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The Senior Director, Ops Performance provides insight, direction and feedback into Conifer Health clients’ monthly revenue cycle performance, budget variance and overall P&L results, and works to pro-actively report budget issues, as well as offer recommendations for improvement. Other responsibilities include preparing, organizing and analyzing the monthly financials and reports for Conifer Health leaders, as well as meeting with the clients to ensure an understanding of the financials and areas of concern.
The Patient Access Manager is responsible for leading all daily Patient Access operations. This includes, but is not limited to assisting in preparation for both short and long range planning recommendations for all Registration Process areas, managing all operational metrics to ensure the department meets client and Conifer goals, and consistently managing staffing activities in areas of responsibility.
The Physician RCM Reporting Manager will be responsible for oversight of Business Intelligence Reporting Analytics team, as well as a portion of inventory and vendor project management. This role is directly involved in action planning for improvement of employee engagement survey scores, team communication, and employee development.
The Patient Account Representative is responsible for all aspects of billing, follow up and collection activity including making telephone calls, accessing payer websites, identifying issues, and providing suggestions for resolution. Other responsibilities include accurately and thoroughly documenting the pertinent collection activity performed. .
The Sr. Director, Client Delivery (SDCD) serves as the strategic leader providing business insight on all aspects of Revenue Cycle Services for assigned client locations. Responsibilities include serving as the liaison between operations and the client, providing strategic leadership to the regional client service leaders, ensuring SLAs and performance expectations are met in collaboration with operations, managing the P&L, and ensuring projects and initiatives are financially profitable and meet or exceed margin thresholds. This is a key leadership role, with high visibility and impact on the client, internal stakeholders and the overall operational performance of the organization.
The Senior Director, Client Performance Leader directs the A/R management functions as head of a Center of Excellence, Business Line, Mega Center, and/or many small unintegrated clients. This includes the execution of multiple business processes, such as assigned billing, customer service and collections program(s). This role will be responsible for leading and managing staff and subordinate leadership including virtual employees. The position also involves achieving and sustaining excellent productivity and accuracy.
As clients consolidate their existing operations (business offices) into Conifer Centers Excellence (CEO), the Director, AR Ops Transitions will be responsible for directing various activities throughout the client consolation process. This includes serving as interim management of operations, overseeing all functions of A/R Management during a client consolation, and conducting client assessment prior to client consolations.
The Patient Access Supervisor will be responsible for providing daily support/mentoring/training to new hires, as well as existing Patient Access staff. This position will also be responsible for assisting in preparation for both short and long range planning recommendations for all Registration Process areas including: Admitting, Centralized Scheduling, Emergency Department, and any on or offsite clinics.
The HIM Director will be responsible for developing and administering systems related to health information management including medical records maintenance, clinical coding, release of information, and documentation/billing audits. This position will be accountable for ensuring compliance with related regulations and standards established by State, Federal, accrediting and other regulatory agencies.
The Inpatient Coder will be responsible for assigning diagnostic and procedural codes to patient charts of moderate to high complexity using ICD-9-CM, CPT and HCPCS or any other designated coding classification system in accordance with coding rules and regulations. The Inpatient Coder will abide by the Standards of Ethical Coding as set forth by AHIMA, and will be responsible for abstracting required clinical information from the medical record. This is a remote position.