Job openings for a variety of positions with the NYIA and IPP programs
The New York Independent Assessor (NYIA) program has been established for New York State Medicaid members who want to receive community-based long-term services and supports. NYIA registered nurses conduct a UAS assessment of these individuals to determine whether they qualify for these services. After assessments are conducted, an Independent Practitioner Panel (IPP) composed of physicians, nurse practitioners, and physician assistants will conduct clinical appointments and issue practitioner’s orders for personal care and other services for individuals who have been assessed as being qualified for these services.
Maximus seeks to fill multiple open positions on the NYIA and IPP teams, where you can play a critical role in helping some of the state’s most vulnerable people access services that can help them live longer, more fulfilling lives.
- Nursing Professionals
Maximus is hiring Registered Nurses to fill a variety of positions with the NYIA program. This is a unique opportunity to build your career with a great company that’s making a difference in the lives of New Yorkers in need of vital services.
- Lead Registered Nurse
- Registered Nurse (Hybrid remote)
- Full-Time Nurse Practitioner/Physician Assistant
- Part-Time Nurse Practitioner/Physician Assistant
- Lead Registered Nurse Evaluator
- Nurse Assessors
NYIA nurses meet with Medicaid members by telehealth and in-person to assess how their care needs affect their daily lives. This is a terrific opportunity for experienced home care nurses seeking meaningful interaction with people in the community and an exceptional professional experience.
- Graduate of an accredited nursing program
- Current RN licensure in New York State
- 2+ years home care experience
Complete the interest form and you will be contacted by one of our recruiters to discuss current opportunities.
- Clinical Leaders
Members of the Independent Practitioner Panel (IPP) conduct clinical appointments by telehealth and issue Practitioner’s Orders for Medicaid members who have been assessed as requiring personal care and other services. This is an excellent opportunity for clinicians to exercise their management skills in a hands-on, collaborative, and dynamic work environment.