Senior Government Health Plan/Managed Care Financial Consultant
Mercer's Government Human Services Consulting (GHSC) practice focuses on the unique and challenging needs of the public health care sector, providing a wide array of consulting services to local, state, and federal government agencies across the country. GHSC specializes in helping governments shape tomorrow's health programs. GHSC has been partnering with states and other stakeholder organizations for over 30 years to support health care programs for the low-income and most vulnerable populations in this country.
To accomplish these challenging and exciting tasks, GHSC brings together a team of highly-skilled and dedicated consultants, clinicians, actuaries, analysts, accountants and pharmacists across four offices in Phoenix, Minneapolis, Atlanta and Washington DC to ensure a coordinated approach to the administrative, clinical, operational, actuarial, and financial components of public-sponsored health care programs.
To learn more about Mercer's GHSC practice, please visit www.mercer-government.mercer.com.
The Senior Government Health Plan/Managed Care Financial Consultant will lead consulting work involving the review and analysis of Medicaid health plan reported performance. This role will also use expertise to provide the technical review of data, manage tasks and deadlines and is a resource for the client.
To fulfill this role, the Senior Government Health Plan/Managed Care Financial Consultant can expect to:
- Analyze and financial and other interpret reports submitted by Medicaid health plans
- Design procedures to validate operational performance metrics and accuracy of financial data and oversee the performance of those procedures
- Prepare analyses related to the financial and operational performance of Medicaid health plans
- Project manage multiple tasks on different projects simultaneously to include the following: design project work flow and assign project tasks to staff; manage the quality and timeliness of project deliverables
- Draft project communications and present results and analysts to clients and key stakeholders. During presentations, answer detailed and challenging questions
- Direct the work of employees in a team and/or coach/mentor others
Qualified candidates for a Government Health Care Financial Consultant position will have:
- BA/BS degree
- Minimum seven years of health plan/ managed care industry experience required
- Thorough understanding of general health care concepts, government health and welfare field preferred
- Strong critical thinking and analytical problem-solving skills
- Excellent interpersonal skills; strong oral and written communication skills
- Ability to prioritize and handle multiple tasks in a demanding work environment
- Ability to lead teams to deliver project objectives
- Ability to work independently and on a team
- Audit experience and/or health plan accounting experience preferred
Our client focus, integrity, expertise, and innovation are why clients choose Mercer. Employees choose Mercer for career growth, as well as the opportunity to assist clients in providing efficient and innovative ways to deliver vital health care services. Projects include helping clients navigate the Affordable Care Act, program design for innovative models of health care, analyzing health care costs and trends, and assessing quality incentives and strategies to improve overall managed care program effectiveness. Mercer's stimulating and learning-filled environment helps build strong relationships with colleagues and our clients.
Mercer is an equal opportunity employer. M/F/D/V.
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Mercer GHSC is a specialty practice within Mercer's Health business. Mercer's Health business has the world's largest and most influential benefits brokerage and consulting capabilities. We strategize with clients of all sizes and industries to find benefits solutions that fit their needs. We provide the optimal combination of local-market knowledge and nationally driven best practices. Our innovations translate into superior benefits for clients and distinguish Mercer in the marketplace.
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