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Senior Corporate Counsel

Company Name:
CareCore National
Job Description:
We are currently seeking an experienced health plan commercial transactions attorney to join its legal department. Preferred candidates will have strong academic credentials, with experience in the health care industry, with demonstrated expertise in the health insurer/public sector managed care space. This in-house counsel must be capable of working independently in a fast-paced environment, while managing effectively multiple projects and competing priorities.
The successful candidate will have a demonstrated ability to analyze, negotiate and draft complex commercial contracts that are subject to a myriad of federal, state and local statutes, regulations and administrative rules. He or she will be expected to identify developments, issues and situations that require internal collaboration with other in-house counsel, compliance professionals and/or representatives of business units or other corporate functions, or consultation with outside counsel. There is a strong preference for a lawyer with substantial experience in the Medicare and Medicaid programs, and with health care provider, commercial vendor, and technology vendor contracts. The position will involve extensive contact with senior management and with representatives of the business units and corporate functions across the organization in multiple offices. Periodic travel may be required.
, External Job Requirements:
Must be a graduate of an accredited law school and admitted and in good standing with an appropriate state bar. 5-10 years experience in health law including managed care, provider networks, state regulatory requirements, and professional license requirements. Familiarity with risk-bearing contracts, URAC and NCQA standards is a plus. Proven outstanding logical and analytical skills and excellent written and verbal communication skills a must.
Requisition Number: 498
City: Bluffton
State: South Carolina
Job Title: Senior Corporate Counsel
Area of Interest: Legal

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