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Responsible for providing guidance and mentoring of new and/or existing staff with daily work effort and proper handling of accounts.
Responsible for duties in support of departmental efficiencies which may include: but not limited to performing scheduling, registration, patient pre-admission and admission, reception and discharge functions. Must obtain complete and accurate patient demographic information. Patient Access representatives also must employ proper, compliant patient liability collection techniques before, during & after date of service.
Responsible for screening self-pay patients at hospital bedside for eligibility in various governmental and non-governmental programs. Responsible for identifying all sources of potential payors including auto insurance, Workers’ Compensation, commercial insurance, private insurance, TPL, etc. to route account appropriately in the Patient Accounting environment. Also responsible for obtaining and completing the Confidential Financial Statement form and assisting patients in the process of applying for any benefits for which they may be eligible.
The Patient Services Center Supervisor is responsible for providing guidance and mentoring of new and/or existing staff with daily work effort and proper handling of patient accounts. The Supervisor can have oversight of either or both the financial clearance and scheduling functions.
The Supervisor will provide coordination and management of the Patient Service Center Team to maximize quality of service. This includes monitoring, evaluating, and coaching Team members. The Supervisor is responsible for team member productivity in achieving Service Center standards such as service level, abandonment rate, work time, calls/accounts handled per day and customer service and any other metrics used in operating the center.
The Patient Service Center Representative II is responsible for creating a positive patient experience by accurately and efficiently handling the day to day operations relating to both Financial Clearance and Scheduling of a patient. This includes adherence to department policies and procedures related to verification of eligibility/benefits, pre-authorization requirements, available payment options, financial counseling and other identified financial clearance related duties in addition to full scheduling duties. Upon occasion, the PSC REP II may be only assigned to complex pre-registration. The PSC REP II is expected to develop a thorough understanding of assigned function(s).
Responsible for a wide range of duties in support of CAS departmental efficiencies which may include but not limited to verification of benefits, obtaining authorization requirements, and authorization request submissions. Collaborates with CAS department leaders in operational and quality excellence.
Employment practices will not be influenced or affected by an applicant’s or employee’s race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy), national origin, age, disability, genetic information, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, veteran status or any other legally protected status.