What are the average salary ranges for jobs in the Healthcare - Administrative? There are 32 jobs in Healthcare - Administrative category. Average salaries can vary and range from $29,595 to $419,427. Salary ranges can differ significantly depending on the job, industry, location, required experience, specific skills, education, and other factors... Salaries listed below are U.S. national averages data from January 26, 2024.
Manages the grievance process to review, investigate, document, process, negotiate, and resolve disputed medical, insurance, and other claims. Oversees work activity that is compliant with all regulatory guidelines and policy protocols. Allocates team resources to ensure an effective and balanced case workload. Applies industry standards and uses best practices in the preparation of legal briefs. ... View job details
Coordinates the overall plan of care for patients with mild to moderate emotional and behavioral problems. Oversees patient evaluation and treatment planning, and monitors patient progress, adjusting treatment plans as necessary. Acts as a liaison between patient/family and service delivery personnel to ensure patients are being effectively treated. Typically requires a master's degree in social w... View job details
Manages employees responsible for preparing, storing, and distributing equipment as needed for patient care. Oversees proper sterilization of medical supplies and assembly of equipment. Responsible for inventory records of Central Supply Room. May require a bachelor's degree. Typically reports to a head of a unit/department. Typically manages through subordinate managers and professionals in large... View job details
Conducts technical training programs for end users of EHR (electronic health record) software applications. Determines training objectives and creates lesson plans and other materials needed for training. Configures the training environment to ensure end-users can practice using EHR software both inside and outside of the classroom. Designs and delivers new hire training and ongoing user training ... View job details
Responsible for developing and delivering training programs for clinical health workers. Identifies professional development needs, facilitates training, and conducts in-service sessions. Conducts research to stay current with health care regulations and best practices. Requires a bachelor's degree. Requires certification as an instructor for both ACLS and BLS. Typically reports to a manager or he... View job details
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