Regional Director State Affairs

Molina Healthcare San Antonio , TX 78245

Posted 2 months ago

Job Description:

Job Summary

Identify key issues in current Molina Healthcare markets and draft MHI federal policy initiatives aimed at passing healthcare reforms that would ensure sustainable funding for government-sponsored programs, expansion of those programs, and private-sector participation in the programs.

Knowledge/Skills/Abilities

  • Provide governmental outreach and lobbying efforts related to MMIS and Health IT issues.

  • Identify and develop strategy to address issues which may impact Molina Medicaid Solutions.

  • Operationalize in conjunction with others in PGA and MMS new regulatory requirements related to MMIS and Health IT.

  • Assist in developing policy positions, talking points and other materials as MMIS/Health IT issues emerge.

  • Provide research for issues related to State and Federal MMIS/Health IT policy and other issues in relation to Molina, especially MMS, policy objectives.

  • Represent Molina at a variety of external and internal settings in relation to public policy activities.

  • Analyze reports and drafts responses on the introduction and development of MMIS and Health IT policy initiatives, regulations and legislation.

  • Prepare written communications, policy briefs, testimony, comment letters, position statements and talking points in collaboration with PGA, Legal, MMS and MHI staff as appropriate. .

Job Qualifications

Required Education

Bachelor's degree required - political science, communications, or English major preferred

Required Experience

10 Years; 5 - 7 years in MMIS/health IT environment.

Required License, Certification, Association

Must register as lobbyist in markets as dictated by law

To all current Molina employees: If you are interested in applying for this position, please apply through the intranet job listing.

Molina Healthcare offers a competitive benefits and compensation package. Molina Healthcare is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE) M/F/D/V.


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