Network Development Representative Salary in Washington, District of Columbia

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Average Salary for Network Development Representative in Washington, District of Columbia

The average salary of a(n) Network Development Representative in Washington, District of Columbia is $63,278.

The average hourly rate of a(n) Network Development Representative in Washington, District of Columbia is $30.42.

The average bonus of a(n) Network Development Representative in Washington, District of Columbia is $8,821.00.

Job Description:

Builds effective provider networks by negotiating contractual agreements with all provider types that pose a mid- to high-level degree of difficulty to ensure consistency with corporate goals and budget. Acts as a professional resource to answer most contractual questions posed by providers and assists providers with more difficult problems they cannot get resolved through normal channels. Conducts in-services and workshops, responds to ARs in a timely manner, and calls on network providers on a regular basis, or as needed, to ensure provider contract compliance and provider satisfaction. Reports directly to the Network Development Manager. Provides reports to management and/or other plan personnel regarding the progress of provider network development. Monitors and reports significant developments occurring within the provider community to management to ensure company is appropriately advised and strategically aligned on network issues. Acts as point of contact for providers by monitoring and overseeing the implementation of providers in the network as well as providing all the materials and paperwork necessary to participate in networks, such as credentialing and all e-business and electronic services offered by the company to ensure efficiencies, provider satisfaction, and goals of the department for timely setup are met. Less

Builds effective provider networks by negotiating contractual agreements with all provider types that pose a mid- to high-level degree of difficulty to ensure consistency with corporate goals and budget. Acts as a professional resource to answer most contractual questions posed... More

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