The Contract Manager is responsible for the financial, regulatory, and legal terms negotiated with the provider network. The Contract Manager must be able to effectively communicate the negotiated contract terms to downstream for accurate and timely implementation.
The Senior Contract Manager will serve as the primary point of contact to manage contract negotiations with integrated health delivery systems, hospitals, local care units, physician practices, federally qualified health centers/community health centers, select ancillary providers and other providers as required.
The Senior Contract Manager is responsible for the financial, regulatory, and legal terms negotiated with the provider network. The Senior Contract manager must be well versed in publicly reported financial data, such as provider relative price and total medical expense, for use in negotiations.
The Contract Manager will support all Lines of Business including Commercial, Senior Products and Public Plans by serving as the primary point of contact to manage contract negotiations with hospitals, physicians, community health centers and select ancillary providers and other providers as required.
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The Contract Manager must maintain industry-specific knowledge and relationships with key providers and industry groups. Key activities include determination of network needs, evaluation of prospective providers, development of reimbursement strategies, and contract negotiation and administration.Apply NowUpdated 16 days ago
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