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Medical Billing Specialist

Location: Louisa, KY


Type: Full Time

Min. Experience: Experienced

About Addiction Recovery Care

At Addiction Recovery Care we incorporate the best practices of clinical drug addiction treatment. We provide addiction recovery that works with a commitment to provide hope and freedom to those suffering from addictions. Our passion is to restore productive lives through a recovery program that establishes emotional health, physical wellness, and spiritual growth. Our dedication is to see transformed lives anchored in strong family relationships, meaningful careers, and social responsibility.


  • This position is responsible for providing Commercial and Medicaid Accounts Receivable insurance Billing/Follow-Up/Collections.  
  • Payment and Reimbursement methodology used, denial management and /or Refund processing.  Working collector queue daily and work the correspondence and return mail daily.
  • Billing person will ensure all appeals and bills are filed timely.  
  • Review UB04’s and all CMS 1500’s for possible errors prior to submission to ensure accurate claims to be submitted.  
  • Provides continuous updates and information to Admins at the facility levels regarding ongoing errors, payer related issues, registration issues and other controllable activities affecting payments.  
  • The position will be assigned to work one or more accounts, receivables to include performing basic computer system maintenance and any other duties as assigned.  

This job requires a strong ability to work as a productive member of a team.



High School Diploma or equivalent required.   Advanced education or college education in medical billing or accounting preferred (not required).


Prior Experience:

  • Previous experience working in accounts receivable/billing and collecting in a healthcare setting and experience with insurance billing is preferred.  
  • Reviewing of remittances (EOB’s), UB04’s and CMS 1500’s.

Job Duties:

  • Accurately and timely billing and rebilling of institutional and professional claims.
  • Contacting third-party payers in a timely manner to determine claim status for institutional and professional claims.
  • Performs patient account data entry maintenance.
  • Ensures accurate capturing and posting of financial activity and maintains accounts receivable at amounts appropriate for payer and acuity mix.
  • Actively works with the Utilization Review Department to ensure pre-certifications, certifications and appeals are completed accurately and in a timely manner.
  • Reviews and works remittance advices in a timely manner.
  • Reviews and works credit balance to maintain accurate account receivable balances.
  • Works reports distributed by CBO Supervisor in a timely manner.
  • Maintain excellent customer service
  • Proactively reports issues or concerns effecting the collections for the facilities to the CBO Supervisor and/or Director of Revenue Cycle.

We offer competitive pay and benefits.

We are a fast-growing organization with many new opportunities. Amazing things are happening here!!!

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