for daily entry of all clinical charges, payments and adjustments
to the practice management system. Responsible for proper billing
and collection of all patient charges under the supervision of the
Billing Supervisor. Greets and directs patients and visitors upon
arrival. Working hours are the hours designated by the
all duties which involve interaction with a patient in a manner
which ensures the patient has a pleasant and satisfactory
experience. All interactions with the patients will be in adherence
to the PCMH principles, policies, and procedures.
Duties may include but not necessarily be
limited to the following:
enters data and maintains current computer files of all patient
demographics, insurance and account information. Accurately enters
payments received on accounts, applying payments to existing
charges and appropriately ensures account balances are paid
currently and correctly through third party payers as well as
and balances daily Deposit Slip Report. Verifies insurance benefits
on new and established patients, documenting coverage, deductible
and contractual conditions for billing and collection purposes.
Scans in insurance cards on every visit. Sets tickets to correct
with patients and family members in both English and Spanish
regarding projected charges, office polices, collection procedures,
available programs i.e. BCCS, DSHS, HTW etc. as
monitors accounts with pending Medicaid or other funding sources.
Reviews aging patient tickets and makes collection efforts and
credit balance tickets assigned and refers tickets to Supervisor if
adjustments and or refund requests are needed.
any statistical or special reporting required by Supervisor or
Administration. Obtains required signatures on insurance
authorization , Medicaid acknowledgment forms and updates consent
forms. Assists in the annual registration renewal process. Ensures
all patients are given a receipt for payment. Provides and
documents payment arrangements for outstanding balances and follows
up on payment arrangements that have been made.
crossed trained in all registration duties. Will attend in-service
training and SCF educational programs. Responsible for their own
safety as well as the safety of others.
SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS: This
position requires handling of cash, collections, payments and
billing and as such will require taking no less than five(5)
consecutive days of accrued annual leave days per year. Therefore,
five (5) of the accrued annual leave days will be reserved for this
High school diploma or GED.
Graduate of an accredited Medical Office Specialist program OR a
minimum of one year billing experience in a medical or hospital
setting. Applicants must be familiar with private insurance,
Medicare and Medicaid claims filing.