Executive Director, Chief Actuary
Phoenix, AZ, USA | American Hospital Association
Industry:Healthcare - Hospitals
Job Description:98 people have viewed this job
1. Directs, supervises, and evaluates the work of direct staff and matrixed employees.
2. Participates into the development of the department budget to meet corporate goals and objectives. Meets annual budgetary goals. Translates organizational plans, goals, and initiatives into assumptions for annual operating and/or capital budgets. Negotiates contracts with external vendors for products and/or services and monitors/evaluates quality and/or performance.
3. Directs and participates in the development, implementation, and consistent application of effective organizational policies, procedures, and practices. Develops and supports internal controls to ensure that assets are safeguarded, policies and operating procedures are followed, necessary controls are effective and efficient, and compliance with current laws and regulations is achieved.
4. Reviews, prepares, analyzes, and presents reports and recommendations to senior leadership regarding operations, programs, services, and/or other applicable areas of interest in order to provide concise and accurate information that aids in decision-making.
Bachelor's Degree in applicable field of Statistics, Mathematics, Actuarial Science, Business, Finance, or Healthcare Administration.
License/Certification Fellowship of the Society of Actuaries (FSA) designation.
Depending upon assigned area of responsibility, position may require applicable certifications and/or licensures, including but not limited to RN; MD or DO; Driver's License; Certified Healthcare Protection Administrator (CHPA); Certified Protection Professional (CPP); Chartered Property Casualty Underwriter (CPCU); Associate in Risk Management (ARM); CPA; SPHR; Registered Health Information Administrator (RHIA); Registered Health Information Technologist (RHIT); Certified Healthcare Facility Manager (CHFM); Certified Facility Manager (CFM); Certified Coding Specialist (CCS); Certified Professional Coder (CPC); JD from an American Bar Association accredited school; admission to a State Bar Association.
Requires experience in health actuarial services typically achieved with ten or more years of experience, including supervisory experience. Requires the ability to lead new business development activities, as well as annual business planning/execution and strategic planning as needed. Knowledge of health care and state government, familiarity with Medicaid, Commercial and Medicare related products. Demonstrated leadership capabilities, self-motivation, and a strong understanding of sales and relationship management. Excellent writing, communications and presentations skills are required. Strong analytical skills and ability to establish and maintain effective relationships with customers and gain their trust and respect.
Seven or more years of MA-PD bid experience required.
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