17 October 2020
Credentialing Manager

Credentialing Manager
Job details - Doral Area
Salary
$50-60K a year
 
Full Job Description
The Credentialing Manager obtains and maintains the credentials of new and existing physician and mid-level providers, their medical licenses, DEA certificates, hospital privileges, occupational licenses, and managed care applications. The person in this role will maintain the most current data for each provider in the credentialing database and online systems in order to ensure timely renewal of licenses, certifications, and re-credentialing applications. Additional duties may be assigned to the Credentialing Manager.  A good understanding of NCQA important.  
 
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES
  1. Knowledge of ADCS policies and applicable government regulations and standards, and the ability to actively apply that knowledge in the performance of all job duties
  2. Knowledge of medical terminology and ability to use appropriately
  3. Skilled in using computers; skilled in typing/keyboarding with typing speed of 40 wpm or greater preferred
  4. Knowledge of general and credentialing-related computer programs
  5. Ability to practice confidentiality and follow HIPAA regulations with patient information; ability to oversee HIPAA compliance by other staff
  6. Ability to practice professional ethics and use discretion concerning ADCS directives and proprietary information/trade secrets of the organization
Required:
5 years of experience and a proven track record 
 
BENEFITS PLAN OPTIONS
  • Medica
  • Dental
  • Vision
  • Basic Life & AD&D
  • Voluntary Life & AD&D
  • Voluntary Short-Term Disability
  • Voluntary Long-Term Disability
Additional Benefits
  • EmployeeConnect Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
  • TravelConnect Travel Assistance Program
  • LifeKeys Program
  • Allstate Hospital Indemnity
  • Allstate Critical Illness
  • Allstate Accident
  • Employee Benefits Service Center
  • Pet Assure Veterinary Discount Plan





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