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      • Madison, Wisconsin
      • Temporary
      • $29.00 - $33.00 per hour
      • 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
      Indefinite, temporary position!Remote/onsite hybrid schedule (must be onsite in Madison, WI 2-3 days/week)Upgraded Spherion benefits package!PTO!Spherion is recruiting a Policy Analyst for our State of Wisconsin client!You will collaborate with a team of other Policy Analysts in the Policy Section within the Bureau of Benefits Policy housed in the Division of Medicaid Services, which develops and implements policy for benefits under the Wisconsin Medicaid and BadgerCare Plus programs.Responsibilities:Duties include, but are not limited to, drafting communications to healthcare providers to announce policy changes, working with technical staff to ensure accurate payment of healthcare providers, collaborating with intra-departmental workgroups, researching and responding to coverage and reimbursement questions from external stakeholders, and acting as a liaison with behavioral healthcare providers. Long-term activities include, but are not limited to, analyzing proposed changes to coverage and reimbursement policies, developing alternative health care delivery models, and proposing budget initiatives to improve the cost-effectiveness and quality of assigned benefit areas.Working hours: 8:00 AM - 4:30 PMSkills:- Strong qualitative and quantitative analytical skills- Advanced oral and written communications skills including demonstrated skill in preparing clear, concise, and complete reports with supporting documentation- Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with other staff, state and local agencies, providers, and other stakeholders- Ability to exercise judgment and discretion in developing, applying, and interpreting administrative policies and proceduresEducation:BachelorsExperience:1-4 yearsQualifications:- Bachelors degree in a related field- Two years of policy experience and/or experience with Wisconsin Medicaid systems preferred- General knowledge of the Wisconsin healthcare industry, including its composition and regulation- Considerable knowledge of research and policy analysis methodologies- Knowledge of federal and state Medicaid laws and regulations- Knowledge of the healthcare billing process, including healthcare claims submission, processing, and payment- Demonstrated proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite, PowerPoint, and remote communication technology (such as Zoom) required. Skills with data analysis software preferred- Working knowledge of nationally-standardized medical code sets, including Current Procedural Terminology (CPT) codes, Health Care Procedure Coding System (HCPCS) codes, and International Classification of Diseases (ICD) codes Apply via the apply button in the top right hand corner today!Spherion has helped thousands of people just like you find work happiness! Our experienced staff will listen carefully to your employment needs and then work diligently to match your skills and qualifications to the right job and company. No one works harder for you than Spherion. EEO Employer: Race, Religion, Color, National Origin, Citizenship, Sex, Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity, Age, Disability, Ancestry, Veteran Status, Genetic Information, Service in the Uniformed Services or any other classification protected by law.
      Indefinite, temporary position!Remote/onsite hybrid schedule (must be onsite in Madison, WI 2-3 days/week)Upgraded Spherion benefits package!PTO!Spherion is recruiting a Policy Analyst for our State of Wisconsin client!You will collaborate with a team of other Policy Analysts in the Policy Section within the Bureau of Benefits Policy housed in the Division of Medicaid Services, which develops and implements policy for benefits under the Wisconsin Medicaid and BadgerCare Plus programs.Responsibilities:Duties include, but are not limited to, drafting communications to healthcare providers to announce policy changes, working with technical staff to ensure accurate payment of healthcare providers, collaborating with intra-departmental workgroups, researching and responding to coverage and reimbursement questions from external stakeholders, and acting as a liaison with behavioral healthcare providers. Long-term activities include, but are not limited to, analyzing proposed changes to coverage and reimbursement policies, developing alternative health care delivery models, and proposing budget initiatives to improve the cost-effectiveness and quality of assigned benefit areas.Working hours: 8:00 AM - 4:30 PMSkills:- Strong qualitative and quantitative analytical skills- Advanced oral and written communications skills including demonstrated skill in preparing clear, concise, and complete reports with supporting documentation- Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with other staff, state and local agencies, providers, and other stakeholders- Ability to exercise judgment and discretion in developing, applying, and interpreting administrative policies and proceduresEducation:BachelorsExperience:1-4 yearsQualifications:- Bachelors degree in a related field- Two years of policy experience and/or experience with Wisconsin Medicaid systems preferred- General knowledge of the Wisconsin healthcare industry, including its composition and regulation- Considerable knowledge of research and policy analysis methodologies- Knowledge of federal and state Medicaid laws and regulations- Knowledge of the healthcare billing process, including healthcare claims submission, processing, and payment- Demonstrated proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite, PowerPoint, and remote communication technology (such as Zoom) required. Skills with data analysis software preferred- Working knowledge of nationally-standardized medical code sets, including Current Procedural Terminology (CPT) codes, Health Care Procedure Coding System (HCPCS) codes, and International Classification of Diseases (ICD) codes Apply via the apply button in the top right hand corner today!Spherion has helped thousands of people just like you find work happiness! Our experienced staff will listen carefully to your employment needs and then work diligently to match your skills and qualifications to the right job and company. No one works harder for you than Spherion. EEO Employer: Race, Religion, Color, National Origin, Citizenship, Sex, Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity, Age, Disability, Ancestry, Veteran Status, Genetic Information, Service in the Uniformed Services or any other classification protected by law.
      • Madison, Wisconsin
      • Temporary
      • $28.00 - $32.00 per hour
      • 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
      The Office of Resource Center Development is in the Bureau of Aging and Disability Resources. The office provides technical assistance and oversight to Aging Disability Resource Centers throughout the state of WI. This includes support to the 11 tribal partners.This position is a long-term contracted role with full benefits and PTO and is estimated to end in 2024 or 2025.Responsibilities:This position will be responsible for the implementation of the Departments activities to support the expansion of the Tribal Aging and Disability Resource Specialist (ADRS) program. This position has the responsibility to develop partnerships and provide leadership and support to Tribal partners. This includes providing support in assisting tribes in designing and implementing their Tribal ADRS program to meet their local needs and be in accordance with the scope of services.Historically, tribes have been underfunded to support the Tribal ADRS position. With the addition of ARPA (American Rescue Plan Act) funds, DHS will be able to provide greater funding stability and assist with personnel and programmatic expenses to support the tribal aging population and tribal people with disabilities.This position will focus on gaining a better understanding of each individual tribes priorities for the Tribal ADRS program, working with Tribal partners to understand their needs, organize and prioritize their efforts, as well as communicate what resources are available.The needs of the tribes will vary based on their current relationship with the Tribal ADRS program. Some tribes have a staffed Tribal ADRS position, some tribes have a vacant Tribal ADRS position, and some tribes fully partner with their local Aging and Disability Resource Center.The outcomes of the Tribal ADRS Program Expansion Coordinator may include the development of training and onboarding materials to support the Tribal ADRS program, including the development of culturally informed material, as well as helping Tribal ADRS in the areas of training, systems access, and utilization, time and task reporting, marketing and outreach, etc.Under the general supervision of the Office for Resource Center Development (ORCD) Director, this position will collaborate with the Tribal Affairs Office and other staff from the Division of Public Health to ensure a shared and reliable understanding of the issues, conditions, and circumstances impacting tribes as they work to implement the Tribal ADRS program.Working hours: 8:00 AM - 4:30 PMSkills:- Excellent written and verbal communication skills.- Solid technical acumen.Education:BachelorsExperience:1-4 yearsQualifications:- Bachelor's degree.- Previous experience working with tribal entities.- Strong competency in building professional relationships. Apply via the apply button in the top right hand corner today!Spherion has helped thousands of people just like you find work happiness! Our experienced staff will listen carefully to your employment needs and then work diligently to match your skills and qualifications to the right job and company. No one works harder for you than Spherion. EEO Employer: Race, Religion, Color, National Origin, Citizenship, Sex, Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity, Age, Disability, Ancestry, Veteran Status, Genetic Information, Service in the Uniformed Services or any other classification protected by law.
      The Office of Resource Center Development is in the Bureau of Aging and Disability Resources. The office provides technical assistance and oversight to Aging Disability Resource Centers throughout the state of WI. This includes support to the 11 tribal partners.This position is a long-term contracted role with full benefits and PTO and is estimated to end in 2024 or 2025.Responsibilities:This position will be responsible for the implementation of the Departments activities to support the expansion of the Tribal Aging and Disability Resource Specialist (ADRS) program. This position has the responsibility to develop partnerships and provide leadership and support to Tribal partners. This includes providing support in assisting tribes in designing and implementing their Tribal ADRS program to meet their local needs and be in accordance with the scope of services.Historically, tribes have been underfunded to support the Tribal ADRS position. With the addition of ARPA (American Rescue Plan Act) funds, DHS will be able to provide greater funding stability and assist with personnel and programmatic expenses to support the tribal aging population and tribal people with disabilities.This position will focus on gaining a better understanding of each individual tribes priorities for the Tribal ADRS program, working with Tribal partners to understand their needs, organize and prioritize their efforts, as well as communicate what resources are available.The needs of the tribes will vary based on their current relationship with the Tribal ADRS program. Some tribes have a staffed Tribal ADRS position, some tribes have a vacant Tribal ADRS position, and some tribes fully partner with their local Aging and Disability Resource Center.The outcomes of the Tribal ADRS Program Expansion Coordinator may include the development of training and onboarding materials to support the Tribal ADRS program, including the development of culturally informed material, as well as helping Tribal ADRS in the areas of training, systems access, and utilization, time and task reporting, marketing and outreach, etc.Under the general supervision of the Office for Resource Center Development (ORCD) Director, this position will collaborate with the Tribal Affairs Office and other staff from the Division of Public Health to ensure a shared and reliable understanding of the issues, conditions, and circumstances impacting tribes as they work to implement the Tribal ADRS program.Working hours: 8:00 AM - 4:30 PMSkills:- Excellent written and verbal communication skills.- Solid technical acumen.Education:BachelorsExperience:1-4 yearsQualifications:- Bachelor's degree.- Previous experience working with tribal entities.- Strong competency in building professional relationships. Apply via the apply button in the top right hand corner today!Spherion has helped thousands of people just like you find work happiness! Our experienced staff will listen carefully to your employment needs and then work diligently to match your skills and qualifications to the right job and company. No one works harder for you than Spherion. EEO Employer: Race, Religion, Color, National Origin, Citizenship, Sex, Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity, Age, Disability, Ancestry, Veteran Status, Genetic Information, Service in the Uniformed Services or any other classification protected by law.

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