Bachelor’s degree in social work, human services or related area preferred from an accredited college or university and at least two years’ experience providing working knowledge of Medicaid home and community-based services, and long-term care services
MAJOR POSITION DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
The incumbent will be assigned to the Enrollment Unit. The Enrollment Unit is tasked with managing functions related to the eligibility and enrollment process for the Fee for Service (FFS) Home and Community Based Service Programs and the Long-Term Services and Supports Managed Care Program, known as Community Health Choices. The Enrollment Team is tasked with management and oversight of the enrollment services contract. The enrollment services vendor is responsible for facilitating the eligibility and enrollment process for individuals applying for Home and Community Based Service Programs administered through OLTL which currently include the Home and Community Based Waiver programs (Community HealthChoices Waiver and OBRA Waiver) and the Act 150 Program. The enrollment services vendor will be responsible for managing enrollments and plan transfers into OLTL’s managed care programs, nursing facilities, and helping to facilitate nursing home transition coordination to ensure that quality, effective and efficient services are provided to participants in their communities.
As a member of the Enrollment Unit, the incumbent will be primarily responsible for:
Review and complete follow up and resolution in regard to eligibility and enrollment related complaints received through the OLTL participant helpline. Calls may be received from, but not limited to, applicants, family members, representatives, advocates, service coordination agencies, MCOs, and other stakeholders.
Respond orally and in writing to enrollment and eligibility inquiries received from the Office of Legislative Affairs, and other Offices.
Use established regulations, policies and procedures to provide guidance and technical assistance to the Independent Enrollment Broker (IEB), service coordinators, Managed Care Organizations, Nursing Home Transition providers and other stakeholders in regard to the eligibility and enrollment process.
Review and evaluate applications for HCBS FFS waivers and Act 150 Program. Complete program denial notice and notice of appeal for applicants that do not meet program eligibility requirements.
Participate in hearings for appeals related to program eligibility determinations and other eligibility and enrollment appeals as required.
Review and analyze Operational Reports received from the Enrollment Services Vendor and the CHC Managed Care Organization for monitoring of contract requirements.
Review and analyze daily, monthly and quarterly reports that identify records with issues/errors that are preventing enrollment into an OLTL LTSS program. Issues/errors include, but are not limited to, records with open facility and waiver codes, ineligible citizenship codes, open enrollment with another program office, inter county transfers, FFS to CHC transfers etc. The incumbent will confirm the issue and complete follow up with appropriate agency or program office including the IEB, SC agencies, MCOs, OMAP Bureau of Data and Claims Management, Office of Income Maintenance, the LIFE Program and others appropriate.
Develop and prepare weekly reports of all tasks and activities.
Use specialized databases such as, but not limited to, Client Information System (CIS), PROMISe, Home and Community Services Information System (HCSIS), Social Administration Management System (SAMS), to ensure enrollments are completed per established regulations, standards and requirements.
Provide technical assistance, policy/procedural and regulatory interpretation to providers; advise supervisor of problems and unusual incidents as appropriate.
Serve on workgroups, comprised of staff from within OLTL or stakeholders from outside OLTL. Committee work may include evaluating policy recommendations, directives and regulations; and assisting with the development of operational manuals, program directives, work plans, system changes, regulations, policies and procedures regarding the eligibility and enrollment process.
Attend and participate in team meetings, division meetings and bureau meetings as scheduled.
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