The Rapid Recovery Center (RRC) model is built to provide effective and efficient care in the ideal healing environment, and the business office manager is a vital part of that innovative model.
As the business office manager, you’ll be responsible for supporting and leading all business-related functions at your facility, including billing, payroll, accounts payable, monthly reporting and purchasing. Many of the patients will be using Medicare, so you’ll have to work with Medicare, insurance, private pay, and collections.
Every single member of the RRC team works together to help people recover from major medical events and get back to their lives. As the business office manager, you play a key role in making sure that this happens, and can be proud of what you do.
- Responsible for the billing and collection of private pay, insurance and Medicare accounts
- Complete month-end closing and review monthly financial statements
- Provide support to leadership team on capital projects
- Maintain specific processes for the collection and maintenance of patient data, which includes patient statement accuracy, confirming billing accuracy and patient demographic information
- Coordinate with Medicare agencies and clinical staff to ensure billing is submitted accurately
- Assist the Administrator with managing RRC operations by utilizing independent judgment and discretion to review and advise on billing issues, expenditures and budgetary matters for the facility
- Manage and direct all accounts receivable, to include pursuit and follow-up of unpaid balances
- Ensure correct coding of accounts payable and accrue expenses as needed
- Process accounts payable
- Responsible for accrual preparation and analysis of general ledger and monthly operating statements
- Serve as RRC "manager-on-duty" on a regular basis
- Manage on-site employee data related to, among other things, demographics, payroll, employee benefits and employee leave administration
- Ensure employee files are maintained in accordance with policies and procedures as well as federal, state, and local regulations
- Manage supply/inventory management and purchasing