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Prov Contract/CofC Analyst Senior or Consultant-PS29008

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Job Details
Job Order Number
JC149715444
Company Name
Anthem, Inc
Physical Address

Deerfield, IL 60015
Job Description

Prov Contract/CofC Analyst Senior or Consultant-PS29008

Location: United States

Requisition #: PS29008

Post Date: Oct 17, 2019

Your Talent. Our Vision. At Anthem, Inc., it’s a powerful combination, and the foundation upon which we’re creating greater access to care for our members, greater value for our customers, and greater health for our communities. Join us and together we will drive the future of health care.

This is an exceptional opportunity to do innovative work that means more to you and those we serve at one of America’s leading health benefits companies and a Fortune Top 50 Company.

Office Locations:

Richmond, VA preferred, but will consider any Anthem location.

PROVIDER CONTRACT/COST OF CARE ANALYST SR:

Provides analytical support to the Ancillary Provider Contracting organizations. Focuses efforts on lowering claims costs, improving the quality of care, and increasing member and provider network satisfaction. Typically works with one provider type, e.g. physician, ancillary, or medical group. Provides advice and analytic support to Medical Directors, contract negotiators and management on cost of care issues to help reduce costs without compromising quality of care.

Primary duties may include, but are not limited to:

1. Performs varied data analyses which may include: developing moderately complex ROI models and performs healthcare cost analysis to identify strategies to control costs; projecting cost increases in medical services by using analytic techniques for PMPM trending via multiple variable analysis; preparing pre-negotiation analyses to support development of defensible pricing strategies; performing modeling to compare various contract scenarios based on member utilization patterns and ‘what if’ logic; measuring and evaluating the cost impact of various negotiation proposals; researching the financial profitability/stability and competitive environment of providers to determine impact of proposed rates; and projecting different cost of savings targets based upon various analytics.

2. Identifies cost of care savings opportunities by analyzing practice patterns in relation to office visits, referral practices, and specialty care procedures and recommends policy changes and claim’s system changes to pursue cost savings.

3. Reviews results post-implementation to ensure projected cost savings are realized and recommends modifications as applicable.

4. Recommends standardized practices to optimize cost of care.

5. Educates provider contractors on contracting analytics from a financial impact perspective.

6. May recommend alternative contract language and may go on-site to provider premises during contract negotiations.

7. Participates on project team involved with enterprise wide initiatives.

PROVIDER CONTRACT/COST OF CARE CONSULTANT:

Provides analytical support to the Ancillary Provider Contracting organizations. Focuses efforts on lowering claims costs, improving the quality of care, and increasing member and provider network satisfaction. Provides expert advice, analytic and consultative support to Medical Directors and management on cost of care issues. Works on large scale initiatives with high dollar cost savings opportunities. Partners with provider contractors to develop contracting strategy and supports all aspects of the contract negotiation process. Can work with multiple provider types, e.g. physician, ancillary, medical groups, or hospitals. Supports a full range of contract arrangements and pricing mechanisms. Works on complex enterprise-wide initiatives and acts as project lead.

Primary duties may include, but are not limited to:

1. Uses analytic tools to track both health risks and compliance, as well as supporting the contract negotiation process. Types of analyses include performing sophisticated retrospective data analytics; building new and modifying existing complex models to create predictive impact decision making tools; performing healthcare cost analysis to identify strategies to control costs; projecting cost increases in medical services by using analytic techniques for PMPM trending via multiple variable analysis; preparing pre-negotiation analysis to support development of defensible pricing strategies; performing modeling to compare various contract scenarios based on member utilization patterns and ‘what if’ logic; measuring and evaluating the cost impact of various negotiation; researching the financial profitability/stability and competitive environment of providers to determine impact of proposed rates; and projects different cost of savings targets based upon various analytics.

2. Identifies cost of care savings opportunities by analyzing practice patterns in relation to office visits, referral practices, and specialty care procedures.

3. Recommends policy changes and claim’s system changes to pursue cost savings.

4. Reviews results post-implementation to ensure projected cost savings are realized and recommends modifications as applicable.

5. Recommends standardized practices to optimize cost of care.

6. Educates provider contractors on contracting analytics from a financial impact perspective.

7. May recommend alternative contract language and may go on-site to provider premises during contract negotiations.

8. Participates on project team involved with enterprise wide initiatives.

9. Acts as a source of direction, training and guidance for less experienced staff.

PROVIDER CONTRACT/COST OF CARE ANALYST SR

+ Requires BS/BA degree in Mathematics, Statistics, or related field.

+ 3-5 years experience in broad-based analytical, managed care payor or provider environment; experience in statistical analysis and healthcare modeling.

+ Any combination of education and experience, which would provide an equivalent background.

PROVIDER CONTRACT/COST OF CARE CONSULTANT

+ Requires BS/BA degree in Mathematics, Statistics, or related field.

+ Minimum of 5 years experience in broad-based analytical, managed care payor or provider environment; considerable experience in statistical analysis and healthcare modeling.

+ Any combination of education and experience, which would provide an equivalent background.

QUALIFICATIONS FOR ALL LEVELS

+ Master’s degree preferred.

+ Access and Excel experience required.

+ Health care experience preferred.

+ SQL or SAS preferred.

+ Understanding of Provider; contracting experience or reimbursement experience preferred.

Anthem, Inc. is ranked as one of America’s Most Admired Companies among health insurers by Fortune magazine and is a 2017 DiversityInc magazine Top 50 Company for Diversity. To learn more about our company and apply, please visit us at antheminc.com/careers. An Equal Opportunity Employer/Disability/Veteran


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