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Temporary Contract Specialist (Hospital) The candidate will be responsible for analyzing new and revised hospital contracts to determine the rates, terms, invoice type, documentation requirements and billing schedule of the stipends. Will ensure timely, accurate data entry of fixed and variable rate subsidies by reviewing executed contracts; meeting with Legal Department, Regional and Corporate management; preparing contract outlines and statistics; and obtaining missing documents or signatures within the departmentâ€™s required time frames. Effectively prepare for, attend and represent the Contract Revenue Department in meetings with MEDNAX and facility management. Effectively analyzes new and revised hospital contracts, determines actions necessary, documents the requirements, and ensures follow-through. Analyzes contracts, determines rates and terms, identifies effective/expiration dates and payer codes, prepares contract summaries, and assesses administrative requirements for the Contract Revenue Department. Contacts Legal or other MEDNAX management to follow-up on missing documents or signatures. Ensures only appropriate persons are contacted per the departmentâ€™s guidelines. Works with Legal, Operations, Accounting and other MEDNAX management to resolve pre- and post-execution contract issues on a cooperative and timely basis. Documents clearly and concisely in GPMS, meeting minutes, contract folders, operational reports and e-mails, in order to assure appropriate ongoing follow-up by the department, as well as effective communication with facilities and MEDNAX management. Effectively utilizes tools such as reports, calendars and project plans in order to follow up on deliverables, plan meeting attendance, track progress, and meet deadlines. Responsible for accuracy of data in the departmentâ€™s reports, Contract Spreadsheets and GPMS accounts. Ensures contract summary data elements (â€œconstantsâ€) are accurately entered in GPMS contract accounts. Ensures contract summary data elements are accurately entered in the departmentâ€™s reports and Contract Spreadsheets. Directs appropriate personnel to complete necessary updates to GPMS accounts, reports and/or Contract Spreadsheets. Represents Contract Revenue and Corporate Patient Accounts Management in meetings and committees. Attends monthly status meetings with Regional Operations Management. Attends acquisition and start-up meetings with Corporate and Regional management in order to assess the impact of new hospital contracts and determine administrative requirements in the department. Assists Regional Management and effectively represents Contract Revenue Departmentâ€™s requirements in pre-contract negotiations and/or contract disputes. Prepares reports for and summaries of the meetings attended on behalf of the department. Prepares a monthly operational report for Corporate Patient Accounts Management. Meets or exceeds required departmental quality and productivity standards on a consistent basis. New contracts and contract revisions will be analyzed and summaries prepared within 3 days of receipt. Assists on various special projects as determined by Management. Work overtime in mandatory situations. Maintain strict confidentiality in accordance with HIPAA regulations and Company policy. Any patient private health information (PHI) must not be divulged on any account except to payers that need the information in order to process the invoice for payment. Presents a positive, professional appearance and conveys a professional demeanor in the performance of assigned duties. Performs other job-related duties within the job scope as requested by Management of Patient Accounts. Embodies the principles of the corporate Mission Statement and Philosophy at all times. Represents the corporation in a positive fashion and makes all individuals feel as comfortable as possible. Conducts all business in a professional manner maintaining respect for individuals at all times. Complies with departmental and company-wide policies and procedures. Maintains constant awareness of potential safety hazards insuring necessary safety precautions. Reads and complies with established policies and procedures.
Qualification and Experience
The candidate must have Associate's degree (A. A.) or equivalent from two-year college or technical school; or 1-2 yearsâ€™ related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience. Superior written and verbal communication skills is must. Working knowledge of contracts and/or paralegal background is essential. Excellent computer skills are required. Accounting, bookkeeping, administrative and/or healthcare experience, or equivalent education, is desired.
Requisition ID: 2018-14237
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