1)Â Assist in development and facilitation of staff work plans/queues.
2)Â Develop and maintain related policies and procedures.
3)Â Ensure data collection and analyses are completed on time.
4)Â Prep and facilitate meetings on behalf of the Revenue Cycle team with clinical departments.
5)Â Evaluate/mitigate risks, identify workflow issues, and as assigned project manage technical and staff workflow re-designs with managers.
6)Â Monitor statistics and KPIâ™s to identify improvement opportunities.
7)Â Conduct internal audits and review activities to improve the revenue cycle and coding integrity through process improvement or training opportunities.
8)Â Benchmark against other Epic clients, Vizient Participants, and other entities.
9)Â Implement new systems/tools in conjunctions with IT, operations, vendors and practices.
10)Â Participate in meetings and workflow development sessions.
11) Identify change management needs, focused on functionality of future versions of EPIC and operational impact.
12) Coordinate and facilitate CPT change initiatives.
13)Â Communicate practice updates to the Business Administrators.
14)Â Â Track results for RIU Scorecard.
15)Â Participate in assigned workgroups.
16)Â Â Discuss decision points with Business Office Leadership and Central Administration.
17)Â Â Work with management and trainer to develop and improve operational training programs.
18)Â Â Conducts internal audits and reviews activities to improve the revenue cycle, claims production and coding integrity.
19)Â Â Performs various financial analyses and provides recommendations based on activities.
20)Â Â Review monthly FGP revenue cycle metrics for areas of improvement within practices.
21)Â Â Performs charge reconciliation process to ensure that charges are captured.
22)Â Â Reviews, monitors, and facilitates implementation of billing and coding changes affecting charge capture processes in accordance with payer requirements.
23)Â Maintains collaborative relationships with internal and external teams to ensure integration and alignment of department priorities.
24)Â Provides guidance and education related to billing and charge capture of services to multiple staff levels; facilitates proper recording of transactions in compliance with state, federal, and other third-party payer guidelines.
25)Â Conducts projects and studies to facilitate revenue management as required for system conversions, new facilities/acquisitions, new departments, new service lines, changes in regulations, legal reviews, etc.
26)Â Analyzes billing error and denial data to identify root causes - executes on work plans to correct identified deficiencies.
27)Â Leads and participates in moderately complex projects related to revenue cycle initiatives.
28)Â Provides support and assistance for new practices; train staff on workflows and work queues.
29)Â Assist with special projects and other work as-needed.
1) Attention to detail
4) Analytical thinking
1) Masterâ™s degree in Health Care, Business, or other related field.
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1) Experience with EPIC electronic medical record system.
2) Previous experience working at/with an Academic Medical Center.
2) Cover Letter
NOTE: When applying, all required documents MUST be uploaded under the Resume/CV section of the application
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