Billing Supervisor
Saint Louis University 94 reviews - St. Louis, MO

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Under general supervision, coordinates billing activities; ensures maximum reimbursements and compliance with departmental, University, University Medical Group, IDX billing system, and healthcare governing agency policies and procedures; supervises staff; provides data and prepares reports.

May include any and/or all of the following:

  • Monitors billing procedures and documentation, and provides updates regarding reimbursement and regulatory compliance; conducts periodic audits; maintains files; maintains resource library related to department coding and billing regulations and compliance.
  • Supervises, hires and orients billing staff; assigns work, develops work schedules, and instructs in proper billing procedures; assists with development and revision of departmental billing processes/procedures; monitors staff performance and provides feedback; ensures staff is obtaining adequate billing information; provides opportunity for associated billing training for staff.
  • Assigns accurate billing codes; selects appropriate account for charge entry; posts charges; verifies billing from reports and other source documents; ensures reconciliation of revenues and charges; maintains statistics; prepares charge and billing reports.
  • Reviews and follows-up on denials and reimbursement relative to coding and charge entry processes to maximize cash flow, reimbursement, and to assure regulatory compliance; provides assistance with revenue projections.
  • May coordinate UMG faculty credentialing and hospital privileges; performs other duties as assigned.
    • Knowledge of billing, reimbursement, and third-party regulations
    • Knowledge of University and healthcare governing agency policies and procedures
    • Knowledge of medical terminology
    • Supervisory skills
    • Interpersonal/human relations skills
    • Verbal and written communication skills
    • Planning and organizational skills
    • Ability to code procedures and diagnoses using CPT and ICD-9 coding
    • Ability to interpret accounts and records, and develop spreadsheets and reports
    • Ability to perform basic bookkeeping and compile statistics
    • Ability to type, and operate personal computer and various office equipment
    • Ability to prepare reports, and maintain records and files
    • Ability to extract data from conversations and documents
    • Ability to maintain confidentiality
    Education and experience equivalent to:

    Associate's degree; supplemented with three (3) years of related work experience.


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