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A/R Coordinator SL


The Heritage Place is hiring a full time A/R coordinator! 

Great Benefit package and work enivornment! 

Provide support to the patient billing and accounts receivable functions under the direct supervision of the Accounts Receivable Manager.



  • Act as liaison between facility and the corporate billing office, promoting a steady flow of information and effective two-way communications.
  • Receive all cash payments, prepare cash receipts log, and prepare daily bank deposits for all facility bank accounts.
  • Review and mail resident billing statements in accordance with established deadlines. Reconcile statements to the census to ensure all statements were printed.
  • Provide initial point of contact for residents/families with regard to all billing questions or concerns. Refer inquiries to appropriate facility or corporate staff as necessary.
  • Serve as custodian of the resident trust petty cash fund, ensuring timely reconciliation and reimbursement. Also obtain and maintain appropriate documentation for all resident fund deposits and withdrawals.
  • Maintain census information in the accounts receivable billing system, including daily input of the following: admission information including all demographic data, discharges, room changes, pay type changes, level of care changes, personal and/or hospital leaves, etc.
  • Print and distribute resident face sheets to appropriate facility staff.
  • Reconcile the manual (excel) census to system generated census reports on the 1st working day of each month to ensure an accurate billing generation.
  • Participate in regularly scheduled accounts receivable meetings, and assist in the collections process as appropriate.
  • Perform insurance verification on all potential admissions, for both primary and secondary pay sources.
  • Serve as custodian of the facility petty cash fund and ensure timely reconciliation and reimbursement.
  • Input resident ancillary charges into the billing system within established month end close deadlines.
  • Process mail received in the business office on a daily basis. Review any invoices received to determine payment responsibility. Process disbursement requests and enter resident charges from invoices as appropriate.
  • Meet with newly admitted residents or their families to review billing policies and communicate payment responsibilities. Also answer questions regarding Medicare and Medicaid.
  • Prepare and distribute daily census report utilizing information provided by unit staff.



High School Diploma with one year of administrative/clerical experience required. Prior experience in a long-term care setting strongly preferred.

Licensure, Certifications, and Clearances:

  • Act 34

  • UPMC is an Equal Opportunity Employer/Disability/Veteran

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   Current UPMC employees must apply in HR Direct