The patient account coordinator is responsible to plan, perform and coordinate administrative and technical duties to support the Non-Government, Self-Pay and Customer Service teams. Review work, process adjustments, collect on accounts and/or perform customer service duties to insure that monies due University Hospital are secured and paid in a timely manner and the AR outstanding days of revenue are kept to a minimum. Assignment will be flexible depending on payer mix, patient flow and work load fluctuations.
Three years of recent (within the last 5 years) medical collection and/or billing experience.
Experience in hospital Billing and/or UB04 claims
Knowledge of and experience in interpreting managed care contracts.
Certified Revenue Cycle Specialist (CRCS) certification is required.
Ability to use multiple system applications
Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively verbally or in writing.
Demonstrated ability to prioritize and accomplish multiple tasks in a fast paced environment; consistently adhering to defined due dates.
Demonstrated ability to handle responsibilities with attention to detail and in analytical fashion.
Demonstrated ability to problem-solve and work independently.
Demonstrated ability to work under stressful conditions and to be flexible.
Demonstrated ability to coach and encourage team members.
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