As an Associate Consultant, you will become an expert in the complex reimbursement methodology between hospital systems and insurance companies. Associates are assigned to projects based on past experience as well as professional interests, and work closely with Senior Associates on the revenue recovery process from start to finish. As an Associate, you will learn the foundations of Boost’s coordinated and targeted approach to recovering revenue and improving overall revenue cycle performance. You will also have the opportunity to attend quarterly client meetings and present high-impact findings to hospital CFOs and leadership teams.
Review contractual agreements between hospitals and insurance companies to ensure revenue cycle integrity of medical facilities
Perform analysis on large data sets and identify underpayment and denial trends
Coordinate calls, emails and written appeals with both government and commercial payers to recover underpayments
Conduct research on current laws and regulations pertaining to hospital reimbursement methodology
Regularly produce summaries of findings for management and clients
Preferred GPA 3.0 or above
Analytical Skills and Financial Acumen
Creative Problem Solving Skills
Effective Interpersonal and Communication Skills
Demonstrated Leadership Positions
Team-Oriented and Flexible
General Interest in Healthcare
Location: Alameda (Harbor Bay Business Park)
Boost is a consulting firm focused on helping healthcare providers identify and recover revenue. Our team works with clients to improve overall revenue by recovering denied and underpaid claims from both commercial and government payers. Our retrospective claims review is contingency based with no upfront costs to our clients and utilizes our proprietary system, staff and resources to recover revenue. Our approach leverages both technology and people, and our findings go straight to our clients’ bottom line. Boost provides our clients with claims data showing payer performance and root cause analysis of denial and underpayment issues to use as leverage when negotiating with payers and assessing their overall business performance.
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