Job Description As a Supervisor for the Infusion Accounts Receivable (A/R) department, you will be responsible for providing leadership for assigned Patient Financial Services (PFS) teams. You will oversee a team of A/R representatives that are responsible for contacting payers to collect on unpaid claims in a timely and accurate manner, researching and resolving payment variances, and managing the accurate and timely filing of claims within payer function group.
Additional responsibilities of the Accounts Receivable Supervisor include:
- Oversee day-to-day operations of teams to ensure timely and accurate completion of all PFS activities - Monitor and strive to continually improve the collection of payer claims in accordance with the respective contract - Assist management with meetings with key payers to discuss reimbursement issues and payer publication notices affecting claims processing changes - Ensure daily reconciliation of electronic claim files - Maintain productivity and quality standards of all PFS functions - Review accounts receivable adjustments for accuracy and submit adjustment requests as defined by departmental policies and procedures for upper management approval - Maintain compliance with government reimbursement programs - Suggest changes to department policies and procedures as appropriate - Work with management to complete disciplinary action as required - Work with the Training and Education department to develop and deploy training for new employees and provide ongoing training as needed - Complete annual performance reviews for employees and provide timely feedback - Create a work environment for employees through team building, coaching, constructive feedback, work delegation, personal example and goal setting that encourages creativity, open dialogue on work issues, professional growth, and a consistent, high level of performance; encourage and support employee decision-making within his or her scope of responsibilities - Develop and maintain "super user" capabilities in technology applications and all other related information systems, tools, technologies, and processes; assist other employees as needed to ensure all tools are fully utilized to create an efficient and effective department - Comply with and adhere to all regulatory compliance areas, policies and procedures (including HIPAA and PCI compliance requirements), and "leading practices" - Liaise appropriately with peers across the organization; work with Intake and Analytics department to communicate trends and suggest process improvements to revenue cycle
Required Qualifications - 2+ years of supervisory experience in healthcare reimbursement or medical insurance/billing - 5+ years of Revenue Cycle or similar Accounts Receivable experience, preferably within billing/collections - 1+ years of experience using the Microsoft Office Suite, specifically Word, Outlook, and Excel
Preferred Qualifications - Clear understanding of how Collections and Billing impacts Revenue Cycle operations and financial performance - Certification with Healthcare Financial Management Association, or Certified Revenue Cycle Representative preferred - Home healthcare experience, preferably in pharmacy setting - Experience in managing projects involving the collaboration, motivation and cooperation of a wide variety of people with whom there is no direct reporting relationship - Ability to prioritize and manage multiple tasks simultaneously, and to effectively anticipate and respond to issues as needed in a dynamic work environment - Dedication to treating both internal and external constituents as clients and customers, maintaining a flexible customer service approach and orientation that emphasizes service satisfaction and quality
Education Verifiable High School Diploma or GED is required. Bachelor's Degree is preferred
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