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Medication Access Coordinator

  • Date Needed:  May 2021
  • Type of Position: Full-Time Exempt; Monday through Friday – includes office hours as well as some evenings at the HAU Office and on-site at Safety Net Clinics in Oklahoma City. 
  • Reports to: Executive Director
  • Education: Medical and/or pharmacy background including knowledge of the health care delivery system and best practices in policies, procedures and protocols 
  • Experience: Minimum 5 years
  • Description: The Medication Access Coordinator will oversee our prescription assistance programs that provide medications at no cost for long-term health conditions. Our Cooperative Central Pharmacy improves access to prescription medications for low-income, uninsured individuals facing acute and chronic illnesses. They will embrace working with diverse populations and have an understanding of issues affecting the low-income population, including the limited healthcare options available to the uninsured. They will utilize their knowledge to assist partner Safety Net Clinics and patients achieve optimal medication management.
  • For additional information and application click here.

Patient Services Coordinator 

  • Date Needed:  Summer 2021
  • Type of Position: Full-Time Exempt; Monday through Friday
  • Reports to: Executive Director
  • Education: Nursing or medical background including knowledge of the health care delivery system, limits of practice and broad understanding of disease processes. 
  • Experience: Minimum 5 years nursing or medical background; established relationships with the medical community. Case management experience a plus.
  • Description: HAU coordinates diagnostic testing, specialty consults, and surgical care for low-income, uninsured patients in Oklahoma County. Care Connection is a specialty care referral network administered by the Health Alliance for the Uninsured (HAU). It is composed of a dedicated group of health care specialists, local hospitals, and diagnostic facilities that participate in a coordinated effort to provide specialty care to low-income, uninsured members of our community. The HAU Patient Care Coordinator will ensure all patients get the best possible care. They will advocate for the patient while working with medical professionals to provide efficient and respectful coordination of all donated services.  They will serve as the primary contact for all providers, manage pledges and work with administrative staff to ensure continuity of care. They will embrace working with diverse populations and have an understanding of issues affecting the low-income population, including the limited healthcare options available to the uninsured.
  • For additional information and application click here.