We're looking for a Clinical Business Operations Director, working in the Insurance industry in Largo, Florida, United States.
Collaborates with vendor and other clinic staff to effectively execute plans; implements, manages and evaluates operational programs, processes and initiatives related to patient billing, collection, reimbursement, revenue cycle management, customer service, and overall clinic financial performance.
Provides leadership and management to ensure ongoing improvement of all key revenue cycle indicators; effectively manages external vendor contracts.
Works with the Revenue cycle vendor, ensures compliance with contracts from multiple payers; and maintains compliance with all applicable laws and regulations.
Acts as a business lead/integrator with the Clinic and GW IT staff to ensure that Clinic applications and infrastructure are performing to business standard.
Our client is a fast-growing industry-recognized staffing firm. Recruiting critical IT, Financial, Engineering, Healthcare, and Data Analytics talent. With 20+ years’ experience and growth.
Connections in Automotive, Healthcare, Retail, Financial & Insurance, and Professional & Business Services. Working to bring top talent together with premier organizations.
Big enough to have great opportunities. Small enough to care about finding the right one for you.
It’s about relationships based on mutual interest. The results are low turnover, long-lasting partnerships and growth. Want to work for a company invested in your success?
Experience Required for Your Success
Bachelors degree in accounting, finance, business or related area or related field
Equivalent of 6 years experience working in a clinic, physician practice, or hospital patient financial services department
Minimum of three years experience managing a clinic, physician practice or hospital patient financial services/business office area
In-depth knowledge of CPT and ICD coding, billing, collections, and payment regulations within the healthcare industry required
Strong knowledge of healthcare reimbursement methodologies, healthcare A/R, collections, insurance, government programs
Strong knowledge of all applicable compliance regulations and guidelines
Knowledge of, and experience in several operational areas related to the revenue cycle to include health information management, patient access, clinical quality/case management, management information systems, accounting, and finance
Strong knowledge related to the flow of the revenue cycle, revenue cycle technology, and revenue cycle metrics, and key drivers
The pay range we're offering is 35 - 41 per hour. This position may present an opportunity to go permanent.
What Do You Think?
Does your experience reflect what it takes to be successful in this role? Do the work and challenges get you excited about what's possible? Apply here.