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Physician Practice Biller

Join a Growing TEAM! Savannah Vascular Institute, a large Vascular surgery physician practice, is seeking a full time Physician Practice Biller. Responsibilities include working accounts receivable, follow up on surgical claims, working denials, working with insurance carriers to resolve unpaid claims, maintaining accurate and detailed records, and analysis of outstanding account balances to facilitate their reconciliation. Candidates should have at least 3 years previous billing experience to include CPT & amp; ICD-10 coding and have strong written and verbal communication skills. Vascular surgery clinical knowledge and medical terminology experience preferred.

Enjoy competitive salary and benefits, including health insurance, dental insurance, life insurance, 401K plan with company match and paid vacation. EOE

Qualified candidates please send resume to Beth Gregory at Bgregory@savannahvascular.com

Surgical Scheduling Representative

Join a Growing TEAM! Savannah Vascular Institute, a large vascular surgery physician group practice, is seeking a Surgical Scheduling Representative with strong customer service skills. Responsibilities include the overall coordination and scheduling of patient’s surgeries/procedures, obtaining precertifications and authorizations, verifying patient’s insurance deductibles/ co-insurance and charge capture. Candidates should have related experience in surgical coordinating, obtaining insurance precertifications, and CPT & ICD-10 coding. Clinical knowledge and medical terminology experience preferred.

Enjoy competitive salary and benefits, including health insurance, dental insurance, life insurance, 401K plan with company match and paid vacation. EOE

Qualified candidates please send resume to Kim McDuffee at kmcduffee@savannahvascular.com

 

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