Northside Hospital Revenue Cycle Coordinator in Georgia
Revenue Cycle Coordinator
Job Category:Bus. Office/Insurance
Employment Type:Full - Time
Department:935G NSH MD BUSINESS OFFI
Education Required:High School Diploma
Experience Required:3 - 5 Years
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As one of the fastest-growing healthcare institution in the Southeast, Northside Hospital offers unmatched resources for all those we serve – especially our employees. We encourage you to explore and embrace every possibility to grow your career right along with us.
The Revenue Cycle Coordinator oversees all aspects of the revenue cycle from charge capture to account resolution for assigned client practices.
Coordinates with Managed Care and Revenue Integrity to ensure proper processing and fees are submitted and received.
Runs high level data analysis on all aspects of the revenue cycle and implements compliance processes.
Responsible for all staff and/or supervisors assigned client teams under his or her supervision.
Has high level knowledge of the revenue cycle and coordinates a wide range of administrative duties involved in the resolution of client accounts receivable.
Able to proactively identify issues and effectively problem solve as issues arise.
Effectively communicates policies, procedures and processes to internal staff as well as administrators, physicians and other individuals within client practices they oversee.
Bachelors Degree or 5+ years of supervisory experience in a healthcare billing environment.
Minimum two (2) years of supervisory experience.
Minimum three (3) years experience in a healthcare billing environment.
High level analytical skills. Advanced Excel skills.
Extensive knowledge of billing and reimbursement systems.
Strong written and oral communication skills
Northside Hospital is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate in its employment practices on the basis of race, religion, sex, color, national origin, age, disability, citizenship, genetic information, veteran status or military service, or any other characteristic protected by federal law or Georgia law.