Surgical Care Affiliates

Revenue Cycle Lead

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Surgical Care Affiliates is currently seeking a Revenue Cycle Lead for our Dallas location.


We are looking for a motivated Accounts Receivable Lead with an extensive knowledge of claims reimbursement and collection efforts for Managed Care, Medicare, Medicaid, Workers Comp, Commercial plans, etc.  We are looking for a top performer with an extensive knowledge of billing, collections and reimbursement methodologies with the ability to effectively manage a team that delivers results.

Accountabilities / Responsibilities

  • Serve as the first point of contact for teammates for any employment related concerns
  • Partner with other Leads and Client Service Managers to problem solve issues and use reasonable judgment to escalate issues as needed
  • Delegate task assignments to teammates
  • Review and evaluate teammate productivity from reports provided by Resource Representatives
  • Monitor special projects and ensure deadlines are met
  • Attend all meetings and facility check in calls and coordinate department huddles
  • Audit teammates and processes being performed, identify trends and recommend process improvements to leadership
  • Handle high level issues to resolution
  • Respond to all department and Client Service Manager requests within a maximum of 72 hours
  • Monitor teammates on a daily basis
  • Handle disciplinary actions
  • Conduct teammate performance evaluations in partnership with department Manager
  • Conduct interviews of candidates and partner with department Manager on hiring decisions
  • Assist other Leads with supervisory duties in their department when they are away


  • Bachelor’s degree is preferred.
  • Minimum of 1 year management experience/strong leadership skills are required.
  • 5 years or more of healthcare revenue cycle collections experience.
  • A/R experience is a must.
  • Multi state experience would be beneficial.

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