Cedars-Sinai Registered Nurse - Denials Management Program Coordinator in Los Angeles, California
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As a Denials Management Program Coordinator, you will be
responsible for overall management and communication of clinically based
appeals between Cedars-Sinai and outside payers. You will also act as a liaison
and point of contact to/for division and other internal representatives for
denial and appeal inquiries. In addition, you will actively manage, maintain
and communicate to the Manager regarding trends, and recommended corrective
Supports Manager in theresponse process for the organization on all government audits.
Writes reviews and ensuresresponses are complete and delivered in a timely manner. These includeresponses to all applicable entities.
Reviews non-governmentdenials and determines appropriateness of denial based upon applicableguidelines, professional judgment, and/or community standards and respondsas per department policy.
Identification andfacilitation of educational opportunities with other departments,providers, and payers to decrease denials and improve quality of serviceto patients.
Conduct informal andformal education programs within the organization.
Works in collaborationwith internal contacts and health plans to develop corrective action plansto address identified trends in reasons for denials.
Utilizes electronicdatabase to track reasons for denial, result of denial review as itrelates to ability to appeal, date of appeal actions, outcome of appeal ifappropriate.
Performs case managementreview of issues related to compliance with government payer coverageissues as well as commercial denials.
Provides oversight of thepatient classification programs, including but not limited to thepre-procedure review program and applicable vendors, and engagement.
Graduate of an accredited nursing program required
Current, unrestricted California RN License required
BLS from the American Heart Association required
Case Management certification (CCM or ACM) required or willing to obtain within one year from start date
A minimum of 1 year of acute care nursing experience required
Experience in ER, Telemetry, ICU or Cath Lab preferred
6 months of case management experience preferred
Minimum required computer competency comprised of a working knowledge of Windows or comparable system (specifically including keyboarding and mouse skills), as well as word processing, spreadsheets, presentation development, e-mail, browsers, and online reporting
Keywords: Case Manager, Case Management, Utilization Review, Appeals, Denials, Insurance, Healthcare, Medical, Hospital, Los Angeles, CA, California
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