ASST DIR PFS HOSP REV CYC SUPP
Department: University Hospitals
Full/Part Time/PRN: Full-Time
Experience and Education
systems and processes including the healthcare revenue cycle, payer contracts and applicable rules and regulations affecting reimbursement for healthcare services. Strong understanding of scheduling, registration, charging, billing and collections. Proven record of identifying process improvement opportunities. Requires
strong negotiating, analytical and organizational skills as well as the ability to be flexible with changing needs and deadlines; the ability to interact and communicate both verbally and in writing with all levels of associates, management and patients.
Meets or exceeds financial goals and objectives of the department. Ensures that monthly cash collection goals are achieved; including maximizing collection productivity and ensuring that cash is posted to the appropriate account level accurately/timely; and that over- payments and duplicate payments are refunded as appropriate according to policy.
Provides management, development and guidance to those within the applicable roles of Patient Financial Services and Patient Access Services providing support to Hospital Based Services Clinics/Depts Effectively works as project lead in the planning and initiation stages with regards to new initiatives for hospital based service areas.
Effectively plans, initiates, coordinates and provides quality assurance auditing and feedvack of day-to-day operations, including patient management registration, patient accounting, receivables, patient and third party billing, collections and cash applications and charity care according to corporate state and federal guidelines.
Maintains a pro-active approach with addressing/implementing changes impacting the various processes of the Revenue Cycle. Collaborate cross departmental when establishing and implementing policies and procedures for optimal performance. Maximize accuracy, productivity and patient satisfaction by use and implementation of tools/in-services associated with systems, processes and employee education.
Performs other duties as assigned.
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