Company :Allegheny Health Network
Job Description :
This job is responsible for working accounts from work queues; activities include analysis (including root cause), monitoring & auditing payer issues and denials, appealing RAC audits and reports that require well-developed analytic and organizational skills, while meeting deadlines. Working under the close cooperation with others in the department to communicate and/or enhance work flows and procedures by identifying training and development needs based on audit or workqueue trends.
- Reviews, analyzes and resolves accounts that have failed coding and charging related claim edits, including medical necessity, National Correct Coding Initiative (NCCI), Medicare Outpatient Code Editor (OCE), Medically Unnecessary Edits (MUE), and other exceptions requiring clinical/coding expertise. Works to resolve rejections and accounts flagged for potential missing charges. (50%)
- Completes payor audits. Researches and evaluates government regulations and third party payor requirements to ensure accurate error resolution and appropriate billing. (30%)
- Daily assessment of blood bank report and reconciliation, and supply chain for mapping and charge validation. (20%)
- Working with other department members on establishment of work plans to correct identified deficiencies, providing guidance, communication and education on correct charge capture, coding and billing processes. (10%)
- Other duties as assigned.
- High School/GED
- 1 years of hospital or physician revenue cycle, billing, or coding experience
- Associate's Degree
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