US Anesthesia Partners

  • Hospital Credentialing Coordinator

    Metro Area Denver, CO
    Job ID
    2018-2185
    Location
    US-CO-Greenwood Village
    Function
    Revenue Cycle Management
    Employment Status
    Full-Time
  • Overview

    U.S. Anesthesia Partners (USAP) is the largest single-specialty anesthesia practice in the country with over 4,000 clinical providers and associates.  By joining our team you will participate in a highly collaborative and dynamic environment.  As an organization we are mission focused on delivering the highest quality in patient care and you will be directly supporting our talented clinical team.  We extend this same commitment to quality to our associates and supply tools and resources that will ensure we win in the healthcare marketplace and support of USAP.

     

    We are proud of our inclusive people culture that supports our associates to perform at their best.  USAP is an equal opportunity employer.  Candidates with physician services or related health care experience is a plus. We offer a competitive benefits package. 

     

    Provide direct credentialing support to clinical providers and facilities.  Maintain accurate records of provider credentials.  Process provider applications for privileges and reappointments by targeted start dates and renewal dates.  Monitor licensure renewal activity for Physicians, CRNA's, APN's and PA's.  All new hires must submit to and pass a background and drug screening before beginning work at USAP. 

    Responsibilities

    • Process initial applications and reappointments for hospitals and surgical centers as assigned by leadership.
    • Populate and prepare applications for providers.
    • Facilitate and track onboarding paperwork and applications to and from providers.
    • Review provider applications for accuracy and completeness.
    • Perform primary source verifications to meet USAP required credentialing standards.
    • Maintain complete and accurate provider credentialing files.
    • Monitor and notify providers of upcoming expirables, including expiring privileges, licensures, board certifications, MOC requirements and all other state and national required documents necessary for the practitioner to legally and ethically perform under their scope of practice.
    • Maintain and update the credentialing database and medical staff services as provider information and credentials change or renew.
    • Maintain and update continuing medical education credits and other training requirements.
    • Establish and maintain professional working relationships with providers and medical staff service departments.
    • Provide weekly status updates to providers and leadership.
    • Demonstrate exemplary customer service to our providers and facilities.
    • Meet targeted credentialing deadlines and start dates.
    • Consistently meet USAP set work standards.
    • Proficiently use the USAP credentialing system as instructed by leadership.
    • Contribute to the advancement and growth of the department.
    • Performs other credentialing duties as requested.
    • Adhere to the USAP Standards of Conduct.
    • Adhere to USAP policy and procedures.
    • Perform other duties as assigned.

    Qualifications

    • High School graduate or equivalent. AS or B.S. degree in business administration or health care related field required.
    • Have a working knowledge of the credentialing process and requirements, required.
    • Ability to work effectively in a fast paced, high volume environment required.
    • Two years (2) of credentialing experience preferred.
    • Knowledge of NCQA and/or JCAHO Accreditation standards preferred.
    • Knowledgeable in Federal and State Regulation on Confidentiality and Peer Review Guidelines preferred.
    • Knowledge of organization’s policies, procedures and systems.
    • Skilled in computer applications including MS Word, MS Excel, database administration and scanning applications.
    • Have excellent customer service skills.
    • Have strong organizational and time management skills.
    • Ability to be flexible to change and growth.
    • Demonstrate ethical problem-solving skills.
    • Skilled in professional verbal, written and email communications.
    • Ability to work effectively with staff, physicians and external customers.
    • Ability to work independently with limited supervisio
    • Communicate professionally with the public.
    • Ability to independently and consistently execute job responsibilities within a reasonable timeframe.
    • Ability to read, write, and speak English.

     

    US Anesthesia Partners, Inc. provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability or genetics.

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