Patient Access Representative I

Pacific Medical Centers Richland , WA 99354

Posted 2 weeks ago

Kadlec Regional Medical Center has an exciting opportunity for a Patient Access Representative I to join our growing Patient Access team located in Richland, Washington!

Shift Details: Full-time, Variable Shift, 1 FTE.

Required qualifications for this position include:

  • 6 months Customer Service experience.

Preferred qualifications for this position include:

  • General office experience.

  • Bi-lingual or multi-lingual skills.

Duties include, but are not limited to, the following:

As a Patient Access Representative Level I, you will perform patient registration and pre-registration of scheduled accounts, verifie insurance coverage, benefits, and obtain pre-certification, referral or authorizations as needed per insurance requirements; Participate in the collection of up-front revenue due the facility and provide quality customer service to internal and external customers.

  • Obtain complete and accurate demographic and financial information from a variety of sources, including patient interviews, physician offices and in-house departments.

  • Perform required pre-certification and deposit collection.

  • Enter data in computer and thoroughly documents any incomplete admissions/registrations in manner prescribed.

  • Obtain pre-certification, referral or authorization number and updates the patient's file.

  • Provide demographic information to insurance companies and calls physician's offices as needed for pre-certification.

  • Notify patients or family members of any insurance coverage issues that may result in coverage reductions.

  • Notify patients of co-payments, deductibles or deposits needed.

  • Provide patients with estimated cost for services.

  • Complete Compliance Checker Process in accordance with Regulatory Guidelines.

  • Read physician order to differentiate patient registration type; i.e., pre-registration, registration, emergency and processes data accordingly.

  • Obtain all required documents and signatures.

  • Revise, add and update pertinent patient demographic and financial information in accordance to hospital policy and department procedure.

  • Perform other clerical tasks to support supervisor; (i.e., typing memos, correspondence, and QA related reports).

  • Operate the in-house communications, i.e., page at appropriate times, announcing codes, and fire and disaster alarms as described in the procedure manual.

  • Adhere to standard policies as outlined in department related to infection control, fire and safety, hazardous chemicals, personnel policies and departmental procedures.

  • Maintain good relations with all parties and respects patient's right to privacy.

  • Participate in unit and house-wide quality improvement activities in order to improve patient care and comply with regulatory such as Leapfrog and Core Measures.

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