PeaceHealth is seeking a Provider Compensation Contract Coordinator for a Full Time, 1.00 FTE, Day position.
This position can be performed fully remote. If telecommuting, PeaceHealth will provide the caregiver with necessary computer equipment. It is the responsibility of the caregiver to provide Internet access. Caregiver must reside in OR, WA, AK or TX.
Must be fully vaccinated for COVID-19 including 2 doses of a 2-dose series or 1 dose of a 1-dose series plus 14 days beyond the final dose prior to start date.
Serves as the primary liaison representing Physician Contracting and Provider Compensation to all PeaceHealth Medical Group networks. Primary responsibilities include working directly with the network administrators and PHMG leadership to coordinate all PeaceHealth employed provider contracts and contract revisions, ensuring all contract terms are consistent with the PeaceHealth system-wide compensation plan, consulting with Legal Department to ensure contracts are consistent with established legal and financial guidelines, working directly with Provider Recruitment during the recruiting process and after hire date to resolve any contract or compensation issues, provide regular and ad hoc reporting on provider contract and compensation related issues, and work closely with other PeaceHealth key stakeholders.
- Serves as the authorized point of contact and subject matter expert for negotiations of provider contracts, contract revisions and provider compensation contract-related questions. Establishes, reviews and negotiates contract language with outside parties. Educates coordinators, recruiters, and managers regarding contract language and practices.
- Develops and coordinate centralized provider employment contract administration, compliance, processes, and database management. Identifies and analyzes needs and develops processes and workflows to support provider compensation policies and practices.
- Identifies and develops improved processes and workflows in coordination with stakeholders. Designs, develops, tests and implements electronic workflow, auditing, tracking and approval processes. Develops and communicates detailed guidelines and/or changes to the provider compensation processes to appropriate individuals.
- Maintains and audits complex data across multiple systems (Lawson provider compensation application, C360, PDR, and MediTract) and departments within PeaceHealth, identifying errors. Serves as the primary coordinator to ensure corrections are made and communicated as needed.
- Coordinates the creation and/or revision of contracts for all PHMG providers related to the development of PeaceHealth’s provider compensation plan.
- Collaborates with Legal to create and maintains contract language and ensure legal and regulatory compliance across all PeaceHealth Medical Group networks.
- Acts as the primary resource for PHMG leadership to answer questions, provide research and resolve issues related to provider contracting and associated changes.
- Develops communication tools that assist in educating providers, leadership, and other staff about the contractual aspects of the current compensation plan in current and future formats.
- Coordinates and completes provider CME expenditure process, provider education and tracking for assigned communities.
- Initiate, process, and track new clinician application and credentialing packets. Maintain tracking mechanisms and coordinate with PeaceHealth support departments (Credentialing Verification Office, Medical Staff Office, Provider Enrollment, Risk Management and others) for accuracy and completion of clinician documents.
- Coordinate communication with PeaceHealth resources, Clinic Manager and providers around benefits, retirement, compensation, clinical teams, onboarding community resources and mentors.
- Performs other duties as assigned.
QUALIFICATIONS (required unless otherwise designated)
- Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, Finance, Business Administration, Law, Human Resources or related field preferred; or a combination of education, training and experience that provides the caregiver with the requisite knowledge, skills and abilities to perform the job will be considered.
- MHA or MBA is preferred.
- Minimum of five years in finance, human resources, contracting, payroll or progressive healthcare administration experience that includes work with compensation required.
- Demonstrated knowledge of Oregon, Washington and Alaska employment law, immigration issues and application in the employment contracting process is required.
- Experience writing provider contracts is required.
- Working knowledge of CMS Relative Value Units (RVUs) and CPT codes.
- Previous experience in employment law preferred
- Experience with physician compensation plans preferred.
- CCP, SPHR or CMPE certification is preferred.
- Ability to establish and maintain effective communication and working relationship with providers, medical group leaders, and hospital administrators.
- Ability to work under stressful conditions, meet critical deadlines, and plan actions to accomplish designated and desired outcomes.
- Ability to prioritize work load and establish firm but reasonable expectations for turnaround times of requests
- Advanced level of technical expertise with MS Excel, Word and PowerPoint; Experience with SQL and major HRIS software.
- Excellent verbal, negotiation, and written communication skills, particularly with key stakeholder groups such as PHMG leadership, physicians, allied health providers and the provider recruiter staff.
- Strong analytical and organizational and investigative skills, high level of accuracy and attention to detail and a proven ability to effectively plan, meet deadlines.
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