Supervises exempt and non-exempt staff throughout the California Financial Division in the day-to-day activities of the receivable process within the Central Business Office & Finance department. Manages the timely and accurate posting of payments to accounts receivable. Monitors staff productivity. Oversees the manual billing activity. Monitors and controls revenue and cash documents (CARG, CPR, and Transmittals). Recommends appropriate revenue accruals.
Supervises daily/monthly revenue and cash activities (postings of approximately $90M per month) to ensure that all payments are posted and that revenues are recorded accurately and timely and providing accurate financial reporting and member satisfaction.
This also enables management to monitor collection efforts and results.
Oversees the timely and accurate posting of payments to accounts receivable.
Drives and monitors high performance standards and service guarantees.
Maintains a skilled, competent and motivated work force.
Assists in planning and coordinating daily/monthly cash activities.
Reviews and evaluates EOB activity so each payment received will be posted against the appropriate charge for a particular date of service.
Ensures that processes exist to support our collection effort (i.e.: a collector can evaluate which charges have not been paid and which charges are routinely not paid by a particular insurance company).
Ensures the timely and accurate reporting of cash transactions (CARG, Brinks) to ensure identification of fraud/or potential fraud activity as soon as possible. Findings are communicated to Internal Audit, Department Administrators and support in local investigations.
Oversees manual billing activities for Pharmacy, ESRD dialysis and all non-CARG locations.
Monitors daily CARG/Reg /ACRS records at month-end reconciliation of sub-ledger activity to G/L to ensure that data is being reported accurately.
Monitors and records documents sent via interoffice mail, such as non-CARG transactions (CPR, Optical) to ensure that data is received and recorded in FIS accurately and timely.
Provides assistance and internal/external audit activities to Auditors and Department Manager as required, approximately 4-5 times per year.
Other duties as assigned by the PBS controller, Collections Manager, RABS Manager, PBS Accounting Manager, etc. by special request or for a special project.
This is a repost of 681058
Minimum five (5) years of banking or accounting experience is required.
Minimum three (3) years of supervisory experience is required; or minimum two (2) years of supervisory experience with qualifying Bachelor's degree.
Minimum three (3) years of experience in revenue and receivable accounting required.
Bachelor's degree in business management, finance, accounting, or related field; OR four (4) years of directly related experience.
High School Diploma or General Education Development (GED) required.
License, Certification, Registration
Proficient use of Lotus/Excel spreadsheet software and Microsoft word processing is required.
Must be able to work in a Labor/Management Partnership environment.
Management in a union environment is preferred.
Minimum one (1) year collection background is preferred.