Molina Healthcare Sr Specialist, Quality Interventions/QI Compliance (REMOTE) in United States
Molina's Quality Improvement function oversees, plans, and implements new and existing healthcare quality improvement initiatives and education programs; ensures maintenance of programs for members in accordance with prescribed quality standards; conducts data collection, reporting and monitoring for key performance measurement activities; and provides direction and implementation of NCQA accreditation surveys and federal/state QI compliance activities.
The Senior Specialist, Quality Interventions / QI Compliance contributes to one or more of these quality improvement functions: Quality Interventions and Quality Improvement Compliance.
Acts as a lead specialist to provide project-, program-, and / or initiative-related direction and guidance for other specialists within the department and/or collaboratively with other departments.
Implements key quality strategies, which may include initiation and management of provider, member and/or community interventions (e.g., removing barriers to care); preparation for Quality Improvement Compliance surveys; and other federal and state required quality activities.
Monitors and ensures that key quality activities are completed on time and accurately to present results to key departmental management and other Molina departments as needed.
Writes narrative reports to interpret regulatory specifications, explain programs and results of programs, and document findings and limitations of department interventions.
Creates, manages, and/or compiles the required documentation to maintain critical quality improvement functions.
Leads quality improvement activities, meetings, and discussions with and between other departments within the organization.
Evaluates project/program activities and results to identify opportunities for improvement.
Surfaces to Manager and Director any gaps in processes that may require remediation.
Other tasks, duties, projects, and programs as assigned.
The primary role for this position is to develop and maintain the state-mandated Project Improvement Projects. This includes being accountable for managing and tracking Quality interventions which support these programs as well as writing and reporting to the state on this activities. The position collaborates with internal and external partners and convenes a weekly internal committee to discuss progress on the project. Twice a year this position will also represent the health plan to present the performance improvement project reports to the state. Excellent project management skills, attention to detail, written and verbal communication skills are required. The position must also be able to work independently and problem solve. Strong knowledge of HEDIS and other Quality data is required and a strong background in data reporting analysis and dashboard development in collaboration with IT is encouraged.
Bachelor's Degree or equivalent combination of education and work experience.
Min. 3 years’ experience in healthcare with minimum 2 years’ experience in health plan quality improvement, managed care or equivalent experience.
Demonstrated solid business writing experience.
Operational knowledge and experience with Excel and Visio (flow chart equivalent).
Preferred field: Clinical Quality, Public Health or Healthcare.
1 year of experience in Medicare and in Medicaid.
Experience with data reporting, analysis and/or interpretation.
Preferred License, Certification, Association
Active, unrestricted Certified Professional in Health Quality (CPHQ)
Active, unrestricted Nursing License (RN may be preferred for specific roles)
Active, unrestricted Certified HEDIS Compliance Auditor (CHCA)
To all current Molina employees: If you are interested in applying for this position, please apply through the intranet job listing.
Molina Healthcare offers a competitive benefits and compensation package. Molina Healthcare is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE) M/F/D/V.
Pay Range: $49,929.54 - $97,362.61 a year*
*Actual compensation may vary from posting based on geographic location, work experience, education and/or skill level.