Medical Record Manager I – Billing Manager
$36,598 – $47,579 – $58,558 (hiring range)
Rutherford County, NC
Description of Work:
• This position will supervise all clinical management staff and billing staff in Rutherford County and McDowell County.
• Supervise accounts receivable, all patient relations to include customer service, patient appointments, registration, and check-out.
• Oversee the process of processing private insurance, Medicaid, and Medicare claims and denials. Process refunds and adjustments to patient accounts as necessary.
• Approve time sheets, travel reports, time-off requests, and continuing education/training.
• Conducts annual and probationary employee evaluations.
• Serve as superuser for the electronic medical records (EMR) software, CureMD, and serves as the liaison with CureMD staff. Assures CPT codes are properly set up in CureMD, assists with guidelines for the usage of CPT codes, modifiers, and ICD codes, and research CPT codes for new services as needed.
• Manages all clinical receivables assuring all client charges are processed according to internal policies and procedures.
• Prepares past due accounts for North Carolina debt set-off against NC Department of Revenue via CRUSH by the 10th of each month. Prepares past due accounts for NC debt set-off against NC Department of Revenue tax refunds and lottery winnings.
• Process claims via NC Debt set-off software and submits reports to billing and finance for reconciliation to patient accounts and bank accounts.
• Must have supervising experience.
• Other duties deemed as necessary.
Minimum Education And Experience:
Bachelor’s degree in medical record science of medical record administration from an appropriately accredited institution; or completion of a medical record technician program from an appropriately accredited institution and two years of experience in medical record work; or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
Necessary Special Qualifications:
General knowledge of principles and practices or medical record science. General knowledge of medical and/or psychiatric terminology. Considerable knowledge of NC laws, pertinent federal, State, and local regulations governing records and reports of medical care, vital statistics, and diseases. Ability to analyze and to evaluate medical records and to apply established standards, regulations, and laws to specific operating problems. Ability to organize and present information in oral and written form. Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with all levels of staff.
To apply for this position, submit the required NC state application (PD-107) to the Foothill Health District Personnel Department, 221 Callahan-Koon Road, Spindale, NC 28160. Applications can be downloaded at www.foothillshd.org. Completed applications and resumes can be e-mailed to firstname.lastname@example.org or faxed to (828) 287-6059. Equal Opportunity Employer