To bill, process adjustments, collect on accounts, and/or perform customer service duties to ensure that monies due University Hospital are secured and paid in a timely manner and the AR outstanding days of revenue are kept to a minimum. Assignment will be flexible depending on payor mix, patient flow, and workload fluctuations.
Two years of recent (within the last 5 years) experience billing or collecting healthcare accounts in a business office; OR
Four years of general collection, billing or customer service experience; OR
Equivalent combination of education and experience
Certified Revenue Cycle Specialist (CRCS) is required within one year of hire
Perform all duties in a manner which demonstrates the ability to work in a collaborative, self-managed, and self directed work-team environment
Must be able to perform the essential functions of the position with or without accommodation
Microsoft Office Suite experience in Windows environment with skill in document production using WORD, spreadsheet construction in EXCEL
Experience in billing Hospital claims or UB-04 claims
Knowledge of and experience in interpreting managed care contracts.
Familiarity with DRG, CPT, HCPC and ICD-9 codingTyping 45 wpm
Ability to use multiple system applications
Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively verbally or in writing
Demonstrated ability to prioritize and accomplish multiple tasks in a fast paced environment; consistently adhering to defined due dates
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