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General Purpose:

At Central Health Plan, a Bright HealthCare company, our Customer Service Representative will assist and respond to all Medicare (to include MAPD and DSNP) members’ requests, questions, and concerns in a timely and professional manner; to function as a liaison/service coordinator between Central Health Medicare Plan, members, and contracted IPAs/providers when applicable.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Be at work/cubicle timely based on the work schedule on file and ready to handle incoming customer calls and assignments professionally; must follow company and department guidelines for all time off/vacation/overtime requests, especially during enrollment season
  • Provide general telephone customer service assistance to both MAPD and DSNP members and providers in a professional manner and provide precise and timely responses;
    • Inform Member Services Supervisor on any questions or issues encountered over the phone with members, and any/all member questions or operation related questions before supervisory personnel provide further direction
    • Assist with contacting/faxing provider offices when appropriate as part of the general assistance
    • Check all voicemail and emails timely
  • Write detailed and precise member phone log for each call received and called out and all department assigned functions which require documentation; select the appropriate call category accurately and ensure the consistency of all call log entries; notify any supervisory personnel when help is needed
  • Assist with member enrollment and disenrollment outbound contact/research and maintenance of member files, hard copy and all telephone communication must be kept in system and in member file.
  • Coordinate the assembling and mailing of welcome packets, ID cards, and all other applicable letter/notices to members when is needed
  • Identify and research issues and requests of current members. Communicate both verbally and in writing in a clear and concise manner based on the current policies and guidelines of CMS and Central Health Medicare Plan.
  • Assist with D-SNP member calls as appropriate; CHMP CSR guides DSNP members via telephone when necessary to contact his/her social worker or Medi-Cal
  • Plans (FFS or HMO managed care) and provides all available resources such as toll free numbers for local SSA office, Medi-Cal offices, and other community contact phone numbers; CSRs do not assist with share of cost issues, balance billing, or eligibility reinstatement directly but if necessary, CSR can assist DSNP members via
  • 3-way call to appropriate entities to receive additional assistance.
  • Responsible for the intake of member grievances, appeals, coverage determination (including pharmacy), and general complaints expressed verbally or in writing;
  • Coordinate with the handling Level 3 Coordinator and/or Member Services
  • Supervisor in ensuring the timely filing of all cases. Carefully document and file the receipt of issues and action (s) taken from all responsible parties; Follow up of each grievance/appeal/determination case with QM Department until cases reach resolution/closure; Contact member and provider regarding Plan’s decision on requests/issues when applicable
  • Be familiar with Department P & P, Plan benefits, internal guidelines, applicable
  • CMS regulatory references, and other applicable department resources provided by supervisory and management personnel; attend all in service and training sessions provided in house and be able to demonstrate good understanding of all such training
  • Responsible to complete and handle assigned logs, tasks, member related surveys, and assist with all department projects as needed
  • Assist Community Outreach and Education Department and Wellness Centers with event RSVP and other assignments as needed, including attending off site member orientation or member presentation
  • Develop a working relationship with the other departments within the organization
  • Cooperate with supervisory and management personnel on all auditing related criteria, department policies and guidelines, and implement changes when needed to achieve department goals


  • Must have at least High School diploma
  • Bilingual and fluent in Vietnamese - required, language will be tested for fluency
  • Previous customer service skills preferred
  • Computer skills to include word processing and excel
  • Must have strong verbal, written, and interpersonal communication skills
  • Must have excellent customer service skills and demonstrate respect, patience, and helpfulness with customers and co-workers
  • Must be responsible, detail-oriented, and professional
  • Must understand and comply with HIPAA (patient privacy) regulations
  • Prior experience in a customer service environment and/or familiarity with the medical/healthcare industry is preferred but not required
  • Must be eligible to work in the U.S.

This position is in office located in Diamond Bar, CA. 


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Building on Alignment
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