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Caring. Accountable. Innovative… Want to be a part of something that makes a real difference in the world while gaining valuable experience? Our internship program provides you with the unique opportunity to work within and positively affect one of America’s most dynamic healthcare companies. You will also gain critical experiences to support you in a successful career.
This May, an Anthem intern will spend a 10-week paid internship as part of Government Business Division as a Network Management Consultant within the DSRIP strategy team. As part of the team, you will assist Anthem in ensuring we drive better health outcomes and improve the quality of care our members receive. The intern will learn about the different value based payment arrangements and help us drive our provider network into a program. Intern responsibilities include, but are not limited to assist in the implementation and the development of value based strategies for NY Medicaid professional provider network. Prepare and maintain project plans and schedules inclusive of tasks, timelines, resources, milestones, dependencies, and assumptions. Evaluate and monitor performance and efficiency of project plan to ensure that implementation meets targeted timelines. You will have the opportunity to collaborate with multiple Medicaid business divisions on status, communication and next steps of project.
As an Anthem intern, you will gain valuable professional experience as you work on challenging and interesting assignments throughout the summer. You will have the opportunity to work with and learn from many talented professionals in the health care industry. Anthem interns have the important task of supporting Anthem in its mission of cultivating an inclusive workplace and contributing to suggestions and practices that support Anthem being a workplace that is welcoming to all. The program is designed to grow today’s young leaders by strengthening your understanding of the health care industry, supporting you in your personal advocacy and career goals, and preparing you for future professional opportunities.
This position will be located in New York, NY. To qualify for the program, you must be enrolled in a graduate program at an accredited university or college and have a 3.0 or above grade point average. Intern candidates will need to demonstrate a blend of talents and skills including:
- Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
- Microsoft Suite knowledge
- Strong excel and power point skills preferred
- Good time management skills
- Ability to work independently as well as on a team
- Project management experience a plus