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Accounts Receivable/Charge Description Manager

5+ years of experience required
Hospital Experience preferred
Oversees the hospital Charge Master to ensure new charges are built and are priced accordingly in conjunction with working with Westchester charge master personnel.
Responsible for the cashier workflow including the Payment Review team process to ensure optimal outcomes. Assumes responsibility for training and development of personnel, and performs annual performance appraisals.
Prepares the weekly Accounts Receivable trending reports and distributes as appropriate.
Prepared Medicaid Recertification paperwork for all three facilities.
Reviews and monitors the HRS closed account report.
Demonstrates proficiency in applicable electronic systems necessary for efficient operations. Participates in upgrades and testing and makes recommendations for improvements, as appropriate.
Oversees the charity care program to ensure optimal outcomes.
Assists with covering the DNFB and Surcharge report.
Assists with reviewing the monthly POM Invoice report and weekly posting of CDPHP Employee Payments.
Oversees and is responsible for working the credit balance report and issue refunds when necessary.
Promotes/portrays a high level of professionalism, both technically and personally. Possesses a strong work ethic and exhibits optimism. Adheres to department dress policy and maintains a professional appearance and positive attitude.
Performs other duties and assignments as requested
Education: Associate's Degree or commensurate experience.
Experience: CDM experience required,Minimum of 3-5 years of billing experience preferred.
Training/License: None specified
Other: Written and verbal communication skills. Knowledge of computer software.
Job Type: Full-time
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