New - Director of Revenue Cycle - Maine
Salary range: $110-120k annually, 10k sign on.
We are recruiting for a Director of Revenue Cycle to join a respected independent hospital in a charming coastal community in beautiful Downeast Maine.
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We are finding with all of our new implementations this year in our accounting department and changing our EMR to Cerner that we need someone to manager our Revenue Cycle and are looking for a Director level candidate to fill this position.
The Director of Revenue Cycle Management is responsible for overseeing and coordinating all revenue cycle activities with a goal of maximizing reimbursement in a cost-effective manner that is in compliance with federal, state and payer-specific billing requirements. The Director will oversee the overall policies, objectives, and initiatives of our healthcare facilities' revenue cycle activities to optimize the patient financial interaction along the care continuum.
Come to a community that attracts healthcare professionals for the lifestyle and quality of work and patient care you can provide. Smaller hospital with state-of-the art technology that serves 30,000 residents. This organization is deeply committed to quality, patient safety and satisfaction, supported by an excellent leadership team.
Enjoy secure hospital employment and earn a competitive salary with benefits including paid relocation assistance, health, dental and vision insurance, paid liability insurance, paid vacation time plus paid sick days and several paid holidays, a retirement plan with employer matching, and more.
The city is on Maine's scenic coast 90 minutes east of Bangor, and an hour from Maine's border with Canada. This quaint, family-oriented New England town presents a real opportunity for those interested in "the traditional Maine way of life." With excellent private, parochial and public schools, the city is wonderful for families, or for empty nesters. They host a branch of the University of Maine, offering a variety of degree programs plus theater, dance, and more.
Settle in an area known for breathtaking vistas, fascinating wildlife, and recreational galore in all seasons. Quiet harbors are dotted with working boats and pleasure craft. Local beaches feature powdery sand - and one beach is composed entirely of smooth, colorful stones that clatter musically in the surf. Browse enchanting antique shops and art galleries, and visit local restaurants serving pizza, the freshest seafood and much more.
This is one of the safest small towns in New England. Housing options include ocean-view homes and lakefront properties, historic farms with abundant acreage, and all manner of in-town homes. If you dream of country living, you can find it here.
Nearby Bangor is home to an international airport, shopping malls and theaters, museums, a casino/hotel, riverfront music and art festivals, and more. The city is 65 miles from Acadia National Park (with 50,000 acres of parkland, "Golf Digest" level golf courses, and a hundred miles of trails for hiking and biking) and 200 miles from Portland.