Facility: Supply Chain Service Center
Department: STRATEGIC SOURCING CONTRACTG
Schedule: Full Time
Work among the best. Academic medical centers like The University of Kansas Hospital are at medicine's frontier, providing more options and more hope to our patients. Employees in our administrative positions play a vital role to the success of the organization. Many times, these are the first people that our customers come in contact with, or are the people that our customers rely on to provide directions, medical or financial assistance or confide in for personal needs. As such we value your knowledge and interaction with the customer that enhances their overall experience at our hospital, and makes this a great place to work. The hospital offers very competitive wages and an outstanding benefit package.
We currently have an opening for a Senior Contract Analyst. This position is responsible for the Hospital's contracting process, including contract drafting, review, and negotiation of contract terms and conditions. Position ensures that contracts include appropriate provisions in compliance with Hospital policy, accreditation standards, and federal and state healthcare program regulations. The position supports departments across the organization, at all levels of leadership, and requires the ability to work under tight deadlines and provide creative solutions to resolve conflict with external parties. The successful candidate will be a seasoned contracting professional with excellent analytical and project management skills, who is equally effective as an individual contributor and a team player.
Bachelor's degree required; Master's degree in Business Administration or Health Services Administration, or other related field preferred.
Minimum of three years contracting experience required.
Healthcare contracting experience preferred; additional experience in other areas of healthcare, including managed care, physician's office, or hospital preferred.
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