Pros: getting to meet all the hierachy and running around
Cons: i strive to be the best i can be but sometimes that is not acceptable.
Morning analysis of discharge patients to review uninsured or indigent patients for reimbursable drugs used by patients for all hospitals in my area. Verify the census discharged patients EHR for reimbursable drugs used. Fill online forms, print out, call patients to discuss removing the drug from their bill by completing the forms and signing, make appointment with patient to complete in small hospital areas. Going to Dr.’s offices to pick up or drop off paperwork in small areas. Submit some single patient forms or submit acceptable bulk submittal, when applicable. Depending on what area you are in this can be done. Different areas work differently. Mostly bulk submittals are done in large hospitals on pharmaceutical company software. This prep is done every morning, later part the day stages of billing are done for all five hospitals. Make the rounds to the hospitals pick up paper work signed by Pharmacy Director and facility Dr.'s or make rounds to verify shipping of pharmacy drugs in shipping areas to be released to facility pharmacies. Different deadlines implemented because deadlines must be met, there are no late submittals, no late billing, and billing must be accurate. I learned to be speedy with exceptional accuracy, to check everything before submittal, to accept critics, to make needed changes, and have a happy day. . Definitely self-management everyone is working no time to babysit. Supervisor made the rounds weekly or at least once a month. Almost always finished ahead of time and helped co-workers. Seriously big money and the job is a group effort. Staying abreast of government poverty guidelines (NO EXCEPTIONS) is the most important thing, it's not hard. It's a great feeling to complete your job to the best of your ability. I am my toughest critic