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Authorizations Coordinator in Perrysburg, OH at Ohioans Home Healthcare

Date Posted: 2/18/2021

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Job Description

Ohioans is currently looking for a full-time employee to work in our authorizations department!  The Authorizations Coordinator is responsible for coordinating insurance authorization for all new and existing patients with assigned insurances.  

  • Obtains initial authorization for services and seeks re authorization for ongoing and additional services
  • Maintains reports
  • Maintains comprehensive working knowledge of contractual relationships and ensures patients are admitted and services are delivered in accordance with physicians orders
  • Establishes and maintains positive working relationships with current and potential customers 
  • Promptly responds to insurance company's requests and concerns 


Putting the care in your career


Because we are invested in your career satisfaction, we provide:


Stability: This is a full-time, Monday through Friday, 8am – 5pm position, giving you a set schedule that promotes a positive work-life balance.


A Culture of Respect: Employee satisfaction is important for people who provide highly personalized care. Our culture attracts the best; in fact, 90% of our staff were referred from other employees. That speaks volumes about our reputation.

Solid Support: You’ll have all the resources you need to perform at the top of your game. We promote an open-door policy with access to executive management at all times, and a team of coworkers who are always willing to help.


Excellent Training: In order to ensure that you’re up to speed and comfortable in your role, we provide on-site and external training via both our internal trainers and outside certification courses. We’ll also pay for your travel and certification training.

Job Requirements

  • High School diploma or equivalent required
  • (1) Year experience in insurance authorizations, preferably in home care, preferred
  • Complies with acceptable  professional standards and practice
  • Demonstrates excellent observation, verbal, and written communications skills
  • Able to deal tactfully with patients, family members, referral sources, and payers
  • Demonstrates autonomy, organization, assertiveness, flexibility, and cooperation in performing job responsibilities