Charge Account Clerk Job Description Sample
Charge Entry/Scanning Clerk
- Reports to the Supervisor and is responsible for preparing and posting charges to appropriate accounts, including inputting patient registrations and clearing registrations and charge entry edit lists. Prepares and scans batches for data entry.
Performs detailed data collection and for tracking and monitoring on charge entry related items. Also responsible Performs mail pick-up, distribution, sorting and metering activities. Assists with data entry and preparation of documents for scanning, xeroxing and distributing appropriate informational documentation.
Consistently applies the corporate values of respect, honesty and fairness and the constant pursuit of excellence in improving the health status of the people of the region through the provision of customer-friendly, geographically accessible and high-value services within the environment of a comprehensive integrated academic health care system.
Reviews and prepares registrations and charges for posting to individual patient's accounts. Posts registrations and charges to individual patient's accounts in accordance with departmental policy and procedure.
Collects, scans and analyzes charge entry batches.
Maintains appropriate spreadsheet/database formats for the scan and evaluation of charge entry batches.
Maintains accurate and accessible files (database, spreadsheet, or other) for the charge entry batch control process.
Produces appropriate computer reports for management within established timeframes.
Reconciles number of registrations and charge entry items that are not present, but are required for complete registration and charge entry such as physician name, upin number, etc. Prepares batch entry reconciliation sheet for each days work.
After review by Supervisor or Senior Charge Entry Clerk, closes out registration and charge entry batches.
Evaluates the TMCPO and/or Divisional specific charge entry batch receipt performance.
Analyses and identifies variances and discrepancies as they relate to the charge entry control process.
Monitors the timely receipt and completion of charge entry batches, A batches and error corrections.
Identifies opportunities to improve the PC reporting/data generation process.
Assists Team members with difficult and/or complex audit control applications to ensure correct tracking and monitoring.
Identifies and reports reasons for audit control hold batches and registration/charge entry trends to Supervisor.
Verifies all batches entered for additional or missing information. Resolves items for batches that are on hold to ensure that batch is correctly posted and closed.
Contacts departments to verify and/or resolve reconciliation issues.
Reviews and posts all charge entry batches to the audit control tracking program within established timeframes.
Resolves audit control items that are not present, but required for correct posting of charge entry items to the audit control system.
Meets all monthly and year end fiscal closing deadlines as they relate to the audit control receipt and reporting process.
Reports batch receipt trends and issues to Supervisor.
Works closely with team members to maintain and monitor the integrity of the audit control receipt control and reporting process.
Provides back-up coverage for other team members in case of absence.
Performs daily Hospital/departmental mail run. Responsible for metering outgoing, unstamped mail. Monitors postage machine and notifying supervisor when to replenish postage meter.
Deliveries around the hospital campus and US Postal Office.
Performs other types of delivery/pick-up runs at the direction of Management.
Distributes incoming fax copies to Patient Accounts and Accounting offices.
Sorts daily mail and distributes to appropriate department/person.
Performs other duties and assignments as needed and requested by management.
Extensive knowledge of PC's and the ability to use a calculator, word processing, database and spreadsheet software programs. Database experience in Access and Excel preferred.
Excellent interpersonal and communication skills and a basic understanding of team management concepts.
Proven analytical ability, in order to track, monitor, identify and evaluate charge entry batch receipts.
Charge entry software knowledge desired. lDX charge entry application experience preferred.
1)High school diploma or GED completion is required.
Account Manager/Full Charge Bookkeeper
With over 100 offices and nearly 5,000 associates in major metropolitan areas and suburban cities throughout the U.S. CBIZ (NYSE: CBZ) delivers top-level financial and employee business services to organizations of all sizes, as well as individual clients, by providing national-caliber expertise combined with highly personalized service delivered at the local level. CBIZ has been honored to be the recipient of several national recognitions: 2018 Best Workplaces in Consulting & Professional Services by Great Place to Work® and FORTUNE, 2018 Workplace Excellence Seal of Approval by the Alliance for Workplace Excellence, and one of the Top 101 highest scoring companies in the country for Best and Brightest Companies to Work For in the Nation by the National Association for Business Resources.
CBIZ and Mayer Hoffman McCann P.C. (MHM) are together ranked as one of the top providers of accounting services in the United States. With more than 35 offices and more than 3,000 professionals, we serve the country's growing mid-market public and private businesses. MHM provides high quality audit and attest services, while closely associated CBIZ provides all other accounting, tax and consulting services.
Essential Functions and Primary Duties:
Serve as client's trusted advisor, demonstrates knowledge of industry trends, identify client issues and conflicts; proactively communicate solution options to client and team
Manage staff on engagement deliverables (such as financial statements, tax returns, work
papers, etc.); complete technical and strategic reviews as a member of the final engagement
review team to ensure quality control standards are met; ensure on time delivery and on budget
Demonstrate proficient technical skills for handling all client responsibilities, including knowledge of trends, industries, alternatives, etc.
Understand the client's organization, procedures and internal policies
Responsible for new client development in partnership with upper management; participate in client meetings, presentations and proposal development and meet individual cross serve
Manage and retain multiple client relationships, engagements and special projects
Develop overall engagement budget
Consistently meet charge hour goals
Responsible for billing and realization on assigned clients; explain variances
Supervise, train and mentor staff; listen and communicate effectively
Foster a team environment; demonstrates support of management and decisions and build a positive culture
Participate in practice development activities that lead to the generation of new business and the opportunities for cross-serves
Additional responsibilities as assigned
Bachelor's degree required; Master's degree preferred in Accounting, Taxation or related field
6 years of experience in public accounting or related field
3 years supervisory experience
Must have active CPA or equivalent certification
Ability to manage all aspects of client engagements
Demonstrated ability to communicate verbally and in writing throughout all levels of organization, both internally and externally
Must be able to travel based on client and business needs
Proficient use of applicable technology
Clerk In Charge
Location: Houston, Texas (US-TX) 37134
Works under the supervision of the company department manager.
At the beginning of each shift, workers check in and hand ILA button to the Clerk in Charge.
Discusses the next day's workload with the company department manager to place the labor order for drivers.
Informs the Mule Walking Foreman of number of drivers needed.
Dispatches Mule Drivers according to work flow.
Manages logistics for all per diem cargo orders to expedite load or delivery.
Assesses export cut offs for cargo to meet ship out deadlines.
Manages all warehouse clerks to monitor production.
Communicates via 2-way radio with drivers, clerks, warehouse personnel, security guards and warehouse manager to coordinate logistics of warehouse.
Inspects all containers to verify that they are in good condition for turn in. Reports damages to maintenance department.
Receives and enters production documentation from clerks.
VESSEL LABOR PLAN:
Chief Clerk in Charge works in clerk's office, outside on terminal, and/ or aboard vessel.
Receives a telephone call from the terminal with instruction on the amount of clerks needed for each operation.
For each operation, the Chief Clerk in Charge will order the required amount of clerks for each gang.
TERMINAL LABOR PLAN:
Receives phone call from Terminal Office Manager with instruction regarding the labor roster for the terminal for the day.
At beginning of shift, checks in with the Operations Manager
Signs out vehicle keys and hand held devices.
Obtains Export List from Express System.
Obtains checklist from the steamship line.
Balances imports and exports on vessel.
Balances containers on vessel.
Drives to terminal location to verify serial numbers for reefers, hazardous materials, and out of gauge cargo/containers.
Separates paperwork for each gang.
Assigns trucks to the empty yard clerks.
Approve timesheets for payroll.
Assists in troubleshooting the location of containers on vessel or in yard.
Provides hands on training to clerks.
Attends safety meeting monthly.
Continuously monitors safety guidelines and ensures that every employee wears the specified safety gear.
Addresses personnel issues and serves as manager to all clerks.
- Will walk on designated walkway to enter and exit RO/RO vessel. May climb vertical ladders onboard vessel. May climb vessel gangway.
Required Safety Gear must be worn at all times to include: Safety vest, steeled-toe shoes, and hard hats must be worn on terminal or in yard. CHIEF CLERK
Centralized Charge Entry Clerk - Central Billing Office - Full-Time
State of Franklin Healthcare Associates is currently recruiting for a Full-Time Centralized Charge Entry Clerk to work with our Central Billing Office. Work Days are Monday through Friday.
State of Franklin Healthcare Associates was voted as the Best Place to Work in the 2017 Johnson City Press Reader's Choice Award.
The Centralized Charge Entry Clerk verifies billing information marked on the provider's encounter form to the billing information in Electronic Medical Records (EMR), ensuring third party payer required diagnosis and modifier information is correct on the billing. Post information from the encounter form in Group Management System following the Charge Entry Policy and Procedures to ensure clean claim submission.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
Verifies procedure codes marked on the encounter form in EMR. All charges will be posted prior to closing the month in Group Management System.
Work as a team to ensure all encounters are entered into Group Management in a timely manner and prior to the end of the month process.
Reconcile payments with the deposit log completed by the clinic.
Use hash totals to ensure all the Current Procedural Terminology (CPT) codes have been posted from the encounter form and balance to the Group Management audit journal.
Ensures required diagnosis, referring physician and modifiers are entered for clean claim submission.
Returns copies of questions, incomplete charge sheets and other problems to offices or physicians for resolution.
Follows up on problems weekly to ensure they are corrected and returned timely.
Communicates reoccurring problems to supervisor for resolution.
Follows Charge Entry Policy and Procedures, complies with new changes as necessary.
Researches, corrects and resubmits claims denied due to charge entry errors.
Compiles information and prepares reports.
Participates in educational activities.
Regular and in-person attendance as scheduled and required to perform essential job functions.
Follows organizational policies and procedures, including State of Franklin Healthcare Associates Compliance Manual, Code of Ethics and Business Standards, HR Policies and Procedures Manual, Team Member Handbook, OSHA Manual and any other policies or procedures for the job function, department, location or clinic.
Performs other duties as assigned.
Knowledge of medical business office and coding procedures. Skill in using computer, calculator, copy and fax machine. Ability to examine documents for accuracy and completeness and prepare records in accordance with detailed instructions.
High school diploma or GED
Two years of CPT and ICD-10 coding and data entry experience, including one year of coding and data entry experience in a health care organization preferred but not required. Additional related education may be substituted for the two years of coding experience.
Certificates, Licenses, Registrations
Service: Demonstrates high standards of service to patients, physicians, team members and other departments; remains calm when faced with challenging or difficult situations; effectively resolves service issues.
Quality: Work is thorough and accurate; offers ideas and solutions to improve outcomes and enhance service; considers the situation and relevant information before taking action; effectively implements improvements.
Integrity: Acts with the highest levels of personal ethics, honesty and accountability.
Performance: Applies job specific knowledge, skills and experience to accomplish results; requires appropriate level of supervision; work is completed in a timely manner; uses sound judgement in decision-making; is reliable and dependable; utilizes time and resources responsibly; complies with policies and procedures; work area is organized, neat and clean.
Communication: Expresses facts and ideas in a clear, convincing and organized manner; listens effectively; professional, respectful and compassionate in communications with others; follows proper channels of communication and shares essential information timely; maintains appropriate confidentiality.
Teamwork: Builds and maintains effective working relationships; recognizes strengths and contribution of others; manages and resolves conflicts in a positive and constructive manner.
Work is performed in a medical office environment involving contact with patients, physicians, staff, insurance carriers and other business partners. Occasional local travel between work sites and additional hours, including evening or weekend work, may be necessary.
up to 10 lbs
up to 25 lbs
up to 50 lbs
State of Franklin Healthcare Associates reserves the right to alter, change or modify this job description at any time, with our without notice. The duties and responsibilities contained herein are considered representative, but not necessarily all-inclusive, of the duties and responsibilities, which may be required of a job incumbent. All other categorizations contained herein are meant to be representative of the general environment or working conditions in which the job is performed.
Under general supervision, the incumbents perform a variety of clerical accounting duties in the preparation, maintenance, review, auditing, and processing of financial and statistical records, reports, and claims.
Examples of Duties
(Note: The following duties are performed by most incumbents, but other related duties may also be performed; not all duties listed are necessarily performed by each individual.)
1.Researches and makes recommendations on how to resolve complex customer service problems which include interaction between other county employees and supervisors, referring to rules, regulations, policies and procedures to meet customer needs.
2.Explains policies and procedures to inform customers of correct process.
3.Verifies/reviews accounting reports, adding receipts, subtracting disbursements and charges, using 10-key to arrive at summary total or determine correct amount for transactions.
4.Reviews/verifies documents to ensure information for payment is correct.
5.Originates various forms (LFO, BOR, Requisitions, Claims) to submit to Auditor's Office for processing of vendor/client payments.
6.Prepares journal vouchers to distribute charges/operating costs for purchases using fund code chart, appropriate code forms, computer, or manually to transfer funds or to charge correct accounts.
7.Calculates/totals checks/cash using 10-key adding machine/calculator to reconcile day's receipts and/or deposit permits.
8.Prepares reports using spreadsheets, databases and word processing applications to track information.
9.Reviews staff's work for completeness, to correct or reject if necessary, to ensure daily work assignments are accurate and complete.
10. Answers questions from unit staff on policies, procedures, directives, by utilizing knowledge of program, or researching and gathering information to find the correct answer to facilitate workflow.
11. Distributes and/or assigns workload/workflow, on daily/weekly basis to unit to coordinate unit work production, and ensure that employees have enough work to keep busy.
12. Trains and cross-trains employees in various functions of program process to maintain properly trained, knowledgeable personnel.
13. Answers questions from customers to provide status of account and verify information.
14. Transfers calls or takes messages to deliver clear and accurate information.
15. Dispenses/receives documents or supplies to receive or provide customers with accurate forms/supplies or to store supplies and deliveries.
16. Verifies documents to ensure document is accurate and complete.
17. Calculates/verifies and adjusts accounts or reports to reconcile or balance reports and accounts for further processing.
18. Reviews receiving reports for proper authorization for payment, appropriate codes, vendor's number, to process for payment.
19. Calculates checks/cash to produce days receipts.
20. Matches invoice documents with receiving reports or packing slip using calculator, vendor's price list, reports or logs, Court contracts, to ensure correct amounts and process for payment.
21. Prepares deposit permits according to Court Policies and Procedures to deposit funds into proper accounts.
22. Batches/groups organized deposit permits to prepare permits/remittances for deposits.
23. Updates and makes corrections to existing records to create/modify/update records.
24. Tracks and logs in work to provide accurate record of all transactions.
25. Verifies data/information using printouts, calculator, or oral communication to input or maintain accurate information or record for appearances.
26. Tabulates (add) all work to produce statistical reports, comply with federal/state regulations, and monitor internal operations and security.
27. Compares/combines data/information using printouts, invoices, computer, to create/verify data for entry, or route for further processing.
28. Files information chronologically, numerically, or alphabetically to maintain accurate/organized filing system.
29. Searches, locates, retrieves files from manual or computerized system to provide requested information or locate missing file.
30. Reviews/verifies/matches file information manually and with computer terminal to check file for complete/accurate information or to route to appropriate party/locations for correction or processing.
31. Updates/corrects file information to maintain accurate files.
32. Organizes and batches files into categories to sort files to be processed.
33. Photocopies documents as needed or requested using copy machine to provide copies to customers and/or files.
34. Completes/fills-in various documents/forms to complete forms or process requests, payments, or claims.
35. Copies documents from computer/hardcopy using photocopies, computer printer, or diskettes, to make back-up copies and keep records.
36. Sends/mails via inter-office or U.S. mail or fax to send mail to correct locations
Experience: Three (3) years experience in keeping or reviewing financial or statistical records.
Education Substitution: Education may be substituted for up to two (2) years of the required three (3) years of required experience, on the following basis:
Such education shall have been in an accounting curriculum in an accredited four-year or two-year collegiate-grade institution, or in an accredited correspondence or business school. The accounting curriculum shall include elementary and advanced accounting, cost accounting, and accounting law. A Bachelor's degree, an Associate in Arts degree, or an Accounting Certificate which represents completion of all required course work in an accounting curriculum is equal to two (2) years of experience. Work completed as a volunteer or unpaid student intern will be evaluated on a case by case bases.
Completion of any two of the following courses from an accredited four-year or two-year collegiate grade institution, or an accredited correspondence or business school, may be substituted for one year of experience: elementary accounting, advanced accounting, cost accounting and accounting law.
General principles, procedures, terminology and practices used in financial and statistical clerical record keeping including posting, computing totals, reconciling accounts, and reviewing balance sheets; general accounting including basic understanding of debits and credits; arithmetic to make calculations and correct change: addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, percentages decimals, fractions; clear writing: using proper English grammar, punctuation, spelling, vocabulary; English language to communicate; standard methods of filing: alphabetic, numeric, chronological; 10-key adding machine; general computer applications including spreadsheets, databases and word-processing; Sacramento Superior Court and specific departmental policies, procedures and functions; training techniques and methods; customer service techniques.
Prepare reports using spreadsheets, databases and word-processing applications; track/reconcile information between accounts and general ledgers; accurately proofread details, noting and detecting errors; prioritize work and meet deadlines; apply and explain policies and procedures; work independently and carry out assignments with minimal supervision; give instructions and assign work to staff; calculate solutions to math problems: addition, subtraction, division, multiplication, percentages, decimals, and fractions; understand and follow standard oral and written instructions; read English at a level necessary to understand procedure manuals, policy guidelines, software manuals, technical documents and reports; write English at a level necessary to independently compose correspondence from notes or verbal instruction and to record incoming information; speak English at a level necessary to communicate information clearly; establish and maintain effective working relationships with others; operate computer terminals, typewriter, printer, copies, microfiche, fax and 10-key adding machine; elicit information from inside/outside sources
Clinica Sierra Vista currently operates comprehensive primary care community health centers in the rural and urban areas of Kern, Fresno, and Inyo Counties, located in California, encompassing several thousand square miles of farm land, desert, and mountain areas. Community health centers provide comprehensive primary and preventative health care, including medical, dental and behavioral health services, in areas where access to health care has historically been inadequate. Additionally, we operate multiple health education, prevention and case management programs providing a comprehensive array of health and human services. We serve primarily the low-income and uninsured population, including migrant farm workers, the homeless, and other special populations.
The Account Clerk will be responsible to sort, distribute and verify completeness of billing materials.
Separate and distribute payments
Payment, Fee Ticket and Batch Logs updated daily
Sort and distribute inter-office mail
Prepare and scan 3rd party checks, EFT's, denials, eligibility and misc to ICS
File and box scanned paperwork
Import 277 and 997 files into PM system
Update address changes in PM system
Look up EOB's on Gateway based on daily EFT deposit list
Review Quest and PAL invoices, Ultrasound and Rhogam logs for unbilled charges
Merge duplicate patient
Place supply orders
Check fax machine for correspondence and distribute
Scan Home Visit billing
Assist with projects as needed
On a scheduled basis may be required to work at any Satellite Facility.
Ability to work a varied schedule that may include Saturday.
High School graduate or equivalent.
Must be 18 years of age.
Ability to work well with public, which includes a courteous telephone manner.
Ability to make and post arithmetical computations accurately.
Account Receivable Clerk - Tampa, FL
Energize your career with one of Healthcare's fastest growing companies.
You dream of a great career with a great company – where you can make an impact and help people. We dream of giving you the opportunity to do just this. And with the incredible growth of our business, it's a dream that definitely can come true. Already one of the world's leading Healthcare companies, UnitedHealth Group is restlessly pursuing new ways to operate our service centers, improve our service levels and help people lead healthier lives. We live for the opportunity to make a difference and right now, we are living it up.
This opportunity is with one of our most exciting business areas: Optum – a growing part of our family of companies that make UnitedHealth Group a Fortune 6 leader.
Optum helps nearly 60 million Americans live their lives to the fullest by educating them about their symptoms, conditions and treatments; helping them to navigate the system, finance their healthcare needs and stay on track with their health goals. No other business touches so many lives in such a positive way. And we do it all with every action focused on our shared values of Integrity, Compassion, Relationships, Innovation & Performance.
If you want to achieve more in your mission of health care, you have to be really smart about the business of health care. Financial discipline and accountability count more today than ever. Which is why your performance and innovation will find a reception here like nowhere else as you help people live healthier lives while doing your life's best work.
Positions in this function prepare and maintain records of accounts receivable, including receipts, claims and overdue invoices. Applies all incoming cash receipts and wire payments to the appropriate general ledger accounts. Computes interest charges, processes refunds and related items. Performs periodic and month-end balancing and reporting activities.
Responsible for achieving KPI's / Metrics set by Management
Investigates / resolves denied and short paid transactions in a timely and effective manner
Manages work queue to insure all accounts are worked, timely and appropriately in monthly cycle
Follows the department Policy and Procedures set by Management
Identifies key challenges driving AR, escalates to Management for resolution at a global level
Provides training and mentorship to new hires and AR Representatives on an on-going basis
Ability to analyze AR work queue, provide recommendations for resolution and identify billing and payment trends
Ability to maneuver through various billing systems and understand work flow
Communicates with Business Partners, providing excellent customer service in order to reconcile outstanding account balances using approved collection techniques
Works to resolve account balances of an assigned portfolio of accounts.
Required actions taken may include (but not limited to) write-offs, appeals, transfers, review of EOBs and other carrier correspondence, litigation and self pay referrals
Works with internal departments and Business Partners in identifying carrier trends to escalate for resolution. This may include missing bill files, incorrect bill form types, missing documentation, etc)
Works with Collections Manager / Supervisor of other member of the Management Team on special projects as needed
High School Diploma / GED (or higher)
1 years of Accounts Receivable, billing and collections experience in the Healthcare industry
Experience with Microsoft Office including Excel (ability sort, filter, pivot tables)
- Bachelor's Degree (or higher) in Accounting
OptumRx is an empowering place for people with the flexibility to help create change. Innovation is part of the job description. And passion for improving the lives of our customers is a motivating factor in everything we do.
If you're ready to talk about groundbreaking interactions, let's talk about what happens when a firm that touches millions of lives decides to gather results from millions of prescriptions every month and analyze their impact. Let's talk about smart, motivated teams. Let's talk about more effective and affordable healthcare solutions. This is caring. This is great chemistry. This is the way to make a difference. We're doing all this, and more, through a greater dedication to our shared values of integrity, compassion, relationships, innovation and performance. Join us and start doing your life's best work.
Diversity creates a healthier atmosphere: UnitedHealth Group is an Equal Employment Opportunity / Affirmative Action employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, protected veteran status, disability status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, marital status, genetic information, or any other characteristic protected by law.
UnitedHealth Group is a drug-free workplace. Candidates are required to pass a drug test before beginning employment.
Keywords: UHG- Tampa, FL- Claims, AR Clerk, Accounts Receivable, Collections, Health Insurance
Account Clerk III - Kona, Island Of Hawai'i
Position Specific Description Benefits Supplemental Questions
Recruitment Number 18-046AN, Account Clerk III, SR-11*, Kona, Island of Hawai'i.
- Salary effective 7/01/2018.
Summary of Duties:Maintains control accounts for appropriated and/or non-appropriated funds involving a relatively limited number of accounts and range of kinds of disbursements; may maintain one or more major accounting groupings for a major department; may supervise and participate in the maintenance of subsidiary ledgers; and performs other duties as required.
Minimum Qualification Requirements:
General Experience: One-half (1/2) year of work experience which demonstrated knowledge of arithmetic and spelling and possession of the abilities to follow oral and written directions, to write simply and directly and to observe differences in words and numbers quickly and accurately.
Specialized Experience: Two (2) years of work experience which involved posting to accounting records and other systematizing of fiscal information; i.e., computing, classifying and recording numerical data to keep sets of financial accounting records complete and to derive reports therefrom. Such experience must have demonstrated knowledge of standard accounting classification and terminology pertinent to accounts maintenance operations and office practices and procedures relating to the processing and recording of transactions and accounting information.
This work must have involved reconciling accounts (i.e., checking for errors, balancing, and going back to original source document for verification).
Non-Qualifying Experience: Experience as a teller, cashier, inventory clerk, stock clerk, supply clerk, or other related work which is primarily concerned with checking accuracy of computations/monetary transactions or posting non-fiscal data which does not involve or require any fiscal record keeping knowledge is not considered qualifying specialized experience.
Supervisory Aptitude: Some Account Clerk III, IV and V positions require that applicants possess supervisory aptitude. Supervisory Aptitude is the demonstration of aptitude or potential for the performance of supervisory duties through successful completion of regular or special assignments which involve some supervisory responsibilities or aspects; by serving as a group or team leader, or in similar work in which opportunities for demonstrating supervisory capabilities exist; by completion of training courses in supervision accompanied by application of supervisory skills in work assignments or by favorable appraisals by a supervisor indicating the possession of supervisory potential.
Substitution of Education for Experience:
1.Graduation from high school or equivalent with courses in basic English and arithmetic may be substituted for six (6) months of General Experience.
2.An associate's degree or equivalent in accounting from an accredited business school, community college, or other comparable institution may be substituted for specialized experience on the basis of one (1) year of such training for one (1) school year of experience, up to a maximum of two (2) years.
3.Completion of one (1) school year of an accounting, business or related curriculum at an accredited business school, community college, or other comparable institution may be substituted for one (1) year of specialized experience provided the training included at least three (3) credits per semester of accounting courses.
4.Education in an accredited university in a baccalaureate program may be substituted for Specialized Experience on the following basis:
(a) A baccalaureate degree in accounting will be deemed to have met all of the experience requirements.
(b) Fifteen (15) semester hours of training may be substituted for six (6) months of experience, up to a maximum of three and one-half (3 1/2) years provided the training included at least three (3) credits per semester of accounting courses such as: accounting, theory and methods used to record and report financial information; analysis of methods for valuing the assets, liabilities, and ownership; etc. (3/11/14)
Supplemental Information:The following information may be attached to your application or submitted by mail or hand-delivered to: Hawai'i State Judiciary, Department of Human Resources, 426 Queen Street, First Floor, Honolulu, Hawai'i 96813.
Education: If you are using education as a substitute for experience, you must submit a copy of your official transcripts at the time of application. If you are selected, you will need an official transcript (not a copy) indicating the completion of the training or the awarding of the appropriate degree.
Upfront Review Clerk / Patient Account Coordinator
This is the perfect employment opportunity for someone at entry-level, or for someone with some previous experience in Billing or Administrative support in the medical field.
The ideal Candidate will:
Reside within 30-35 miles of our facility
Have not had more than 3 jobs within the past 5 years
Have a caring and compassionate demeanor
Have basic computer skills and/or prior office experience
Have demonstrated great attendance and attitude in prior positions
Have a history of a strong work ethic
Be willing to work in a team setting
Paid time off (paid holidays, paid vacation, and paid sick time)
Full benefits package including Health, Dental, and Vision Coverage
401K with employer match
(Billing Clerk / Accounting Clerk / Administrative Support / Customer Service)
Claims and Billing Clerk:
Interacts with healthcare insurance companies
Initiates the review/appeal process on disputed claims
Answers Accounts Receivable phone inquiries
Pay range: based on experience
Hours are between 8 am to 5 pm, Mon thru Fri
Upfront Review Clerk – Quality Assurance Clerk:
Quality review of customer medical information for accuracy/completeness
Pay range: based on experience
Hours are between 8 am to 5 pm, Mon thru Fri
Lincare is an equal opportunity employer, access and affirmative action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment regardless of race, color, religion, creed, sex, age, national origin, protected veteran status, disability status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, marital status, genetic information, or any other characteristic protected by law. Lincare provides reasonable accommodations for qualified individuals with disabilities. Because Lincare believes in providing a safe work environment, we conduct drug and background checks in our recruiting/hiring processes. AA/EOE, M/F/Disabled/Veterans
Account Clerk 3 - Financial Services; PCN 18000159
Full performance level class in accounting clerk occupation under direction of accounting supervisor/benefits supervisor and other fiscal management requiring considerable knowledge of accounts payable, accounts receivable, and other accounting related duties. Under general supervision from section head, keeps complex budget accounts, analyzes expenditures, financial statements & reports, maintains general books of accounts & makes financial statements; may act as lead worker over small number of account clerks &/or clerks when assigned.
Keeps most complex budget accounts & auxiliary records & performs all necessary computations (e.g., third party reimbursements, federal grants, draw-downs, capital improvements, operational accounts). By use of county and state programs and tools provided performs professional account clerk duties to further the financial goals of the agency. Work includes, but not limited to: preparation of fiscal documentation needed to make payments to various 3rd parties; prepare and process purchase requests and other forms of encumbrances; verify availability of funds; review submissions for payments and reimbursements; enter documentation into various accounting programs for payment processing; review and processing of child care payment requests; processing for payment internal requests for legal documentation; handling social security documentation related to client payments; process any and all other fiscal related documents as assigned.
Performs clerical duties and other related assignments (e.g., types reports and correspondence, files vouchers, opens new vendor files as needed, types vouchers, makes copies of invoices and other clerical documents, answers telephone inquiries). Respond to internal and external inquiries regarding accounts payable and receivable. Utilizes computer billing systems and related software, retrieves related electronic or hard copy documents, reviews account information, researches files, investigate and resolve problems related to duties assigned, communicate findings to management and other sources as necessary, and cooperate with other departments as needed to further general fiscal responsibilities. Cooperate and provide details as called upon by management in compiling fiscal data (e.g., such as in cases of external or internal audits, problem resolutions, etc.)Analyzes accounts, expenditures, financial statements & reports for purpose of determining preliminary budget projections. Monitor budget levels and funding as required for entry of fiscal documents. Maintain general knowledge of fiscal processing as it occurs within the department and processes outside the department the affect duties (e.g., general processing as dictated by elements such as County Auditors, Office of Management and Budget, Board of County Commissioners, etc.)
Maintains general books of accounts; makes financial statements. Produce, review, and disseminate reports related to duties as assigned or called upon.
Provide required information to other members compiling such reports. Review department, county, and state records, reports, and other documentation for accuracy, reconciliation, or other needs as assigned.
Performs other related clerical duties (e.g., types, files, orders supplies). Maintain pertinent materials for department. Assist lower classifications as needs arise and assigned.
Respond to walk-in inquiries. Interpret complex information as needed. Type reports, file, maintain department files, and produce copies, scan, email, and other related duties.
Provides work direction to lower classifications. Provides training related to account clerk duties to JFS staff at all levels and vendors as required.
Performs other duties as assigned.
Minimum Class Requirements
Completion of Associates Degree in Accounting, Finance, or other Business related program –OR- four (4) years of full-time directly related experience. (Other Evidences May Be Substituted.)
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