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Managed Care Specialist (RN or LPN)

Company: Brickyard Healthcare
Location: Indianapolis
Posted on: May 11, 2024

Job Description:

We rely on and trust our Managed Care Specialist (RN or LPN) to provide centralized or field based case management for managed care and commercial insurance payers and residents. The right candidate for this role is a dedicated and compassionate team-player.Why Work For Us?Excellent pay with multiple incentives:Excellent health benefits packagesCareer advancement opportunitiesEducation reimbursement program of up to $7,500 per yearFlexible scheduling availableBenefits & Conditions:No waiting period for enrollmentThree health plan optionsDelta DentalVSP VisionFree Basic Life InsuranceDisability, Critical Illness, Accident & Legal Coverage401(k) Retirement PlanEmployee Assistance ProgramResponsibilities:Communicates, negotiates, and acts as liaison between Living Center/ Agency and the insurance plan to ensure proper level of payment is assigned for services providedCommunicates care plan to insurance case managers with emphasis on strong discharge planningCommunicates insurance benefits to all levels of associates and familiesUnderstands provisions of contracts and associated exclusionsProvides cost analysis and negotiation of services and/or ratesConsults on appeals, retro authorizations and collections issuesQualifications: Licensed as a Registered Nurse (RN) or Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) Minimum two (2) years clinical experience preferred Minimum two (2) to three (3) years case management experience preferred Must be capable of maintaining regular attendanceby Jobble

Keywords: Brickyard Healthcare, Indianapolis , Managed Care Specialist (RN or LPN), Healthcare , Indianapolis, Indiana

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