MSRDP Clinical Denial Management Specialist III - MSRDP Front Edn Revenue Cycle
Categories: Insurance / Billing
Department: MSRDP Front End Revenue Cycle
Full/Part Time/PRN: Full-Time
Experience and Education
2.Contact payers, via website, phone and/or correspondence, regarding reimbursement of claims denied for coding related reasons. Interpret Managed Care contracts and/or Medicare and Medicaid rules and regulations to ensure proper reimbursement/collection.
3.Requires knowledge of carrier specific claim appeal guidelines. This includes Claim Logic, internet, and paper/fax processes. Requires proven analytical, and decision making skills to determine what selective clinical information must be submitted to properly appeal the denial. Requires proven knowledge of CPT and ICD-10 coverage policies, internal revenue cycle coding processes and the billing practices of the specialty service line. This position requires clear and concise written and oral communication with payors, providers, and billing staff to insure resolution of complex coding denials.
4.Requires the ability to read and interpret E&M notes, complex diagnostic study results, endoscopic and interventional results and/or major surgical operative notes. Based on the documentation review, confirm or change the billed CPT code(s), diagnosis code(s) and modifiers (if applicable) in order to attain denial resolution. Requires proven knowledge of the specialty specific service line documentation requirements. Must be familiar with the Medicare and Medicaid teaching physician documentation billing rules within 60 days of hire.
5.Serves as a resource to the FERC Team Leads, Compliance Auditors, Medical Collectors and MSRDP Clinical Denials Management Specialist I & II. Requires a billing and coding knowledge level that provides guidance on and resolution to resolve claim denials and rejections.
6.Makes necessary adjustments as required by plan reimbursement.
7.Duties performed may include one or more of the following core functions: (a) Directly interacting with or caring for patients; (b) Directly interacting with or caring for human-subjects research participants; (c) Regularly maintaining, modifying, releasing or similarly affecting patient records (including patient financial records); or (d) Regularly maintaining, modifying, releasing or similarly affecting human-subjects research records.
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