• $50,560.00 -78,130.00/year*
  • Pittsburgh , PA
  • Accounting
  • Full-Time
  • 4870 Forbes Ave

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Canterbury Place is Hiring an A/R Coordinator!

  • Input resident ancillary charges into the billing system within established month end close deadlines.

  • Serve as custodian of the resident trust petty cash fund, ensuring timely reconciliation and reimbursement. Also obtain and maintain appropriate documentation for all resident fund deposits and withdrawals.

  • Reconcile the manual (excel) census to system generated census reports on the 1st working day of each month to ensure an accurate billing generation.

  • Act as liaison between facility and the corporate billing office, promoting a steady flow of information and effective two-way communications.

  • Process mail received in the business office on a daily basis. Review any invoices received to determine payment responsibility. Process disbursement requests and enter resident charges from invoices as appropriate.

  • Maintain census information in the accounts receivable billing system, including daily input of the following: admission information including all demographic data, discharges, room changes, pay type changes, level of care changes, personal and/or hospital leaves, etc.

  • Participate in regularly scheduled accounts receivable meetings, and assist in the collections process as appropriate.

  • Serve as custodian of the facility petty cash fund and ensure timely reconciliation and reimbursement.

  • Print and distribute resident face sheets to appropriate facility staff.Receive all cash payments, prepare cash receipts log, and prepare daily bank deposits for all facility bank accounts.

  • Review and mail resident billing statements in accordance with established deadlines. Reconcile statements to the census to ensure all statements were printed.

  • Provide initial point of contact for residents/families with regard to all billing questions or concerns. Refer inquiries to appropriate facility or corporate staff as necessary.

  • Perform insurance verification on all potential admissions, for both primary and secondary pay sources.

  • Prepare and distribute daily census report utilizing information provided by unit staff.

  • Meet with newly admitted residents or their families to review billing policies and communicate payment responsibilities. Also answer questions regarding Medicare and Medicaid.


High School Diploma with one year of administrative/clerical experience required. Prior experience in a long-term care setting strongly preferred.

Experience in collections and strong attention to detail is preferred.

Licensure, Certifications, and Clearances:

  • Act 34


UPMC is an equal opportunity employer. Minority/Females/Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities

REQNUMBER: 26224533

* The salary listed in the header is an estimate based on salary data for similar jobs in the same area. Salary or compensation data found in the job description is accurate.

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