Responsible for the operations of the business office, including; accounts receivable, patient billing, accounts payable, payroll, central supply and Resident Trust Fund.
Sets up and maintains financial files for residents: billing, admission papers, state and Medicare reimbursement documents.
Completes receipt records, posts deposits, runs cash receipts batch listings, researches, prepares and posts adjustments, calls in deposits, and enters census into HPAS daily.
Coordinates and performs the collection of accounts receivable and past due accounts.
Reviews payment policies and procedures with new admissions and their responsible parties.
Prepares billing for agencies, Medicare, veterans, and other billing agents.
Administers an reconciles resident trust accounts and petty cash.
Prepares and submits corporate, Medicare and agency reports, ensures posting of ancillaries, and performs month-end close procedures.
Provides supervision and assistance to the Payroll Benefits Coordinator, A/P processor and other business office staff.
Performs other tasks as assigned.
Essential physical demands (see description of essential physical demands)
Knowledge of billing and collection practices and techniques.
Ability to communicate effectively with residents and their family members, and at all levels of the organization.
Ability to organize and prioritize to meet deadlines.
Skilled in the use of computers and the Microsoft Office suite of applications.
Ability to be flexible in work hours.
Ability to be accurate, concise and detail oriented.
Skilled in directing and motivating the workforce.