Senior Reimbursement Analyst
|Location||South Burlington, VT|
|Location and Address|
|Department||Revenue, Finance & Reimbursement|
|Shift||Day (United States of America)|
|Salary Range||Min/Hour $31.77 Mid/Hour $39.72 Max/Hour $47.66|
|Job Requisition Id||R0012200|
The Senior Reimbursement Analyst is responsible for government payer reimbursement related to Medicare, Medicaid and TRICARE/CHAMPUS, specifically completion of annual Medicare Cost Report filings and audits (among other government reports), State of Vermont Medicaid payments systems, and staying current on all government regulatory changes and Federal and State proposals to change reimbursement methodologies and payment systems. The Senior Reimbursement Analyst is a key organizational contact, along with the Reimbursement Manager, for all questions pertaining to government payer reimbursement rules, regulations, and net revenue modeling. The Senior Reimbursement Analyst is a high level independent contributor within the UVM Health Network. Successful performance in this position directly impacts the financial performance of the organization and is highly visible to Senior Leadership.
Minimum of a Bachelor's Degree in Accounting, Finance, or related business discipline required, Master’s Degree preferred. An equivalent combination of education and experience from which comparable knowledge and abilities were acquired may be considered.
Five or more years of progressive, successful experience in health care finance or reimbursement is required, with at least two years of direct practical experience with Medicare Cost Report filings and audits. A proven ability to analyze regulations, perform sophisticated data analysis on regulatory impacts, and present results to financial and operational leadership.
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