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AmerisourceBergen Corporation Contract Analyst in CARROLLTON, Texas

Title: Contract Analyst Location: United States-Texas-Carrollton Job Number: 000028FN Manages letters of agreement contracting process for applicable Limited Distribution products, credentials pharmacies with payers as part of our contracting process, conducts claim analysis and investigation to ensure payment per contracts, and creates and delivers performance guarantee reports in a timely and accurate manner as contractually required. 1. Evaluates performance guarantee reporting processes and designs, develops and implements improvements that reduce cost, improve effectiveness and improves the quality and timeliness of the reports. 2. Responsible for understanding and participating in overall operation of contract admin including contract process flow, contract filing system, problem resolution customer support, root cause analysis. Completes provider and/or credentialing applications with all required supporting documentation as needed to become in-network provider. This includes interacting with and obtaining the necessary information from other AmerisourceBergen business units as needed. 3. Works closely with internal and external customers as a resource for contract and company information. 4. Identifies and resolve discrepancies relating to contract claims and accounts receivable issues. 5. Initiates and follows through on contract rollout and implementation. Responsible for reviewing goal and performance measurements within contract admin area. 6. Negotiates and generates case-specific letters of agreement as needed. 7. Monitors contracts to ensure that the company’s responsibilities are being met and that reimbursement rates are in keeping with company’s financial interests. 8. Resolves issues with contract provisions and reimbursement rates prior to our execution of agreement. 9. Works closely with all levels of company associates, customer reps, suppliers, group purchasing org. and other business – related reps. 10. Responsible for working independently with other departments and various pharmacies to proactively implement new contracts and solve problems as needed. 11. Generates contract-related reports upon request. 12. Performs special projects and related duties as assigned. Qualifications: Requires some training in fields such as managed care, business administration, accountancy, sales, marketing, or computer sciences. A 4-year bachelor’s Degree, Accounting, Business Admin or related field is strongly preferred. Or equivalent work 3 years of related experience. Ability to demonstrate an understanding of the contract process. MINIMUM SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITY REQUIREMENTS: 1. Strong analytical skills and attention to detail. 2. Leadership skills required (Negotiating) 3. Able to work independently 4. Time management skills 5. Strong organizational and time management skills. 6. Strong computer skills in order to effectively navigate company systems and programs; advanced knowledge of Microsoft Office, particularly Excel, Word and PowerPoint. 7. Knowledge of Sharepoint and/or SalesForce helpful. 8. Ability to work independently and with minimal oversight. 9. Ability to communicate accurately, effectively and professionally, both orally and in writing. 10. Strong interpersonal skills and ability to relate to internal and external customers at a variety of levels. 11. Have a strong general knowledge of contracts, with the ability to fully learn and understand the products and services we provide and the healthcare/pharmaceutical industry in general. 12. Knowledge of CMS regulations and requirements as they relate to contracting for Medicare Part D, Medicare Advantage plans, and Medicaid managed care. Job: Finance

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