Assistant Director of Dialysis Services (Viceroy)
- This position will work with the Director of Dialysis Services on the day to day operations of DNA’s Dialysis Placement, Transitional Care and Vascular Access departments to ensure operational objectives and strategic initiatives remain aligned in each department by providing and directly supervising support to each lead or manager.
- Provides hands-on guidance and direction in the day to day activities of responsibilities.
- Identifies areas for continuous enhancement in department performance to include potential new guidelines and policies.
- Monitors and evaluates business and clinical procedures for optimal effectiveness and quality
- Assists in providing interface communications with Dialysis Providers, physicians and internal DNA associates
- Lead through vision and values by keeping DNA’s mission at the forefront in decision making and actions
Qualifications: Bachelors degree in Nursing or Healthcare Administration. Nephrology experience/knowledge preferred. Minimum of 5 years management and experience in leadership in the clinical or healthcare environment. Strong interpersonal skills with the ability to relate to all levels of an organization. Attention to detail and effective process management skills. Knowledge of Federal and State Dialysis and ASC guidelines preferred.
Medical Auditor/Coder (Viceroy)
Immediate opening for a certified coder with Auditing experience. Duties include the following:
- Perform audits of clinical documentation, physician billing, and applicable industry standard billing codes by analyzing medical records, coding records and health system bills. Validate clinical documentation in conjunction with the bill; assess the level and accuracy of coding, determine that governmental and third party payer regulations are being complied with; and evaluate the appropriateness of billing and coding procedures.
- Prepare reports and provide individual and/or group education to physicians and others based on results of an audit.
- Working collaboratively with appropriate personnel to identify and recommend strategies for process improvement.
- Assist in response to billing audit requests from outside the institution (e.g., government audits, payer audits).
To qualify you must have:
- Three to five years’ experience reviewing physician documentation and assisting physicians to meet government and other third-party payer and CPT and ICD coding requirements through individual and group training sessions.
- Strong knowledge of healthcare compliance regulations and focused experience in one or more medical specialties, a plus.
- The analytical skills to collect information from diverse sources, apply professional principles in performing various analyses, and summarize the information and data into reports that are shared with physicians and leadership.
- Excellent communication skills in order to effectively communicate results and education as identified through the audits.
Professional Billing Coding certification (CPC, CCS-P) required, Physician Auditor/Compliance certification a plus.