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Do you have what it takes? PSW is in search of new talent to help grow our team. No global movement stems from individuals; it takes an entire team to create something big. At PSW, we work hard, laugh often, brainstorm nonstop, and give the best (air) high-fives in town.

Our services span throughout 18 states, employ nearly 100 staff members that we call family, and offer an incredible breadth of knowledge and experience in healthcare innovation. There are jobs, then there are careers. Find your seat today.


PSW values the professional development of our employees. By fostering a culture of determination and goal-setting, we give our staff the necessary tools for them to reach new heights for their personal achievements. PSW believes that a strong mindset and clear goals can lead to great success. With the help of our leadership, we ensure every employee has the opportunity to succeed and we recognize everyone’s achievements.


PSW is committed to enhancing diversity, equality, and inclusion. We pride ourselves on the culture we have built and commit to being a place where dialogue that strengthens knowledge, fosters understanding and ensures respect is not only welcome, but invited.


View our job listings below and click the “Apply Now” button to submit an application via Indeed.

Director of Payer Operations

Responsible for providing leadership, direction and support in the management, development and growth of PSW’s delegated payer for its value-based contracts and patient populations. Collaborates with leadership to strengthen programmatic operations, strategic direction and overall performance in the successful delivery of delegated operations for multiple health plans.


Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) Analyst

The Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) Analyst will design, implement and maintain data interchange systems between PSW and external partners/clearinghouses as well as facilitate the automated transfer of data between departments. In this role, the EDI analyst will be meeting with stakeholders to understand their data interchange needs, designing appropriate EDI systems, and training the involved parties on the use of the system. The EDI analyst will be responsible for validation and documentation of the current state of data exchanges within the enterprise. The EDI analyst will work with key IT stakeholders to establish and improve automation and validation of data exchanges within the enterprise. They will serve as the primary link between the business and any data-trading entities.


Senior Financial Analyst

The Senior Financial Analyst applies analytical thought processes and reporting expertise to translate financial and clinical data into impactful financial analyses. The analyst will report to the Director of Finance and, under minimal supervision, manage specific assigned responsibilities as it relates to budgets, cost accounting, and financial decision support. The analyst will develop custom reports/dashboards in SSRS and ensure the accuracy of financial models that support operational and strategic decision making for multiple lines of business. Additionally, the analyst will perform forecasting for value-based contracts.


Senior Accountant

PSW is looking for an energetic senior accountant with the drive and motivation to lead the accounting and payroll functions of the Finance Department and impact the organization by proposing and implementing process improvements in a rapidly growing company. The successful candidate has a solid understanding of accounting principles, is highly dependable, proactive, and organized with a strong attention to detail.


Post-Acute Care Navigator

This position is responsible for the implementation of post-acute strategies to manage post-acute transitions of care for PSW members. The PAC is responsible for facilitating the post-acute care of beneficiaries in the program to improve health outcomes, reduce readmissions, manage appropriate length of stay, and reduce barriers to successful discharge.


Licensed Care Navigator (Pennsylvania)

This position is responsible for the implementation of post-acute strategies to manage post-acute transitions of care for the CMS risk-based Bundled Payment Care Advanced (BPCI-A) model. A member of the PSW Care Management team, the Licensed Care Navigator will be based in the Scranton, Pennsylvania area. Responsible for facilitating the post- acute care of beneficiaries in the program to improve health outcomes, reduce readmissions, manage appropriate length of stay, and reduce barriers to successful discharge.
Note: This position will work from home, with travel to different locations in PA required.


Non-Licensed Care Navigator

Working in conjunction with a Care Management nurse, the Non-Licensed Care Navigator (CN) is responsible for providing outreach and education services for identified high-risk members. This position requires strong interpersonal skills to make connections and build relationships with vulnerable populations. The CN works collaboratively with nursing staff, the Primary Care Provider and other community based agencies with the purpose of making the critical linkages to health information and services. Additionally, this position is often the first point of contact and is responsible for managing inquiries for the Care Management Department. The CN will work to establish relationship and connection with the client’s familial and friend support network and serve as a non-adversarial bridge to promote and foster collaboration and communication between all involved parties. The CN will assist with outreach and record encounters in accordance with PSW documentation standards. Navigators provide clerical and administrative support to for Care Management Nurses, support beneficiaries in reaching their personal and medical care plan goals, and assist with care coordination.


Transitional Care Nurse, LPN

The Transitional Care Nurse (TCN) works with PSW members during a transition from a health care setting to home. The (TCN) ensures that the member has what is needed for a safe and successful return to home. This includes but is not limited to ensuring a follow up is made with appropriate health care providers, educating on red flag signs and symptoms, ensuring members have access to prescribed medications, and that the member has adequate resources and equipment to meet their needs. The goal of this position is to improve member’s coordination of care and reduce unnecessary re-hospitalizations.


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