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The Physician Services Client Delivery Director will be responsible for management of on-site staff which may include Patient Access, Medicaid Eligibility, HIM and Business Office functions. This position requires, among other things, an understanding of systems and processes that impact revenue cycle performance and capabilities, as well as a strong understanding of Physician Billing patient access and backend revenue cycle.
The Patient Access Manager is responsible for leading all daily Patient Access operations. This includes, but is not limited to assisting in preparation for both short and long range planning recommendations for all Registration Process areas, managing all operational metrics to ensure the department meets client and Conifer goals, and consistently managing staffing activities in areas of responsibility.
The SPSS Data Analyst will be responsible for designing and conducting data science and analytics solutions to derive business insights and address clients' operational and strategic concerns. The analyst will interact directly with clients and maintain responsibility across the entire project life cycle, including identification of user needs, data analysis, algorithm design and development, technical solution design, and socialization of outcomes to clients.
The HIM Director will be responsible for developing and administering systems related to health information management including medical records maintenance, clinical coding, release of information, and documentation/billing audits. This position will be accountable for ensuring compliance with related regulations and standards established by State, Federal, accrediting and other regulatory agencies.
The Patient Account Manager will be responsible for managing patient account staff in processing accounts and working with designated payors to ensure proper reimbursement. Other responsibilities include ensuring compliance with state and federal laws and regulations; maintaining a thorough understanding of health insurance and government programs, where necessary; and facilitating the identification of issues and solutions by team members related to delays in achieving payment resolution.
The Follow Up Team Manager will be responsible for executing efficient and cost effective methods in accounts receivable resolution through leadership and personnel management of the follow up collection teams and Team Lead(s) assigned. The core responsibilities of this leadership role involve monitoring and managing both the individual and team performance, ensuring productivity and quality standards are met, including Team Leads(s) assessment and direction of staff. Additional duties of the Team Manager relate to trend analysis and performance management of client standards including days in AR, payments collected and denial management.
The Reporting Analyst will be responsible for validating newly developed reports/processes against detail level data during the development cycle, as well as, providing written and/or verbal analysis of data to customers. The Reporting Analyst should have strong Crystal reports experience and maintain strong working knowledge of all health plan, hospital and IP contracts as they relate to the risk pool analysis function and IP financial performance.
The Inpatient Coder will be responsible for assigning diagnostic and procedural codes to patient charts of moderate to high complexity using ICD-9-CM, CPT and HCPCS or any other designated coding classification system in accordance with coding rules and regulations. The Inpatient Coder will abide by the Standards of Ethical Coding as set forth by AHIMA, and will be responsible for abstracting required clinical information from the medical record.
The Healthcare Revenue Cycle Process Improvement Manager will have the overall responsibility for designing and implementing solutions to meet business objectives, such as cycle time and cost reduction, for the revenue cycle process under their responsibility. This individual will develop and maintain applicable P&P and process maps, perform gap and variance analysis to identify areas for improvement, lead implementation projects, and hold operators accountable for the compliance to key processes and metrics.
The Patient Access Representative is responsible for educating patients about patient financial liabilities, employing proper, compliant patient liability collection techniques, and completing various medical necessity and eligibility duties.
The Patient Account Rep will be responsible for all aspects of follow up and collections, including making telephone calls, accessing payer websites, identifying issues, and providing suggestions for resolution. The Patient Account Rep will also be responsible for accurately and thoroughly documenting pertinent collection activity and reviewing the account information and necessary system applications to determine the next appropriate work activity. In addition, this position will verify claims adjudication and initiate telephone or letter contact to patients to obtain additional information as needed. Patient Account Rep positions are available at multiple locations.