Ambulance Billing Specialist

Ambulance Billing Specialist

Coordinate patient billing using specific criteria and properly applies Medicare, Medicaid, Commercial compliance and contract regulations while performing electronic billing functions. Pursue required information to submit clean-claims to insurances, perform corrected billings for all bill classes and work electronic denials from the clearing house for a quick turnaround billing same day re-bill. Excellent problem solving, communication and customer services skills required. Ability to accept change on a daily basis is essential.

  • Responsible for electronic submission of claims to include initial claim, re-bill, corrected claim and necessary follow up.
  • Keep abreast of all data requirements including, but not limited to:
    • Billing policies and procedures
    • Regulatory compliance and billing guidelines, rules and regulations
    • Contract regulations for commercial payers
  • Work in Direct Data Entry on Medicare claims erroring for various reasons
  • Meet productivity requirements while maintaining compliance
  • Medical Billing/Coding experience in a medical billing position working in denials management and electronic claims processing
  • High School diploma or equivalent work experience in a medical billing system
  • Knowledge of basic medical terminology. Solid understanding of CPT4, HCPC and ICD10 codes
  • Experience in an office setting and using office equipment such as fax and copier
  • Proficiently type 35 wpm and proficient with 10 key, with high level of accuracy
  • Experience with computer program applications to include Microsoft Office products: Word, Excel and Outlook
  • Previous customer service experience preferred

Team Perspectives

Read this Brewster Insights article featuring Deb Gilbody, Boston billing, to learn more about an actual Brewster Ambulance Service team member in this department.