MEDICAID PROGRAM MANAGER 1--A (MODULARITY PROCUREMENT) New
Function of Work:
To administer small and less complex statewide Medicaid program(s).
Level of Work:
Broad from a higher-level manager/administrator.
May provide functional supervision in accordance with the Civil Service Allocation Criteria Memo.
Location of Work:
Department of Health and Hospitals.
Differs from Medicaid Program Monitor by responsibility for administering small and less complex statewide program(s).
Differs from Medicaid Program Manager 1-B by the absence of supervisory responsibility.
Differs from Medicaid Program Manager 2 by the absence of responsibility for administering medium size and moderately complex statewide program(s).Examples of Work
Supervises the auditing of eligibility enrollment of all Medicaid programs statewide.
Reviews work of eligibility review staff for quality assurance.
Plans, coordinates, and controls small or less complex statewide program(s).
Plans, develops, implements and monitors comprehensive Medicaid program policies.
Conducts and directs studies/special projects pertaining to the programs assigned.
Analyzes the impact of federal, state, and local legislation; advises agency officials; prepares position statements; presents testimony at hearings; writes legislation.
Reviews and analyzes complex data and system reports to ensure compliance with program regulations.
Administers the day-to-day operational functions of the Medicaid fee for service programs. Assures that program policy and procedures are properly applies in accordance with federal and state laws and regulations.
Develops and writes agency rules and regulations governing the administration of all supervised Medicaid programs and submit them for publishing in the official state publication in accordance with the requirements of the Administrative Procedures Act.
Implements Medicaid regulations directing provider participation standards and recipient benefits. Analyzes multi-mullion dollar Medicaid claim data and project the fiscal impact for budget forecasting.
Identifies, verifies and analyzes the various revenue sources for the program(s). Determines and/or confirms match requirements. Monitors availability of revenue sources and promptly identifies existing or potential financing problems.
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