Medicaid Eligibility Examiner 1
||New York State Department of Health
||Medicaid Eligibility Examiner 1
||NYS Department of Health, Office of Health Insurance Programs Division of Health Reform and Health Insurance Exchange Integration Albany, New York
||Candidates must be a current NYS County Department of Social Services employee with permanent competitive status and be eligible to transfer in accordance with Civil Service Law. Candidate must have one (1) or more years of service as a Social Welfare Examiner, Social Services Examiner, Eligibility Examiner 1, Social Services Program Specialist, Senior Clerk, or in a position where the work involves responsibility for performing assignments in connection with determining financial eligibility, categorical classification, continued financial eligibility, and income maintenance. The work must involve the review and evaluation of applications and records, and interviewing with applicants.
||The Division of Health Reform and Health Insurance Exchange Integration is looking to fill multiple positions that will focus on assuming some of the functions currently performed by the Local Departments of Social Services (LDSS) for the Medicaid program. These positions will help ensure that the process of determining Medicaid, Family Health Plus (FHPlus) and Child Health Plus (CHPlus) eligibility is efficiently and effectively transitioned from the LDSS and the participating CHPlus health plans to a centralized processing unit. Within the Division the incumbents will provide support for activities related to expansion and eligibility initiatives implemented through the Enrollment Center; technical assistance on eligibility policy for Medicaid; and perform functions necessary to assume the responsibilities of the LDSS. Specific duties and responsibilities include, but are not limited to: " Assisting in developing operational procedures related to centralizing Medicaid eligibility and renewal activities; " Reviewing documentation concerning original and continued eligibility applications; " Receiving applications either electronically, by mail, telephone or in person for public health insurance and obtaining additional information omitted by applicant; " Determining the need for further fact-finding to avoid monetary loss to the Department and Medicaid Program; " Issuing a client notice explaining the eligibility determinations; " Reviewing cases to ensure that eligibility was determined correctly; " Resolving discrepancies in various data match processes; " Ensuring systems are operated in a manner consistent with federal and state statute and regulations; " Assisting in the implementation of policy and regulation changes; " Preparing formal communication regarding program administration; " Working collaboratively with other DOH program areas to identify and discuss administrative changes, recommendations and suggestions to improve operations and solve problems; " Identifying the program the applicant is eligible for, i.e. Medicaid, Child Health Plus, Family Health Plus, etc.; and " Researching applicant status, prior history and payment history, utilizing various data storage and retrieval systems.
|Conditions of Employment
||Permanent appointment, full-time.
||Submit resume to Human Resources Management Group, RD/MEE1/LDSS, Room 2217, Corning Tower Building, Empire State Plaza, Albany, New York 12237-0012, or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org, or by fax to (518)473-3395 with a subject line RD/MEE1/LDSS. Resume must clearly state how you meet the minimum qualifications as stated above. Vague or missing information could result in your being disqualified for consideration for these positions. Human Resource Administration employees are asked to supply a copy of their Civil Service history, which can be obtained from your Personnel/Payroll Office. Applications will be accepted until the positions are filled.
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An affirmative action/equal opportunity employer. Women, minorities and people with disabilities are encouraged to apply.
||MEE1 LDSS VARIOUS
||January 31, 2014