The Reimbursement Analyst I works closely with all levels of management with moderate supervision. The workload is heavy in volume, moderate in complexity and financial impact. Responsible for analyzing and recording the impact of reimbursement issues for Methodist Health Systems entities. Specialties include third party reimbursement, deduction from revenue and budgeting of acute care facilities, all types of Medicare excluded units, Home Health agencies and physician practices. Models appropriate behavior as exemplified in MLH Mission, Vision and Values.
BS or BBA degree with a major in accounting or finance.
Atleast one (1) year progressively responsible related experience.
CPA certification or MBA desired.
- Ability to understand and prepare complex written materials.
- Ability to communicate verbally with all levels of Associates and management.
- Ability to schedule and organize multiple tasks and projects and to maintain control of own and others’ work flow.
- Ability to work without close supervision or guidance and to exercise independent judgement.
- Must demonstrate strong quantitative/problem-solving abilities including mathematical, statistical, and computer skills.
Key Job Responsibilities
- Plans, organizes, develops and completes projects using analytical techniques for MHS Reimbursement.
- Assists in the coordination of the annual intermediary audits for all MH entities.
- Analyzes Medicare and Medicaid issues related to MH entities on an assigned project basis.
- Analyzes and coordinates the deductions from revenue for MH entities.
- Assists in the coordination of the financial audit for all MH entities.
- Coordinates the completion of the annual cost report for MH entities.
- Coordinate completion of the Joint annual reports for all MH entities.
- Performs analysis of basic level special projects.
- Infrequent travel to other hospitals.
- Must be able to read, write, and communicate both orally and in writing with other individuals.
- Normal vision and hearing.
- Ability to lift, carry, push and pull up to 20 lbs.
- Ability to stand, walk, reach, bend, and sit in one place throughout shift.
- Ability to perform repetitive hand and wrist motion as well as using hands for gripping and squeezing.
- Good hand-eye coordination and good balance.