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      • Madison, Wisconsin
      • Temporary
      • $1.00 per hour
      • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
      Spherion, in partnership with the State of Wisconsin Department of Health Services, is looking for a Fiscal Analyst to join the Behavioral Health Policy Section within the Bureau of Benefits Policy in the Division of Medicaid Services! This position is responsible for researching, analyzing, and developing reimbursement options for mobile crisis services in the context of the full continuum of crisis intervention care. As a Fiscal Analyst, you will work closely with the policy team to clarify services and qualifications of staff, as well as parameters for multi-disciplinary teams, in order to develop appropriate rates. This position will also collaborate with the Local Government Delivery System team to analyze fiscal considerations that are unique to county-administered programs.PTO for this position mirrors the State of Wisconsin policy! Hourly pay rate will be discussed during the interview process.Responsibilities:- Lead research and development of new and innovative rate-setting methodologies for crisis intervention services- Analyze data in the accuracy, efficiency, and effectiveness of rate-setting methodologies for crisis intervention programs to inform areas of research and improvement- Analyze budgetary implications of various rate-setting methodologies- Develop and present papers on rate setting issues to high-level department managers on a routine basis, including the Secretary's Office- Write reports and make presentations to describe significant financial and other findings emerging out of the business area, and make budget and fiscal policy recommendations- Analyze cost and utilization data gathered from crisis intervention programs for policy and budgetary direction setting- Coordinate with the Local Government Delivery System team to evaluate and make recommendations about new crisis intervention reimbursement approaches- Develop a working knowledge of budgeting and fiscal management processes for county-administered behavioral health programs, cost reporting and cost settlement processes that are utilized with country-administered behavioral health programs, and unique features of crisis intervention funding- Research, analyze, and evaluate the impact of proposed changes to crisis reimbursement, with consideration of the impact on county claims and cost reporting systems- Research, analyze, and develop recommendations in collaboration with the policy team regarding reimbursement for crisis services within existing psychosocial rehabilitation programs- Prepare summary management reports on service cost analysis, expenditures, and reimbursement/pricing analysis for review by the Unit Chief, Bureau Director, Deputy Director, Division Administrator, and Deputy AdministratorWorking hours: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PMSkills:- Advanced ability to analyze and interpret problems and select and apply methods of information retrieval, analysis, and presentation suited to their resolution- Ability to quickly acquire a competent working knowledge of systems and concepts- Strong interpersonal skills- Strong written and oral communication skillsEducation:BachelorsExperience:1-4 yearsQualifications:- Bachelors degree or higher in related field or equivalent experience- Thorough knowledge of accounting practices and ability to develop complex cost models- Thorough knowledge of Medicaid and other state and federal sources of financing for acute and long-term health care- Extensive knowledge of computerized data processing systems analysis including spreadsheet and database software report generation techniques, hardware, and software capabilities- Knowledge of the healthcare billing process, including healthcare claims submission, processing, and payment- Considerable knowledge of research and policy analysis methodologies Apply today!<
      Spherion, in partnership with the State of Wisconsin Department of Health Services, is looking for a Fiscal Analyst to join the Behavioral Health Policy Section within the Bureau of Benefits Policy in the Division of Medicaid Services! This position is responsible for researching, analyzing, and developing reimbursement options for mobile crisis services in the context of the full continuum of crisis intervention care. As a Fiscal Analyst, you will work closely with the policy team to clarify services and qualifications of staff, as well as parameters for multi-disciplinary teams, in order to develop appropriate rates. This position will also collaborate with the Local Government Delivery System team to analyze fiscal considerations that are unique to county-administered programs.PTO for this position mirrors the State of Wisconsin policy! Hourly pay rate will be discussed during the interview process.Responsibilities:- Lead research and development of new and innovative rate-setting methodologies for crisis intervention services- Analyze data in the accuracy, efficiency, and effectiveness of rate-setting methodologies for crisis intervention programs to inform areas of research and improvement- Analyze budgetary implications of various rate-setting methodologies- Develop and present papers on rate setting issues to high-level department managers on a routine basis, including the Secretary's Office- Write reports and make presentations to describe significant financial and other findings emerging out of the business area, and make budget and fiscal policy recommendations- Analyze cost and utilization data gathered from crisis intervention programs for policy and budgetary direction setting- Coordinate with the Local Government Delivery System team to evaluate and make recommendations about new crisis intervention reimbursement approaches- Develop a working knowledge of budgeting and fiscal management processes for county-administered behavioral health programs, cost reporting and cost settlement processes that are utilized with country-administered behavioral health programs, and unique features of crisis intervention funding- Research, analyze, and evaluate the impact of proposed changes to crisis reimbursement, with consideration of the impact on county claims and cost reporting systems- Research, analyze, and develop recommendations in collaboration with the policy team regarding reimbursement for crisis services within existing psychosocial rehabilitation programs- Prepare summary management reports on service cost analysis, expenditures, and reimbursement/pricing analysis for review by the Unit Chief, Bureau Director, Deputy Director, Division Administrator, and Deputy AdministratorWorking hours: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PMSkills:- Advanced ability to analyze and interpret problems and select and apply methods of information retrieval, analysis, and presentation suited to their resolution- Ability to quickly acquire a competent working knowledge of systems and concepts- Strong interpersonal skills- Strong written and oral communication skillsEducation:BachelorsExperience:1-4 yearsQualifications:- Bachelors degree or higher in related field or equivalent experience- Thorough knowledge of accounting practices and ability to develop complex cost models- Thorough knowledge of Medicaid and other state and federal sources of financing for acute and long-term health care- Extensive knowledge of computerized data processing systems analysis including spreadsheet and database software report generation techniques, hardware, and software capabilities- Knowledge of the healthcare billing process, including healthcare claims submission, processing, and payment- Considerable knowledge of research and policy analysis methodologies Apply today!<

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