Position title
Medical Biller and Collector
Description

Medical Collector position requires a thorough understanding of the medical Revenue cycle from charge entry through collection metrics. The Medical Collector must be self-motivated, detail oriented, reliable, and able to prioritize responsibilities while performing multiple tasks. Additionally strong problem solving skills, proficiency in Word and Excel, and excellent communication skills are required as there will be significant contact with patients, third parties, surgeons’ offices, and insurance companies. The Medical Collector maximizes revenue by following up on claims timely, submitting appeals, and collecting from patients. Submitting accurate claims according to regulatory agencies and payer guidelines; ensuring all accounts are billed accurately. Follow up on all accounts and handling claim rejections from insurance companies.

 

Responsibilities

Key Responsibilities:

  • Claims follow up with insurance companies and Appeals.
  • Payment posting and account reconciliation
  • Adhere to government, legal and regulatory standards
  • Answering incoming center phone calls and respond to patient and third party inquiries
  • Data entry
  • Other business office functions as needed
Qualifications

Qualifications

  • 5+ year’s knowledge of working within the Ambulatory surgery center or similar Medical setting, or medical groups and collecting on outpatient facility charges
  • Experience with medical revenue cycle operations
  • Ability to prioritize and work independently
  • Excellent Communication skills
  • Proficiency in Excel and Word, Knowledge of CPT, HCPCS, and ICD-10 codes, and Experience with medical software

Position: Medical Biller and Collector

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Employment Type
Full-time, Temporary to Permanent
Beginning of employment
08/19/2019
Duration of employment
Long Term
Industry
Healthcare/ Business Office
Job Location
Working Hours
8-4:30
Base Salary
$ 19.00 - $ 21.00
Date posted
August 15, 2019
Valid through
October 15, 2019
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