Clinical Collection Representative

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A decision to join the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation is a decision to join a team of talented and committed employees who have promised patients the best opportunity for lifelong recovery. Dignity and respect is a requirement for our patients as well as employees. It is vital that Hazelden Betty Ford employees are successful and have opportunities to learn and grow. Hazelden Betty Ford offers a comprehensive, competitive benefit package that helps employees meet today's complex healthcare, insurance and personal needs.
/Diverse individuals encouraged to apply./
/Equal Opportunity Employer: Minorities, Women, Veterans, Disabilities/
The Clinical Collection Representative is responsible for timely and effective collection of all discharged patient receivables relying heavily upon extensive interpersonal communication skills and decision making to maintain good customer relations while keeping in mind Hazelden Betty Ford's financial interest. Contact insurance companies and resolve issues causing delay in the processing of the claim.
Vocational or technical training required; requires a minimum of 2 years credit and collections experience in medical collection; knowledge of accounting and ability to originate correspondence required; must have the ability to comprehend and utilize effective collection process; must have knowledge and ability to operate a personal computer; good interpersonal and telephone communication skills a must; knowledge of the Twelve Step program desired.

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