Job Description
job Code
#4465
Title
Director of Revenue Cycle Management
Date Posted
05/30/2017
Job Type
Direct Hire
Job Location
Connecticut
Salary
110,000.00 to 125,000.00
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Director of Revenue Cycle Management

POSITION TITLE: DIRECTOR, REVENUE CYCLE MANAGEMENT

 

POSITION SUMMARY:

The Director of Revenue Cycle Management oversees the Billing Department and maximizing the productivity and minimizing errors using structured auditing and reporting methods and follow-up training.  The Director of Revenue Cycle Management also oversees the day-to-day billing processing, planning, analysis, and policy development. 

This position offers a great opportunity for an experienced leader to implement change, create policies, realign staff and department performance metrics and decrease revenue cycle days.  This position is a hands-on, visible position that works vertically throughout the organization, C-suite to the front line.  Oversees a supervisor, 20-25 billers (charge entry, coding, payment posting, edits, follow up, denial management, etc.).

 

POSITION FUNCTIONS:

  • Ensure adherence to, and compliance, of payer, government and internal system regulatory policies as they relate to charge capture processes
  • Create, develop, and implement Standard Operating Procedures (SOP)
  • Streamline processes
  • Create and implement metrics for productivity and quality
  • Provide monthly reporting with action plans

 

POSITION QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Business, Health Management, or related field required.
  • 10 years billing experience
  • 5 years of billing management experience, director level
  • Experience in an integrated health care system required
  • NextGen preferred, or 5+ years of EHR systems experience
  • Experience with A/R, daily and monthly closings and understand of the revenue cycle for all payers
  • Proven knowledge of all Insurance companies, HMO's, PPO's, Medicare, Worker's Comp, third party payers

 

POSITION SKILLS AND ABILITIES:

  • Sound technical skills, analytical ability, good judgment and strong operational focus and vision
  • Intelligent, articulate, can relate to people at all levels
  • Excellent communication skills, a passion for collaboration and partnerships
  • Decisive, possesses a "big picture" perspective, well versed in systems
  • Ability to read, analyze, and interpret complex documents
  • Ability to make persuasive presentations on complex topics to members, physician owners and Board
  • Current on audit best practices, state, federal and local law regarding company operations.
  • demonstrate the practice mission, vision and values in leadership behaviors, practices and decisions
  • Effectively apply healthcare principles and values in the decision making process
  • Create and maintain a partnership among associates, the community, and those we serve

 

***ALL QUALIFIED CANDIDATES WILL BE RESPONDED TO***