Resume of Teecee Walker

Resume of Teecee Walker

  • Submitted By: tilafayea
  • Date Submitted: 10/14/2008 10:43 AM
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TeeCee Walker
1234 Turner Circle
Atlanta, GA 30331

Familiar with Centricity, Eclinical, Nextgen, MS-DOS, Microsoft Windows, Medical terminology, Anatomy & Psychology, ICD-9-cm, CPT-4, Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, Power Point, Microsoft Access, and Microsoft Outlook. Knowledge of PC setup and installation, as well as various peripherals, data entry, and file updating. Experienced in system-operations training, collections, and customer service.

Nextgen, Atlanta, GA 2006-2007
Practice Solution
o Follow up on outstanding accounts by Financial Class
o Work correspondence, including denials and updates
o Request necessary adjustments generated by aging and correspondence
o Rebill insurance or update accounts
o Advise manager of negative payment trends
Peachtree Surgical and Bariatrics “Dr. Titus Duncan”, Atlanta, GA 2005-2006
Billing Manager
o Train and supervise billing specialist
o Perform insurance/billing duties, including review and verification of patient account info.
o Enter data electronically to process charges, payments, denials, and adjustments
o Prepare and submit insurance claims.
o Process, research, and corrects accounts diagnosis and authorization codes, also identifies liability and guarantors.
o Interprets Explanation of Benefits (EOB). Prepares batches for posting.
o Creates, organizes, corrects, and maintain accounts data spreadsheets. Track status and confirms receipt of claims.
Emory Clinic, Atlanta, GA 2002-2004
Medical Billing Supervisor
o Train and supervise Account Representatives. Maintain adequate staffing in department to accommodate timely data entry of patient charges and payments. Monitor billing processes.
o Adjust staffing patterns and activities as needed. Review coding practices of health care providers.
o Serve as primary problem-solver for patient accounts, collection activities, and patients with overdue accounts and/or patients turned to collection. Receive patient...

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