FINANCE PATIENT SERVICES COORDINATOR, School of Dental Medicine, Clinical Affairs
Location: BOSTON, Massachusetts
Internal Number: 22500097730810
Responsible for performing daily reconciliation of total cash, checks, and credit card payments received by individual departments to insure that they are posted to the appropriate patients' accounts in the clinical information system. This reconciliation is the primary control over payments received at GSDM. Once reconciled, prepare deposit slips and ensure deposits are made in a timely manner. Prepare cash credit voucher to record deposits in the University's general ledger. On at least a weekly basis post remit payments on patient account in the clinical information system and process any non-deposit payments from sources other than patients and insurances, including: collection agencies, government grants, payroll deductions. Investigate and resolve all returned payments (checks which have 'bounced') as well as credit card chargeback requests from the BU Cashier's office. Additionally, assist Senior Manager with resolving unallocated credits within the clinical management system (i.e. reviewing the transactions on the patients' accounts to ensure they are allocated to the correct billing invoice or other debit transactions), which improves the overall accuracy of reporting of the A/R.
Bachelor's Degree required
A minimum of one to three years of related working experience is required.
Understanding basic accounting principles is required
Proven experience working with MS Excel capturing data and generating reports is required.
Must be able to demonstrate critical thinking to solve issues and provide recommended solution for resolution.
Need to be a self-starter with the ability to be proactive and work independently.
Must be able to demonstrate proven customer service skills.
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