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Employer:University of Washington
Skills:healthcare administration,coding,billing,regulations
Specialties:compliance, risk
Required Certifications:CCS,CCS-P,RHIA,RHIT,COC,CPC
Preferred Certifications:CPT,HCPCS,ICD-10-CM,ICD-10-PCS
Required Experience:5 to 7 years
Location:4300 Roosevelt Way NE Seattle 98105, WA, US
Date Posted:7/3/2019

As a UW employee, you have a unique opportunity to change lives on our campuses, in our state and around the world. UW employees offer their boundless energy, creative problem solving skills and dedication to build stronger minds and a healthier world. 

UW faculty and staff also enjoy outstanding benefits, professional growth opportunities and unique resources in an environment noted for diversity, intellectual excitement, artistic pursuits and natural beauty. All of which has allowed the UW to be nationally recognized as a “Great College to Work For” for five consecutive years. 

UW Medicine Compliance has an outstanding opportunity for a Facility Billing Compliance Analyst. 

UW Medicine Compliance Analysts are responsible for performing daily activities required to fulfill the goals, audit plans, work plans, initiatives, and duties related to a specific Compliance program element or content area.  Analysts conduct audits and/or analyze data, prepare reports pursuant to the unit’s audit plan, and participate in the development and implementation of follow-up education, outreach, and/or other corrective actions. Analysts contribute to compliance program development by maintaining data for unit reports, participating in the development and/or delivery of educational and outreach materials, and maintaining unit records.  Analysts maintain current knowledge of applicable laws and regulations and may contribute to the unit’s risk assessments and risk mitigation strategies.  

The Facility Billing Compliance Analyst is responsible for audits that assess the accuracy of documentation, coding, and billing against federal regulations (Medicare) and other laws and state laws and regulations that may apply. 

The Facility Billing Compliance Analyst collaborates with clinical and administrative staff throughout the enterprise in order to address and mitigate compliance risks.  Compliance Analysts also function as part of a unit team to accomplish unit goals, and work cooperatively with other compliance staff and entity staff as needed to resolve shared issues and concerns. In addition, they may participate in committees, workgroups, or process improvement projects as assigned. 


·  Under general direction, analyze data, draft preliminary audit reports, and process final reports according to established protocol. 

·  Provide feedback and education on the results of audits and collaboratively establish corrective action plans. 

·  Review claims denials to assess coding and medical necessity issues. 

·  Research documentation, coding, billing, EMTALA and other related regulatory guidelines. 

·  Review medical records for compliance with various EMTALA requirements; assist with the performance of on-site EMTALA audits. 

·  Under general supervision, may review clinical research billing and / or EMTALA inquiries and complaints or facilitate implementation of corrective action plans. 

·  Recommend clinical research billing and / or EMTALA process adjustments and improvements to leadership. 

·  Investigate billing and coding issues as related to inquiries, complaints, or audit results. 

·  Serve as a resource for current documentation, coding, billing and related regulatory guidelines. Develop and maintain detailed audit records, prepare accurate and timely reports, and generate statistical information as requested. 

·  Provide information to management for regularly scheduled reports and updates regarding audit progress and results. 

·  Exercise sound judgment in the interpretation and application of law, regulations, policies and procedures. 

·  Safeguard the confidentiality of sensitive information. 

·  Perform other related duties as assigned or required. 


   - Consistently delivers on commitments and promises; 
   - Sets own standards of excellence instead of waiting for standards to be imposed; 
   - Accepts responsibility for outcomes (positive or negative) of one’s judgments or actions; admits mistakes and refocuses efforts when appropriate; 
   - “Owns” organizational and higher level leadership decisions. 

Exercising Good Judgment 
   - Follows established guidelines and policies when making decisions and demonstrates sound judgment in making decisions when there is no precedent/guideline. 

Job Knowledge 
   - Demonstrates technical/professional mastery of skills and knowledge required for the position. 

Problem Solving 
   - Considers problems from all perspectives, and thoughtfully and responsibly considers all relevant impacts and implications before making a decision; 
   - Makes effective and timely decisions, even when data are limited and without unnecessarily referring to others; 
   - Recognizes who needs to be involved in decisions and engages them when appropriate. 

Service Orientation 
   - Demonstrates a sincere, positive attitude toward helping others and getting things done; doesn’t say “it’s not my job.” 

   - Develops and promotes positive working relationships with colleagues; 
   - Seeks out, listens to, and considers the ideas and opinions of others; 
   - Works cooperatively with others to develop and implement programs and ideas; 
   - Shares information and expertise with others to accomplish mutual goals; 
   - Understands the impact of actions/decisions on other individuals/departments/stakeholders. 


·  Bachelor’s degree in a Health Sciences discipline, Business administration, or related field AND at least five years experience with hospital billing and coding operations or compliance. 

·  Professional Certifications: CPC, COC, CCS, CCS-P, RHIT, RHIA. 

·  Hospital billing and coding operations or compliance. 

·  Coding, documentation and reimbursement content area expertise in one or more of the following:  utilization management, medical necessity, inpatient coding, or outpatient coding. 

·  Extensive knowledge of ICD-10-PCS, ICD-10-CM, CPT and HCPCS coding principles and guidelines. 

·  Comprehensive knowledge of federal and state regulations related to documentation, coding and billing. 

·  Proficiency with MS Word and Excel. 

·  Excellent oral and written communication skills. 

·  Self-motivated, detail-oriented and highly organized skill set. 

Equivalent education/experience will substitute for all minimum qualifications except where there are legal requirements such as license/certification/registration. 


·  Inpatient (billing/coding/documentation) experience. 

·  Experience in an academic healthcare environment. 

·  Proficiency with electronic medical records systems, databases, and related automated systems. 

·  Clinical experience including but not limited to LPN or RN licensure. 

·  Certified in Healthcare Compliance (e.g. HCCA/HCCB CHC certificate). 

·  Experience with auditing processes. 


Please visit the University of Washington's job board to begin the process. Go to https://uwhires.admin.washington.edu/ENG/candidates/ and search for job #168715.

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