Business Office Specialist

Golden Living Centers - Richmond, IN

As a Business Office Specialist at Golden Living Centers, your assistance facilitates our mission. Each day, you will be responsible for providing effective support to our office operations in your area of expertise. You will be facilitating superior healthcare and making an impact on the lives of our patients and their families. You’ll know it each and every day, as you are rewarded for your efforts and hard work in this valued role. Make your mark as a Business Office Specialist at Golden Living Centers by performing a wide variety of day-to-day responsibilities.

We're looking for individuals who are detail-oriented, dedicated and have meaningful experience in this field. We are seeking individuals who are motivated by the impact of their work.

Responsible for the completion of all business office tasks performed at the facility level, including but not limited to payroll/personnel, accounts payable, resident trust fund and general administration. Coordinates the daily flow of financial information / documentation to and from the central billing office (CBO) to facilitate the timely billing and collection of accounts receivable.

Essential Job Functions:
Ensures all data and reports are shared with the administrator and/or central billing office, as appropriate.
May assist families with Medicaid eligibility process, including documenting in appropriate systems all follow-up and monitoring until process complete
Works closely with the location to maintain all necessary data and files to support the billing and financial activities
Performs On-Boarding function for specific disciplines
Manages all personnel records, employee medical records, and mandatory periodic reports
Processes Accounts Payable in accordance with business office policy and procedure
Maintains select patient/resident records (paper and electronic)
Perform all payroll related job duties
Coordinates the daily flow of financial information / documentation to and from the central billing office (CBO) to facilitate the timely billing and collection of accounts receivable.
Performs all duties as trust fund custodian in accordance with Resident Trust Fund policies and procedures including weekly reconciliation

Qualifications:
High school diploma or equivalent required. Associates degree or certificate preferred. Equivalent work experience may be substituted
Minimum of 2 years accounting, bookkeeping or record keeping experience, in a medical setting preferred
Previous health care related billing experience preferred
Must be capable of maintaining regular attendance
Knowledge of Medicare and Medicaid specific programs
Knowledge of methods, practices and terminology used in medical, financial, and statistical work
Must be able to maintain confidentiality regarding patient, employee and company proprietary information
Must have the ability to relate professionally and positively and work cooperatively with residents, families and other employees at all levels
Must possess computer skills of the types and at a level necessary to accomplish the job

Schedule: Full-time
Shift: Day Job
Shift Time: 8-4:30

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