Manager - Rev Cycle - Denial Mngmnt - RemoteJob ID 188734BR Date posted 09/14/2022
- Rochester, Minnesota
- Full Time
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The Manager of Denial Recovery provides direction to professional and supervisory staff in the Revenue Cycle Denial Management Department. This position requires a seasoned denial management leader with hands on experience in resolving payer denials. The Manager of Denial Recovery will work across functional teams to identify areas of risk and opportunities for improvement and ensure timely resolution of payer denials, audits and appeals.
Assures the integrity of revenue and billing information for Mayo Clinic to be appropriately reimbursed for all billable services provided. Participates in providing input in strategic planning with the Denial Management Leadership team. Translates the Mayo Clinic and departmental vision into meaningful and effective responses and results. Establishes key performance indicators with scope of responsibility to effectively manage staff and outcomes. Delegates responsibility and authority to carry out work. Manages multiple functions and serves as a resource with oversight in day to day activities. May manage multi-site operations. Must be able to operate scope of responsibility through complexity and ambiguity. May possess technical knowledge appropriate to functions being managed with additional knowledge in other functions including professional management. Participates in the identification of opportunities to improve processes and to act as a catalyst for realizing these improvements. Acts as a facilitator and generator of new ideas and a mediator on difficult issues. Responsible for recruitment, development and performance management within areas of responsibility, translating the departmental vision into meaningful and effective results. Brings awareness of current external environment issues. Participates in the overall management of the Revenue Cycle by chairing and serving on Enterprise projects/groups, task forces, councils and committees. Serves as a liaison between sections and other departments and agencies inside and outside Mayo. Creates customer service driven sections and fosters collaboration with physician and administrative colleagues. Builds teamwork within the Enterprise Revenue Cycle. Participates in retention planning initiatives. Travel required as assignments warrant.
Bachelor's degree and 8 years' experience, which includes at least 2 years of relevant financial leadership experience
Master’s degree and 6 years of relevant experience, which includes at least 2 years of relevant financial leadership experience
In lieu of bachelor's degree, 12 years' of relevant experience is required, which includes 2 years of relevant financial leadership may be considered.
Health care revenue cycle leadership experience preferred.-Relevant certification(s).
License or certification
$105,144 - $152,464 / year
Hours / Pay period
100% Remote, can be seated at any site.
Must be able to work Monday thru Friday 8am-5pm CST
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