I believe your resume should be relatively short. Bullets are better than full sentences. That said ...
For the first question how about:
Monitor third-party payments daily; review, research and appeal denial of claims.
For the second part I'd suggest:
Responsible for credentialling physicians with insurance companies.
If you have hard data on the results of your efforts, you might want to include that, as well ... for example ... on working denials - "recovered $100,000 in first 6 months."
Hope that helps. And good luck!
As an aside ... it's my personal philosophy to ALWAYS have my resume up-to-date. Three months after starting a new job, I update my CV. And I look at it at least yearly to ensure that it really reflects my skills and training. It's usefull for many applications, including community work. (I sit on several boards of non-profits, and they always want a CV.)
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