Payment Policy Analyst
The Payment Policy Analyst will work with our subject matter experts and team members In Medicare/Medicaid reimbursement methodologies, laws and regulations under the mentorship and guidance of a Senior Policy Analyst/Policy Lead. They must be organized and possess good communication and writing skills. Attention to detail is a must. They must meet assigned deliverables prior to the end of sprint cycles. This person is also a true team player who is flexible to lend a hand on other projects as needed. This role presents an excellent opportunity to learn the basis of healthcare payment methodologies.
• Read and analyze Medicare data and policy including final rulings, daily transmittals, bulletins, policy manual updates, physician fee schedule (data file).
• Contact various government entities to clarify new and existing policy.
• Interpret and deliver business requirements covering reimbursement updates and payment policy changes and enhancement features for translation into software design specifications.
• Create detailed excel formula to explain and prove complex payment methodologies.
• Coordinate with developers, QA, data, client service and other team members to ensure that business requirements are implemented accurately and timely.
• Develop test claims for Developers, UAT and QA.
• Develop and maintain proficiency in the Company’s products (software, data) and services, including commercial contracting features as related to the specific area(s) assigned.
• Become familiar in assigned Provider Payment Systems like APC, DRG, RBRVS.
Qualifications & Skills
• Bachelor’s degree in a healthcare or comparable field.
• 1-3 years professional experience in healthcare, and familiarity with health care reimbursement systems and methodologies
• Prior Experience or degree in a healthcare related field.
• Ability to effectively communicate and collaborate with diverse internal and external stakeholder groups and individuals.
• Able to collect, research, and understand diverse information, and translate it into clear and concise written requirements.
• Able to plan, prioritize, and balance the need for direction with self-motivated efforts.
• Strong interpersonal skills
• Experience in an agile systems development life cycle (SDLC) environment.
• Facility in using MS Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Visio, Access) software applications
• Facility in using various Web-based and other research sources and tools
Headquartered in Alexandria, VA, Burgess (burgessgroup.com) is a team of engineers, designers, policy analysts, data scientists, and business leaders who believe thoughtful technology can transform the ﬂow of resources in the American healthcare system. We’re a small team solving a big problem in a system that affects millions of people every day. At Burgess, you’ll join forces with some of the brightest minds in technology, healthcare, and finance, directly influencing our day-to-day decisions and ultimately, the impact we have in the world. Your Contributions Truly Matter. We’re a growing company, so you’ll be given plenty of creative freedom and the opportunity to thrive—everything you do will count. We look forward to hearing from you.
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Job posted: 2020-10-27