The Revenue Cycle Manager is responsible for managing the
revenue cycle for Campus Health Services. This individual is
responsible for managing day-to-day billing operations within CHS.
With the Associate Vice President and Director of Operations, this
individual is responsible for managing the student health
insurance. This position requires strong leadership skills with the
ability to prioritize, plan, and assist the Director of
Responsibilities and Duties
- Manages overall medical billing operations.
- Ensuring accurate claim submission and performing account
- Oversees aggressive follow-ups with accounts receivables (A/R),
including preparation of denial appeals and distribution of patient
- Oversees private payer health insurance claims filing,
collection, and reimbursement schedules.
- Ensure compliance with all federal and state regulations.
- Reviews and analyzes customer accounts, identifies trends and
issues, and recommends solutions.
- Works collaboratively with the IT team to ensure systems
integrity for billing and accounting functions.
- Responsible for maintaining payer credentialing for all
providers as well as CAQH database.
- Identifies and implements strategies to improve internal and
- Manages the Student Health Insurance plan including enrollment,
capitation payments, marketing, data analysis, and communication to
the student constituents.
- Monitors fee schedules and insurance denials in order to ensure
fully allowed reimbursement.
- Responsible for researching, developing, writing, and updating
billing policies, procedures, methods, and guidelines.
- Assists with answering phones, cashiering, closing &
completion of daily sales receipts & related daily journal
- Additional duties as assigned.
- Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, Accounting, or
- 2-4 years of related revenue cycle experience.
- 1-2 years of management or supervisory experience.
- Any equivalent combination of related education, experience,
- Certified Medical Coder (CMC).
- Familiarity with PeopleSoft Financials.
- Three to five years’ experience with medical billing,
front-office operations, payer and insurance expertise, physician
practice management and healthcare business processes.
- Three to five years’ experience with policies and procedures
related to medical billing and reimbursement.
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with disabilities are encouraged to apply.