Healthcare Revenue Cycle Director

Wipfli   •  

Fresno, CA

Industry: Professional, Scientific & Technical Services

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15+ years

Posted 30 days ago

Responsibilities

  • Responsible for growing and developing a robust revenue cycle service line for the firm
  • Emphasis on acquiring new business through personal and team business development efforts as well as maintaining current client base
  • Managing associates assigned to the revenue cycle consulting practice
  • Serves as both a role model and trainer in helping new team members develop technical and professional competency
  • Planning, scoping, developing, proposals and work plans for revenue cycle projects for the firm
  • Reviewing deliverables, work papers, and other supporting process documentation for quality.
  • Communicating strengths and weaknesses to the client or internal project management team and developing effective solutions.
  • Exhibiting strong ethical behavior and strong morals
  • Developing tools necessary to perform job duties when needed
  • Developing and maintaining effective client relationships

Qualifications

  • 15+ years in a healthcare provider industry (or relevant experience in professional services), preferably in areas such as patient financial services, reimbursement, compliance or internal audit
  • Bachelor's Degree in relevant discipline (e.g. Accounting, Finance, Business/Healthcare Management) desired
  • Executive-level Revenue Cycle management experience
  • Experience in managing teams, team building and supervising staff
  • Experience in project management
  • Proven ability to evaluate, improve, and implement processes and systems
  • Ability to design, analyze and present user-friendly report
  • Prior experience in the healthcare industry, preferably provider operations including hospitals, physician practices and ancillary services
  • Understanding of revenue cycle operations and revenue cycle accounting principles
  • Provider billing and reimbursement, including revenue recognition and accounts receivable management
  • General knowledge of healthcare provider operations, including hospitals, physician practices, home health, hospice, skilled nursing
  • Key healthcare provider processes including, but not limited to: charge capture, billing, collections, compliance, patient access, medical records, payer contracts, physician relationships, financial operations, foundation, etc.
  • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills
  • Advanced verbal and written communication skills including documentation of findings and recommendations
  • Strong listening skills to discern the best course of action for our clients
  • Understanding of commonly used internal control concepts
  • Occasional travel required to prospect's/ client's location and based on team's needs