Accounts Receivable Supervisor
Roman Eagle Rehabilitation and Health Care Center, Inc.
Roman Eagle Rehabilitation and Health Care, Inc has been providing health care services to Southwest Virginia for over one hundred years. We provide both short and long-term skilled nursing care and rehabilitative services to the surrounding area. The facility has undergone numerous expansions and is currently one of the largest in Virginia.
The primary purpose of the Accounts Receivable Supervisor is to be responsible for the billing and collection of all medical claims. This employee focuses primarily on maximizing cash flow through efficient billing and collection processes and is responsible for managing the accounts receivable function according to the organization's established policies and procedures. This position ensures timely and accurate monthly billing and collections and supervises accounts receivable staff.
The Accounts Receivable Supervisor MUST be very knowledgeable of the requirements for long term care billing to Medicare (Part A & B), Pharmacy, Medicare Advantage Plans, Medicaid, Medicaid Managed Care (MMC), Third Party Insurance, Long Term Care Insurance, resident liability and private pay patients. This position interacts routinely with the Business Office Manager, Director of Finance, Director of Nursing, MDS Coordinator, Therapy Manager, third party insurance payors, auditors, residents and their families.
• Oversee monthly billing of claims and collection from all payors.
• Monitor aged accounts receivable by following up with payors and sending out past due notices when required.
• Interact with residents and families regarding financial issues.
• Supervise accounts receivable staff
• Oversee resident trust fund accounting and reconciliations.
• Calculate, process, and monitor patient pay adjustments (Medicaid).
• Liaison for any software updates related to billing tables, rates and upgrades as it relates to accounts receivable.
• Oversee the Medicaid application process, monitor Medicaid pending claims and serve as liaison between families and community social services departments.
• Oversee Medicaid application renewals and ensure they are timely processed.
• Maintain Medicare/Medicaid logs including Medicare bad debt log.
• Must have the ability to work independently under tight deadlines to ensure all tasks are completed on time.
• Bachelor's degree in business, finance or related field, preferred.
• Minimum of 7 years of experience working as an advanced long-term care facility biller/collector.
• Experience working in a high-volume long-term care environment is critical.
• Extensive knowledge of Medicare, Medicare Advantage Managed Care, Medicaid, Long Term Care Insurance, Third Party Insurance and Private Pay payers as they relate to long-term care.
• Extensive knowledge of state and federal regulations pertaining to nursing facility administrative and billing procedures.
• Strong knowledge of long-term care software such as American HealthTech or PointClickCare.
• Strong Microsoft Office skills.
• Previous supervisory experience preferred.
• Applicant must exhibit excellent communication, multi-task, and organization skills.
Our company provides an extensive benefits package including health/dental/vision/cancer/life insurance, paid holidays, paid time off, paid sick time, and a 401K retirement plan with company match.
Pay will be based on qualifications and experience.
Equal Opportunity Employer.