What you'll do:
Invoices patients, medical service plans and other organizations for activities such as patient services, programs, lab tests, medical insurance claims, Alternative Payment Program claims, contract recoveries and provision of drugs.
Processes invoices and related payments by performing tasks such as entering invoices and payments in batches, verifying batch totals with source documents, comparing payments received to the invoices recorded, identifies discrepancies and following up with patients or billing agencies.]
Prepares routine journal entries from a variety of source documents.
Reconciles sub-ledger to general ledger control account by performing tasks such as reviewing data and identifying discrepancies, and making adjustments.
Review patient accounts age reports to identify reasons accounts are outstanding. Identifies discrepancies and makes adjustments.
Performs follow-up on delinquent accounts by performing tasks such as making phone calls, sending written reminders or referring to a collection agency. Refers all recommended write-offs, transfer of delinquent accounts to collection agency, and alternate payment arrangements to the supervisor.
Prepares collections listing and supporting documentation to transfer delinquent accounts to collection agencies.
Maintains collection files, updates collection agencies when payments are received and answers questions regarding outstanding accounts.
Assists with review of revenue variances and patterns by performing tasks such as collecting data and providing reports on areas such as invoice volumes and customer status.
What you'll bring
Grade 12, successful completion of a recognized accounting course
Two year’s recent related experience or an equivalent combination of education, training and experience (Accounts Recievable position).
Ability to keyboard at 45 w.p.m.
Communicate effectively both verbally and in writing.
Deal with others effectively.
Carry out the duties of the position.
If this sounds like you, apply now!
Status: Regular Full Time
Location: 1795 Willingdon Avenue, Burnaby
Wage: $22.89 per hour
Closing date: Until Filled
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