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Claims Resolution Specialist in Coppell, TX at Parallon

Date Posted: 4/30/2019

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    Coppell, TX
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    Not Specified
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Job Description


SHIFT: No Weekends

SCHEDULE: Full-time

Parallon believes that organizations that continuously learn and improve will thrive. That’s why after more than a decade we remain dedicated to helping hospitals and hospital systems operate knowledgeably, intelligently, effectively and efficiently in the rapidly evolving healthcare marketplace, today and in the future. As one of the healthcare industry’s leading providers of business and operational services, Parallon is uniquely equipped to provide a broad spectrum of customized revenue cycle services.

Claims Resolution Specialist

Job Summary – The Claims Resolution Specialist is responsible for applying fundamental knowledge of healthcare revenue cycle practices and procedures as it relates to researching, analyzing, and resolving open insurance claims and balances. This job requires regular outreach to payors.

Supervisor – Accounts Receivable Manager

Supervises – None

Duties (included but not limited to)

• Conduct follow-up with payors, vendors, and clearinghouse on open insurance claims and balances in compliance with departmental policies and procedures
• Resubmit primary and secondary claims
• Identify potential claim issues and escalate to management
• Review, identify, and resolve payor denials
• Update patient accounts as appropriate
• Ensure adjustments are posted timely and correctly for claims that need to be adjusted
• Resolve claims impacted by payor recoupments and refunds
• Meet and maintain established departmental performance metrics for production and quality
• Maintain working knowledge of workflow, systems, and tools used in the department
• Practice and adhere to the “Code of Conduct” philosophy and “Mission and Value Statement”
• Other duties as assigned

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities

• Communication - communicates clearly and concisely, verbally and in writing, utilizing proper punctuation and correct spelling
• Customer orientation - establishes and maintains long-term customer relationships, building trust and respect by consistently meeting and exceeding expectations
• Interpersonal skills - able to work effectively with other employees, patients, and external parties
• PC skills - demonstrates proficiency in Microsoft Office applications and others as required
• Policies & Procedures - demonstrates knowledge and understanding of organizational policies, procedures, and systems
• Basic skills - demonstrates ability to organize, perform and track multiple tasks accurately in short timeframes; able to work quickly and accurately in a fast-paced environment while managing multiple demands; able to work both independently and collaboratively as a team player; demonstrates adaptability, analytical and problem solving skills, and attention to detail; and able to perform basic mathematical calculations, balance and reconcile figures, and transcribe accurately

High school diploma or GED required

Minimum one year related healthcare experience preferred. Relevant education may substitute experience requirement.


Physical Demands / Working Conditions– Requires prolonged sitting/standing, some bending, stooping, walking and stretching. Requires eye-hand coordination and manual dexterity sufficient to operate a keyboard, photocopier, telephone, calculator and other office equipment. Requires normal range of hearing and eyesight to record, prepare and communicate appropriate reports or other information. Requires lifting papers/boxes and pushing/pulling up to 25 pounds occasionally. Work is performed in an office environment or
hospital setting. Work may be stressful at times. Contact may involve dealing with angry or upset people. Staff must remain flexible and available to provide staffing assistance for any/all disaster or emergency situations.

OSHA Category– The normal work routine involves no exposure to blood, body fluids, or tissues (although situations can be imagined or hypothesized under which anyone, anywhere, might encounter potential exposure to body fluids). Persons who perform these duties are not called upon as part of their employment to perform or assist in emergency care or first aid, or to be potentially exposed in some other way.