Waystar modernizes the healthcare revenue cycle through innovative, cloud-based technology. We provide the highest-rated client experience to more than 450,000 providers, 22,000 healthcare organizations and 750 health systems and hospitals around the country. Together, our technology, data and client support streamline workflows and improve financials for our clients, so that they can focus on their patients. We are deeply committed to living out our organizational values: honesty; passion; curiosity; fanatical focus; best work, always; making it happen; and joyful, optimistic and fun.
What is the purpose of this position?
We are looking for a Revenue Integrity Auditor who has a comprehensive understanding of medical terminology, hospital inpatient and/or outpatient coding, charge capture, CDM, and medical records. The candidate must be organized, detail-oriented, accurate, and professional and would, ideally, possess CPC certification and other coding credentials/clinical expertise. The ideal candidate for this position can approach problem-solving challenges independently, has strong attention to detail and enjoys working in a fast-paced, collaborative and team-based environment.
Looking for some details?
Achieve and maintain assigned Client financial performance goals
Validation of potential missing charges, coding variances, and overcharges using proprietary technology and medical records
Assist in prediction enhancements to increase verification rates
Do you fit our team?
Self-sufficient with strong analytical and research skills
Working knowledge of hospital charging practices, payer reimbursement methodology, medical necessity criteria, and applicable industry based standards
Remain current on CPT, ICD, HCPC and modifier coding requirements
Experience preferred with one or more of the following specialties: Interventional Radiology, Invasive Cardiology, General Surgery, Orthopedic Surgery, Vascular Surgery, and Surgical Oncology
Proficient using Microsoft Office products and the ability to work effectively with computerized programs and databases
Ability to communicate effectively
Demonstrate independent judgment, discretion, and decision making abilities
Self-motivated, hardworking individual with a high attention to detail
Excellent organization skills
3+ years of hospital auditing/coding experience with CPT, ICD, HCPCS and modifier coding
Experience working within the hospital environment preferred
CPC, RHIT, RHIA, or other coding/clinical certifications, credentials, or expertise preferred
In compliance with federal law, all persons hired will be required to verify identity and eligibility to work in the United States and to complete the required employment eligibility verification document form upon hire.