We have an exciting opportunity to join our team as a FGP-Senior Revenue Cycle Management Analyst.
In this role, the successful candidate will provide high-level analytical support and project management for the revenue cycle leadership of the Faculty Group Practice (FGP) to assist in achieving the organizations financial goals. The Sr. Analyst will work with Directors and Managers in the Central Billing Office (CBO) and the corporate Analytics Team to measure Revenue Cycle performance, identify areas of improvement, and project manage new initiatives. This includes collaborating with Business Intelligence (IT), Revenue Cycle Systems (Epic), Corporate Management, and operational teams to maintain, develop, enhance, and implement reporting tools, metrics, and reports. Additionally the Sr. Analyst may also provide analytical support for Front-End Operations, capacity and access initiatives, productivity monitoring, and clinical quality initiatives.
Revenue Cycle Reporting & Analysis: Prepare and analyze revenue cycle reports to summarize FGP performance. Pull data and build reports from multiple sources including the primary BI system, Business Objects. Evaluate data and reports to identify opportunities for FGP revenue enhancement. Once opportunities are identified, lead projects through improvement, and measure results. Collaborate with Management to explore and build new financial models and metrics. Collaborate with Management and practices to evaluate and analyze existing practices financials and operations.
Revenue Cycle Reporting & Analysis: Identify trends and develop work plans with Management to address potential operational issues. Assist managed care compliance team to analyze payer reimbursement levels to determine if payments are made at appropriate rates. Collaborate with various teams including Revenue Integrity, Credentialing, and Managed Care to identify issues and trends related to revenue cycle opportunities. Utilize data analysis to make informed decisions to drive an increase in revenue, improve performance, and enhance metrics. Oversee and manage regular reconciliation projects for Revenue Integrity, Syngo, FHC, and other units. Collaborate with other analysts to prepare monthly data uploads for both internal and external sites and dashboards.
Business Intelligence & Data Management: Act as a liaison between FGP and MCIT Reporting and Dashboard teams. Assist in the maintenance and troubleshooting of reports, databases, and dashboards; ensure data are accurate and appropriate. Assist MCIT Reporting Team to maintain and enhance the Revenue Cycle data warehouse (Business Objects), including researching and adding new fields and universes to data warehouse to support all FGP needs.
Business Intelligence & Data Management: Work with appropriate Med Center and IT divisions, including but not limited to EPIC and EPIC add-on systems, to explore new reports, metrics, and methodologies to support FGP activity. Ensure all reports and dashboards are updated, disseminated, and operate properly and correctly.Disseminate information regarding contents and functionality of the data warehouse and BO reporting system and associated tools to extract, analyze, and report data. Explore and assist in creating additional reporting/dashboard systems (such as Tableau), as needed.
Staff Development & Training: Share Revenue Cycle modeling and analysis skills and methodologies with other FGP staff. Teach and orient all appropriate FGP analysts and staff about reporting tools and standard operating procedures. Develop appropriate aids and forums to assist with the dissemination of reporting systems and tools.
Assist in troubleshooting institutional issues as they relate to the FGP.
Keep up on Legislative and Industry changes that may affect the manner in which we conduct business.
Other duties as assigned.
To qualify you must have a Bachelor's Degree, preferably in a business, computer science, or healthcare related major. 3-4 years with Revenue Cycle analysis experience, with increased responsibilities. Proficiency in Microsoft Excel, Access, and other MS Office software. Knowledge of Tableau a plus. Familiarity with Business Objects or other Business Intelligence system a plus, but not required. Proficiency and comfort with databases and manipulation of large datasets. Strong analytical and problem-solving skills. Excellent written and oral communication skills. Ability to work independently, prioritize multiple projects and meet deadlines. Strong interest in the healthcare business.
Qualified candidates must be able to effectively communicate with all levels of the organization.
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