Hampton Bays, NY
To aggressively pursue revenue due your practice or facility. I am confident that with the skills, knowledge and experience I have acquired, I will meet your criteria.
MEDICAL BILL COLLECTOR A/R
September 2009 to Present
I have to work with 7 different offices dealing with: commercial claims, no/fault claims specialist 95% of denied claims paid, workers' compensation claims as well as Medicare. I have to know the details of the insurance from start to finish because this is where all the mistakes are seen if they are not caught prior. Speaking to attorneys, insurance companies, patients. As you are aware working 7 offices, this list is a brief over view.
February 2008 to June 2008
The job was clerical to start then I had to collect the checks add them on excel. Then I was starting to learn coding surgical procedures. I did as I was told and it didn't look right to me. However as it turns out it was wrong (denials always come back fast). I was let go after 6 months. The reason I was given my spread sheet didn't add up. That is impossible my numbers matched and the computer does the total. To be honest I think it was a personality conflict.
June 2006 to December 2007
At first the main focus was to receive the correct payment on denied claims. I had to electronically submit claims as well as paper. Posting charges and payments. Seeing patients, through the copayment and drug advocacy programs. Keeping the fee schedules up to date..I had a lot of time with the patients and the loved ones, to clear up any misconceptions about the insurance they had. Interaction with the software management company. All things in a nut shell get the money in, and maintain the cash flow. Using hind sight I shouldn't have left. Was the most challenging and always changing position I have had. This kept me on top of my game.
Diploma in Insurance
March 2005 to August 2005