(Part-time) Medical Billing & Collections Specialist

We hold ourselves to exceptionally high standards in order to provide unparalleled service to healthcare professionals, their staff and patients. We strive to end each workday knowing that we’ve made someone’s life better.

Our team is comprised of courageous and caring healthcare warriors. We’re here to solve the impossible problems, such as reducing medical errors, saving patient lives, and empowering physicians to stay financially independent. We care deeply about making a big impact and we are relentless.

Inspired to grow the company and our careers, we remain committed to daily discipline, self improvement, and a ceaseless search for solutions.

We equally value our work and our life apart from work. We’re compelled to work with urgency, decisiveness, and efficiency in everything we do. This affords us freedom and time for things that matter most.

Leaders at pMD are developed through our mentorship program. Investing in the success of each individual strengthens our team and builds loyalty. We believe in leading by example. Everything one does ripples outward. Therefore, we need each individual at pMD to embody our leadership principles to thrive as an enduring great company.

(Part-time) Medical Billing & Collections Specialist

The (Part-time) Medical Billing & Collections Specialist role at pMD helps our team and our customers reach our business goals through the reconciliation of outstanding accounts. This role primarily focuses on aggressively pursuing payment on accounts receivables from insurance carriers and effectively appealing denials to exceed industry standard benchmarks.
Responsibilities include:
collect on delinquent accounts and aggressively work the aging receivables for both patient and insurance balances
resubmit charges for reprocessing, i.e. provide supporting documentation for medical necessity and/or take corrective action for resubmission
appeal outstanding denials issued by the insurance carrier
retrieve explanation of benefits from payer portals to reconcile deposits and post both payer and patient payments expeditiously
proactively communicate denial trends identified to manager for prevention
ability to manage time effectively
Requirements include:
post-secondary certificate in Medical Billing and Coding
2 – 4 years of medical billing experience with an emphasis on managing accounts receivable
ability to work at least 25 hours per week during ET business hours for a 6 month period with the option to extend
availability to start immediately
must be familiar with CPT/ICD-10 and the latest coding guidelines
EMR experience
reside in the U.S.
Hourly rate: $27.54 / hour