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Medical Collector

Job Title: Medical Collector
Position
Summary:
Collectors in the Longwood, FL area! Do you have the ability to evaluate EOBs to determine appropriate reimbursement? Are you able to analyst different types of insurance policies and procedures to ensure benefits? Have you monitored accounts to ensure timely follow-up? Are you experience utilizing electronic as well as telephonic means of following-up with insurance companies? Can you rebill claims as well as correct claims? Are you skilled in working dead mail denials? If you answered "yes" to any of these questions - this is the position for you!

More Insight of Daily Responsibilities: In this opportunity, you will have the opportunity to learn and grow as a Medical Collector with one of America's largest providers of kidney dialysis services and renal dialysis products. Your daily responsibilities will include collections from insurance companies.

Hours for this Position: Monday - Friday 8:00am-5:00pm

Advantages of this Opportunity:
Opportunity to work for one of America's largest providers of kidney dialysis service and renal dialysis products
Expand your knowledge and skill set in medical collections
No weekends!
What We Look For:
Ideal candidate will have experience in medical collections specifically collecting from insurance companies
Ability to evaluate explanations of benefits to determine the appropriate amount of reimbursement
Ability to analyze different types of insurance policies and procedures to ensure benefits
Experience in monitoring accounts to ensure timely follow-up
Knowledge in utilizing both electronic and telephonic methods of follow-up
Ability to rebill and correct claims via paper claims
Knowledge in working dead mail denials
Want More Information?
Interested in hearing more about this great opportunity? Reach out to Aaron Hanshew at HealthCare Support Staffing for immediate consideration. Interviews are being held as soon as possible! Click Apply Now for more information; we look forward to hearing from you!

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