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We have an exciting opportunity to join our team as a FGP Billing Manager.
In this role, the successful candidate We have an exciting opportunity in the Department of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry to join our team as the FGP Billing Manager. The billing manager is responsible for leading billing operations, including designing, implementing, and enforcing policies and procedures, as well as streamlining effective billing processes across multiple provider specialties. This position is integral to the success of our clinical practice and requires a strong manager who is able to plan, lead, prioritize, and guide the department. The candidate should possess a strong background of the current and changing healthcare landscape and must be comfortable speaking with a range of stakeholders (e.g., patients, caregivers/guarantors, insurers, NYULH teams, faculty, trainees, and staff) regarding billing operations and financial obligations. The candidate must be an effective communicator and sensitive to the clinical dynamic while discussing billing related information.
Ensures excellent patient experience and service for billing operations.
Performs and supervises billing functions which includes data entry, posting of charges, posting of payments, charge review, accounts receivable follow-up and credit review and resolution.
Conducts systematic revenue cycle operational reviews (e.g., redesigning and optimizing front-end workflows, physician charge capture, and billing/collections workflows) to identify areas for improvement with recommendations and report to the CBO, FGP, and department leadership.
Oversees Accounts Receivable management including outside billing vendors and CBO staff. Participate in monthly A/R meetings and assist in facilitating key issues and actions that arise from meetings.
Generates and disseminates monthly reports for practices/physicians.
Improves performance to expected revenue cycle targets and benchmarks, and review and disseminate information to practices on a regular basis.
Oversees and manages any required practice billing training programs (e.g., workflow, coding, reimbursement, customer service, policies and procedures) to promote best practice.
Works with Administration leadership to effectively onboard physicians to the FGP.
Serves as chief liaison between key parties including Billing Coordinators, Revenue Integrity Analyst, Practice Managers, Department Administrator, and Business Administrator.
Uses payer websites, billing system and/or communicates with providers, patients, coders, or other responsible persons, to ensure the correctness and completeness of charges, payments and all credits necessary to be processed.
Updates fee schedule as needed to ensure practice is up-to-date with coding practices.
Shares supervision of front desk receptionists as related to billing/collection.
Performs analysis to identify problems with denials, coding, reimbursement, and other aspects of the revenue cycle and implement changes in conjunction with leadership.
Ensures that the activities of the professional billing team are conducted in a manner that is consistent with overall department protocol, and are in compliance with Federal, State, and payer regulations, guidelines, and requirements;
Meets regularly with the Department Administrator and departmental management and leadership to discuss revenue cycle performance and key initiatives.
Performs other functions and projects as requested.
At least five (5) years experience in healthcare operations with emphasis on physician practice operations. Bachelors degree. Excellent analytical, process improvement, project management, and problem solving skills. Lean six sigma experience preferred. Strong communication and interpersonal skills. Ability to think systematically to effectively prioritize. Ability to anticipate problems and needs and to take decisive action.
Qualified candidates must be able to effectively communicate with all levels of the organization.
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