The WSIB’s Health Services Division is a key partner in the organization’s strategic transformation initiatives supporting the integration of recovery and return to work of injured and ill workers in Ontario.
Within the Health Services Division, there is a need for a Business Rules Specialist to provide in-depth analysis on health care/labour market re-entry business rules usage, relevance, and opportunities for change/improvement. Identify trends and emerging issues that may impact on rising costs or business processes and evaluate the impact on WSIB’s health care/labour market re-entry business. Review business rule change requests and develop recommendations for implementation.
Lead business rule change request process and develop recommendations for implementation.
Provide in-depth technical analysis on health care/labour market re-entry business rules usage, relevance, and opportunities for change/improvement.
Analyze and resolve complex billing issues raised by internal or external stakeholders.
Identify trends and emerging issues that may impact on rising costs or business processes and evaluate the impact on WSIB’s health care/labour market re-entry business.
Review business rule change requests and develop recommendations for implementation.
1. Research, analyze, test (by developing scripts/scenarios), and monitor new and existing business rules to identify utilization trends and emerging issues/patterns, to evaluate the impact on the WSIB’s health care/labour market re-entry business as it relates to program/service delivery and financial risks, and to identify requirements to change business rules.
2. Prepare detailed and analytical statistical reports for Health Services Management and Labour Market Re-Entry Management/Work Reintegration on analysis results, on organizational impacts and opportunities for continual improvement, and on areas for further analysis including an action plan to address changes to business processes and/or emerging trends/issues by:
3. Act as an expert resource to internal clients on the impacts and financial risks of proposed rule changes and help clients understand the relationships between existing and proposed business rules. Liaise and communicate with internal clients to inform them of new or changed business rules or processes.
4. Participate in the vendor relationship by:
5. Partner with IT to monitor the integrity of PBAS by:
6. Participate in branch or cross-divisional projects by:
7. Partner with Learning and Development/Operations to assist in identifying staff learning requirements/opportunities, to provide feedback on learning evaluation, and to ensure PBAS payment processing and rules administration training is current and accurate.
8. Perform other related duties as required or assigned.
As a precondition of employment, the WSIB will require a prospective candidate to undergo a criminal records name check prior to or at any time following hire.
To apply for this position, please submit your application by the closing date noted above.
We appreciate the interest of all candidates. Due to the volumes of applications we receive, we are only able to contact candidates that are selected to move forward in the recruitment process. The WSIB is an equal opportunity employer.
The WSIB is an equal opportunity employer and provides accommodation for job applicants in accordance with the Human Rights Code and the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act. If you are an individual with a disability and you need accommodation in order to apply for this position, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. If you are invited to participate in the assessment process, please provide your accommodation needs at that time. Please be advised that you may be required to provide medical documentation to the WSIB’s Corporate Health Department so that appropriate accommodation can be provided to you throughout the recruitment process.
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