Part-time Reimbursement Specialist for long-term care billing
- Responsible for daily maintenance of census;
- Verify potential residents’ insurance coverage and/or assist in arranging for coverage;
- Promptly bill and collect all medical receivables;
- Review expected reimbursement against actual payment received from Medicare, Medicaid, and insurance companies;
- File appeals on denied/rejected claims;
- Work closely with other departments, family members, and insurance companies;
A high School graduate; additional course work in business and financial fields is preferred. The ideal candidate will have a minimum five years of experience in billing and collecting long-term care receivables; prior experience working with Medicare/Medicaid contractual payments, denials and appeals (working knowledge of UB-04 billing is a must); a working knowledge of Excel and creation of spreadsheets. Excellent verbal and written communication skills in order to deal with all levels of clients, patients, physicians, insurance employers and attorneys are required. We are looking for someone who can work well on their own or in a team environment.
Part-time Administrative Assistant to Executive Director (ED)
Provide essential administrative support to Executive Director, including
- plan and schedule meetings and appointments
- arrange all travel plans and conferences for ED and Board of Trustee members as needed
- maintain all vendor contracts
- set up credentialing process
- organize and maintain Executive Director’s files
- prepare agendas and make arrangements for meetings
- compose and type correspondence
- keep track of Executive Director’s schedule to help set his priorities for the day
- respond to phone inquiries, route calls and faxes
- perform other general office and day-to-day administrative tasks
- handle all the tasks in a professional manner and with regard for confidentiality of residents and staff
Must be a high school graduate. Associates Degree or Certificate in secretarial training preferred. A minimum of three years’ experience in an office environment. Experience with Microsoft programs such as Outlook, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. Must be a self-starter with the ability to work in a team environment.
Please e-mail resume and salary requirements to firstname.lastname@example.org. Must be willing to learn American Sign Language. Classes are taught on-site. NEHD is an equal opportunity employer and operates a drug-free facility.
Deafblind Aid will assist Deafblind residents with daily activities. Must be able to communicate using tactile sign. ASL fluency is necessary. Must have a pleasant personality and be able to work well with others.
We are looking for Certified Nursing Assistants and Nurses to work on a per diem basis.
We are an equal opportunity employer and offer a drug free workplace. ASL classes are offered at our facility for those who do not know American Sign Language.
Please complete our employment application and send resume and salary requirements to
Kathryn H. Melanson
Director of Human Resources
New England Homes for the Deaf