CPC / RHIT Certified Hospital Revenue Coding Analyst

Jacksonville, FL

Job status
Full time
Job description
University of Florida Health is now hiring a CPC/RHIT certified Hospital Revenue Coding Analyst.

As the Revenue Coding Analyst it will be your responsibility to maintain a high coding standard within the Revenue Integrity department.

Benefits begin the first day of employment. Our benefits package includes:
• Group Insurance plans - Health, Dental, Vision, Life, Disability
• 401(k) retirement
• FSA
• EAP
• Paid Personal Leave
• Tuition reimbursement available after 6 months of employment
Qualifications
• Certified Professional Coder (CPC) Certification -OR- Registered Health Information Technician (RHIT)
• Extensive knowledge in CPT and HCPCS coding, third party billing and reimbursement.
• Proficient in Excel spreadsheets and Word processing applications.
• Must have a business orientation and understanding of charge capture systems and processes.
• Understanding of current facility systems.
• Knowledge of hospital operations, hospital department charge capturing, revenue cycle services and CMS regulations.
Responsibilities
• Organize and plan projects to improve the effectiveness of dynamic coding that crosses interdepartmental lines.
• Perform analysis for dynamic coding improvement to include PFS systems edits and coding validation related to CDM (CPT/HCPCS code applications) and other processes that affect reimbursement and the CDM.
• Assist in focused investigations and/or facilitates communication and cooperation to enhance the charging processes.
• Educate departments on appropriate charging/billing/coding issues to ensure regulatory compliance.
• Serve as a resource for special projects for the analysis of data elements.
• Act as a resource to all departments regarding charge items/services/procedures.
Skills
• Ability to interpret and apply regulations and information obtained from various State and Federal sources.
• Ability to explain to appropriate personnel how their chargemasters translate into codes that translate into reimbursement.
• Ability to explain to appropriate personnel how their chargemasters translate into codes that translate into reimbursement.
• Ability to work independently and use good judgment when making decisions/recommendations regarding changes/additions and/or corrections to the chargemaster.

Plan to meet our recruiters on Wednesday, October 24th, from 10am -1:30pm. Click "Apply now" to submit your contact information and receive our location information.

We are an Equal Opportunity Employer.
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