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Position Summary: We have an exciting opportunity to join our team as a FGP Billing Coordinator (35).
In this role, the successful candidate Manages and Coordinates all aspects of charge submission and accounts receivable in defined FGP(s). Oversee practice operations as they relate to the aforementioned and implement change where necessary. Prepares financial and/or operational analyses and reports, and audits current procedures to monitor and improve efficiency of operations. Reviews and advises physicians and staff with regard to local and national coding and reimbursement policies
Monthly Responsibilities: Reconcile total surgical/procedural charges against schedule.Assist with completion of pre-collection reports as needed.
Weekly Responsibilities: Assist with preparation of appeals as needed.Reconcile all office visit charges against schedule.
Interacts with IT, vendors, and independent contractors.Assists with training staff on billing policies and procedures.
Collaborates with practice personnel and administration to implement change to practice operations where necessary.
Provide billing coordinator coverage for other practices as needed (must be cross-trained). Recommends suggestions, ideas and solutions to improve operational processes.
Identify any systematic problems as encountered and report to the appropriate managers/IT personnel.Delegate, or obtain any necessary precertification(s).
Provide feedback and answer the physicians and staffs questions about coding and charge entry as needed.Provide requested information required for billing.Resolve any patient billing issues as they arise.
Review,copy & forward EOBs as received and if applicable.Obtain and keep track of missing referrals as needed.Reconciling payment logs and trocs.
Prepare daily deposits & payment/charge batches for self pay, out of network and surgical payments collected.
Serve as the primary financial counselor for the practice.Update, review and complete assigned work queues.Enter, reconcile and batch manual charges as needed.Obtain in for out of network authorizations as needed.
Negotiating payment rates, drafting financial agreements and collecting surgical deposits as needed.Collect all out of network and self pay time of service (TOS) payments.
Verification and review of out of network (OON) benefits for non-par patients.Contact patients prior to appointments to discuss and review the Out of network process (OON) and make any necessary payment arrangements.
Review the schedule for providers to identify out of network/self pay patients and patients requiring referrals.
Minimum Qualifications: To qualify you must have a Bachelors degree with 3-5 years of relevant work experience. Ability to multi-task and prioritize. Good communication, interpersonal and computer skills. Ability to develop and maintain effective working relationships with staff and patients. Detail oriented with high level of accuracy for reviewing charge batch submissions, preparing and presenting analyses. Stays up to date with industry requirements. Knowledge of medical terminology required. Familiar with standard office equipment.
Preferred Qualifications: Current medical coding certification (CPC) required. Knowledge of medical terminology required
Qualified candidates must be able to effectively communicate with all levels of the organization.
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