Career Opportunities

APS is a company that is growing, both in the size and the complexity of our client base. If you are interested in becoming part of a company that treats its clients and employees with the highest integrity, we would like to hear from you.  APS is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to a diverse workforce.  We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability.


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Credentialing/Provider Enrollment Specialist

This position verifies the credentials of healthcare providers are in compliance with state and federal standards, communicates with physicians and clients to obtain credentialing documents, receive/process all initial credentialing/re-credentialing applications and manage license, insurance, and DEA expirations for providers.

• Minimum of 1-3 years of experience in a medical billing setting
• Proven ability to multi-task and handle heavy workloads (maintain credentialing efforts for over 150 physicians)
• Detail oriented
• Maintain strict level of confidentiality
• Must be proficient with Word and Excel
• Possess excellent written and verbal communication

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Medical Coder

In this position, candidate would work with clients to ensure proper documentation for charge capture and remain current with industry guidelines such as LCD/NCD polices and quality initiatives to accommodate them into their coding practices.

• Demonstrate ICD-10-CM proficiency
• Demonstrate understanding of the CPT guidelines for separate procedures, bundling and add-on-codes
• Experience in abstracting medical records for accurate CPT code assignments
• Experience in anatomic pathology preferred

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Medical Insurance Biller

In this high volume position, the person will follow up on unpaid claims within the standard billing cycle timeframe.  This person will investigate, identify, research and appeal denied claims.  Accuracy and ability to meet deadlines is imperative.
• Minimum 1-3 years of medical claims and/or billing experience
• Familiar with billing guidelines and regulations in various states; across government and non-government insurance carriers
• Strong understanding of A/R follow up process
• Strong typing skills
• Proficient in Microsoft Word and Excel
• Excellent communication skills

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Customer Service Representative

In this position, the person will answer patient calls regarding their bills, EOBs, payment plans, etc. This is a fast paced, heavy volume position.

• Call center or office experience
• Medical billing knowledge a plus
• Resolves patient issues and documents call information
• Typing/keyboarding skills
• Knowledge of Microsoft Excel and Word
• Ability to multitask on and in-between calls

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Client Setup Specialist

The selected candidate will seamlessly transition a new client from their existing agency to the APS system. In addition, be able to communicate with physicians, clients, hospital representatives, IT staff and carriers to obtain all needed information.  As well as interpret client documents to meet the APS system requirements.


• Minimum of 1-3 years of experience in a medical billing setting
• Proven ability to multi-task and handle heavy workloads
• Detailed oriented
• Maintain strict level of confidentiality
• Must be proficient with Word and Excel
• Possess excellent written and verbal communication

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Data Entry Processor

In this position, the person’s main focus is to enter billing data into our system. This is a fast paced/production driven environment.

• Compare data with source documents, re-enter data in verification format to detect errors
• Locate and correct data entry errors
• Proven ability to multi-task and handle heavy work loads
• Typing skills 50+ wpm 
• Proficient in Microsoft Excel and Word  
• Excellent communication skills

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Payment Posting Specialist

The Payment Posting Specialist's main responsibility is to process the payments received from insurance companies, patients and other entities, towards settlement of claims, applied to the respective claims/patient accounts or other accounts in the billing system.

• Minimum of one year experience in payment posting
• Reconciliation experience
• Strong keyboarding skills- alpha and numeric (6,000+ on 10 key)
• Experience in reading EOBs
• Detail oriented and able to multi-task
• Basic knowledge of Word, Excel and Outlook
• Proven ability to multi-task and handle heavy work loads

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Practice Manager

APS is looking for a Practice Manager who serves as the primary day-to-day interface with our clients for their billing and reimbursement activities. Primary practice specialties include, but not limited to, pathology and radiology groups.

This person must understand the revenue cycle management functions and be able to clearly communicate financials with the clients, as well as troubleshoot issues, resolve problems and provide guidance for solutions.  The Practice Manager also establishes relationships with new clients and manages the transition process for multiple clients throughout the US.

• Manages all areas of the financial aspects of the revenue cycle for our clients
• Monitors fee schedules – fee schedule analysis
• Provides clients with reports that allow them to manage their practices
• Conduct onsite business meetings with clients to discuss financial reporting and industry news, standards and other topics of interest related to the specialty
• Works with staff to ensure revenue maximization by making certain all revenue cycle management functions are carried out expediently and correctly

• Bachelor’s degree or equivalent combination of formal training and experience
• Strong understanding of third-party and insurance billing processes (pathology and radiology)
• Strong knowledge in finance or accounting
• Advanced knowledge of revenue cycle management
• Excellent verbal and written communications, presentation and negotiation skills required internally and externally with all levels of management

This position requires 60% of travel (including overnight trips).

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Client Representative

The client representative is the APS liaison to assigned clients. This position involves coordinating on-going client support and services and managing client’s accounts receivable.

• Minimum of 1-3 years of experience in a medical billing setting
• Ability to conduct month-end financial and operation reviews with clients
• Ability to monitor and report client satisfaction with service performance and escalate issues as needed
• Organized and detail oriented
• Maintain strict level of confidentiality
• Proficient in Microsoft Excel and Word
• Excellent communication skills

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Insurance Billing Supervisor

The Supervisor is responsible for daily supervision of employees, leadership, training and coaching to direct and indirect reports.  This position is also responsible for meeting high quality and timely completion of productivity goals.

• Supervise employees to meet daily department and supervisor productivity goals
• Review staffing levels, staff schedules and assigning specific duties
• Works with management to establish and implement departmental goals and processes
• Supervise the daily operations of the department and provide leadership to employees
• Assist and determine staffing needs, interviews, hires and works with management to oversee the training of employees

• Associate’s degree or equivalent combination of formal training and experience
• At least two years of supervision experience preferred or a proven track record of supervising a team to achieve results or evidence of strong leadership skills with the ability to guide, direct, train and interact with staff and clients
• Demonstrated knowledge of third-party and insurance companies and operating procedures, regulations and billing requirements
• Self-motivated, self-directed and attention to detail
• Strategic thinker and problem solver
• Strong organizational skills and the ability to handle multiple tasks
• Proven project management and time management skills
• Excellent verbal, written and interpersonal skills
• Skilled in Microsoft Office – Word and Excel

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Credentialing - Clerical Assistant

The clerical assistant is responsible for providing direct support to our credentialing team. This is accomplished through:

• Sorting mail for onsite and remote credentialists 
• Mailing supplies and documents to remote credentialists 
• Working tasks in regards to clients’ remit addresses
• Making calls to carriers to validate if our clients are contracted and with what product lines
• Update our system when a doctor is on vacation and has another doctor filling in for them (locum tenans)
• Miscellaneous projects
• Associate’s degree or equivalent combination of training and experience
• Ability to organize and manage multiple priorities
• Excellent communication skills
• Strong typing and computer skills (Outlook, Excel, Word)

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Managed Care Reimbursement Specialist

The Managed Care Reimbursement Specialist is responsible for reading, interpreting and analyzing the details of payer contracts. This person loads fee schedules according to the terms of the contract, as well as identifies discrepancies in the system based on the contract. The Managed Care Reimbursement Specialist monitors the accuracy of billing and payments received and initiates recoveries on underpaid claims.  This position requires the person to have close collaboration with various departments.

Requirements for the Managed Care Reimbursement Specialist
• Bachelor’s degree or equivalent combination of formal training and experience
• Ability to systematically analyze problems, draw relevant conclusions and implement appropriate solutions
• Excellent verbal and written communications with internal and external customers
• Proficient in Microsoft Office

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Compliance Specialist

The Compliance Specialist works directly with the HIPAA Compliance Officer in administering and revising the compliance program in response to the changing needs of the organization, laws, and governmental policies. The Compliance Specialist contributes to the development, implementation, and evaluation of the company’s compliance-related activities to ensure they promote an institutional culture favorable to compliance and ethics.

• Bachelor’s degree or equivalent combination of formal training and experience
• Current or recent experience with HIPAA Privacy, Security and HiTech regulations; CMS Fraud Waste and Abuse; CMS False Claims Act Statute
• Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite (Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint); demonstrate ability to use other relevant software applications and databases
• Strong organization practices
• Effective communication skills, written and oral
• Ability to build relationships with a variety of managers
• Understand importance and meets deadlines
• Experience in professional coding and billing, preferred

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Human Resources Manager
The Human Resources Manager is responsible for leading the day-to-day HR functions and performs a variety of responsibilities, including administration of policies, benefits, records management, new hire process, orientations, worker compensation, company functions and activities, assists with FMLA/ADA and able to assist in leading recruitment efforts.  Must be comfortable with employment law compliance.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities 
• Ensures compliance with local/state/federal employment laws
• Handles new hire process, orientation, etc.
• Responsible for the administration of benefit plans
• Provides employees with information about policies, company requirements, opportunities for promotion, etc.
• Supports Human Resources in planning, implementing, communicating and administering human resources programs, policies and practices
• Handles disputes, terminations and assists in disciplinary procedures
• Follows up on Workers Compensation reporting
• Establishes and maintains department records and reports
• Responsible for coordinating company functions and activities
• Performs other duties as necessary
Qualification Requirements
• Bachelor’s degree in Business or Human Resources or a combination of 6 years of formal training in HR and leadership experience
• Knowledge about local, state and federal legislation and regulations
• Excellent verbal and written communications
• Self-motivated and a problem solver
• Strong computer and organizational skills with the ability to manage several projects simultaneously
• Ability to maintain confidentiality of information
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