The Education and Training Coordinator, Revenue Cycle, has responsibility for incorporating principles of adult learning in the design, development, provision and follow up for education programs for staff and management across all Revenue Cycle departments, designated departments outside of the Revenue Cycle, as well as external vendors. Responsibilities include development of class curriculum as well as ongoing management of course content according to changes in operational processes and procedures.
The Education and Training Coordinator must maintain knowledge of Revenue Cycle information systems, departmental processes, and policies and procedures.
Training venues include individual and small group courses, large classroom sessions that span several days of course content, and development of on line courses through OhioHealth University. This position supports new hire training as well as training for new system implementations and upgrades.
To support new system implementations, the Education and Training Coordinator is responsible for leading education project teams, determining tasks and timelines to create, develop and provide project training, and track issues relative to completion of the project training initiative. This position also has responsibility to provide consultation regarding principles of education to other Revenue Cycle staff who provide ad hoc training.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS Education, Certification, Registration, LicenseBachelor's DegreeField of Study: BusinessField of Study:
Related FieldYears of Experience: 4SPECIALIZED KNOWLEDGE Bachelor's degree required or equivalent experience 2-4 years training experience Excellent communication and presentation skills. Accounts Receivable and collection; knowledge and understanding of healthcare information systems, claims systems, patient processing systems related to the gathering of information and production of billing and collections 4 years healthcare financial experience preferably with receivable management
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