The primary purpose of this position is to support department performance regulatory requirements including data collection, provider and member outreach and administrative support activities related to the department's Program. The Project Coordinator will be responsible for providing support to the department Managers and Supervisors.
Creates spreadsheets from raw data in order to create mail merges used to execute mass mailings for education and service promotions.
Monitors, updates and compiles (tracks) the success of implemented activities.
Responsible for data collection and analysis on various EPSDT/QM projects. Retrieves data from databases, prepares excel spreadsheets.
Supports member and provider outreach activities by compiling member and provider data used for: outbound calling campaigns; member educational mailings; provider mailings; and provider site visits.
Monitor, maintain and update and is responsible for data entry for Health Plans.
Compiles and prepares administrative reports required by State Agencies in order to meet regulatory requirements.
High school diploma/GED or equivalent working knowledge.
Experience typically gained through 3 to 5 years of computer experience, that includes database management and expertise.Requires skill in organizing work and records to ensure compliance with regulatory agencies. Previous knowledge of AHCCCS programs.
Ability to communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing. Requires an organized individual who can prioritize the workload to efficiently produce timely and accurate results under varying situations. Skills to manage significant amounts of electronic data through the use of a computerized office suite. Ability to set priorities relative to work load in a fast paced environment and to complete and assist in the management of projects and provides support on a variety of different projects.
College level courses in business, information systems, healthcare administration, or related field preferred
Additional related education and/or experience preferred.
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