Vibra’s consolidated Business Offices provide basic billing and collection services for its owned and managed facilities in addition to providing excellent Revenue Cycle support to its facilities, patients, and payers across the United States. Vibra’s Business offices seeks out qualified experienced Hospital billing staff for its open positions, and provides opportunity for advancement in addition to educational opportunities for continued career growth. Come join the team where we live by our motto: Exceptional Care, Every Patient, Every Bill, Every Time. Vibra Healthcare Western Billing Office is seeking a Full Time Accounts Receivable Medical Insurance Manager to join our team!
The Accounts Receivable Medical Insurance Manager is responsible for daily functions of the commercial department in accordance with Vibra policies and procedures. Closely monitors AR collections; directly supervises follow up actions to ensure timely and accurate productivity; solves problems identified by staff and works with payor to resolve trends and issues. This position is highly visible and requires a strong leader with the ability to prioritize, plan and direct the department. Assists the business office in obtaining cash goals and the lowest possible DSO.
EDUCATION / TRAINING / EXPERIENCE:
This position requires a four (4) year college degree or relevant experience in addition to a minimum of five (5) years of hospital billing/collections experience and two (3) years of managerial related experience.
SKILLS / KNOWLEDGE / ABILITIES:
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. These duties include; management of staff, authorize and review all adjustments and refund requests, analyze and maintain A/R > 90 days at an acceptable level and ensure all reports are worked within the established guidelines and time frames.
The Accounts Receivable Medical Insurance Manager is also involved directly with collection efforts on outstanding accounts which includes; telephone contact with payers, work collection reports, audit accounts, appeal denied claims as necessary, update accounts as necessary, submit and monitor problem claims, identify payor related denial trends, and meet or exceed department goals.