Patient Financial Specialist in Altamonte Springs, FL at Vaco

Date Posted: 9/10/2020

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Job Description

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Job Summary:

The Pre-Access Infusion Financial Clearance Specialist, under general supervision, maintains performance standards appropriate to area by obtaining account benefits and/or verifying authorizations are in place for all chemotherapy regimens and treatments, and meeting time line standards established by leadership for all patient services. Meets or exceeds department audit accuracy and productivity standard goal. Uses utmost caution that obtained benefits, authorizations, and/or pre-certifications are accurate according to the actual test, and procedure or registration being performed.

Requirements:

  • Previous oncology, medical or pharmacy tech experience
  • Understanding clinical terminology, benefits review, and the ability to interpret clinical notes and ensure documentation guidelines are followed
  • Understanding of clinical evaluations and lab values
  • Software Skills: PowerChart, AthenaResponsible for review and coding of chemotherapy regimen/treatment orders.
  • Responsible for review and coding of chemotherapy regimen/treatment orders
  • Review of structured clinical data matching against insurance payor and/or National Comprehensive Cancer Network (NCCN) guidelines
  • Contacts insurance companies by phone, fax, or online portal to obtain insurance benefits, eligibility, and authorization information
  • Meets or exceeds audit accuracy and productivity standard goals determined by Pre-Access leadership, while meeting timeline standards established by leadership for all patient services
  • Ensures all benefits, authorizations, pre-certifications, and financial obligations of patients, are documented on account memos, clearly, accurately, precise, and detailed to ensure expeditious processing of patient accounts
  • Maintains a close working relationship with clinical partners, and ancillary departments to ensure continual open communication between clinical, ancillary, and Patient Access & Patient Financial Services departments
  • Works patient accounts for benefits, monitors accounts for change in chemotherapy regimen/treatment status prior to registration and sends updates to appropriate areas for follow up
  • Adheres to HIPAA regulations by verifying pertinent information to determine caller authorization level receiving information on account