Job Summary Plans, manages and coordinates clinical denials and charge capture/ED charge posting practices to ensure consistency, meet corporate compliance guidelines, and to ensure appropriate and effective reimbursement in cooperation with the following key areas: Utilization Management, Clinical Documentation, Health Information Management , Patient Financial Services, Admitting/Registration, Information Services, Laboratory and Radiology and Outpatient Surgery Departments, and Innovative Care Partners and hospital-based contracted physicians. Develops policies and procedures to support workflow and guidelines. Recruits, hires and develops RN Auditors to establish, maintain, and keep current an effective training program for clinical denials and charge capture. Recruits, hires and develops ED charge posters to establish, maintain, and keep current an effective training program for ED charge posting and charge capture. Meets budget requirements and participates in budget preparation. Provides education to physician, and physician offices as needed to support hospital operations ensuring accurate and complete medical record. Works with Medical Staff as needed.
Manages and acts as a resource to the personnel assigned as direct reports. Develops clinical data reporting and uses analytical assessment of data, data manipulation, and professionally articulate data outcomes to improve operations and report to various committees, including but not limited to the Utilization Management and Revenue Cycle committees. Participates and makes recommendations for opportunities to retool and enhance system operations and data management processes
Acts in a leadership capacity with key areas for initiatives such as physician education and compliance. Oversees professional competency and training of all clinical denials, charge capture, and ED charge posting functions system-wide. Acts as a resource for Physicians. Assists the Corporate Compliance Office when issues arise that directly involve CMS, the OIG, and HSAG.
Establishes and monitors employee workflows, productivity, and quality. Evaluates staff performance. Initiates recommendations for changes in classification, salary action, promotion, demotion, transfer and termination. Collaborate with Human Resources to settle employee problems and administer appropriate disciplinary action. Interviews, selects and hires personnel.
Develops and monitors internal key indicator metrics associated with denials and charge capture/ED charge posting as it relates to the revenue cycle. Proactively reviews clinical documentation. Assures evidence based practices by creating an environment that encourages the use of research and vision in developing and improving operational processes.
Monitors and maintains an effective quality assurance and process improvement plan for clinical denial, charge capture, and ED charge posting processes. Assists in setting annual department and individual performance goals for the upcoming year.
Develops policies and procedures for system-wide clinical denial, charge capture, and ED charge posting practices to meet Corporate Compliance guidelines and to ensure appropriate and effective reimbursement.
Develops and maintains designated cost center budgets. Monitors variance against budget on an ongoing basis and reports variances against the budget each month. Performs other duties as assigned.
Internal Number: 2018-12118
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