Revenue Cycle Director

$46.35 - $63.89 hourly
  • Three Rivers Hospital
  • Brewster, WA, USA
  • Jul 21, 2021
Full Time Administration/Operations

Job Description

Position Summary: The Revenue Cycle Director is responsible for management of the entire revenue cycle team.  This includes Patient Access/Registration, Health Information, Patient Financial Services and Chargemaster.  The Revenue Cycle Director will lead the revenue cycle in developing, planning, and managing work initiatives within the revenue cycle.  

 

Essential Job Duties: Oversee payor contracting and facilitates effective relations with payors and providers related to managed care plans. Directs the strategy, analysis, reporting and negotiation of rates.  Performs analysis of payments by performing reimbursement audits.  Ensures compliant billing practices.  Participate in administrative committees to address topics such as electronic health record implementation and process improvement. Performs other duties as assigned.

Qualifications

Bachelor’s degree in a relevant area of expertise such as business or finance or an equivalent combination of education and relevant experience is required.  Minimum of two years’ experience in a healthcare organization is preferred.  Experience in Health Information Management and Coding is preferred.  Supervisory or management experience is preferred.  The Revenue Cycle Director must be able to communicate with professional acumen.

 

Special skills which are required include demonstrated ability in billing practices for rural health clinic and critical access hospitals; reimbursement; knowledge of payer contracting, and information systems; as well as excellent problem-solving skills and verbal and written communication skills.

 

Two years of coding experience in an acute care setting preferred.  Registered Health Information Technologist (RHIT) or Certified Coding Specialist certification (CCS) required within two years of employment. 

Schedule

Monday - Friday; 8:00 am - 4:30 pm

Employment Type

Full-time