Under the direction of the A/R Supervisor, the Third Party Analyst will maintain the management of Care New England accounts receivable. Responsible for following up on current, past due accounts, and secondary balances with third party payers on claims that are denied or unpaid beyond the contracted time frame. Assist supervisor with reporting, analyzing and trending of the accounts receivable. The Third Party Analyst functions as a billing liaison to patients, providers, and insurance carriers, internal and external customers to ensure appropriate reimbursement on claims.
Specifications: High school degree required. Associates degree preferred. Minimum of two years related experience in a health care environment or accounts receivable. Knowledge of third party payers, medical terminology, word processing, statistical tools, and computer applications, including Excel highly desirable. Must have excellent interpersonal, communication and typing skills, as well as demonstrate appropriate decision making/judgment skills when addressing the accounts receivable.
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