Healthfirst Clinical Service Auditor in Remote, New York
The Clinical Service Auditor examines claims and service authorizations to determine and correct any inaccuracies, prevent claim errors, and increase provider satisfaction.
- Examines provider claims and service authorizations for completeness and accuracy.- Reviews different large sets of claims data to recommend changes in the claims submission and authorization processes- Communicates to Care Management teams any inaccuracies found along with recommended solutions.- Communicates with providers regarding any claim or authorization issues.- Reviews CPT procedure codes for verification of medical necessity.- Follows up with providers to ensure outstanding issues are resolved and to increase and promote overall provider satisfaction level.- Compiles recurring issues and deficiencies to be used in the re-education of the team to prevent errors.- Completes documentation in Patient Health Information database (CCMS).- Documents any provider complaints and/or incidents upon notification.- Notifies manager of any provider issues and concerns.- RightFax referrals and authorization approvals & denials upon provider’s request.- Other duties as necessary.
- HS diploma or GED
Relevant previous work experience such as medical records review; claims processing; managed care plan products (e.g. Medicaid, Medicare, Commercial) and knowledge of Department of Health (DOH) and Local Department of Social Services and Center for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) regulations pertaining to managed care; etc.
Experience working with any of the following systems: CareEnhance Clinical Management Software (CCMS), TrueCare, PEGA, Citrix, RightFax, VoIP, Virtual work platforms (VPN), Electronic medical record (EMR) database containing patient health information (PHI), and/or MACESS archival system.
Language preferences - Spanish, Russian, French, Creole, Mandarin, Cantonese.
Ability to build and maintain positive relationships with cross-functional teams and interact with all levels of management.
Intermediate Microsoft Word, Excel, and Outlook skills
Time management, critical/creative thinking, project management, communication, and problem-solving skills
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