Senior Medical Writer (Senior Manager) United States - Connecticut - Remote. United States - Remote. ROLE SUMMARY. The Senior Medical Writer is a member of the Clinical Communications team within the Medical Writing department.
Excellent English professional writing skills. Opthalmologic certification or equivalent experience. COT and COMT - COAs will be considered. Ability to participate in live videochat and screensharing sessions. Ability to type at least 60 words per minute.
This is a field position that will cover the state of Connecticut. DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Solicit, review, reject, or approve applications for new commercial lines risks, capitalizing on short lead time opportunities.
That includes setting learning objectives, designing and writing lessons to achieve those learning objectives, designing formative and summative assessments to measure student mastery, managing contract subject matter experts where you lack domain expertise, and monitoring and addressing feedback
Bachelors Degree (or higher) Medicare Experience. Soft Skills: Excellent technical and professional writing and editing skills. Strong verbal and written communication skills and presentation skills. Careers with UnitedHealthcare. Let's talk about opportunity.
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Experience with technical writing or development of training materials a plus. Knowledge of HEDIS technical specifications and abstraction processes and procedures as pertinent to the specific area of focus. Knowledge of related regulations including NCQA, HIPAA, CMS.
Experience in writing SQL queries and manipulating large amounts of data. Experience creating business requirements based on request - asking for probing questions and providing recommendations for stakeholders.