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To effectively manage all key aspects of the business services team, which include the revenue cycle liaisons, to ensure
thorough analyses are being conducted across all specialty sections and to effectively manage the communication strategy to
all key constituents regarding deficiencies and improvement opportunities. Ensures that customer service and customer
satisfaction are at the forefront of the team's operations and holds team members accountable for the management of their
areas of responsibility.
•Maintains a framework in which the revenue cycle’s financial and statistical performance can be continuously measured
and compared to quantifiable budget targets that are acceptable to finance leadership and executive management.
•Manage performance reports provided by revenue cycle liaisons to ensure effective communication with action oriented
plans are being delivered to key constituents
• Regularly meets with key constituents to develop and build meaningful relationship/partnerships to strengthen the
relationship between the PSO and Operations. This also includes participation and involvement in monthly performance
meetings with responsible sections.
• Ensures that revenue cycle finances are recorded appropriately as well as any applicable statutory reporting requirements.
Creates monthly reports demonstrating revenue cycle financial performance related to budgeted, actual and projected
revenue, expenses and key performance indicators and presents these reports periodically to the revenue cycle leadership
• Responsible for all formal communication to the revenue cycle staff regarding metrics, key performance indicators,
targets, goals, and general changes in performance measurement.
• Provides training, coaching, and development of staff to meet performance expectations and to provide the highest
possible customer service.
• Completes timely performance appraisals for direct reports
• Assures that new staff attends hospital orientation within 30 days of employment
• Assures that new staff attends departmental orientation within 30 days of employment
• Reports financial performance on a monthly basis
• Develops and modifies job descriptions as necessary
• Conducts appropriate investigations and follows-up on individual and patient complaints
• Submits performance planning documents, ongoing planning materials, action plan and department goals
KNOWLEDGE & SKILLS
• Knowledge of overall revenue cycle operations and key components including, scheduling, admissions, charge capture,
billing and coding, denials management, customer service and personal computer software.
• Additionally, knowledge around key performance metrics in revenue cycle is recommended for satisfactory performance in
• This includes but not limited to wRVUs, gross collection rates, accounts receivables, and net patient revenue.
• Knowledge of quality improvement methodologies such as lean six sigma is a plus.
• Ability to manage processes and people, effectively communicate verbally and in writing, conduct meetings, operate a
personal computer, promote exceptional customer service, and utilize performance improvement techniques.