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We have an exciting opportunity to join our team as a FGP Reimbursement Analyst.
In this role, the successful candidate The Reimbursement Analyst will be responsible for reviewing physician utilization and payment data related to managed care reimbursement. This role is responsible for creating and analyzing contract compliance reports to measure and identify revenue opportunities from commercial payers to complement the Faculty Group Practice revenue cycle operations. The incumbent will work independently with minimal supervision analyzing payer reimbursement to identify trends and payments inconsistent with contractual rates and terms. The analyst will also present and communicate their findings to Management for internal and external escalation. The candidate for this role will work collaboratively with Revenue Cycle and FGP Operations to share the findings of their analysis and contribute as needed to assist in the development of tools and educational materials for FGP front end staff. The position requires a fundamental understanding of professional billing, industry standard reimbursement methodologies as well as the ability to interpret and understand managed care contracts.
Perform audits to identify and recover underpayments caused by contract misinterpretation and invalid denials in order to maximize reimbursement, efficiently lower A/R, and expedite the revenue cycle process.
Collect and analyze data to determine denial and underpayment trends across the Faculty Group Practice for review and distribution to leadership.
Execute data mining and in-depth analysis to support managed care contracting initiatives.
Maintain data integrity when manipulating data files for purposes of analysis to ensure data does not become corrupted through conscientious use of tools and a system of checks and balances.
Develop a comprehensive understanding of all managed care contractual terms and reimbursement methodologies between NYU School of Medicine and external commercial payers.
Evaluate and escalate eligibility, authorization, billing, and claims processing inaccuracies to the appropriate CBO and FGP Operations Management in order to implement upstream resolution and re-education.
Assist with providing constructive feedback and developing training tools.
Work collaboratively with a variety of departments within NYU School of Medicine and externally with commercial managed care payers.
Learn appropriate new software systems to help analyze and evaluate claims data
Work independently, take initiative, and think critically.
Function with minimal supervision, request feedback appropriately, and initiate inquiries to gain additional understanding.
Other duties as assigned.
To qualify you must have a Bachelor's degree in business or healthcare administration or related field plus a minimum of two years of experience; or an equivalent combination of education or relevant work experience. High level of analytical skills and dynamic communication skills (verbal and written) are required. Microsoft Excel and Word familiarity required.
Ideal candidate will have previous experience in a healthcare finance or billing role. Skilled in data extraction, manipulation and analysis is preferred.
Qualified candidates must be able to effectively communicate with all levels of the organization.
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About NYU Langone Medical Center
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