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Chronic Management Specialist


  • NO evenings, weekends or holidays!

  • Work with a great team!

  • Senior level Medical Assistant



Our culture will provide you with flexibility and continuous career development. Be authentically recognized at work and find your sense of purpose with us in a critical specialty that affects patients’ quality of life. Devoted staff are essential to our patient care model. We’ll work hard and take care of each other while providing the best care for our patients.

Let us provide a customized employee experience for you! We encourage teambuilding, collaboration, and creating a fulfilling work life. You don’t need prior experience if you are ambitious, hardworking, and dedicated. Come join our evolved workplace where we embrace physical wellbeing, a positive vibe, meaningful work, and happiness. Kind, caring people who want to be part of an INSPIRED team. Come learn with us - you'll love it!



Support the development of patient-centered, team-based care primarily via text and phone. The goal is to provide assistance for the many non-face-to-face interactions that are needed to optimally manage multiple chronic conditions.  Although based out of one of our larger clinics, this role will support patients across the practice.   



Starting pay is commensurate with knowledge, skills, abilities, and experience.
Medical, dental, vision, life, disability, 401k, PTO, and paid holidays along with a PTO cash out option after one year of employment.



High school diploma or equivalent.
Completion of a medical assistant or LPN program.
3 years of experience in managing/improving health outcomes of patients with comorbidities (i.e. diabetes, arthritis, hypertension, kidney disease)



  • Support Providers in managing their panel of patients using a population management informatics tool.

  • By gathering and organizing patient data, work to identify patients’ unmet needs, engage patients in their own care using AI and digital tools, gather summary information for treatment interventions, and enhance ongoing communication between the patient and the care team.

  • Coordinate case management activities relating to chronically ill patients across the continuum of care including: community resources, consultant referrals, home care, medication adherence, support biometric health monitoring, and quality gap closure.

  • Interact with patients using state of the art digital technology and streamlined patient communication tools.

  • Develop a keen understanding of nephrology practice requirements for optimal, coordinated population health.

  • Contribute to quality improvement and care redesign of population health efforts generally for Medicare but non Medicare patients may also participate.



Computer savvy and comfortable learning new programs/platforms
Medicare knowledge
Bilingual (Spanish)
CPR/BLS Certificate.
CMA certification.
Ability to multitask, strong attention to detail, and follow through on tasks.
Strong interpersonal skills with ability to get along with others.
Experience with eClinical Works (eCW).



Work is performed in a busy clinic environment.  Frequent contact with employees, patients, providers and outside agencies. Working under stress and use of telephone required. Manual dexterity required for use of computer keyboard. Combination of sitting, standing, bending, stooping, and twisting. 


Western Nephrology is a DRUG FREE WORKPLACE and an Equal Opportunity Employer. We provide equal employment opportunity to all qualified individuals regardless of race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, citizenship, veteran status, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information, or any other factor protected by applicable federal, state or local law.


Western Nephrology, the premier Nephrology practice in the Denver Metropolitan area, began business in 1968 caring for people with kidney disorders. Today, Western Nephrology provides consultative services at numerous hospitals along the Front Range communities. The practice is comprised of 14 board certified Nephrologists at 5 clinics treating patients for a variety of nephrological conditions including acute kidney injury, hypertension, chronic kidney disease and End Stage Renal Disease. In addition to their hospital work, its providers and staff care for patients at nephrology clinics, dialysis clinics and rehabilitation centers.

Salary: $23.00 - $28.00 per hour

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