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NURSE HIRING TRAINEE CLIENT PARTNER CLAIMS TRACKING AHC

Post by AmadoGarcia » Thu Jan 10, 2019 10:51 am

Job Description
Educational Qualification/Experience: At least 2 years in college, any Course.

(Freshers can apply too.)

Skills Required:

Good English communication skills
Strong analytical skills
Strong comprehension ability
Willing to work on a fixed night schedule
Willing to work in McKinley Hill, Taguig City
COMPANY OVERVIEW

We are Access Healthcare Services Manila, Inc., a leading provider of revenue cycle management services to medical billing companies, hospitals, physician practices and software providers. Access Healthcare partners with hospitals, physicians and healthcare providers to help their business succeed and develops customized solutions that reduce the overall cost to collect while accelerating their cash flow, and creating a thriving operational environment compliant to the healthcare industry regulations.

WHY JOIN US?

Why would anyone want to work for Access Healthcare or, for that matter, in the healthcare revenue cycle industry? It’s competitive, it’s hard work, and it’s challenging. It’s also fantastically rewarding, stimulating and extremely satisfying as you see the results of your efforts translating into your customer’s success and your professional success.

Access Healthcare is rewriting the business of revenue cycle, one chapter at a time. We are looking for smart revenue cycle specialists and operations experts who put themselves into our client’s shoes and take decisions that help them succeed. Yes, we are a high-growth organization with a clear vision of our future.

Come, experience the adventure that is Access Healthcare.
I am Career & HR Consultant at Jobaxy Job Hiring Philippines and have been working with several clients in the field of recruitment

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