UC Davis Medical Center
Oncology Billing and Coding Compliance Supervisor
Salary Range: $2,329.60 - $4,678.40 Biweekly
Final Filing Date : 10/25/2021
The primary responsibilities of the Cancer Care Network (CCN) Billing and Coding Compliance Supervisor and Operations Analyst provides supervision for CCN registration and coding processes and to resource CCN cancer center affiliates on oncology billing and coding compliance. Promotes adherence in all matters related to professional and technical component billing and coding compliance for UC Davis oncology physicians and billing and coding personnel specific to affiliate internal practices, Provides supervision to other CCN department data, business development and quality analyst(s). Possesses strong analytical and communication skills and ability to cooperate as a team member. Possesses advanced-level knowledge and skills to independently coordinate, direct, and follow through with overall administration and outcomes of the CCN registration and coding process. Displays best practices when handling a variety of supervisory tasks as well as during audits and reviews. Responsible for designing and implementing policies and procedures to assure the CCN billing process complies with the UC Davis Health's processes, payor polices, local and national coverage determinations necessary for successful claims. Assures the quality of the CCN registrations and coding process by working closely with the Professional Billing Group (PBG), multiple UC Davis Health Departments, and CCN affiliates' representatives involved in the revenue cycle process. Provides ongoing communication regarding the registration, coding, billing work queue processes, internal and external audits, as well as training and education of the CCN management. Works with Regional Affiliations and Outreach, CCN Managers, associated consultants and/or finance department to develop long-term program financial projections for potential cancer centers and associated service lines (medical and/or radiation oncology, ancillary services impact), including market projection growth. Assists facilities with analysis of major capital equipment purchases, including analysis, costs, depreciation and return on investment. Works collaboratively with site hospital and cancer center leadership on policy and procedure development.
• Applicants are encouraged to upload license and certification if required of the position.
• Must possess excellent written and verbal communication, organizational skills, attention to detail skills as well as interpersonal skills
• Ability to independently exercise judgement, initiative and resourcefulness in decision making processes
• Extensive knowledge and understanding of oncology and disease processes as applied to clinical research
• Advanced knowledge of medical terminology, abbreviations, and the ability to abstract information from various sources including electronic medical records
• Strong analytical skills to assess problem and available resources, formulate logical and objective conclusions, and implement viable and innovative solutions and to follow through to ensure situations ae successfully resolved.
• Excellent interpersonal skills required to preserve a calm demeanor, efficiency and a positive customer service-oriented manner during periods of peak workloads characterized by frequent interruptions, tight deadlines, and interactions with challenging personnel within the CCN
• Possess strong negotiation skills needed to defuse potentially volatile situations; to speak calmly and firmly, to express compassion and understanding, to resolve difference in the spirit of cooperation and provide creative, constructive solutions that benefit all parties and the ability to seek assistance from others when an immediate resolution to a situation is not forthcoming
• Assertiveness skills to persuade others to initiate a particular course of action.
• Ability to attempt difficult and unfamiliar assignments as well as to respond with flexibility to request for assistance in problem solving and organizational development.
• Clear understanding of the nature and intent of Instructions and to master new routines and techniques quickly and accurately
• To provide and accept direction as needed to achieve the overall goals of the CCN.
• Ability to work on tasks involved focused concentration
• Ability to meet the scope of the program with frequent changes, interruptions, and changes in priorities and deadlines
• Strong working knowledge of computer systems, programs, database, as well as the ability to navigate multiple electronic medical record systems.
• Required to work as workload demands
• Required to travel as part of routine job duties
• Strong investigative skills with a high degree of accuracy and attention to detail.
• Must possess the following certifications, or be able to obtain certifications within 12 months of hire: CPMA, CHONC, ROCC
• This position may be subject to a criminal background investigation, drug screen, Live Scan fingerprinting, medical evaluation clearance, and functional capacity assessment.
• The University of California has implemented a SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19) Vaccination Program SARS-CoV-2 Vaccination Policy (ucop.edu) covering all employees. To be compliant with the policy, employees must submit proof of vaccination or a University-approved exception or deferral.
To view full job description and submit an on-line application visit UC Davis Career Opportunities at:
Job ID #24188
The University of California, Davis is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer