Medical Billing QA Specialist by stariya



POSITION TITLE:   Medical Billing and QA Specialist
DEPARTMENT:       Administration
REPORT TO:        System Analyst

       The Medical Billing and QA Specialist, under the supervision of the System Analyst, is
       tasked with billing Medi-cal, Medicare, and other private health insurance agencies, and
       all associated tasks including daily follow-up to ensure revenue. The Medical Billing and
       QA Specialist is responsible for maintaining client information in county databases, and
       in agency client logs, also ensuring client insurance eligibility is maintained. Additionally
       the Medical Billing and QA Specialist is to support the programs by filing, preparing for
       audits, staffing meetings, supporting reception as needed, and other projects and duties
       as assigned.

         A. Bill all health insurance agencies either though county systems or through our
            contracted medical billing agency and all associated tasks
         B. Enter consumer data into the Medi-Cal billing system and BACS agency logs in a
            timely and accurate fashion.
         C. Ensure quality control of all data entered.
         D. Perform office administrative tasks in support of billing, including but not limited
            to the maintenance of files, review of reports, follow-up on billing inquiries and
            special projects as assigned.
         E. Obtain and submit copies of individual staff logs to Alameda County for the
            Agency’s Case Management Program.
         F. Follow agency and county procedures to assure Agency compliance.
         G. Provide general office support to staff and back up support for reception in BACS
            Administrative offices, as needed.
         H. Attend and or staff all meetings as required.
         I. Other duties as assigned.

       College or vocational school preferred and minimum four years of experience with
       medical billing. Strong organizational and time management skills and attention to detail.
       Knowledge of MS Office Programs.

       A valid California Driver's License, proof of personal vehicle insurance coverage, and a
       driving record acceptable by the Agency's insurance company.

V.     CLASSIFICATION: Non-Exempt, Hourly. Part time at 22.5 hours or three days/week.

VI.    COMPENSATION: Wage: Commensurate with background and experience. Benefits
       include partially paid medical insurance; fully paid dental, vision and life insurance. 10
       days vacation, 12 days sick leave, 2.5 personal days, 10 holidays: paid time off pro-rated
       based on scheduled hours. Optional voluntary 403(b) retirement plan.

APPLICATION: Submit letter of interest and curent resume to: Human Resources, Bay Area
Community Services, 1814 Franklin Street, 4th floor, Oakland, CA 94612.
    E-mail:                                        FAX: 510 569-4589.
                             Bay Area Community Services is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
       Candidates with bi-lingual and/or bi-cultural capabilities are encouraged to apply.

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