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Are you passionate about helping people? Are you a strong patient advocate? Are you born to educate and champion for the rights of others? The Insurance Specialist – Special Needs Plans position is instrumental in educating dialysis patients about the complexities of health insurance. The Insurance Specialist – Special Needs Plans acts as a patient advocate, championing a patient’s rights to choose their healthcare providers and insurance coverage. In addition, the Insurance Specialist – Special Needs Plans helps alleviate a patient’s financial stress of being on dialysis by identifying various options for obtaining health care coverage.
The ideal candidate must have strong interpersonal skills and be a great communicator. This person will be a highly organized, self-driven, problem solver, comfortable working autonomously, and above all, passionate about patient education and advocacy.
This position is remote within the Bakersfield area. The ideal candidate will be located in Bakersfield.
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