Master's Degree preferred or equivalent years of experience.
5 years minimum of progressive experience as a Manager in hospital revenue cycle and Patient Access roles.Â
Detailed knowledge of California health care and extensive skills of contracts, insurance and authorizations.Â
Effective interpersonal and communication skills,
Ability to adapt to multiple and changing priorities,
Working knowledge of managed care, (i.e. Medicare, Medi-Cal, Anthem other commercial payors and all related federal and state regulations and requirements)
Knowledge of government and insurance payors admission and billing regulations
Ability to learn and work with various computer software programs as well as the ability to manage software projects. Preferred:
Proven leadership experience developing and implementing functional operations plans.
Valid Fire and Safety Certification. (If no card upon hire, one must be obtained within 30 days of hire, and maintained by renewal before expiration date.)Â
Oversight of leaders who manage the daily operations of the Pre Arrival Unit and continual collaboration with senior clinical department leaders to ensure service is consistent, thorough and aligned to meet the operational goals of âPatient Firstâ to support industry leading Revenue Cycle and ambulatory clinic operations. Analyze, recommend, and implement policies and procedures that drive efficient and effective practices and workflows that support a defect-free account environment. Diligently work to minimize patient delays and cancelations throughout the enterprise. Continually analyze technology improvements and enhancements to minimize rework and silos or redundant processes. Accountability to all budgets and forecasting to maintain a scalable operation.
Internal Number: REQ20082841
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