Apria Healthcare

Apria is a leading provider of home healthcare equipment and related services across the USA, offering a comprehensive range of products and services for in-home care and delivery of respiratory therapy, obstructive sleep apnea treatment, and negative pressure wound therapy, along with additional equipment and services.

Apria is focused on being the industry’s highest-quality provider of home healthcare therapies that require high-touch service, while providing a bridge from the acute care setting to the home and maintaining commitment to being a low-cost operator. Apria offers a compelling value proposition to patients, providers, and payors by allowing patients to receive necessary care and services in the comfort of their own homes, while, at the same time, reducing the costs of treatment. Apria serves nearly 2 million patients through approximately 275 branches. 

Dec 09, 2021
Full time
Apria Healthcare Remote
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES Reviews, analyzes, and redlines third-party regional and national managed care contract documents from initial submission through execution and implementation, including contract comparisons and general compensation analyses ensuring contract and other legal documents reflect managed care strategic goals. Work closely with other departments (Medical Analytics/Reimbursement Systems/Revenue Management and operations) to ensure contractual reimbursement and operational terms are consistent with company’s policies and procedures. Review agreement requests from managed care staff and management clients and determine which agreements are suitable to address clients’ business goals, including Non-Disclosure/Confidentiality Agreements, Business Associate Agreements, Letters of Agreements, supplier agreements, and settlement agreements.  Assists field managed care sales staff by interpreting existing contract language....
Dec 09, 2021
Full time
Apria Healthcare Remote
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES Assists in execution of the company's legal program Drafts and negotiates complex agreements and other high-level documents, which may include revenue-producing contracts for national managed care accounts, stock or asset purchase agreements, real estate leases, equipment purchase or technology licensing agreements and other operational documents. Works cross-functionally with managed care sales and management team, Human Resources department, IT department, Revenue Management, regulatory compliance, operations, and other departments to ensure contractual terms are compliant with legal and regulatory requirements, and company policies and risk preferences. Researches applicable law and legal developments stemming from contract negotiations and related to topics/issues such as managed care, data security, privacy, import/export laws, Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, trademark/patent infringement, Sarbanes-Oxley...