- Writes and conducts performance evaluations and progress reports. - Handles associate relations issues. Delivers results in line with the following key metrics/accountabilities: - Overall Sales Quota. - Services Line (P&L) Mix objectives. - E/R Targets. - Associate retention.
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.
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.
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.
Required Skills: Travel required: Minimal. Working knowledge of SQL and able to write complex queries. 2 + years' experience in a leadership role. 2 + years' experience in the financial industry field. Strong organizational skills. Strong communication skills (both written and oral)
Empower Your Future. Make a Difference. Researches, interprets and writes healthcare correct coding edits using regulatory requirements and guidance related to CMS, CPT/AMA and major payer policies. Possesses an overall understanding of all coding principles, including facility, provider and DME.
Articulating clear coverage determinations, both in writing and verbally. Required Skills: Travel 20 % of the time. Strong planning and organization skills. Strong analytical and critical thinking ability. Strong verbal and written communication skills.