Universal Health Services, Inc. (UHS) is one of the nationâ€™s largest and most respected health care management companies operating through its subsidiary acute care hospitals, behavioral health facilities, and ambulatory centers nationwide.Â Founded in 1978, UHS subsidiaries now have more than 72,000 employees.Â The UHS business strategy is to build or purchase health care properties in rapidly growing markets and create a strong franchise based on exceptional service and effective cost control.Â Our success comes from a responsive management style and a service philosophy based on integrity, competence, and compassion.
Palmetto Summerville Behavioral Health is a 64-bed Residential Treatment Center that offers quality behavioral health services to adolescent males and females aged 7-21 with psychiatric, behavioral, or conduct issues.Â Palmetto Summerville currently has a position open forÂ a Business OfficeÂ ManagerÂ who will oversee three Residential Treatment Facilities in South Carolina. This position will manage the in-house collection effort to meet established accounts receivable goals, monitor payment arrangements for non-covered or poorly covered services, communicate with patients' families to resolve problem accounts, monitor timely billing of patient claims, manage the billing readiness report, and maintain and manage the credit card journal.Â Additionally, the Business OfficeÂ Manager will oversee two Patient Account Representatives and assist the CFO, CEO, and Senior Leadership team by generating accurate, relevant, and useful information regarding financial and operational results, analyzing this information, and providing insight and recommendations.
This is a challenging and inspiring opportunity to make a difference in a rewarding environment. Our professional team is enthusiastic, resourceful, and creative.Â Enjoy a great benefits package and generous time off as you join a Fortune 500 leader in the industry.
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