Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center Clinical Trial Research Analyst in New York, New York
Clinical Trial Research Analyst
Job Posting Number: 21317
Research – Clinical
July 6, 2018
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The Clinical Research Finance unit within the Office of Research and Project Administration at Memorial Sloan Kettering (MSK) is looking to hire for our newly created position as a Clinical Trial Coverage Analyst. While reporting to the Manager, Clinical Research Budget Analysis you will be responsible for billing compliance activities, providing support to investigators, and study teams initiating and conducting clinical trials. The Clinical Research Coverage Analyst is responsible for performing a comprehensive Medicare Coverage Analysis on clinical research protocols to ensure accurate determinations of research patient care billing compliance and to mitigate risk.
Create, update and maintain a comprehensive database of all Medicare Coverage Analysis grids and systems for tracking the Application of Research Charges (ARC).
Ensure the Clinical Trial Management System (CTMS) is current and accurate by performing data entry and routine updates
Be responsible for approval and sign off on all Medicare Coverage Analysis grids.
Analyze data for accuracy, completeness and relevancy; identifies trends and issues requiring action or further review.
Create ARC worksheets, updates and maintains ARC patient care cost entries to ensure accuracy and compliance with protocols and approved budgets.
Work closely with the Protocol Activation Core to ensure research patient care costs are identified and informed consents are consistent with clinical research protocols, Internal Budgets and External Budgets and Contracts, if applicable.
Work closely with Clinical Research Budget Analysts to ensure research patient care costs are identified and included in internal budgets and external budgets and contracts as applicable.
Develop routine reporting methods to demonstrate volume, quality and timeliness of MCAs to be shared with Department and Center leadership, as requested.
Serve as a primary resource to MSK clinical research personnel, providing recommendations and direction regarding Research Non-Billable determinations in protocols oversight.
Provide information and guidance to MSK investigators, administrators and clinical research staff on questions and issues regarding human subjects’ protection compliance in accordance with the regulations as it pertains to clinical research finances including CMS regulations, research billing practices, budgeting requirements, etc.
Capable of building strong customer relationships and delivering customer-centric solutions
An effective communicator, capable of determining how best to reach different audiences and executing communications based on that understanding
A selfless team-player, eager to work in a collaborative, fast-paced environment
A dedicated administrative professional, accountable for your work, and invested in MSK’s mission
Bachelor’s degree required with at least 2-4 years of experience in clinical research setting.
Thorough understanding of research patient care vs. routine of care treatment.
Thorough understanding and/or experience in patient billing, hospital billing and revenue cycle, and/or Medicare Billing guidelines
Must be able to educate and advise clinical research personnel on the planning and coordination of clinical research protocols
Knowledge of clinical research budgeting is preferred#LI-SB1
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