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2100-m4100-Exceptions Coord-a

This position is responsible for reviewing payments and denials in accordance with the Patient accounting policies and payer regulations. Identifies and tracks contract discrepancies and reports trending issues to the Exception team lead. Acts as first line of appeal for denied services and is responsible for claims resolution with managed care payers. Must be able to work in fast paced environment and have two to four years hospital billing and contract experience in an acute care setting.
This position is responsible for reviewing payments and denials in accordance with the Patient accounting policies and payer regulations. Identifies and tracks contract discrepancies and reports trending issues to the Exception team lead. Acts as first line of appeal for denied services and is responsible for claims resolution with managed care payers. Must be able to work in fast paced environment and have two to four years hospital billing and contract experience in an acute care setting.


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