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Network Development Coordinator

Company Name:
Liberator Medical Supply
The following position requirements apply to the employment opportunities directly below:
High School Diploma or Equivalent required; Information Technology training or degree in related field and/or 2 years experience in the Visual Studio and SQL environment preferred.
Network Development Coordinator - primary focus is to support the VP of Network Development in securing participating provider agreements with new payers, obtaining gap-exception authorizations with out-of-network payers, and auditing insurance verification's completed by Insurance Verification Representatives. Other tasks and duties as assigned.
Company: Liberator Medical Supply, Inc. is one of Americas fastest growing, leading national providers of direct to consumer medical supplies, with a prime focus on sterile urinary catheters and urological supplies. Liberator also is a leading provider of Ostomy and Post- Mastectomy supplies. We specialize in servicing patients covered by Medicare, Medicaid and private health insurance. Liberator Medical Supply, Inc. is a wholly owned subsidiary of Liberator Medical Holdings, Inc. (LBMH) based in Floridas Treasure Coast on the Atlantic side in Stuart, Florida; Liberator is conveniently located to the Bahamas, Orlando, Miami, and the Florida Keys. We are a rapidly growing, well financed and profitable company providing services to meet the enormous medical supply demand from the aging baby boomer population.
Benefits: Liberator offers a generous benefits package that includes fully paid medical, dental, and life insurance benefit options and low cost vision care, supplemental insurance options through AFLAC and a Paid Time off Program.
Liberator Medical is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Follow HR on Twitter: www.twitter.com/LibMedJobs; If you are interested in Employment with Liberator Medical Supply, Inc. please submit your Resume/Application to: or Fax your resume to 772-463-3816 or contact HR at 772-324-3285 for more information.

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