Nurse Reviewer - Complaint Intake
The New York State Department of Health Office of Primary Care and Health Systems Management Center for Health Care Provider Services and Oversight Division of Nursing Homes and ICF/IID Surveillance Central Complaint Intake Program seeking to fill a Nurse Intake Specialist position in Albany, New York.
Minimum qualifications include a Registered Professional Nurse currently licensed in New York, the ability to receive, review and triage complaints and incidents for the Division of Nursing Homes and ICF/IID Surveillance Central Complaint Intake Program, ability to work on a team and handle multiple, shifting priorities, demanding deadlines, good organizational skills, ability to correspond with complainants, healthcare professionals and general public and familiarity working in electronic databases.
Preferred qualifications include familiarity and knowledge of nursing home regulations, excellent telephone and written communication skills and experience with the federal CMS ASPEN Suite; Two (2) years of experience performing utilization review, medical review, fraud investigations, surveillance or monitoring activities at the facility level; Three (3) years of clinical experience in a medical facility, preferably a nursing home. Prior experience working in the Office of Primary Care and Health Systems Management’s Center for Health Care Provider Services and Oversight Division of Nursing Homes and ICF/IID Surveillance Central Complaint Intake Program is preferred.
Compensation for roles at Staffing Solutions Organization LLC (SSO) varies depending on a wide array of factors including, but not limited to, the specific office location, role, skill set, and level of experience. As required by applicable law, SSO provides the following reasonable range of compensation for this role: $65,000-$75,000. In addition, SSO provides a range of benefits for this role.
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