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  • 23 Mar 2019 6:59 AM | Anonymous

    Position Description: Managing accounting staff and responsible for monthly close, financial reporting, accounts payable, accounts receivable, preparing journal entries and budgets. 

    Seeking an individual with a Bachelor's degree in Accounting with 3+ years as accounting manager or controller of a healthcare group.

    Contact:

    Robert Harrington
    mailto:rharrington@rrmastaffing.com

  • 19 Mar 2019 7:55 AM | Anonymous

    Position Description: Interim or Permanent - The Confidential Search Company is an executive recruiting firm with over twenty-five years of experience placing healthcare financial and administrative executives, managers and specialists.

    We are conducting an executive search for an INTERIM or Permanent Manager Financial Planning & Regulatory Reporting s for our client, a NCQA-accredited, not-for-profit health plan that is the fastest growing commercial health plans in Massachusetts. They are a part of a very large, strong not-for-profit health system. Offices are in Somerville, MA.

    Immediate need

    • Manage a staff of 4 fulltime employees
    • Complete Q1 DOI filings due on May 15th for the Orange Book (HMO) and Yellow Book (P&C)
    • Meet June 3 deadline for: Audited Financial Statements; Accountants Qualification Letter; Internal Controls Letter; and CPA Awareness Letter
    • For an Interim the Initial commitment will be into June
    • The Interim will be considered for the permanent position (if interested)
    • Will consider temporary housing and travel expenses for an excellent candidate if appropriate
    • Interim Rate is negotiable, based on background and experience

    Permanent position (includes all of the above)

    The starting salary is up to $150,000, depending on background and experience. There may be some flexibility for an outstanding candidate.

    Relocation assistance may be available as appropriate.

    The Manager Financial and Regulatory Reporting reports to the Controller and this position is an extension of the Controller and represents that role in its activities.

    The Manager Financial and Regulatory Reporting is a key leader with subject matter expertise related to statutory accounting transactions and NAIC reporting requirements with proven success in the HMO and P&C insurance industries. They will play a key role in ensuring the company’s financial systems, processes and controls are adequate, properly functioning, and appropriately documented.

    The Manager Financial and Regulatory Reporting will ensure that the company’s statutory and regulatory reporting procedures comply with insurance industry standards. This includes leading the implementation of new statutory accounting standards and educating business leaders and staff on emerging statutory accounting and reporting issues and their impact on the business and processes. The Manager will develop and maintain procedures that are compliant with GAAP as well as relevant Federal or state regulations.

    The Manger Financial and Regulatory Reporting will be a key member of the Finance organization who must demonstrate drive, initiative, an advanced level of skill and the ability to grow and advance in the organization as well as provide leadership, strategic direction and guidance with regards to statutory and regulatory reporting. They will frequently interface with all departments and all leadership levels of the organization, as well as external auditors, regulators and industry organizations.

    Requirements:

    • Bachelor’s degree in an appropriate field required. CPA and/or Masters a plus
    • Minimum of 7 years relevant industry experience in a significant contributor or leadership role that demonstrates strong inter-personal skills
    • 2 years of management/supervisory experience preferred
    • Excellent research, analytical, teamwork and collaboration, time management and written and oral communication skills
    • Skilled in using Microsoft Office Suite as well as experienced with corporate financial systems
    • Able to work independently and as part of a team. Works with considerable latitude and may pursue self-initiated activities.

    All inquiries will be treated confidentially.

    Interested candidates should send their resume and salary history to:

    Matthew O’Brien
    The Confidential Search Company
    ConfSearch@aol.com
    860-742-1555

  • 08 Mar 2019 6:54 AM | Anonymous

    Position Description: Working under the supervision of the Manager of Revenue Integrity and Customer Service, the Revenue Integrity Reimbursement Coordinator is responsible for managing audit requests and appeals, performing charge master maintenance, and providing analytical support for Revenue Operations, clinical department leadership, and other stakeholders. The Coordinator monitors updates to inpatient, outpatient, and physician reimbursement and coverage for all payors. The Coordinator analyzes data to identify any potential impact to the hospital and communicates this impact out internally and to other departments.

    Education: Four years of formal training or education beyond the high school level (e.g., Bachelor’s Degree).

    Certification, Registration & Licensure: Medical coding, auditing, or health information certification required. Including, but not limited to CPC, COC, CIC, CRC, CPC-P, RHIA, RHIT, CCA, CCS, CCS-P, CDIP, or CHDA.

    Experience: Minimum of five years’ experience in healthcare revenue integrity, managed care contracting, billing, auditing, chargemaster, coding, or compliance in an acute care hospital. Must have at least two years’ experience working with reimbursement methodologies (i.e. IPPS, OPPS, MPFS, managed care). Excellent analytical, organizational, and research skills required. Must have demonstrated ability to successfully collaborate with department leadership and staff. Must have excellent communication skills with the ability to present complex information in a professional, easy-to-understand way. Must be able to successfully manage multiple priorities and deadlines. Previous clinical experience preferred. Strong computer skills required, including Microsoft Word, Excel, and Publisher.

    Contact:

    Wendy Dumais
    603-230-7498 (p)
    mailto:wdumais@crhc.org

  • 08 Mar 2019 6:51 AM | Anonymous

    Position Description: Responsible for the management and optimization of self-pay collections for the organization. Ensure the highest level of customer service is provided to our patients. Develop, maintain and audit relationships with third party collection vendors. Ensure the organization maintains high level of integrity through comprehensive understanding of regulatory requirements around the collection process (i.e.: FDCPA, IRS 501(r), etc.) Working under the supervision of the Director of Revenue Operations, the Manager, Credit & Collections has direct oversight for the Customer Service unit.

    Education: Bachelor’s degree in Business or related field. 

    Certification, Registration & Licensure: Medical coding certification preferred. 

    Experience: Four years related experience and/or training. Equivalent combination of education and experience may be considered. Knowledge and understanding of hospital revenue cycle operations. Knowledge of regulatory publications, how to access and interpret. Extensive knowledge of government and commercial payer requirements to ensure accurate and compliant billing of hospital inpatient, outpatient, surgical and ancillary services. Knowledge of reimbursement methodologies.

    Contact:

    Wendy Dumais
    603-230-7498
    mailto:wdumais@crhc.org

  • 08 Mar 2019 6:45 AM | Anonymous

    Position Description: Responsible for the development, implementation, maintenance and audit functions related to the charge master. Deliver, monitor and maintain a consistent and accurate charge description master that is in compliance with both state and federal regulatory agencies. Monitor and maximize system revenue. Working under the supervision of the Director of Revenue Operations, the Manager, Revenue Integrity has direct oversight for the Revenue Integrity team.

    Education: Bachelor’s degree in Business or related field.

    Certification, Registration & Licensure: Medical coding certification preferred.

    Experience: Four years related experience and/or training. Equivalent combination of education and experience may be considered. Knowledge and understanding of hospital revenue cycle operations. Knowledge of regulatory publications, how to access and interpret. Extensive knowledge of government and commercial payer requirements to ensure accurate and compliant charging and billing of hospital inpatient, outpatient, surgical and ancillary services. Extensive knowledge of CPT, HCPCS, and revenue codes. Knowledge of reimbursement methodologies.

    Contact:

    Wendy Dumais
    603-230-7498 (p)
    mailto:wdumais@crhc.org

  • 05 Mar 2019 9:09 AM | Anonymous

    Position Description: This is an exceptional opportunity for a dynamic and accomplished financial executive to join the senior leadership team of a mission-driven, not-for-profit 100-bed pediatric sub-acute hospital that provides medical, behavioral health, and educational services to children with special health care needs.

    The CFO is a key member of the leadership team and he/she is accountable for establishment and oversight of fiscal management systems and IT.


    The CFO will maintain the institution's financial viability and ensure that all accounting practices and financial transactions are conducted in accordance with accepted accounting standards, laws and regulations governing the fiscal management of not-for-profit healthcare institutions.

    Qualifications: B.S. in Business Administration or related area and a Master’s Degree and/or C.P.A. qualification is required.

    Seven to ten years’ experience in progressively responsible positions in healthcare financial management is needed with previous CFO experience preferred. Special knowledge and competency in third-party reimbursement is essential. A demonstrated background as a strategic-thinker with strong financial and IT skills is necessary. Experience working with not-for-profit healthcare entities highly desirable.

    Contact:
    Claire Connolly
    mailto:claire.connolly@phillipsdipisa.com

  • 26 Feb 2019 1:22 PM | Anonymous

    Position Description: Provide comprehensive financial and statistical information to department directors, senior management, and the Finance Committee, that will assist in accomplishing the goals of the organization's strategic plan. Plans and prepares ad hoc cost accounting reports, and other periodic analytic reports related to cost, product lines and reimbursement. Responds to requests for management information , using data mining tools when necessary. Retrieves data from various accounting and finance applications. Some data mining involved. Develops accurate and meaningful reports for use of hospital management. Prepares annual revenue and statistical budgets. Responsible for interim modeling of third party reimbursement and requests for interim rates.


    Education and Experience: Bachelor's Degree in Accounting or its equivalent. 2-3 years related experience with significant accounting and analytical responsibilities.

    Contact:

    Marcia Goulart
    marcia.goulart@newlondonhospital.org
    273 County Road
    New London, NH 03257
    603-526-5095

  • 26 Feb 2019 12:39 PM | Anonymous

    The Confidential Search Company is an executive recruiting firm with over twenty-five years of experience placing healthcare financial and administrative Executives, VPs. Directors, Managers and specialists.

    We are conducting a confidential, executive search for a Director, Revenue Integrity for our client, a large, financially strong, integrated health care system with several hospitals.

    Our client’s offices are in eastern MA and located outside of Boston.


    The starting salary for the Manager is up to $170k, depending on background and experience. There may be some flexibility for a very well qualified candidate.

    The Director defines and carries out the strategy for maximum revenue capture while maintaining compliance with current regulations. The Director serves as the chief liaison between revenue cycle and clinical departments. The Director also ensures the availability and interpretation of reporting and analytics necessary for the clinical and revenue cycle departments to drive financial improvement.

    The Director, Revenue Integrity will:

    • Lead the Revenue Integrity department in an efficient and compliant manner of the Revenue Cycle
    • Oversee monitoring and improvement efforts within the functional areas of Revenue Integrity including:
    1. CDM Management
    2. Charge Capture
    3. Revenue Reconciliation
    4. Denial Management
    5. Reporting & Analytics
    • Oversee all functions performed by the Revenue Integrity team, including analytics and reporting, communication with departments and external shareholders, and ongoing strategy and development of the program
    • Work with team to develop meaningful metrics and key performance indicators departments to drive strategic analysis and decision-making
    • Lead targeted revenue improvement opportunities and assist with analyzing the financial impact as related to hospital clinical departments
    • Work proactively with leadership within Revenue Cycle and Finance to prioritize areas of focus and ensure appropriate ongoing performance
    • Assist in the development and maintenance of appropriate controls and security of processes that lead to accurate clinical, operational, and financial operations: and
    • Coordinate the above functions across hospital entities to ensure best practice performance is achieved standardly across the organization

    Requirements

    • Bachelor’s degree
    • Five (5) years of hospital revenue cycle or reimbursement experience, including three (3) years management experience. Revenue Integrity department or related experiences preferred
    • Experience and skill with MS Office required
    • Experience with revenue cycle software packages required

    Required Knowledge & Skills
    • Excellent understanding of multiple clinical disciplines and charging practices
    • Excellent ability to understand and interpret statistical reports and perform quantitative analysis
    • Knowledge and understanding of insurance claim processing and third-party reimbursement
    • Knowledge of state and federal regulations as they pertain to billing processes and procedures
    • Knowledge of the principles of Information Systems in order to effectively analyze and make decisions
    • Knowledge of healthcare related financial and/or accounting practices
    • Effective oral, written, and interpersonal communication skills
    • Skill in problem-solving in a variety of settings and translation of data into actionable steps
    • Skill in time management and project management
    • Ability to read, understand, and interpret, analyze and apply complex regulatory requirements
    • Ability to work efficiently under pressure
    • Ability to operate a computer and related applications
    • Ability to apply appropriate supervisory, management, and leadership techniques in an operational setting
    • Ability to work independently and take initiative
    • Ability to demonstrate a commitment to continuous learning and to operationalize that learning
    • Ability to deal effectively with constant changes and be a change agent
    • Ability to deal effectively with difficult people and/or difficult situations
    • Ability to willingly accept responsibility and/or delegate responsibility, and
    • Ability to set priorities and use good judgment for self and staff

    All inquiries will be treated confidentially.

    Interested candidates should send their resume to:

    Matthew O’Brien
    The Confidential Search Company
    ConfSearch@aol.com
    860-742-1555 or 800-222-2729

  • 26 Feb 2019 12:30 PM | Anonymous

    The Confidential Search Company is an executive recruiting firm with over twenty-five years of experience placing healthcare financial and administrative Executives, VPs. Directors, Managers and specialists.

    We are conducting an executive search for a Senior Reimbursement Analysts for our client, a large, financially strong, fully integrated health care services organization. They are growing and are adding several positions. Their offices are south of the Mass Pike and near I 95 in Massachusetts.



    The starting salary is up to $95k, depending on background and experience. There may be some flexibility for a very well qualified candidate.

    The Senior Reimbursement Analyst will:

    • Calculate net revenue and prepare analyses and cost reports for third party government payors and auditors and for internal customers
    • Prepare Medicare and Medicaid cost reports and other State specific filings
    • Prepare month end contractual and bad debt reserve analysis and entries
    • Prepare the annual net revenue budget in Axiom
    • Prepare and submit all quarterly government filings
    • Participate in Medicare audits and yearend financial audits
    • Prepare analysis that will assist the organization in areas impacted by reimbursement
    • Mentor the Reimbursement Analyst(s)

    Requirements

    • Bachelor’s Degree in finance / accounting or related field
    • Three (3) years of experience as a reimbursement analyst and many years of industry specific experience
    • Experience in third party reimbursement and in calculating net revenue and bad debt reserves and cost report preparation
    • Work independently with some guidance and ability to mentor reimbursement analyst(s)
    • Proficient in Microsoft Office and Accounting systems
    All inquiries will be treated confidentially.

    Interested candidates should send their resume to:

    Matthew O’Brien
    The Confidential Search Company
    ConfSearch@aol.com
    860-742-1555 or 800-222-2729

  • 18 Feb 2019 6:00 AM | Anonymous

    Position Description: Responsible for the direction and management of the following departments: 1) Patient accounts (hospital IP, OP, Physician Practices/Clinics and client billing: billing/collections/financial counseling) and 2) Hospital Patient Access Services and Switchboard. Ensure staff and systems optimum performance and compliance. Implement process improvement and reengineering of tasks and work flow, as applicable to changing hospital healthcare environment.



    Education: Bachelor's Degree or equivalent education/healthcare experience required. Advance courses in related topics preferred. Minimum five years' supervisory experience in hospital patient accounts/revenue cycle services required. Five plus years of supervisory experience in hospital revenue cycle services, with specific proven track record in patient accounts services; including billing, collection, and software system capabilities preferred. HFMA certified in patient accounts area preferred.

    To apply please visit the Speare Memorial Hospital website: www.spearehospital.com/about-speare/jobs/

    EOE

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