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Accounts Receivable Supervisor in Atlanta, GA at Vaco

Date Posted: 5/3/2019

Job Snapshot

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    Atlanta, GA
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    At least 3 year(s)
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Job Description

One of Vaco Atlanta's fastest growing healthcare organization clients is seeking an Accounts Receivable Supervisor to add to their team. We are looking for someone with extensive knowledge in Dental Accounts Receivable, Excel, and Multi-Systems. Must have prior management/supervisory experience. This is a temp to perm role and pay is $20-$23/hr based on experience and/or education.

  • Managing accounts receivables including timely and accurate insurance claim processing, patient billing, and collections
  • Managing follow-up with insurance companies, overseeing claims reconciliation and adjustments, and ensuring claims are paid according to contract and maximum reimbursement
  • Monitoring denial and no activity trends by the payer and help root cause issues, whether it be internal or payer related
  • Managing electronic and manual posting of commercial insurance including posting from EOBS and edits of electronic remits
  • Managing payments and denials as they are received from lock box into the system and balancing daily cash receipts against lock box total
  • Managing credits balance, adjustments, and payment reports
  • Functioning as a work leader, providing operational support, training staff, conducting audits, and overseeing workflow for daily operations
  • Tracking vital department statistics and completing appropriate analysis on monthly, quarterly, and annual basis to show trends and recognize successful performance by staff members and to predict problem areas
  • Monitoring team member's daily performance, attendance, and productivity for training and performance evaluations
  • Conducting audits on work and determining additional training, mentoring. and coaching that may be required: including, providing recommendations, guidance, and implementing solutions to improve results
  • Serving as the first point of contact on technical, procedural, and policy questions
  • Conducting research and implementing solutions to resolve customer issues and complex problems
  • Performing other duties as required to support the Revenue Cycle Department


  • Bachelor's degree or equivalent work experience
  • Minimum of 3 years of management experience
  • Minimum of 3 years of dental experience with knowledge of business systems
  • Knowledge of Medicaid service coverage, private dental insurances, and dental coding and billing
  • Ability to understand established dental procedures
  • Ability to spell and comprehend medical/dental terminology
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite, specifically Word, Excel, and Outlook
  • Previous experience with Eaglesoft preferred
  • Ability to work in a fast-paced, deadline driven environment while remaining detail-oriented