Physician Partners of America

  • Medical Collector

    Job Locations US-FL-Tampa
    Job ID
    Healthcare & Medical
  • Overview

    Medical Collector


    Physician Partners of America (PPOA) is an established AND growing integrated health organization with multiple sites in Texas and Florida. Our team of talented professionals covers the non-medical side of healthcare so our doctors can simply focus on providing the best patient care.

    We are looking for an experienced Medical Collector to join our revenue cycle team. By just doing what you do best, you will help patients receive better care and reach better outcomes at PPOA.



    Typical responsibilities

    Collectors on our medical practices team are responsible for following up on claims and obtaining all the necessary documentation to determine maximum allowable for Out of Network reimbursement for patients seen at our Florida and Texas clinic locations. Seasoned professionals well-versed in healthcare terminology and well-practiced in computer systems (EMR systems, Microsoft Outlook, Word and Excel) will be best-suited to the role.

    Key Competencies:

    • Knowledge of Out of Network benefits and reimbursements
    • Understanding of insurance payers and reimbursement methods
    • Ability to achieve daily, weekly and monthly individual and department goals



    • High School graduate
    • 5+ years of healthcare collection/billing reimbursement experience
    • Thorough knowledge of Managed Care, PPO, UB04, medical terminology, CPT4 codes, ICD9 codes, technical job knowledge, and Third Party payer requirements and reimbursement rules, medical terminology, abbreviations, and techniques
    • Excellent written and oral communication along with good analytical skills of situations

    PPOA celebrates and supports diversity and is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer. PPOA performs criminal background checks and pre-employment drug screens.


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