110579 - OCAA Admin Specialist
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#110579 OCAA Admin SpecialistFiling Deadline: Thu 9/23/2021
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UCSD’s Office of Coverage Analysis Administration (OCAA) is dedicated to ensuring billing compliance for clinical research. A coverage analysis harmonizes the clinical trials protocol, budget, contract and informed consent to determine what is billable to insurance based on federal/state billing regulations including Medicare’s National Coverage Decision (NCD) 310.1 as well as other third-party billing rules. It ensures consistent application of Medicare rules across studies, and consistent application of study documents. The office works with other key offices, including the Human Research Protection Program and the Office of Clinical Trials Administration to assure harmonization of regulatory and budgetary processes in clinical trials.
Under direct supervision of the OCAA Director, the OCAA Admin Specialist provides extensive analytical and administrative support to the Office of Coverage Analysis Administration. The position serves as a member of the OCAA team and independently manages various deadlines and workload while providing prompt customer service. Provides data management and analysis, project management, and policy/audit and compliance support. Manages information in internal databases ensuring data integrity, consistency, and effectiveness.
Responds to data requests via understanding and utilization of various UCSD systems (i.e. HRPP, iShare, etc.). Responsible for proactively solving problems, informing appropriate individuals, and ensuring proper follow-up. Provides OCAA administrative support for OCAA team members, faculty, consultants, and external parties/clients. Responsible for managing the departments' main phone line and inbox, serving as the central help desk for OCAA activities. Additional duties include the review of clinical trial protocols submitted to OCAA and identify key procedures required by the protocol and associated study documents, creating a procedure grid.
Four (4) years of related experience, education/training, OR a Bachelor’s degree in related area.
Ability to read and comprehend complex materials. Ability to read and comprehend clinical trial documents.
Knowledge in medical terminology.
Excellent writing and oral communication skills (clarity, sentence / paragraph construction and grammar, et cetera).
Skills in problem solving, multi-tasking, working with frequent interruptions, and is an effective listener.
Strong attention to detail.
Proficiency with office equipment and knowledge of standard office software. Proficient in Excel.
Demonstrated ability and desire to learn; curiosity around the research activities in which they are involved.
Human subjects, and animal care and use: academic training in the biological or social sciences, humanities or bioethics.
- Basic knowledge of institutional clinical trial guidelines and Medicare's Clinical Trial Policy 310.1.
- Employment is subject to a criminal background check.
- Occasional overtime may be required.
Job offer is contingent on successful engagement in the UC COVID-19 Vaccination program (fully vaccinated with documented proof or approved exception/deferral).
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