AHMC Healthcare

  • Patient Accounting/Revenue Cycle Supervisor

    Posted Date 3 weeks ago(11/26/2019 11:43 AM)
    Location : Location
    US-CA-Anaheim
  • Overview

    The Patient Account/Revenue Cycle Supervisor reports directly to the Director of Patient Financial Services. Supervises and provides guidance to the Patient Account Specialists and the Revenue Chart Auditor in the daily operations at the facility level, month end process/reports, patient and physician office telephone calls. Oversees the Revenue Cycle CDM and facilitate Hospital Chart Audit Committee meetings.  Responsible for working with all departments regarding proper charging as required by insurance companies and audit agencies. Completes charity applications for state and local funding. Reviews daily deposit for accuracy.  Work in collaboration with the Central Business Office to facilitate activities to improve daily processes.  Coordinates with facility collectors/Patient Financial Advocate on daily collection activity.  Approaches all other duties as assigned with a positive and team spirit.

    Qualifications

    Bachelor’s Degree or pursuing, or 5 years applicable experience

    Minimum of five years experience in Admitting/ Business Office

    Excellent communication skills

    Excellent customer service skills

    Solid problem solving abilities  

    Strong analytical skills

    Strong Computer skills/knowledge in a Windows environment including Microsoft program/Excel/Access

    Detail oriented

    Ability to interpret hospital contracts with insurance companies

    Knowledge of Federal, State and County programs

    Knowledge of Medical Terminology preferred

    Team player

    Excellent communication skills (verbal and written)

    Facility

    Anaheim Regional Medical Center

    Req ID

    req5831

    Shift

    Days

    Category

    Accounting/Finance

    Position Type

    Regular Full-Time

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