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Are you looking to surround yourself by 160+ fun, energetic, and hard-working people who are dedicated to helping 30,000+ neurologist members worldwide provide the best possible care for their patients with brain diseases like multiple sclerosis, epilepsy, Parkinson’s, migraine, Alzheimer’s, and others? Do you relish the idea of working in a beautiful new office building in downtown Minneapolis’s exciting and vibrant Mill District, just steps from the light rail, major bus lines, walking/biking paths, and countless dining and entertainment options? Your search just ended.
Coordinate efforts to support neurologists in new and emerging payment systems. Support priorities of the AAN’s Medical Economics & Management Committee and guide the medical economics educational plan. Position the Academy as a leader and indispensable resource to members in adapting to the changing practice environment.
The successful candidate will have a health care background and familiarity with physician reimbursement systems. Demonstrated skills in creative problem solving and managing multiple projects, independent decision making, and strong communication (verbal and written) skills. Proven ability to work independently and excellent organizational skills. Advanced computer skills in Microsoft Word, Excel, Access, and Internet are necessary. Marketing/promotion skills are a plus.
- Identify member need and coordinate development of tools and resources to support members in Medicare quality payment programs and other value-based payment programs to help neurologists and their staff thrive in the changing practice environment. Develop communications and provide education about the programs.
- Support the development of neurology alternative payment models and the tools to support member adoption of the models.
- Work with AAN Reimbursement and Coding staff to formulate valuation strategies for alternative payment models.
- Respond to member questions concerning MACRA/Quality Payment Program requirements and implementation strategies, requiring substantial knowledge of practice issues and government regulations.
- Monitor emerging care delivery systems (e.g., accountable care organizations, medical homes) and educate AAN members about opportunities for their practices to redesign the delivery of neurologic care to help members be successful in value-based payment models.
- Actively contribute to cross-functional staff team driving AAN activities around health care payment and delivery reform.
- Provide strategic direction for medical economics educational initiatives, including practice management webinars and other remote learning, as well as courses for in-person conferences.
- Manage speakers’ bureau of experts and content areas, collaborating with staff to provide speakers for state neurological society meetings, grand rounds, etc.
- Related duties as assigned.