Supervisory Health Insurance Specialist | Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services


At CMS, we believe that at the core of our organization are the employees that carry out the Agency’s vision of advancing health equity, expanding coverage, and improving health outcomes.


About the role:


As a Supervisory Health Insurance Specialist, you will oversee the development and implementation of cross-model learning programs and analytics and large-scale, Center-wide improvement initiatives.


What you’ll do:


  • Supervises, directs and coordinates the staff and resources necessary for the successful development and implementation of programs and initiatives
  • Interviews candidates for positions in the Division and makes recommendations for appointments, promotions, or reassignments of employees.
  • Serves as an advisor to the directors and executives of various CMS components in the design and execution of cross-model learning programs and improvement initiatives.
  • Provide expertise and advice to partner organizations and internal stakeholders on how to strategically implement programs and initiatives.
  • Monitors complex technical and operational aspects of programs and projects using quality improvement and human centered design tools and processes to ensure successful completion.


Experience we’re looking for:


1) Developing and sustaining networks of health care industry stakeholders to implement, communicate and disseminate health care strategies and initiatives.

2) Collaborating with multiple stakeholders including governmental agencies or non-governmental organizations to develop and implement health policy and program e.g.(federal agencies, states, tribes, clinical experts, experts in policy, health care providers, payers, and beneficiaries.).


3) Using data, quality improvement tools, and human-centered design processes to assess and evaluate performance in and across learning programs.


You MUST apply through USAJOBS to be considered.


To see the full list of qualifications and eligibility criteria, click apply to review the job announcement on USAJOBS.


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