Company Info

Virginia Commonwealth University Health System
1250 East Marshall Street
Richmond, VA, United States

Phone: 866-289-5374
Web Site: www.VCUHS.jobs

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Reimbursement Spec


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Job ID:

270090

Location:

VA, United States 
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Posted:

10.09.2019
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Job Description:

VCU Health System's Specialty Care Pharmacy is seeking a full time Reimbursement Specialist. The Reimbursement Specialist improves revenue collection pertaining to high cost medications that require prior authorization. Will initiate, follow-up, and proceed with approval and/or denials of prior authorizations efficiently via phone, fax, or electronically. Carries out benefit investigation and coordinates Patient Assistance Programs and/or copay cards for patients with high co-pays or those without insurance coverage. Works closely with nursing and physicians in order to obtain required documentation for prior authorization and billing. Arranges refills, transfers, and delivery of medications. Updates patient case management system regularly. Ideally, familiar with disease state terminology or willingness to research. Works as a Pharmacy Technician when deemed necessary.

This position will primarily focus on the MS Program.

Responsibilities

Identifies equipment problems; various aspects of assisting the pharmacist that don't require a pharmacist's supervision or check.

Qualifications

Required

High school diploma or equivalent.
Current certification by the Pharmacy Technician Certification Board (PTCB).
Current licensure with the Virginia State Board of Pharmacy.
By virtue of societal trust and security explicitly imparted to pharmacies for the control of drugs, candidate/incumbent must have a clean criminal record (i.e. no felony conviction; no drug or pharmacy related convictions, including misdemeanors); no denial, suspension, revocation, or restriction of registration or licensure by any State Board of Pharmacy.
Minimum of one (1) year previous pharmacy practice experience in a similar setting.
Minimum of three (3) years prior experience with Manufacturers Patient Assistance Programs and prior experience with prescription on-line adjudication.
Previous work experience using a personal computer and various billing software applications as well as e-mail, spreadsheets, word processing, databases, etc.
Must be available to work all shifts, weekends, holidays, and emergency coverage.

Preferred

Associates Degree in Business or related field from an accredited program.



Company Info


Virginia Commonwealth University Health System
1250 East Marshall Street
Richmond, VA, United States
Phone: 866-289-5374
Web Site: www.VCUHS.jobs

Reimbursement Spec

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Job ID:

270090

Location:

VA, United States 
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Job Views:

14

Posted:

10.09.2019
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Job Description:

VCU Health System's Specialty Care Pharmacy is seeking a full time Reimbursement Specialist. The Reimbursement Specialist improves revenue collection pertaining to high cost medications that require prior authorization. Will initiate, follow-up, and proceed with approval and/or denials of prior authorizations efficiently via phone, fax, or electronically. Carries out benefit investigation and coordinates Patient Assistance Programs and/or copay cards for patients with high co-pays or those without insurance coverage. Works closely with nursing and physicians in order to obtain required documentation for prior authorization and billing. Arranges refills, transfers, and delivery of medications. Updates patient case management system regularly. Ideally, familiar with disease state terminology or willingness to research. Works as a Pharmacy Technician when deemed necessary.

This position will primarily focus on the MS Program.

Responsibilities

Identifies equipment problems; various aspects of assisting the pharmacist that don't require a pharmacist's supervision or check.

Qualifications

Required

High school diploma or equivalent.
Current certification by the Pharmacy Technician Certification Board (PTCB).
Current licensure with the Virginia State Board of Pharmacy.
By virtue of societal trust and security explicitly imparted to pharmacies for the control of drugs, candidate/incumbent must have a clean criminal record (i.e. no felony conviction; no drug or pharmacy related convictions, including misdemeanors); no denial, suspension, revocation, or restriction of registration or licensure by any State Board of Pharmacy.
Minimum of one (1) year previous pharmacy practice experience in a similar setting.
Minimum of three (3) years prior experience with Manufacturers Patient Assistance Programs and prior experience with prescription on-line adjudication.
Previous work experience using a personal computer and various billing software applications as well as e-mail, spreadsheets, word processing, databases, etc.
Must be available to work all shifts, weekends, holidays, and emergency coverage.

Preferred

Associates Degree in Business or related field from an accredited program.