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Insurance Billing Specialist
Job Summary: Performs all insurance/billing clerical duties and is responsible for entering data electronically to process charges, some payments, denials and adjustments. Resolves routine charge inquiries and problems and re-bills charges if need be. All duties performed under the supervision of the Clinic Manager.
Required Essential Functions:
- Issues bills, receipts and invoices
- Ensure all clients remain informed on their outstanding debts and deadlines
- Enters data to process charges and inputs correct codes/data according to proper documentation
- Extensive knowledge of medical terminology
- Understands and applies knowledge in medical billing and coding, documentation, claim filing, and payment posting (when necessary)
- Prepares and submits clean electronic claims to insurance companies
- Code all needed charges as necessary with supporting documentation
- Addresses errors from Receipt/Payment posting and Insurance Audit questions on assigned client
- Answers questions and resolves routine patient billing inquiries and problems
- Adheres to all company policies, procedures and guidelines
- Maintains strictest confidentiality; adheres to all HIPAA guidelines/regulations
- Performs all other duties as assigned
- Knowledge of medical billing practices with physician billing/some hospital charges
- Knowledge of Business Office procedures
- Knowledge of basic Medical Coding and third-party operating procedures and practices
- Ability to operate a computer and basic office equipment
- Ability to operate a multi-line telephone system
- Skill in answering a phone in a pleasant and client friendly manner
- Ability to read, understand and follow oral and written instructions
- Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with clients, coworkers and the patients; provide quality customer service in all situations
- Must be well organized and detail-oriented with the ability to multi-task
- Must be dependable and punctual
- Must have good time management skills
- Must be able to work independently and prioritize
- Maintain a professional and polished image
- Ability to handle stressful situations in a calm manner
- Ability to stay organized and multitask with critical thinking skills
High School Diploma of equivalent; some college preferred
3-5 years experience in medical billing and charge entry and hold certification
Job Type: Full-time
Salary: Depending on experience
Job Type: Full-time
Salary: $15.00 – $23.00 per hour
- 8 hour shift
- Monday to Friday
- Medical Billers & Coders: 4 years (Preferred)
- ICD-10: 4 years (Preferred)
Hours: 7:00 am to 7:00 pm
FT position with sign-on bonus with a 6-month commitment
The RN consults with the physician and psychiatrist to ensure appropriate medical interventions. The RN meets with each resident, completes a daily assessment, and administers all prescription medication. The RN is responsible to carry out any orders received from the physician and psychiatrist and reporting information to the Program Director and Facility Administrator as needed.
- Must have considerable knowledge of nursing principles and practice
- Must demonstrate knowledge of medications and their proper application and use
- Able to take vital signs & perform basic evaluative procedures and test
- Able to provide First Aid
- RN License required
- Completes H&P upon admission for each resident
- Develops and initiates the Nursing Care Plan
- Implements Physician orders
- Is available for consultation after hours and returns telephone calls/pages within a ten-minute time frame
- Administers medication as prescribed
- Counts narcotics each day, logs appropriately
- Meets regularly with medical staff to discuss resident treatment
- Provides assessment of medical problems as needed
- Performs primary first aid and determines the need for physician notification
- Monitoring the course of treatment for each resident in a pro-active manner to ensure that no problem or trouble may compromise the resident’s or treatment staff’s effort
- Contributing insightful, practical, and meaningful information to the treatment planning process
- Directing residents in a clear, concise, and informative matter
- Introducing each new resident to his/her fellow residents and the treatment staff orientates each staff member to the facility
- Orientates the resident with the rules, expectations, intent, and routine of the daily treatment schedule.
- Associate or Bachelor’s degree
- RN: 1 year-2-year experience
Required license or certification:
- Registered Nurse (RN)
Living Hope offers a competitive salary and benefits as well as a sign-on bonus with a 6-month commitment.
Job Type: Full Time
Pay: $28.00 – $35.00 per hour
Job Type: Full-time
Salary: $28.00 – $35.00 per hour
- 12 hour shift
- Associate (Preferred)
- Nursing: 5 years (Preferred)
- BLS Certification (Preferred)
- RN (Preferred)
Work Location: One location
Registered Dietitian, Bentonville, AR
Dietitians are an essential part of a patient’s eating disorder treatment team at Living Hope. They work alongside team members including physicians, practice managers, therapists, nurses, technicians, and administration. All Staff Dietitians will work under the supervision of the Lead
Dietitian or an assigned Supervisor, as well as the Medical Director and Practice Manager. At
Living Hope, Staff Dietitians perform the following expected duties, and may also be required to perform duties outside of this list if directed by managers or supervisors:
– Collaboration with a multi-disciplinary team as mentioned above. This includes treatment team meetings scheduled once per week, and also collaboration outside of this meeting for patient care.
– Charting/documenting will be completed within one week of seeing a patient, having a treatment team meeting, or holding a group. Group notes and individual notes will follow the format of the dietitian note templates, with some flexibility in individual session notes.
– Conduct community outreach including social media outreach, providing in-services, and attending conferences.
– Dietitians are required to be licensed by the State of Arkansas, and meet all qualifications for continued licensure, or be eligible for licensure (provisionally licensed), see below in qualifications.
Individual Patient Care:
– Team: Treatment team meetings with a patient will be scheduled on an as-needed basis to review progress. The patient, family (optional, but preferred), patient’s physician, therapist, and dietitian will be present at the meeting. The dietitian may request a meeting to be scheduled through physician and administration.
– Sessions: Provide assessments, nutritional counseling, Medical Nutrition Therapy and nutritional education to eating disorder patients on an individual basis, as frequently as the patient’s level of care requires. (Ie. Once per week at an Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)/
Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP) level, and varying amounts in the outpatient level).
– Treatment Plans: Creating individual treatment plans for IOP/PHP level patients and updating these with each change of level of care.
– Meal Plans: Dietitians prescribe and make changes to patient meal plans prn. Dietitians are expected to screen patients for risk of refeeding syndrome and counsel patients who at risk accordingly with a refeeding syndrome prevention meal plan.
– Outreach: Collaborate with patient’s support system (per signed release of information by the patient) via in-session, over the phone or email communication, as needed. For patients under
18, collaboration with guardians will be a necessity part of treatment. Coordinating care with a patient’s former dietitian or other treatment if applicable, per release of information signed.
Coordinating follow-on care with patients future treatment team if leaving treatment facility.
– Planning: Assist patients in meal planning by creating a menus and planning groceries.
– Levels/Evaluation: Reviewing each patient’s level of care, and recommending changes in level of care.
– Creating a relapse prevention plan with the patient and helping them meet nutritional goals at a new level.
– Monitoring: Reviewing, documenting and adjusting meal and snack completion via food journals and meal completion records during group (if a group patient).
– Vitals: Taking patient weight and height (as needed) before the session and recording this in dietitian note; this role may be shared by the front desk technician.
Group Patient Care:
– Groups: Provide nutritional education and nutritional counseling for group sessions at IOP and
PHP. Expect as many as four to seven groups per week.
– Family Groups: Dietitians will be required to lead three to five family groups per year. These are to be offered once per month at the treatment facility. Expect patients to bring friends and family members to the session.
– Leading therapeutic meals and snacks during group sessions. Redirecting patients to complete their meal or snack if needed, providing supplementation if needed, as well as processing the meal at the end.
– Planning weekly menus and placing grocery orders for the clinic.
– Labeling and monitoring food supply.
– Leading cooking group once per week.
– Leading a grocery outing group once per week.
Education: All dietitians shall, at a minimum:
- Possess a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university; and have completed a dietetic internship.
Experience: Eating Disorder experience preferred. 2 years dietetic experience preferred.
Age-Specific Competencies: Children , Adolescents & Adults.
Licensure/Certification: All practicing dietitians at Living Hope EDTC shall meet both of the following credentialing criteria with licensure defined as possessing a valid and current license issued by the state of Arkansas:
- Be registered by the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics or scheduled to take the board to earn their RD credentials
- Be license-eligible according to state law and working toward licensure. If not yet licensed, practice under the supervision of a licensed dietitian and have a current provisional license
Other/Preferred Skills: Written and oral communication skills; proficient time management; skills in maintaining information as highly confidential, and following the regulations set by
HIPAA; ability to clearly summarize pertinent clinical information via written correspondence and medical records documentation; ability to complete required documentation in a timely, accurate manner that is clinically appropriate and within expected timeframes, skills in conflict resolution in a group setting; ability to work as a team player; motivation to continue to learn as the field updates recommendations for best practice.
Job Type: Full-time
Salary: $50,000.00 – $73,000.00 per year
- Dental insurance
- Disability insurance
- Health insurance
- Paid time off
- Vision insurance
- 8 hour shift
Supplemental pay types:
- Signing bonus
Ability to commute/relocate:
- Bentonville, AR 72712: Reliably commute or planning to relocate before starting work (Required)
- Registered Dietitian (Required)
Work Location: One location