Our Brentwood, TN healthcare client is looking for a Manager of Claims to join their fast-paced team on a direct hire basis. Summary: Leads, motivates and manages large, first dollar claims processing and adjudication department. Assures accurate and timely processing of claims, within company guidelines, for all Medicare Advantage products. Duties and Responsibilities: Oversee development, […]
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Highmark Medicare Services: Careers in Computer Animation
Different approaches are being taught to students who prefer to enroll the course in a prestigious animation school. The school provides high tech tools and latest learning in computer animation. You will be able to widely apply and practice your skills in large and complete laboratory. Computer animation courses include all that you need in the field to get ahead. You may study programs in software, hardware and technologies in creating realistic animation. Learn to develop your skills in creating backgrounds and lighting effects and story lines, textures and characters. Layering techniques, visual effects and articulation of characters is being taught in animation training. After acquiring enough knowledge in animation course, start setting your work plan. You should enhance your skills in computer animation if you want to excel in the field, and now is the time to prove others and to yourself that you will be a great animator.
The Importance of Physician Advisor Services
The review’s objective was to determine whether the University billed same-day readmissions in accordance with Federal requirements. The following were conducted in conjunction with the review: (1) reviewed applicable Federal laws, regulations, and guidance; (2) extracted the University’s inpatient paid claims data from CMS’s National Claims history file; (3) identified 47 inpatient same-day readmissions; (4) selected 27 readmissions for which the patient was discharged to another provider and subsequently readmitted; (5) reviewed the admission and readmission records, itemized bills and readmission advices; (6) discussed the incorrectly billed readmissions with the University to determine the underlying causes of non-compliance with Medicare requirements; and (7) calculated the correct payments for those readmissions requiring adjustments.
Work after Retirement Has Health Benefits: Find a Job after 65 and Stay Healthier, Study Finds
Working with the seniors I have found many that have full capacity and with this and they are willing they would be an asset to any company. With a longer attention span and the many years of using their thinking powers and basically just sage knowledge I see them as a valuable and useful asset in the workplace. So many of he elders sit at home never using their mental capacity which over the years has been trained in many different areas of the knowledge they have learned over time. Any business should consider the experience they can bring to the work setting.
Baby Boomer Retirement: Important Medicare Tips for Boomers
1. Enroll in Medicare as soon as possible. You can contact your local Social Security office for an appointment, and sign up while you are there. You may especially want to handle your application this way if you are also applying for your Social Security benefits at the same time. However, another choice is to apply for your Medicare benefits online in about 10 minutes by using the government website at www.socialsecurity.gov/medicareonly. You can complete the application once you are 64 years and 8 months old. You do NOT want to wait until after your 65th birthday. 2. If you are still working when you turn 65, and you are covered by a medical insurance plan through your employer, you still need to file for Medicare Parts A and B, even if you will not be using those benefits for a few years. Again, you need to do this before your 65th birthday, so you can save money on premiums when you do begin to rely on Medicare. 3. Medicare is divided into four parts: Original Parts A and B, which help cover hospital and doctor bills; Part C, which is an extra Medicare Advantage program you purchase to cover some of the expenses not covered by A and B; and Part D, which is drug coverage. When you choose a Medicare Advantage plan, or Part C, most of the plans also include Parts A, B and D so that everything is together in one convenient plan. 4. There are many different Medicare Advantage plans, and most of them will offer informational meetings in your community. However, one of my friends simply called her current doctors and asked them which Advantage programs they liked the best. She found there was one particular plan that kept being mentioned, so that is the Advantage program she chose. You should also know that there are different prices and benefits available for the various plans, too, so shop around. 5. If you believe that you cannot afford your Medicare premiums, ask for help from your local Social Security office. Low income retirees can qualify for help. You are reading from the blog http://baby-boomer-retirement.blogspot.com/ Photo courtesy of http://www.morguefile.com/
Gov. Scott: Florida will not implement insurance exchanges or expand Medicare
Gov. Rick Scott tells Fox News that he and his Attorney General, Pam Bondi, will work tirelessly to make sure the law is repealed. He feels that can be done by electing officials, like Mitt Romney, who have vowed to fight the law before 2014, when most of its provisions kick in.
EXPERIENCED MEDICARE BILLER
EXPERIENCED MEDICARE BILLER – HOME HEALTH CARE Fast growing Medicare certified Home Health Agency in Northern Virginia that provides a range of services, including skilled nursing care, therapy services, post-acute medical and rehabilitation care, home health care and rehabilitation therapy has immediate opening for an experienced Medicare billing Specialist. The Medical Biller is responsible for processing Medical billing. Must have comprehensive understanding of the Medicare program, including coverage and entitlement criteria, billing rules, beneficiary rights and provider responsibilities. Skills / Requirements • Minimum of three (3) years experience in billing for a skilled home health agency or facility. • Previous exposure to automated tasking system preferred. Ability to manage, analyze and reconcile billing and payment detail, including ICD-9 Coding. • Ability to work well in a team-oriented, cooperative environment. Professional demeanor and ability to provide excellent customer service. • Computer skills including working knowledge of Excel and Word. • Knowledge of daily processes for managing home health accounts receivable. • Knowledge of Allscript system and of all county, state, federal or third party rules and regulations relating to home health accounts receivable such as Medicare, Medicaid and Managed Care preferred. Turn your skills into the rewards of helping people and get: • competitive salary • convenient location • ongoing training and support • great team-focused work environment • benefits • work/life balance • the pride of working for a leader CLICK HERE TO APPLY or e-mail resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org or fax to 703-549-3178