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  • Clinical Program Director

    The Clinical Program Director must be a licensed registered nurse or a licensed vocational nurse in good standing with the state of Texas. The Clinical Program Director oversees the Quality Assurance/Quality Improvement Manager, the Client Services Manager, and the Compliance Specialist. The Director's overall responsibility is ensuring that Quality Assurance and Quality Improvement of delivery of services through sub-contractors. 


    The Clinical Program Director must: 

    • Devise sampling procedures and directions for recording and reporting quality data
    • Review implementation and efficiency of quality and inspection systems
    • Document audits and other  quality assurance activities
    • Coordinate and support on-site sub-contractor audits
    • Evaluate audit results and compile statistical quality data for reporting
    • Evaluate audit findings and implement appropriate interventions to meet quality standards
    • Monitor risk management activities
    • Assure ongoing compliance with quality assurance and improvement
    • Investigate complaints and non-conformance issues


    The Clinical Program Director must be available to sub-contractors for assistance in developing quality assurance policies and procedure. The Clinical Program Director is available in-service training and speaking engagements

  • Data entry clerk

    Manages two types of data: (1) Trains provider staff to collect patient data, and (2) collects data on The Heidi Group's contracted providers


    (1.) Trains provider staff to collect proper data for patient registration forms, proof of residency documents, proof of income, and proof of enrollment in other programs that might pre-qualify a patient for Healthy Texas Women or Family Planning Program. Trains staff to: clean the data and assemble in order ; analyze data, filter, sort, and assess potential patient's qualifications; assemble charts appropriate for physicians, documentation, and filing. Presents charts to Eligibility Specialist for assessment of eligibility.


    (2.) Collects monthly reports from providers to analyze progress of Family Planning and Healthy Texas Women Programs for The Heidi Group reports. Compiles and submits required contractor reports to the state on behalf of The Heidi Group. Tracks number of patients billed for both Family Planning and Healthy Texas Women Programs. Reviews copies of electronic billing records for The Heidi Group statistical data collection. Reviews any adverse reports and submits for corrective action.


    Must have two years experience in medical coding

  • Billing specialist

    Responsible for training provider staff in confirming proper coding for patient charges based on treatment information, diagnoses, and related procedures. Submits The Heidi Group and provider's claims electronically, posts and manages account payments. Ensures providers are being reimbursed for all  procedures. Maintains records of medical bills, claims, and settlements, and patient billing complaints, if any. Resolves patient billing questions. Investigates denied claims and resubmits when appropriate. Ensures all accounts are paid in full.


    Trains provider staff to post payments and deliver to appropriate party for deposits. Trains provider staff to submit weekly reports to executive director. Assists with writing protocols for provider's billing staff. Trains provider's billing staff in coding and billing procedures for state programs. Remains accessible to providers for questions and assistance.


    Maintains strict confidentiality. Performs daily backups of all data. Understanding of medical coding systems required. Adhered to federal, state, and local laws, and HIPAA guidelines. Excellent computer skills, ability to operate basic office equipment, able to work with broad cross section of people. 


    Must have two years experience in medical office or hospital

Section Title

We are engaged with Women’s Hope in finding their new Executive Director. We love the work they are doing there. They have a solid reputation in the community, wonderful facilities, the Board members are awesome and the staff is passionate about their work. And Auburn / Opelika is a fantastic place to live and work! (great golfing, one of the best places to start a new business, good schools, etc…) WHMC will consider candidates outside of Alabama; qualified candidates should be willing to relocate to Auburn if selected for the role.

 

An abbreviated list of qualifications follows. Please see our website for a full description. (Women’s Hope Executive Director)

·         Must have a faith alignment with the mission of the organization and must be able to articulate the Gospel well. Candidates who would be qualified will already be active members of their church (the ministry works across many denominations).

·         A male or female would be successful in this role. Proven leadership capabilities required.

·         Experience developing budgets and managing to those budgets is required.

·         Outstanding public speaking skills required (clear, influential, articulate)

·         Must be sincere and relational in leading teams and working with donors.

 

We are looking for someone with commitment to pro-life issues, a sincere relationship-builder (with staff, donors, the board), strong financial acumen and fundraising ability (professional or volunteer experience welcomed).