High School diploma or GED.
Numeric data-entry by touch of 11,000 KSPH.
The ability to read, speak and write in the English language in a clear and concise manner.
6 months of previous computer experience.
The ability to organize work and meet deadlines.
Numeric data-entry by touch of 12,000 KSPH
Previous experience with bookkeeping and/or insurance payment posting is preferred.
Ability to sit for 8 hours with occasional breaks. Ability to enter numerical data with high levels of accuracy and speed for 8 hours with occasional breaks. Good manual dexterity, strength and health of hands, fingers and wrists. Adequate eye sight in order to read payment information, EOBs and computer monitors.
Typical conditions of office environment. At month-end deadline, stress levels may exceed normal levels.
Intermedix is the nation's largest provider of business and technology solutions that manage the revenue cycle and support incident preparedness for the emergency healthcare services industry. With over 1,400 employees across the country, we are a Company dedicated to providing innovative technology and business services solutions to our clients. As the industry leader we seek high-energy and dedicated professionals who will uphold our Organization’s commitment in the growing emergency healthcare sector. If you want to work for a Company that rewards innovation and hard work with opportunities for growth and development, then Intermedix may be just the place for you.
The Accounts Receivable Team Member is responsible for applying incoming payments and adjustments to the appropriate patient accounts and for making sure the balances on the accounts are up to date and accurate so that future billings can be processed accurately.
Essential Functions Summary:
As payments are received in the Correspondence department, the payments are divided into batches by database and by payer type. Each batch is totaled, bundled up, and then sent to Accounts Receivable. Once the batches go into Accounts Receivable, they are then separated out by state and given to the Team Member responsible for keying payments for that state. The Accounts Receivable Team Member will then key the payments into the appropriate patient account and verify the accuracy of the balance information for each account. Posted amounts are then audited in relation to the batch control totals to ensure accuracy. In addition, A/R Team Members must be aware of the necessary discount adjustments in effect for the various databases and payers and must determine if a discount is available and will refer to the proper explanation of benefits (EOB) or the appropriate client manuals when necessary.