Internal Nurse Auditor Vacancy In The University Of Chicago Medicine

Hiring Organization / Company: The University Of Chicago Medicine
Basic Salary: To Be Discussed
Employement Type: Full-Time

Job Details:

Job Description:

Join UChicago Medicine as Internal Nurse Auditor in Ambulatory Revenue Capture Department in Hyde Park, IL location.

Internal Nurse Auditor

The Finance Revenue Cycle Department is currently seeking an Internal Nurse Auditor. In this role, the Internal Nurse Auditor reviews patient charge statements and identifies services performed but not properly captured on the patient's bill as well as defends properly documented and delivered services which are being challenged by their party payors or their agents. Contacts departments and outside parties to gather documentation related to patient charges and services.

Essential Job Functions

  • Able to review patient charge statements and identify services performed but not properly captured on the patient's bill; as well as defend properly documented and delivered services which are being challenged by third party payers or their agents.
  • Contact departments and outside parties to gather documentation related to patient charges and services.
  • Complete clinical documentation reviews to justify medical necessity and writing medical necessity appeals.
  • Contacting insurance payers as needed to resolve/clarify denial issues related to level of care and reason for payment denials.
  • Must have the clinical background needed to make a quick decision after reviewing admission / discharge record and the ability to translate this decision into action based upon timely filing deadlines established by various insurance payers.
  • Utilize current coding and reference tools to evaluate the appropriateness of documented CPT/HCPCS codes.
  • Able to utilize basic Microsoft Office applications, and other electronic applications related to job performance.
  • Other duties as assigned which may include but are not limited to verifying insurance eligibility, clarifying reasons for medical necessity denials, communicating with physicians to set up peer to peer reviews, obtaining service authorizations, and communicating effectively with all departmental stake holders, to insure a positive outcome for our patients.


  • 1-2 years of auditing medical records/medical claims experience
  • Excellent communication and writing skills, ability to work effectively on multiple projects simultaneously, problem solving ability, and team player
  • Excellent mathematical skills, proficient in Microsoft Office applications, and applicable computer systems
  • Ability to serve as a resource for staff and/or temporary workers in the department.3-5 years clinical experience

Required Education & Licenses/Certifications

  • RN license State of Illinois
  • B.S.N. degree

Position Details

  • Job Type: Full Time
  • Shift: Days (8a-5:00p)
  • Department: Ambulatory Revenue Capture
  • CBA Code: Non-Union

Why Join Us:
We’ve been at the forefront of medicine since 1899. We provide superior healthcare with compassion, always mindful that each patient is a person, an individual. To accomplish this, we need employees with passion, talent and commitment… with patients and with each other. We’re in this together: working to advance medical innovation, serve the health needs of the community, and move our collective knowledge forward. If you’d like to add enriching human life to your profile, The University of Chicago Medicine is for you. Here at the forefront, we’re doing work that really matters. Join us. Bring your passion.


Bring your career to the next level at a hospital that is thriving; from patient satisfaction to employee engagement, we are at the Forefront of Medicine. Take advantage of all we have to offer and #BringYourPassiontotheForefront.

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The University of Chicago Medical Center is an equal opportunity employer. We evaluate qualified applicants without regard to race, color, ethnicity, ancestry, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, civil union status, parental status, religion, national origin, age, disability, veteran status and other legally protected characteristics.

Job Location Information:
City: Chicago
State: Il
Country: Us
Location: Chicago, Il 60637
Job Listing No# : 64560

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