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.
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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.
Non-Licensed 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.
Utilization Management Coordinator
The Utilization Management Coordinator is responsible for data entry of incoming requests, efficient and immediate processing of authorization requests and prepping those requests for nurse review as indicated by pre-determined business rules. Works with providers, provider office staff, health plans and other internal and external customers to meet the health care needs of members with the appropriate resources.
ACO Program Coordinator
The Accountable Care Organization (ACO) Program Coordinator is responsible for supporting all aspects of Physicians of SW Washington’s (PSW) ACO operations and programs. The position will work closely with leadership and the project team to ensure important deadlines are met, program governance activities are followed through with, and processes and workflows are followed to ensure smooth operations for the ACO.
Provider Network Manager
Responsible for provider engagement across Medicare Advantage, Accountable Care and other payers by managing network contracting, performance management, communications and education.
Utilization Review Nurse
The Utilization Review Nurse performs reviews for enrollees across the service continuum (pre-certification / authorization, concurrent and retrospective reviews) utilizing InterQual, NCD, and LCD criteria to ensure the quality, quantity, timeliness and effectiveness of service. The nurse acts in a non caregiver capacity by facilitating coordination and communication between all members of the health care team in the decision making process to minimize fragmentation of the health care delivery system. As a member of the Utilization Management Department, this position is responsible for contributing to the standards of quality and service expected by both external and internal stakeholders, including ensuring accurate information flows to interdepartmental teams, proper documentation and adherence to standards related to case management activities.