In this role, the Office Manager
directs, supervises and coordinates the overall operation of
the Ambulatory Chemotherapy Center.
Responsibilities include supervision of registration, scheduling, insurance verification, treatment authorizations, coding, billing
and reimbursement processes. The Office Manager will also maintain
all office equipment and
supplies, approve payroll, perform analysis of financial spreadsheets for payments and deposits, prepare statistical reports, supervise patients’ enrollment in financial assistance programs;
assist in selection, hiring, training and performance evaluations of subordinates and initiate personnel actions in accordance with the hospital policies.
The office manager is the liaison for the center and will interact with interdisciplinary departments at all levels.
This individual will perform all duties assigned consistent with the New York Methodist hospital’s commitment to providing quality health care services in a compassionate and humane manner.
Associate degree required in healthcare management or related specialty. Bachelor’s degree preferred.
Minimum of Five (5) years of healthcare management experience required;
Knowledge of working in a Chemotherapy Center is preferred
Experience in medical billing and coding is required
Excellent organization and communication skills, with consistent attention to details
Excellent computer skills with literacy in all Microsoft Office software; Knowledge of Medical Manager software is a preferred.
Able to interact with a wide variety of employees and handle several complex situations simultaneously
Demonstrates the willingness and ability to research, learn and obtain knowledge for the performance of the position
Demonstrates the ability to utilize critical thinking and apply sound clinical judgment and assessment skills for decision-making
New York Methodist Hospital - 2 years ago
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New York Methodist Hospital is a not-for-profit, acute-care teaching hospital in the Park Slope section of Brooklyn. Established in 1881 as...