JOBS

 
 
 
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Clinical Applications Specialist​
(Posted 9/4/2020)
Seeking a passionate, thoughtful, and experienced Clinical Applications Specialist to assist COIPA’s Population Health (Pop Health) Team and member clinics in analyzing and optimizing electronic health record (EHR) software applications. Our successful candidate will have the following experience: identify current operating procedures; clarify program objectives; write documentation to describe program development, logic, coding, and corrections; provide data applications support for clinical teams and Pop Health Team; and provide reports and data analysis relevant to the applications for various EHR systems.
The Clinical Applications Specialist will be working with member clinics to achieve COIPA’s strategic goals.
 
There is no direct patient care in this position.
 
Success Factors for this position are:
1. Develop proficiency in Athena, eCW, and Epic EHRs by completing EHR trainings and developing a strong working knowledge of basic EHR functionality to be able to: a. Create clinical data dashboards, as needed. b. Train end users when needed.
2. Help COIPA’s Network Performance Specialist to ensure they can guide EHR documentation workflow in the clinics to meet agreed upon high performing network targets by:
a. Understanding HCC coding applications within EHRs and guiding EHR workflows to ensure their recapture.
b. Helping Network Performance Specialist optimize EHR workflows to close care gaps in clinics that are under performing.
c. Developing trusting relationship with contracted health plans and becoming the liaison between member clinics and health plans for contracted e-clinical measures.
3. Work with member clinics to develop data dashboards that allow the extraction of clinical data for COIPA contracted lives by:
a. Strengthening existing relationships with member clinics and developing trusting relationships with new member clinics.
b. Using tools within EHR systems to create relevant data dashboards capturing clinical information efficiently.
c. Educating member clinics on use of clinical applications to achieve high performing network standards.
 
Minimum Qualifications:
• Bachelor’s degree or equivalent relevant experience in Clinical EHR Applications field including training and support for clinical teams.
• 3 – 5 years of work experience in healthcare industry, provider organization, or related field.
 
Preferred Qualifications:
• Epic and practice management experience preferred
• Training experience preferred
• Willingness to gain expertise in multiple EHRs
To apply, contact Angela Sanford, Accounting and Operations Manager at info@coipa.org
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Network Program Specialist
Posted 8/28/2020

Seeking a passionate, thoughtful, and forward-thinking Network Program Specialist to assist COIPA leadership develop a High Performing Network consisting of high quality, low cost member clinics.  Our successful candidate will have experience in advancing contracted quality improvement measures, encourage change in clinic workflows to achieve higher quality improvement rates, and develop additional opportunities for member clinics to improve their financial status.

The Network Program Specialist will be working with member clinics and health plan partners to achieve COIPA’s strategic goals.

There is no direct patient care in this position.

Success Factors for this position are:

  1. Working with member clinics to improve Hierarchical Condition Coding (HCC) recapture rates by:

    1. Strengthening existing relationships with member clinics and developing trusting relationships with new member clinics.

    2. Creating workflows to capture information efficiently.

    3. Setting targets to track level of improvement for member clinics.

  2. Development of pre-visit planning workflow by:

    1. Introducing change to improve patient and provider experience.

    2. Utilizing data to standardize visits to maximize HCC recapture and quality gap closures.

    3. Determine opportunities for low cost, high quality healthcare.

  3. Becoming a strong liaison between member clinics and health plan partners by:

    1. Building relationships with health plan partners to optimize member clinic resource utilization.

    2. Building metrics that are mutually beneficial for all parties.

    3. Educating member clinics on high performing network standards.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree in a health care or business-related field.

  • 3 years work experience in healthcare industry, provider organization, or related area.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Experience in quality improvement, practice facilitation, and program development.

  • Experience in medical clinic operations.

  • Experience with Electronic Health Records.

  • Experience with Medicare, Managed Care Insurance, and the Oregon Health Plan.

  • Experience with billing/coding procedures.

To apply, contact Angela Sanford, Accounting and Operations Manager at info@coipa.org

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Director of Clinical Quality and Population Health
(Posted 6/1/2020)

Seeking a passionate, thoughtful, and strategic Director of Clinical Quality and Population Health to assume a leadership role in achieving desired population health, quality, and financial outcomes for Central Oregon Independent Practice Association (COIPA). Our successful candidate will have experience in practice transformation, strategic planning, and program development to facilitate the success of independent practices in population health management and value-based models of care delivery. 
 
The Director of Clinical Quality and Population Health will be working in partnership with COIPA provider clinics, contracted health plans, and community partners to achieve COIPA’s strategic goals. 
 
There is no direct patient care in this position. 
 
Success Factors for this position are: 
 

  • Facilitate the transition of independent member clinics toward value-based models and data-driven outcomes

  • Increase the engagement of primary and specialty care member practices with COIPA and its services

  • Provide leadership and direction to healthcare quality committees across COIPA regions

  • Educate COIPA board, committees, members, and community on clinical quality and population health strategies and outcomes

  • Development of strategic plans that foster commitment and improved financial outcomes for member clinics 

 
Minimum Qualifications:

  • Minimum of Bachelor’s degree in a health care or business-related field

  • At least 5 years of leadership experience in clinical quality and practice transformation

  • State of Oregon Registered Nurse (RN); MSN preferred 

 
Preferred Qualifications:

  • Master’s degree in a health care or business-related field preferred

  • Experience in quality improvement, practice transformation, and program development

  • Experience in population health management Primary Care Clinic Integrated Behavioral Health Clinician (LCSW) (full or part time)

To apply, contact Angela Sanford, Accounting and Operations Manager at info@coipa.org

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