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A Senior Consultant (II) in the role of Reimbursement Policy Lead on client projects provides direct client consulting services including objective advice, expertise and specialized skills in healthcare reimbursement, policy, and management. The Reimbursement Policy Lead supports Project Directors as key members of project teams in delivering consulting services by leveraging policy and/or financial expertise in areas such as Medicaid financing and revenue maximization, provider reimbursement (physician, hospital, other), state and federal Medicaid reimbursement policy, healthcare taxes, intergovernmental transfers, navigating the shift to value-based payment and/or provider operations. The Reimbursement Policy Lead are responsible for policy guidance, direct service delivery, development of financial estimates, understanding state and federal reimbursement systems, helping clients manage new programs, client satisfaction and new business activities, including attending prospective client meetings.
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