Oklahoma Sports & Orthopedics Institute is a fast-growing medical practice with multiple facilities across the metro and surrounding areas.
We welcome applicants who share our commitment to providing superior patient care.
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Benefits for Full-Time Employees
- Competitive Salary
- Company Paid Time Off
- Company Paid Holidays
- Health, Dental & Vision Insurance
- Short & Long Term Disability (Provided by employer)
- Term Life & AD&D
- Flexible Spending Accounts (Medical & Dependent Care)
- Retirement (Company match up to 3.5)
- Health & Wellness Program
Revenue Qualifier: The Revenue Qualifier representative will be responsible for qualifying and verifying all revenue options for each patient prior to first office visit after the initial patient entry/contact has been completed by scheduling and/or other OSOI staff. This position will be responsible for verifying insurance and other account receivable information including all demographic and required billing identification data using established practice management computer program(s) and/or third party websites, phone inquiries to insurance providers and/or third parties along with/in addition to contacting patient or patient representative(s) as required. Information to be identified and verified includes but is not limited to responsible party information including correct address and phone, commercial/retirement insurance information including correct identifiers and deductible/copayment amounts due, Medicaid and/or Medicare identification numbers and benefit type/level, and Workers Compensation information. The Revenue Qualifier will also assist in gathering “meaningful data” information as required and will enter data timely and accurately. Some reporting and other administrative and clerical duties as assigned.
Accounts Receivable Representative (Norman): The Accounts Receivable representative will be responsible for all duties related to reimbursement of claims submitted for services rendered. Responsibilities include accounts receivable follow-up and collections, correspondence and denial follow-up, timely and accurate insurance claim submission, credit balance reconciliation, customer service, data entry, charge entry, payment posting and reconciliation, verifying patient demographics and insurance information, some reporting, and other administrative and clerical duties as assigned.