US-NJ, Associate Director, Patient and Specialty Services Program Management 228613BR-MZ
Associate Director, Patient and Specialty Services Program Management
US GEN MED
East Hanover, NJ
BD&L & Strategic Planning
The Associate Director, Patient and Specialty Services Program Management is responsible for the following:
Responsible for achievement of business objectives at assigned accounts/vendors.
Oversees assigned program including: vendor management, operational workflows, process improvement, operational excellence, designing & applying performance metrics, contact centers, reimbursement distribution and specialty pharmacy operations, and managing associated budgets.
Functions as an integral part of the PSS team. Ensures planning and execution in achieving business objectives and targets, and cross functional alignment with key stakeholders.
Performs quarterly vendor business reviews to identify program successes and opportunities for improvement. Provides quarterly recommendations in the areas of:
Cost efficiencies and/or cost avoidance
Quality of services provided to Client by external suppliers.
Project manages any program implementation/enhancement through the entire process; may include Governance Board and/or MAP submissions and POP oversight.
Continuously evaluates program processes and implement identified improvements.
Coordinates and aligns multiple vendors assigned to various programs.
Manages contracts/task orders and associated budgets, including planning and forecasting
Coordinates and aligns with internal stakeholders.
Manages vendor quality and adherence to program metrics, including complaint tracking and resolution and internal dashboard reporting
The Novartis Group of Companies are Equal Opportunity Employers and take pride in maintaining a diverse environment. We do not discriminate in recruitment, hiring, training, promotion or any other employment practices for reasons of race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, sexual orientation, marital or veteran status, disability, or any other legally protected status.
Bachelor s Degree, preferably in healthcare or business/public administration.
Fluent in English (oral and written).
8+ years background in Patient Services preferred (including specialty pharmacy distribution & capabilities, and managed care knowledge).
Strong interpersonal, communication, influencing, and critical thinking skills. Ability to think strategically while balancing several complex agendas.
Vendor management, program management and project management experience preferred.
Contract/task order writing and management of the complete contract lifecycle.
Knowledge of HIPAA and OIG rulings that impact Patient Services.
Ability to develop, apply and present on required reporting elements.
Excels at interacting with all levels of management.
Strong ability to collaborate and work cross-functionally.
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