ICD10 Revenue Cycle Consultant Generalist

Company Name:
CTG
Title: ICD10 Revenue Cycle Consultant Generalist
Location: United States
Job Number: 14205590
CTG Health Solutions (CTGHS), a division of Computer Task Group, Inc., is a full-service provider of IT and business consulting services devoted exclusively to the healthcare industry. Our understanding and expertise in healthcare systems, processes, and operations is grounded in almost 25 years of providing healthcare IT systems and services to over 600 hospitals, physician groups and healthcare insurance organizations.
This is an open position that requires extensive travel to work on our projects at various client locations across the country. CTG is posting and recruiting for this position in many cities throughout the United States. CTG will consider candidates who meet the qualifications for this position regardless of where they live.
CTGHS is looking for outstanding consultants with significant experience to fill with the following specifications:
We are looking for a person who will work with the PM's on third party application upgrades and remediation related to an ICD10 initiative. There are a handful of systems that need to be upgraded. Knowledge of revenue cycle systems and 3rd party apps such as 3M or coding applications (workflow/build/training, etc) is needed but qualified candidates must be good generalists with knowledge of non-core HIS systems.
Qualifications: Required Skills/Experience Include:
- Strong ancillary revenue system experience
- Preferred knowledge with Cerner core HIS
- Required experience working with other non-core external applications such as 3M or other coding products
- Knowledge and experience of ICD10 highly preferred
CTG Health Solutions has some of the best consultants in the industry, who thrive in a collaborative, team environment which enhances their skills. CTGHS is a premier client partner that rewards valuable contributions and where careers flourish in a high-growth, stable environment. Job: Health Advisory

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