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Title: Project Manager Reports to: Senior Director, Practice Transformation and Quality Classification: Individual Contributor Job description revision number and date: 1.1, 10/3/2018
The Project Manager is responsible for managing priority projects based on their strategic or operating importance to the Company. This will include projects to optimize our model of care, improve business operations and leverage the shared value of health centers. In addition, the Project Manager will have project management responsibility for other initiatives and innovations at the Company and across participating primary care providers to meet overall Company goals. Given that C3 is a start-up, this person will work closely with the executive team in prioritizing projects and reporting on their progress.
Title: Program Manager Reports to: Senior Director of Behavioral Health Classification: Individual Contributor Job description revision number and date: v 1.0, 10-4-2018
The Program Manager is responsible for coordinating and managing C3’s adherence contractual requirements for the Health Policy Commission (HPC) contract (the “SHIFT-Care Challenge” grant award) including monitoring Key Performance Indicators (KPI) to ensure the program is meeting or exceeding intended goals
The Program Manager reports to the Senior Director of Behavioral Health and is part of C3’s Office of Practice Transformation and Quality (PTQ).
The SHIFT-Care Challenge award runs between January 2018-June 2020. Ramp-up and build begins September 2018. While the SHIFT-Care Challenge is the focus of the Program Manager, other C3 programs related to the Model of Care may also come under the oversight of the individual in this role.
Job Title: Member Advocate
Reports to: Director, Member Operations
Job description revision number and date: 1.0, 10/12/18
Community Care Cooperative (C3) seeks passionate, talented, and hard-working employees to help transform the health of underserved communities and directly contribute to improving the health and wellness of C3 members. C3 Member Advocates will serve C3 enrollees, helping them navigate the ACO and ensuring they understand their benefits, rights, and responsibilities.
Ideal candidates will deliver exceptional customer service, demonstrate empathy and strong communication skills, thrive in a productive, fast-paced environment, be comfortable fielding inbound calls on a wide range of topics, and placing outbound calls to engage enrollees in appropriate care and C3 programs. C3 is growing, and looking for team members who can adapt as the organization evolves. The successful candidate will be fluent in Spanish.
C3 is a new and innovative Accountable Care Organization (ACO), built around a group of Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs) committed to providing coordinated, holistic, and culturally appropriate care in the communities where they live and work.
Title: Quality Program Manager Reports to: Director of Quality Classification: Exempt Job description revision number and date: 1.1; 10/29/18
C3 is a new, 501(c)(3) not-for-profit, Accountable Care Organization (ACO) governed by FQHCs. Our mission is to leverage the collective strengths of Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHC) to improve the health and wellness of the people we serve.
Reporting to the Director of Quality, the Quality Program Manager will serve as a quality subject matter expert for C3 FQHC-facing staff and FQHC quality leads. The ideal candidate is highly collaborative, detail oriented and organized, interested in healthcare quality improvement, and thrives in a fast-paced start-up environment.
Title: Director Of Information Technology Reports to: COO Classification: Director Job description revision number and date 1.0; 11/10/2018
Community Care Cooperative (C3) is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit, Accountable Care Organization (ACO) governed by Federally Quality Health Centers (FQHC). Our mission is to leverage the collective strengths of FQHCs to improve the health and wellness of the people we serve.
The Information Technology Director is responsible for the overall planning, organizing, and execution of all IT functions. This position provides leadership,day-to-day management and oversight of the organization’s information technology systems, tools and processes, including support and maintenance of existing applications and development of new technical solutions.This position reports to the COO and is also a member of the organization’s Leadership Team. The position serves as the primary contact for IT executives at our partner health centers.The Director of IT also solicits and reinforces constructive and professional relationships with health centers, organizations,companies, and government agencies with which we partner and/or sub-contract for the provision of high quality and cost-effective health care services.
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