Clinical Auditor

Job ID: DM-1018593 Description:

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This position is responsible for the day to day management of medical issues involving Medical Group/Individual Physician Associations (IPAs), members, providers, and vendors; assisting medical groups in following the Mental Health and clinical guidelines; assisting members in accessing mental health care; assisting members and medical groups in resolution of complex/unusual quality of care or claim issues; functioning as a liaison between Employee Assistance Program (EAP) counselors and medical groups, behavioral health vendor and managed care product networks; and educating members, medical groups, and vendors regarding split Behavioral Health benefit (dual diagnosis). Also responsible for performing on-site assessments for behavioral health and clinical services providers for state and federal regulations, and quality purposes; providing one-on-one and group trainings for providers, marketing, staff; and as assigned as nurse liaison for several medical groups, responsible for Utilization Management (UM) duties, the UM Plan, denial files, annual UM assessments for assigned Medical Group/IPAs. This position is involved in oversight of behavioral health and clinical vendor agreements including review of adherence to contract agreements and may draft amendments to agreements.


Bachelor's degree is required.

5 years experience in behavioral health or clinical care management.

3 years managed care experience.

Ability to interpret and knowledge of NCQA standards and URAC requirements.

Knowledge of state and federal health insurance regulations.

Organizational skills.

Verbal and written communications skills to include delivering presentations to committees and acting as company representative to providers and vendors.

PC experience to include Microsoft Office suite of applications (Word, Excel)

Able and willing to travel, including overnight stays (approximately 10% overnight travel).


Bachelor's degree in Nursing, Health Care Administration, or health care field.

Presentation application experience (such as PowerPoint) and database experience.

Project management experience including leading projects.

Requirements: Expertise Behavioral Health, Claims & Customer Service, Audit Job Type Full-Time Regular Location IL - Chicago

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