This person in this position will review all health care and disability insurance plan agreements to make sure they meet our new network adequacy rule, which takes effect on May 26. Under the new rule, all health plans must:
- Have an adequate number of medical providers and facilities to support delivery of and access to covered services without unreasonable delay.
- Provide access to care in a timely manner and within reasonable proximity.
- Ensure that medical providers who serve predominately low-income, medically underserved individuals (called, Essential Community Providers) are included, based on the needs of the population served.
This position requires a bachelor's degree and two years' experience working with the insurance industry or regulation of the insurance industry, and with contracts and databases.
We will start reviewing applications on May 19. Read more about the position, including how to apply, on careers.wa.gov.