Personal Care Connector | Remote

Personal Care Connector | Remote

Amerihealth Caritas Health Plan | Philadelphia, PA, 19107, US
Salary Range:$43,000 – $77,000 Salary range estimated by Zippia

Posted 15 days ago

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The Personal Care Connector (PCC) is a high-touch, extremely effective service specialist, responsible for supporting the daily operations of Medicare Member Services (Personal Service Program), integrated care management, and utilization management program interventions. The PCC performs in a contact center environment, effectively handling calls from Members, Providers and other areas, internal and external to the company. The PCC handles daily routine calls from Members & Providers in accordance with metric and performance requirements, identifies members with Care Gaps/HEDIS related health conditions and assists them in accessing care through Plan benefits and community resources. The PCC will handle all in/outbound calls and transactions directly supporting Clinical staff and assigned local teams, provide members with problem resolutions, educational materials, and carry out strategies to increase health care adherence to reduce barriers to care.

Education & Experience:

* 3 to 5 years' experience in a call center experience and to effective handle in-bound/out-bound calls for triage and resolution.
* 2 to 4 years working knowledge of Medicare & Medicaid preferred.
* High School/GED required.
* Experience in healthcare preferred.
* Proficient PC skills with Microsoft Suite (Word, Excel, etc.) and the ability to utilize and navigate multiple systems simultaneously.
* Working knowledge of Plan Benefits and Services is preferred.
* Effective oral and written communication and the ability
* Ability to document case notes while speaking on the phone with customers
* Thoroughly and efficiently gather customer information, assess and fulfill customer needs and educate customers where applicable regarding products and services listed above.
* Ability to handle multiple tasks simultaneously
* Act as interface and facilitator between members and provider offices
* Professionally handle incoming inquiries from customers regarding benefit eligibility or customer issues.
* Effective outbound call skills to deliver educational messages, collect health data, and critical thinking required to assess, triage, and offer solutions.
* Be dependable and meet all attendance requirements.
* Meet or exceed company performance metrics including: availability on phone, occupancy, attendance, call handling quality, call documentation and routing on all calls handled, and adhering to all Regulatory Compliance requirements.
* Ability to provide solutions to customers while maintaining compliance and service objectives