Charge Entry Specialist |

38018 Full-time
April 4, 2019

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We are looking for an exceptional Charge Entry Specialist to join our team!


As a Charge Entry Specialist in our practice, you will function as a champion of patient billing and administration. The Specialist will be responsible for compiling billing information, assisting with coding, and ensuring all charges are posted accurately and timely.


Timely input of demographic charges and time of service payment information.
Expert ability to add specific data such as modifiers, payer specific information, including authorization criteria, CPT and ICD-10 codes.
Input, review and prepare patient and insurance data.
Research and verify accuracy of billing data and revise any errors including adjustments and denials.
Knowledgeable to append modifiers based on payer specifics, insurance and authorization requirements.
Reduce denials by correct use of modifiers, mapping, and linking codes with services.
Responsible for the processing and discrepancy reconciliation and closing of charge batches across all systems.
Ability to successfully track and follow up on information requests.
Work with group to facilitate information and resolve charge questions.
Exhibit exceptional customer service skills; answering internal and external calls; prompt return and follow up to all interactions; prompt response to requests for information, both internally and externally
Proactive resolution of issues and timely response to questions and concerns.
Clearly document issues and resolution.
Deliver timely required reports to the management team; initiates and communicates the resolution of issues, such as inaccurate and/or incorrect charges.
Other duties as assigned.

Skills, Education and/or Work Experience Requirements:

Minimum of 2 years of experience in a medical billing department where the primary responsibility was charge entry is preferred.
Demonstrated knowledge of and experience in Healthcare medical billing, claims processing and coding.
Extensive knowledge on use of email, ability to effectively use payer websites; knowledge and use of Microsoft Products: Outlook, Word & Excel.
Experience with communicating to providers regarding coding.