Employment Opportunities

IHA is committed to providing equal opportunities for all employees and applicants. As a federal contractor, we take affirmative action to employ and advance women, minorities, protected veterans and individuals with disabilities.

Current Opportunities

Medical Malpractice Claims Supervisor (Naperville)

The Illinois Health and Hospital Association seeks a Claims Supervisor for its IHA Insurance Solutions division. We offer comprehensive programs to effectively manage professional and general liability exposures for hospitals and physicians. With our exclusive focus on health care and our expertise in Illinois law and regulations, our programs are designed to assist clients in improving quality of care, reducing risk and controlling costs.  

Responsible for the management of medical professional liability claims and litigation for IHA affiliates which include the Illinois Provider Trust, Illinois Risk Management Services and Medical Alliance Insurance. Manages the professional and general liability claims for assigned healthcare systems, hospitals and physicians. Provides on-site client services, develops and presents educational programs and collaborates with risk management staff on identification and mitigation of risk management issues.

Bachelor’s degree and JD or medical professional liability claims experience, required. Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite and excellent verbal and written communication skills, required. Must possess analytical and critical thinking skills and be a team player who can manage multiple projects. Routine travel is required.

We offer a competitive salary with an excellent benefits package. Qualified candidates must apply online: Click here to apply.

Equal Opportunity Employer - race, sex, veteran or disability status, gender identity, sexual orientation.

Posted: 2/19/19


Information Security Officer (Naperville)

The Illinois Health and Hospital Association seeks an Information Security Officer. The Information Security Officer is responsible for the design, oversight, and ongoing management of the information security program, including policies, procedures, technical systems, and workforce training in order to maintain the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of data within all of Company’s Information Systems.

If, in the opinion of the Information Security Officer, information security policies and procedures are not being followed or information security concerns are not being adequately addressed, the Information Security Officer shall convey that information to the most appropriate individual, in his or her opinion, including the Vice President, Information Technology; the Chief Compliance Officer; the General Counsel; or the President/CEO.

Bachelor’s Degree in Information Systems, Computer Science, Health Information Management, or other relevant field. Five years’ experience in information security required, with a strong preference for experience with health information. Security certification required: Certified Information System Security Professional (CISSP), Certified Information Systems Manager (CISM), Certified in Healthcare Privacy and Security (CHPS), or similar certification. Work experience preferred with federal and state privacy and security laws, regulations, and accreditation standards for maintaining information security and confidentiality preferred. Knowledge of technical infrastructure security components and integrated, computerized rules-based systems a must.

We offer a competitive salary with an excellent benefits package. Qualified candidates must apply online: Click here to apply.

Equal Opportunity Employer – race, sex, veteran or disability status, gender identity, sexual orientation.

Posted: 2/1/19


Manager, Patient Financial Services (Naperville)

The Illinois Health and Hospital Association seeks a Manager, Patient Financial Services. Patient Financial Services (PFS) builds and strengthens relationships with participating hospitals across the wide range of disciplines that comprise the revenue cycle. PFS works closely with government agencies, contractors, and payers to address hospitals’ collective revenue cycle concerns, often proposing administrative solutions that minimize costs throughout the healthcare system. These advocacy efforts support hospitals’ own commitment to regulatory compliance, customer service, administrative and operational efficiency, and good business practices.

The Manager will provide technical assistance to members on advanced revenue cycle issues; interface with governmental and third-party payers to ensure timely resolution of hospital operational concerns; research and write membership communications on revenue cycle topics; provide staff support to the Committee on Patient Financial Services (PFS) and its Subcommittees and workgroups; and coordinate PFS department initiatives to meet member hospitals’ revenue cycle needs.

Bachelor’s degree required. Three to five years of related work experience, with technical knowledge of hospital revenue cycle operations required. Excellent presentation skills with the ability to communicate information to key stakeholders in a professional and articulate manner. Excellent analytical, written and verbal communication skills. The ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously. Must have an inherent commitment to service excellence, collaboration, and teamwork.

We offer a competitive salary with an excellent benefits package. Qualified candidates must apply online: Click here to apply.

Equal Opportunity Employer – race, sex, veteran or disability status, gender identity, sexual orientation.

Posted: 12/10/18

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