The Perioperative Services charge office is a sub-division of the Perioperative Services Administration Department. The charge office is necessary for the daily operations of charge / revenue capture for the Perioperative Services department. This work involves manually compiling data on paper documents and entering the computation into the departmental computer system. The Charge Information Auditor uses two computer systems to perform the detailed daily tasks of this job: iPath / Centricity Perioperative Manager (CPM) electronic system Patcom charge / billing system
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS OF THE ROLE
Reconcile patient records to surgery schedule: Knowledge of billing summary codes such as HCPCS, C-codes, etc. Calculate charges from hardcopy acuity record following procedure acuity protocol; enter into the GE iPath /CPM computer system. Calculate charges from hardcopy acuity record following time acuity protocol (in room, out room, and number of staff); enter into the GE iPath / CPM computer system. Research case by case discrepancies and apply corrections.
Verify chargeable items against company invoices for accurate charging: Request hold status on charges from the appropriate department as needed. Request new item clarification / verification from the Perioperative Services Purchasing department for billable items.
Enter patient charges (systems used: GE iPath / CPM and Patcom)
Charge description Master (CDM): Request new CDM codes for new chargeable items via the eCDM Patcom application. Maintain contract price changes in the eCDM as contract changes are received from the departmental business director.
Review daily Cypress reports and report discrepancies to appropriate department(s): Unresolved credits. GE iPath (CPM) / Patcom charge interface batch report to ensure charges passed to Patcom for the previous day. Notify appropriate contact person when problem with charge passage occurs.
Enter implant information in the GE iPath / CPM system when applicable: Required for FDA tracking. Patient Safety.
Manage on-site paper records for twelve month period: Order storage containers from records retention facility as needed. Transfer files monthly to off-site records retention facility. Maintain Excel file for file transfer and storage history. Request hardcopy records upon internal departmental requests.
Work with internal and external auditors: Audits may be announced or unannounced. Audit hospital billing records vs. perioperative services records to ensure revenue compliance guidelines are met. Documents required for the audit process includes the entire record comprised of: Hardcopy of schedule Hardcopy of Perioperative record Hardcopy of Cypress reports
Print necessary GE iPath /CPM system audit reports to audit daily entries
Our competitive benefits package includes the following - Immediate eligibility for health and welfare benefits - 401(k) savings plan with dollar-for-dollar match up to 5% - Tuition Reimbursement - PTO accrual beginning Day 1 Note: Benefits may vary based upon position type and/or level
EDUCATION - H.S. Diploma/GED Equivalent
EXPERIENCE - A minimum of 4 years experience required
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