Job Description:
Top Client in need of Senior Claims Supervisor

Job Summary:

This position is one of the professional staff positions in the Claims Department and in the larger Risk & Insurance Department reporting to a Director of Claims. The Senior Claims Supervisor is responsible for directly managing a caseload of the Company’s professional liability. This includes retaining and supervising external and internal claims investigators, defense counsel and regularly interacting with various facility representatives and leaders. Ideally, this individual has experience managing physician practice and hospital claims and litigation management, is familiar with physician practice and hospital operations (including medical staff issues), state malpractice laws, possesses strong negotiation skills and has demonstrated ability to independently problem solve and proactively manage and resolve claims.

Education & Experience:

Bachelor’s degree required
5+ years of experience in claims’ management, in healthcare and preferably in a multi-state environment; knowledge of hospital and healthcare operations required
JD preferred
Defense and trial experience preferred
Certification in risk management or insurance, i.e. CPHRM, ARM, CPCU, etc. preferred
Adjuster’s license in states in which company operates, especially Florida preferred
Must be eligible to apply for and obtain adjuster’s license(s) in assigned jurisdictions required

Why is This a Great Opportunity?
Great Benefits!


This role does not qualify for sponsorship.

To apply for this job email your details to mcastellano@meostaffing.com

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