Job Summary/Purpose: The Vice President of Revenue Cycle is responsible and accountable for the strategic planning, leadership, on-going continuous quality improvement, and financial strength stemming from revenue cycle operations across the entire spectrum of the system. The Revenue Cycle is a critical component of the overall financial performance of a continuously growing enterprise and it is essential that it operates with efficiency, effectiveness, and a track record of sustained positive patient experience and employee engagement. Maintaining an ongoing collaborative and cohesive effort to integrate front-to-back revenue cycle operations across the enterprise is an integral part of the overall vision and mission of the health system. It is essential that this role perform with the highest level of professionalism. Provides leadership for the System Director of Revenue Cycle and other key members of the revenue cycle leadership team to assure key metrics and objectives are met. Oversight and direction of the corporate revenue cycle including patient access, third party payer relations, rate setting, revenue integrity, coding, clinical documentation HIM, Utilization Review and corporate net revenue projections
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Minimum Training and Education: Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration; Health, Policy and Administration or equivalent required. Master's degree preferred and a certification through HFMA, AAHAM, MGMA is highly desirable. Must have ten years or more of demonstrated success with progressive growth in responsibilities and breadth and depth of experience. The candidate will demonstrate an extensive knowledge of professional and technical revenue cycle operations and be well versed in regulatory requirements. He/she will have served in a vital leadership position in complex health system, with community and rural settings that includes overseeing the full range of revenue cycle operations in multiple hospitals, medical groups, and other various medical settings. Experience and knowledge of clinical operations is essential to understand how to best manage revenue cycle processes often initiated by clinical operations across the enterprise.