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JOB TITLE:

Business Analyst II - (Remote position)

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JOB LOCATION:

Denver, CO United States

JOB DESCRIPTION:

Position:  Business Analyst II - (Remote position)

REQ ID: 58957
Direct Client:  State of Colorado - CO HCPF
Job Location:  303 East 17th Avenue Denver, Colorado 80203 

Project duration: 09/19/2022 - 07/01/2025

BA positions are responsible for implementing system changes for the PBMS, Business Intelligence Data Management (BIDM), and Colorado Interchange (iC) related to prescription drug benefits. They will demonstrate expertise in the technical aspects of claims processing, adjudication, eligibility and enrollment, and technical change projects as they relate to the PBMS, BIDM, and iC. Positions will communicate system strategies with various policy and technical staff on various solutions to develop configuration changes to the system. processes and enhancement projects. The BAs collaborate on the technical design of the systems, work with contractors to develop and review requirements and technical specification documents, and review test cases related to system changes. The duties performed by the positions are as follows:

System Change Management: 30% 

Brief Duty Description: 

  • Identifies, initiates, and assures the quality installation of system functionality and change/enhancement projects for the prescription drug claims in the PBMS, BIDM, and Colorado interchange; including all claims and capitation-related system changes, pricing, benefit plans, reference codes, and interface file exchanges.
  • Drafting configuration change management (CCM) documents and reviewing test cases on a large scale related to the PBMS procurement and implementation.
  • Coordinates with pharmacy staff and acts as the project manager for tasks relating to designing or enhancing systems, diagnosing system issues, analyzing test results, and coordinating system procedures related to pharmacy claims processing.
  • Arranges policy staff attendance at system requirement change reviews, system design reviews, test case reviews, and project status reviews when necessary.
  • Serves as the liaison between the Department, PBMS staff, Fiscal Agent staff, and other contractor staff to translate new or revised processes, and coordinates with other sections in the Department to implement system changes.

 

System Analysis: 20%

Brief Duty Description: 

  • Analyzes the business need of projects by researching federal and state regulatory procedures for prescription drug claims processing, pricing, and rebate.
  • Draft system requirements for new and revised processes to integrate pharmacy benefits and programs into various systems and collaborate with other system analysts and vendors in the development, validation process, and review of technical specifications.
  • Review test plans, technical specifications, and test results and provide system documentation for new and revised processes.
  • Assures Medicaid Management Information System (MMIS) and BIDM system changes align with the PBMS functionality and maintains a system of checks and balances to assure that data is consistent, complete, and accurate.
  • Works with providers and managed care organizations related to claim submission in the interchange and PBMS and works with pharmacy staff to ensure that PDL, Appendix P, and Appendix X updates are properly translated into the relevant systems.
  • Assists with the system functions for drug rebate processing.

 

System Testing:20%

Brief Duty Description: 

  • Coordinates testing for the PBMS, BIDM, Colorado interchange, and relevant subsystems related to new or revised processes.
  • Researches testing topics and validate that test results meet the identified functional requirements for the change request.
  • Coordinates with program staff and system staff to review test results to ensure that the system functions as intended.
  • Analyze test results for defect findings and define the remediation process for the test environment while working with the system vendor to ensure that the defects are corrected, fully retested, and approved for production.
  • Create and document test scenarios according to the business requirements.
  • Provide status reports on testing to relevant staff and vendors.

 

Policy Impact Analysis:15%

Brief Duty Description: 

  • Evaluates new and existing system functionality to ensure alignment with program policy requirements and regulations.
  • Provides approval, disapproval, or modification of design documents in consultation with other pharmacy staff.
  • Assesses the impact of the design document across systems by requesting system testing to evaluate its effect on other system areas.
  • Provides support with end-user testing as needed.
  • Examines and analyzes federal and state publications, including proposed rules and laws, to determine if changes are needed for the PBMS, BIDM, or Colorado interchange systems and work with system analysts to formulate the required system change and associated test cases necessary to implement the change.
  • Updates the CMS-required Advance Planning Document (APD) for review and approval when necessary.

 

Operational Monitoring:5%

Brief Duty Description: 

  • Monitors and assures the quality of all assigned projects with Department staff, the fiscal agent, PBMS, BIDM and other vendors to ensure that system changes meet the intent and purpose of the project requirements.
  • Track all assigned system change requests for critical and collaborative change testing needs.
  • Responds and provides technical support to inquiries from Department policy staff, Fiscal Agent staff, CMS staff and others related to assigned subsystems and special projects.

 

Duty: Ad Hoc and Other Duties as Assigned:10%

Brief Duty Description: 

  • Positions assist the Office Director, Deputy Director, and Pharmacy Operations Manager on ad hoc projects and assignments.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.
Qualification Competency Experience
Data Analysis Novice (1-3 Years)  
Windows 10 Proficient (4-6 Years)  
Communication skills both verbal and written Proficient (4-6 Years)  
Integration planning and strategy Novice (1-3 Years)  
Learning ability Proficient (4-6 Years)  
Process Flow Analysis Novice (1-3 Years)  
Project management Novice (1-3 Years)  
Proposal writing Novice (1-3 Years)  
Teamwork Proficient (4-6 Years)  
Microsoft Office Proficient (4-6 Years)  
 

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Position Details

POSTED:

Jan 17, 2023

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S16619904337563342

LOCATION:

United States

CITY:

Denver, CO

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Position:  Business Analyst II - (Remote position)

REQ ID: 58957
Direct Client:  State of Colorado - CO HCPF
Job Location:  303 East 17th Avenue Denver, Colorado 80203 

Project duration: 09/19/2022 - 07/01/2025

BA positions are responsible for implementing system changes for the PBMS, Business Intelligence Data Management (BIDM), and Colorado Interchange (iC) related to prescription drug benefits. They will demonstrate expertise in the technical aspects of claims processing, adjudication, eligibility and enrollment, and technical change projects as they relate to the PBMS, BIDM, and iC. Positions will communicate system strategies with various policy and technical staff on various solutions to develop configuration changes to the system. processes and enhancement projects. The BAs collaborate on the technical design of the systems, work with contractors to develop and review requirements and technical specification documents, and review test cases related to system changes. The duties performed by the positions are as follows:

System Change Management: 30% 

Brief Duty Description: 

  • Identifies, initiates, and assures the quality installation of system functionality and change/enhancement projects for the prescription drug claims in the PBMS, BIDM, and Colorado interchange; including all claims and capitation-related system changes, pricing, benefit plans, reference codes, and interface file exchanges.
  • Drafting configuration change management (CCM) documents and reviewing test cases on a large scale related to the PBMS procurement and implementation.
  • Coordinates with pharmacy staff and acts as the project manager for tasks relating to designing or enhancing systems, diagnosing system issues, analyzing test results, and coordinating system procedures related to pharmacy claims processing.
  • Arranges policy staff attendance at system requirement change reviews, system design reviews, test case reviews, and project status reviews when necessary.
  • Serves as the liaison between the Department, PBMS staff, Fiscal Agent staff, and other contractor staff to translate new or revised processes, and coordinates with other sections in the Department to implement system changes.

 

System Analysis: 20%

Brief Duty Description: 

  • Analyzes the business need of projects by researching federal and state regulatory procedures for prescription drug claims processing, pricing, and rebate.
  • Draft system requirements for new and revised processes to integrate pharmacy benefits and programs into various systems and collaborate with other system analysts and vendors in the development, validation process, and review of technical specifications.
  • Review test plans, technical specifications, and test results and provide system documentation for new and revised processes.
  • Assures Medicaid Management Information System (MMIS) and BIDM system changes align with the PBMS functionality and maintains a system of checks and balances to assure that data is consistent, complete, and accurate.
  • Works with providers and managed care organizations related to claim submission in the interchange and PBMS and works with pharmacy staff to ensure that PDL, Appendix P, and Appendix X updates are properly translated into the relevant systems.
  • Assists with the system functions for drug rebate processing.

 

System Testing:20%

Brief Duty Description: 

  • Coordinates testing for the PBMS, BIDM, Colorado interchange, and relevant subsystems related to new or revised processes.
  • Researches testing topics and validate that test results meet the identified functional requirements for the change request.
  • Coordinates with program staff and system staff to review test results to ensure that the system functions as intended.
  • Analyze test results for defect findings and define the remediation process for the test environment while working with the system vendor to ensure that the defects are corrected, fully retested, and approved for production.
  • Create and document test scenarios according to the business requirements.
  • Provide status reports on testing to relevant staff and vendors.

 

Policy Impact Analysis:15%

Brief Duty Description: 

  • Evaluates new and existing system functionality to ensure alignment with program policy requirements and regulations.
  • Provides approval, disapproval, or modification of design documents in consultation with other pharmacy staff.
  • Assesses the impact of the design document across systems by requesting system testing to evaluate its effect on other system areas.
  • Provides support with end-user testing as needed.
  • Examines and analyzes federal and state publications, including proposed rules and laws, to determine if changes are needed for the PBMS, BIDM, or Colorado interchange systems and work with system analysts to formulate the required system change and associated test cases necessary to implement the change.
  • Updates the CMS-required Advance Planning Document (APD) for review and approval when necessary.

 

Operational Monitoring:5%

Brief Duty Description: 

  • Monitors and assures the quality of all assigned projects with Department staff, the fiscal agent, PBMS, BIDM and other vendors to ensure that system changes meet the intent and purpose of the project requirements.
  • Track all assigned system change requests for critical and collaborative change testing needs.
  • Responds and provides technical support to inquiries from Department policy staff, Fiscal Agent staff, CMS staff and others related to assigned subsystems and special projects.

 

Duty: Ad Hoc and Other Duties as Assigned:10%

Brief Duty Description: 

  • Positions assist the Office Director, Deputy Director, and Pharmacy Operations Manager on ad hoc projects and assignments.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.
Qualification Competency Experience
Data Analysis Novice (1-3 Years)  
Windows 10 Proficient (4-6 Years)  
Communication skills both verbal and written Proficient (4-6 Years)  
Integration planning and strategy Novice (1-3 Years)  
Learning ability Proficient (4-6 Years)  
Process Flow Analysis Novice (1-3 Years)  
Project management Novice (1-3 Years)  
Proposal writing Novice (1-3 Years)  
Teamwork Proficient (4-6 Years)  
Microsoft Office Proficient (4-6 Years)  
 

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