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RssWorkers Comp. Bill Review Specialist (3 years of experience w/ Workers Comp. Billing Certificate)

I'am looking for a full time position in Medical Bill Review with diverse duties and room for company growth.

Radiologic Technologist

Anaheim, CA

About Me

Industry:

Healthcare & Medical

Occupation:

Radiologic Technologist

Highlights:

Workers Comp. Medical Billing Certificate - June 2006
 

Education level:

High School/GED

Will Relocate:

Yes

Location:

Anaheim, CA

Work Experiences

9/2008 - 12/2008

Honda Financial Service

Individual Contributor

  • Calling customers to resolve late payment and advising customers of status of vehicle. Helped customers understand contracts, resolve late payment issues, faxed and receiving new purchase contracts from the Honda dealerships. Made over 130 calls a day. Receiving payments from customer over the phone, western union, money gram and speed pay.

3/2007 - 1/2008

Cigna - Intracorp

Individual Contributor

  • Code Worker's Compensation claims in accordance with state fee schedules and guidelines and PPO contracts. Process reconsiderations, rush reviews, forward surgery bills for payment processing utilizing both scanning and document production. Process an average of 150 bills per day. Maintain average error rate of less than 5%. Code and unhold bills via SmartAdvisor. Printing and posting Explanation of Benefits (EOB) payment. ICD-9 and CPT terminology.

10/2005 - 3/2007

Stratacare

Individual Contributor

  • Scanned an average of 300 bills per day. Maintain average error rate of less than 5%. Input claim numbers, federal tax ID and recognizing different hold codes to forward to correct billing department. Strong knowledge of Workers’ Compensation state fee schedules and guidelines, ICD-9 and CPT terminology. Make corrections on reviews if required by client specific workflow

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