“Outstanding Career Opportunity within the Technology – Healthcare arena!”
POSITION: Healthcare Billing Programmer Analyst – Skokie, IL.
SUMMARY: Client is one of the premier health organizations for patient care and medical research. As a key member in a Programmer Analyst role, you will support the Physician Billing applications. This entails: involved in all phases of software development from design to implementation to solving complex system problems. Resolve problems related to charge posting, patient billing statements, insurance claim forms and electronic claim submissions. Code, test, debug, document application changes, and implement new system functionality related to physician billing.
Technical environment: Epic Resolute Physician Billing system, SQL, UNIX, MS Excel, MS Windows, Mumps, Cache
QUALIFICATIONS: 5+ years full life cycle development experience in Information Technology. 4+ years of Mumps or Cache programming language, SQL, UNIX, MS Excel, MS Windows. Must have development expertise with client interaction, support, and integration of a Physician Billing systems. (Epic Resolute Physician Billing system or IDX bill software and/or or Hospital Billing software). Bachelor’s degree or Associate Degree, or some college coursework or equivalent current work experience. Strong analytical, problem-solving, conceptual skills, and must be detail oriented with outstanding presentation. Good verbal and written communication skills. Strong desire to succeed and ability to work under pressure.
Candidate Career Interest: Please send your resume as a MS-word (.doc) or PDF attachment for the position of interest: email@example.com
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