Department Name: H4021: Revenue Management - Coding & Documentation
The Assistant Director of Revenue Cycle Community Partnerships will be responsible for operationalizing systems/processes related to existing and new service reviews in the areas of scheduling, registration, document management, charge capture, coding, billing, and revenue integrity activities.
This individual will also develop, monitor and manage team's annual expenses, as compared to the budget in order to ensure the department has the necessary funds to carry out departmental goals and objectives. Additional duties will include preparing weekly, monthly, and ad-hoc reports to monitor revenue cycle functions and key performance indicators for community partnerships.
This revenue cycle leader has significant resource management oversight and development responsibilities, including providing strategic leadership through appropriate delegation, coaching, and promotion of self-initiative and creative problem solving; and directly overseeing the processes of the revenue cycle reporting staff including performance and career development.
The ideal candidate will possess excellent administrative and staff management skills; have the ability to lead and direct others toward goal setting and attainment, taking into account divergent demands while managing scope and timelines; demonstrate strong analytical and qualitative research experience; be well organized; have exceptional communication skills (written and verbal); enjoy working both independently, as well as closely with their co-workers in a supportive team environment; outstanding computer skills (including Microsoft Office); above average customer service skills; a strong ability to engage and motivate others; active listening skills; and a thorough understanding of resource and employee management.
Position Time Status: Full-Time
Required Related Experience:
Required License/Registration/Certification :
Master's degree with experience in healthcare and/or business administration or a related field.
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