Manager of Revenue Integrity
|Location||South Burlington, VT|
|Location and Address|
|Department||Revenue, Finance & Reimbursement|
|Shift||Day-8hr (United States of America)|
|Primary Shift||8:00 am - 5:00 pm|
|Salary Range||Min/Hour $41.64 Mid/Hour $52.05 Max/Hour $62.45|
|Job Requisition Id||R0012548|
The Revenue Integrity Manager is responsible for the overall operation of the functions relating to Revenue Integrity, Charge Capture oversight, and Hospital and Professional UVMHN Master Charge Description Master (CDM). This includes the management of charge capture and revenue integrity edits logic identification and oversight of edit monitoring and resolution by appropriate owner within prescribed timeframe. The Revenue Integrity Manager develops and oversees charge capture education strategies and training for revenue generating departments, and participates in efforts to identify and implement process improvement initiatives throughout the Revenue Cycle process. Successful performance in this position directly impacts the financial performance of University of Vermont Medical Center and is highly visible to Senior Leadership.
Bachelor’s degree required, preferably in Business Administration, Finance or Hospital Management, with Master’s degree in related field preferred.
Additional applicable certifications preferred, such as Certified Epic Revenue Integrity or HB/PB Resolute, Certified Revenue Cycle Representative (CRCR), or Certified Outpatient Coder (COC).
Minimum of five to seven years of progressive, successful experience in hospital revenue cycle operations, particularly in a large multi-facility system. Previous Charge Description Master (CDM), Charge Capture, and/or Revenue Integrity experience is required, and knowledge of contracting, cost reporting, revenue cycle analytic generation and/or hospital finance a plus. Experience with Epic Revenue Cycle Management (RCM) Suite applications preferred. Previous supervisory experience also preferred.
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