure timely and accurate regulatory reporting.
      Ensure ongoing compliance to accreditation and/or regulatory standards through auditing, assessment, data collection, tracking, monitoring, analysis and feedback/recommendations on improvements.
    • Implement activities, interventions, and/or deliverables as defined in the work plans, project plans or other format for departments throughout the organization.
    • Assist with or conduct departmental and file audits, as required, and prepare professional, timely audit reports to include outcomes with meaningful recommendations for improvement.
    • Ensures P&P’s are current, evidenced based and meet current standards.
    • Conduct internal (e.g., departmental and organizational) and external educational orientations related to quality standards and compliance.
    • Utilize effective communication with internal customers/departments and external customers to accomplish accreditation and/or regulatory goals.
    • Assures policies/procedures compliance to regulatory and accreditation requirements.
    • Continuously identify streamlining opportunities related to the regulatory and accreditation auditing processes to customer and organization-wide customer satisfaction.
    • Support programs related to regulatory surveys, such as CAHPS, HCBS, and Member Satisfaction Surveys.
    • Assists with training, in-services and quality audits as a result of plan, regulatory or accreditation requirements.
    • Assists with any/other project management duties, as needed.
    • Maintains current knowledge of Virginia Premier policies and procedures.
    • Participates in continuing education activities, as appropriate.

    Qualifications

    MINIMUM EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS

    • Bachelor’s Degree in Business, Public or Health Care Administration accepted.
    • Registered Nurse with valid licensure and/or relevant accreditation experience (Preferred).

    SPECIAL KNOWLEDGE AND/OR SKILLS

    • One to two years of NCQA experience at a managed care level (highly preferred)
    • Proficient in the use of Microsoft Office Suite, Database management, or Project Management
    • Excellent verbal and written communication skills, plus strong organizational skills
    • Ability to plan, prioritize and multitask, while maintaining attention to detail
    • Strong problem solving skills in a fast paced environment
    • Effective group facilitation abilities
    • Ability to interact with varying levels of staff
    • Ability to interact with providers and enrollees
    • Ability to adapt to changing priorities
    • Demonstrate positive interpersonal skills
    • Must be able to travel

    WORK BACKGROUND/EXPERIENCE

    • Prior accreditation and/or regulatory experience, especially related to ensuring compliance with state and federal regulations.
    • Proven experience with interpreting standards and compliance (preferred).
    • Project management skills/experience (preferred).
    • Six Sigma training preferred.

    All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or protected veteran status. EOE

     

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