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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.

Rural Health ACO Program Manager

The Rural Health Accountable Care Organization (ACO) Program Manager is responsible for supporting The Rural Collaborative’s (TRC) rural health system members participating in PSW’s ACO, NW Momentum Health Partners (NWMHP). This position will work closely with the PSW ACO project team, participating hospitals, and The Rural Collaborative (TRC), a rural health membership organization supporting this combined work, to ensure deadlines are met, program governance activities are adhered to, and information is shared to support TRC’s participation. While the majority of this position is focused on ACO activities, this position will also support TRC in other Value-Based initiatives for TRC member health systems.


Business Intelligence Developer

This position is responsible for helping the business leverage data and identify opportunities for improvement, spot trends and recognize potential issues while offering solutions. The work is aimed towards improving efficiency, increasing productivity, assisting in data driven decision making and identifying actionable data for use in business workflow processes. This position will evaluate, design, code, optimize and modify applications, functions, stored procedures and data flows.


EDI Specialist

Responsible for the infrastructure, maintenance, efficiencies, and management of the claims processing Electronic Data Interchange ﴾EDI﴿ system. Analyze client requirements for the electronic exchange of information and ensure that client systems and internal systems are compatible. Gather client specifications and implement per client requirements/industry guidelines within agreed project timeframes and provide status updates to all stakeholders. Collaborate effectively and build solid working relationships with internal users and management, external trading partners, outsourced IT solution providers, and other teams. Write detailed descriptions of user needs, program functions, and steps required to develop or modify EDI programs. Specify, develop, test, and document EDI mappings with trading partners. Proactively monitor and analyze production EDI activity for quality, accuracy, mapping issues, and adherence to regulatory compliance requirements.


Associate Project Manager

The Associate Project Manager will work closely with the various business units within Physicians of Southwest Washington (PSW) as well as external stakeholders in support of technical and business-oriented projects. The Associate Project Manager will manage scope, schedule, quality, and resource constraints to deliver value to the

business. This role keeps the Director of Project Management and all other program stakeholders informed as the project progresses, tracks task completion against planned activities, adjusts as necessary, and flags outstanding risks and issues. The Associate Project Manager will have a key role in documenting project artifacts, workflows, and influencing best practices for PSW.


Claims Data Entry

The Claims Data Entry Technician is responsible for performing data entry activities to facilitate loading the EZCap Claims system. This role ensures that we are able to meet our claims responsiveness timelines appropriately by loading claims from payer tools into our EZCAP databases. The technician will work to collaborate effectively and build solid working relationships with internal users, management and external health plan partners.


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