Manager Revenue Management
Descripción del trabajo
Assists in the development of policies and procedures for use by the organization to effectively manage and control the revenue process. The Director of Revenue Management, who reports to the Divisional Director of Revenue Cycle Operations, reviews departmental revenue and error reports in order to access charging activities and develops corrective plans of action, as required; responsible for review of charging/revenue/error correction policies with departmental managers. Responsible for the maintenance and updating of the hospital's charge description master, to include accessing appropriateness of charges (reimbursable/chargeable) and pricing of charges according to hospital policy. Has the authority (delegated) to hire, terminate, discipline, promote or effectively recommend such to manager.
Minimum Work Experience: 3 years supervisory experience in healthcare revenue cycle
Minimum Education: Bachelor's Degree in Nursing, HIM, Business or Finance.
Required Skills: Finance, Accounting, or Business Administration
Challenges the Process - Seeks challenges aggressively; ensures innovation, and questions the status quo. Is not risk-averse; learns from failure, realizes mistakes are opportunities for growth. Sets clear stretch goals for self, peers and direct reports. Demonstrates understanding of natural sources of conflict and acts to prevent them; does not compromise to avoid conflict. Knows where to go to get things done. Creates a "no blame" environment. Recognizes early signs of changing environment and adjusts as necessary.
Inspires a Shared Vision - Designs a vision and creates environment to support that vision. Articulates the vision and describes the internal and external changes that will accompany implementation. Demonstrates professionalism, builds trust and credibility that reflect FMOLHS mission, vision and values. Enables Others to Act Employs techniques designed to improve discussions between people when stakes are high, emotions run strong, and opinions vary. Works constructively to identify and remove barriers and resolve conflict. Takes a sincere interest in the coaching and professional development of team members; Meets regularly with team members to discuss and agree on performance expectations and goals. Works well with different audiences. Encourages collaboration. Allocates resources across competing priorities.
Models the Way - Fosters a culture of spirituality and inclusion. Finds personal meaning in work. Guides decision-making according to Franciscan mission and values. Demonstrates humility. Demonstrates high standards for professional appearance of self and facility.
Encourages the Heart -Exhibits caring and respectful behavior. Takes personal responsibility for customer/patient satisfaction and loyalty. Receptive to being held accountable for performance/results. Shows sincere interest in others and their personal goals. Strives to make all people feel welcomed and valued. Rewards and recognizes achievement. Promotes and Supports Compliance in the Workplace Demonstrates expertise for all compliance standards in areas of responsibility. Demonstrates awareness of and support for all competency requirements, mandatory regulatory standards, and credentialing or certification requirements for areas of responsibility. Responsible for monitoring compliance with all applicable laws by team members for whom there is administrative responsibility. Promotes employee safety by assessment of risks within the department and promoting good safety principles with the team.