Medical/HRSA Billing & Compliance Officer
Shared Harvest | myCovidMD™ is looking for a detail-oriented and dedicated individual to join our team as a MEDI-CAL/HRSA Billing & Compliance Officer and Analyst. An employee in this position will promote healthcare compliance related to all clinical/business activities and support billing and medical record documentation. A qualified Billing & Compliance Officer and Analyst must perform highly responsible, professional, administrative, and technical work providing compliance oversight. In this position, the Officer would work closely with regulators to ensure exact compliance with any and all regulations surrounding all clinical/business activities.
Responsibilities of this role include:
A qualified MEDI-CAL/HRSA Billing & Compliance Officer and Analyst must develop, implement, and manage a compliance program for our organization. Once a program is developed, the Officer would ensure constant compliance with the program. All programming must additionally be in accordance with the regulations set forth by the United States Office of the Inspector General (OIG). For specific clinical/business events, the Officer would coordinate with federal and state regulators and make any necessary changes to the protocol to ensure constant compliance with any changing regulations. The Officer must review, assess, study, and analyze the overall coding, billing, documentation, and reimbursement system for compliance problems and non-compliant activities. Additionally, a protocol for proper reporting channels for compliance issues must be created and followed closely. Attention to detail is necessary, as the Officer must be able to closely read and research laws, regulations, guidelines, and best practices that govern the healthcare industry in order to ensure that any affiliated healthcare entities are completely compliant.
Requirements for the position:
Previous medical/billing compliance officer experience is preferred. A qualified MEDI-CAL/HRSA Billing & Compliance Officer and Analyst must be extremely detail-oriented. A systemic approach to addressing problems, researching laws and regulations, and implementing programs is necessary. An Officer must also closely follow rules regarding how to process and bill claims. Excellent interpersonal communication skills are necessary, as all programming, protocols, and plans must be circulated with the entire team and any necessary clarifications must be made.
Hours: Full time
Salary: Credential dependent