Reg Dir Patient Accounting

MHC00-McLaren Health Care
Shelby, Michigan, United States
Competitive salary
16 Sep 2020
17 Sep 2020
Job role

The Regional Director of Patient Accounting - Facility is responsible for the management of all functions related to the assigned Patient Accounting functions for the system. Functional assignments include registration/admission, billing, follow-up, internal auditing, customer service, patient accounting information system analysis and management, electronic data interchange and optical imaging management. Develops and implements plans to ensure the achievement of established objectives. Represents Patient Accounting and Revenue Cycle in meeting strategic objectives throughout the McLaren System. The Regional Director is expected to be a contributing member of the Revenue Cycle leadership team.


  • Manages and assures successful implementation of highly efficient and effective Patient Accounting management strategies.
  • Responsibility for the functional assignments of Patient Accounting.
  • Manages operations based on data and metrics, consistently meeting assigned targets.
  • Continually assess Patient Accounting operations in order to adjust leadership staffing to assure efficient operations with exceptional outcomes based on national metrics.
  • Supports a culture of accountability, exceptional customer service, and a highly productive staff.
  • Assists in the creation and preparation of monthly dashboard report for the net revenue cycle.
  • Analyzes operation of system; prepares recommendation and documentation to create and updates fiscal services and other related policies and procedures with respect to operating systems.
  • Conducts and assists in the presentation of fiscal educational sessions as assigned.
  • Provides financial support and leadership to product line managers including expense management and revenue cycle maximization.
  • Performs operational assessments during strategic planning and financial review of departments and programs.

  • Bachelor's Degree required in Finance, Accounting or related field.
  • Ten (10) years' experience in a progressively more responsible leadership role in Patient Access, Financial Management and/or Revenue Cycle with demonstrated supervisory responsibility in health care.
  • MBA or MHA

Equal Opportunity Employer of Minorities/Females/Disabled/Veterans