The medical insurance coordinator is a position that is usually sought out by various healthcare organizations, such as doctor's offices and clinics. Generally, many companies will not have an education requirement for this job, but a few may ask for a high school diploma or an associate's degree. Likewise, some companies do not require any previous experience, although most do require that the applicant has had previous experience working with administration. It would be helpful to have coding experience, especially in the ICD-9-CM and CPT coding systems. Furthermore, some knowledge of diseases and various medical terminologies would also prove to be highly beneficial. A full knowledge of the Microsoft Office suite of products is preferable. The medical insurance coordinator will usually be working indoors in an office environment.
Medical Insurance Coordinator Tasks
Confirm insurance coverage with insurance companies by diagnostic and procedural codes.
Schedule appointments and procedures and verify insurance information.
Respond to patient inquiries by phone and email.
Perform data entry and filing to record patient and insurance data.