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QA Analyst - Medical Billing Specialist (Part Time)
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Lincoln child center | Oakland, CA
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Job Description

POSITION SUMMARY: The QA Analyst reports to the Program Director/Manager of the program they support and is responsible for all on-going activities related to the maintenance of and adherence to systems, processes, policies and procedures for all quality assurance activities related to program services and Medi-Cal billing and compliance.


* Monitors case records for compliance with regulatory, statutory, and contracting requirements and standards (Medi-Cal, school district, Mental Health, etc.) including filing paper documentation in charts.
* Participates in the clinical record audit processes, which ensures that documentation, authorizations, and consents are current and accurate.
* Responsible for data entry into the internal data collection systems and county billing systems.
* Responds to all maintenance requests on specific office equipment, which include copy machines, postage meter, and fax machines.
* Provides assistance in ordering office supplies, purchasing and maintaining supply inventory.
* Orient all new staff to the client database and QA procedures and processes.


* Part Time position. Roughly, 24 hours per week, 3 days a week with 8 hour shifts. Preferably, Monday, Tuesday, and Thursdays, but we can be open to alternative days including Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays.


* BA/BS degree or experience in lieu of degree preferred.
* Excellent computer skills (Microsoft Office with focus on EXCEL) and database use/management.
* Experience performing Medi-Cal (or private insurance) billing functions.
* Experience performing quality assurance functions.
* Must meet eligibility requirements to claim Medi-Cal services.

About Lincoln child center

Lincoln Child Center was founded in 1883 as the region's first volunteer-run, non-sectarian, and fully integrated orphanage. As times and community needs evolved, Lincoln's commitment to vulnerable children remained strong. In 1951, Lincoln began serving abused, neglected and emotionally challenged children. Today, as a highly respected provider of children's services, Lincoln has a continuum of programs to serve challenged children and families throughout the Bay Area. Our community-based services include early intervention programs in the Oakland and Pittsburg School Districts aimed at stopping the cycle of violence, abuse and mental health problems for at-risk children and families. In Alameda County, Lincoln provides support to over 400 relative caregivers through the Kinship Support Services Program. For children needing a higher level of intervention and care, Lincoln is only on of two Residential Treatment Programs in the East Bay designed to serve the most severely emotionally disturbed children ages 6-14, nearly 80% of whom are survivors of abuse, neglect and abandonment. The 26 residential clients are joined each day by approximately 75 day treatment students in Lincoln's nonpublic elementary and middle schools (NPS) where they receive a combination of educational and mental health services designed to help them transition into community school and family settings. Many of the children at Lincoln's NPS have endured significant traumas, which may include physical or sexual abuse, pre-natal exposure to drugs and alcohol, domestic violence, or familial instability and stress resulting from extreme poverty. Lincoln educational staff support the emotional and academic goals of their students and assist in their development as whole and healthy children.