Cash Application Supervisor
AssuraMed - Twinsburg, OH

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The Cash Application Supervisor is responsible for organizing and directing the on-going functions of the cash application areas and the personnel performing those functions.

Primary Duties:
  • Act as an effective supervisor with a positive attitude. Work through team conflict with solutions and creative ideas. Build a strong team relationship by helping, understanding and motivating your team.
  • Assist with hiring and retaining qualified employees to maintain appropriate staffing levels.
  • Post cash (checks, wires, credit card, and lockbox deposits) batches to the correct customer accounts, as needed.
  • Track any variances between the amount deposited and the amount provided on the explanation of benefits or customer remittance.
  • Work with Treasury to reconcile the Aged Customer Trial Balance with the Accounting General Ledger.
  • Hold weekly meetings on progress of cash application issues and distribute minutes of previous meetings.
  • Develop metrics to track personnel efficiency and design process to measure progress.
  • Assist in team projects as needed.
  • Work with Billing and IT Departments to identify any and correct any issues with cash posted to customer accounts.
  • Complete performance evaluations for employees as assigned in accordance with Company policy.
  • Schedule utilization time of department personnel including vacation, time off, etc.
  • Comply with laws and regulations as they pertain to services provided by the Company. This includes supporting and demonstrating compliance with the Company‚Äôs Compliance and HIPAA Plans.
  • Attend all required Compliance, HIPAA and other scheduled training.
  • Promptly report any information regarding a known or suspected violation of any applicable laws, regulations, standards or company policy.
  • Represent the culture and values of the Company to other groups, agencies and the general public, and ensure accuracy of public information materials.
  • As applicable, attend in-service, continuing education or seminar programs to stay current with industry and community trends.
  • As applicable, present department operating metrics to management and staff.

Experience Needed
Education Requirements:
  • High School Diploma/GED
  • College Degree Preferred
Experience/Skills:
  • Medical Billing Experience
  • Prior Supervisor Experience Preferred
  • Good Communication Skills
  • Strong Analytical Skills
  • Time Management/Scheduling of Department Staff
Certifications: None

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