Long Beach Medical Billing Specialist Jobs

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  • Billing Specialist IITraffic Management, Inc.(Long Beach, California)

    Job Summary Responsible for customer invoicing. Takes the initiative to review each customer account, past due status, and to investigate and resolve invoicing and payment issues. Essential Duties Billing · Receive, review, and process timesheets for billing · File timesheets & service receipts by region and date daily · Create / Replace timesheets (as needed) on a correctional basis · Submit, pro...
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    Posted Tue 4th August

  • A/R Quality Assurance Specialist - Anaheim, CAConifer Health Solution(Anaheim/Huntington Beach, California)

    Description : As a part of the Tenet and Catholic Health Initiatives family, Conifer Health Solutions is a leading healthcare business process management services provider working to improve operational performance for more than 600 clients so they can support financial improvement, enhance the patient experience, and drive value-based performance. Through our revenue cycle management , patient co...
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    Posted Tue 25th August

  • Network Director, Advanced Nursing PracticeMagee Resource Group(Phoenix, Arizona)

    Magee Resource Group has been exclusively retained by HonorHealth to recruit a Network Director of Advanced Nursing Practice. Magee Resource Group is an experienced Healthcare Executive Search firm that offers creative solutions to healthcare organizations through our vast network & specialized experience. Position Network Director, Advanced Nursing Practice organization HonorHealth Location Scott...
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    Posted Wed 12th August

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Job titles included in the medical industry include technicians, coders, interpreters, lab techs, scientists, secretaries, social workers, transcriptionists, nurses, chemists, equipment preparers, managers, doctors, dentists, and assistants. Employment in the medical industry is expected to fare very well - as staff change positions, localities, or move to other careers, many new positions become available. This coupled with advancing medical technology means new careers are always being added to the medical industry. Most entry-level positions do not require a college degree. Of those positions that do require education in the medical industry, they are the most educated people compared to most other industries.

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