United Urology is the premier urology practice in the country, offering the most state-of-the-art urology care available nationwide. Composed of 150 of the nation’s top urologists, United Urology features the convenience of over 50 office locations in Maryland, Tennessee, Colorado, Arizona and Delaware. In addition, 19 of these locations contain ambulatory surgery centers, staffed by board-certified anesthesiologists. Our physicians, together with our specialty-trained nurses, technicians and highly-dedicated patient care staff, are committed to providing adult patients with outstanding urologic care, personalized for each patient.
Our mission is to provide compassionate, ethical medical and surgical care in a comfortable and supportive environment. As one of the "Top 100 Best Places to Work in Health Care" and voted a “Best Place to Work” by multiple organizations, we maintain our exceptional patient care and culture by selecting the best people in our field, promoting a healthy and respectful environment, and serving the community through our outreach programs and events.
We are looking for a licensure and certification expert to support our nursing and revenue cycle leadership. The Licensure and Certification Analyst is responsible for monitoring and managing the licensure process for new ASCs being built across UUG. This includes the management of AAAHC relationships, internal customers, and project management of regulatory requirements needed prior to opening.
- Implements process tracking, following, and applying all steps in the certification process for a new ASC
- Reviews and analyzes licensure requirements for each new ASC
- Maintain relationships with vendors, regulatory bodies, and other departments within UUG
- Maintain and audit RN Files for all ASCs
- Manage transfer agreements for all ASCs
- Prepare applications, filings, forms, and correspondence in the areas of licensure, accreditation, credentialing and enrollment
- Create and maintain a centralized resource or “playbook” of the applicable requirements for each state
- Review and audit all ASC Bi-Laws for new sites
- Schedule meetings for ASC Credentialing and take minutes in meetings
- Maintain and audit ASC policy and procedures
- Manage and submit all required data for compliance with state law
- Investigate reporting requirements and collaborate with UUG resources to setup data extraction timelines to meet filing deadlines
- Coordinate the ASC Urologist and Anesthesiology privileges
- Other Duties as Assigned.
- Bachelors degree or greater in related field, or equivalent education and experience.
- Minimum of five years of experience working credentialing and licensure requirements
- Experience in a private practice growth orientated setting is preferred
- Experience with excel, databases, and other technical equipment and