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Medicaid service coordinators help link patients with services they need to improve their quality of life. In these positions, coordinators advocate their patients and help them find resources they need to achieve a better quality of life.
Working closely with Medicaid recipients, service coordinators ensure their clients receive all the appropriate benefits they qualify for, including local, federal and charitable services. This includes finding services for their clients and helping them to complete the required paperwork.
To qualify for Medicaid service coordinator jobs, candidates need at least an associate’s degree in human services, social services, nursing or a related field, however, bachelor degrees are usually preferred. Excellent interpersonal skills are a must, because Medicaid service coordinators work closely with their clients, and many times, clients may choose their coordinator. Outside of working with clients, Medicaid service coordinators also deal with professionals across the healthcare spectrum both directly and remotely, so good oral and written communication skills are vital.
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