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Attorney Jobs in Montana: Medicare Appeals Specialist I position at KCI / LifeCell in Dillon
For detail informations about this position opportunity please read the description below. Position Summary: The Appeals Specialist I is responsible for 1) patient primary insurance claims denied reimbursement by a DMERC will be evaluated and processed in a timely manner in accordance with State and Federal laws, 2) patient primary insurance claims denied reimbursement by Medicare may be processed through the Review, Fair Hearing, and the Administrative Law Judge, and 3) reviewing all Medicare denials and initiates the next appeal step for Fair Hearing or ALJ Hearing process with the appropriate DMERC consistent with the requirements specified by Medicare Appeal Process outlined in the DMERC Provider Manual. Major Responsibilities and Duties: Respond to email in a timely manner as needed. Listen and respond to voicemail in a timely manner as needed Provide supervisor with work progress reports on a daily, weekly, monthly basis or as required Investigate and analyze patient charts by reading documents and negotiating computer-based research. To develop, for each Medicare Insurance claim denial, a reasonable patient product use detail and history; to develop and substantiate the product use evidence, and present the patient’s case to Medicare in the manner required. Write a medically concise and issue focused Review, Fair Hearing, or Administrative Law Judge letter as required. Pull denied and/or partially paid patient charts in appropriate numbers in order to maintain timely completion of the Review Department filing limit caseload. Review patient chart for complete documentation needed for reconsideration of denial and/or partial denial of payment. (I.e. Number of wounds, new wound(s), re-start patient, wound improvement, billing cycle number of denied or partially denied claim.) If documentation is missing from the patients chart, print documents from Alchemy and/or FileNet Generate a Medical Manager /M8 report and a written chronological diary of the patients VAC rentals and supplies to substantiate reason for Medicare payment reconsideration. Consistently meet and maintain production level as established by management For adjust offs, using Medical Manager, for each date of service and product code, leave a note in office notes collections, complete a Request for Adjustment, form, attach a copy of the Remittance Advice and forward to your supervisor, and add to spreadsheet. Understand and implement different tactics for a review, fair hearing and administrative law judge letter. Answer all incoming inquires regarding Review or Fair Hearing cases as appropriate. Understand their role and impact they have in the departmental team; including exhibiting positive attitudes, willingness to help wherever asked, staying focused and on task to the matter at hand, and being part of the success of your team Performs other duties as assigned. Basic Qualifications: High School diploma or equivalent. Experience with general office applications. 6 months previous office experience Experience with MS Office applications including: Word, Excel, and Outlook Other Qualifications : Ability to learn quickly, good level of oral and written communication skills, excellent organizational skills, filing and keyboarding skills. Ability to follow work instructions, work independently or as part of a team, and complete all projects and tasks in required timeframes. Ability to meet all performance and attendance requirement. Ability to work in a team environment as well as independently Preferred Qualifications : Experience with File Net. Information listed above is not a comprehensive list of all duties/responsibilities performed. This job description is not an employment agreement or contract. Management has the exclusive right to alter this job description at any time without notice. – . If you were eligible to this position, please give us your resume, with salary requirements and a resume to KCI / LifeCell.
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It’s human nature for a person to constantly feel secured. If they feel safe, if they feel like they don’t have to worry, then they can enjoy themselves. They can be themselves. This idea can apply to many contexts. If parents are dropping their kids off at a well-maintained and secured daycare, they know they’re in good hands. Family members double check their supplies to be sure they’re completely prepared for the camping trip. The very same idea goes for seniors and healthcare insurance. Elderly people and their families want to be certain that they are receiving top quality healthcare insurance. They also want to have options that meet their requirements.
Medicare Part D Disclosure to CMS Due Soon
STERLING HEIGHTS wnj.com Medicare Part D Disclosure to CMS Due Soon 2/8/2011 Norbert F. Kugele Have you made your 2011 Medicare Part D Disclosure to the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) yet? If not, we at Warner want to remind you that employers who sponsor group health plans that cover any prescription drugs must disclose whether the plan provides creditable or noncreditable prescription drug coverage to CMS within 60 days of the start of a new plan year. If your plan year begins on January 1, you must file your disclosure with CMS by March 1. Filing is done electronically using the CMS Web site. Instructions also are available there. This filing requirement applies to health plans that cover anyone who is eligible for the Medicare Part D prescription drug program, whether as an active employee, spouse, dependent or retiree. There are limited exemptions for plans that contract with a Medicare Part D plan or directly with Medicare to become a Part D plan. No disclosures are required for health flexible spending accounts (FSAs) or health savings accounts (HSAs); but disclosures are required for Health Reimbursement Arrangements (HRAs), either on a stand-alone basis or, more likely, in connection with a high deductible health plan if the HRA reimburses prescription drug expenses. Note that this disclosure is in addition to the Notice of Creditable (or Noncreditable) Coverage that you provide annually to Medicare-eligible participants. Remember also that if, after filing this disclosure, you terminate prescription drug coverage or change from creditable to noncreditable coverage (or vice versa), you must file a new electronic disclosure within 30 days (and also provide an updated notice to participants in your plan). If you have any questions about the creditable coverage disclosure to CMS, or about Medicare Part D generally, please contact Norbert F. Kugele (616.752.2186 or firstname.lastname@example.org) or any other member of the Employee Benefits Practice Group at Warner Norcross & Judd.
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Whereas you can compare stand-alone plans to each other, you must compare the entire Advantage plan package to other Advantage plans. This complicates things a little. For instance, a plan with great drug benefits may be less than desirable for its medical benefits or provider network.
Insurance Insider News March 21 – Employers Don’t Plan to Reduce Benefits
But, when it comes to employers and employers, there is a disconnect about what benefits are valuable. While 66% of the employees say that offering health benefits is an important way to drive their loyalty, only 57% of employers believed so. The divide widens when it comes to retirement and non-medical benefits. For instance, 59% of employees said retirement benefits are very important in influencing loyalty toward their employer, but only 42% of employers realized this. Fifty-one percent of employees said the same for non-medical benefits like dental, disability, and life insurance, while only 32% of employers thought so. Sixty-two percent of employers agree that employee-paid benefits will become a more important strategy in the next five years. The survey also revealed that, compared to Baby Boomers, younger workers are more concerned about having a secure retirement.