Insurance Verifier/Financial Counselor - Providence Place Skilled Nursing Rehab

Prime Healthcare

Job Description
Providence Place is a faith-based, 45-bed skilled nursing and rehabilitative care center located on the campus of Providence Medical Center. Providence Place offers a skilled and intermediate level of care to meet residents' needs, for a short-term stay. Residents enjoy a home-like atmosphere where the focus is on the individual. As an employee you will be given the opportunity not only to give our patient's exceptional care but, the ability to grow within an organization that strives to give back to the community in which they serve. We are committed to providing Outstanding Benefits to our employees see just some of the benefits we offer: + Outstanding Medical Benefits + Competitive Retirement Plan + Employee Assistance Program + Tuition Reimbursement + Ongoing Education + Paid Time Off + Life Insurance + and so much more.... Come Join a Team of dedicated to serving their patients in the best way possible!!! The Insurance Verifier/ Financial Counselor is responsible for determining patient liability based on benefits and advises patient of their liability prior to scheduled elective procedures notifies patient(s) of financial responsibility; collection arrangement are made prior to services rendered for all elective care. Verifies insurance eligibility, and benefits for emergent and urgent admissions, procedures or other services ensuring communication of patient responsibility to the patient or responsible party. Verifies and secures accurate patient demographic and insurance information, updating patient account information as needed. Assists patients in making arrangements as needed for patient responsibility by time of discharge for emergent or urgent services. Screens and refers patients for possible linkage to state, county or other government assistance programs as well as Charity or Discounts as per the facility Charity and Discount policies. The Insurance Verifier/ Financial Counselor works closely with Case Management in securing Medicaid/Medical treatment authorizations as needed. Maintains effective communication skills, including verbal, written and telephone. Proficient in mathematical skills. Education and Work Experience + Knowledge of standard insurance companies and verification requirements. + Well versed in authorization processes for all payers. + Ability to multi-task, prioritize needs to meet required timelines. + Analytical and problem-solving skills. + Customer Services experience required. + High School Graduate or GED Equivalent Required (effective 4/1/14 for all new hires) We are an Equal Opportunity/ Affirmative Action Employer and do not discriminate against applicants due to veteran status, disability, race, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation or other protected characteristics. If you need special accommodation for the application process, please contact Human Resources. EEO is the Law: ID: 2022-97697 Street: 8909 Parallel Pkwy Shift: Days