Full-time position in pediatric hospital to oversee all Patient Access Functions – Provide leadership, management and ensures accountability among team members. Provide ongoing training and ensure employees have the appropriate resources needed to perform successfully. Identify and resolve problems of patients and staff members. Provide guidance and leadership as needed for each situation. Must have strong background in scheduling, registration, and insurance eligibility/authorization and Revenue Cycle. The individual must be able to perform all functions in Patient Access as needed. Must be knowledgeable in financial counseling processes. Looking for individual with effective interpersonal and communication skills to ensure excellent customer service, staff management, and collaborative decision-making. Requires strong analytical and problem solving skills to maintain and provide analysis for QA statistics, reports and quality improvement recommendations, assess and improve department performance. Knowledgeable of all state, Federal and Managed Care regulations as they pertain to Patient Access.
Must have a minimum of 3 years Supervisory experience in a healthcare setting.
Computer competencies in Microsoft Word and Excel.
Knowledge of Cerner Millennium preferred.
Requires High School diploma, Bachelor’s degree preferred.
Supervisory experience in Patient Access is a plus.
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