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MHN Director of Revenue Cycle Management (Full Time) 

Education Requirements College graduate with a degree in Business Management. CPA, MBA or CMPA preferred.  

Under the general direction of the Chief Financial Officer (CFO, the Director of Revenue Cycle Management (RCM) is responsible for providing direction and support to the Director/Managers/Supervisors of Business Services, Patient Access, Financial Counseling, Pre-Certification, Billing, Follow-Up, Credit/Collections, Charity Care Write Offs, and Medicare Eligibility to achieve financial and performance goals in registration, customer service, billing and collections for Mountain Health Network (MHN). The Director of RCM is directly responsible for ensuring the service catalog (CDM) is current and is compliant with regulatory requirements, that all services are charged and billed appropriately, and that all revenue cycle processes result in all avaliable reimbursement recieved. The Director of RCM is responsible for ensuring compliance with all Governmental and Payer contracting requirements, reviewing and advising the CFO of specific contract terms, negotiations with new payers and analyzing the reimbursement effect of proposed contracts. The Director of RCM is directly responsible for ensuring that revenue cycle system applications are designed and configured appropriately and that all users are trained and proficient in the use of the system(s).

Supervises: Leaders of Business Services, Patient Access, Finance Counseling, Pre-Certificaiton, Billing, Follow Up, Credit/Collections, and Charity Care, Medicare Eligibility.

Position Requirements

Should have a minimum of five (5) years experience in healthcare revenue cycle management for a hospital system.

Location Mountain Health Network  
About the Organization Thank you for considering St. Mary's Medical Center for employment opportunities. St. Mary's Medical Center's tradition of care began on November 6, 1924, when eight Pallottine Missionary Sisters opened a 35-bed hospital. These pioneer Sisters adopted the motto, "The Love of Christ Impels Us," thereby creating a strong foundation for their dedication and hard work.Throughout the past 90 years, thousands of lay people -- employees, physicians and volunteers -- have joined the Pallottine Missionary Sisters to bring quality health care to the people of the Tri-State. Today, St. Mary's is the largest medical facility in the region and the Tri-State's largest healthcare employer with more than 2,800 employees. Its Regional Heart Institute, Regional Cancer Center, Regional Neuroscience Center and ER/Level II Trauma Center provide advanced care to the people of the tri-state region. Our values of Compassion, Hospitality, Reverence, Interdependence, Stewardship and Trust reflect our beliefs and are the guiding principles for all our actions. Advanced medical care delivered with compassion is the hallmark of St. Mary's tradition.  
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EOE Statement We are an equal employment opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status or any other characteristic protected by law.  

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