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Memorial Sloan Kettering's Physician Billing Department (PBD) is growing and is seeking analytical individuals to join our team. Our Billing department is comprised of 200+ professionals and supports internal advancement and movement. This is a great opportunity for individuals with 1-2 years work experience seeking an opportunity to learn Physician billing and provide an entry into hospital administration, finance or billing.
The Insurance Specialist will function in an analytical role as representative of PBD in communication with all Insurance carriers. In this role you will proactively contact carriers regarding reduced or denied reimbursement and ensure patient insurance information is accurate. Retrieve various types of medical documentation and develop, submit and track appeals to carriers, per department procedure. You will also review and analyze all incoming explanation of benefits and adjust patient’ accounts to reflect the carrier decisions on the patient’s statement.
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