UHealthSolutions has an immediate need for temporary full-time and part-time Member Services Representatives.
We are seeking candidates for several positions within various programs within the Contact Center. These programs are designed to provide outbound and inbound contact center services to various health plans which service a diverse member population. Ideal candidates for this job are those who have experience in a call center environment and/or experience working in a healthcare environment. The Contact Center will be operational 7 days a week 8 am-8 pm. We are looking for candidates who would be available for full- and part-time shifts. Bi-lingual (Spanish) proficient candidates are preferred. These positions are temporary for approximately the next 3-4 months.
The Member Services Representative (MSR) is primarily responsible for responding to and/or directing telephone inquiries from our various program clients. The types of calls may include basic program information, enrollment status, assistance with the application process and clarification of member mailings. The responsibilities of the MSR require a strong emphasis on punctuality and attendance.
Attend our job fair on Tuesday, May 19, 2015, 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. at 100 Century Drive in Worcester, Mass., to learn more and apply.
Unable to attend? Apply online at www.uhealthsolutions.org/careers. Questions? Call us at 508-421-5927.
The Federal Medical Center in Butner, NC is looking for an Operations Manager. FMC Butner is a United States federal prison in North Carolina for male inmates of all security levels who have special health needs. It is part of the Butner Federal Correctional Complex and is operated by the Federal Bureau of Prisons, a division of the United States Department of Justice. It is located near the Research Triangle area of Durham, Raleigh and Chapel Hill.
The Operations Manager will have direct oversight of contract performance specific to institutional specialty clinic services including compliance with current policies and procedures found in the BOP Program Statement P6000 Patient Care Series Policies for Medical and Health Services, Joint Commission Comprehensive Accreditation for hospitals. The Operations Manager is responsible for managing the day-to-day activities of the comprehensive medical services within the contracted Federal of Bureau site in Butner, North Carolina; assisting in evaluating current and proposed systems and recommending changes when necessary; and assisting in implementation of new processes. The Operations Manager is responsible for ensuring and improving the performance, productivity, and efficiency of departmental and organizational operations through the provision of effective methods and strategies.
Charity Grzelecki, call center manager at UMass Medical School affiliate UHeathSolutions, shaved her head after surpassing her UMass Medicine Cancer Walk fundraising goal of $1,000, according to a report on Charter TV3 Worcester News Tonight and New England Cable News.
“I wear my head shaved pretty proudly knowing that it’s a goal that I set for myself and that I achieved,” said Grzelecki, whose donations now top $1,600. “I know it’s going to a worthy cause. That’s what gets me so motivated.”
Each September, the UMass Medicine Cancer Walk brings thousands of individuals together to celebrate their fundraising success at the UMass Medicine Cancer Center of Excellence. In an effort to combat cancer and improve treatments, passionate individuals, businesses leaders, employees and community organizations form teams to raise funds supporting cancer research and care at the UMass Medicine Cancer Center of Excellence.
Grzelecki is a member of the UHealthSolutions Stompers team, which will participate in the 16th annual cancer walk on Sunday, September 28. UHealthSolutions is a nonprofit affiliate of UMass Medical School that provides administrative support to health care organizations.
“We’re so fortunate to have people such as her be a part of our event,” Cancer Walk Sponsorship and Recruitment Manager Beth Whitney said of Grzelecki. Whitney said all of the money supports cancer research and care at the UMass Medicine Cancer Center of Excellence.
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Telegram & Gazette: Dudley woman shaves head after raising $1,000 for Worcester cancer walk
Are you interested in customer service? Do you enjoy helping people?
Would you like to work in a fast-growing call center in Worcester, MA?
If so, UHealthSolutions may have the job for you! We have an immediate need for a Call Center Supervisor.
Strong preference will be given to candidates with at least five years of customer service experience, and at least two years of experience in a leadership role. Bi-lingual candidates with the ability to speak English and Portuguese or English and Spanish are preferred. Visit our Careers page to apply, or call 508-793-1191.
UHealthSolutions is an equal opportunity employer and encourages applications from individuals with varied experiences and backgrounds.
WORCESTER, MA (May 1, 2013) – The first few days and weeks following a child’s diagnosis with autism spectrum disorder can be a confusing and emotional time for parents.
On the heels of a recent Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) survey of parents that indicates 1 in 50 school children has autism, researchers at the University of Massachusetts Medical School and its Eunice Kennedy Shriver Center are launching Discovering Behavioral Intervention: A Parent’s Interactive Guide to Applied Behavior Analysis, a Web based, interactive learning guide for both parents and the professionals who work with children on the autism spectrum.
Discovering Behavioral Intervention, a self-paced, 10-module learning guide, uses real-life situations to help inform parent decision-making and provides a comprehensive understanding of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA). ABA is a proven, scientific approach to helping children with autism reach their fullest potential.
The course is available through a new subscription-based service called UDiscovering, an online learning platform offering products and tools to help parents and professionals caring for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
“The many demands placed upon parents in the days and weeks following a diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder can be very challenging to manage as they begin to work through the diagnosis with their child,” said Elaine Gabovitch, MPA, a Shriver Center autism expert, and the CDC’s Act Early autism campaign Ambassador for Massachusetts. “Research has shown that Applied Behavior Analysis is a successful intervention strategy that benefits children with autism spectrum disorder. We have developed a resource that allows parents to access the latest research and best practices of Applied Behavior Analysis, as well as learn from other parents like me who have faced the same situation.”
The online training offers parents:
- A one-stop shop for learning about ABA with 24/7 access
- Step-by-step interventions to manage challenging behaviors
- Guidance on how to work with school systems and professionals such as speech, physical and occupational therapists
- Strategies to help parents identify their child’s unique care needs, how to coordinate care and monitor progress
Discovering Behavioral Intervention is the only parent-oriented ABA learning product of its kind. What Rosetta Stone® is to someone learning a new language, Discovering Behavioral Intervention is for a parent who needs to learn ABA for their child. It gives them confidence, a voice, and a language to advocate when working with professional providers and school systems.
Maura Buckley, a mother of two children diagnosed with autism and a member of the UMass Medical School team that developed the course, said the online resource is comprehensive and, most importantly, parent-friendly in its approach.
“In the wake of a new diagnosis, parents are faced with having to make a lot of decisions quickly to provide the best care for their child,” said Buckley. “They are confronted with a blizzard of questions, and advice, along with new terminology and language. As a parent, you’re on a roller coaster – this course helps make sense out of what can be a confusing and overwhelming time.”
Also for Professionals
The training is also a valuable tool for medical, health and educational specialists, helping them work more effectively with families by providing an understanding of ABA from a parent’s perspective.
Affordable and Accessible
Autism cuts across all of society. This product has been priced to make it affordable and accessible to all parents and professionals. Discovering Behavioral Intervention is available at a one-time cost of $299 for a 12-month subscription. During the month of May, the course is being offered at a 20 percent discount to those who opt for the one-time annual subscription. Monthly and quarterly payment options are also available. For more information about the online program, see the website: www.udiscovering.org.
The Shriver Center is part of the UMass Medical School’s Commonwealth Medicine division. Commonwealth Medicine is the health policy and public service arm of the Medical School, and is focused on delivering innovative solutions to improve the health of vulnerable populations.
About UMass Medical School: UMass Medical School, one of five campuses of the University of Massachusetts and the state’s only public medical school, is an academic health sciences center that is part of Massachusetts’ public university system. It is at the forefront of health care delivery, informatics, and public policy formulation, and it is home to Nobel Prize-winning research. With a commitment to using rigorously tested research to make evidence-based recommendations, UMass Medical School reaches beyond the traditional boundaries of academia to establish research initiatives, training programs, and clinical services focusing on special populations.
About the Eunice Kennedy Shriver Center: Established 30 years ago, The Shriver Center is a nationally and internationally recognized research, education, and public service center dedicated to improving the lives of individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. The center joined UMass Medical School in 2000.
Research Funded by National Institutes of Health
Shriver Center researchers and developmental disability experts have been conducting research, funded by the National Institutes of Health (NIH), for many years. NIH grants have been awarded to fund innovative products to help families and professionals support those with intellectual and developmental disabilities, including autism spectrum disorder. These products are developed under the rigorous clinical research guidelines expected by NIH reviewers as a condition of funding.