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EntityMedical University Hospital Authority (MUHA)
DepartmentCC002309 MUHA | SYS - Hospital Patient Accounting
Pay Rate TypeHourly
Scheduled Weekly Hours40
Job Description SummaryA high school diploma and two years of experience in a related field (customer service representative, computer usage, insurance or previous hospital registration activities); or associate's degree and one year of related experience
Performs varied clerical accounting and bookkeeping duties which may include posting, updating, reconciling, routine auditing and preparing summary financial and statistical reports. Computes averages, percentages, decimal conversions and billing costs based on services provided. Verifies disbursements, expenditures, data processing reports and fund transfer requests for accuracy, legality and authorization. Assists in processing Accounts Payable and Accounts Receivable. Responsible for cashier operations and functions, including preparing credit card, cash and check receipts. Assists in the receipt, inventory, storage and distribution of supplies and equipment. Assists in the assignment and maintenance of state-owned vehicles. Assists taxpayers in filing returns and researching records. Answers questions for the general public and assists field personnel in a variety of areas including collections and delinquent accounts. Prepares or assists in the preparation of invoices, receipts, vouchers, bank deposits, budget requests, projections, summary reports, payrolls and payroll files. Supervises the batching and posting of financial data into a computer system, the calculation of data to be posted into the state accounting system and the maintenance of records. Prepares and edits financial and statistical reports, schedules and statements with accompanying narratives. Interprets contract and grant stipulations; screens for special review expenditure or reimbursement requests; maintains balances of sponsored program funds. Assists professional staff in implementing financial procedural changes. Plans, organizes and reviews work of subordinate staff members.
Additional Job Description
Minimum Training and Education: A high school diploma and two years of experience in a related field (customer service representative, computer usage, insurance or previous hospital registration activities); or associate's degree and one year of related experience
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