Revenue Cycle Manager

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Location
San Antonio, TX
Salary
$58,000 - $75,000
Job Type
Direct Hire
Degree
Bachelor
Date
May 15, 2017
Job ID
2464857

Large medical practice in San Antonio has an immediate opening for an experienced Revenue Cycle Manager.  Will be responsible for managing the business office functions for multiple practices, including patient billing, reimbursement and collections. Will manage the entire revenue cycle process for the group, ensuring optimum reimbursement for medical services through accurate and timely reporting of all physician and ancillary services. Directs the timely submission of all insurance claims and adjustments. Develops standard and ad-hoc reports and ensures their accuracy. Implements procedures to improve efficiency to ensure the lowest possible accounts receivable. Additional duties will include directing the daily operations of a multi-site/multi-practice business office to ensure accuracy and timeliness in all areas of responsibility including the handling of monies.  Will oversee the preparation of daily charge tickets and works with physicians on charge procedures, including consistent use of procedure codes. Coordinates revisions as needed to obtain fair reimbursement and identifies and resolves discrepancies. Ensures that daily, weekly, and monthly billing functions are accurately performed.  Oversee all aspects of coding functions, including monitoring and interpreting insurance reimbursements and implementing procedures that ensure optimum reimbursement and compliance with regulations.  Generate monthly management reports from medical accounts and receivable systems. Monitor aged balances of all accounts and ensures delinquent accounts are followed up.  Prepare monthly financial analysis on accounts receivable, collection percentages, billing statistics, etc.  Implement Reimbursement Policies and Procedures to maximize efficiency. Ensures compliance with appropriate industry regulations.  Assists with budgetary activities under direction of Executive Director and Controller. Maintains and monitors departmental budget and  functions as a liaison between Central Business Office, practices, and administration on accounts receivable issues and questions and resolves problems accordingly.   High School or equivalent required, Bachelors Degree preferred. Minimum seven years medical office management experience, including prior supervisory experience is required.  This position offers fantastic benefits, including multiple health plan options to choose from (all at no or little cost to the employee), vision, dental, retirement and more!  Great central location, stable and financially secure company.  Email resume to khogan@beck-field.com.