Billing Specialist- Governmental
Vermont - Vermont (VT),
Billing Specialist – Governmental
Overview of Position
Possess and apply thorough knowledge to all aspects of facility billing process including eligibility, coding, and insurance/payer requirements.
What will be my duties and responsibilities in this job?
- Ensures claim information is complete and accurate by reviewing claims for discrepancies
- Identify potential issues as it relates to coding or insurance requirements and work with client to correct errors
- Monitor claim submission statistics via generated reports
- Follows up with insurance companies on unpaid or rejected claims to determine and resolve any outstanding issues and re-submit corrected claims if necessary
- Investigate, verify, and analyze patient’s eligibility results for any medical coverage and obtain proper billing contact information
- Request or obtain documentation where applicable
- Enters information necessary for insurance claims such as patient, insurance, provider, as well as diagnosis, treatment codes and modifiers if applicable.
- Submits insurance claims to clearinghouse or individual insurance companies electronically or via paper UB-04 form or 1500 form.
- For patients with coverage by more than one insurer, prepares and submits secondary claims upon processing by primary payer
- Follows HIPAA guidelines in handling patient information
What are the requirements needed for this position?
- Minimum of 3 years’ hospital revenue cycle experience and knowledgeable on governmental payers (Medicare, Medicaid, and Tricare) – preferably across facility types (Acute, SNF, IRF, LTAC & Cancer
- Knowledgeable on insurance billing, collections, and reimbursement processes
- Both hospital and professional fee experience required
- High school diploma or GED required
- Must be available to work Monday-Friday, standard business hours, Eastern Time
What other skills/experience would be helpful to have?
- Florida Medicaid knowledge preferred
- Assurance and/or Invision experience helpful
- Strong organizational skills and attention to detail
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills
- Ability to work independently with minimal
- What are the working conditions and physical requirements of this job?
General office demands
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