MEDICAL COORDINATOR (Independent Contractor)
Duties and Responsibilities:
1.) Schedules, coordinates, prepares agenda, takes minutes, insurance verification/pre-authorization, provides follow up on all unresolved insurance, patient issues. Scans documents and directs billing issues and/or patient inquiries to billing department.
2.) Keeps current and concise documentation of patient vital records, phone contacts with patient. Backs up records daily. Filing charts, patient records appropriately.
3.) Coordinates receipt of credentialing and privileging applications. Performs review and analysis, identification and follow up of "red flag" items; prepares files for review and recommendation by the doctor and/or Administrator.
4.) Interprets federal, state, local, and government/insurance agency regulations and guidelines, policies, and procedures; advises provider/administrator on compliance issues as appropriate.
5.) Performs miscellaneous job-related duties as assigned.
6.) This is an independent contractor position. No taxes will be taken out of your wages. It is the independent contractor's responsibility to file a tax return yearly, to report income earned and pay taxes from wages to the state of Michigan and Federal Government of the United States of America
Minimum Job Requirements:
1.) (Preferred but not required) Experience working in a medical office or professional office.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities Required
- General office equipment skills. Information research skills.
2.) Basic knowledge of office procedures, computer skills, organization, a pleasant telephone voice, as well as knowledge of telephone courtesy.
3.) Common sense. Patience. Courteous. Timely. Responsible. Excellent work ethic. Trust-worthy. Brings a positive attitude to work.
5.) Database management skills including query and report generation.
6.) Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing with all levels of the organization.
Working Conditions and Physical Effort
1.) Work is normally performed in an office located at the visiting provider's home to keep overhead low, since patients are treated at their place of residence.
2.) In some cases, the provider may request you to run an errand outside of the office.
To apply Call (586) 219-3330
or Fax your resume (586) 412-9645
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