Meridian, ID, United States
Audit, Healthcare, Accounting
Sep 17, 2021
Dec 31, 2021
Ability to work from home or in office located in Meridian, ID!
External Audit Coordinator will act as the liaison between the AmeriBen teams and the external audit firms, including vendor partner NTT Data. Successful candidates will demonstrate effective project management skills and teamwork to ensure audit fieldwork is supported and follow through completed. This role includes the opportunity to grow with the advancing industry, and to showcase critical thinking and technical writing skills.
Assists the AmeriBen teams to perform all aspects of the audit engagement, such as providing requested documentation and responses to audit issues identified.
Manages multiple short-term and long-term projects concurrently with Accuracy, Customer Service, and Timely Turnaround, which often requires frequent switch-tasking.
Uses strong critical thinking skills to assess whether audit findings will have an isolated or global impact, and to determine recommended action plans to address the discrepancies found.
Leverages excellent written and verbal communication skills to report findings based upon the results of the audit to internal stakeholders including mid and upper-level management.
Collaborates with other internal departments to determine appropriate responses to audits and corrective action plans.
Assist internal teams with ensuring corrective action plans are appropriate to client delivery providing feedback on the language and examples used, and ensuring secure information is removed.
Assist team with large dollar reporting including error trending for end-to end resolution
Coordinate and facilitate meetings with internal teams and audit firms
Manage audit partner as outlined in vendor contract
Performs other duties as assigned to ensure individual and group goals are achieved with Accuracy, Customer Service and Timely Turnaround
Experience and Skills:
Education Preferred: Associate degree or equivalent industry experience preferred
Excellent analytical and writing skills
Proficiency with Microsoft Office products
2-5 years Healthcare industry experience preferably in the TPA sector
Project Management experience
Knowledge of medical and dental terminology
Understanding of claims adjudication systems
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