How to Apply
A cover letter is required for consideration for this position and should be attached as the first page of your resume. The cover letter should address your specific interest in the position and outline skills and experience that directly relate to this position. Responsibilities*
The Reimbursement Manager is responsible for oversight of the UMHHC?s reimbursement department, as well as a key advisory role within the UMHS. Key responsibilities include:
advice is needed
- Financial reporting including third party accounting for net revenue and estimated settlements
- Medicare, Medicaid and Blue Cross cost reports, settlements, audits and appeals
- Analysis of new regulations, payment methods and contractual arrangements
- Participating in and supporting UMHS initiatives and programs where revenue/reimbursement
- Working closely with others in finance leadership to develop and prioritize goals for UMHS
environment Required Qualifications*
- Providing supervision and mentorship to reimbursement department staff
- Developing the reimbursement team and able to demonstrate success in a team focused
Experience: Requires five to ten (5-10) years of progressive experience in healthcare financial management and at least five (5) years of experience in hospital reimbursement.
Education: Requires a Bachelor's preferably in Finance or Accounting, business management or a related field. Master's degree or CPA is desirable. Desired Qualifications*
Desired characteristics include strong problem solving and analytics, effective communication and presentation skills, excellent teamwork and customer service orientation. In addition the candidate should possess strong knowledge of health care finance, accounting and third party reimbursement and payment methodologies. Prior experience with an academic medical center or large teaching hospital/health system is desired. Additional Information
University of Michigan Health System (UMHS) is seeking an experienced finance leader and reimbursement professional for a manager position.
UMHS, includes the UM Hospitals and Health Centers (UMHHC), one of the premier health care organizations in the country. UMHHC is consistently included in the US News and World Report honor roll of best hospitals in America, currently ranked 14th in the nation and number one in Detroit metro area. UMHS also includes the UM Medical School, one of the largest and most prestigious in the country, and the UM Faculty Group Practice, comprised of over 1600 faculty physicians. The UMHS receives numerous awards for quality, patient safety, and is frequently included in local and regional ?best places to work? publications.
UMHHC generates $2 billion in annual patient care revenue from its 961 licensed beds and 120+ clinics. In the most recent fiscal year, patient activity totaled 45,000 inpatient discharges and 1.8 million outpatient visits. The UMHHC and Medical School operate 80+ accredited GME programs which combined represents the 3rd largest program in the country based on number of residents and fellows. UMHS also receives nearly $500 million in annual research awards including several hundred projects each year in clinical and translational research.
Health System Finance serves as the central finance group for UMHS and is comprised of nine functional areas: Strategic Finance & Business Consulting, Managerial Reporting & Analysis, Enterprise Budget & Forecasting, Academic Financial Planning & Analysis, Enterprise Financial Reporting, Financial Systems, ICD-10 Transition, Revenue Analytics, and Reimbursement.
University of Michigan - 14 months ago