Posted: 13 July 2017 — Location: Atlanta, GA — Compensation / Benefits: $ 60 to $ 90 k (permanent) + Excellent Benefits, Relocation Assistance
CLINICAL DENIAL SPECIALIST needed for HOSPITAL in GEORGIAOur large, not-for-profit hospital in Georgia is seeking an RN Clinical Denial Specialist to process, track and appeal clinical denials, implement Utilization Management data collection methodologies, and analyze data to identify trends. This opportunity requires a Registered Nurse with at least 3 years of Acute Care Utilization Management experience, and excellent knowledge of coding, billing, audits, reimbursement, etc.SALARY and RELOCATION: $60,000 to $90,000, depending on experience. Full benefits and relocation assistance are offered.POSITION REQUIREMENTS:1. Must be an RN with 3+ years acute care Utilization Management experience2. Knowledge of coding, billing, audit and reimbursement3. Must have experience presenting data to Medical Staff UPLOAD YOUR RESUME for REVIEW or CONTACT BEVERLY SLOMKA:For more information about this opportunity, Beverly can be reached at (718) 837-5413. If you would like to apply for this role, you may EMAIL your resume to Bev@staffpointe.com, or apply through the link below. Resumes ma also be FAXED to (877) 878-1970. When contacting us, please reference job# BVX1447.ABOUT US:StaffPointe is a premier provider of staffing services. From small, rural free standing Clinics to large, multi-site Hospital systems, our firm has served both clients and medical professionals throughout the U.S. since 2001. Our staff is highly trained in multiple verticals, and serves nearly every segment within the healthcare industry.ABOUT BEVERLY:Beverly Slomka has a highly diverse background including over 20 years of experience as a VP and Business Manager for Merrill Lynch, as well as significant experience in Healthcare Administration and Patient Advocacy. She has worked in an executive search capacity for over 15 years, and is highly respected throughout the industry for her Finance and Healthcare expertise.