Delta Dental of Michigan, Ohio, and Indiana is a leader in dental benefits, plus so much more.
We improve oral health through benefit plans, advocacy and community support, and our corporate giving builds healthy, smart, vibrant and inclusive communities. We devote our time, talents and financial resources to improve oral and overall health, and we invest in initiatives that support youth, education, workforce and economic development.
We are a force for good--part of the reason why employees find working at Delta Dental fulfilling.
Delta Dental companies nationwide comprise the Delta Dental Plans Association, which provides coverage to more than 80 million Americans and operates two of the nation's largest networks of participating dentists.
For more, visit www.deltadentalmi.com and www.buildingbrighterfutures.com, and apply online at www.deltadentalmi.com/careers.
Primary Job Responsibilities:
Assists in maintaining department processes, procedures, and templates.
Supports coordination of internal and external activities including scheduling meetings, capturing and reporting meeting minutes, tracking requests and responses, proofreading reports, assistance with board material creation and review, issue monitoring and reporting, and project tracking.
Assists in assigned duties for conducting internal audits, including planning, data collection, interviewing, observing and testing, process evaluation, developing conclusions, and providing feedback on corrective action plans.
Assists with investigations and assessments of compliance with applicable federal and state laws, rules, regulations, and guidelines, client and payer contracts, internal policies, procedures, and practices.
Participates in identifying, verifying, documenting and communicating risk.
Maintains documents and records according to the corporate record retention policies, best practices, and departmental standards.
Participates in the evaluation and improvement of sampling methods and composition, audit criteria and procedures, documentation, manuals, and records and assists in the tracking and reporting of departmental dashboard elements.
Supports the internal audit analysis team by providing claims accuracy and client audit assistance, front end audit administration, problem initiation, and compilation of dashboard results.
Perform other related assigned duties as necessary to complete the Primary Job Responsibilities as described above.
This internship is scheduled to start Fall Semester 2021.
Position requires some level of college to have been completed, and must be currently enrolled in an undergraduate program. Experience in accounting, auditing, compliance, quality monitoring, risk management, or operations preferred.
Position requires basic knowledge of word processing and spreadsheet applications; effective verbal and written communication skills; strong organization and analytical skills; and the ability to work independently and as part of a team.
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or veteran status.
Delta Dental of Michigan and its affiliates in Arkansas, Indiana, Kentucky, New Mexico, North Carolina, Ohio and Tennessee collectively are among the largest dental plan administrators in the nation. In 2017, the enterprise paid out $3.7 billion for dental care for 13.3 million members. Offices are located in Okemos and Farmington Hills, Michigan; Sherwood and Little Rock, Arkansas; Indianapolis, Indiana; Louisville, Kentucky; Albuquerque, New Mexico; Raleigh and Charlotte, North Carolina; Columbus, Cleveland and Cincinnati, Ohio; and Nashville, Knoxville and Memphis, Tennessee.