On-call position. Works weekday evenings and weekends during the school year: 4:45 pm to 9:15 pm. Weekends vary. Provides supervision, guidance, and assistance to Fitness Center participants; ensures the general appearance of the facility and equipment are clean and in good working order, and performs documentation and record keeping as required. Cleans all equipment on an “as needed” basis and keeps the general appearance of the Fitness Center clean and neat. Knowledge and use of exercise equipment preferred. PFWC will provide on-the-job training.
On-call position. Works various days Monday through Friday; 2-3 evenings per week; four-hour shifts. Provides supervision, guidance, and assistance to the children of Fitness Center participants; keeps the children safe, clean, and comfortable, helps children to use restroom when needed, ensures the general appearance of the childcare facility and equipment, keeps toys clean, sanitized, and and in good working order, and performs documentation and record keeping as required. Knowledge and use of exercise equipment preferred. PFWC will provide on-the-job training.
Part-time position (28 hours per week). Various schedule Monday through Friday. Serves as program support analyst for the 340B government drug discount program covering Myrtue Medical Center outpatients and all contract community pharmacies in the surrounding areas. Also identifies and executes opportunities to improve and streamline efficiencies in all practices through the use of Myrtue Medical Center information systems and any related technology for the Financial and Revenue Cycle Management (RCM). Participates in multiple MMC departmental and interdepartmental activities and communicates with financial staff to evaluate software products, implement and train new systems, configure and tailor them to MMC needs, and develop procedures and reports that ensure financial data is collected, processed, analyzed, and effectively communicated across the organization. Ensures that the systems and system procedures are maintained and modified if needed to continually comply with organizational, professional, and regulatory standards. Should be knowledgeable of all 340B regulatory concerns as defined by the Office of Pharmacy Affairs. Acts as liaison for problem resolution for all contracted pharmacies. Must possess analytical skills, Excel, Microsoft Word, and data base management required. Recent experience with electronic health records and knowledge of hospital and clinical operations preferred. Problem-solving and excellent communication skills required. College degree in Business or Information Systems preferred but not required. Technology proficient with Excel and data base management.
Full-time position (exempt). Works Monday through Friday 8:00 am to 5:00 pm. Is responsible for and plans, organizes, coordinates, and directs the activities and personnel in the management of all departments in the revenue cycle. This position has supervisory and budgetary responsibilities and ensures regulatory compliance in all four departments. The Revenue Cycle Director implements and streamlines, customer friendly revenue cycle processes by coordinating the work with other departments of the hospital to achieve a complete and accurate medical record as well as financial records. Provides a framework for enabling maximum human development while channeling human energies to the accomplishment of quality healthcare. Provides leadership, coordination, and subject matter expertise across all components of strategic planning for the revenue cycle team, including policies and procedures for effective operation and consistent workflow. Negotiates, develops, and manages third party payor contracts; notifies Payor Enrollment to contract additions or changes. Oversees the development and enforcement of the Revenue Cycle group’s policies, procedures and daily operations to enhance revenue collections; release of information, confidentiality, information security, coding policies, documentation storage and retrieval, documentation deficiencies/chart completion, admissions/registration, billing, financial assistance, etc. Experience of at least five years in a healthcare Revenue Cycle environment required. Previous supervisory experience required. Basic computer skills, knowledge of CPT, CHPCS and ICD-9/ICD-10 procedures and diagnostic coding required. Bachelor’s or Associate’s degree in accounting, business management or related field required. Certificate in RHIT or RHIA preferred.