MD Anderson Cancer Center Mgr, Charge Capture & Document - HAL Admin (Med Center) in Houston, Texas
The primary purpose of the Manager, Charge Capture and Documentation position is to create and manage a systematic charge capture and documentation program that identifies and addresses exceptions, to implement new and continuously improve existing processes, and to optimize charge capture.
Salary Range: $60,400 - $75,500 - $90,600
MD Anderson Cancer Center is seeking a Manager, Charge Capture & Document – HAL Admin in the Medical Center . The ideal candidate must have seven years relevant business experience to include two years of billing & coding and a Bachelor's degree in Business Administration or related field. Prefer candidates with current EPIC experience, working knowledge of CPT/HCPCS, the 1995/1997 E&M Guidelines to include auditing provider training, ICD-10, coding and billing regulations for healthcare reimbursement. Certification of CPC with AAPC or CCS-P with AHIMA
*Prefer candidates with experience managing staff.*
Directs Charge Capture Operations
Supports the Admin. Director and department in creating and managing a systematic charge capture and documentation program that identifies and addresses exceptions, identify and implement new and continuously improve existing processes to optimize charge capture for multidisciplinary care centers and associated programs.
Monitors, tracks and performs daily charge capture and reconciliation of both professional and technical charges for accurate charge and revenue capture in accordance with institutional policy, to include but not limited to, coding and documentation, and performance of routine audits to review the charging workflows for efficiency and current coding and documentation guidelines utilizing multiple systems.
Provides education on coding and documentation guidelines for appropriate charge capture using resources and collaboration with the Coding dept. and Institutional Billing Compliance for both professional and technical charges and documentation guidelines.
Hires and trains new employees, assigns workload, disciplines and counsels work related performance issues and responsible for managing staff against workload goals and standards of performance. Trains staff on charge capture workflows, work-lists in addition to proper documentation and coding to support accurate and compliant charging and new charge capture workflows supporting organizational initiatives.
Reporting Data Analysis
Prepares reports and other documentation to evaluate billing and compliance related performance and improvement trends across the departments and centers. Independently conducts feasibility studies, investigates market data, and performs billing and collections cost/effect analyses. Prepares ongoing reports and makes recommendations for improvements and action based on study results. Monitors various institutional reports to ensure accurate billing for both technical and physician revenue mapping.
Document current charge capture operations processes and develop ideal process and standard operating procedures which can be applied within the department and multidisciplinary care centers.
Responsible for the design, execution and effectiveness of quality assurance programs directed at improving compliance with documentation, charge capture, coding and other compliance related issues.
Performance improvement projects, including the implementation of Offsite Inpatient and Consult Charging/Reconciliation and Offsite Surgeries and Assistant-At-Surgery. Investigate and implement strategies to enhance automation of the charge capture and documentation process.
Education and Training
Work with Coding and/or Institutional Billing Compliance liaisons to provide appropriate individual and group coding and charging education to faculty, APPs, fellows and residents; requires understanding of billing rules for each group.
Outline and create departmental training program and materials. Train staff on charge capture process and documentation requirements. Identify best practices and communicate them to faculty and other providers, administrators and institutional colleagues. Maintain current knowledge of federal and institutional compliance rules and regulations.
Required: Bachelor's degree in Business Administration or related field
Required: Seven years relevant business experience to include two years of billing and coding. May substitute required education degree with additional years of equivalent experience on a one to one basis.
Preferred: Certification of CPC with AAPC or CCS-P with AHIMA
Onsite Presence: Is Required
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