Senior Manager-Rev Cycle - Hospital Ins Follow-Up - RemoteJob ID 163990BR Date posted 10/14/2021
- Rochester, Minnesota
- Full Time
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The Senior Manager of Hospital insurance Follow-Up is responsible for managing the timely insurance follow-up of hospital claims. This includes timely and accurate resolution of billing edits, claim attachments, insurance coverage changes, insurance rejections, etc. This position will have direct and indirect reports performing the follow-up processes reporting to the Revenue Cycle Senior Director. Through the use of the Epic Revenue Cycle system, continually evaluate billing and follow-up processes through monitoring of work queues, reviewing billing denials, etc. with key stakeholders within the Revenue Cycle as well as external to the Revenue Cycle to ensure timely resolution of unpaid hospital claims. Monitor key performance indicators to determine opportunities of improvement as well as automation opportunities for efficient timely follow-up. Delivers successful results with industry KPI and benchmark metrics. Enforces revenue cycle operational policies and procedures. Evaluates and modifies as necessary to optimize performance.
- Drives team performance to meet productivity expectations
- Lead collaborative discussions with key stakeholders internal and external to Mayo Clinic, including clinicians and administrative staff.
- Maintains fiduciary responsibility to the organization by utilizing resources in an efficient manner
- Ensures strict adherence to internal controls are maintained
Bachelors degree in business, healthcare, Finance, or Fraud/Risk Management and 10 years of specified experience which includes at least 5 years of general leadership experience, to include management of people, projects and programs required.
This position requires demonstrated analytical experience and strong personal computer, communication, project management, leadership, problem solving, continuous improvement, customer service, team building skills and ability to develop strong relationships with physician and administrative leaders. Strong knowledge of financial and information technology, and business planning is required. Must have a history of developing constructive and cooperative working relationships with others over time is a must.
Masters preferred. Must demonstrate skills and characteristics that are advanced to a level that would be deemed developmental toward a future position. Strong interpersonal skills- able to meet and exchange with executive leadership through Mayo and other industry. Must be able to relate to, gain support of, and drive consensus with clinicians and administrators for the purposes of operational efficiency Must be capable of independent work, with little to no guidance provided exercising good judgment, creating an environment in which people communicate with each other respectfully, solving problems, and growing personally and professionally. Must be an advocate of change management, effectively communicating and implementing change and managing it proactively. Must be an individual of high integrity, comfortable working in a team environment, possessing vision, solving problems through effective planning and management. Promotes teamwork and seeks to maximize the potential of all employees. Will serve as a facilitator of change and as a mentor and role model. Excellent communication and customer service skills are essential. Able to effectively communicate strategies and initiatives to internal management groups and business partners. Must be an individual of high energy with a positive attitude and track record of getting results. Experience in making and implementing decisions in a complex, consensus-oriented environment required. Experience with or sensitivity to the uniqueness of the patient care environment is mandatory.
Required education, experience, and tenure may be considered along with internal equity when job offers are extended. The salary range every 2 weeks is approx. $4,818-$6,987 based on a full-time position.
Hours / Pay period
100% Remote, can work from any location
Monday - Friday Days
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